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Travel Tips

Singapore offers its visitors and tourists much more than they imagine. Shopping sprees, exciting exciting nightlife, exotic food, adventurous wildlife tour and friendly people. As a traveler to a completely unknown international location, it becomes important for you to keep in mind a bunch of valuable tips to make your trip more comfortable and memorable. We, at Focus Singapore, want you to get the best out of your Singapore vacation. Consider the following tips for your travel to Singapore. With these tips in mind and your already stirred up excitement, Singapore travel will be no less than your dream vacation. We wish each of the moments you spend in Singapore be the best in your life.

If you are eating with Chinese in Singapore then never point chop sticks towards your host and also do not keep these straight in the bowl. This s considered as being rude.
posted on :2014-03-04

Tourists' need an International Driver's License to drive in Singapore. You can get it from your home country or from the Automobile Association of Singapore. Permanent residents need Singapore Driving License that is for lifetime.
posted on :2014-03-03

Generally, Singapore business hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays to Fridays and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Shopping hours are usually from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily. Plan your trip accordingly before leaving.
posted on :2014-02-28

Investing in expensive guidebooks for touring Singapore would be an imprudent step, as these guidebooks are really not worth your money. It is relatively easy to tour Singapore because Singaporeans are good at speaking & understanding English.
posted on :2014-02-27

Travel on public transport is just $8S per day for tourists with a Singapore Tourist Pass. This will get you unlimited rides on a number of buses and trains.
posted on :2014-02-26

Pack the clothes tightly. Packing loosely wastes precious space and causes clothes to wrinkle. Also one can eliminate wasted space, such as the insides of shoes and keep there socks etc .
posted on :2014-02-25

Southern part of the island has excellent and very serene beaches such as Tanjong Beach. This beach is very secluded and preferred by tourists for tranquility. Keep traveling and enjoying..
posted on :2014-02-24

Do not keep all your valuables like bank cards, cash, traveling cards, travel insurance papers etc at one place. Try keeping these in different pockets and bags while travelling.
posted on :2014-02-21

Singapore uses 230 Volts, 50 Hertz, and a British-style plug with three flat pins or prongs. If you are carrying appliances other than these voltages then you need a voltage transformers.
posted on :2014-02-20

Prefer a hotel that is near to the metro. Staying near metro stop helps get around the island very easily. You can also prefer a hotel near Sentosa Island.
posted on :2014-02-18

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