Singapore Travel Guide

Singapore is the most developed and advanced country in Asia. It is also one of the most powerful country in the world. Singapore at first glance may describe as a luxury place to live! It has so much to offer in terms of attractions. It’s incessantly progressing and growing with people who are passionate and dedicated in creating new possibilities. As you may know, it is the world’s most expensive cities to live in, it’s the MOST expensive, topping the Economist Intelligence Unit’s report for the fifth year in a row.

I might say that accommodations, transportation and foods are indeed pricier than other Southeast Asian destinations. Their public transportation is so efficient that you can easily get around by train or bus. No doubt, if you try their train, it’s remarkably awesome, it’s right under the ground and if you’ll use escalator it’s more like 3 – 4 times deeper. Public bus? Ah! It’s really different in the bus of my country! How I wish it’s the same in SG. There’s specific pick up and drop off point and specific time as well! How nice, right? It is not like you’ll get along with so many other passengers inside the bus. NO! There’s also a stop button wherein driver will know if there’s passenger who would like to drop off. Cool! Also, you can enjoy a delicious meal for as little as SGD3-5 from one of many hawker centers throughout the city. You must try it!

In other words, don’t let its high standard of living keep you from going here because mind you, Singapore has so much to offer with its various cuisine, world-class and unique attractions, numerous shopping, and lively nightlife. No matter how big or small your budget is, visit Singapore and you’ll soon see and know why it is one of the top tourist destinations in Asia.

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Getting around Bohol

BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE TOUR

We highly recommend this tour for those who are first time in Bohol. You will see some famous spots which are unique to the place like:

  • Chocolate Hills, which are named so because the mounds of hills look like Chocolate in the summer season;
  • Tarsier, which is considered as among the world’s smallest primates
  • Centuries-old churches (Baclayon Church)
  • Butterfly Sactuary
  • Bilar Manmade Forest
  • Blood compact
  • Loboc River
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