Singapur Travelouge.

The hotel I stayed at has its own gym and swimming pool. I went back to the room a little early to swim today. I went after Maghrib secretly as it would be a shame to go naked in front of other people during the day. Daddy! Infant pool; The kids are jumping around. That too was not a problem; I saw a woman holding a buoy hanging under the water and a man holding a woman’s leg and dragging her repeatedly from head to toe in the swimming pool, much like the man in front of our country’s wheelbarrow! After watching this scene, I went completely silent! Trying to understand the matter, in the meantime, a huge boy is jumping across the bridge; Today is not an earthquake!

 

 

Dhush … how many times have I seen in the movies before, the empty swimming pool, the hero or heroine is swimming alone having fun! In the meantime, two middle-aged women with nostrils entered in preparation; I saw them moving forward and made up my mind, if these two get down, there will be no more space in the pool. The mind understood the matter; As soon as he made eye contact, he looked around and somehow managed to escape!

 

 

‘Marina Gardens by the Bay’ is a wonderfully beautiful place; A large number of tourists are gathered here. As usual, after the evening its beauty is further enhanced. The garden stretches along the shores of Marina Bay; It is located behind the Marina Sands Bay.

 

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Here you can participate in various events for money; There are different types of arrangements at each end of the garden; There are several rides for kids.

 

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From here we walked to Marina South Piers; It is actually our Sadarghat, but small in size! This jetty has been built on the shores of the sea, from here launches leave at various places.

 

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This is the last station of Metrorail. I woke up to return to the city, the whole train was empty, a haunted atmosphere prevailed; It’s a different kind of fun! They have exploited every inch of Singapore; Either for business purposes or for beauty enhancement purposes! As much as I see these, I remember Bangladesh again and again!

 

 

Today’s destination is Santosa. As soon as I got on the bus, I was surprised to see a woman wearing hijab-wearing black glasses and driving a huge double-decker bus! There is no problem even if there is no bus-card, if you get on the bus and tell the driver where to go, he will tell you the fare; There is a rent box, if you put it there, your ticket will come out automatically!

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Santosa is basically a theme park; There are various types of rides, museums, beaches, and cinemas. The Universal Studio here is world-famous. I first got on the cable car; Like but it’s not as exciting as Darjeeling’s ropeway!

 

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No one comes here alone, not even Doka; Everyone comes here with eggs and babies. I don’t like to hang out alone; I decided to come back soon with the kids.

 

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There are multiple monorails, allowing you to get to and from the four spots in Santosa; It’s free! Trying to see as much as possible on foot! It has rained a lot; Like the rain in our country! A group of small children began to sit on the floor and eat under the supervision of a woman; I watch them eat, having fun watching the kids eat.

 

 

 

I know that writing about Singapore, Malaysia or Thailand can be crazy for some and even annoying for others; Many friends have visited these places. But I like to look at any place, new or old, and write about them. Even if I go to Cox’s Bazar again, I would still like to write about it; I am a traveler!

 

 

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The Botanic Gardens in Singapore is a very beautiful place; Neatly arranged. It could have been more beautiful if we had taken care of our Botanical Garden! There are a variety of tree combinations here, I am not as interested in trees as I am in flowers; So I walked one kilometer and said goodbye quickly. I was looking for Bangladeshi workers for a few days, I found them here first. All those I have seen so far are Indians.

 

 

Mustafa Center! Combining two huge buildings, this one-stop shopping mall is now being expanded; It was started by an Indian gentleman named Mustafa. There is nothing that is not found here; Almost all the employees here are Indian, no one guards anything here, but if caught stealing can be fined up to seven years in prison!

 

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One of the characteristics of the people of Singapore is that everyone, young and old, is lean and they always wear clean clothes! They are very careful about body control, jogging in the parks in the afternoon; They have made all this the goal of life!

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On arrival at the hotel from the airport, the experienced taxi driver said that 99% of the people here have apartments. The government builds apartments and sells them to the public; According to affordability, some bought two-room, some three-room, some four-room apartments. He also said, if you do not have a place to live, how can you work with attention! Listening to him, I remembered about Bangladesh!

 

 

I started with the idea of ​​overtaking Singapore in five years; What I understood from this six-day visit to Singapore; Bangladesh can make an effort in the infrastructure and system that has been developed here, in the honesty and professionalism that has been developed among the people; Hope for the best!

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