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For many of those who have no big bikes or many tired of riding far maybe you could have an alternative.. Jetstar is having a promotion right now.. I have booked mine. A trip to phuket(again) for 70buck all in inclusive creditcard processing fee.. Without it would cost me 58 dollar..

 

I did check for bali and it stated 48buck not inclusive of the creditcard fee and the return tax u need to pay at Denpasar international airport when returning which is 50dollar and it must be in rupiah..

 

There are other places too including Hongkong,Taiwan,Australia..

 

I am not earning any discount... just wanna share..

:cheeky::cheeky::angel:

 

Booking period is by 15march which is this monday..

 

 

http://www.jetstar.com/sg/en/cheap-flights/sales.aspx?utm_source=website&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=networkwide_sale20100310

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I like super bikes very much due to speed, But i have my own car rental business for tourist who want to hire car to enjoy their tours very much, Every one can contact with us to rent a long term or short term car rent service. we welcome to all.

 

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While going for cheap tour make sure that each thing is done systematically and done appropriately. Also, make sure that the services are quality one.

 

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Man he is just asking about destinations in tour. You just started sharing knowledge from wikipedia.

 

 

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There are plenty of free tours available in Singapore.

 

Like the Chinatown Festival Committee Chinese New Year Chinatown & Mid Autumn Festival Chinatown Trails. Led by Volunteer Licenced Tour Guide of Singapore.

 

Annually, the Singapore Tourist Guide Association conducts free Tours and Trails too. From walking to Bus and Destination Tours of Singapore.

 

Even Tiong Bahru, has free tours. Just have to register. Fullerton Hotel, Asian Civilisation Museum, Peranakan Museum has Docent Led Tours. Police Heritage Centre, Marina Barrage and New Water Visitor Centre tours are free. Several museum/heritage centre/galleries offers free visits for Singapore.

 

For those looking for a bit of family fun, or conducting events for Orphanages and so on. And if your group consist of boys. I strongly recommend walking thru the group thru Hort Park, lots of swings, plant houses to hide in and a long climb up to Reflections at Bukit Chandu. Where you can book for a Docent Led Tour, where it showcase the strategies and movement of Defence and War....from the British Swing Arm Tactics to the Japanese bluffs.

 

And the heroes that did that their last stand against the Japanese.....Its worthwhile to spend up to 4 hours there. And you can either retrace your steps down thru the southern ridges to end at Seah Im Carpark hawker for meals and Bundung before catching public transport home.

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And oh....now that Fort Road Park Connector are open.

 

You can do cycling from East Coast Park, to Marina Barrage. Go thru the Gallery or managed to book a tour. From there, go over to Gardens by the Bay, probably have your kids play at the Free water garden, stay on a bit more, maybe at Macdonalds and watch the super trees light up. Or for now...its the Christmas Wonderland. They even have ice Skating Rink and Snow Palace for the kids.

 

From there, you can still go over to Marina Bay Sands, watch the water show, go over to next to Esplanade have beer and BBQ stingray, and go over the Merlion to catch the Marina Bay Sands Laser Show.

 

Go up further, and you even can get to Clarke Quay for more beers. Ride/push your bike down Orchard Road for the Christmas Lights.....

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For many of those who have no big bikes or many tired of riding far maybe you could have an alternative.. Jetstar is having a promotion right now.. I have booked mine. A trip to phuket(again) for 70buck all in inclusive creditcard processing fee.. Without it would cost me 58 dollar..

 

I did check for bali and it stated 48buck not inclusive of the creditcard fee and the return tax u need to pay at Denpasar international airport when returning which is 50dollar and it must be in rupiah..

 

There are other places too including Hongkong,Taiwan,Australia..

 

I am not earning any discount... just wanna share..

:cheeky::cheeky::angel:

 

Booking period is by 15march which is this monday..

 

 

http://www.jetstar.com/sg/en/cheap-flights/sales.aspx?utm_source=website&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=networkwide_sale20100310

 

this a godd one buy you can also go on france and buy a ticket for loto du patrimoine

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