SINGAPORE – Part 03 | How to Travel from Raffles Place to the Helix Bridge?

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We take a long walk from Raffles Place, visiting the Iconic Merlion Statue and take a food trip with us in Makansutra Gluttons By the Bay! We will also walk along the Helix Bridge.

As we reach Raffles Place, we go to Boat Quay via subway. We stop and grab some snacks on SF fruits and juices.

From Raffles place, we take a long walk heading to our next stop, Cavenagh Bridge.

From Cavenagh bridge, we’ll take a long walk going to Fullerton road and esplanade drive. And head towards the Iconic Merlion Park.

From the Merlion Park, there’s a bridge that connects to the other side, The Esplanade Bridge.

Inside the Esplanade is a mall wherein there’s a shop, Poster Hub.

Not far from our spot, is a hawker centre, Makasuntra Gluttons Bay.

After that heavy meal, we take a 5 minute walk to the Helix Bridge.

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 01 of our Singapore Trip in IMM Here:

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 02 of our Singapore Trip in Bugis Street and Chinatown Here:

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 03 of our Singapore Trip in Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Makanstura Gluttons Bay, and The Helix Bridge Here:

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 04 of our Singapore Trip in Gardens By The Bay Here:

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 05 of our Singapore Trip in DC Super Heroes Cafe in The Shoppes, Makansutra Gluttons Bay and Sentosa Island Here:

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 06 of our Singapore Trip in The Universal Studios Here:

▶ 👇🏻 WATCH PART 07 of our Singapore Trip in Sentosa Island Here:


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SINGAPORE, officially the Republic of Singapore is an island city-state in Southeast Asia. It lies one degree (137 kilometres or 85 miles) north of the equator, at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, with Indonesia’s Riau Islands to the south and Peninsular Malaysia to the north. Singapore’s territory consists of one main island along with 62 other islets. Since independence, extensive land reclamation has increased its total size by 23% (130 square kilometres or 50 square miles). The nation is known for its transition from a developing to a developed country in a single generation under the leadership of its founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

The city-state is home to 5.6 million residents, 39% of whom are foreign nationals, including permanent residents. There are four official languages: English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese, and Tamil; most Singaporeans are bilingual and English serves as the nation’s lingua franca, while Malay is the national language. Its cultural diversity is reflected in its extensive ethnic cuisine and major festivals. Pew Research has found that Singapore has the highest religious diversity in any country. Multiracialism has been enshrined in its constitution since independence, and continues to shape national policies in education, housing, politics, among others.

Tourism in Singapore is a major industry and contributor to the Singaporean economy, attracting 18.5 million international tourists in 2018, more than 3 times of Singapore’s total population. It is also environmentally friendly, and maintains natural and heritage conservation programs. Along with this, it also has one of the the world’s lowest crime rates. Transport in Singapore exhaustively covers most, if not all public venues in Singapore, which increases convenience for tourists. This includes the well-known Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system. Singapore is the 5th most visited city in the world, and 2nd in the Asia-Pacific.

Among the latest tourists attractions built in Singapore includes the two integrated resorts which houses casinos, namely Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa; Gardens by the Bay and Jewel Changi Airport.

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Lance Vladimir Maagad says:

Salamat sa vlog na to paps. At least makaka punta ako ng SG na may idea na sa mga galawan.

CINELarawan says:

salamat sa paglibot mo sakin sa singapore bro… parang nakapunta nadin ako dahil dito sa video mo salamat

The Family [PinoyVlog] says:

Ganyan pala sa Singapore dahil sa inyo para narin po ko nakapag travel.. Maganda rin pala dyan. Ingat po

Sheena Bells says:

Ang linis talaga nang singapore!

Perry Saavedra says:

Worked in Singapore for 2 years. Kamiss din jan

Mommy Mika Vlog says:

Ganda ng boses mo

Cedric Cajigas says:

Pangarap ko makapunta ng SG, super linis tignan ng streets nila.

Angelito Manicsic says:

parang alay lakad lang ahh. salamat po sa travel vlog nyo kase kahit di pa nakapunta ay pinapasyal nyo po ako sa vlog niyo


sana makapunta din ako ng singapore

Jena Sayno. says:

Sana all nakaka singapore hehe

Noel Losa says:

Yon oh..tuloy lang ang share para kahit d makapunta, parang nakapunta na din

Badboy TV says:

salamat sa libreng pa tour parekoy. para na rin akong nakapasyal sa sg.

Wendy Garcia says:

Been planning to go there kaso medyo pricey. HEHE

NiñoLitoS Band says:

Cool, the best din maka experience sa lugar ng Singapore.

Trip-pid says:

Soon travel outside Philippines nman with squad sana sooon na… Ganda po ng tour niyo sir

GieGie Ebreo says:

sana one day makapunta ako ng singapore or any foreign country.

Virma Vlogs & video edits says:

Wow ganda namn po dyan.

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