Where to stay: Marina Bay Sands is Singapore’s most luxurious hotel and has one of the worlds most epic infinity pools jetting out over the city skyline. The building boasts gorgeous rooms and state of the art facilities as well as second to none shopping boutiques and 5 star dining. The building itself is an architectural marvel and the boat balanced on 3 towers has become one of the city’s must see attractions.What to wear: The Tucker V Neck Tunic Dress $381AU from will be perfect to battle the humidity of Singapore and paired with the Heavy Mettle Necklace in Silver US$258.00 from Singaporean jewellery designer Carrie K will make for a fun representation of Singapore’s clash of nature and man made industry.
Where to eat: Singapore has a variety of ‘Hawker Centres’ which are the South East Asian equivalents of food courts. One of the biggest and most popular amongst visitors is the Maxwell Road Hawker Centre. With over 100 stalls offering various cuisine you will be spoiled for choice. *Hot tip: pick stalls with long lines for a fast turnover of food and a guarantee of freshness.*
Where to shop: Singapore is famous for its huge malls and their glorious, glorious air conditioning. But if you are a bit over stock standard chain stores and are prepared to brave the muggy streets head to Haji Lane, Singapore’s hipster district. Here you will find all the cool kids and hip fashionable buys while you walk around the super trendy street with all the other trend setters.Not to miss: When I was a teenager I went to Singapore Zoo and an orang-utan undid my halter top and I flashed about 100 people. If I disregard the part where I was sexually harassed by an ape, I had a great time at this zoo. Singapore Zoo has a huge variety of animals, great conservation programs and even special exhibits great for the whole family such as elephant rides and breakfast with wildlife.