Singapore Travel Tips

 

 

25 tips to make your holiday in Singapore more enjoyable!

 

 

Surprisingly enough, there are still some real rainforests and wetlands in Singapore, and visiting them is highly recommended

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Tip #11: Explore Singapore's wetlands and rain forests.

 

I know, I know... It sounds like sheer nonsense but Singapore does have some amazing rainforest and wetland reserves that are well worth visiting...

 

 

 Singapore is home to the world's first and possibly best toys museum

Tip #12: Take the whole family to the MINT Museum of toys

 

The world's first toys museum is certainly one of the city's must sees, and adults are likely to enjoy it just as much as kids... (Website)

 

 

 

Reduce your accommodation costs in Singapore by comparing hotel deals in advance 

Tip #13: Compare hotel prices to find the best deals!

 

Singapore is not a particularly cheap city, and hotel accommodation can be quite expensive. But if you compare hotel prices in advance, using an online hotel-comparison-tool, you can find amazing deals that will save you some serious bucks... (Link).

 

 

Did you know? Finding reasonably priced accommodation in Singapore is not as difficult as you might think! Click HERE to compare the world's leading hotel-websites and find the best rates for your accommodation in Singapore!

 

 Pulau Ubin Island, in Singapore, is well worth visiting, and although it is just a short boat ride from the city, it looks like it belongs to another world

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Tip #14: Visit Pulau Ubin Island!

 

Pulau Ubin is the Singapore's only "real tropical island" and a great place to spend a day…

 

Occupying an area of slightly more than 10 km², it boasts some fabulous beaches, beautiful nature reserves (Especially Check Jawa, on which you can read in the next page), and peaceful village lifestyle that bears no resemblance to the vibrant pace of life in downtown Singapore.

 

For more info, check out this free PDF brochure, which also contains info about walking trails on the island.

 

 

 

 The Island of Sentosa - Singapore's playground, is a great place to party and have fun, day and night

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Tip #15: Have fun and party in Sentosa!

 

Sentosa Island is jammed packed with fun and entertainment options... From amazing family rides to world-class attractions, and from coconut-fringed beaches to great beach parties...

 

 

 

 Resorts World Sentosa offers some free world-class shows that are well worth seeing

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Tip #16: Enjoy the free shows at Resorts World Sentosa!

 

Resorts World Sentosa offers two world class entertainment spectacles free-of-charge, so why not enjoy it?

 

 

 

 The ethnic enclaves of Chinatown and Little India, in Singapore, are really charming

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Tip #17: Explore the ethnic enclaves of Chinatown and Little India!

 

The ethnic enclaves of Singapore are a "must-visit"! Other than exotic temples and beautifully restored shophouses, you can explore here plenty of authentic restaurans, eateries, and shops that are well worth looking at...

 

 

 Singapore travel advise: A day trip across the water to Legoland Malaysia and the town of Johor Bahru

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Tip #18: Take a day trip across the straights to visit Johor Bahru and Legoland Malaysia!

 

If you have enough time, make sure to spare one whole day to the town of Johor Bahru, on the Malaysian side of the straights, where you can visit a few imposing mosques and palaces, as well as the world-famous Legoland Malaysia (Click here to read more).

 

Wait! You can save some precious time and money with the LEGOLAND® Malaysia Day Pass Package! Click here to read all about it and book.

 
 

 

Did you know? Finding reasonably priced accommodation in Singapore is not as difficult as you might think! Click HERE to compare the world's leading hotel-websites and find the best rates for your accommodation in Singapore!

 

3-day museums pass: Singapore is home to some really great museums that can be explored with this special pass

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Tip #19: Buy the 3-day museums pass.

 

Although Singapore's museums are not as ostentatious as the ones of Paris, London and New York, they are well worth visit, and this pass can turn the visit into a somewhat cheaper experience... (Click here for the details).

 

 

Suntec City, as well as many other shopping malls in Singapore, have paygrounds and kids activities that keep the young ones busy while you enjoy shopping 

Tip #20: Keep the kids busy (and happy) while you shop.

 

Keep the kids busy (and happy) while you shop: Some of Singapore's glitziest shopping malls boast nice playgrounds and fun activities for children… (Click here to read all about it).

 

 

 

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