Singapore

Singapore

Contrary to what most people might tell you (“Can see everything in three days.”), this highly developed nation-city-state can surprise you every day during a period of months. I can rightfully claim so as I have spent two years of my life in Singapore when I studied at the Nanyang Business School. With the four large ethnic groups, the Chinese, the Malay, the Indians, and “Westerners” (which are called “Caucasians” there), you surely have a multi-cultural society with rich cultural, religious and culinary characteristics. It’s a place I would always go back, be it on a job assignment, on holidays or for studies.
When I lived there, I could spend hours and hours in walking through the city and surroundings exploring buildings, shopping malls, small shops, temples, the famous food courts with their delicacies or just gang out somewhere enjoying the tropical (always hot) weather. I only harbour good memories of Singapore.

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