Question

Looking at just moving about at night life and eating haunts, divine local desserts and some scenic night romantic views... not...

...clubbing spots where smoky conditions hover unhealthily. Can you arrange or do you have yr own car/vehicle for the guiding tour too? Let me know... its our honeymoon trip as 2-day stopover enroute to Australia & NZ. May consider catching up again on return stopover after 3 weeks by Down Under. We are in our mid 50's incidentally... ;)

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Hi Gun,

I am afraid I won't be able to take you on tour on the specified dates as I am not available on those days.

Sorry about that.

Regards...
Thanks An for letting me know. Not to worry, its still early at this stage to sort out and decide who is able and willing to help guide or provide whatever tips or recommendations to help us enjoy our short stint/stay in Singapore.
Yes i can organise a tour for you, i do not have a car but we can go by taxi, not a problem. Do you want a full day tour showing you the highlights of singapore and then i can arrange the nightlife for you too?
Hullo Jo! Excellent start and prompt with your offer. I'll get back to you again and weigh the options as this progresses...

You may in the meantime, let me know what you wish to suggest as options etc... to my email addy instead. We can catch up from there alright?

My email>>:
We'll I suggest you two to try the Night Safari (A night tour ride in the zoo,looking at the might animals followed by a lovely dinner.)

If you guys like eating by the sea, try some nice food places at Sentosa, such as the Sand Bar. Or some restaurant with good sea views over at VivoCity. I'm 18yo, taking my driving license, and by September,If things goes well,I'll be getting my license!!! For the type of cars,it's up to you,I can rent the car according to your likings,Ifnot I'm driving a Nissan Sunny.
TQ Ernz and thats a speedy service u're onto... Good to note yr service and drive. How is road conditions with traffic for a young and new licenced motorist at the wheel? I am aware of yr heavy traffic conjestion but tell me more of your options through my email and we'll catch up from there alright?

My email>>:
Hi, If you are looking at moving about the nightlife, you can start with a stroll along
1) Esplanade and have a BBQ seafood there(note, some smoke expected but managable).Later, you can take a romantic Singapore River Boat Cruise and take in the sights of the Singpore River and I'll meet the two of you at teh other side of the bank. If you are so inclined, you can also take the Giant Ferris Wheel at the Singapore Flyer, now you get a helicopter view of SIngapore.For great desserts, check out Bugis Street or Pagodo Street in Chinatown which serves great egg pudding the traditional way. They also have new delights like manago smoothies with incre-cream or green tea desserts.
If you are into late night shopping, you can go to Mustafa in Little India for souvenirs on Saturday.or satay at Lau Pa Sat.Or go wine tasting at Mount Faber or a local pub, no smoke, just a cozy place to taste wine and chill.
Must -try food in Singapore includes Satay, Laksa,Barbeque seafood,local desserts like red bean soup,custard tarts,durians(???)
Hi, If you are looking at moving about the nightlife, you can start with a stroll along
1) Esplanade and have a BBQ seafood there(note, some smoke expected but managable).Later, you can take a romantic Singapore River Boat Cruise and take in the sights of the Singpore River and I'll meet the two of you at teh other side of the bank. If you are so inclined, you can also take the Giant Ferris Wheel at the Singapore Flyer, now you get a helicopter view of SIngapore.For great desserts, check out Bugis Street or Pagodo Street in Chinatown which serves great egg pudding the traditional way. They also have new delights like manago smoothies with incre-cream or green tea desserts.
If you are into late night shopping, you can go to Mustafa in Little India for souvenirs on Saturday.or satay at Lau Pa Sat.Or go wine tasting at Mount Faber or a local pub, no smoke, just a cozy place to taste wine and chill.
Must -try food in Singapore includes Satay, Laksa,Barbeque seafood,local desserts like red bean soup,custard tarts,durians(???)

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