SINGAPORE SOJOURN, by Tammy Mendoza, “When yore a visitor in this remarkable state, one impression that you will have is that people tend to ask you how many times yove been in Singapore. For the “, past many years, this Asian dragon has become one of the top tourist draws in Asia. Its vibrant economy has made it arguably the gateway in Southeast Asia, and perhaps, , on this account, people have grown quite used to tourists seeing Singapore more often than once., Last September, our group flew to Singapore on the largesse of Singapore Airlines, unquestionably one of the pillars of the impressive success story of the city-state. , Cited several times as the best airline by prestigious international magazines, Singapore Airlines is a showcase reliability and finesse. And so is the famed Changi Airport. Also,, the object of international distinction, the modern airport has consistently been voted the world2019s best, and it proves appropriate, interesting insights of what awaits the , Singapore guest. Singapore, like the Changi Airport, is a marvel – the fruit of both foresight and careful orchestration. Despite having a land area of only about 650 square , u”kilometers. Singapore has a thriving economy. It has one of the world2019s busiest ports, and is conceded as Asias business and financial center. Singapore by night is a thrilling “, sight, as we arrived in the Apollo Hotel, there seemed to be so much to look forward to in this sprightly city of surprise., Our next stop was the Night Safari. Now a popular attraction of Singapore, the Nights Safari was probably our best experiences. It features over 1000 nocturnal , creatures which one can see either by tram or trail. Because of the way the park was developed, the creatures can be seen in their natural habitat without wire harnesses. , “Fittingly, Singapores Night Safari received the 1995 ASEAN Tourism Association, Award for Excellence as the best New Tourist Attraction in the ASEAN. Next in line was the Sentosa “, Island. Accessible from certain points by MRT – Singapore Mass Transit System, bus, or cable car. Sentosa Island is a destination in itself. World, Volcanoland, and Cinemania, , Images of Singapore, Fantasy Island, Cinemania.After a hearty lunch at Timbua Restaurant, where we had our fill of delectable Indonesian cuisine, we spent the afternoon looking around spent the afternoon looking around , “Orchard Road, Singapores shopping paradise. Along the tretch of Orchard Road can be found mall upon quality merchandise for every mold of shopper. After a generous “, breakfast buffet, we were whisked to the Singapore Science Center. It was here that we viewed a film at Southeast Asians only Omnimax Theater, where images projected on , a dome screen gave us the feeling of being engulfed in the picture. Besides the Omninimax Theater, the Singapore Science enter also houses a variety of exhibits on the life , “science, technology discoveries, and aviation. As for the evening, it belonged to a taxi ride and dinner at Clarks Quay, mainly a cluster of stores by a Singapore river. The “, highlight of the visit was a taxi ride, where we were taken on a guided tour of the city to better appreciate its history., The following day, the group had splendid time at the Jurong Birdpark which a co-passenger on the taxi ride at Clarks Quay said was his personal choice as the , best attraction of Singapore. Here we had breakfast with the birds, a quick tour of the aviaries, and a Panorail ride through the park, after which we viewed the International , Bird Show at the amphitheater where trained bird showcased their wares. Some of the more memorable sights at the 20.2-hectare Jurong Birdpark were the Penguin Parade , and the Southeast Asian Birds Aviary. With hindsight, the Singapore sojourn turned out to be a truly splendid experience for the group, especially for some of us who tried , “Singapores night life for more taste adventure. The thing with Singapore is, it doesnt really matter if yove been there before or not at all. Constantly discovering and ever-“, changing, Singapore is forever new, and it2019s never the same again, 1. How will you describe the places in Singapore?, 2. How does the author feel about Singapore?, 3. Why do you think tourists keep going back there?, 4. Why does the author say that Singapore is 201cconstantly discovering and ever-changing201d?



SINGAPORE SOJOURN


by Tammy Mendoza
When yore a visitor in this remarkable state, one impression that you will have is that people tend to ask you how many times yove been in Singapore. For the
past many years, this Asian dragon has become one of the top tourist draws in Asia. Its vibrant economy has made it arguably the gateway in Southeast Asia, and perhaps,
on this account, people have grown quite used to tourists seeing Singapore more often than once.
Last September, our group flew to Singapore on the largesse of Singapore Airlines, unquestionably one of the pillars of the impressive success story of the city-state.
Cited several times as the best airline by prestigious international magazines, Singapore Airlines is a showcase reliability and finesse. And so is the famed Changi Airport. Also,
the object of international distinction, the modern airport has consistently been voted the world’s best, and it proves appropriate, interesting insights of what awaits the
Singapore guest. Singapore, like the Changi Airport, is a marvel – the fruit of both foresight and careful orchestration. Despite having a land area of only about 650 square
kilometers. Singapore has a thriving economy. It has one of the world’s busiest ports, and is conceded as Asias business and financial center. Singapore by night is a thrilling
sight, as we arrived in the Apollo Hotel, there seemed to be so much to look forward to in this sprightly city of surprise.
Our next stop was the Night Safari. Now a popular attraction of Singapore, the Nights Safari was probably our best experiences. It features over 1000 nocturnal
creatures which one can see either by tram or trail. Because of the way the park was developed, the creatures can be seen in their natural habitat without wire harnesses.
Fittingly, Singapores Night Safari received the 1995 ASEAN Tourism Association, Award for Excellence as the best New Tourist Attraction in the ASEAN. Next in line was the Sentosa
Island. Accessible from certain points by MRT – Singapore Mass Transit System, bus, or cable car. Sentosa Island is a destination in itself. World, Volcanoland, and Cinemania,
Images of Singapore, Fantasy Island, Cinemania.After a hearty lunch at Timbua Restaurant, where we had our fill of delectable Indonesian cuisine, we spent the afternoon looking around spent the afternoon looking around
Orchard Road, Singapores shopping paradise. Along the tretch of Orchard Road can be found mall upon quality merchandise for every mold of shopper. After a generous
breakfast buffet, we were whisked to the Singapore Science Center. It was here that we viewed a film at Southeast Asians only Omnimax Theater, where images projected on
a dome screen gave us the feeling of being engulfed in the picture. Besides the Omninimax Theater, the Singapore Science enter also houses a variety of exhibits on the life
science, technology discoveries, and aviation. As for the evening, it belonged to a taxi ride and dinner at Clarks Quay, mainly a cluster of stores by a Singapore river. The
highlight of the visit was a taxi ride, where we were taken on a guided tour of the city to better appreciate its history.
The following day, the group had splendid time at the Jurong Birdpark which a co-passenger on the taxi ride at Clarks Quay said was his personal choice as the
best attraction of Singapore. Here we had breakfast with the birds, a quick tour of the aviaries, and a Panorail ride through the park, after which we viewed the International
Bird Show at the amphitheater where trained bird showcased their wares. Some of the more memorable sights at the 20.2-hectare Jurong Birdpark were the Penguin Parade
and the Southeast Asian Birds Aviary. With hindsight, the Singapore sojourn turned out to be a truly splendid experience for the group, especially for some of us who tried
Singapores night life for more taste adventure. The thing with Singapore is, it doesnt really matter if yove been there before or not at all. Constantly discovering and ever-
changing, Singapore is forever new, and it’s never the same again
1. How will you describe the places in Singapore?
2. How does the author feel about Singapore?
3. Why do you think tourists keep going back there?
4. Why does the author say that Singapore is “constantly discovering and ever-changing”?

Answer:

sana may mag Sagot nito birthday ko na bukas ket Yang Sagot Lang nyan masaya nako Kasi bukas din pasahan Namin 🙁


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