MenuPost an ad
Price Rs 1
Type of ad Individual Offer

The city-state lies on the main island and encompasses additional fifty smaller neighbouring islands. The city of Singapore differs from its neighbouring Asian metropolises mostly in cleanliness and tidiness. The airport in Singapore is an international hub, which means flight connections to this part of the world are excellent. More than fifty large ships arrive in the country’s port each day. Tourism is booming and communicating doesn’t pose any difficulties because English is an official language. English traditions, however, are noticeable elsewhere, for example, lining up in queues. Singapore is one of the wealthiest countries in the world and it also intends to remain as such, including through its strict laws. One of these laws imposed a ban on chewing gum sales. Travellers are particularly advised against littering while exploring the country because it can result in fines and street cleaning punishment.

Singapore is the country’s capital and its only city. It’s a large business and shopping centre. But don’t get too excited, there’s not much sympathy for consumers who are cautious with their money. But you can have a go at haggling even in the most modern of shopping centres. There are massive sales in June and July. Public transport is perfectly organised, though you should still think twice before taking out that sandwich on a metro. Before entering the city centre, you can get into one of the numerous cars that are waiting for travellers, as they can’t drive off without them, but you should still tour the city on foot and experience the world of views, sounds and smells.

Beware of scammers by reading our top tips on
how to avoid a scam

Contact the advertiser

Don't forget to mention Vivastreet when you get in touch!

Anything wrong with this ad?

Let us know what the problem is, we will review it accordingly.

Send a message

Didn't find what you were looking for?

< Back to results
Tell us what you think