Sunday 29 March 2015


Photo via BBC.

"Imagine a major metropolis where traffic flows quickly on green highways; where streets are sparkling clean and restoration is nearly as vigilant as sanitation; where four main ethnicities (Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian) co-exist in tropical tolerance with a large community of foreigners who live and raise kids without fear of crime or the slightest impolite slight. Parks, museums, art spaces and architectural icons are world class.

There’s a reason — actually a multitude of them — why Singapore ranks high on surveys of places to live and work."  Discover the reasons and plan your next travel destination after reading the full article in the BBC. E.T.P. 4'

Also, there is a quick but interesting article about the chewing-gum ban in Singapore, via BBC. Have a look. E.T.P 3'

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