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SINGAPORE HOTEL AND TRAVEL - SINGAPORE

Singapore Hotel and TravelSingapore Travel Guide - Singapore is an island nation country. A young and multi-racial nation, which is only 39 years old of age. Though a small and young, it has come a long way since it gained independent as a nation. 90% of its people are off spring of immigrants from China, India and Malaysia. And it is amazing how its people can live in racial harmony. This is in fact one of the charms of Singapore.

Visiting Singapore is like visiting a mini Asia. There is Chinatown, where you get to know the tales of dragon descendents. Pass by Serangoon where Little India is and the smell of spices will program your brain to think that you are in Calcutta. Step into ancient Singapore when it was known as Temasek when you enter the Malay Village at Geylang Serai. Find some rights cleared videos to purchased here.

Singapore HotelsGet a taste of Tom Yam at the unofficial Little Thailand at Golden Mile Complex, where the Thai workers congregate daily. And on Sunday, shop at Far East Plaza at Orchard Road and you will be like in Philippines. This precinct also holds an unofficial title of Little Philippines. It is definitely value for money to visit Singapore and experience different culture and heritage all in one place. This is the beautiful of it and it is charm of Singapore. There are lots of cheap hotels in Singapore too.

It a country that is blessed summer all year round. Full blast of sunshine all year round. It is difficult not to get a tan by the time you leave unless you stay indoor all the times. This will be a waste of time. Blessed with tropical climate, it is the ideal place for sports that associate itself with the sun, sand and sea. This is evidence by the two beaches it has ─ East Coast Park and West Coast Park. East Coast Park can be compare to Gold Coast in Australia, though not in term of size. Singapore it is also a place for adventure sports. This can be testified by Extreme sportsman Ian Adamson, world record holder for endurance kayaking (349.2km).

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