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Singapore the worlds safest city

We take a short flight to Singapore and the whole disembark customs and collect baggage runs like clock work.

This where it all goes a bit off. I used a travel agent to organise the accommodation in Singapore thats really all they had to do.Prior to leaving I spotted that the itinerary  had us booked in 1 month before we were due to land in Singapore. Contacted  the agent and they assured me it was a typo, WRONG.

The first afternoon lost finding accommodation.

Singapore is considered the safest city in the world I have been here before and love it. It is expensive but if you are willing to eat at the local food places you can get a good meal and a beer for about 3 Dollars.

End up with a room at the Stamford with great views of the marina area.

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There is much to see in Singapore and if you fly Singapore airlines  you can get a discount on the SAI hop on hop off bus which gives you different tours of the city.

We also booked a night tour which included dinner a tour of the city stop and shop at Bugis street market and finish at Raffles for a Gin Sling in the long bar.

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There is lots to see here not enough time I will be back.

Put these on your short list

Sentosa Island

Botanical gardens

Hop on Hop Off bus

Bugis street market

Indian quarter

Chinese quarter

Raffles Hotel

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The list goes on our stay is only short but we will have to come back and spend more time.

Is it the safest city, I never felt that I needed to check where my wallet was located.

 

 

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This entry was posted on November 24, 2016 by in Travel and tagged , , .
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