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Know These Things Before Visiting Singapore: Anu Sharma's Tips

Anu Sharma, a well-known travel influencer, shares some informative details about Singapore that everyone should know before visiting.

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Know These Things Before Visiting Singapore: Anu Sharma's Tips

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If you plan a trip to Singapore, please know some details about Singapore. Anu Sharma, a well-known travel influencer and digital content creator, shares some rules and regulations of Singapore that you need to know beforehand.  

Singapore, officially known as the Republic of Singapore, is an island country and city-state in maritime Southeast Asia. It is well-known for its education, vast culture, tourism, and trade. It has the highest variety in terms of religion and culture. The country has been awarded as the best city in the world many times in a row. Apart from this, Singapore is a well-disciplined country and is known for its strict rules and regulations. When you're visiting Singapore, make sure you do not break a line and eventually distress the locals. Here are some important details before visiting Singapore.

Things to Know Before Visiting: 

Apply for Visa in Advance: Sometimes visa processing can be delayed or take a longer time. To avoid these issues, make sure to apply for your visa in advance of your travel dates.

Don't Book Cabs: Cabs or taxis in Singapore are too expensive that everyone can't afford. Instead of a cab, you can choose the highly efficient and affordable public transportation system, including the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and buses.

Advance Booking of Hotels: Hotels in Singapore are very expensive, so it's wise to book your hotel early to secure better rates and potential discounts, choosing your location in the center can save you crucial travel time and costs.

Carry Reusable Bottle: Singapore provides clean tap water, so it becomes very essential to carry a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated and avoid single-use plastic bottles, contributing to environmental eco-friendliness.

Visit Hawker Market or Haji/India Lane: If you want to taste local cuisine, visit the famous hawker markets. It offers a wide variety of delicious and affordable dishes. If you're craving Indian cuisine, head to Haji Lane or Little India, where you'll find many restaurants serving delicious Indian dishes.

Things Not to Do in Singapore: 

Littering and Chewing Gum: Singapore is one of the cleanest cities in the world. If you are caught littering, you could be charged with a fine of INR 21,000 or you could be fined to do community work in Singapore to make up for your offense.

Annoying Someone with a musical instrument: It prohibits the use of musical instruments in public, as they are 'likely to irritate those around them.

Forgetting to Flush the Toilet: Singapore has dedicated officers to go on random rounds and check the urinals If someone is found guilty of not flushing, they will be fined $150 for the offense.

Feeding Pigeon: Feeding pigeons in Singapore is illegal and the culprit can be fined up to $10,000 under the Wildlife Act.

Urinating in a Public elevator: In Singapore, elevators are fitted with UDDs ( Urine Detection Device) which set off an alarm if it detects urine.

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