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3 days in Singapore

Travel Itinerary -
Days: 3
Season: All
trip transport traveler type
Country: Singapore
Travel Interests: Arts and culture,Honeymoon,Tours and Sightseeing,World heritage sites
Description: Here you'll find a mix of the big attractions of Singapore for 3 days, some charming local neighbourhoods and lesser-known sights. The best things to do in Singapore:Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa, Marina Bay Sands, The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Tiong Bahru market and more attractions in Singapore.
Created by Noa
Last modified 03/06/2018
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Health
The severity of the haze varies from year to year, but is at its worst during September. In 2016, the haze only lasted a few days, but in 2015 the hazy conditions persisted through most of November. During years with moderate haze, the Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) will read around 100-200, which is already an unhealthy range. In years where the haze is worse, the PSI is typically 200+ and even occasionally exceeds 300. When the pollution levels are that high, the Singapore government recommends that even healthy adults stay indoors as much as possible, so definitely not an ideal time for sightseeing.
Money and cost
Singapore is very strict about what is given duty-free concession. Alcohol is limited based on what you’re buying; for example, you can buy one liter each of spirits, wine and beer, or two litres of wine and one liter of beer, but you can never exceed one liter of spirits. There is zero duty-free allowance on cigarettes and tobacco products and, if caught bringing cigarettes from other countries, you potentially face very stiff fines.
Safety and security
Singapore is very strict about drug possession and being caught with even small amounts will land you in hot water with the authorities. Larger amounts will lead to charges of trafficking. The punishment for these offenses are steep fines and jail time, if you’re lucky. Make sure to double check your suitcases and bags before travelling there o be 100% sure there aren’t any remnants of any questionable substances lurking in the bottom of your luggage.
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