TOP 4: Things To Look Forward To In Singapore

1) Singapore to KL is just 90 min away

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The high-speed rail (HSR) project connecting Singapore and Kuala Lumpur will have seven stops in Malaysia, namely Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Seremban, Ayer Keroh, Muar, Batu Pahat and Nusajaya in 2020. Read more: http://transport.asiaone.com/news/general/story/spore-kl-high-speed-rail-7-stops-malaysia

2) One-of-a-kind giant slides at Admiralty Park


Children will be able to play on one-of-a-kind giant slides at Admiralty Park when it reopens in 2015 as Singapore's first "destination park". Read more: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/admiralty-destination-park-open-2015-20131130

3) Doughtnut-like Dome at Singapore Airport

We all know that Singapore's Changi Airport had been awarded coveted title of best airport in the world for the past seven years running. By looking at Singapore’s Changi Airport's plans for expansion, look like they are not going to give up their top spot. 

Can't wait for the completion of the lush indoor garden area and a cascading waterfall
Renderings for the futuristic bio-dome have been revealed by architect Moshe Safdie.


 Shaped like a doughnut, the five-storey glass and steel structure – codenamed Project Jewel – will connect the airports existing three terminals via all-glass walkways. 


 A lush indoor garden area and a cascading waterfall 


The dome will also offer travellers luxury shops and leisure attractions. 

New look: How Changi Airport in Singapore will look according to architects 
Definitely a place to look forward to in years to come!!!

Completion date for the £800m ($1.5bn) project has not been released. 

You can adopt a cat!


Know more about cat history!

Play with Superstar Cats!


Beautiful cat art, movie posters, famous felines and information going up everyday at the museum!


For just $9,  you get to enter  Lion City Kitty for an unlimited time for the day of your admission, a portion of the money will goes to the Cat Welfare Society (CWS). Visitor are free to donate any additional amount to CWS during their visit too.

Seem like a better deal than going to a cat cafe...

The Cat Museum will be officially opens its doors to the public on Jan 9 2015.

More info:
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