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Travel Guide

Our guide to holidays Singapore, brought to you by the loveit coverit travel insurance team.


Our Singapore Travel Guide

If you enjoy history, culture, museums, art, gardens, and amazing food, then you should consider visiting Singapore. This city is known for its century-old temples, bustling hawker centers, and lush green spaces. It is also home to several unique attractions, including the world's tallest indoor waterfall (115 feet), the largest orchid garden (60,000 blooming plants), and the first nocturnal zoo. Singapore offers many opportunities for one-of-a-kind experiences and is a great place to try new flavors and explore new frontiers.

Whether you are looking for adventure or simply want to relax and enjoy the city's diverse offerings, Singapore is the perfect destination for your next great travel adventure.

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Reasons why you should get travel insurance for your trip to Singapore

Loss Luggage

Travel insurance covers losses due to lost, stolen, or delayed baggage, ensuring your essentials are replaced swiftly, allowing you to continue embracing Singapore.

Travel Disruptions

From strikes to transportation issues, unforeseen events can disrupt your travel plans. Travel insurance can provide coverage for trip interruptions and delays, including reimbursement for additional expenses incurred due to unexpected travel disruptions, allowing you to navigate such challenges more smoothly.

Medical cost

Travelers might require medical attention due to unforeseen illnesses or accidents. Travel insurance can cover medical expenses, hospital stays, and medical evacuation if needed, offering peace of mind in the event of unexpected health issues.

Unpredictable Weather Conditions

Singaporeis known for its unpredictable weather, which can change rapidly from sunny to rainy within a short period. Travel insurance can provide coverage for unexpected weather-related disruptions, such as flight cancellations, delays, or tour cancellations due to adverse weather conditions.

Main Facts About Singapore

The Singapore dollar is the official currency of the Republic of Singapore. Its currency symbol is S$ and its nickname is the 'Sing'. You may see it abbreviated to SGD. There are 100 cents to one Singapore dollar. It's always a good idea to have some cash, but Singapore's a very modern country, and credit cards are used just as often as they are in the west.
The population of Singapore today is more than 75% Chinese, about 15% Malay, about 8% 'Indian' (mainly Tamil), and roughly 2% other origins, but about half of the population now speak English (or Singlish) at home. And Singlish is the neutral language between members of different ethnic groups.
February is the hottest month in Singapore with an average temperature of 27°C (81°F) and the coldest is January at 26°C (79°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 9 in September. The wettest month is December with an average of 269mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in April when the average sea temperature is 30°C (86°F). Be sure to pack the sun cream.
Power Plugs
For Singapore there are three associated plug types C, G and M. Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins, plug type G has three rectangular pins in a triangular pattern and type M is the plug that has three round pins. Singapore operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
According to the latest data from the United Nations, the current population of Singapore is 5,934,402 as of May 2, 2022. This information was compiled by Worldometer.
Fun Fact
If you find yourself with some downtime at Changi Airport in Singapore, you can take advantage of the free movie screenings available 24/7. In Terminal 2 and 3, you can watch 2D movies, while Terminal 4 offers a 4D cinema experience. Simply choose a movie and sit back and enjoy!
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Your Singapore Bucket list

If you're in Singapore, you HAVE to do these things:

1. Explore the wonders of Cloud Forest.
2. Check out the Gardens By the Bay.
3. Visit the island Pulau Ubin.
4. Spent an evening at Thian Hock Keng.
5. Follow the Kallang River.
6. Take a stroll down Kampong Lorong Buangkok.
7. Vist the Sea Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa.
8. Catch some prawns at Orto.
9. Experience the mythological Ten Courts of Hell at Haw Par Villa.
10. Check out Singapore Zoo.


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