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Saturday 24th June 2017,



Merlion, a mythical creature exemplifies Singapore’s diversity of nationalities originating from Chinese, Malay, Indian and Western cultures. A country ruled by system and order, strict laws and policies, Singapore is often pictured as less welcoming until it opened its doors to Universal Studios at Resorts World Sentosa – Asia’s first movie theme park and millions of visitors from the region set foot in Singapore to enjoy the Asian version of the famous Hollywood studios. Little India, Chinatown, Orchard Road – these places represent the cross section of Singapore’s society. Enjoy the luxurious offering of Marina Bay Sands, a world-class luxury casino and hotel capped by Sands SkyPark.

The weary bones are easily replenished by the mouthwatering food from a hawker center or from the plush restaurants and top-notch hotels. The Orchard Road stretch is a fashion emporium for shoppers as signature brands and bargain shops alternately offer the best of Singapore-style shopping. Visitors are thrilled by the dancing and drinking at the popular bars and clubs, sipping cocktails in the background of the colonial elegance of the Raffles Hotel veranda. An excellent public transportation system of bus, taxi and MRT provides utmost convenience to guests as they explore the endless possibilities that are uniquely Singapore.


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  • 5Footway Inn Project Chinatown 1 -   Chinatown is one of the few heritage community left in Singapore as it proudly keeping its cultural lineage intact amidst the bustling ambiance of the highly urbanized Singapore.  Full Article »
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  • Taboo Singapore -   This remains the most trusted venue for romping and late-night dancing – where one can simply be Madonna on that podium. This two-storey dance club features a lounge bar in  Full Article »
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