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Things to Do in Singapore

Savor Singapore: The Sights and the Scenes
They say the best thing to do in Singapore is to go shopping.paket wisata bandung
True enough, shopping can be an amazing experience in Singapore. The wide stretch of stalls and malls along Orchard Road will satisfy your craving for almost anything! Be it clothes from expensive designer brands to the cheaper yet fashionable local Singaporean labels, jewelry, accessories, gadgets, or even food; Singapore's Orchard Road is sure to keep you satisfied.

Aside from shopping, there are lots more to do while in Singapore. One great way to start your day in Singapore is to have breakfast with the orangutans. Singapore Zoo boasts of having the world's most successful orangutan-breeding program and offers a morning tour with the option to have a wild breakfast among these awesome animals.

Get your adrenaline pumping at the G-Max Reverse Bungee. Be prepared to be launched 200 kilometers per hour to a height of 60 meters for around 5 minutes and f…

Universal Studios Singapore, Here I Come!

Universal Studios Singapore opened its doors to the public on 18 March, 2010.paket tour singapore 2017
When visiting Singapore, stopping by at the Resorts World Sentosa theme park for a fun-filled day is a must. Some hot tips when planning your day there:paket tour bangkok pattaya
1) Tuesdays and Wednesdays are the best if you want a breezier time getting around the park and if you think the express passes are a rip-off. Traffic is at the lowest on these days. Jostling in the crowd during the weekends can be unnerving.


2) Some rides attract overwhelmingly long queues. If you have no patience for that or feel time is against you, pay extra for the express pass, which can be a great perk.
3) With an express pass, one day is more than enough to conquer the entire park.
4) A general guide: Do the rides in the morning as the sun can be blistering hot. Cover the indoor shows in the afternoon.
5) Check out the timings for the shows. You don't want to miss the "live" water show …

Catch more tourism in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is Southeast Asia’s youngest capital and one of the most economically successful after Singapore.
A developing metropolis, Malaysia’s city centre is constantly experiencing rampant development and features a few insipid structures. Yet it manages to trump these architectural letdowns with ingenious urban wonders like the Petronas Twin Towers and Menara KL.

Step into the Golden Triangle area that encompasses the twin towers, the central business district bounded by Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Tun Perak, and Jalan Bukit Bintang, where Jalan is Malay for street. Choc a bloc with skyscrapers of varying degrees of artistic merit housing billion dollar businesses, this stretch of KL is a tangible token of a booming economy.

Mammoth shopping malls, Kuala Lumpur Hotels, superb dining outlets, art galleries, museums, and theatres co-exist with multi-national businesses and showrooms. This is also where folks loosen up after a day of hard work. At sun down the streets …