SIN­GA­PORE LIKE A CRAZY RICH ASIAN

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Escape - - YOUR VIEW - Tips from Sin­ga­pore Tourism, vis­itsin­ga­pore.com

The film adap­ta­tion of Kevin Kwan’s in­ter­na­tional best sell­ing book, Crazy Rich Asians, pre­mieres in cin­e­mas around Aus­tralia on Au­gust 30. Here’s how to see its star at­trac­tion – Sin­ga­pore.

MA­RINA BAY SANDS

The lo­ca­tion for Nick and Rachel’s en­gage­ment party and an iconic sym­bol in Sin­ga­pore, Ma­rina Bay Sands soars 57 lev­els above the city. The in­fin­ity pool is avail­able to ho­tel guests and stretches 150m long. Trav­ellers can ac­cess the ob­ser­va­tion deck or have a cock­tail at Ce La Vie.

GAR­DENS BY THE BAY

The venue for one of the film’s wed­ding re­cep­tions, Gar­dens by the Bay is home to the photo-fa­mous Su­pertree Grove – 18 fan­tas­ti­cal trees that come alive for the twice-nightly Gar­den Rhap­sody Sound & Light Show (7.45pm and 8.45pm)

HAWKER CEN­TRES

You don’t have to break the bank to eat like a king in Sin­ga­pore, with two hawker stalls awarded Miche­lin stars – Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle and Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, both sell­ing tra­di­tional dishes start­ing from $S3 ($3).

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