Category Archives: Singapore

James Dyson sells Singapore’s priciest penthouse at a £9million loss; Jack Newman; Daily Mail

Billionaire James Dyson and his wife are selling their three-storey luxury Singapore home for £34.5million, at a loss of £9million in just a year.

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The Singapore Grip: What to do & where to go, eat & drink in Singapore – city travel guide; Harriet Mallinson; Daily Express

THE SINGAPORE GRIP starts tonight on ITV. The second war drama follows a family of wealthy Britons living in Singapore but what can a modern-day tourist do in the island city-state? This is your Singapore travel guide.

Source: The Singapore Grip: What to do & where to go, eat & drink in Singapore – city travel guide

Singapore’s Unesco heritage site; David Bowden; New Straits Times

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Lovely Lion City; Traveling Woman; Travel Blog

Singapore – Singapore Botanic Gardens

Fun Factoid about Singapore: it’s nickname is “the fine country”.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens; Lonely Planet

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The Botanic Gardens was part zoo part park before it became a UNESCO world heritage site; Henedick Chng; Mothership.SG

Singapore – Singapore Botanical Gardens

It housed some Fantastic Beasts.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens; Benjamin Elisha Sawe; World Atlas

These botanical gardens embody British colonial influences, and testify to the spread of commercial rubber plantations across Southeast Asia in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens and ‘orchid diplomacy’; Jonathan Choe; CNN

Singapore’s Botanic Gardens has a lot of beautiful reasons to be proud as the country’s first UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Singapore’s World Heritage-listed Botanic Gardens: Famous fans and rare orchids; Paul Chai; Stuff

From its world-famous botanic gardens to nature reserves, Singapore has a surprising range of ”green” sites.

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