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3 ways to get the most out of your Singapore Flyer experience

As one of the most iconic high-rises at Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer provides a rotating, 360-degree view of the Lion City’s impressive skyline. The world’s largest observation wheel outside the United States offers far more than its luxurious vantage points, however. Here are 3 ways to jazz up your moving experience at the ‘eye’ of […]

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ION Orchard Holideals this Chinese New Year

If Orchard Road is the crown of Singapore’s infinite shopping districts, then ION Orchard must be the jewel in the crown. Conveniently located right outside the Orchard MRT station, ION Orchard brings together the world’s best loved brands for their flagship, concept and lifestyle stores within one development, with over eight levels of intelligently designed shopping space. Before […]

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Dine and celebrate Lunar New Year at Marina Bay Sands!

Celebrate Lunar New Year at any of Marina Bay Sands‘ lavish restaurants! Feast your way into the new year with these special offerings and exquisite food: Sky on 57 by Justin Quek Enjoy the Lunar New Year and Singapore’s skyline at Sky on 57! Located 57 storeys high on the iconic Sands SkyPark, this is […]

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Here are the top 5 places to visit in Singapore

Singapore or The Lion City is one of the top places to visit in Asia. This small island state packs quite a punch with its beautiful attractions, historical landmarks, bustling nightlife, and delicious food. Whether you’re a nature lover, a history buff, a foodie, or a shopaholic, Singapore has a place for you. We rounded up the […]

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FIT travel in Singapore: The Lion City’s favorite durian revealed

The essence of FIT travel in Singapore? Eating durian like a local. While most travel guides recommend a trip to Geylang for your first contact with the uniquely fragrant “king of fruits”, the local’s favorite sits at another phonetically similar yet entirely different site, Ghim Moh – where the humble stall of Ah Seng Durian satiated Singaporeans’ lust […]

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