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Travelling in Singapore is not that difficult but one has to equip himself with a bottle of water and also a decent map to know his whereabouts. If planning to travel by the subway system or popularly the MRT, he can consider investing in the pre paid EZ link card. This card not only helps a tourist to avoid the lines at the ticket counters but also helps him to save money as he gets almost 15 percent discount.
What more to start a bright morning than eating at any corner coffee shop which is known locally as Kopitiam. After breakfast, one can start his journey and the best places to visit are the Singapore Zoo, the Jurong Bird Park, both of which is a favorite amongst local people.
During the afternoon, one can opt to tale an air conditioned taxi to Orchard Road and shop at the Ngee Ann City known locally as Takashimaya – a mall. The tourist can grab a meal at a number of Chinese chains of Crystal Jade food court located at the basement of the Ngee Ann City.
The Singapore Zoo opened on 23rd June was formerly called as Singapore Zoological Gardens and is popularly called as the Mandai Zoo today by the local people.
2. National Orchid Garden
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3. Orchad Road
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4. Thian Hock Keng Temple
The Thian Hock Keng Temple is the most important and oldest temples of Singapore, built in 1842, and is also referred to as the temple of heavenly happiness...
5. Little India
Little India is situated to the east of the Singapore River across Chinatown and is an ethnic neighborhood in Singapore...
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