But as a lot have pointed out, it's only 'happening' for the locals who generally don't know any better. There are very few clubs that will stand up to the international fare of other major cities. So these tend to be crowded. Lively is a relative term here and not really a apt description when judged on a international scale. But, at the end of the day, the crappiest club/pub in Singapore can be a nice place if the company you keep is the right mix!BodyBlitz wrote:clubbing can be lively or in what the local call it "happening!", which day, which club well thats up to you to find your niche spot.
General cost of living is relative to where you come from right?
Not too hard, because the island is airconditioned for most parts.
Part time as what? Flipping burgers? Barista?
Sorry dude, they dont show that rubbish here in Singapore !!smccahill1 wrote: A few of the points worrying me about my time away in Singapore is wHether i will be able to watch the celtic games somewhere? (may seem trivial to some but i dont think i could handle not seeing the european nights at parkhead).
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