Singapore

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Capri by Fraser, Changi City, Singapore Turns One

by Rosemarie John September 3, 2013

In celebration of its first anniversary, Capri by Fraser, Changi City/Singapore is offering complimentary stays and free birthday meals, in appreciation for the support it has received since its launch. Ideal for those seeking a weekend break, the Booking Maniac promotion entitles guests two nights’ stay at the price of one, for the first 100 bookings made within the first […]

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S.E.A Aquarium – The World’s Largest Oceanarium

by Rosemarie John March 12, 2013

Laying claim as the world’s largest oceanarium, the S.E.A Aquarium at Marine Life Park, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore is home to approximately 800 species of marine animals. Containing a total of 45,000,000 litres of water for 100,000 marine animals, the Aquarium is sure to impress. The Open Ocean habitat, which is the centerpiece of the Aquarium, includes the world’s largest […]

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An Italian Experience with Raffles Courtyard Singapore

by Rosemarie John February 1, 2013

Now, if you’ve been to the Raffles Long Bar, you will know all too well about the hotel’s unique flair. The Raffles Courtyard at the Raffles Hotel is no exception. Built in the tropical setting of an open courtyard, the Raffles Courtyard is a timeless structure with white arches flanked by tropical palms and native plants that keep the feeling […]

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Capri – The First Hotel Residence in Singapore

by Rosemarie John November 12, 2012

Finding a hotel in Singapore is not necessarily all about its central location when the island is so well connected via its Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system. If you’re looking for that home away from home experience, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and with close proximity to the airport, look no further than Capri by Fraser. […]

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Singapore’s Traditional Watering Hole

by Rosemarie John October 22, 2012

Known today as the Long Bar at Raffles, this heritage watering hole is steeped in history and quirky traditions. A place when many a traveller visits to make their Singapore journey complete. Entering what was formerly known as the “Rendezvous of Planters”, the Long Bar encapsulates each visitor in a world of rustic décor, old ceramic tiles and the crackling […]

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Defence Science Revealed in Singapore

by Rosemarie John October 19, 2012

In Singapore with the family? A military defence enthusiast? Either way, its a great reason to head on down to the Science Centre Singapore that plays host to Singapore’s largest defence science exhibition. Taking place from 20th October to 17th February 2013, the “Defence Science Revealed” Exhibition uncovers the amazing science behind many military marvels and provides a glimpse of […]

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Things to do on Transit at Changi Airport

by Rosemarie John October 10, 2012

For myriad of  travellers today, their first impressions on a country starts at the airport they land at. People develop strong opinions about whether they like a city or not based on how they were treated when they first arrived either in transit or as a first time visitor. First impressions leave lasting imprints on the human psyche and no […]

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Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2012

by Rosemarie John September 17, 2012

Every year, Singapore comes alive with colourful lanterns and decorations for the Mid-Autumn Festival. A festival derived through the custom of moon worshipping during the Shang Dynasty, it is now known best as a celebration of family unity at a time of year when the moon is at its fullest and brightest. With 16,800 lanterns lighting up four main streets […]

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Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

by Rosemarie John July 1, 2012

With a unique collection of plants and trees from every continent except  Antarctica, Gardens by the Bay in Bay South, Singapore  takes its visitors into the realm of nature and all its bounty. Boasting two large conservatories, several outdoor gardens, a lake, a skyway and great views of the entire bay area, exploring nature within a city has just gotten […]

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Changi Airport’s Free Singapore Tour

by Rosemarie John June 23, 2012

On transit in Changi? Here’s what you can do… Launched in partnership with Singapore Airlines, the refreshed complimentary Singapore tour provides passengers transiting at Changi Airport an opportunity to enjoy some of Singapore’s iconic sights. Introduced in 1987, the Free Singapore Tour is part of the airport’s efforts to better serve passengers who are at Changi for long layover periods. […]

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