With breathtaking supertree groves at the Garden by the Bay to the splendid wildlife experience at the Night Safari, Singapore has a lot to offer its visitors. However, without knowing a bit about the country, one may feel a bit intimidated when traveling to this country.
Contrary to popular belief, you will be able to converse in English with Singaporeans as most of them are educated in English on the first-language basis. Many of them are bilingual with the ability to speak Malay, Tamil, and even Mandarin.
If you’ve had an over the top dining experience at any of the hotels in Serangoon Road Singapore the likes of Park Hotel Farrer Park, you needn’t tip the waiters as it’s not expected. Usually, a ten per cent service charge is added on top of your overall bill.
Visitors to the country can register for free public Wi-Fi with the phone numbers that they use back home. However, it should be noted that connecting to someone else’s private Wi-Fi network is a punishable crime in Singapore.
Singapore does not allow smoking in public areas, especially when they are air-conditioned such as malls and eateries. However, you’d be able to find some designated areas for smoking marked in yellow, away from crowded places.