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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.

Save money on food by eating in Little India, Chinatown, or the hawker stalls throughout the town. Meals in these places cost only a few dollars.
posted on :2014-01-07
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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 :2013-12-30
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Peranakan Museum located at 39 Armenian St, Singapore shows the culture of Peranakan communities. It displays the Peranakan objects and offers a great educational experience. Opening hours: Mon: 1pm to 7pm Tue to Sun: 9am-7pm (to 9 pm on Fridays.)
posted on :2013-12-27
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If you are visiting Chinatown in Singapore, do drop by the Thian Hock Keng Temple. This is Singapore's oldest Chinese temple. It has intricate carvings and drawings in its compound.
posted on :2013-12-23
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Istana is the official residence of the Singaporean ruler. Its grounds are open to the public five times a year. Istana schedule for 2012 is Chinese New Year, Labour Day, National Day, Hari Raya Puasa and Deepavali
posted on :2013-12-21
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Most large shops or department stores exchange goods or even refund the price of goods, if returned undamaged within a specified number of days from the purchase date with the receipt or cash slips. Some small shops can be accommodating too.
posted on :2013-12-20
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Do not bring in food into MRT (Mass Rapid Transport). Offenders will be fined up to S$200.
posted on :2013-12-19
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On the whole, activities in Singapore are not too expensive and indeed many are free, for example the Singapore Botanical Gardens and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Entrance to Singapore Zoo is $15S and Underwater World is $19.50S - See more at: http://
posted on :2013-12-18
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Do not give white flowers as a gift to anyone in Singapore as the white color flower symbolizes the mourning and people take these to funerals.
posted on :2013-12-17
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Do not show the bottoms of your feet or use your feet to point. Feet are considered dirty. - See more at: http://www.focussingapore.com/admin/add-travel-tips.php
posted on :2013-12-16
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