Singapore: video & tips

Here my video shot in the amazing Singapore and a bunch of my personal tips to enjoy the city the most.

Tip #1: Moving around Singapore is extremely simple. If you want to shorten commuting time, I recommend using the subway, which is also quite cheap: on the SMRT’s site you can calculate in advance the cost of each route. On average, we spent 1.20 SGO one way, amounting to € 0.74.

Tip #2: If, instead, your destination are the Universal Studios in Sentosa, the cable car is the most impressive way to go: it is an amazing coast-to-coast-500-meters-high flight offering a 360 ° view over the Strait of Singapore .. and if this is said by someone who is scared by heights, you can believe it!

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Double food tip:

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Song Fa Bak Kut Tehsingapore [11 New Bridge Road] is a Chinese restaurant that caught our attention for the queue waiting outside for a table, while we were heading to the hotel: the guests were all Asian, but a couple of European professionals who apparently had stopped there to dine after work. We continued walking for a few meters and then, in sync, Mister and I turned back to get in line. The highlight is undoubtedly the pork ribs soup: you have to struggle to eat it – unless you are a master of chopsticks – but finally you will be very satisfied.

 

noodlesMakansutra Gluttons Bay in Marina Bay is the celebration of Asian street food: an entire street packed with dozen stalls equipped to prepare freshly delicious hot dishes plus one dedicated exclusively to the beverage and other one to desserts.

 

 

Francesca

Francesca

She loves coffee in each and every form, but it has to be rigorously without sugar. Serial expat, she is in love with the world in every tone and latitude, has lost the heart in Africa, but she ends up look for it in other places. She talks less about, but she has a weakness for London and the Middle East.

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