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Free attractions in Singapore

There are plenty of places you can visit for free in Singapore. Some of them are so called highlights of this city. Below you can find some of those places listed with short description.

Visit the Singapore Art Museum when it’s free Located on Singapore’s Bras Basah Road, and home to the world’s largest public collection of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian art, the Singapore Art Museum is free on Friday evenings between 6pm and 9pm. So if you’re planning a trip go then and save yourself the S$10 admission fee. Read the rest of this entry »

Year of the Rabbit – Chinese New Year 2011

Today is Chinese New Year, we begin the Year of the Rabbit. Bye, Tiger! Each of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac correspond to a year. The Year 2011 is the 4708th Chinese year. The Chinese believe that the first king of China was the Yellow King (he was not the first emperor of China). The Yellow King became king in 2697 B.C., therefore China will enter the 4708th year on February 3rd, 2011. Also, the Chinese Year uses the cycle of 60 Stem-Branch counting systems and the Metal White Rabbit is the 28th Stem-Branch in the cycle. Since (60 *78) + 28 = 4708, therefore 2011 is the Metal Rabbit year, which is the 4708th Chinese Year. Read the rest of this entry »

Sport activities and other things to do in Singapore

There is a lot of activities you can do in Singapore from sports, to simply going for a walk, or learning how to swim. Singaporeans embrace a healthy lifestyle, and the country have a long breath of activities for everyone. ,On weekends and holidays, you will see throngs of Singaporeans heading towards the beaches or parks to work off the stress and tensions of the work week. Please check out following list of sports activities and other interesting things to do in Singapore. Read the rest of this entry »

Events in Singapore

The rich mixture of cultures in Singapore means that there’s always a cultural event to celebrate, all through the year. These festivals are usually colorful events centered around religion, age-old myths and traditions or the family.

During these times it’s the ethnic quarters and temples of Geylang, Little India and Chinatown that come alive, but often a happy carnival atmosphere invades the suburbs, town centres, and even shopping malls, too.

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Top 5 attractions to visit in Singapore

Singapore is a popular travel destination, contributing to the importance of its tourism industry. To attract more tourists, the government has decided to legalize gambling and to allow two casino resorts (euphemistically called Integrated Resorts) to be developed at Marina South and Sentosa in 2005. To compete with regional rivals like Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Shanghai, the government has announced that the city area would be transformed into a more exciting place by lighting up the civic and commercial buildings what makes this place even more interesting to visit. Read the rest of this entry »

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