Cars in Singapore are very expensive. For $100,000, you can barely get an average run of the mill Toyota, nowhere near a German luxury sedan! What makes cars so expensive in Singapore?
Housing Development Board (HDB) flats are subsidised public housing. More than 80% of Singaporeans live in HDBs, which are much more affordable than condos.
Rolls Royce with chauffeur not waiting for you at Changi Airport? We detail the transport options you have to get to Singapore city centre!
It takes a lot to budge a Singapore taxi driver. They’re quite even tempered. Of course, they’re taxi drivers, so they drive like taxi drivers. Speed up, then slam the brakes a few seconds later. Makes my girlfriend sick each time!
You may be spending only a few days in Singapore. But at some stage during your stay, you’ll probably need a supermarket, and convenience , though very convenient, have less than the bare essentials. NTUC Fairprice, a Trades Union coop, is the fairest supermarket in Singapore and a household name.
As one of the smallest and most densely populated nations in the world, Singapore is running out of space. Singapore's solution to its stifling population density has been to grow bigger by dumping sand and rocks into the surrounding seas.
Singaporeans are usually articulate in the English Language. Visitors can get by without uttering a single local phrase. However, to express wit and sarcasm, a number of idioms should be inserted at judicious points of the conversation.