Sightseeing tour of Singapore
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Sightseeing tour of Singapore

by Keisuke
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

Singapore sightseeing boat

Singapore sightseeing boat

The Merlion is a symbol of Singapore. The upper half of the body is a lion, and a lower half of the body is a fish. Merlion is made of concrete, and it is spouting water from the mouth. What a charming face it has!

You can meet Merlion if you go to the Merlion Park. If you go to Singapore, I will recommend you to take a photograph together with Merlion.

After seeing Merlion, you can ride on a van boat in the nearby harbor. While you are riding on the boat, you can enjoy seeing the historical footprints of Singapore slowly. And after it grows dark, we can see a grand night view in Singapore.

Finally, if you take a trip to Singapore, you don’t have to take any special measures against self-defense. However, you should keep in mind that the police charges fines frequently. In Singapore, for example, the fine of S$5,000 may be imposed on the person who throws away garbage and tobacco on the road.

For such reasons, Singapore is called a "Fine Country" containing two meanings, one is “a wonderful country,” and the other is “the penalty.”

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