Have you ever had the opportunity to travel to the great city of Singapore? If you are ever in the position to be able to make such a journey, I would highly recommend it. The trip can be completely life changing. You may be hesitant to make such a long journey to an entirely different continent, but you will definitely regret not taking the opportunity provided to you to see the world. One of the things I would recommend to you before you vacation is to read the native’s singapore staycation reviews. By doing this, you can create a list of must-dos before you set out to see this amazing city.
The flight may be long depending on where you’re coming from, so you may want to take some entertainment. But before too long, you’ll want to put that phone or tablet away and look right out the window. At first glance, the Singapore skyline looks incredibly modern, and not too much different from a large American city skyline. However, once you land and begin to explore the city, you’ll begin to see all the numerous things that differentiate it from any other country. The Singapore residents are mostly friendly and open to tourists, and while touring the city to talk to some residents as they explore the city. There are a variety of street foods and local vendors that provide the tourist with an opportunity to interact with the real people of Singapore. Many shopkeepers are happy to practice English with a native speaker, and you can come back home with some great stories and experiences.
With a unique tropical climate due to its geographical location, you can expect temperatures in the mid to high 70s and 80s year-round. Rain is very frequent, and on average occurs about 40% of the time. However, there is a dry and wet monsoon season , and if you want to avoid the rain you’ll want to hit the dry season during the months of February and March. It’s relatively cool with very little rainfall, and the constant, mild temperatures can be a great break from the strong winters in other parts of the world.
One word of advice: be certain that you have completely filled out your immigration card prior to entering the country. The travelers are required to keep track of this card throughout their visit, and present it upon leaving the country, so you are going to want to be sure you keep it in a safe place during your travels! While there is also an abundance of unique, local produce, you won’t be able to take anything from nature back with you. These are highly regulated because of the possibility of introducing an alien species to another land and harming the ecosystem.
Please travel to Singapore if you have the chance. I think some people are timid to travel so far away and to a culture so different from outs, but if you embrace the differences and delight in the exposure of something new, Singapore is a wonderful place to visit and enjoy!