As the carrier today marks 50 years flying between Singapore and London, Duncan Craig looks back at its legacy — and forward to the challenges that await…
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.
The Botanic Gardens was part zoo part park before it became a UNESCO world heritage site; Henedick Chng; Mothership.SG
It housed some Fantastic Beasts.
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.
Singapore’s Botanic Gardens has a lot of beautiful reasons to be proud as the country’s first UNESCO World Heritage site.
From its world-famous botanic gardens to nature reserves, Singapore has a surprising range of ”green” sites.