Take a walk along the spiral bridge; see skyscrapers that look like decks of cards; maneuver between passers-by along the busy seaside promenade; listen to some local lifehacks for tourists and the history of Singapore from the time of Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles and up to our days. We will know what the award is given to the best toilet, also about Singapore’s black water and oiled boats. And, certainly, about the amazing local food culture. All these and many many more - in our walk.
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Pi Wan Yew
Walking Singapore streets an attentive eye notices various faces and a variegated skins color in the compartment with a distinctive style of clothing. Everyone is different. Not repetitive. And I’m one of them. Who lives with me on our island? Many who. Singapore is a cosmopolitan country in which representatives of different cultures and faiths harmoniously coexist. Even if we are from different cultures – we understand each other. We happily celebrate Catholic Christmas together, give our friends red envelopes during the Chinese New Year, and also go to see the Thaipusam Hindu festival in the ethnic district of Little India. We all begin to live in the era of globalization and multiculturalism. And in order not to get lost in all of this, I will be your guide.