Singapore Sights

I have loved our time in Singapore, a city of such lovely contrasts. A city where East meets West and mingles together with perfect ease. The contrasts begin as soon as you get on the train; first stop Tenah Merah and then you come to names that I’m more than familiar with like Town Hall, Raffles Place or Marina Bay and then they slip back into a language completely unknown to me like Bunagkok or Aljunied. The lady on the train who warns you to ‘mind the gap’ sometimes speaks with a perfect English RP accent but sometimes sounds American and is then followed by 3 or 4 equally polite ladies who repeat the warning in a multitude of languages.
There so much to see and do in Singapore, here’s a few of my favourite images.
The shopping malls are as amazing from the outside as they are from the inside.


Monica is the founder and editor of The Travel Hack. She began the blog in 2009 when she left the UK to travel around Asia and Australia for two years. She's now a full time blogger and has travelled around the world in search of the best holidays. Monica lives in Wales with her growing family and now also blogs about travelling with young children!

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