Bite-sized Singapore rakes in over US$40 billion in trade surplus in 2011, an amazing amount for a country without any natural resources and a profound testament to the city-state's amazing ability to grow and develop at an unprecedented rate.
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The staffs are friendly and helpful, they will help you find the easiest way when asking for a direction. Unlimited coffee of different variety is the best! A simple breakfast of butter and toast, cereals, milk, coffee and fruits is already included. The room is clean though not enough space to move but it's okay since we're just here to sleep. ... more
Hi, we are going to be in Singapore for 10 days late june, early july, just wondered about tips on things to do and a nice hotel which is reasonably priced as we are on a budget and have no idea about the area also whats it like for vegetarian food ? any help would be much appreciated ...
hi can anyone tell me of a good hotel to stay in singapore as i am going in feb i would like somthing good as it is my wifes 50th hope any one can help. ...
I'm traveling to Singapore with my family in the first week of December for 5 days. While I've done a bunch of research already on things to do, I keep hearing others who've been there for vacation ...
Hi!! We are in a very wet city, warm, but very wet! It has rained with thunder and lightning everyday so far, well I guess they don't call this a rainforest for nothing!! Singapore is an amazing city ...
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Singapore is another ultramodern city with skyscrapers just like Kuala Lumpur only cleaner and more expensive. Smoking, spitting, dropping chewing gum and doing just about anything you shouldnt ...
Posted in Life Is Short And The World Is Wide by JimmyHill