Saturday September 19, 2020

Squeeze in a Singapore stopover

By Kieron Wood Though one of the most densely populated places in the world, Singapore has surprisingly much to offer those seeking a calm, relaxing trip, writes Kieron Wood

24th July, 2010

Singapore is probably best known to many Irish people as a stopover on the way to Australia.

Qantas refuels there en route from London before the long haul across the Indian Ocean.

Singapore airport is a microcosm of the country - clean, efficient, multicultural, friendly, with great shopping, appetising food and useful services (such as free public computers with internet access - Dublin Airport please take note). But why stop at the airport?

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