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Eleven days in Singapore Chronicles Summary

Eleven days in Singapore Chronicles Summary

Singapore is one expensive place to travel. Food is like SG$3-10 a pop and there are only a few choices for backpacking accommodations here and it’s not actually cheap. But I do love the ease of their transportation system here that it’s easy to find your way around the small country island by Bus or Train. And for such a small place there’s a hodgepodge of things to do and places to visit, even if they may be artificially constructed or whatever earthly natural attraction is left of the country.

Buddha Tooth Temple View

Singapore Houses and Buildings

Singapore is one expensive place to travel. Food is like SG$3-10 a pop and there are only a few choices for backpacking accommodations here and it’s not actually cheap. But I do love the ease of their transportation system here that it’s easy to find your way around the small country island by Bus or Train. And for such a small place there’s a hodgepodge of things to do and places to visit, even if they may be artificially constructed or whatever earthly natural attraction is left of the country.

Route: If there is one good reason why I would want to live in Singapore, it’s their transport system. It’s so convenient I’m sure an obsessive-compulsive would feel at home. Plotting a route on a small country like this isn’t really that necessary. My home base is from Geylang and from there I can go to different points around Singapore via their public transportation.

Itinerary
I really have no fixed itinerary during my stay in Singapore but I found that there are several things that I was able to visit places I wasn’t able to write about but I think these ones are the main highlights during my 11 day stay in Singapore (October 15-25, 2009)

Da y 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

Day 8

Day 9

Day 10

Day 11

Happyfoodies Post:

Travel Budget: Like I said, Singapore is an expensive city to stay for a long time unlike other South East Asian Countries. But I was able to trim down my cost and only spend SG$ 336.85 (P10,964.07) for 11 days. Well there are several factors why I only spent so little

  • My airfare was courtesy of Nuffnang for the Asia Pacific Blog Awards which I just asked the flight dates to be extended
  • I was staying at a friend’s place there so I didn’t have to spend on accommodations

So majority of my spending is on food and transportation averaging SG$ 20-30 per day

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