Singapore

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Wander through the swaths of virgin rainforest and then take in the National Orchid Garden’s multicolored collection of 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids. Next,drop into the food court near Tanglin Gate for a traditional local breakfast of soft-boiled eggs, coffee and toast with coconut jam.

Cluny Road, Singapore Botanical Garden:

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Head to the Food Street in Tanjong Pagar, Maxwell food court and savour the best of Singapore cuisine.
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To wrap the experience cannot miss Zouk,the oldest and most popular nightspot in Singapore.
Directions: 5 mts from Orchard Road, Jiak Kim Street, Next to Grand Copthorne Hotel.

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