Excursion tour in Singapore City. Top architecture - monuments, castles, temples and palaces

Far Far Away At Universal Studio Singapore 1. Despite the fact that Singapore is quite a calm and safe city, travelers should not forget about basic safety rules. It is not recommended to go to remote districts in the evenings and make walks with valuable items and large sums of money.
2. You will need to follow the order on the streets of the city - do not litter, smoke and eat in non-designated areas. Breaking of this rule can lead you to very costly fines.
3. During your travels around the city feel free to ask the police to help you – there are policemen literally on every street. They will help you navigate the city and tell how to get to main attractions and places of interest.
4. Eating chewing gum in the city is not allowed. Its import is also prohibited by law.
5. The majority of large restaurants include tips in the total bill. As a rule, the tips here estimate around 10 - 15% of the total amount. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
6. The city is convenient to travel by subway. On weekdays the subway is open from half-past five in the morning (on weekends - from six in the morning) and works until midnight.
7. Taxi in Singapore is very cheap. It even will be the savviest and most convenient transport for those tourists, who travel with a company. You can catch a taxi on any street of the city – all you need to do is to raise your hand.
Not every city in the world can offer such a variety of exciting activities for families and travelers with children as Singapore does. Here you will find absolutely anything needed for an … Open
8. Large shopping centers are open from 9 am to 8 pm. Experienced travelers say that in local trading pavilions it’s possible to buy technics and CDs at very competitive prices.
9. The line voltage here is 220 V, so make sure you check all electrical appliances for compatibility before the trip.
10. Singapore is one of several cities where you can drink tap water.
11. There are really many rickshaws in the city, however, this type of transport is more a tourist attraction than an effective mean of transportation. Those, who want to enjoy the local beauty, should definitely use the services of a rickshaw.
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Singapore: travelling advices

7. In Singapore, it is absolutely safe to drink tap water. The government makes quite high demands on sanitation while drinking bottled water in the country is not cheap.
8. The following characteristics are taken into account when choosing a beach: Palawan Beach is more suitable for family holidays, Siloso Beach accommodates all kinds of entertainment for thrill-seekers (surfing, canoeing, night parties), the beach zone of Tanjong is a romance for couples.
9. Do not buy sim cards, home appliances, souvenirs in the airport's shopping centers. In the city, the prices for these goods are lower by nearly half.
10. Prepare as much cash as possible. Given all the technological advancement of the country, not all services can be paid with a card. Thus, the purchase of a subway token often requires a cash payment. … Open

What to visit being in Singapore City - unique sights

Swissotel The Stamford

From the series “The World's Tallest Hotels”
Tourists who choose the Singapore hotel to organize the festive banquet or marriage ceremony will not be disappointed either. One of the open terraces of the hotel is just for such occasions. A pleasant surprise awaits the wellness lovers, as the spa salon of the hotel provides two open landscape pools together with the luxurious relaxation areas with comfortable furniture. … Read further

Esplanade Theatre

From the series “Top 16 Most Amazing Buildings of the Planet”
In the huge building, besides the theater, the excellent concert hall was arranged for 2,000 spectators. There is also the large commercial complex and several popular restaurants in the original building. The building was built in 2002 and today is one of the most striking architectural sights in Singapore. The unique cultural center is absolutely worth seeing for all tourists. This is where the various cultural events take place every day. In good weather the theatrical performances are performed in the open air. … Read further

Fountain of Wealth

From the series “The Most Spectacular Fountains in the World”
The trading center itself was built according to the Feng Shui rules, which caused the unusual form of the fountain. According to the canons of Feng Shui, the inward water movement symbolizes the enrichment process. The Chinese consider water to be one of the main symbols of prosperity and prosperity. Every evening the grandiose light-and-music shows take place in the commercial center. During an hour you can hear the beautiful music and the rays of the fountain are lit with the laser beams. After the opening, the fountain of wealth was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest fountain in the world. … Read further

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