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.
From the Singapore Travel Guide
09 August 2013
National Day is on 9 August and is a public holiday. Singaporeans celebrate the country's independence (9 August 1965) with a big parade, fireworks, and other festivities.
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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
"You'll soon realise that this place is pretty Idiot proof"
entered Singapore. Words from my friend, Dhwani Desai, who has lived in Singapore most of her life ...
Posted in An Indiot Abroad by AnIndiotAbroad
Singapore - India calling
Gerard: Two things to do today, organise visa’s for Vietnam and fly to India, so of course its pissing down with rain when we have to go wandering about the streets of Singapore looking for the Vietnamese consulate office. We were forced to go hunting for an umbrella which of course once purchased ...
Posted in Asia/Americas - Unexpected & Unplanned by wheretonow
Day 1 September 17 2011
Today is actually my second day in Singapore but because I arrived late last night There wasn't anything to type. One thing I can say is, having traveled to Singapore before, the country just keeps getting better. Knowing how safe it is, and how clean it is, I also know it takes a few visits to adjust ...
Posted in Adrian De Luca Asia Tour September 2011 by Adrian De Luca