Singapore is a small country smaller than most of the major cities in the world, but the city has managed to make its mark globally with world-class awards despite its small size and age. Singapore is known for having some of the cleanest roads in the world, largely because of the 50,000 strong cleaners hired to keep the roads clean. Singapore is also known for its strict rules of garbage disposal, street vomiting, vandalism, and public urination that can lead to severe fines and/or the so-called Corrective Work Order, in which criminals are required to pick up garbage in public in plain clothes. invest.
Singapore has a reputation as a Garden City, which is characterized by well-maintained and well-maintained public spaces and even streets. Although many agricultural and wildlife areas have been cleared to accommodate the growing population, efforts have been made to introduce vegetation somewhere in the concrete forest – except in public parks among tall buildings, you will often see flowers and trees lined over bridges. or tall shady trees arranged near a central junction of roads. Many people remember Singapore as a place where chewing gum cannot be chewed, a law enacted in 1992 to curb the effects of chewing gum was recently introduced and involved severe penalties for anyone being caught chewing gum in unwanted places.
Although the rules are free today and you can bring chewing gum for use, you will never find an amber for sale anywhere on the island unless you visit a pharmacy with a nicotine prescription or dental floss. Singapore’s climate has changed dramatically in the last 10 years with the launch of the Marina Bay Sands – can you believe that the whole of Marina Bay was once a barren wasteland and restored seawater? The view is excellent at night where you can find other prestigious buildings like the Esplanade, Helix Bridge, Merlion, and the many buildings of Central Business and Marina Bay Financial Districts all bright, the temperature ready to walk after dinner.
Tourist T-shirts often refer to Singapore as a ‘beautiful city’ because of several laws and regulations that could result in significant fines if violated, ranging from smoking in non-smoking areas to jaywalking or even eating and drinking. MRT. Serious criminal offenses such as burglary, vandalism, or drug trafficking in Singapore may result in imprisonment, but also physical punishment such as a fine or even the death penalty.
Also worth a visit from Singapore to the Long Bar at the magnificent Raffles Hotel to get a Singapore Sling cocktail and teens to throw all your peanut shells down. This cherry-pink cocktail consisting of Angostura bitters, grenadine, and gin among other liqueurs was developed by a liquor retailer back in the early 1900s and became an important ‘Singaporean beverage’ that guests had to share on a Singapore holiday. Located almost over the equator, Singapore’s temperatures typically range from 28 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit [28-34 degrees Celsius] year-round and sound like summer all year round. There is also high humidity which can mean a lot of sweat, which is why many locals prefer to hide in a cool place during the heat of the day. Expect heavy rainfall at any time of the year, although it usually rains during the rainy season at the end of the year.