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Weekend Travel

Post by Lizat80 » Tue, 22 Feb 2011 4:33 pm

Hi!

I just moved to Singapore from the US about a week ago and I'm dying to travel around Asia...never been out here before! I don't have a ton of vacation but should easily be able to do a weekend trip or maybe take a friday off too for a long weekend.

When traveling I like to really see what the area is all about...food, culture, local activities...I'm just up for new experiences. :) So if anyone has suggestions or are interested in traveling (or even have some trips planned where you wouldn't mind having 1 more join), let me know!

Cheers,
-Liza

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Post by budse » Wed, 23 Feb 2011 9:52 am

Hey Liza,

perhaps you could start to explore Chinatown (to know about Chinese culture), Little India (to know about India culture), Arab Street and Geylang (to know about Malay and Moeslem culture).

Furthermore you could visit NHB museum such as National Museum, Peranakan Museum, etc. Sometimes they have open house events (free entry, :D).

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Post by melren » Sun, 27 Feb 2011 4:47 pm

Hi,

Few of us are planning to go on a trip either Malaysia or Indonesia.
We're going to gather this wed to discuss further, you can drop me a line if you are interested to join us ...

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Post by puppyluvxoxo » Wed, 02 Mar 2011 12:37 am

Hi

Are you still meeting today (Wed)? Would like to join you in Malaysia or Indonesia. My phone number is 8167 3212. Would you drop me an sms or call me? Can't pm yet=)

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Re: Weekend Travel

Post by AlphaCentauri » Mon, 07 Mar 2011 4:58 pm

Hi Liza,

I am currently planning a trip to Bromo in Indonesia for May 13-17. Since the 17th is a bank holiday only one day (16th) of annual leave is required. It is primarily a hiking trip with one afternoon of rafting - I can give you more details on request. If you are interested let me know ASAP as anxious to book flights before prices escalate. Cost is approx $760 each including flights.

I am a 32yr old female, have been in Singapore since summer and this will be my second trip to Indonesia.

Thanks,
AC

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Re: Weekend Travel

Post by blue mixer » Fri, 11 Mar 2011 10:39 am

Lizat80 wrote:Hi!

I just moved to Singapore from the US about a week ago and I'm dying to travel around Asia...never been out here before! I don't have a ton of vacation but should easily be able to do a weekend trip or maybe take a friday off too for a long weekend.

When traveling I like to really see what the area is all about...food, culture, local activities...I'm just up for new experiences. :) So if anyone has suggestions or are interested in traveling (or even have some trips planned where you wouldn't mind having 1 more join), let me know!

Cheers,
hi,

you can try hong kong too,cos v had just booked for a tour to hong kong as v happen to see a good offer,you can also try if u like it .here is the address:
Giamso International Tours Pte Ltd
101 Upper Cross Street, #01-36 People's park Centre
Singapore
058357
Phone : 6534 1010.

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Interesting things to do at Singapore

Post by marionlgy » Tue, 15 Mar 2011 3:19 pm

The interesting things to do at Singapore are:

Singapore prefer to remain awake all night as the residents like to party till the wee hours of the morning at the discos and the pubs that play jazz/ rock/pop songs that would compel you to shake a leg with the rest of the crowd.

For shop alcoholics Orchard Road is the best place to be and shopping at this place is going to be an experience that you would treasure for the rest of your life.

Dine at the most reputed restaurants and pamper your taste buds by opting for restaurants that serve excellent sea - food or international cuisine or Chinese cuisine.

Check out the multiplexes for a movie or the theaters for a musical play or other kinds of plays.

Pump in your adrenalin by opting for various adventure sports such as the sky-ride or opt to drive the Sentosa Luge. Make use of the golfing facilities if you are associated with this sport or just fond of it.

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Post by April00 » Thu, 14 Jul 2011 10:22 pm

singapore has lots of food enjoy~~

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Post by josh.h » Fri, 15 Jul 2011 10:27 am

April00 wrote:singapore has lots of food enjoy~~
theres an upcoming Singapore Food Festival 2011 starting from 15 July to 24 July. Its at Clarke Quay.

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