Eat breakfast with an orangutan. Feed a kangaroo. Go on an African safari. Ride an elephant. You can do it all at the Singapore National Zoo.
The thundering sound of hooves pounding the grass turf as a pack of thoroughbred horses move in unison toward the finish line is a sight not easily forgotten. If you’re looking to make your journey to Singapore a unique and memorable one, I highly recommend spending a day at the Singapore Turf Club.
I’ve never been a big fan of zoos, so when I say that you should include a trip to the Singapore Zoo, I really mean it. I’ve been to several zoos, but this one is truly a special zoo. There’s a reason why it’s known all over the world.
The Fullerton Hotel is a five-star luxury boutique hotel in Singapore that is world-renowned for its luxuriousness, elegance, and quality of customer service. It’s no small wonder that the Fullerton Hotel Singapore has won major travel awards such as the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List award. The Fullerton Hotel is our choice for luxury accommodations in Singapore.
Flying 45,000 feet above the South China Sea is about as close to you can get to heaven on an airplane, especially if the aircraft in question is from Singapore Airlines fleet of world-class airliners. There’s a reason why Singapore Airlines was ranked 33rd this year in Fortune’s World Most Admired Companies in 2009.
Singapore has been on my travel wish list since my late teens. With a long five-day weekend coming up and knowing that we could use our air miles to travel to one of the world’s three city-states for free, we were booked and ready to go faster than you can say cat on a hot tin roof.
So, our thoughts on Singapore, you ask?
Hey folks! We are off to Singapore for some R&R.
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