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It has been several years since I traveled to Singapore for an annual vacation. In that time, I have observed an amazing growth in quality of life in Singapore and among other things, I have developed an interest in Chinese architecture and culture. Due to the fact that I love both the landscape and the architecture of a place, I decided to write an article on Singapore’s architecture.
I visited Singapore in November 1999, a time when it was struck by a major earthquake with its highest dose of death toll since the Second World War. The aftershocks continued nearly a month after the tsunami wave, and it was a wonder that the death toll remained low, unlike in neighboring Indonesia and Thailand.
Like in many tourist destinations around the world, you can find Singapore’s architecture and culture rich and varied. Any an unbiased observer would find it hard to believe that 50 buildings of the Orchard Road ranges would be alike, but what is more, it is hard to find diversity on the island. Take a seat and relax in one of the Singapore’s Singapore Local, a 6th floor coffee shop on Robinson Road for a cup of freshly brewed coffee to go with a bit of light food.
I stayed in a serviced apartment in Singapore Little India, better known as the Golden Triangle. Some folks I talked to there were students of Singapore’s National Institute offer in Singapore, and they were keenly anticipating the opening of the World University Raffles in their neighborhood. Along with eager anticipation, they had also built in their minds a model school using the Singapore’s basic public infrastructure as a starting point to develop Singapore’s bright future.
I happened to be in Singapore the same time and i have to say i was surprised how the enthusiasm of the Singapore locals translated into non-stop running around. It was obvious that excitement and inspiration outnumbered the monotony of the monotony of constant Brussels sprouts. i have always found that very few countries have very clean environments and a low crime rate. My native town, Singapore, doesn’t even score in the top 10 list. But that’s easily remedied.
Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia and is rather small as compared to most countries. It makes a lot of business sense to have convenient commutation to another city. The compactness of the island also makes it a lot easier to accommodate huge numbers of people in a short time.alleas do matter when it comes to getting around. Singapore is one of the safest and trusted destinations in the world. I felt more at home in this city of opportunities than any other place I have been in.
One of the attractive features of Singaporeis the ease of access. People living in Singapore area an average of three square kilometers, while the island has a population of only six and a daily capita of six Mauritians. The Apartment-hotels in Singaporeare also among the world’sMost Serrated.
Safety comes with a personal system. When you are in, you get to know of everything going on in the city through the grapevine, rather than just the newspaper. My first travel experience in Singapore was just like that. I came to Singapore to live in a new country but soon got to know the city. I noticed it was just like home, only smaller.
The city is divided in six sectors, and they are as follows:
Museum Museum City Exhibition Museum Residualire Malay Palace Baishey Shaolin Temple The entire Singapore is made up to be accessible by public transport. Singapore is well connected by Being on the Boat Quay (Singapore’s only river port), byways and bus services. When you reach Singapore, a train from Bangkok, Malaysia or Indonesia, can bring you to any of the six equally-sized sectors quickly and cheaply.
Each of the six sectors has many attractions to offer to the visitor. Singapore City is always abuzz with night-time entertainment as it is the cultural heart of Singapore. Night buskers gather at Golden Mile (Holidaywood) and it is interesting to see the various groups of people having their own color at the same time.
Schools Singapore, is well known to be a education hub, and many of the finest schools and universities in the world are found in the city. Singapore is especially renowned for its excellent schools, many of which are located in the downtown and Chinatown area. Good schools go hand-in-hand with good colleges; for example, the expenses for education at the elite National University of Singapore (NUS) are Studios ED97, the Medical Library at NUS, and the eminent Lee Kong Chian School.
Nightlife Singapore is the inspiration for many night clubs around the world. Nightlife in Singapore is strong, and it is even strong enough to boast of a “jazz scene”.