The last time I was in Singapore was a VERY long time ago. (I can’t even remember which year! Maybe 2007?)

For that and since my information might be outdated, I decided to gather information from all the other fellow travel bloggers, and travel websites to combine this list for you, based on my own taste! So let’s call this list a #hello965approved Singapore list ?

VISA: Kuwaiti Citizens do not need visa to enter Singapore

Currency: Singapore Dollar

1 Singapore Dollar equals 0.22 Kuwaiti Dinar

Singapore is both an island and a country

Population: 5.47 million (3.87m residents) – as of 2015

Languages Spoken: English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil

About the weather… Singapore generally remains hot and humid all year round. Tourists visit throughout the year!

July-September: the festive season is around this time: Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place during these months.

Feb-April: The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant. Plenty of outdoor activities become available then.

November-January: The wettest (rainy) months are between November and January, when showers can last for long periods of time, while the hottest months are May and June.

Some things to do:

  • Gardens by the Bay
  • Orchards Road
  • Singapore River (Singapore River Cruise)
  • Take a walk along the Marina Bay Boardwalk
  • Cable Car to Sentosa Island
  • Checkout the graffiti walls: Haji Lane, Scape, Youth Park or Kampong Glam, and you will find an abundance of awesome murals and kaleidoscopic graffiti walls
  • Visit the Singapore Art Museum
  • Checkout Little India
  • Checkout China Town
  • Checkout the Arab Quarter: Arab Quarters, or also referred as Kampong Glam, is a laid-back artsy district famous for its traditional Arabic fabrics, wares, as well as a flourishing fashion and indie arts scene
  • Trek Mount Faber
  • Checkout East Coast Park, which is a favorite weekend getaway for locals and expats!
  • Find Singapore’s Icon: THE FAMOUS MERLION which is a half fish half lion statue
  • Ride the Singapore Flyer
  • Visit Labrador Park
  • Checkout The Chinese & Japanese Gardens
  • Day tour/ cycling around PALAU UBIN

Hotels to consider:

Marina Sands Bay
Mandarin Oriental
Four Seasons Singapore
Fullerton Bay Hotel
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Shangri-La Singapore
St. Regis
Hotel G Singapore
The Warehouse Hotel
The Fullerton Bay Hotel
Hotel Indigo
The Quincy Hotel

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