24 Hours in Singapore

Tony's first 24-hour layover lands him in Singapore, a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities that all come together over a national obsession with food. Tony's friends take him on a tour of the hyper-modern ...

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Arab Street (aka Kampong Glam)

Tony and K.F. wander down Arab Street, once the heart of Muslim life. The street is full of tea joints, cafes and hookah bars. They enjoy pulled tea, which is black tea and condensed milk, poured back and forth to make it frothy.

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Bumboat Tour

"Actually something I've done and enjoyed."

Raffles' Landing Site, Singapore

 
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Changi Airport

Tony takes a dip in the airport's rooftop pool and gets a massage at Fish Spa & Reflexology.

75 Airport Blvd., Singapore, 819664

 
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International Nasi Lemak

Tony heads to Changi Village Hawker Center for some famous nasi lemak. Tony waits in a huge line, but decides the food is worth the wait.

2 Changi Village Rd., Singapore 500002

 
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Mustafa Centre

Tony and K.F. wander through the giant Mustafa Centre Superstore, a 24/7 emporium that sells everything imaginable. Tony searches for a snow globe for his daughter.

145 Syed Alwi Rd., Singapore 207704

 
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Singapore Botanic Garden

"Founded over 150 years ago, it started as overgrown plantations and virgin rain forest, but now a place to escape the city hustle and bustle."

1 Cluny Rd., Singapore 259569

 
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Thieves Market

Tony and Yin walk through the historic Sungei Road of Thieves Market where thieves used to resell their stolen goods.

Sungei Road, Singapore

 

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