- 1 What should I know before traveling to Singapore?
- 2 What should I avoid in Singapore?
- 3 How do Singaporeans greet each other?
- 4 Do and don’ts in Singapore?
- 5 What’s bad about Singapore?
- 6 What is famous to buy in Singapore?
- 7 Is Singapore safe at night?
- 8 What is the most common crime in Singapore?
- 9 How do Singaporeans say hello?
- 10 What is I love you in Singapore?
- 11 What do Singaporeans call themselves?
- 12 How do you say sorry in Singapore?
- 13 How do you say see you later in Singapore?
- 14 What does LL mean in Singapore?
What should I know before traveling to Singapore?
Take a look below at some of the things you need to know before visiting Singapore.
- 1.) Singapore is safe.
- 2.) Singapore isn’t cheap.
- 3.) Singapore has cheap food.
- 4.) Singapore is a very multi-cultural city.
- 5.) Orchard is the fanciest place in Singapore.
- 6.) Singapore has durian fruit.
- 8.) Taxies are reasonably priced.
What should I avoid in Singapore?
Things Tourists Should Avoid Doing in Singapore
- Dropping litter.
- Importing chewing gum.
- Ordering food without agreeing a price.
- Vandalism (even if it’s meant to be art)
- Smoking outside the designated areas.
- Being insensitive to the multicultural society.
- Eating on trains and buses.
How do Singaporeans greet each other?
Singaporean greetings vary between the major ethnic groups. A handshake generally suffices as the appropriate greeting between two people. Older Singaporeans may use both hands to shake, placing the second hand on the other person’s wrist or on top of the handshake.
Do and don’ts in Singapore?
Do’s and don ‘ ts while in Singapore
- DO be respectful and conservative. Try to be as conservative as you can to respect the locals.
- DON ‘ T smoke in public.
- DO use public transportation.
- DON ‘ T chew gum.
- DO address people with their titles.
- DON ‘ T jaywalk.
- DO carry cash.
- DON ‘ T litter.
What’s bad about Singapore?
Other than a complain-culture, Singapore faces an infrastructural crunch, unlike in other developing countries. Ordinary lives like taking the bus and train becomes overwhelming when 50% of passengers are foreigners. There isn’t enough higher education places for locals.
What is famous to buy in Singapore?
10 Best Things to Buy in Singapore – The Ultimate List of Souvenirs
- Miniature Merlion Souvenirs. The Merlion is considered a symbol of Singapore (Source)
- Orchid Perfumes.
- Asian Artefacts.
- Bak-Kwa (BBQ Meat)
- Ya-Kun Kaya Spread (Coconut Jam)
- Singapore Pressed Pennies.
- Tiger Balm Products.
- Laksa Paste.
Is Singapore safe at night?
Singapore is generally very safe at any time of the day/night, but as other members has said, low crime doesn’t mean no crime. Always keep an eye on your valuables, keep your belonging close to you, and always be aware of your surrounding.:) Singapore is really very safe at any time in any place.
What is the most common crime in Singapore?
Fraud and scams are the most prevalent crimes in Singapore.
How do Singaporeans say hello?
Learning greetings in the ethnic language goes a long way to breaking the ice with Singaporeans. You can say “hello” in Mandarin – Ni Hao, in Indian – Namaste and in Malay, the greeting is based on the time of day – Selamat Pagi for good morning, Selamat Tengah Hari for good afternoon and Selamat Malam for good night.
What is I love you in Singapore?
我舒合你 has become the go-to expression for Teochews to express “I love you” in Singapore.
What do Singaporeans call themselves?
Singaporeans or Singaporean people refers to citizens or people who identify with the city-state of Singapore. Singapore is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-lingual country, and Singaporeans of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian descent have made up the vast majority of the population since the 19th century.
How do you say sorry in Singapore?
Local Teochews in Singapore have adapted the usage of “Sorry” and pronounce it as “ Sor-li ” so you can say “Sor-li, 我无买你要食个鱼圆面”.
How do you say see you later in Singapore?
Now, the most formal way to say goodbye is to say 再见. This literally means “see you again” and is often heard in more formal settings or on TV or radio shows. 再见.
What does LL mean in Singapore?
LL. Meaning: LL Stands “lan” “lan”, what can you do about it! Example: So what if i don’t turn up for the meetingLL lah! LoOON by Ah Beng. Meaning: Endure or hope for the best.