Greenland of Singapore
Singapore Travel Blog› entry 75 of 79 › view all entries
March 11th, 2010 – by: orcio81
What did I see in Singapore? Well, number one was the Singapore Zoo, famous mainly because it's a zoo with hidden barriers (i.e. moats) so you basically don't see any cages filled with animals but rather open exhibits. During the days, I walked around the city center around Bugis, Raffle's place, Clarke's Quay, SMU (nice modern buildings of Singapore Management University), Esplanade, went to Little India, Arab district, Chinatown or Sentosa Island where a new complex called Resorts World has partially opened (i.
Before I came to Singapore I thought Hongkong and Singapore would be similar....BUT they are so different, one must see them both...And, believe or not, during my whole stay in Singapore I was experiencing genuine Irish weather.....except for the temperature, 35'C in Singapore compares to average 15'C in Ireland.
There's one funny fact for Czech speaking people: the public transport in Singapore is called SMRT which translates as "Death" in Czech.....so you get those funny messages like "Death is wishing you a good journey" or "Death approaching platform no. 1" :-))))
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