Last week we published an article that included funny and interesting pictures from Singapore. But in a country so cultural diverse, and with such strict rules, we felt there should be a sequel. As to not be too culturally insensitive, not all un-scary photos are crazy Singapore photos, it just makes for a good headline.
Death For Drug Traffickers Under Singapore Law
Singapore Burger King
Speaking of toilets, it’s great to find a taste of home while abroad. The Burger King in Singapore airport shows us everything we will discover in the city, before setting foot outside. Thanks BK.
Want to Save Money on Accommodation in Singapore?
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Want to Fly to Singapore for Free?
The Chase Saphire Reserve includes a priority pass, offering complimentary airport lounge access (with free wi-fi, food and cocktails!). They’ll also compensate you $100 for free Global Entry and TSA pre-check to skip airport lines. The annual fee seems steep at $450, but you receive $300 back in travel credits (even Uber counts towards that), so it’s really only $150 for travelers. Their 50,000 bonus point sign up is good for $750 in travel credit, enough for a free ticket overseas! We’ve found the perks of the Chase Sapphire Reserve easy to use and it’s currently the most popular card among travel hackers.
The Delta Skymiles American Express Gold Card is free the first year and just $95 each year after. They give a 40,000 point bonus after you charge just $1,000 so this is a great card (not quite enough to get to Singapore on its own but you’re getting there). There are a lot of other perks to having the card like free checked bags on Delta flights.
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