Matthew Keezer talks about Singapore – A Beautiful Country with Many Things to See and Do

Matthew Keezer sitting at the Airport

Matthew Keezer sitting at the Airport

If you want to visit a country that offers both day and evening events to enjoy, then Singapore is where you should plan your next vacation!

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA, May 11, 2021 / -- While Singapore has often been described as a playground for the rich and famous, there are quite a few attractions that will appeal to those who are on a budget far less than a millionaire’s. However, it’s true that if you can afford to partake of Singaporean fine dining then it’s definitely worth the extra expense. Noted travel expert Matthew Keezer points out that, for the average tourist, there are a number of things to do and many photo opportunities that are based upon Singapore’s rich and diverse cultural heritage. This includes family-friendly adventures and a glimpse at a city that may, to some, appear futuristic.

Because of the advanced infrastructure, Singapore is very easy to navigate and it possesses an impressive transportation system. This makes it pretty simple to go from one area to the next. Another advantage is that English is spoken in nearly every area of the country. All-in-all, Matthew Keezer says that this is one of the most comfortable and convenient tourist destinations in Southeast Asia.

Covid-19 Considerations for Visiting Singapore

As of this writing, Matthew Keezer suggests that you research the current COVID-related restrictions in Singapore by visiting their specific government websites. Here is a guide that will assist you in doing so:

• Updates on Singapore’s border control measures in response to COVID-19 can be found on the ICA website. Information on the SG Arrival Card with Electronic Health Declaration can be found here.

• Transit through Changi Airport is allowed for specific travel routes. Travelers who wish to transit through Singapore should check directly with the airlines if their transit route is approved. More information can be found in the CAAS Press Release and the Changi Airport website.

Travelers entering under the "Tourist visa exemption scheme" can stay for up to 45 days.

Travelers must also provide proof of an insurance policy that covers treatment for Covid-19 up to the cost of $100,000 and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.

Of course, Matthew Keezer also suggests that you check with the various tourist attraction websites in order to determine if that particular attraction is currently operational, as this could change at any time.

Planning Things to do in Singapore

One of the more popular attractions is the Singapore City Tour. The tour features areas such as; Little India, Marina Bay and Chinatown. This is an attraction that is one of the best ways to begin your vacation. You can choose either an afternoon or morning tour and the UNESCO-listed botanical gardens is featured along the way. Your English-speaking licensed guide will describe the visited locations and remark upon their historical characteristics.

Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour is something that is not to be missed! Explore the evening hours in Chinatown by riverboat and trishaw. You can cruise the Singapore River and shop for bargains in the local markets. You can also indulge in the local cuisine.

If you’ve had enough of just sitting in the same location while dreaming of taking a vacation in an exotic (but sophisticated) location, Matthew Keezer suggests that now is the time to make your plans for a visit to Singapore. One major advantage at this time is that the tourist crowds, which are usually present at many of the attractions, will be much smaller, thus reducing waiting times.

Mark Stevens
Shared Media Inc
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