Singapore is a small city-country (The country is 30km across and 20km in height) and thus doesn’t have states or more than 1 city as the capital is classed as the country itself.
Changi airport is Singapores main air link to the world (there is another airport but it’s smaller). Whilst I didn’t get any of the sweets on arrival as some people I’ve read about did before, the place does give you a Mike Tyson style uppercut in the wow factor. (Pic below is the arrivals for 1 of 3 of the terminals).
Firstly the sheer size of the place, and how many people are passing through. I noticed a much bigger percentage in Indian population compared to Malaysia, although Chinese is still the biggest race.
Everything is well signed (and all in all 4 of Singapores official languages) so it’s easy to get around, I still picked up some brouchers of pretty much everything going on here. I got the MRT (Mass Rapid Transport – a monorail) to Little India station nearby where I was staying. They arn’t joking around with the name either. Instantly I felt like I just got a monorail straight into India, all the colours of the fruits and textiles lined the streets as I imagine India to be. I passed Sim Lim Square, a place where I was adviced to check out for my future camera purchase, I just hope it’s doesn’t get too expensive staying here.