Singapore Travel Guide + Attractions Map

Singapore Travel Vlog. Map of this trip https://goo.gl/oXzMUX

SINGAPORE timecode:

Marina Bay
00:16 Helix Bridge
00:27 ArtScience Museum
00:29 Merlion Park
00:33 Marina Bay Sands
00:39 Marina Bay Sands

Chinatown
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
01:22 CapitaMall
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

Observation desk
01:41 Marina Bay Sands

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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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Film by Marina Wanderlust using the Sony Xperia Z5 premium and Sony Xperia Z3 compact.

Edited by Marina Wanderlust using Adobe Premiere Pro.

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