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Ways to stay sane under Singapore's hot climate

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 6, 2016 3:59:17 AM / by Sri Djohan posted in singapore, singapore tour company

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Top 10 local food you need to try in Singapore

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 5, 2016 4:16:44 AM / by Sri Djohan posted in food, singapore, local food in singapore, top 10 hawker food singapore, must try dishes in singapore, famous local food singapore

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INTRODUCTION:

Singaporeans obssess about food. That even sounds like an understatement. Food hunting is almost like a sport in the island nation. The immigrant culture that was the foundation of Singapore's population today had informed the region's food scene and evolved into what we see and smell and eat today. If you tell people you are going to Singapore, you might receive responses such as "Oh, you must absolutely try the local food!" Yes, it's that good.

Here are top 10 local food eateries we'd like to suggest you to try while you are in Singapore:

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Where are the best night views in Singapore?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 3, 2016 7:21:16 PM / by Sri Djohan posted in singapore, singapore night view, night view

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Singapore Night Views from the Top, Middle, or Ground floors

Anyone who's heard of Singapore would probably have seen the unmistakable picture of futuristic-looking three buildings joined together at the top by a bridge  that almost looks like a boat that is the Marina Bay Sands. MBS has changed the image of a landmark someone has when she thinks about Singapore. It's also part of a night scene that is unmissable when people come to Singapore.

Here are the list of night views that are not to be missed:

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3 Best Historical Walks in Singapore

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 22, 2016 3:24:23 AM / by Sri Djohan posted in chinatown, kampong glam, singapore, katong, arab street, haji lane, joo chiat

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Granted, Singapore is not an old city but the city-state's modern history dates back to 1819 when Sir Stamford Raffles arrived in Singapore as Lieutenant Governor of the British colony. It's very easy to miss these places when you are cruising through the street among tall skyscrapers in downtown Raffles Place or Robinson Road. Singapore however, did have many beautiful architecture that reflects the local blend of Malay and Chinese influences of its residents.

Here are three best historical walks in Singapore you should check out:

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