Lion Air Now Flies From Surabaya To Singapore

Lion Air

Lion Air now flies from Surabaya to Singapore daily!
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Singapore Airlines To Launch A New Low-cost Airline

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Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced plans to launch a new no-frills, low-fare airline operating widebody aircraft on both medium and long-haul routes. The new airline will be wholly owned by Singapore Airlines, but will be operated independently and managed separately. Operations will start as early as next year.
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Batman Bin Suparman

Batman Bin Suparman

Believe it or not, there exists a person with this interesting name: Batman Bin Suparman.
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Bubble Tea Craze in Singapore

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Bubble tea or pearl tea is a tea drink which contains sugar, milk and pearls – chewy balls made of tapioca. The popular drink was invented in Taiwan.

Ten years ago, Singapore was hit by bubble tea craze when the popular Taiwanese drink was first introduced in the country. More than five years after its bubble burst, the craze for the curious concoction is back.
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Universal Studio Singapore’s Grand Opening

Universal Studios Singapore Grand Opening

Universal Studios Singapore (USS) will celebrate its Grand Opening on Saturday, 28 May 2011. Hollywood and Asian celebrities are scheduled to appear at the celebration event.

The celebration will kick off with a movie-themed Grand Opening ceremony at the signature 21-meter tall arch entrance and feature the park’s biggest resident stars: Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, Betty Boop, Woody Woodpecker, The Scorpion King, Shrek, Princess Fiona and the heroes from Madagascar.
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Garuda Indonesia To Move To Changi Airport Terminal 3

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Starting from 22 February 2011, Indonesia’s national airline, Garuda Indonesia, will move its operational base in Singapore from Changi Airport Terminal 1 to Terminal 3. The move is intended to improve the service standard and passenger experience.
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AirAsia Attacks Tiger Airways In Newspaper Ads

Air Asia Attacks Tiger Airways Newspaper Advertisment

The rivalry between two budget airlines: Malaysia-based AirAsia and Singapore-based Tiger Airways is getting more and more intense. AirAsia recently launched straightforward attacks to its rival in full-page advertisements, published in Singapore newspapers: Straits Times and Business Times.

The advertisement depicts a cartoon of a crying tiger cub and features a large tag-line: ‘If Tigers were meant to fly, they would be born with wings.’
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Free Charging at Changi Airport Singapore

Free Handphone Charging Station at Changi Airport Singapore

If your handphone/mobile phone, iPod, iPad or digital camera is running out of battery while transiting at Changi Airport Singapore, fret not, simply find or ask the information counter for free charging stations which are distributed across the airport.
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Angry Woman on Singapore MRT Train

Angry Woman On Singapore MRT

The following video shows a Singaporean woman in a heavy make up angrily launched verbal abuse at other MRT passengers in a mixture of English and Hokkien.
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Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

Marina Bay Sands Singapore

On 24 June 2010, the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark will be open to the public. SkyPark, the S$150 million crown jewel of Marina Bay Sands Singapore, offers visitors a 360-degree spectacular and splendid view of the Singapore city skyline and the Marina Bay seafront.
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