14 Singapore My Love

January 22, 2024

OMG, Singapore! Without a doubt, we’ve discovered one of our favourite places; we were blown away by this incredibly cool country. From the moment we left the airport, it was beautiful—always green, always clean❤️.

✍🏽 Here are some interesting facts:

🙌🏽 Singapore is nicknamed the “City in a Garden” due to its numerous parks and green spaces. One of the most famous is Gardens by the Bay, home to the iconic Supertrees and a flower greenhouse called Flower Dome.

👀 Singapore is renowned for its cleanliness and orderliness. Strict laws against littering contribute to keeping the city exceptionally clean.

😍 Despite its relatively small size, Singapore is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities. Four official languages are spoken in the country: English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese, and Tamil.

😱 Singapore has very strict laws, and one of the most well-known is the ban on the sale and possession of chewing gum unless it’s medicinal. This measure was taken to keep the streets and public transport clean.

😎 Marina Bay Sands: This iconic hotel and casino in Singapore features a rooftop infinity pool, one of the longest in the world, offering a spectacular panoramic view of the city. Singapore is home to one of the busiest ports globally, significantly contributing to its economic success.

The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, which has become the symbol of Singapore. You can find a giant Merlion statue in Marina Bay.

🤯 Singapore has some of the strictest drug laws in the world. Possession of certain amounts of drugs can result in the death penalty by hanging.

What we liked the most:

  • Walking at all hours and feeling very safe.
  • The abundance of trees and plants throughout the city.
  • The cleanliness is VERY impressive.
  • The food at the Hawker Centers was absolutely delicious!

Thanks for reading us.

Have an incredibly wonderful day! 🤗

P.S. Hopefully, hopefully, my loves can travel to this beautiful place. It has its challenges regarding certain human rights, but they’ve achieved some very interesting things nowadays.

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