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TTG Your(H)SGSALES0812_Post Arrivals_TTG OGM March 17_95x156mm(H)_FLO-R2.pd Official Companion to Discovering Singapore MCI (P) 133 07 2016 March 2017 DID YOU KNOW Helix Bridge is the longest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. Opened in April 2010 the 280m long bridge is also the world s first curved double helix bridge. The bridge provides a link between The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and ArtScience Museum to the Youth Olympic Park as well as to nearby attractions such as The Singapore Flyer and Esplanade Theatres On The Bay. Considered an architectural and engineering marvel the bridge is designed with a unique spiral steel structure that is modelled after the structure of DNA. It is a symbol of life and continuity renewal everlasting abundance and growth. Discover other interesting facts about Singapore at www.singaporetravelholic.com Photo Singapore Tourism Board March Contents 5 2 3 4 5 9 10 Welcome To Singapore Meet The Concierge Tourist Talk March Scene Singapore-Inspired Creations Shopping Scene Catch David Foster Chaka Khan Esperanza Spalding Incognito and other accomplished jazz artists at Singapore International Jazz Festival 14 18 20 22 26 28 32 Tourist Privileges Food Scene Nightlife Scene Maps Arts & Theatre Sightseeing Attractions Health & Wellness Essential Information Getting Around Beyond Singapore 7 Whimsical enchanting ballet based on a story by E.T.A. Hoffmann Photo Nicolethen Studio 34 38 42 COVER Resorts World Sentosa Exclusive Partners The Official Singapore Guide Map is endorsed by Les Clefs d Or Singapore and supported by Singapore Hotel Association. Photo Fort by Maison Ikkoku Singapore Hotel Association 20 Bespoke cocktails with omakase dinner Two crossed golden keys and a lion s head represent the society of the Golden Keys an international network of men and women who serve as concierges in the world s leading hotels. www.clefsdor.org.sg 1 The Official Singapore Guide Map Photo Sing Jazz Welcome To Singapore Jazz fans will not want to miss the fourth edition of the Singapore International Jazz Festival (p. 5) the country s largest jazz festival. This year s festival features multi Grammy Award winners Corinne Bailey Rae David Foster and Esperanza Spalding queen of funk-soul Chaka Khan British DJ Gilles Peterson American funk bassist and vocalist Nik West and British acid jazz act Incognito. A new addition this year is the Late Show which combines live performances played out in an intimate club atmosphere. Ballet fans must catch Copp lia (p. 7) one of the world s most whimsical and enchanted ballets. Presented by Singapore Dance Theatre the joyous ballet radiates revelry and merriment throughout the three acts. Before heading for the mall in search of that perfect gift for those back home or a souvenir for yourself check out our Singapore-Inspired Creations section (p. 9) for ideas. Cocktail lovers who want to enjoy innovative tipples with a hearty dinner should make a beeline for Fort by Maison Ikkoku (p. 20) at Fort Canning Arts Centre. For more ideas on how to live it up in Singapore check out www.singaporetravelholic.com. The website contains feature articles events maps and more. Have a wonderful time in Singapore Editor Coleen Leong coleen.leong ttgasia.com Sales & Marketing Jaslin Poh jaslin.poh ttgasia.com Coleen Leong Editor Admin & Distribution Joanna Foo joanna.foo ttgasia.com Graphic Designer Tan Swee Min Associate Publisher Cecilia Teo cecilia.teo ttgasia.com Managing Director Darren Ng The Official Singapore Guide Map is published monthly by 1 Science Park Road 04-07 The Capricorn Singapore Science Park II Singapore 117528 Tel 6395 7575 Fax 6536 2938 tourism ttgasia.com www.singaporetravelholic.com Reg. No. 200003277C Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this guide is accurate at the time of printing. TTG Asia Media Pte Ltd and Les Clefs d Or Singapore cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracy or omission that may occur as a result of last-minute changes or by statements claimed in the advertisements. TTG Asia Media Pte Ltd and Les Clefs d Or Singapore will not assume any responsibility or liability for the products and services offered in the advertisements as they are provided under the terms and conditions as determined by such advertisers. Advertisements in this publication cannot be construed as an endorsement or recommendation of such a product or service by TTG Asia Media Pte Ltd and Les Clefs d Or Singapore. 2 Meet The You ve been in guest relations for... I have five years of front office experience. As with many of my prior roles the front office role combines both concierge and guest relations services. The best thing about your Holiday Inn Express Singapore Katong job is... Offering a personalised touch and bringing smiles to guests and colleagues. Most people don t know that concierges... Are like encyclopaedias for tourists. Apart from providing guest relations services such as giving directions and making taxi bookings we have an extensive knowledge on local hangouts and must-dos in Singapore which we are ever-ready to share with guests. Describe yourself in three words. Disciplined organised funny. Singapore s best-kept secret is... Its food of course Food sampling is an educational and interesting way to learn about the history and culture of a destination and Holiday Inn Express Singapore Katong is just walking distance from many dining and entertainment outlets in the vibrant Katong area. If you weren t a concierge you d be... A receptionist or customer service representative. Before leaving Singapore tourists should... Pick up some Singlish (Singapore s unique language) words like shiok and lah Jeremy Sim Guest Service Leader The best way to explore Singapore is by... Taking the MRT. It provides a glimpse of day-today Singaporean life as well as a snapshot of the country s multi-cultural society. What s more the MRT is generally efficient and affordable. For value-for-money shopping you tell guests to... Visit Bugis Street or Mustafa Centre. A good Singapore souvenir is... Pandan chiffon cake from Bengawan Solo. When friends are in town you take them for a drink at... One of the watering holes at Ann Siang Hill Club Street Clarke Quay or Boat Quay or Tanjong Beach Club on Sentosa Island. Those wanting a romantic dinner for two should consider... Spuds & Aprons at Faber Peak Singapore. If you had a free day in Singapore you d... Venture away from the city and explore the rustic charms of Pulau Ubin. The Official Singapore Guide Map 3 Tourist Talk Sarah Oakleaf 45 Housewife from Santa Cruz California What brings you to Singapore A family visit and a short tour of Southeast Asia. What surprises you most about Singapore As Singapore is a world-class city and destination I somehow thought that I had to be on good (read stuffy ) behaviour. But everyone whom I ve met in the city was friendly helpful and gracious. They put me at ease and I got to relax and enjoy myself. SARAH S TIP If you re not accustomed to the heat drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. You may want to consider doing your sightseeing or other activities early in the day or later in the evening and take a mid-day siesta. For American visitors note that not all restrooms in Singapore provide toilet paper. Hence plan to bring your own supply of toilet paper tissue or wet wipes. The best thing about Singapore is... The Singapore Botanic Gardens. What a stunning show of beauty and wonder I was impressed with how full prolific and well tended the gardens were. I used to sell some of the same plants in my shop in the US but not one of them look anywhere as gorgeous as those thriving in the Gardens. Any complaints As an American I am not a fan of squat toilets Before arriving here you wish you d known... How hot and humid Singapore is. There s no photograph that can adequately convey the city s heat and humidity. I would have liked more time at the Singapore Botanic Gardens and would have planned differently had I known in advance about the humidity factor. Before your visit what had you heard about Singapore I was told that it is a fine city Ate anything strange here Not very strange but I tried deer and found it considerably better than the first time I had it some years ago. You ate the best food at... A variety of places. I like the kaya toast at YY Kafei Dian roti prata and yellow watermelon from a stall in Geylang. I also enjoyed the scrumptious Eggless Chocolate Truffle Cake from Cedele. Your best buy was... The Plants and Flowers of Malaysia book. Describe Singapore in two words. Yes please The highlight of your trip was... The hop-on hop-off bus tour which was a great way to get around Singapore at my own pace. 4 March Scene Rudimental Singapore International Jazz Festival & The Late Show 2017 31 March 2 April Events Plaza at Marina Bay Sands & Sands Expo and Convention Centre Hall F Jazz fans will not want to miss this celebration of jazz-inspired music billed as one of Singapore s premier jazz festivals. Called Sing Jazz for short the Festival is back for its fourth edition to present a diverse collection of international artists who are performing on an outdoor Main Stage overlooking the Singapore River. A new addition this year is The Late Show which merges VIP table service world-class live DJ and improvisation performances. Late-night partygoers and clubbers can look forward to music sets performed by international artists and DJs such as industry stalwart Incognito electronic duo Basement Jaxx Al McKay s Earth Wind & Fire Experience as well as multiple platinum and Brit Award winners Rudimental (DJ Set). Showtimes Main Festival 31 March 5pm 10.30pm 1 & 2 April 4pm 10.30pm The Late Show 31 March & 1 April 10pm 4am Tickets (from www.marinabaysands.com ticketing and www.sistic.com.sg) From 108 ARTISTE LINE-UP MAIN STAGE 31 March Aaron James Lee Trio Corinne Bailey Rae Giles Peterson with Zara McFarlane Band featuring Nubya Garcia and MC Earl Zinger 1 April Esperanza Spalding Raw Earth BB King Tribute Ray Parker Jr. Youssou Ndour & Le Super Etoile de Dakar www.sing-jazz.com The Official Singapore Guide Map This year s line-up of music stars on the Main Stage include multi Grammy Award winners Corinne Bailey Rae David Foster and Esperanza Spalding queen of funk-soul Chaka Khan British DJ Gilles Peterson American funk bassist and vocalist Nik West Senegalese Grammy Award winner Youssou Ndour and Le Super Etoile de Dakar and American singer-songwriter and guitarist Raul Midon. 2 April Adam Hall The Velvet Playboys Feat & Alemay Fernandez Hitman David Foster & Friends (Brian McKnight Chaka Khan Thirdstory Dira Sugandi Nick Zavior) Nik West Raul Midon THE LATE SHOW 31 March Al McKay s Earth Wind & Fire Experience Basement Jaxx (DJ Set) 1 April Incognito Rudimental (DJ Set) 5 Photo Sing Jazz March Scene ITSY The Musical 24 March 2 April Victoria Theatre Be transported to a dazzling world that explodes with glorious colours stunning effects and enchanting music at this musical which is directed by awardwinning Singaporean playwright Chong Tze Chien. Showtimes Friday & Saturday 8pm Sunday 3pm Tickets (from www.sistic.com.sg) Preview show on 24 March 40 50 60 70 Standard show 45 55 65 75 Featuring a dazzling display of puppetry and live action the musical brings to mind the nursery rhyme Itsy Bitsy Spider and is sure to rock your world and senses with its imagination and craft. At the heart of the musical is the powerful and moving story about the bond between a grandfather and his grandchild. Grandpa seeks his lost grandson in a nursery rhyme world terrorised by Itsy Bitsy Spider and his eight-legged army. In his search grandpa is reacquainted with familiar and colourful friends from the nursery rhymes that he used to sing to his grandson. Unwittingly he ends up being their hero the chosen one against the spiders. To save his newfound friends from the eight-legged terror an epic war ensues between the spiders and his assembled army comprising an unfortunate pair of siblings Jack and Jill the directionless Three Blind Mice the fragile Humpty Dumpty and the Twinkle Little Star. Meanwhile his grandson reappears in a form that sends shivers down grandpa s spine. www.facebook.com Fingerplayers Photo Derrick Chew 6 Photo Tuckys Photography March Scene 16 19 March Esplanade Theatre Ballet fans get set for a colourful spectacle of joyous dancing during this three-act ballet. Copp lia Showtimes Thursday & Friday 8pm Saturday 1pm & 8pm Sunday 1pm & 7pm Tickets 35 55 75 from SISTIC (www.sistic.com.sg) Presented by the Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) the whimsical and enchanting Copp lia is one of the world s most well-known ballets. Based on a story by E.T.A. Hoffmann the ballet tells the light-hearted tale of the mysterious village toy-maker Dr Copp lius who owns a beautiful life-sized mechanical doll named Copp lia. A village youth named Franz betrothed to the beautiful Swanilda becomes infatuated with Copp lia not knowing that she is just a doll. The magic and fun begins when Swanilda disguised as Copp lia springs to life The euphoric ballet was first performed by the SDT in 1995 with staging by Colin Peasley of The Australian Ballet. With original choreography by Arthur St. L on Copp lia is staged with additional choreography by Janek Schergen. The magical production is set to a ballet libretto by Charles Nuittier with music by L o Delibes. www.singaporedancetheatre.com The Official Singapore Guide Map 7 Photos Nicolethen Studio Local Culture Do As The Locals Do Here are five ways to experience Singapore like a seasoned local. 1. Try Durian When in season the spiky shell strong smelling king of fruits is sold in Chinatown and Geylang. The D24 Mao Shan Wang (Cat Mountain King) and XO varieties are the most expensive and popular. Prices can range from as low as 5 per fruit for the lowest grade to 18 per kg for Mao Shan Wang so confirm the price beforehand to avoid being overcharged. 2. Eat Ice Cream With Bread Get an ice cream sandwich from a mobile ice-cream vendor for about 1. Try a local flavour like red bean sweet corn mango or durian which is not as pungent as the fruit itself or the standard chocolate vanilla strawberry or mint flavours. The ice cream is served on a slice of soft rainbow bread. Fold the bread and eat it like a hot dog 3. Drink Coffee At Local Coffee Shop Get your caffeine fix at a local coffee shop or kopitiam instead of a western coffee chain. Every neighbourhood has a kopitiam which serves kopi (coffee with condensed milk) kopi-si (coffee with evaporated milk and sugar) kopi-o (coffee with sugar but without milk) kopi-si-kosong (coffee with evaporated milk and no sugar) and kopi-siu dai (coffee with condensed milk and less sugar) priced from 80 cents per cup. 4. Speak Singlish Impress the locals by speaking Singlish Singapore s non-stardard variety of English mixed with various local languages and dialects. It has a unique grammatical structure and a single sentence can comprise English Malay and Hokkien words. Here are a few popular Singlish phrases Lah (lah) Used at the end of sentences for emphasis I don t like chocolate lah Paiseh (pie-say) Hokkien term for embarassing or shy So paiseh I forgot your name. Shiok (shee-oak) Fantastic or awesome That char kway teow was so shiok Walao (wah-lau) Hokkien term for annoyance disbelief exasperation frustration or surprise Walao how can she just cut the queue 5. Reserve A Seat With An Object Reserve or chope a seat with a packet of tissue paper umbrella water bottle book or bag at a hawker centre or food court. It is common practice to reserve a seat this way especially during peak hours so look out for these items and do the same to chope your place before buying your food. 8 Photo Singapore Tourism Board Singapore-Inspired Creations Bring home a slice of Singapore. Here are two locally-inspired items to consider. All-Natural Face Mask Made with plant-based ingredients and Asian herbs this Beauty Warrior Face Mask in French Green Clay by homegrown artisan skincare label Handmade Heroes is specially crafted to remove impurities rejuvenate dull skin and tighten pores. French green clay draws out toxins and excess oils from the skin the antioxidant turmeric and stimulating ginger work to brighten up the skin and counter redness while peppermint and vitamin E refresh and nourish the skin. The mask can also double as an effective face exfoliator. Just add a few more drops of water or herbal tea to it and slather it onto the skin in a gentle circular motion. www.handmade-heroes.com www.amazon.com www.naiise.com all Naiise stores Slice of Life at Isetan Scotts (Level 2) 24.90 Plates With Singapore Architecture These elegant Singapore Architecture Collection porcelain plates by lifestyle store Supermama are designed by local designer Ella Zheng and made by craftsmen from Japanese ceramic company Kihara in Arita Japan. The 15cm plates pay tribute to the Singapore River once the centre of trade in Singapore s early days which has helped to develop the country s architectural landscape and economy. The plates also feature Marina Bay Bras Basah Kampong Glam and Katong. The Singapore River is used as a connecting point between the plates to provide a fun element for collectors to mix and match the plates and create their own Singapore landscape. Each plate comes with a book detailing the stories and little-known facts about the architecture and elements featured on the plates. Founded by husband-and-wife design duo Edwin and Meiling Low Supermama works with local designers and art studios and traditional craft facilities in Japan to produce meaningful contemporary gifts to represent the Singapore culture so that everyone can own a piece of heritage. Photos Supermama supermamastore.com Supermama Flagship Store (265 Beach Road) Supermama Museum Store Singapore Art Museum ( 01-04) Supermama Esplanade Mall ( 02-04) 36 per plate The Official Singapore Guide Map Photo Handmade Heroes 9 Shopping Scene Malls Galore Singapore is known as a shopper s paradise thanks to its plethora of malls and shopping centres that offer something for everyone. Great Shopping Street The famous Orchard Road shopping belt offers countless shopping options with its many malls. Start at Palais Renaissance which houses upmarket fashion shoe and hair boutiques. The futuristic-looking ION Orchard houses fashion-forward brands such as Alice & Olivia Comme des Garcons and Bimba Y Lola. It also houses duplex flagship stores including Louis Vuitton and Prada. Next door is Wisma Atria which houses brands like Coach Tory Burch and Seafolly and is anchored by department store Isetan. It also has links to Ngee Ann City home to anchor tenant Takashimaya which has over 180 specialty stores boutiques and restaurants that offer a wide selection of chic designer labels iconic food brands and lifestyle merchandise. Over at Wheelock Place are British retailer Marks & Spencer s flagship store and American shoe company TOMS which is known for its one-for-one movement. TANGS Orchard department store offers a wide range of items under one roof while Scotts Square is home to Michael Kors first standalone boutique in Singapore. Just across Ngee Ann City is the upmarket Paragon. Its Orchard Road fa ade is fronted by top international brands with duplex stores like Gucci Salvatore Ferragamo Tod s and Miu Miu. The Gucci flagship store has a five-storey exterior which is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. Mandarin Gallery has four duplexes which house Max Mara Michael Kors Rimowa and Victoria s Secret and new-to-market brands such as atomi and Bathing Ape. The star of Orchard Building is the 30 000sqft Southeast Asian flagship store of Swedish fashion retailer H&M. Just above Somerset MRT Station is 313 somerset which has mid-level fashion and lifestyle outlets including Zara Mango Forever 21 Promod Love Bonito and Rip Curl. Next to it sits Orchard Central Singapore s tallest vertical mall which houses European designers indie labels and local couturiers and a range of world cuisines. 10 Waterfront Shopping Located just across Sentosa Island is VivoCity Singapore s largest shopping mall. It is home to fashion boutiques including Gap s first store in Southeast Asia eateries and Singapore s largest cinema multiplex. Some of the world s most desirable luxury brands can be found at Luxury Fashion at Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island. Stores include Victoria s Secret Coach Michael Kors Tumi Versace Kate Spade New York and Swiss Watch Gallery. Marina Bay Malls For more luxury shopping head over to The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. One of the mall s star attractions is the Louis Vuitton Island Maison store housed in a one-of-akind glass and steel floating Crystal Pavilion where shoppers enter via an underwater tunnel. Designed with an emphasis on Chinese geomancy Suntec City boasts over 380 retail establishments and is famous for its Fountain of Wealth which was accorded the status of World s Largest Fountain in the 1998 edition of the Guinness Book of Records. At Millenia Walk you ll find bespoke apparel and shoe stores Ed Et Al Shoemakers Rossi Mr. Bulli & Sons and van Laack and desirable brands like B&W Bowers & Wilkins Bose and The Hour Glass. A stone s throw away is Marina Square which offers a wide range of highstreet fashion boutiques such as Desigual Massimo Dutti and Zara as well as consumer technology and lifestyle products. Located above City Hall MRT Station and linked to Marina Square and Suntec City Mall via the Marina Link and One Raffles Link walkways is Raffles City Shopping Centre. The four-storey mall has a number of luxury stores including agn s b. Coach and Kate Spade and Robinsons department store. A short walk away is Bugis Street Singapore s largest street shopping location. With 600 concept stores offering a vast range of products it has something for everyone. Linked to City Hall MRT Station is CityLink Mall Singapore s first underground mall. Another subterranean mall is Marina Bay Link Mall situated directly below The Lawn Marina Bay and connected to the Raffles Place MRT Station through an underground pedestrian network. Go West IMM Singapore s largest outlet mall is home to about 60 outlet stores that offer up to 80 percent discounts all year round. Outlet stores include agn s b. Coach Desigual Furla and Nine West. The mall is a 5-minute walk from Jurong East MRT Station. Catch free shuttle buses to IMM from JCube or Westgate shopping malls located close to the MRT station. The Official Singapore Guide Map Photo VivoCity Photo TANGS 11 Tourist Privileges Bugis Street Exclusively For Tourists Present your passport along with your shopping receipts at the concierge or customer service counters of these malls to redeem free gifts or enjoy exclusive discounts and special deals. 313 somerset www.313somerset.com.sg Spend 150 and get an exclusive 313 gift (while stocks last). 150 313 () Bugis Street www.bugisstreet.com.sg Present this page together with your passport at the Singapore Souvenir Centre (Unit ABFL C) on Level 1 to redeem a free goodie bag. 1 ION Orchard www.ionorchard.com Spend 5 000 and enjoy a complimentary limousine airport transfer. 5 000 Orchard Central www.orchardcentral.com.sg Spend 100 (maximum two receipts) to redeem a 10 shopping voucher. Check in-store for more details. 100 (2) 10 14 Takashimaya www.takashimaya.com.sg Pick up your Takashimaya Tourist Privileges Booklet (from Customer Service Centre on Level 3 Cashier Counters on Level 1 or The Atrium on Level 1) to enjoy up to 20 percent off as well as tax free shopping at Takashimaya Department Store. Terms & conditions apply 20% ( ) TANGS www.tangs.com.sg Spend 250 and receive a limited-edition Tin Trunk Elephant a hand-painted 7cm elephant replica produced by the Elephant Parade in aid of elephant conservation. 250 7 VivoCity www.vivocity.com.sg Spend 200 at any shop in HarbourFront Centre to redeem a 10 Mapletree Voucher. (limited to the first 100 redemptions per month) Pick up your HAVE Privilege Card and present it at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf ( 02-124) to redeem a free 5 drink voucher (limited to the first 200 redemptions per month) maximum three same-day receipts 200 10 H.A.V.E.2 Candylicious 5 Candylicious (200 ) 3 The Official Singapore Guide Map 15 Local Favourites Singapore s multi-ethnic culture and heritage has served up a multitude of colourful cuisines each with its own unique flavour and aroma. There are amazing dining choices almost everywhere you turn in Singapore which could make it difficult to know where to begin Here are some local food you shouldn t miss Chilli Crab Chilli crab hits all the right spots with tangy gravy that seeps into the succulent flesh of the stir-fried crab. Hainanese Chicken Rice This delectable dish can be found at almost every dining spot from humble hawker centres to high-end restaurants. Fried Carrot Cake Contrary to its name there s nary a tinge of orange in the local fried carrot cake a flavourful dish that comes in the monochrome colours of black or white. Laksa The laksa broth offers the right balance of spice and coconut milk a distinctive noodle soup that will tickle the tastebuds. Kaya Toast This simple dish is the ultimate comfort food for those with a sweet tooth offering the right mix of crunch and sugar rush. 16 Roti Prata This Indian specialty is pleasing to the palate and the eye. Watch the pratamaker stretch the dough by slapping and swinging it in one skilful motion. Visit YourSingapore.com to discover more things to see and do Visitor Information GST Refund As a tourist in Singapore you can claim a refund on the 7 per cent Goods and Services Tax (GST) under the Tourist Tax Refund Scheme if you make any purchases of more than S 100 at participating shops and it s super easy too 1. Look out for these signs at the shops. 2. Choose one credit debit card as a Token for tagging your purchases. Don t forget to ask for your eTRS Ticket original invoice or receipt 3. Apply for your tax refund at the eTRS kiosk located at the airport or international cruise centres. Be sure to file your GST claims before checking in your goods. 4. At the eTRS kiosk swipe your assigned Token to retrieve your purchase details. Otherwise scan your eTRS Tickets to retrieve your purchase details. 5. You can choose to have the refund credited directly into your credit card at the eTRS kiosk or get cash refund. If you choose the latter (available only at Changi International Airport) proceed to the Central Refund Counter after the immigration checks. For more information and eligibility for GST refunds please visit www.iras.gov.sg Shopping Tips For a pleasant shopping experience compare prices enquire about refund policies and check the invoice as well as the warranty of the product before making a purchase. Retain your receipts to enjoy tourist refund. More information and shopping tips can be found on the Consumer Advisory section at YourSingapore. com (under Traveller Essentials ). For assistance or to flag inappropriate retailer behaviour call 1800 736 2000 or email feedback stb.gov.sg. Connectivity Register for free public Wi-Fi service with your foreign mobile number at any Wireless SG hotspot across Singapore and receive your login details via SMS. Overseas charges may apply. Alternatively you can rent a pocket Wi-Fi device at Singapore Visitor Centre (orchardgateway) or Changi Recommends at Changi Airport. Buy a Singapore prepaid SIM card from Singapore Visitor Centre (orchardgateway) Changi Recommends and telecommunication retail shops located at the airport major shopping malls and convenience stores island-wide. Visitor Centres Singapore Visitor Centre Orchard 216 Orchard Road (Next to orchardgateway emerald) 8.30am to 9.30pm daily MRT station Somerset (NS23) Singapore Visitor Centre ION Orchard ION Orchard Level 1 Concierge 10am to 10pm daily MRT station Orchard (NS24) Chinatown Visitor Centre 2 Banda Street (Behind Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum) 9am to 9pm daily MRT station Chinatown (NE4) Touristline 1800 736 2000 (toll-free in Singapore) (65) 6736 2000 (from overseas) 9am to 6pm (Monday to Friday excluding Public Holidays) The Official Singapore Guide Map 17 Food Scene Photo Singapore Tourism Board Makansutra Gluttons Bay Popular Food Centres The crux of enjoying the best eats at a food centre is that if you see a queue printed accolades or newspaper articles at the stall the food is usually worth trying or waiting for. If you see a packet of tissue on the seat or table it means the seat is taken. That s how it works here especially during lunch hours in the Central Business District. ION Orchard Food & Heritage Trail ION Orchard Basement 3 Monday Friday 11am Treat your taste buds to an array of Singaporean flavours at this food trail. Sample kueh (Straits Chinese-style cakes) from Bengawan Solo bakwa (barbecued pork) from Lim Chee Guan kaya (coconut jam) toast from Ya Kun Kaya Toast and ginseng tea from Eu Yan Sang which specialises in Chinese herbs and medicine. End the trail on a high at ION Sky the tallest point on Orchard Road where you can get a bird s-eye view of iconic heritage districts. Register at ION s B3 Concierge Counter by 10.45am (maximum 10 adults per session). Show your passport to receive a 5 F&B voucher when you sign up. Geylang Area Getting There Best by taxi Geylang is known for late-night eateries that serve a variety of specialty local cuisine such as frog s leg congee dim sum claypot rice and silky bean curd. Coincidentally this area is also Singapore s red-light district. Makansutra Gluttons Bay Where Esplanade. Open Mon-Thu 5pm2am Fri & Sat 5pm-3am Sun 4pm-1am Sample a variety of local street food such as satay oyster omelette and fried carrot cake prepared by hawkers specially handpicked by founder KF Seetoh. Lau Pa Sat Where Boon Tat Street Known for alfresco satay hawkers in the evenings Lau Pa Sat is in the heart of the business district. It is also the largest Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Maxwell Food Centre Getting There Chinatown MRT There are many famous stalls at this food centre. One of them sells kuay chap a dish of noodles with pig s innards. Newton Food Centre Getting There Newton MRT. Open Noon to 2am Order seafood dishes such as barbecued stingray jumbo prawns and chilli crab. Have a bowl of porridge ice kachang dessert or try a pungent durian fruit if you dare. 18 Check For Deals Before You Go www.touristdeals.sg From shopping and dining to sightseeing and entertainment TTG Tourist Deals helps you to save more so that you can do much more in Singapore TTG Tourist Deals Want more tips on exploring Singapore Visit www.singaporetravelholic.com for online guides maps and other tourist resources. www.singaporetravelholic.com . Nightlife Scene Bar Spotlight Bespoke Cocktails With Hearty Eats Cocktail lovers who want to enjoy innovative tipples with a hearty dinner under one roof should make a beeline for Fort by Maison Ikkoku ( 01-02 03 Fort Canning Arts Centre). FREE COCKTAIL Complimentary seasonal shot with every purchase of 68 omakase 12-course menu when you present this page. Founded by award-winning mixologist Ethan Leslie Leong the 1 -yearold restaurant and bar serves sushi rolls Japanese seafood rice bowls carpaccio live Irish oysters sliders a five-course menu with cocktail pairings and a 68 omakase 12-course menu all created by Leong who is also an accomplished chef. Drinkswise Leong has crafted a wide range of creative cocktails using infused spirits made in-house fresh fruits and herbs that pair well with the dishes served as well as bespoke creations personalised for drinkers based on their preferences. The veteran mixologist is also the brains behind 5-year-old bar and restaurant Maison Ikkoku (20 Kandahar Street Level 2) which was voted and awarded Best Cocktail Bar by Singaporeans for two consecutive years (2015 and 2016). Fort s interiors designed by the multi-talented Leong exude an industrial chic yet intimate vibe with its dim lighting from a handful of Edison bulb pendant light fixtures and oldfashioned oil lamps on the table ceiling with exposed pipes bare concrete walls polished copper-top table propped up by railway sleepers black swivel bar chairs and red velvet curtains. Diners and drinkers sit around the bar the The Farm domain of passionate Italian resident mixologist Matteo Cadeddu who can whip up your favourite cocktail or craft one that will not only thrill your taste buds but also your eyes as it often comes dressed with flowers tomatoes and even a quick 20 Photos Fort by Maison Ikkoku The Fort burst of flame. Just let him know what flavours you like (or don t like) and he ll come up with a smooth and well-balanced concoction that is guaranteed to hit the spot. Standing out from the rest the bar creates its own infusions such as strawberry vodka daisy vodka pandan (screwpine leaf) vodka blue cheese gin and earl grey gin using a RotoVap (rotary evaporator) a distillation apparatus which take pride of place on the bar. Whisky fans must try the bar s popular Antibiotic cocktail a sweet smoky concoction of whisky fresh ginger and lemongrass infused with the aroma of burning bourbon wood served in a bottle that has cheeky warning quotes on its label. Those who have a penchant for mixing their own drinks can sign up for Fort s mixology class The Art of Balancing to pick up invaluable tips from the experts. The small open-concept kitchen helmed by resident chef Francis Fong churns out signature offerings such as The Farm black pork cooked sous vide for three days till fork-tender then roasted and Antibiotic served with beetroot mash edamame and grated purple baby carrots The Sea a seabed-inspired dish of raw Hokkaido scallop Irish oyster ikura tobiko ebiko and dehydrated seaweed layered on a bed of sea salt ice and The Fort a spicy maki roll filled with maguro Japanese cucumber and Leong s addictive secret homemade chilli sauce topped with onion sprouts. The omakase menu offers something for every palate. Standouts include the ultra comforting Smoked Goose Conchiglie with Parmigiano-Reggiano and Truffle Oil the juicy Lamb Slider and the east-meets-west Lobster Tom Yam Bisque which boasts a rich and flavourful prawn stock. www.facebook.com fortbymaisonikkoku The Official Singapore Guide Map 21 PE ND ER RO AD K RO AD E AD RS RO G ON AMP MO FABER RO AD A RO D MO WI SH AR T RT SH A RO AD MO U Faber Peak Singapore Singapore Cable Car AYER WI TE M FA BE R NT UN T H GA AN BL RAJAH EXPRESSWAY (AYE) U HR BA HOTELS P KE ILL LH PE RO A K LO TE D A RO D G EN G O AD RO NG AD RO R OA D K H GA AN BL I SEA H TEL HarbourFont Bus Interchange Seah Im Food Centre OK BL A NGA H WES T TELOK MAR AN G M ROAD LO TE ROAD COAST HIGHWAY BLANGAH ROAD Bay Hotel Singapore RON T AV E Merrill Lynch HarbourFront WALK DR L BA Y BOU RF HARBOURFRONT PL NE1 CC29 HarbourFront Prima Flour Mill Ltd EL KEPP DR 5 KE PP E HAR SENTOSA Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Bay Hotel Singapore Beach Villas Capella Singapore Costa Sands Resorts (Sentosa) Crockfords Tower Equarius Hotel ESPA at Resorts World Sentosa Festive Hotel Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Hotel Michael Le M ridien Singapore Sentosa Shangri-La s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa Siloso Beach Resort Sentosa Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa W Singapore - Sentosa Cove Keppel Bay Tower HarbourFront Tower 1 Sentosa Express (Sentosa station at VivoCity Lobby Level 3) St. James Power Station HARBOURFRONT GATEWAY Pulau Keppel HarbourFront Tower 2 Singapore Cruise Centre PEL KEP PEL KE P AL MIN T ER 6 DR AVE Jetty SILOSO R OA Adventure Cove Waterpark Dolphin Island D S.E.A. 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All Rights Reserved. Arts & Theatre Theatre Spotlight Rabbit Tales A Peter Rabbit Tale Till 14 April KC Arts Centre Home of SRT Join Peter the rabbit on a musical adventure of new places and new faces as he discovers the importance of family and the wonderful freedom of being yourself. Showtimes Weekdays 10am Weekends & public holiday 11am & 2pm Tickets from SISTIC (www.sistic.com.sg) Weekdays 25 28 95 107 Weekends & public holiday 35 38 48 129 141 163 175 family package of four plus TLC CD Vol. 2 Presented by Singapore Repertory Includes a photo-taking session with the Theatre s The Little Company the cast in costume coming-of-age tale is based on the beloved children s classic by Beatrix Potter and beautifully reimagined by Sarah Bundt. family package of four Peter is tired of doing the chores and dealing with his goody two-shoes twin sisters. It looks like the only option for him is to leave his warm rabbit hole and run away into the big world somewhere he can do whatever he wants and be free of responsibility. As Peter struggles to live with other animals he begins to realise that life at home might not have been so bad after all. Sophisticated Date Play Constellations 8 25 March 8pm KC Arts Centre Home of SRT The winner of the best play category at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards this play by British playwright Nick Payne took Broadway by storm in 2015 following the London run. Join Marianne and Roland on their spellbinding romance that repeats over a course of vignettes. One a physicist the other a beekeeper their lives play out in an infinite number of realities. Watch how their relationship moves along different trajectories in a multiverse that spans time and space. Tickets from SISTIC (www.sistic.com.sg) 8 & 9 March 35 45 Monday to Thursday 45 55 Friday & Saturday 50 & 60 A love story set in the landscape of string theory Constellations defies the world as we know it. A sophisticated and clever play about two people and infinite possibilities. www.srt.com.sg 26 Arts & Theatre Esplanade Theatres On The Bay Earl Lu Gallery 1 McNally Street This college gallery houses more than 800 modern paintings sculptures prints installation and multimedia artworks by emerging local and Asian artists. Esplanade Theatres On The Bay 1 Esplanade Drive This iconic waterfront arts centre houses a concert hall theatre outdoor performance spaces restaurants and shops. MICA Building 140 Hill Street Houses a public sculpture foyer and many independent galleries representing local Asian and European artists and sculptors. Objectifs Centre for Photography & Filmmaking 155 Middle Road A contemporary visual arts centre with a darkroom for hire exhibitions and screenings. Also offers workshops and short courses with a modern Asian perspective. Singapore Repertory Theatre 20 Merbau Road Located by the riverside in a hub of bars and restaurants this historical conservation warehouse shows the best in local theatre productions and award-winning works from around the world. Telok Kurau Studios 91 Lorong J Telok Kurau This is an arts exchange and exhibition centre that has 30 art studios The Official Singapore Guide Map occupied by many award-winning local artists. Bohemians trade their wares in the monthly outdoor flea market. The Arts House 1 Old Parliament Lane Singapore s oldest Government building is now a contemporary arts venue with riverfront restaurants and bars that occupies the former premise of the Parliamentary Debating Chamber. The Substation 45 Armenian Street Visit Singapore s first alternative multi-disciplinary arts centre for the cutting edge. Check out small but radical shows workshops films and performances by talented local artists who are out to challenge the norm. University Cultural Centre 50 Kent Ridge Crescent Besides acts by budding varsity arts groups and local dance and theatre companies this centre has hosted grand performances by virtuosos such as Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. Beside the centre is a three-storey museum of Asian artworks and artefacts. Victoria Theatre 9 Empress Place Located by the river where Sir Stamford Raffles made his landing this recently-refurbished grand old dame of theatres has hosted decades of world-class orchestras and ballets. More ART www.singaporetravelholic.com 27 Sightseeing Attractions Little India Varied Experiences Singapore has many unique and memorable experiences to offer. You can interact with endangered animals at the Singapore Zoo Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari or stroll along historical sites in Chinatown Little India and the Muslim quarters of Geylang Serai and Kampong Glam. For a taste of rural existence charter a Chinese junk boat to a nearby island. Enjoy an idyllic day on the beach with tropical marine life or watch fishermen go about their languid daily routine. Ethnic Enclaves Chinatown Sip on snake-infused wine get your fortune read by a geomancer eat durian haggle over handicrafts and antiques and see a clog-maker at work. There are many acclaimed small eateries in this area. Getting There Chinatown MRT Station (NE4). Geylang Serai Here s where you can find the largest concentration of shops and restaurants offering Muslim cuisine and ethnic goods arts and craft. Getting There From Paya Lebar MRT Station (EW8) walk towards Geylang Road. Sultan Mosque Kampong Glam Kampong Glam used to be the seat of Malay royalty in Singapore and today you can still visit the Sultan s Palace and Sultan Mosque which has been converted into a museum and restaurant. On Arab Street you can find colourful textiles scent shops belly dancers outfits Islam-influenced items and rattan furniture. Getting There From Bugis MRT Station (EW12) walk towards Arab Street. Little India Little India s spice-scented shops gleam with silverware brassware gold jewellery silk sari bargain electronics and culinary delights such as curry served on a banana leaf. Getting There From Little India MRT Station (NE7) walk towards Serangoon Road. 28 More ATTRACTIONS www.singaporetravelholic.com Photos Singapore Tourism Board Mint Museum Of Toys Explore & Experience Gardens By The Bay Its 54-hectare Bay South Garden has two conservatories Cloud Forest and Flower Dome 18 Supertrees a 128m-long aerial walkway two lakes six themed gardens and four heritage gardens. Where 18 Marina Gardens Drive. Open Gardens 5am-2am daily Conservatories and aerial walkway 9am-9pm daily. Getting There A short walk from Bayfront MRT Station. iFly Singapore Experience skydiving in a safe realistic and affordable indoor setting with no bad weather concerns at the world s first and largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. It s a full-body workout for all ages from first-timers to professional skydivers. Where 43 Siloso Beach Walk Open 9am-9.30pm Mon Tue Thu-Sun 11am-9.30pm Wed Getting There See Sentosa Island. Jurong Bird Park A colourful kaleidoscope of foliage and flora and more than 8 000 birds are found in this lush and beautiful park. Check out its Birds n Buddies show gourmet burger restaurant and African Wetlands exhibit. Where 2 Jurong Hill. Open 8.30am-6pm daily. Getting There From Boon Lay MRT Station take bus 194 or 251. Mint Museum Of Toys The private museum is the world s first museum built for toys. It houses over 8 000 toys and childhood memorabilia from over 40 countries. Toys are valued at over S 5 million and dates back to the 1840s. Where 26 Seah Street. Open 9.30am-6.30pm daily. Getting There Short walk from City Hall or Bugis MRT Stations. National Gallery Singapore The visual arts institution is housed in the former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings two national monuments that have been beautifully restored and transformed. The Gallery oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Where 1 St. Andrew s Road Open 10am-7pm Sun-Thu 10am-10pm Fri & Sat Getting There Short walk from City Hall MRT Station. Night Safari This award-winning attraction and world s first and only nocturnal zoo is home to some of the world s most ferocious animals. Enjoy dinner on board a tram that takes you through a spectacular rainforest. Where 80 Mandai Lake Road. Open 7.15pm-midnight daily. Getting There From Ang Mo Kio MRT Station take bus 138 from Chua Chu Kang MRT Station take bus 927. The Official Singapore Guide Map 29 Photo Mint Museum of Toys Sightseeing Attractions Science Centre Singapore One of the world s foremost science museums with exhibition space dedicated to the exploration of topics in science and technology. The centre houses an OmniTheatre Singapore s first five-storey dome-shaped theatre where movie characters come within arm s length for an unforgettable cinematic experience. Where 15 Science Centre Road. Open 10am-6pm daily. Getting There Best by taxi. Singapore Cable Car Sky Network Experience Faber Peak Singapore and Sentosa Island on two cable car lines. Fly on Singapore s most scenic highway from Faber Peak Singapore on the Mount Faber Line to Sentosa. Then journey on the new Sentosa Line over jungle sand and sea to various Sentosa attractions including Resorts World Sentosa and Madame Tussauds. Where 109 Mount Faber Road. Open 8.45am10pm daily. Getting There Short walk to HarbourFront Tower Two from HarbourFront MRT Station or taxi to Faber Peak Singapore. Singapore Botanic Gardens Spread over 74 hectares the Gardens houses a primary rainforest with thousands of plant species. Activities include weekend concerts rainforest and garden tours and orchid plant sale. Where Cluny Road. Open 5am-midnight daily National Orchid Garden 8.30am7pm daily. Getting There Enter via Bukit Timah Gate (North end of gate) via the Botanic Gardens MRT Station. Singapore Flyer Enjoy panoramic views of Marina Bay the city and beyond from Asia s largest giant observation wheel. Standing at 165m this 240 million wheel has 28 capsules which can each take up to 28 passengers. Each ride takes about 30 minutes. Where 30 Raffles Avenue. Open 8.30am10.30pm daily. Getting There Short walk from Promenade MRT Station. Singapore Zoo Over 2 800 animals are housed in spacious landscaped enclosures in this award-winning zoo. See the exhibits on foot tram or horse carriage. Where 80 Mandai Lake Road. Open 8.30am to 6pm daily. Getting There See Night Safari. Island Life. Kusu or Turtle Island This island is best known for its legend of how a giant turtle turned itself into an island to save two shipwrecked sailors. Getting There Take a ferry from Marina South Pier. Pulau Ubin A window into what Singapore was like 30 years ago. After a short boat ride you are greeted with thatched huts backyard orchards and interesting wildlife. The seafood restaurants are worth checking out. Getting There From Tanah Merah MRT Station take bus 2 or 29 to Changi Village and a boat from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Sentosa Island Singapore s island resort offers themed attractions cafes and 30 restaurants beachfront bars awardwinning spas white sandy beaches lush secondary rainforest resort accommodation and twin 18 hole golf courses. Getting There Take a taxi. Alternatively take the Sentosa bus (7am-midnight daily) from HarbourFront MRT Station or the Sentosa Express from VivoCity (third floor). You can also take a cable car from Mount Faber or HarbourFront Centre. St John s Island A former penal colony St John s Island is now a tranquil resort with abundant watersport activities and holiday bungalows. Getting There Take a 45-minute ferry from Marina South Pier. Health & Wellness Spa Spotlight Wellness Retreat Get set for an indulgent head-to-toe pampering experience at Spa Retreat at One Farrer Hotel & Spa (Level 6). The 2 -year-old spa has five single and four couple treatment rooms named after herbs and spices such as rosemary oregano thyme lemongrass cinnamon and basil. It offers custom-designed treatments that combine advanced European expertise and the healing power of ancient Asian traditions executed by internationally trained therapists. The spa uses products from French skincare brands DECL OR and DARPHIN as well as luxury Thai skincare brand YTSARA for its body treatments and facials. A selection of products from the three brands are sold at the spa along with sun care products from Cabana Sun vegan nail care products and soy candles from SpaRitual and hair care products from La Biosthetique Paris. Be sure to make time before or after your treatment to enjoy the spa s superb indoor facilities to complete your spa journey. Unwind in the spa s warm Jacuzzi lounger warm mineral pool and cold pool detox in the steam or sauna rooms or chill out in the Relaxation Lounge while sipping some rosehip hibiscus and honey tea. Spa guests can also enjoy the hotel s facilities which are located on the same level as the spa. Swim in the outdoor Olympic-size swimming pool walk on the Reflex Water Walk to stimulate the reflex points on your feet or work out in the fully equipped gym. RELAXING & ENERGISING MASSAGE Signature Massage (60 or 90 minutes) This medium pressure massage is great for stressed-out individuals who want to be refreshed and energised or travellers who want to counter the negative effects of flying. 32 Photos One Farrer Hotel & Spa The treatment begins with the spa s welcome touch where your feet are wiped with a hot towel. Depending on which parts of your body are tighter the therapist uses long firm strokes and pressure delivered by her thumbs fingertips and knuckles to release muscular tension and improve blood circulation. There are four YTSARA professional body oils to choose from for this massage Fit (Rainforest Clove) Vital Energy (Blue Ginger) Deep Calm (Malabar Grass) Inner Reset (Shatangju). ANTI-AGEING FACIAL THERAPY Aroma Expert Excellence Age Defying Facial (90 minutes) Employing DECL OR products this facial is designed to combat wrinkles fine lines and loss of elasticity and improve facial contour with DECL OR s innovative lipo-filling technology. Make-up and impurities are removed with the Aroma Cleanse Essential Cleansing Milk which is infused with neroli essential oil. A second cleanse follows with the Reflet De Purete Deep Cleanser. The Matiere A Gommer Velvet Sensation Peeling exfoliant is then applied to gently remove dead skin cells. After the exfoliant is cleaned off a Qi Booster is rolled over the skin to stimulate the face s reflex points to improve the skin s elasticity smooth out wrinkles as well as release tension. The face is then given an aroma pressure massage using the Aromessence Excellence Ultra-Regenerating Serum a skin-correcting anti-ageing serum which contains a blend of essential oils including immortelle to boost collagen production and frankincense to promote firmer skin. An aroma drainage massage follows using the regenerating Baume Excellence Regenerating Night Balm which nourishes and hydrates the skin. The Liss age Excellence Professional Mask is then applied. While the mask works its magic your scalp is gently massaged. To complete the facial the Excellence de L Age Eye and Lip Regenerating Cream is applied over the delicate eye area to minimise fine lines and wrinkles while the anti-wrinkle firming cream Excellence de L Age Sublime Regenerating Cream is applied over the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation and firm up the skin. Operating Hours 11am to 10pm on weekdays 9am to 11pm on weekends and public holidays www.onefarrer.com The Official Singapore Guide Map 33 Essential Information A-Z Survival Guide Singapore is a fine city where penalties are imposed on the slightest misconduct. So keep our notes and make your stay safe and sorted. By the way chewing gum is no longer banned. Airport Passenger Departure Tax A departure tax of 34 should be incorporated in the air ticket. Those in transit for less than 24 hours may leave the airport without having to pay the service charge upon departure from Singapore. Banks Most banks open from 9.30am-3pm (weekdays) and from 9.30am-11am (Saturday) and handle travellers cheques as well as change foreign currencies. Climate Singapore enjoys warm tropical weather throughout the year. Average daily temperature is 26.7 C. Rainfall is most abundant from November to January while July to August are the hottest months. Currency Other than the Singapore the US and Australian dollars yen and British pound are accepted in major shopping centres and departmental stores. Disabled Traveller If you have difficulty moving or are with someone who is physically handicapped get travel advice from the Disabled People s Association (Tel 6899 1220). Drug Abuse Drug abuse is viewed gravely. The consumption possession or illicit trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances carry terms of imprisonment fine caning and or capital punishment. Duty-Free Shopping You can purchase duty-free items at Changi Airport or in the city at the DFS Galleria Scottswalk store (Tel 6229 8100) on Scotts Road. Electricity The voltage in Singapore is 220-240 AC 50 Hertz. Power plugs are usually of the three-pin square-shaped type. Errant Retailers If you encounter unfair retail practices call the Singapore Tourism Board (Tel 1800-736 2000). Alternatively lodge a claim with the Small Claims Tribunal (Tel 6435 5946). Free Wi-Fi Access Connect to Wireless SG hotspots for free wi-fi which can be accessed at malls MRT platforms sports complexes and various other places. Refer to www.ida.gov.sg wireless-sg-guides for more information. Our unofficial language is SINGLISH where English is mixed with Chinese Malay and even Tamil. Medical Facilities Singapore s doctors and dental surgeons are among the best in the world. Pharmacists are available from 9am-6pm and can be found at pharmacies in major shopping centres. Most hotels have a doctor on-call service around the clock. For an ambulance dial 995. Money Changers In addition to banks hotels and the airports foreign currencies can be changed wherever the sign Licensed Money Changer is displayed. You can find one at most shopping centres. Refrain from patronising unlicensed ones. Postal Service Most hotels provide fax services but for additional services such as telegram Visit yoursingapore.com to discover more things to see and do 34 and registered parcel delivery visit the post office. Most branches are open from 8.30am-5pm (Mon-Fri) and 8.30am-1pm (Sat). Dial 1605 for assistance. Smoking Don t smoke in public vehicles lifts bus stops MRT stations playgrounds museums libraries theatres cinemas air-conditioned restaurants malls and government offices. Smoke only at designated areas at outdoor bars and eateries. Offenders can be fined up to 1 000 if convicted in court. Taxes At hotels and restaurants prices are quoted as nett or with up to two . Each means an additional 10% service charge and 7% GST (Goods and Services Tax). Tax Refund You can get a refund of the 7% GST for your purchases of 100 and above made at stores displaying the Tax Free Shopping or Premier Tax Free signs. Get a refund form from the store and fill it out. At the airport present the completed form receipts purchases and your passport to the Customs officer at the GST Refund Inspection Counter. Alternatively skip the queues and file your GST claims at the eTRS self-help kiosk at Changi Airport before departing. Just shop at places that display the eTRS sign and use one credit card as a Token for tagging all your purchases. For more details visit www.iras.gov.sg. Tipping Tipping is prohibited at the airport. Tip at your discretion at hotels and restaurants as a 10% service charge may have already been included in your bill. Travel Documents Your passport must be valid for six months from your time of arrival. Visas are not required for stays of up to 14 days for Commonwealth citizens British passport holders and citizens of the Republic of Ireland. If you lose your passport make a police report and get a temporary visa from the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (Tel 6391 6100) before informing your embassy. This is to ensure that you are able to pass through customs when you get home. The Official Singapore Guide Map Call For Help Tourist Hotline Ambulance & Fire Brigade Directory Assistance Flight Information Int l Directory Assistance Left Baggage (Terminal 1) (Terminal 2) (Terminal 3) Police Postal Enquiries SBS Transit SMRT ez-link Weather Report 1800-736 2000 995 100 1800-542 4422 104 6214 0318 6214 0448 6214 0672 999 1605 1800-287 2727 1800-336 8900 6496 8300 6542 7788 Taxis Comfort & CityCab Premier Taxis Limousine Cab Service SMRT Trans-Cab Prime Taxi 6552 1111 6363 6888 6535 3534 6555 8888 6555 3333 6778 0808 Useful Numbers 24-hour Emergency Service 6748 9911 Automobile Association 6333 8811 CashCard 6274 1212 Parking Offences HDB 1800-272 1409 URA 6329 3434 Police Hotline 1800-225 0000 Traffic Police 6547 0000 Tuas Second Link Hotline 6863 0117 Woodlands Causeway 6767 5963 35 Essential Information 34 24 9303 ( )93011 () 26.7 C 111 78 (6899 1220) 36 T (DFS Galleria Scottswalk) ( 6229 8100) 220-240 50 (1800-736 2000) (6435 5946) Wi-Fi Wireless SGWi-Fi www.ida.gov.sg wireless-sgguides 96 995 Visit yoursingapore.com to discover more things to see and do Photo Singapore Tourism Board 8305 () 830 1 () 1605 1000 10%7% 100 7% eTRS eTRSeTRS www.iras.gov.sg 10% 14 (63916100) The Official Singapore Guide Map 1 2 3 SMRT 1800-736 2000 995 100 1800-542 4422 104 6214 0318 6214 0448 6214 0672 999 1605 1800-287 2727 1800-336 8900 6496 8300 6542 7788 SMRT 6552 1111 6363 6888 6535 3534 6555 8888 6555 3333 6778 0808 24 6748 9911 6333 8811 6274 1212 - 1800-272 1409 - 6329 3434 1800-225 0000 6547 0000 6863 0117 6767 5963 37 Getting Around Airport Shuttle Limousine Taxi & Large Taxi Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) Card Enjoy unlimited travel on Singapore s public bus services MRT and LRT for the duration that it is valid with the Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) EZ-Link card and refund the card before leaving Singapore. 1-day pass 20 2-day pass 26 3-day pass 30 Each pass comes with a rental deposit of 10 which is refundable so long as the card is returned within 5 days after the day of purchase. The STP card can be purchased at selected TransitLink Ticket Offices including Ang Mo Kio Bayfront Bugis City Hall Changi Airport Chinatown Farrer Park HarbourFront Jurong East Kranji Lavender Orchard Raffles Place Somerset (Concession Card Replacement Office) Tanjong Pagar and Woodlands. One-day coverage of the day pass begins from your first usage of the pass to the end of public transport service for that day. The STP can be refunded at any TransitLink Ticket Offices at MRT stations and selected SMRT Passenger Service Centres at Changi Airport Kranji Lavender Dhoby Ghaut and Marina South Pier MRT Stations. www.thesingaporetouristpass.com.sg Hotline 6496 8300 The Ground Transport Desk at Changi Airport offers passengers a variety of transport modes ranging from budgetary to luxurious premium airport transfers. Choose from fourseater (limousine) seven-seater (large taxi) or nine-seater (airport shuttle bus) transport options. Airport shuttle 9 adult 6 child. Limousine taxi 45. Large taxi 50. Terminals 1 2 3 65431985 65461646 62413818. Hop-On Hop-Off Buses The SIA Hop-On Bus loops hotels the shopping and business districts and Sentosa Island from 9am7.30pm. Ask your concierge for route timings and details. Tel 6338 6877. Public Bus Buses run from 5am to close to midnight daily with hours extended on eve of public holidays. Adult fares range from 0.77 to 4.20 based on distance travelled and exact change is required if paying by cash. Or buy an ez-link stored value card at MRT stations. Fares are less with the ez-link card which can also be used to ride the MRT or LRT. Take bus 36 from Changi Airport to the shopping hub of Orchard Road. Hotline 1800 225 5663. Train (MRT) The MRT operates from around 5.40am to midnight daily with hours extended on eve of public holidays. Adult fares range from 0.77 to 2.60 depending on distance travelled. Single-trip tickets and 38 Terms & conditions apply ez-link cards which can also be used on public buses are sold at MRT stations. Hotline 1800 336 8900. Taxi Taxis operate 24 hours and can be flagged from hotels taxi stands and most streets. Flag-down fare starts from 3 for 1st km additional charges may be incurred so check before boarding. Additional Charges Normal Taxis Central Business District 3 daily 5pm-midnight Changi Airport 5 Fri-Sun 5pm-midnight 3 other times Marina Bay Sands 3 Resorts World Sentosa 3 Singapore Expo Centre 2 ERP (Electronic Road Pricing) Charges displayed on taxi s Vehicle Unit Midnight Surcharge Midnight-5.59am -- add 50% of metered fare Peak Hour From 25% of metered fare Mon-Fri 6am-9.30am 6pm-midnight daily Public Holidays 1 on eve from 6pm and on holidays Booking Fee From 3.30 Mon-Fri 6am-9.30am & 6pm-midnight daily from 2.30 other times from 8 for advanced booking (at least half an hour in advance) Driving in Singapore You may drive in Singapore with a valid International Driver Licence if you are visiting for less than six months. The Official Singapore Guide Map The speed limit is 50km h on most roads and 70-90km h on expressways. If you re driving a foreign-registered vehicle get an Autopass Card at either Woodlands or Tuas Checkpoint arrival zones before entering Singapore. Use the Autopass Card to make payment for your Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fees toll charges and Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges at either Checkpoint. Relocation Of Railway Station Those travelling to (or from) Malaysia by train will now depart from (or arrive at) the Woodlands Train Checkpoint instead of the Tanjong Pagar railway station. Travellers will also clear Singapore immigration at the Checkpoint. VEP fees are calculated on a daily basis but there is no VEP fee charged for Saturdays Sundays and all Singapore public holidays. Visitors are entitled to 10 VEP free days a year. No VEP fee is charged if you drive into Singapore after 5pm on a weekday and leave before 2am the following day. The Autopass Card can be topped up at any 7-Eleven outlet or any Autopass Card top-up booth located along Woodlands Centre Road Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim and Turf Club Avenue in Singapore. The Autopass Card can be used to pay for carpark fees at some carparks. Singapore River Cruise Explore the Singapore River on an electric bumboat (40 minutes). Operating Hours 9am 11pm (Last boat departs at 10.30pm) Frequency 15 minutes Pick-Up & Drop-Off Points Esplanade Merlion Park Bayfront South Promenade Boat Quay Fullerton Read Bridge Clarke Quay Price 25 adult 15 child More TOUR www.singaporetravelholic.com Photo Singapore Tourism Board 39 Getting Around (STP) 96 45 501 2 3 65431985 65461646 62413818 97 6338 6877 5 0.77 4.20 36 1800 225 5663 540 0.77 40 (STP) 120 226 338 10 5 SMRT www.thesingaporetouristpass.com.sg 6496 8300 2.60 1800 336 8900 Photo Singapore Tourism Board 24 3 53 5 5 3 3 3 3 559 50 6 96 25 6 1 The Official Singapore Guide Map 6 96 3.302.30 8 50 7090 VEP ERP VEP VEP 10VEP 5 2 VEP 40 9 11 (10 ) 15 2515 More TOUR www.singaporetravelholic.com 41 Beyond Singapore Solar-powered boat on the Crystal Lagoon Resort Spotlight Adventure Glamping In Bintan The Indonesian island of Bintan located 45km southeast of Singapore is a popular beach holiday destination for Singapore residents seeking respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. The island has a wide range of resorts to cater to all budgets. Tent Rates Rates start from 180 for two persons and includes breakfast for two transportation from and to the ferry terminal WiFi access and entrance fees to Chill Cove. Bintan s newest resort The Canopi Resort at Treasure Bay Bintan offers the ultimate glamorous camping or glamping experience by combining the best of camping in nature with the comforts of a hotel room. Opened in September 2015 the resort overlooks the 6.3-hectare seawater Crystal Lagoon the centrepiece of Treasure Bay Bintan a 338-hectare waterfront resort city. True to its name the filtered seawater lagoon is crystal clear. The first and largest recreational seawater lagoon in Southeast Asia it is the size of 50 Olympic-size swimming pools. Stay The resort has 40 air-conditioned tent suites all equipped with mod cons for maximum relaxation. Made in South Africa and assembled on-site the spacious tents are decked out in an earthy palette and can accommodate up to four persons. Each tent is furnished with a four-poster king-sized bed a sofa bed a birdcage chandelier safari trunkstyle bedside table and drawers a study table an LCD television a fridge sisal carpets and a natureinspired semi open-air bathroom complete with rainshower. Lagoon Access tents face Jacuzzi tents come with an outdoor Jacuzzi the Crystal Lagoon while Jacuzzi tents come with an outdoor Jacuzzi. Designed for families and groups the Safari tents are set up in clusters and share a courtyard and barbecue area for family and friends to hang out together. This April the resort will be launching 60 new garden-themed tents each one connected to a scenic garden pavilion. 42 Eat & Drink The resort s all-day dining spot The Patio Restaurant & Bar serves Indonesian favourites such as Sate Gado Gado Soup Buntut Soto Ayam Nasi Goreng Beef Rendang and Ayam Bakar Yogya as well as Western staples like Beef Burger and Fish & Chips along with a selection of pizzas and pastas. Photos Treasure Bay Bintan and Coleen Leong Getting There Take Bintan Resort Ferries from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal in Singapore to Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal in Bintan. The resort is a 5-minute drive from the ferry terminal. Visit www.brf.com.sg for ferry schedules and fares. Overlooking the Crystal Lagoon The Patio is the perfect place to kick back and soak up the stunning lagoon views while sipping on a mojito or your preferred cocktail. On the other end of the lagoon is the newly opened Hook On restaurant which specialises in grilled local seafood and fried chicken. To enjoy a leisurely dinner under the stars arrange for a barbecue outside your tent and have fun cooking outdoors. Fun & Adventure Sun seekers and water babies are in for a treat as the resort offers a myriad of water sports and activities many of which are centred around the Crystal Lagoon. Choose from wakeboarding cable skiing jetovators stand-up paddling and sea scootering to beach volleyball beach soccer water tricycling water ZOVBing and swimming. Avid kayakers will enjoy paddling through the resort s private mangrove reserve on hybrid AdvanceFrame kayaks. Kids will love the Inflatable Water Park where they can go wild on the bouncy castle and water slides. If you don t fancy breaking a sweat take a leisurely ride on the solar-powered boat and tour around the Crystal Lagoon. Landlubbers are not left out as there are a host of land sports and activities to engage in. Adventurous folks can ride on the ATV (all-terrain vehicle) the two-seater UTV (utility task vehicle) or motocross through off-road jungle terrain while families with kids can enjoy a ride around the Crystal Lagoon on a Ford Model T Buggy a Segway or an electric scooter. Explore off-road jungle trails on the ATV There are also night activities such as a Pontoon Boat Tour to see fireflies scooter tour airsoft gun shooting sky lanterns bonfires and fireworks. Rejuvenate For some head-to-toe pampering look to the experts at the Canopi Spa. Treatments include traditional Balinese Deep Tissue Pregnancy and Foot massages as well as pampering body scrubs such as Brightening Bengkoang Lavender Spa Milk Salt and Double Moisturing Goat s Milk. If you prefer to enjoy the spa experience in the privacy and comfort of your room arrange for an in-room massage. www.treasurebaybintan.com The Official Singapore Guide Map 43 Beyond Singapore Travelling To Batam Shuttling between Singapore and Batam Island is convenient and hassle-free with BatamFast. It has 15 ferries operating daily with 35 scheduled departures between six ferry terminals and on four routes. A one-way ferry ride takes about 45 to 70 minutes. Each air-conditioned ferries is equipped with the latest in navigational control and has a VIP room an in-house video and a bar counter. Ferry Terminals HarbourFront Centre Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal Batam Centre Sekupang Harbour Bay NongsaPura 44 DID YOU KNOW CHIJMES (pronounced as chimes ) served as a Catholic convent for 132 years before being gazetted as a national monument in 1990. It is now a destination for dining shopping and entertainment. It is a popular location for weddings musicals recitals and theatrical performances. Completed in 1904 the chapel has an early Gothic style featuring fine and intricate works like plaster art wall frescoes and stained glass panels. Check out the 648 capitals on the columns of the chapel as well as the corridors that each bear a distinct mark of tropical flora and birds. Discover other interesting facts about Singapore at www.singaporetravelholic.com Photo Singapore Tourism Board