5 Reasons Why Singapore is Just Lovable

All things intelligent, advance, fast-paced and wealthy are words we tie to this small island-country. With a small population of only 5.6 million, it has definitely come a really long way from its humble days. Therefore, in celebration of Singapore’s Independence Day, here is a countdown to all things lovable about the Lion City!

 

#5 Wild Night Lives
The ones you can babble to your parents, of course! This place is flooding with concerts and festivals; almost every month. Celebrity favs like Ed Sheeran, Selena Gomez, Ansel Elgort and even Maroon 5 HAVE LANDED HERE.

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#4 Chinese people..etcetera
Save the history of multiculturalism for the books and socialise with people from diverse backgrounds. Known as the place where ‘East meets West’, one could close their eyes and randomly pick out an Asian, a European and even Eurasian! Afterall, Sir Raffles did intend us a main hub for international trading.

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#3 “So expensive! Cheaper can? I no money lah.”
You know how you meet someone and can tell where they are from, just by their speech and character? Singaporeans too have their own “way” with things. From strict ‘first come, first serve’ to “chope-ing” seats with a tissue packet as a sign of reserving.

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#2 Food On Fleek
If you think only Malaysia and Thailand have authentic delicacies, you couldn’t be any more wrong. Spoil your tastebuds with Singapore’s mee hoon and chilli crab and you’ll definitely come back for more. Hunger…undone!

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#1 “Baby, you are just like the MRT! Always getting stuck; in my head!”
Of course this is not about pick-up lines! Singapore has indeed one of best (if not the best) infrastructure globally, making them a marvel in South East Asia. Whether it be communications network, public transport systems and even electrical and water supply, the city is bright with promises.

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