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About Fauzi RassullFamously known as "Singapore’s Only Male Bitch", Fauzi Rassull, is a popular blogger among the affluent city-state’s fashionable youngsters. Out of the many advantages of blogging, the best is that Fauzi is able to use it as a platform to voice his opinions to million of netizens out there. He feel that there is no freedom of speech at all in the world he is living in. He’s left with no other option but to use his blog so that his thoughts can and will be heard
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What do you love about Singapore?
Singapore is one of the most wonderful places in the world to go on a holiday with unbelievable tourist attractions. With its friendly and gracious people, high-tech buildings everywhere and fresh happening day after day, I am confident my foreign friend stay will be an unforgettable mix-and-match of all the stuff that s/he has always planned to do
What I love about my country is the city itself. Singapore is a melting pot of cultures where the society assimilates and adopts the standard of a new adopted society and at the same time, contributes something along the way. Singapore has also retained their traditions in a contemporary surrounding. Traditional festivals and cultures are very much active here in spite of the IT savvy culture and up to date environment. Typically, there is one festival or gala every week or two. Interesting, eh?
As we all already know, Singapore is a city of arts, traditions and museum. The durian-shaped Esplanade which stands out in front of the Marina Square area has made Singapore into a ruler city in Asia for arts and theatre acts. Our Museum may not have the gems like that of the Louvre Museum but with its wide collection and informative exhibit alone is enough to give a better introduction into the past and out of the ordinary cultures of Asia.
If I’m given the chance to plan a perfect 1-day itinerary for a foreign friend, I know where to bring them to! Singapore is certainly a shopping paradise because shopping is like an obsession in this small country. There is always something for everyone, no?
I’m so sexcited to introduce that foreign friend of mine about the newly opened ION Orchard so that we could have some shopping in the day and dinner in the night! All kinds of things right from luxury brands, international brands, popular high street fashion, and watches to jewelleries from around the world are available there. We could also take pictures of the wonderful structural design of ION as well.
WAIT! So where shall I bring my friend to IF there is another similar flood at Orchard?? Just saying......
Anyways.............. there are well over 20,000 eating-places in a tiny country. Besides a varied local cuisine, we also have international cuisines over here too! Like they say, Singapore is the heaven of eating! I am kiddin you................... NOT!!
Lau Pa Sat would be my preferred eating spot. I don't know about you but I think Lau Pa Sat basically holds relatively a lot of historical value in it. In case you missed the details, Lau Pa Sat was known as a wet market back then before it was transformed and thereafter, it became the country’s most-desired eating spot among the locals and foreigners alike.
Lau Pa Sat is similar to the open marketplace in a lively Asian capital that offers a numerous of selections that attract hundreds of visitors everyday and night. It’s always occupied and frequently busy, but correct me if I’m wrong; peak period is more or less at 11. The continuous noise can deafen the ears and you will realise the customer-service become slightly sharper.