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00:16 Helix Bridge
00:27 ArtScience Museum
00:29 Merlion Park
00:33 Marina Bay Sands
00:39 Marina Bay Sands
00:45 Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Heart of the City
01:16 Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
01:18 Water Cycle 2000 Fountain at Marina Square
01:19 Parkroyal Hotel on Pickering
01:27 Haji Lane street
01:37 Capital Square Building – 23 Church Street
01:45 Stadium MRT Station
01:51 Gardens by the Bay
01:57 Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City
02:05 Orchard Road
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Description of Singapore:
Singapore (officially the Republic of Singapore) often referred to as the Lion City, the Garden City and the Red Dot is a global city and sovereign state in Southeast Asia and the world's only island city-state. The nickname «Red Dot» is a reference to its size on the map, contrasting with its achievements.
Singapore is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. This city combines the modern skyscrapers with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and tropical climate with tasty food, good shopping and vibrant night-life.
Five Cool Facts About Singapore:
1. Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City [01:57] is listed by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest fountain in the world.
2. The Merlion [00:29], a half-fish, half-lion beast is a fitting symbol of Singapore. The «Singa» or lion represents the animal that a Sumatran prince saw which resembled a lion and the fish is a tribute to Singapore’s history as «Temasek», the ancient sea town.
3. Singlish, a Singaporean patois mixing English with the odd phrase of Chinese, Malay and even Tamil. Many Singaporeans have a habit of adding «la» to the end of their sentences. For example, «okay-la» is one example of Singlish.
4. Buildings in Singapore cannot be higher than 280 metres [02:23] because of busy air traffic. Buildings that scale this height include: One Raffles Place, OUB Centre, UOB Plaza and Republic Plaza.
5. Singapore is an extremely green city with gardens [01:19], trees and jungles everywhere. They are transforming into a «city in a garden» a current government campaign. It’s also very clean due to its littering laws.
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Milan, the second largest city in Italy, is a thriving cosmopolitan business capital and the center of cultural and tourist activities. The main industries of Milan are textiles, the manufacture of cars, machinery, chemicals and paper-making.
What to see / do:
There are a great variety of things to do and see in Milan, main attractions include:
* Duomo (Cathedral) — The world's largest Gothic cathedral
* Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II — Glass-domed arcade with coffee-shops
* Theatre Museum at La Scala — World famous opera house
* Santa Maria delle Grazie — House of Leonardo da Vinci's famous painting, The Last Supper.
* Museo Poldi-Pezzoli — spectacular private collection of Poldi-Pezzoli
* Museum of Historic Art of the Sforzesco Castle — Built in the 15th century and restored in 1943.
* Leonardo da Vinci National Science & Technology Museum — museum with a collection of Leonardo's ingenious designs from war machines to architectural visions.
* Milan Aquarium — 36 gigantic pools filled with more than 100 different species of fish.
* Orto Botanico di Brera — A botanical garden established in 1774
* Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio — One of the oldest churches in Milan, built by Bishop Ambrose in 379-386 AD.
Milan is center of cultural and tourist activities like paradise for opera, shopping and nightlife and is known for its many cultural events:
* Antiques Market: Selection of furniture, clocks, porcelain, silver, jewelry, dolls, books and numerous collector's items.
* Tredesin de mars: Celebration of the start of a beautiful season of spring.
* Festival of Sant'Ambrogio: Antique furniture and handicrafts as well as different stalls of delicacies. * Milan Fashion Weeks: Best designers showcase their Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer collections.
* Italian F1 Grand Prix: The FIA Formula One World Championship.
Consider the following eight things to do in Bali, Indonesia as part of the attractions you consider during your travels.
When it comes to islands worth visiting in Southeast Asia, few can compete with the allure of Bali; however, if you're expecting a Utopian pristine paradise, as often is depicted in the movies and popular culture, you'll be in for a rude awakening. Bali is what it is — unicorns and warts alike. Although there is stunning scenery, world class beaches and enchanting Hindu temples to explore there is also eyesore rubbish piles, filthy beaches and unscrupulous touts to content with.
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If you can visit Bali with realistic expectations it certainly offers up a wide spread of activities and attractions worth visiting.
Consider the following eight things to do in Bali, Indonesia as part of your travel itinerary:
Balinese fire dance performance
1) Balinese fire and trance performance
2) Exploring the cultural hub of Ubud
3) Visit the Tegalalang Rice Terraces
4) Explore Hindu Temples
5) View Mount Batur from a distance
6) Explore surrounding beaches and islands
7) Visit Monkey Forest Temple
8) Hike up Mount Batur (an active volcano) for a spectacular sunrise viewing
Welcome to Bali, Indonesia!
After spending nearly a year travelling in Southeast Asia, we couldn't leave without first visiting Bali. We decided to take a 2 week trip to the famed island and split our time between Ubud and Sanur to explore as much as possible.
During one of our first nights on the island, we attended a Balinese fire and trance performance. This dance and music drama originated in the 1930s, depicting stories from Hindu literature.
Ubud is the art and cultural capital of Bali and we enjoyed spending a few days here. Our mornings in the town were spent visiting the various temples, browsing through markets, and soaking in the surroundings.
We also had a chance to visit the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. They were lush, green, and reminded us of our time in Korea because Sam's apartment overlooked rice terraces.
Bali is mainly Hindu and the island is home to many temples. During our time in Bali we visited the Elephant Temple, which is best known for its menacing cave entrance.
We also visited Gunung Kawi, which is nicknamed the Rock Temple. The rock temple gets its name because of the 10 shrines that were carved into the rock wall and stand 7 meters tall. They are truly a sight to behold.
Well, I am supposed to sprinkle water on my head, so here we go.
During our tour around the island, we stopped at a lookout point where we saw the impressive Mount Batur looming in the horizon. Mount Batur is an active volcano, however, when we learned that it was open to hikers, we decided we were up for the challenge.
Bali is a great jump off point for exploring some of the surrounding beaches and islands. Trips to Lombok, Nusa Lembongan, and the Gili Islands are very easy to arrange. There are plenty of water sports to choose from including snorkeling, free diving, scuba diving, surfing and even kayaking.
Ubud is home to the monkey forest where infamous little macaques roam freely. The monkey forest is home to over 600 monkeys, who over time have lost all fear of man. The monkeys are not shy and will approach people and even climb onto their bodies if they believe you have food. If you're feeling adventurous and would like to feed the monkeys, you can purchase bananas right at the entrance of the monkey forest.
One of the highlights of our time in Bali, was climbing Mount Batur for sunrise. The morning of the hike, we got up at 2 in the morning and were driven to the base of the volcano.
Overall, we really enjoyed our time in Bali! It may not have been the quiet paradise that's depicted in the movies, but it offered culture, natural beauty, and it was a great place to relax.
This is part of our Travel in Bali, Indonesia series. We're making a series of videos showcasing Indonesian culture, Balinese Culture, Indonesian arts, Balinese arts, Indonesian foods, Balinese foods, Indonesian religion, Balinese religion, Indonesian people and Balinese people:
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Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore's circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha's teeth.
Dialing code: +65
Currency: Singapore dollar
Prime minister: Lee Hsien Loong
Population: 5.399 million (2013) World Bank
Official languages: English, Tamil, Malay, Standard Mandarin
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