Given a chance, I will make my second home in Singapore, a cosmopolitan city where many people come from different parts of the world in quest of jobs and settlements.
My visit to Singapore was short yet memorable. I covered some parts of the city by walking as I prefer, it’s the best medium to explore a new place. My stay at Swiss Hotel made the trip sweet. 🙂 A classy hotel in terms of style and hospitality.
This city is full of stunning skyliners yet it has plenty to offer for everyone from casino lovers to zoo lovers. The following places must be included in the itinerary.
2) Double Helix Bridge
4) Botanic Gardens
5) Little India
6) The Singapore Flyer
7) Arab Street
Luckily, I managed to visit all these places and Arab Street turned out to be the best one for me as one can find cool bars here. 🙂
There is no dearth of restaurants in the city but most of them are expensive. So be careful where you eat and what you eat. If you are an Indian, then you will surely like Little India.
I had a nice time at Paulaner Brauhaus (recommended by a chauffeur) and for the first time I tasted Paulaner beer, but I can’t say whether I liked it or not as I was completely lost. 🙂 I also spent a nice evening at an open Japanese restaurant, surrounded by beautiful candles.
Don’t forget to enjoy Singapore’s nightlife though it could be racy.
People are very friendly. Whenever I asked something, they guided me thoroughly. One thing which I did not like was the climate – too much humidity – might also spoil your mood!
It was indeed a memorable visit for me as I learnt many things from the city and its people.
Well civilized and well cultured people make a great nation !!!!!
P.S. – Chewing gum is banned in Singapore. So be careful 😛
5 thoughts on “Scintillating Singapore”
You are so lucky you got to go to Singapore. I hope to one day travel and see all the beauties the world has to offer. Best of luck and enjoy your stay 🙂
Whaat!? No chewing gum? Pff, weird 😀
Yes….a fact 😛
Those buildings look amazing. Are there trees on the very top of the skyscraper?
I don’t think so 🙂