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  Singapore Education Media
Singapore expresses the essence of today's New Asia: a vibrant, multi-cultural, cosmopolitan, sophisticated city-state where tradition and modernity, East and West, meet and mingle most agreeably and harmoniously.
Singapore's bustling port, world-renowned Changi Airport, and thriving business, are all testimonies to Singapore's standing as one of the leading financial, economic and trading centres in the region.
Singapore is ideally located as the gateway to regional countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Brunei and Thailand.
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 Travel in Singapore - Singapore - Asia - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net®-
The original settlement north of the Singapore River remains the heart of the city; it is the locale of the principal commercial, government, and public buildings and the Anglican St. Andrew's Cathedral (1862).
Singapore's notable buildings include the Victoria Theatre and Memorial Hall, the Raffles Hotel, the High Court, the City Hall, the House of Jade, the Sri Mariamman Temple, and the Singapore Polytechnic.
Singapore's churches and cathedrals were built well before the turn of the century and many are still used today as places of worship.
www.asiatravelling.net /singapore/singapore/singapore_culture.htm   (1401 words)

 Zoological Gardens,Singapore Zoological Gardens,Zoological Garden in Singapore
The Singapore Zoological Gardens is one of the world's few open zoos, where moats are preferred to cages.
The Singapore Zoo is a garden - lush and green with specks of colours.
Singapore's predictable sunset at around 7.30pm and cool nights with little rainfall mean fewer operational problems for an outdoor night attraction.
www.international-travel-tours.com /singapore/zoological-gardens.html   (451 words)

 Singapore Nature Parks
Singapore's Zoological Gardens, at 80 Mandai Lake Road (tel: 2693411), is well worth a visit, even - or especially- for those who feel that zoos are gloomy affairs featuring caged animals.
These gardens are the centre of Singapore's thriving orchid industry, and boasts four hectares of the fragile and beautiful plants.
The gardens are open from 8.30 am to 5.30 PM daily, and admission is SGD2 for adults and SGD0.50 for children.
www-singapore.com /attractions/natureandthemeparks.html   (1427 words)

 Four Seasons Hotel Singapore - Attractions
The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a combination of primary jungle and manicured gardens.
The museum and educational institute is the largest in Singapore and the region.
Singapore's most historical concert venue, Victoria Concert Hall is a grand building named in the memory of Queen Victoria, who passed away in 1901.
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 Singapore Zoo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The zoo was built at a cost of S$9m granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 23 June 1973.
Steve Irwin, the famous animal activist and conservationalist known as "The Crocodile Hunter", admired the Singapore Zoo greatly, adopting it as the 'sister zoo' to the Australia zoo.
He was at the Singapore Zoo in 2006 to officiate the opening of the Australian outback exhibit.
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Singapore_Zoo   (807 words)

 National Geographic Channel
Singapore, 31 August 2004 - National Geographic Adventurer and Reptile Expert Gerry Martin is on an exclusive week-long tour in Singapore to share his passion for wildlife with students and families.
His visit to Singapore is presented by National Geographic Channel as part of its ongoing educational and community initiatives, in cooperation with Starhub's Creative Classroom and the Singapore Zoological Gardens.
Singapore Zoo was opened in June 1973 with the mission to inspire an appreciation of nature through exciting and meaningful wildlife experiences.
www.ngcasia.com /press/press_gerrymartin.aspx   (865 words)

 GoNOMAD In Singapore
Singapore was a 3-day layover: another stopping point in which to recoup and relax for a few days before heading to Bali for the next month.
But the real reason for stopping in Singapore was the zoo: the Singapore Zoological Gardens is one of the finest zoos in the world and one of the few places you can see the famed Komodo Dragons outside of Komodo Island.
The Singapore Zoo is unique in that it is an open-concept zoo; there are no cement and metal cages for the animals.
www.gonomad.com /family/0210/Gnsingapore.html   (1343 words)

 Singapore Zoological Gardens (Singapore Zoo) in Singapore
Singapore Zoological Gardens, located at 80 Mandai Lake Road beside the Upper Selator Reservoir, is acclaimed as one of the most beautiful zoos in the world and this scenic 'open' zoo features many interesting animal exhibits with over 3,700 animals found here.
Among its highlights at this famous tourist attraction in Singapore are the world's largest social colony of orangutans from Borneo and Sumatra, the Fragile Forest, an exciting educational display of ecosystems and rainforest Photo: Singapore Zoo culture and the Bengal white tigers.
Another attraction at the Singapore Zoo is the Wildlife Healthcare and Research Centre which has purpose-built facilities such as a fully-equipped operating theatre and animal wards with motorised walls to better control potentially dangerous animals.
www.aguidetoasia.com /singapore/zoological-gardens.php   (359 words)

 Study in Singapore
Lying almost on the equator, Singapore is a prosperous city-state that has overcome its lack of natural resources to become one of the powerhouse economies of Asia.
Singapore is a thriving commercial center in Asia and offers visitors many exciting cultural and entertainment options.
A trip to the world-renowned Singapore Zoological Gardens is a good way to spend an afternoon.
www.cba.ufl.edu /upo/intlprograms/uf/exchangeprograms/singapore.asp   (533 words)

 Singapore Zoological Gardens News
Singapore Zoo adopts 6 pedigree miniature horses from Argentina Mar 16, 2004
SINGAPORE : It is the school holidays and the Singapore Zoological Gardens has a small new exhibit to thrill the children - six miniature horses!
SINGAPORE : The Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park are prepared to release up to one-third of their 560 workers in a voluntary...
conservation.mongabay.com /Singapore_Zoological_Gardens.htm   (266 words)

 Singapore News.Net
Singapore : It was an early Christmas treat for some 250 cancer patients and their families on They were treated to dinner, games and stage performances, including a Japanese drum...
Singapore in November this year, moderately up 1.7 percent year-on-year after a 15 percent increase in October, according to the figures released by the Singapore Tourism Board on...
Singapore : Singapore Airlines is buying nine more A380s from European aircraft maker Airbus, bringing it to a total of 19 confirmed orders for the superjumbo with options for six more.
singaporenews.net   (1229 words)

 The WGBH Auction
Singapore's well–known in–flight entertainment system, KrisWorld is at your finger–tips with many hours of music, games, on–demand TV and programs of all kinds.
AND...the Singapore Tourism Board has graciously added 2 tours to enhance your fascinating experience: A city tour, by private car, for the uninitiated to familiarize themselves with what is Unique to Uniquely Singapore; and a tour of Singapore's uniquely enthralling Singapore Zoological Gardens and the world's first Night Safari.
The former is a renown zoo well known for its 'open concept' and use of natural barriers and the latter is the world's first night safari where visitors venture into the domain of the animal kingdom at night to view the nocturnal habits of creatures in the safe surroundings of natural barriers.
www.wgbh.org /auction/view_bid/2004/singapore   (391 words)

 singapore hotels - Singapore zoos and gardens
The award-winning Singapore Zoo is considered to be one of the best in the world and attracts over 1 million visitors a year.
The Chinese Garden features pagodas, traditional Chinese arches and bridges in all their traditional red and yellow splendor together with huge weeping willow trees while just across the 65 metre Bridge of Double Beauty you'll find the Japanese Garden a serene landscape of koi ponds, traditional Japanese summer home and Zen rock gardens.
Singapore is justly proud of its zoos and gardens.
www.singaporehotels.com /guide/zoos.php   (1698 words)

 Singapore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Singapore is a nice city - easy to spend a week there.
Singapore Zoo is one of the best zoological gardens in the world, famous for both the way it is built and for their fantastic animal shows.
A lot of animals are roaming the park without restraints, there are hardly any cages, the walls or graves that prohibit the animals from escaping from their area, are hidden with plants and trees, so that when overlooking the park, it seems that all the animals are walking around free.
traveling.igw.dk /singapore_1999.htm   (471 words)

 Activities for Children - Singapore Zoological Gardens - Southeast Asia
One great place to take them is the Singapore Zoological Gardens.
The zoo has several exhibits for little Singapore tourists.
The Singapore Zoological Gardens’s animals are not in cages or behind bars.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art30844.asp   (183 words)

 Vacation In Singapore - Book Hotels, Airfare and Rental Car (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
But I'm happy that perhaps I had played a part in putting Singapore on Hollywood's radar,' she says.
Two of Singapore's heaviest siblings were reunited today for the first time in nearly four and a half years.
Find out more Philips Singapore, for instance, won five of the 21 Innovation Awards that Philips Electronics bagged from the Consumer Electronics Association, which sponsors and organises CES.
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 Singapore, August 2003 - photos of Singapore on Worldisround   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Singapore - travel photos - I have travelled to Singapore in mid August 2003 for 6 days.
Singapore is a good place to relax - u will not lose your way with the well-developed traffic system.
Glad you did enjoyed your stay in Singapore as seen in you beautiful article.Singapore is more than just shopping as perceived by some..
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 Singapore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Singapore) and it is new with skyscrapers and beautiful buildings.
There are scores of great restaurants in Singapore, a the number of malls is humongous.
The jungle in Taman Negara National Park is one of the attractions of main land Malaysia.
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 Singapore Travelogues | TrekEarth
Having been to Singapore many times before just for less than 24 hours on each occasion, it was time to be there for a longer period and visit as many corners of the city as possible.
This is my 3rd time trip to Singapore but this time with my Wife and new Digital camera it was a 5days 4night stay a second honeymoon for us.
Crossing over on what could be called by the locals as a "sampan" (bumboat ferry), the trip promises a click back in time, where everything was rustic and simple....
www.trekearth.com /trip.php?country=Singapore   (298 words)

 Singapore Zoological Gardens & Night Safari- Singapore, Singapore - VirtualTourist.com
Singapore's Night Safari is the first wildlife park in the world that is built and dedicated for visits at night.
Singapore Zoo is one of the best open concept to be found anywhere and the world's first night safari is right next door.
However everyone I talked to that had been to singapore zoo assured me that it is worth visiting.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Asia/Singapore/Singapore-1495679/Things_To_Do-Singapore-Singapore_Zoological_Gardens_Night_Safari-BR-1.html   (1744 words)

 Where do you want to go birding in Singapore today?
It is a wonderful hideaway considering that Singapore is only a 14 x 25 mile island of 4 million people.
The Malay Peninsular, including Singapore, has a total of 639 species of birds of which 426 are classified as residents and just two as endemics.
It is an easy drive from Singapore, varying from one to two hours depending on the traffic crossing the causeway.
www.camacdonald.com /birding/asiasingapore.htm   (992 words)

 Gnarfgnarf sights of Singapore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The animal lover must never leave Singapore without a visit to the zoo or the night safari.
Lots of atmosphere, a little bit of dust but ultra delicious prawn noodles that must be sampled if you're in the vicinity.
Located at Serangoon road, this area is the cultural and food center for the Indian community in Singapore.
www.gnarfgnarf.com /Singapore/singapore_sights.htm   (665 words)

 Sightseeing in Singapore
Singapore, an island rich in history and heritage, is a place where you can spend time exploring the diverse culture of the 3 main races: Chinese, Malays and Indians.
No matter if you are here for a transit or have a few days to explore the island, you can choose from many exciting places to visit.
Here are some recommendations - use this guide to plan your visit and make your stay in Singapore enjoyable.
www.geocities.com /cabtan/sightseeing.html   (107 words)

 Limousine Services in Singapore
Welcome to the island paradise of Singapore, an island located on the Equator and home to one of the busiest airports and harbours in the world.
If you are visiting Singapore, and require my service, or looking for more sightseeing information about Singapore, please ?subject=Limo Services" title="Email me about your enquiries.">contact me.
The Great Singapore Sales is now on in Singapore, for a fantastic 6 weeks.
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 Singapore Attractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The Singapore Zoological Gardens is acclaimed as one of the world's most spectacular zoos.
For admission to Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari and Jurong BirdPark.
Public toilets for the disabled at the Reptile Garden - Narrow door width.
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 Singapore Zoological Gardens (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
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 Travel for Kids: Singapore: North
Singapore Botanic Gardens – Go to the gardens is to see the Cannonball tree.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve – This nature reserve, comprised of untouched rainforest, is less than 10 miles from the center of Singapore.
Singapore Zoological Gardens – In this top-notch zoo the animals are in open enclosures, not behind bars.
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 Singapore Marriott Hotel: Hotel specials, rates and availability in Singapore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Singapore Marriott Hotel will begin upgrading all of our guest rooms to enhance your stay beginning 10/01/06.
Singapore Marriott Hotel is a renowned landmark on the corner of Scotts Road and Orchard Road.
In addition, the Singapore Marriott Hotel offers a full range of award-winning food and beverage outlets to suit your taste including Marriott Cafe, Crossroads Cafe, Lobby Lounge, The Pastry Shop, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant and the new Pool Grill Restaurant.
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