how is singapore as a travel destination?

how is singapore as a travel destination?

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's like going to a mall mostly. Go to the smaller parts and some girls will sleep with you if you appear to be a wealthy white

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm going to the mall to coom, mom and dad. Floors of prostitutes as they call it. Shutting down soon so better enjoy it! Something something Orchid Towers.

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly pretty boring, I felt like it doesn't have any disctinct personality in itself besides "money washing capital of Asia". It's one of those places where the rich and the poor are real close together, and the poverty gap is huge. The slums are like two blocks away from the Grand Sands hotel or whatevs wit that big ass submarine at the top. Also didn't care for the chili crab, too messy. The Anthony Bourdain street hawker was also shit, likely changed owners after the rave reviews.

    Safe as hell tho, so they got that going for them. Gum on floor = public flogging, weed = execution, spitting = public flogging, etc.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Safe as hell tho, so they got that going for them.
      isn't Japan just as safe though?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Fun fact, I roamed/coomed all over SEA and the only place I was robbed was in Singapore.

        Sure, it's because you lower your guard. In Cambodia/Vietnam I went to the jungle and meet colourful characters and made suicidal decisions on the search of adventure and puss, but I was always on edge, if anything I overreacted.

        After all that, I went to Singapore, picked up a Guatemalan chick in Clarke Quay, shagged her on the public toilets and went to snooze with her right on the streets lmao. I woke up and my wallet was in front of me with all cash/cards gone. Entirely my fault, but still lol, they didn't even touched her. Got a second frick from her out of pity

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The Anthony Bourdain street hawker was also shit
      That was hilarious lmao. That's a hawker center were EVERY SINGLE STALL SELLS THE SAME CHICKEN. But they had to name a place and I can swear you on a bible that they picked that place randomly. But after that even the locals made a 1 hour line for it while the other places were empty lmao
      >t. Laowai who leterelly worked 2 blocks away from that hawker center and ate there many times

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        oh I was there a few days ago and I was confused why this one place had a long line but identical shops next to it were totally empty, makes sense

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Mostly clean, orderly, organised, safe and expensive.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty much
      People that talk about "slums" hasnt visited 3rd world country, there are none in Sing.
      Theres a recuring meme on /tv about Sing being posh, without a soul place that dont offers anything orginal.
      Singapore is a somewhat sucesful multiculti system and for this reason alone is kinda worth to see it. Of course if you want to see india, indonesia, malaysia its better to go to said countries, but Singapore offers a single place where all of those can be somewhat expirienced in 1 place. If youre into food its best place to expirience all asian food with safty of not getting the shits from eating from some food stall. When it comes to malls i just explored some shops that sold weeb shit/vidya merch because thats what i was into, you can safely skip them. Singapore is pricy when you want to stay in >4star hotels, eat at best restaurants and shop at tiffany, you can still pick cheaper options which is probably better unless youre a instagram/rich homosexual that derives pleasure from spending big amount of money.
      An argument could be make about Sing not having that much to see, but it have probably best zoo in the world, some nice natural and man made parks, beaches and islands and minorities quaters. If you know your stuff city organize many open air activities, like fort canning open air asian movies showings with free food and drinks. Another best thing about Sing is that its a perfect hub to explore surrunding countries with just doing few day stopover in sing.
      Most /trv hate Sing and tries to put it togheter with the likes of dubai but they are just wrong. I feel like few homosexuals just go to marina bay, explore some malls/main bay area atractions and they suddenly"knew everything about Sing", while other posters just repeat after them.
      Having said that Sing is also a dystopia, expect monitoring everywhere, some laws and warrants are ridiculus.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >People that talk about "slums" hasnt visited 3rd world country, there are none in Sing.
        That's not entirely true. There are a few Kampongs here and there, but you really need to make an effort to go there. I don blame them, why trade a thirdie house for a godamned HDB?

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Expensive and sterile. I mean it’s fine but you could go just about anywhere else in Asia and it’d be both more interesting and cheaper.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty much asian Dubai, but at least a bit more interesting. Used it as a stop gap to Cambodia; its nice as a transit city for 2-3 days, but I dont see staying there for an extended holiday.

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Singaporean teens are the hottest in the world but incredibly stuck up

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >nobody even mentioned the green city
    Most of you werent there.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm going here next week. I asked my chinese coworker where to go to eat chilli crab and she asked if I was going to go by myself and she seemed really surprised... Is it that weird to east chilli crab alone? Does she think I won't finish it or is it just a weird dish to eat solo?
    I'm paranoid now, I don't want to be that weird white guy who has no idea what he's doing

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I don't want to be that weird white guy who has no idea what he's doing
      Singapore has plenty of white people

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        So if I spend an hour trying to deshell an entire crab by myself in a hawker centre people won't look at me weird?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          They might look because you look weird because you are a paranoid weird frick with crazy insecurity issues.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          In Singapore, white men are only allowed 55 minutes to eat their chili crab. The second you go over, you will be arrested. You are right to be cautious about how long it takes you to eat

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            kek

            https://i.imgur.com/hmP53pp.png

            how is singapore as a travel destination?

            Singapore is a great tourist destination if you check most of these boxes :
            >you haven't been to Asia much before
            >you do not like wondering whether your next meal is going to give you diarrhea
            >you want to try exotic foods but you also want to have the safer options
            >you have money
            >you're not just planning to go to Singapore and are at least going to Kuala Lumpur that can easily be joined by cheap, comfy buses (and/or possibly Malacca) too.

            Contrary to what these dingdongs say there's a lot of things to do. Hawker Centre, every ethnic neighborhood (little india is what india could've been if it wasn't pooland), the gardens by the bay, Pulau Ubin, Haw Par etc.
            Singapore is to SEA what taiwan is to EA, a "beginner"-tier country, a tour d'horizon, where you basically get to dip a toe in a safer part of Asia (by safer i mean mostly food-safe really), getting used to the climate, how the people are, etc.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Okay thanks for the heads up, I might give it a miss then.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            meme material

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sinkies and most seamonkeys in general find it incredibly weird to eat alone because they are autists and sheeplike people, grow a pair of balls if you find it weird

      I'm going to the mall to coom, mom and dad. Floors of prostitutes as they call it. Shutting down soon so better enjoy it! Something something Orchid Towers.

      Orchid Towers has shut down all the adult venues anon, its "family friendly" now.
      The golden era of going up the escalator and getting propositioned by a half dozen prostitutes going down the other way is so over. Go to Geylang.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        YOU HAVE TO EAT ALL THE EGGS

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      High-end restaurants are always a social dining experience in SEA. Often, one large dish or table cooking setup is shared by everyone. Nearly all dishes are for 2 to 3 people minimum.
      That being said, if the fancy place is open but not too busy, feel free to be a lonely glutton.

      >I don't want to be that weird white guy who has no idea what he's doing
      Singapore has plenty of white people

      Balding boomers eating fancy meals alone with a bottle of beer are a pretty common sight in SEA.

      So if I spend an hour trying to deshell an entire crab by myself in a hawker centre people won't look at me weird?

      If you can't stand staffers constantly keeping an eye on you, pay the bill when you get your meal like the locals do, and you will be ignored afterwards.

      Singapore is wealthy, clean, safe, with good transit and easy to get around. It's overhated because people want to visit third world shithole countries and get pissed when they see a super modern city. It is good for a few days.

      People don't like Singapore because it is much more expensive than the rest of Southeast Asia. Keep in mind that the wealthier the people around you are, the poorer you are relative to them.

      https://i.imgur.com/JqfwYYj.jpg

      Singapore is a fine city, I've heard.

      What are the chances that an ordinary westerner who doesn't break any laws in his own country could accidentally break some weird law in Singapore?

      Don't spit, and don't jaywalk.

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I stayed in Clark Quay last time I was there. They have some very good museums (the Museum of Asian Civilisations was especially worth seeing) and I enjoyed visiting the temples around Chinatown. But I pretty much saw everything I wanted to see in a week. I didn't think much of the food - it's either expensive restaurants or food courts selling noodles, with not much in between. It's easy to get around by foot or on the metro if you need to go further afield. Everything's expensive.

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    there is nothing unique in singapore. everything can be done better elsewhere with more authenticity. it is where you go for convenience and a casual few hours between business engagements. maybe some good shopping and food to keep the wife entertained as she tags along.

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Best place to visit is Pioneer Mall at 4pm

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Singapore is wealthy, clean, safe, with good transit and easy to get around. It's overhated because people want to visit third world shithole countries and get pissed when they see a super modern city. It is good for a few days.

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nice place to live, but not really a tourist destination.

  14. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Singapore is a fine city, I've heard.

    What are the chances that an ordinary westerner who doesn't break any laws in his own country could accidentally break some weird law in Singapore?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      There aren't that many weird laws they just hate drugs and littering. Just check to make sure any meds you take aren't restricted. Even if they are normal over the counter meds like anti histamines or something. Lots of them are banned. Lots of people get really pissed off when they learn their ADHD meds are banned and decide to bring them anyway because 'I have a right to my legal meth'. And obviously don't bring your dodgy vape cartridges.

  15. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think it makes an excellent few days’ layover, particularly as the airport is a good hub for other Asian travel, but I don’t think of it as a destination in itself unless you have some other good reason to be there (mostly work or visiting someone, which is the main way I’ve passed through, half a dozen times or so over the course of many years).

    As other posters have noted, it’s very clean and extremely safe, easily topping any list for Southeast Asia for these factors (although much of Southeast Asia is safe enough). But it’s also easily the most expensive place in Southeast Asia overall, by a lot. And I agree with those who find it rather dull. Although it’s somewhat spread out and maintains some green space, which gives some neighborhoods the character of distinct towns, it is basically just one medium-large city on a not very big island.

    The history is fairly interesting, and the aggressive approach to public order and race relations make a fascinating case study. But there’s just not much there, and what is there costs 1.5X as much as very similar things that can be found in Malaysia.

    Great food, though.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Holy shit what a worthless npc take

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Holy shit what a worthless NPC take
        Get fricked. He asked a question and I answered based on my experience. Would it have been a less “NPC take” if I had given him a review of the best brothels in Geylang?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          You forgot to review the museums Alberto

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Alberto
            Alberto? I can’t begin to guess who or what you’re trying to call me.

            But in all seriousness, of the museums I’ve visited in SG, the National Museum and the Asian Civilizations museum are both architecturally interesting and worth a couple of hours, although there are multiple better collections of Asian artistic and cultural heritage elsewhere in the world than those on offer at Civilizations. The Peranakan Museum is possibly unique, and the museum in the old British bunker is worth an hour for people interested in WWII history.

            I have nothing against Singapore, I just wouldn’t personally go there without being en route to somewhere bigger.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Thank you for your review Alberto, how can I upboat it on this website?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's what SighSee is all about now. Fricking rebbitors. And very uppity to begin with

  16. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Went there for the singapore f1
    >go only for an event
    >the tree park infront of marina bay sands is fantastic especially the greenhouse inside
    >its too hot all the time
    >overpriced
    >worth it if you stay in a fancy hotel

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I accidentally withdrew 300SGD in cash for 2 days whats the best way to waste my money

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        dude that's not actually very much. you could blow that on a couple of decent meals or just go to one of the shiny malls for a couple of hours

  17. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    This but unironically. People like to rave about Thailand/Philippines but you are basically shagging prozzies or desperate single moms. Singapore let's you pick up the cream of the crop in the region with a minimum of charisma and without feeling like a creep the next morning. People talk to much about the Singaporeans but those will marry within themselves. The migrants on the other hand are in party mode 24/7

    >Alberto
    Alberto? I can’t begin to guess who or what you’re trying to call me.

    But in all seriousness, of the museums I’ve visited in SG, the National Museum and the Asian Civilizations museum are both architecturally interesting and worth a couple of hours, although there are multiple better collections of Asian artistic and cultural heritage elsewhere in the world than those on offer at Civilizations. The Peranakan Museum is possibly unique, and the museum in the old British bunker is worth an hour for people interested in WWII history.

    I have nothing against Singapore, I just wouldn’t personally go there without being en route to somewhere bigger.

    >He actually reviewed the museums
    Kekerino

  18. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am currently there and frick you the city is great.
    Loved Chinatown so far, especially Chinatown Complex, browsed a few vintage shops and found some rare Japanese records for cheap. The streets are extremely lively and colorful. Public transport is efficient, Japan-tier.

    Food is great. Love them hawkers.

  19. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >be me
    >live in chinatown
    >eat hainanese chicken every other day
    >listening to power 98 during the daily commute(basically emotion radio from vice city)
    >basically frick a new girl every week

    my kind of town

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      how much is rent?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        low enough for a white guy to afford it, high enough for a tefl guy not to

  20. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lived in Singapore since 2017. Before covid nightlife in Singapore was great, many options for all kinds of places. Covid killed many of the most popular clubs and whole drinking areas (club street, Asia Square, …) and last year Orchard Towers and Golden Mile disappeared too. None of these have been properly replaced. Clarke Quay was never good my time here (which was after Clarke Quay bridge was banned) and there’s even less going on there now. Boat Quay is alright but the only places that feel really alive and well are wienertail bars and KTVs. There’s no great nightlife places to meet girls besides hookers or just people to banter with anymore.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      where do Singaporeans go out then

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        to another country

  21. 5 months ago
    cuckhold45

    I really enjoyed my two weeks trip on singapore with my wifu, we visted many places like city squre where i picked up 2 singaporeanguys to frick my wif in our hotel,they had huge wieners enough to satisfy my hungry wife's cravings singapore is the best!!!

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      is this samuel?the moment you mentioned city square i had a feeling you were the guy from last week

  22. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone wanna grab a drink or bite on Tuesday night (January 30)? I’m in town for a couple of days.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I would but traveling.
      Recommendations:
      Hai di Lao: good hot pot
      Employees Only: good bar
      Tanjong Beach Club: bikini qts
      Ipanema World Music Bar: viet hookers

  23. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Damn. Singaporean girls are hella hot. Tons of cardio bunny looking ladies in tight pants. God bless athleisure.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      wtf are you talking about. they have the most busted faces in all of Asia and 90% of them dress like complete shit

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Depends where you go. Ratio of hot girls is high in places like Marina Bay Sands or many places on Sentosa.

        I would but traveling.
        Recommendations:
        Hai di Lao: good hot pot
        Employees Only: good bar
        Tanjong Beach Club: bikini qts
        Ipanema World Music Bar: viet hookers

        maybe went to a place like Telok Ayer street, many such girls there due to nearby gyms or class pass or whatever.

  24. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a fine city.

  25. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I really enjoyed my time there but the humidity is rough.
    I went on lots of night time walks through the city and along the water. You have a ton of choices for good food, even the cheap hawker stalls are really decent. Make sure to get fresh sugar cane juice with lime.
    The airport is worth spending a day on as well. And if you're into it you can also find tons of weeb shops.

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