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Southeast asia city state

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

158-year-old tropical garden located in Singapore



island off the south coast of the main island of Singapore


Pulau Ubin

North-Eastern Island of Singapore


Singapore River

river in Singapore


Jurong Bird Park

zoo in Singapore


Resorts World Sentosa


Singapore Zoo

zoological gardens in Singapore


Marina Bay Sands



Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore

bay in Singapore


Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

nature reserve in Singapore


Haw Par Villa

theme park in Singapore


Bukit Batok Nature Park

Park in Singapore


Changi Village

Modern village at the north-eastern end of Singapore


East Coast Park

Beach park in the eastern part of Singapore


Burmese Buddhist Temple

Buddhist temple in Singapore



is a suburb in northwestern Singapore


Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

Largest Buddhist temple in Singapore


Wild Wild Wet

Water theme park in Singapore


Arab Street

area in Singapore


we will see


Singapore is Linzy's home and at the current time, we're visiting this city every year! It's a misunderstood city, often because of brief encounters for logistic reasons on route to places like Australia, however the food is incredible (and cheap if you look in the right place!) and nature exists in Jon's favorite place Pulau Ubin. It has it all and is the perfect introduction to Asia for the westerner.


Singapore (Chinese: 新加坡; Malay: Singapura; Tamil: சிங்கப்பூர்) is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Singapore was founded as a British trading colony in 1819, and since independence, it has become one of the world's most prosperous countries and boasts one of the world's busiest ports. Singaporean food is legendary, with bustling hawker centres and 24-hour coffee shops offering affordable food from all parts of Asia. Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant nightlife scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover or springboard into the region.

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No uncle(s), no owls in Singapore

“Uncle” is an affectionate term we use in Singapore to address a male adult in his forties to seventies, even though we might not be family. Uncle Bangpao is my father's friend of more than thirty years. He lives around the eastern side of Singapore and does his morning walks at Pasir Ris Park. He

The (little known) wildlife of Singapore – Part [II]

Before setting up birdfeeders on our roof and learning about backyard birds, I would have identified most of them as “little birds”. But today, there are so many feathered friends that I can recognise in San Francisco. Heading back to Singapore with the insightful iNaturalist mobile app marks a new chapter in my life. In

The (little known) wildlife of Singapore – Part [I]

When I was seven, my family moved from downtown Singapore up north. Back in those days, Yishun was not just the countryside, but a jungle of sorts. My father wanted his children to grow up with nature and wildlife. My brother and I grew up spotting monitor lizards cross the roads and once brought an

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Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia, on the Malay peninsula, as well as on northern Borneo. The country is one of Asia's new tiger economies, having seen great economic and human development during the last decades. While the capital Kuala Lumpur is a cosmopolitan city, deep jungles cover some of the land.



Indonesia is a huge archipelago of diverse islands scattered over both sides of the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. With more than 260 million people, Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world — after China, India and the USA — and by far the largest in Southeast Asia. While it has land borders with Malaysia to the north and East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the east, its exclusive economic zone also abuts Australia to the south; Palau, the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, and Thailand to the north; and India to the northwest. With an extensive, but quickly carved out amount of green forests on all of its islands and half way between the poles, Indonesia is nicknamed The Emerald of the Equator.

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