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A foreigner's visit to a 'miracle' place called Singapore - ST Wang Tian

I have always wanted to visit Singapore. a predominantly Chinese city-style whose existence is unique in the world.

My daughter and I began our trip to Singapore on Christmas Eve after a long-time Singaporean friend Again invited me to visit.

Over the next few days, my daughter and I visited the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, SEA aquarium and Jurong Bird Park.

These are world class zoos and aquarium. I never would have thought that a small country like Singapore could have such a big zoos.

Include Universal Studios, and you indeed have an entertainment paradise for children.

Before going to Singapore, I always thought that this international financial centre would be full of skycrapers.

I found on arrival there are different degree s of density. There are bustling streets, but they are spread out and it does not feel suffocating, thanks to the greenery.

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(15-01-2014, 08:43 AM)chialc88 Wrote: [ -> ]A foreigner's visit to a 'miracle' place called Singapore - ST Wang Tian

I have always wanted to visit Singapore. a predominantly Chinese city-style whose existence is unique in the world.

My daughter and I began our trip to Singapore on Christmas Eve after a long-time Singaporean friend Again invited me to visit.

Over the next few days, my daughter and I visited the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, SEA aquarium and Jurong Bird Park.

These are world class zoos and aquarium. I never would have thought that a small country like Singapore could have such a big zoos.

Include Universal Studios, and you indeed have an entertainment paradise for children.

Before going to Singapore, I always thought that this international financial centre would be full of skycrapers.

I found on arrival there are different degree s of density. There are bustling streets, but they are spread out and it does not feel suffocating, thanks to the greenery.

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A Life not Reflected is a Life not Worth Living.

Hi, do you mind crediting the source and/or link to the article? so that a reader can try to find the full article if he is interested. Thanks.
"ST Wang Tian"

erh... ST means Straits Time and I did not google from internet but "extracted" from hard copy this morning...
you know what I mean...

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