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Shopping in Singapore is an experience like no other. The world-famous Orchard Road is growing larger all the time with both international brands and independent designers adding to its cultural diversity. It’s a dream come true for some, but others may find the crowds too much when looking for more unique souvenirs from the city. Luckily, Singapore offers the best of both worlds; while Orchard Road takes care of the masses, just a short journey away you’ll find both traditional and alternative shopping districts. Authentic Singaporean clothing, art, music, books, handmade crafts and more besides are there to be discovered. Read on to find out a little more about what you might find, with some of the top places to visit in Singapore.
Where: East Singapore
What: Katong is the oldest shopping mall in east Singapore having been built in 1973.
Fun fact: The area is renowned for textile stores and tailors and still popular with locals.
Today the area is still very much a fashion hub with independent designers offering...
Traveling does not just have to be a stepping stone from A to B. If you believe that the journey is just as important as the destination, then you may want to know the best, and most luxurious ways, to travel on your next trip. Not only will you reach your destination in safe hands, but you will also be able to look back on the experience of a lifetime.
There is nothing better than a cruise: the complementary cocktails, the constant sun, and the overwhelming choice of live entertainment. However, cruises come in all shapes and sizes, from the budget family cruise to cruises fit only for royalty. If you are looking for that extra bit of extravagance to spruce up a special occasion, there has been a surge in luxury cruise ships in recent years. The most expensive, and the most luxurious, of these is the Oasis of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean venture that cost over $1.4 million dollars to build. However, this price tag is not for nothing, and the ship hosts a park containing 12,000 trees, a zipwire and a rock climbing wall,...