No One Does Summer Like Your Singapore

By | February 11, 2013
No One Does Summer Like Your Singapore” – The tagline of the Singapore Tourism Board for their summer and I couldn’t really agree more. Last January, Davao Bloggers together with other media outfits were invited at the Launching event of the Singapore Tourism Board at Marco Polo Hotel, Davao City. When it comes to the subject of traveling I couldn’t really help but feel excited and giddy. And all of that excitement intensified after the talk of Ms. Sherina Chan, the area director for Philippines and Brunei of the Singapore Tourism Board. Singapore immediately made it on my list of the countries that I should visit. It was just so amazing how this 274.1 sq miles of a country were able to maximize their not so abundant resources. I like it that Singapore do its very best to keep, preserve, maintain and improve what resources they have. I just hope we can do that on our own country. 
And honestly, I’ve never been out of the country but I am really doing my best to be able to travel abroad this year and to Singapore for that matter. 🙂
Singapore turns up the summer fun with the launch of groundbreaking attractions, fun-filled experiences and highly anticipated events 


This summer, Singapore will treat families, barkadas and couples to a fun-filled summer getaway that will surely have them reminiscing about their trip months after, and have them raring to come back for more. With a variety of new attractions and experiences just waiting to be explored, Singapore is poised to be a go-to summer destination this 2013 for Filipinos looking to experience new thrills and experiences. 

So what are the newest attraction to expect this summer in Singapore? Read on.

Family friendly destination 



River Safari-
is highly anticipated to open in quarter 1 this year wherein it was made to present visitors  an upclose view of freshwater habitats and animals. The park features river giants and freshwater megafishes such as the giant river otter, Mekong giant catfish as well as the giant pandas, promising a fun wildlife adventure for families and kids.

Marine Life Park– the world’s largest oceanarium, containing 100,000 marine animals from over 800 species. If your kids can’t get enough of the sea, this one is for you!
Adventure Cove– Resorts World Sentosa’s aquatic adventure park complete with towering waterslides, wave pools, tropical jungle gardens and grottos inhabited by whimsical sea creatures.

Gardens by the Bay– One of the most amazing place that you shouldn’t miss as it houses the awe-inspiring domes, intricate installations and amazing flora & fauna displays. It has the largest climate-controlled glasshouses and conservatories and it received the World Building of the Year Award from the 2012 World Architectural Festival.

Barkada fun for everyone 

Big Wig Music Festival– happening on the 6th of April, this a celebration of musical diversity and a kaleidoscope of sights and sounds, the Big Wig Music Festival will feature some of the biggest names in hip-hop, soul, funk, disco, moombahsoul, latin, raggae and dancehall – creating a global funky vibe.
Great Singapore Sale– For those who love to shop Great Singapore Sale is the best treat for you. This great sale will take place on May 31- July 28, 2013. You can enjoy up to 70% discount of fabulous finds from fashion, beauty, to electronics.
A hearty appetite for a hearty relationship 

World Street Food Congress (WSFC)- If you are traveling with your partner and is looking for that gastronomic adventure WSFC is for you. It will house 40 of the world’s best street-food masters and will gather for a 10-day event that begins on the 31st of May at the F1 Pit Building and Paddock. There would be a showcase of a wide arrays of food ranging from the likes of Indonesian kaki limas, American food trucks, Chinese food inns, and Jolly Jeeps from the Philippines and a chance to catch famous foodies like Anthony Bourdain and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. This is definitely one culinary experience that any individual with taste buds and a sound appetite shouldn’t miss! 
Russell Peter’s Notorious Tour– Theatre buffs and comedy fans are also up for a memorable summer in the Lion City as it plays host to acclaimed broadway productions and bestselling comedy shows like the Russell Peter’s Notorious Tour.

For more information on events happening in Singapore visit www.yoursingapore.com or like the Facebook community page, YourSingaporePhilippines.

19 thoughts on “No One Does Summer Like Your Singapore

  1. Mark Joseph Gesite

    It is amazing how Singapore grew this stunning after only a few years time. With our numerous resources, I really wish the Philippines can do more to extend our tourism.

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  2. Joshua Berida

    Singapore has been on my radar since I started traveling. My parents and one of my sisters have been there already. They say that Singapore is a premier city with lots to offer.

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  3. Mai Flores

    I've been to Singapore twice already. I also told myself that it would take me longer to come back since I have goals of visiting other countries. But looks like I'm coming back sooner than planned, all because of these new attractions.

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  4. Nookie's Nook

    I consider Singapore as one of the best places in the world. The fact that this place is the crossroad of many heritages, a culture junkie like me will surely love this. I can walk all day in Arab Street, China Town and Little India. Aside from indulging myself in Zaffron Restaurant, one resto that I can't forget is the Singapore Zam Zam. 🙂

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  5. Gigi Beleno

    Looking forward to be able to travel in Singapore soon. My family had been receiving lots of invites from our friends there. Agree, its a nice place to visit though I heard its expensive in here. So need to save for the trip.

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  6. MaryJane Tauyan

    Nice to read this! sure is will be going back there for the river safari gngwa p kc yun nung ngrelocate kmi sa malaysia. I lived in singapore for 5 years hihi =)

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  7. escapemanila.com

    That photo of the Merlion with the Singapore cityscape at night is just awesome! I've there many time already but never thought of taking a photo in that angle.

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  8. Maritel Ledesma

    Been there, done that. Singapore is one big mall and theme park. But there is not much to see in terms of history and heritage but, Malaysia is just next door so you can either go to Melaka or Georgetown for that. There are good finds there during sales but I find that we are cheaper here, if we know where to go. Even some of my Singapore based friends shop here 😉

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  9. Francis Balgos

    "No One Does Summer Like Your Singapore"
    Not as catchy of a tag line, but it makes one feel like they own it.
    SG has been on my bucket list for a long time now, I just have to save up

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  10. Ron Leyba

    I am planning to visit and stay for some time in Singapore soon!. The economy and job market in there is great as well. No wonder tourist and foreigners flock in there to visit the place.

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  11. papaleng

    Singapore has much to offer in terms of tourism. No wonder more and more tourists are going there. Hope I can be too.

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  12. Kenneth Ravida

    Where is the Singapore sky wheel, Its also must in Singapore to go, There you can see the whole Singapore, sentosa, I'd like to go there in the near future

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  13. ralph

    Marina Bay Sands, our best experience ever! loved the infinity pool…Our kids enjoyed the zoo too.Yahweh bless

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