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72 Hours in Singapore

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I could be wrong, but I think Singapore may actually be Utopia. A Utopia that’s a pain in the backside for gluten-free food, but Utopia all the same. It’s quite honestly like nowhere else I’ve ever visited, and the speed at which it’s grown in the last 50 years is incredible. The whole city is very modern and well planned, with lots of buildings linked by underground tunnels, and everything looks very modern and often luxurious. There’s clearly a lot of money in Singapore. I’m so jealous of my friend who now lives in Singapore, as she had always had a dream of opening a business there. It wasn’t an easy transition though for her. Starting a business can be stressful and daunting, but with the help of a site like www.e-sandhurst.com, she was able to do this successfully by going down the right channels. No one said it was going to be easy, but for her, it sure was rewarding. It was as rewarding for her to start a business like it was for…

Singapore is like nowhere else I've visited - immaculately clean, modern, friendly and efficient. Here's what we got up to on our visit - I hope it gives you some ideas of what to do if you're spending 3 days in Singapore. Read the blog here >>

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