Singapore is very clean and strict country in Asia. It is also the most hot destination to travel and financial place in Asia. They attracted many high grade people working there and to be the permanent resident. This is the country which civil workers never accept any 'coffee money'. The houses there very expensive but the transport is very convenience.
Cities near Singapore for Budget Travelers
- 1Malaysia81 reviews
Johor Bahru is actually a city in Malaysia....I'm not sure why it's listed as an attraction in Singapore? JB, as the locals call it, is just north of Singapore and connected by a causeway- it's the closest Malaysian city. Hence, a lot of Malaysians tend to live in JB and commute to Singapore for work purposes as the cost of ...
- 2Indonesia21 reviews
hii.......for 5 days i was here with my friends..it is good place for tourism..lot places to see...this city is famous for fish dishes where different varieties of fishes...most people prefer cell fishes(crabs, prawns etc..)......GOOD FOR ENJOYMENT...
- 3Singapore3 reviews
A business area, modern, clean and has a great park where many people sit during their lunch break. There are many nice places to eat here too.
- 4Malaysia1 review
- 5Indonesia14 reviews
Bintan Utara is an neighboring Indonesian island near Singapore. Thus, many Singaporeans come here via a 45 minute ferry ride to check out the local beaches and resorts. That being said, Bintan does not have much in terms of Indonesian culture and history. If you're coming from Singapore and want the convenience of visiting a nice beach, then Bintan is ...
- 6Indonesia1 review
Lagoi is a 45 minute ferry ride from Singapore and is a popular destination for Singaporeans who want to spend a day or two at a real beach. It's a nice area, although I don't know if I would come back here again. Please note that the main way to get around the island is by taking a taxi. Buses ...
- 7Malaysia1 review
- 8Indonesia1 review
When you look one in the eyes for the first time, it happens. In the wild; in their home… It’s like looking into the eyes of a friend, or some long lost relative that is elated to make your acquaintance. A sense of connection bridges the gap of species difference, and millennia of evolution and biodiversity are summed up in ...
- 9Malaysia2 reviews
- 10Malaysia1 review
- 11Indonesia2 reviews
A different angle from the swimming pool!