• Merlion Park

    The Merlion is Singapore’s national icon and its mythological presence gathers thousands of visitors around Marina Bay.

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  • Rituals in India

    The Hindu welcome everyone in their temples and they appreciate your interest in their traditions. DINKtravelers guides you through your visit.

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  • Laksa Soup

    If a dish is listed 7th in the World’s Fifty Most Delicious Foods list, then it deserves giving oneself the opportunity of trying it: Laksa

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  • Dumplings and Wontons

    Plan a gourmet journey to China where you’ll try wontons, commonly known as dumplings. They’re little bundles of joy.

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  • Supertrees in Gardens by the Bay

    The message of ecological awareness given by Gardens by the Bay and its Supertrees in Singapore portrays the union between nature, science and technology.

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  • The Singapore Flyer Ferris Wheel

    The Singapore Flyer has everything: 541 feet of height, a ride duration of 30 minutes and panoramic views of Marina Bay.

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  • Try Singaporean Chicken Rice

    The famous Singaporean chicken rice actually comes from Hainann Island in China. Try it with DINKtravelers.

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  • Singapore-Style Chili Crab

    Chili Crab was elected as one of the 50 most delicious dishes in the world. Find out where and how you can try it.

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  • The World’s Largest Aquarium

    At the SEA Aquarium in Singapore you’ll see from a mysterious sunken ship to exotic species through a gigantic submarine dome.

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  • Meet the World’s Smelliest Fruit

    When you try durian, known as the King of Fruits, you’ll only have two options: to love it or hate it.

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  • New Year’s Gourmet Dinner

    Travel to taste New Year’s specialties and ensure success for the following year.

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  • Cloud Forest in Gardens by The Bay

    Visit Cloud Forest in Singapore, a man-made mountain that’s covered with a veil of mist and houses teachings about sustainable tourism.

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  • Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay

    Travel to Singapore and visit the world´s largest indoor flower conservatory.

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  • Art and Science Museum in Marina Bay

    Spend an incredible day in Singapore and explore the ArtScience Museum, an interactive museum shaped like a lotus flower, located in the heart of the city.

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  • Follow Etiquette Rules

    Littering in Singapore earns you a high fine, so mind your manners!

  • Save on Tips

    In Singaporean restaurants there is often a 10% service charge added to the bill, so you don’t need to tip extra.

  • Save Some Cash

    Take your own napkins to Singaporean restaurants because you need to pay extra for them.

  • Save on Rides

    The most practical means of transportation in Singapore is the MRT train system.

  • Save on Rides

    Taxis in Singapore have different rates depending on the car’s color and model. Silver ones offer a premier service, so they’re more expensive. Save cash by taking a yellow or blue cab.

  • Get Vaccinated

    Before traveling to Singapore get an International Vaccination Certificate for Yellow Fever if you visited Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru or Venezuela 6 days prior to your trip.

  • Follow the Rules

    If you use public transport in Singapore, remember that you can’t ear or drink while riding them. Avoid fines!

  • Drink Safe

    In Singapore, it’s safe to drink tap water.

  • Save in Rides

    If you take the subway in Singapore, which is very comfortable, keep your ticket and get a discount in your next trip.

  • Choose the Best Season to Travel

    Travel to China for the Chinese New Year celebration which takes place in February because they follow the lunar calendar. It’s the perfect time to try some dumplings

  • Taste Something Delish

    Dumplings are so famous that you can have them in many places around the world, but you won’t find tastier versions than in China.

  • Travel Without Gaining Weight

    Don’t worry about the calories, a steamed dumpling only provides 45 calories, so you can have several.

  • Make a Toast with a Singapore Sling

    Enjoy a Singapore Sling at the Flyer Lounge located on Level 3 of the retail terminal of Singapore Flyer.

  • The Best Chili Crab

    In order to eat Chili Crab go to Boat Quay. Because it’s one of the most touristic áreas in Singapore, you’ll find numerous restaurants that serve this typical dish.

  • Spicy Tastes

    Take into account that Chili Crab is spicy, so ask about how intense its flavors are.

  • Take Your Time

    Don’t rush when visiting the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore. Dedicate some time to the Experimental Maritime Museum that’s located outside the premises.

  • Witness Something Incredible

    Observe the sharks tank at the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore. You might get the chance to see how they feed them.

  • Dine at a Spectacular Location

    Dine underwater at the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore.

  • Taste the Forbidden Fruit

    If you’re going to try this delicious fruit, don’t do it on Singapore’s public transport. Due to its odor, it’s forbidden to eat it in public.

  • Eat a Smelly But Nutritious Fruit

    Try durian in your trip to Malaysia. Despite its odor, it has a high protein, healthy fats and sugar contents.

  • Choose the Right Fruit

    There’s no right way to choose a durian because it depends on whether you like it Green, ripe or with an alcoholic taste.

  • Choose the Right Fruit

    There’s no right way to choose a durian because it depends on whether you like it Green, ripe or with an alcoholic taste.

  • A Natural Promenade

    In Gardens by the Bay, apart from visiting Cloud Forest you can visit the spectacular eco park for free.

  • No Bubbles!

    In Singapore it’s forbidden to chew gum in public places. It’s considered as something that causes littering.

  • Lions City

    Singapore means “Lions City” in Sanskrit.

  • Double Independence

    Singapore has had two Independence movements, one from Great Britain and the other one from Malaysia.

  • The Asian Tigers

    Singapore is considered one of the four Asian tigers. The other ones are Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan.

  • Singlish

    Most people in Singapore speak Singlish, a hybrid language that combines English, Cantonese and Malayan, among other languages.

  • Singaporean Diversity

    In Singapore you can find diverse cultural neighborhoods, such as the Chinese, Indian and Arab boroughs.

  • Millionaire Destinations

    Singapore is the fourth financial center in the world.

  • Thousands of Places Where to Stay

    In Singapore there are more than 30,000 hotel rooms that meet the country’s great economical and touristic demand.

  • The Many Flavors of Dumplings

    For the Chinese New Year celebration, apart from preparing fish and pork meat dumplings, you can also order vegetable, seafood and meet varieties.

  • Round Trip

    Each rotation of the Singapore Flyer is about 30 minutes.

  • Connecting Flights for Foodies

    It’s practical to program a connecting flight in Singapore when traveling to China, Malaysia or other Asian countries. Once at the airport, you’ll find several restaurants that serve Chili Crab.

  • Guinness

    The S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore got the Guinness Record for having the biggest acrylic panel in the world and 18 million liters of salt water in its Ocean Gallery.

  • Countless Species

    The S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore is home to 100,000 animals and over 800 marine species.

  • Among the Top 10

    The S.E.A. Aquarium is listed as one of the top 10 most impressive aquariums in the world.

  • Fruit for the Brave

    Durian has a terrible odor but it’s been labeled as the best fruit in the world. Would you like to try it?

  • Smells that Kill

    Durian’s smell has been described as fetid, excrement-like and similar to a rotten onion. In other words, terrible.

  • No Wastes

    The roots, peel and leaves of durian are used in popular medicine. No part of this fruit goes to waste.

  • Architectonic Tech

    Cloud Forest in Gardens by the Bay has a huge dome that simulates the tropical weather.