As they say, an Asian Tour is not complete without a quick stop in Asia's Lion City - Singapore. Being the smallest country in Southeast Asia (704.0 km² or 272 sq mi), in just one day, you would be able to visit most if not all of the tourist attractions in Singapore.
Just like in any of my travels, to have a picture in one or two of my destination's well-known tourist icon(s) would complete the trip. Singapore may be a small country but it has a lot of good things to offer its visitors and I may not have enough time to scribble down all of them. Let me simplify my life by highlighting a few of my destinations.
Changi International Airport - Known for being one of the world's best international airports, what I like most about Changi is its accessibility to all types of transportation in the city. During this visit, I excitedly grabbed the opportunity of riding the MRT (mass rapid transit) which is conveniently connected to Terminal 1. The best service available at Changi Airport is the telephone service. Anyone can call a number in Singapore (including mobile numbers) using the public phones at no charge.
The Esplanade Theatres - I've always been fascinated by the unique architecture of the Esplanade Theatres. Many Singaporeans casually refer to the Esplanade as "The Durian". Well if you look at it, the thorny design of the roof resembles like the durian or the jackfruit. Actually, the two roofs of the Esplanade also look like the magnified eyes of a fly. I think I read about this somewhere but I can't remember exactly which material was that.
Are you planning to fly to Singapore, soon? Make sure it happens. You won't regret it!