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  • Music - YourSingapore.com
    Paragon Park Mall Plaza Singapura Raffles City Shopping Centre Scotts Square Suntec City Mall Tanglin Shopping Centre The Heeren The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands VivoCity Wisma Atria Shop by Category Antiques Art Galleries Books Curios Knick Knacks Departmental Stores Duty Free At Singapore Changi Airport Electronics Ethnic Finds Fashion Hair Health Beauty Home Furnishing Music Souvenirs Special Interests Singapore Shopping Where to Shop What to Buy in Singapore Tweet Music Soothing food for the soul Whether you re looking for the latest CDs or the rare collector s vinyl records you have a good chance of finding it in Singapore From mainstream international names such as HMV to local music giants like Gramophone and That CD Shop the city also provides a home to niche music stores like Straits Records Considered the only true alternative music store in Singapore Straits carries local labels some old vinyl records and a varied range of music genres Music Sort by Most Recent Most Viewed Alphabetical Order Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on Facebook Twitter Youtube Wikipedia Singapore Reviews About Singapore YourSingapore Brand Story A Brief History People Language Culture Key Facts Awards Accolades What s On Festivals

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/browse/shopping/shop-by-category/music.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Souvenirs - YourSingapore.com
    Park Mall Plaza Singapura Raffles City Shopping Centre Scotts Square Suntec City Mall Tanglin Shopping Centre The Heeren The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands VivoCity Wisma Atria Shop by Category Antiques Art Galleries Books Curios Knick Knacks Departmental Stores Duty Free At Singapore Changi Airport Electronics Ethnic Finds Fashion Hair Health Beauty Home Furnishing Music Souvenirs Special Interests Singapore Shopping Where to Shop What to Buy in Singapore Tweet Souvenirs Souvenirs from the Lion City If you re hunting for memorable souvenirs don t settle for the standard Merlion key chains Tiger balm or the infamous Singapore is a fine city t shirts Drop by the Singapore Handicraft Centre with five floors of handicraft shops in the heart of Chinatown for jade carvings bronze statues and antique snuff bottles Or pay a visit to The Heritage Shop and choose from collectables like Peranakan tiffin tins old advertising signs and coasters made from old Peranakan tiles Souvenirs Sort by Most Recent Most Viewed Alphabetical Order Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on Facebook Twitter Youtube Wikipedia Singapore Reviews About Singapore YourSingapore Brand Story A Brief History People Language Culture Key Facts Awards Accolades What s On Festivals

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/browse/shopping/shop-by-category/souvenirs.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Special Interests - YourSingapore.com
    Orchard Central Palais Renaissance Paragon Park Mall Plaza Singapura Raffles City Shopping Centre Scotts Square Suntec City Mall Tanglin Shopping Centre The Heeren The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands VivoCity Wisma Atria Shop by Category Antiques Art Galleries Books Curios Knick Knacks Departmental Stores Duty Free At Singapore Changi Airport Electronics Ethnic Finds Fashion Hair Health Beauty Home Furnishing Music Souvenirs Special Interests Singapore Shopping Where to Shop What to Buy in Singapore Tweet Special Interests Hobby shops and stores to match your interests People who have unique hobbies and interests will be pleased to discover that shopping in Singapore will find you almost everything you re looking for Whether you re a gamer comic book or toy collector avid fisherman pet lover fish keeper or love to fly kites or model aeroplanes we have shops across the island that cater to your special interests Special Interests Sort by Most Recent Most Viewed Alphabetical Order Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on Facebook Twitter Youtube Wikipedia Singapore Reviews About Singapore YourSingapore Brand Story A Brief History People Language Culture Key Facts Awards Accolades What s On Festivals Events in Singapore See Do Arts Entertainment Culture Heritage

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/browse/shopping/shop-by-category/special-interests.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Information for Transit - YourSingapore.com
    Travel Made Easy Free Singapore Tours 7 am till 4pm last booking 3 30pm Cultural tours 9 am 3 pm and 4pm Colonial tours 11am and 1pm Bookings done at SH counters at T2 and T3 transit Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on Facebook Twitter Youtube Wikipedia Singapore Reviews About Singapore YourSingapore Brand Story A Brief History People Language Culture Key Facts Awards Accolades What

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/plan-your-trip/travel-essentials/visa-customs-legal-regulation/information-for-transit.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Singlish Guide - YourSingapore.com
    the multi cultural character of our society to others it is a colloquialism so full of grammatical errors that it makes you squirm each time you hear it Regardless it is useful to understand a fair bit of Singlish or at least understand the most common phrases used to avoid getting lost in translation Besides the typical lah which punctuates most sentences used by the locals here is a quick guide of phrases that you may encounter and use most often Don t pray pray ah Don t mess around Oh izzit That s interesting Oh is that true Dohwan No thanks I don t want it Kiasu A general term used to describe the highly competitive nature of many Singaporeans It is originally a Chinese dialect expression that literally means fear of losing So how So what do we do now Alamak A general expression of dismay or incredulity Can can Yes definitely Auntie Uncle A respectful form of an address for an older man woman respectively Lai dat also can Is that acceptable Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on Facebook Twitter Youtube Wikipedia Singapore Reviews About Singapore YourSingapore Brand Story A Brief History

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/plan-your-trip/travel-essentials/singlish-guide.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Coach/ Bus - YourSingapore.com
    Lapan and Luxury Exclusive The fleet of buses available on Easibook provides bus services from locations such as Malacca Seremban Kuala Lumpur Perak Genting Highlands Cameron Highlands Penang and Hatyai in Thailand Another source is the Express Bus Travel Guide www myexpressbus com which provides bus services to Singapore by companies such as Aeroline Five Stars Tours Grassland Express and Konsortium Express There is also Bus Online Ticket http www busonlineticket com which offers transportation service to Singapore from different parts of Malaysia such as Kuala Lumpur Penang Malacca and Ipoh Odyssey www odysseynow com my offers luxury travel onboard its Odyssey coach which promises a leather recliner and extra leg room and even luxury waiting areas such as the waiting lounges located on Singapore s Dunearn Road and in Malaysia s Kuala Lumpur City Centre Another option for luxury coach travelling would be Singapore s very own Grassland Express www grassland com sg which recently introduced its Royal VIP service for visitors who appreciate comfort and convenience You ll enjoy extra leg room with a new footrest designed to allow for personal adjustment and onboard service provided by the company s fleet of bus stewards Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/plan-your-trip/transport/travel-to-singapore/coach-bus.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Driving to Singapore - YourSingapore.com
    that it is an offence to drive in Singapore without an Autopass Card for your foreign registered vehicle If you re driving a foreign registered commercial vehicle such as a bus or goods vehicle you only need to pay tolls using the Autopass card while Singapore registered vehicles need to pay tolls using the NETS CashCard All vehicle entry permit VEP fees toll charges and or ERP charges need to be paid using the Autopass card and not the NETS Cashcard if you re driving a foreign registered vehicle VEP fees are calculated on a daily basis and are not charged on Saturdays Sundays and all Singapore Public Holidays Since 2005 all drivers of foreign registered vehicles can drive into Singapore for a maximum of 10 days in each calendar year without having to pay VEP fees However toll charges still apply Toll charges are calculated on a per trip basis to be paid on arrival and departure at the Tuas Checkpoint but only on departure at the Woodlands Checkpoint For easy driving routes within Singapore you may log on to www streetdirectory com which provides comprehensive route options Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on

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  • Flights - YourSingapore.com
    each leather seat unfolding to the largest full flat bed in business class Conveniences such as a centralised business panel offering in seat power supply and USB ports are also readily available so you can do your work in quiet comfort Singapore Airlines provides passenger service to and from 63 cities in 35 countries all over the world Its regional wing SilkAir connects to 31 countries within Asia If you are from North America SIA operates routes from New York both direct and via Frankfurt Houston via Moscow Los Angeles both direct and via Tokyo and San Francisco via Hong Kong and Seoul SIA also operates flights to and from the West Asia and African continents You can fly into Singapore from a wide range of countries such as Capetown or Johannesburg Mumbai Karachi Lahore Ahmedabad Cairo the Maldives and New Delhi If you are coming in from Europe SIA readily flies into Singapore from locations such as Cophenhagen Manchester Munich Zurich Milan Paris London Athens and Rome Besides most Australian cities such as Brisbane Sydney and Melbourne SIA also flies to and from New Zealand via Auckland and Christchurch For more information on global route maps and booking procedures log on to www singaporeair com If it s budget flights you re looking for check out AirAsia also known as the world s best low cost airline which flies to Singapore from Australia China Hong Kong India Macau the Philippines the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates Its low prices are made available by the exclusion of administrative charges such as fuel surcharge and its easy to navigate website www airasia com allows you to book your flight and choose from over 50 000 hotels online Other budget airlines that allow you to fly to Singapore without burning

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