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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.

Do shake hands for a warm greeting, but be aware that Malays will not always shake hands. Muslims will not shake hands with the opposite sex. Do give a slight bow for older Chinese people.
posted on :2012-10-10
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Do address someone using the title of Mr., Mrs. or Miss with the surname. Do not use first names unless you are invited to.
posted on :2012-10-09
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Do not, for an Indian descent, give alcohol or something made of leather. Use your right hand to give or receive presents and not your left. If it's large, you may use both hands.
posted on :2012-10-05
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Do not, for a Malay descent, give alcohol, or anything made of pigskin, as Malays are Muslim. Give the gift upon departing, not arriving, and use your right hand or both hands to give or receive presents. Never use only left hand.
posted on :2012-10-03
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Do not, for a Chinese descent, give clocks, handkerchiefs or flowers to as they are associated with death and funerals. Do not accept a gift immediately; refuse a gift two to three times before accepting to show that you’re not greedy.
posted on :2012-09-28
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Do not get involved in any drugs. Singapore carries a mandatory death penalty for drug-trafficking and harsh penalties for possession and use within the country.
posted on :2012-09-20
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A 3% Goods & Services Tax is levied on most goods & services. If you spend more than S$300 apply for refund of the GST paid. Receipts of S$100 or more can be pooled from shops displaying the Tax Free Shopping Sticker. Get a Claims Form at these shops
posted on :2012-09-12
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In Singapore there are strict laws against jaywalking, littering, spitting and smoking. These are usually well signed but in general do not smoke on public transport, in government offices, cinemas, air-conditioned restaurants and in shopping centers
posted on :2012-09-07
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Take a short trip to MacRitchie Reservoir from Singapore city. This is a place to capture rain water. Have a view from the 250-meter suspension bridge across the rainforest canopy. Keep water with you.
posted on :2012-08-29
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The wet and wild foam parties at the beach resorts in Sentosa Island are very popular where a foam pool waits for you if you have enjoyed the dancing and party. Even the night clubs arrange such parties in Singapore.
posted on :2012-08-17
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