Singapore – South-East Asia’s powerhouse and a bustling modern metropolis, Singapore lets you enjoy the essence of life, without burning a hole in your pocket.Click here to Read More
Singapore is where you find all kinds of enthusiastic travellers – trekkers, action seekers, collectors, explorers, socialisers and even foodies. It is a city that lets you rekindle your passion for life.
Action amidst fun
Singapore is a hotspot of fun and activities. Here are a few starters for you.
Reverse bungee jumping
If you love bungee jumping, you would definitely enjoy reverse bungee jumping at Clarke Quay. How about catapulting 60 meters into the air at the speed of 200 kmph? You can really have the thrills enjoying that, don’t you think?
WaveHouse Sentosa is a famous place for indoor surfing where you can enjoy going up and down the surface with the water flowing at a speed of 20mph. 30,000 gallons of water flow in to make the ride joyful.
Singapore’s Wake Park is famous for knee-boarding, wake skating and wake boarding activities. Cable skiing is a form of waterskiing, so you can have wholesome fun.
Driving on F1 Track
If zipping along on Ferrari or Lamborghini is your idea of vacation, then you can definitely test your mettle on the official F1 Track. You can choose your idea of fun side, and take home.
Being a melting pot of cultures, you can enjoy cuisines from several cultures – mainly, Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian.
This wanton noodle dish was influenced by Hong Kong cuisine, and made appetizing by sweet sauce, wanton dumplings filled with pork and slices of pork char siew.
Singapore Fried Carrot Cake
The Singapore Fried Carrot Cake is nothing like the Western cake. It is a Teochew dish made with beats eggs, preserved radish (chai poh) and white radish flour cake. The taste of the cake is absolutely heavenly, and you can add molasses to it to increase the flavour.
Interestingly, Dim Sum is not a single dish. In fact, it is a series of small snacks, meant to be consumed among a small group. This is a typical Chinese custom, and consists of BBQ Pork Buns, Siew Mai, Chee Cheong Fun and Xiao Long Bao.
Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Eggs
Kaya Toast with Soft-Boiled Eggs is a typical Singapore breakfast where traditional bread is toasted and lathered with coconut or egg kaya. A thick slice of SCS butter is slapped within the two slices of the freshly grilled bread. Once the butter is melted, you can savour this yummy dish.
Good places to shop
Singapore will bowl you over with the city’s shopping options. Here are a few:
Go on a shopping spree at Orchard Road, in the heart of Singapore. There are plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants if you want to treat yourself after some backbreaking budget shopping endeavour.
Mustafa Centre is a 24 hour department store that is also known as one-shop store for everything. You get absolutely everything for sale here.
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