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Expensive but iconic shopping street, the Champs Elysee (or Regent Street, or 5th Avenue if you prefer) of Singapore
“Great variety of budget friendly local food. Houses a few famous singapore dishes A few must try - •Hainanese boneless chicken rice / Fried Hokkien prawn noodles (side by side with long queues during noon) @ basement centre area •Mr Baguette @ basement •Avocado Junior (avocado juice of course) @ basement •Char Kway Teow (next to entrance of middle staircase) @ level 1 Feel free to join any queues around to try the other local dishes, they are all equally awesome!”
“Botanic Gardens Singapore - honoured as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit to the Gardens is free, except for the National Orchid Garden. There are weekend performances at the Symphony Stage in the evenings, between 6pm to 9.30pm. Free admission. Smoke Free Park. Getting there: From Blk 10G, walk to BLK 10P and follow a special shortcut footpath (lighted at night) leading to Caldecott Station. Take the train towards Harbour Front, one stop down is Botanic Gardens.”
“It is a reputable local food place with great CBD view. Only those certified by makansutra, a popular food critics show in singapore, are allowed to set up a extended stall there.. ”