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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.

There's all sorts of good [bleep] you can have for breakfast. Remember, this is a culture where there's no shame in a big bowl of steamy noodles or laksa first thing in the a.m.
posted on :2012-11-19

There are plenty of low-cost eateries around Singapore with street stalls being a great choice for the budget traveler, these typically sell food for less than $5S. Expect to pay around $10S for dinner in a casual restaurant.
posted on :2012-11-02

Lodgings aren't cheap in Singapore. A night in a backpackers' dorm will cost from $20S with a budget hotel coming in at $40 SGD
posted on :2012-11-01

With well-qualified doctors and dentists, Singapore's medical facilities are among the finest in the world. Registered pharmacists work from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with some open until 10 p.m. Most hotels have their own doctor on 24-hour call.
posted on :2012-10-31

The currency is the Singapore dollar (S$). Singapore uses 1c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, and S$1 coins. Notes are in denominations of S$2, S$5, S$10, S$50, S$100, S$500, and S$1,000. The islands also has a S$10,000 note.
posted on :2012-10-21

In Singapore younger generations have adopted the western handshake, the older generations are stick to the traditional greetings. The ethnic Chinese will shake hands, ethnic Indians shake hands with members of the same sex.
posted on :2012-10-19

To help Singapore stay clean there are laws relating to jaywalking, littering, chewing gum, smoking in illegal areas or dropping cigarette butts that are all strictly enforced. You will be fined if caught.
posted on :2012-10-17

Do stay on the left side of the escalator. The right lane is for all those people in a rush. Do drive on the left hand side too.
posted on :2012-10-16

Do be conservative in your behavior. Dress conservatively for business functions and dress casual in other situations.
posted on :2012-10-15

Do remove your shoes while entering a private home, a temple or a mosque.
posted on :2012-10-11

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