Private Gay Friendly Tour Guides
To fully appreciate Singapore you need to book a Holiday Houseboy, your gay friendly tour guide. He will be able to show you around like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites, places off the beaten track or discover new experiences, the Holiday Houseboy is there to help you. He looks after your safety and welfare at all times.
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Make the most of your holiday and book one or more of the following activities.
Highlights of Singapore
Singapore is an island which is its own country state. Moreover it is famous for being a financial hub. Indeed itt uses the lion as its national emblem.
Apart from the hustle and bustle of what a cosmopolitan city offers you, you can also find some hidden treasures. Try exploring its heritage and culture. At its colonial core is a cricket ground, surrounded now by skyscrapers. The British left its stamp on the island, such as Raffles. But it truly has more of a Chinese feel than anything else.
Another option is to explore Chinatown, Little India, or the touristy Sentosa with its rides and beach. In addition there is the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel with its infinity pool at the top of the building.
On the other hand for nature lovers you can discover Singapore Botanic Gardens. Additionally try the Garden of Dreams, Rainforest Lumina, Night Safari and the S.E.A. Aquarium.
If shopping is your passion, as it is with many Singaporeans, check out Lucky Plaza and ION Orchard. Or Vivocity at the Harbour Precinct and the Paragon Shopping Centre.
Singapore is a clean regimented country. Be careful not to eat food or take drink on the underground.
Convenience is king though. People tend to eat out rather than cook at home. As such there are many places you can go for a quick bite. A plethora of options are available. Besides the food courts in many shopping malls, why not try the open hawker centres. Amongst the best are Chomp Chomp Food Centre and Maxwell Road Hawker Centre. Economic and tasty. In particular try chicken rice, bak kut teh, chilli crab or fried kway teow. Vegetarians may like to try the yong tau fu dish.