Singapore Worth A Visit? Debunking Myths

Photo credit: Wikimedia Singapore’s Economic Power Singapore has quickly climbed the heights of economic power, and is now one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world. It is a relatively new country, gaining independence from Malaysia in 1965. As there are some negative stereotypes associated with traveling there, such as high costs, strict rules…

Singapore Worth a Visit?

The Buddha Tooth Relic in Singapore- A Stunning House of Worship

This past March, after an amazing 5 hours of shopping, eating and site seeing in Singapore’s Chinatown, we randomly stumbled upon the most incredible Buddhist Temple we have ever visited. Having recently opened in 2002, this place isn’t exactly ancient, but the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum overwhelmed us with ornate gold and devoted…

Crazy Singapore Photos

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….

Entry stamp into Singapore

Interesting and funny Singapore Pictures

Singapore is a diverse  city filled with many contrasts. Largely because of its colonial past the nation’s first language is English, but most residents are of Malaysian, Chinese and Indian decent and do not speak English in their homes. So unfortunately many speak their official language a little poorly. But it’s a great city for…

No durum fruit in Singapore

Sentosa Island, a Man Made Beach in Singapore

When people of think of Singapore they normally think of Singapore Slings, shipping, finance or skyscrapers. But the city offers far more than that with rich cultural diversity that leads to an excellent variety of attractions, cuisine and shopping. Singaporeans also love their conveniences and high priced designer items. Despite being sandwiched between Malaysia and…

palm trees on the beach in Singapore