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Kam Wak Hassan
Day 1
21h 40m
Estimate time
14,883 km
Day 2
Kam Wak Hassan
- Trip Weather 27 °C - Trip Weather 28 °C - Trip Weather 28 °C
Ulu Bedok
Day 6
21h 40m
Estimate time
14,888 km
Day 7

Travel Tips

Absolutely! Visiting Boon Lay, Ulu Bedok, Kam Wak Hassan and Ama Keng in Singapore should be an amazing experience. Let me provide you with some travel tips to aid your journey:

Best Time to Visit:
Singapore generally boasts a tropical rainforest climate which is consistent year-round. However, it gets particularly crowded from November to early January, and then from June to July during the school holidays. A good time to visit especially in terms of weather and crowd, could be February to April, the months between Summers and Winters.

Route and Accessibility:
Public transportation in Singapore is extensive. The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train system is highly efficient and can take you to major districts. Busses are also reliable. Taxis and ride-hailing services are widely available. For Ama Keng, there is a shuttle bus service from Lim Chu Kang Rd.

Altitude and Acclimatization:
Altitude won't be a concern in Singapore as it is essentially a very low-lying country. All the places mentioned are almost at sea-level, so there shouldn't be any need for acclimatization.

Accommodation and Booking:
Singapore is well known for its wide range of accommodations ranging from luxury hotels to budget hostels. Booking in advance is always recommended.

Clothing and Essentials:
Given the tropical climate, lightweight, breathable clothing would be comfortable and practical. Essentials include sunscreen, hat, shades to protect from the scorching sun. It could drizzle any time in Singapore, carrying a small umbrella or a rain jacket would be a good idea.

Health and Safety:
Tap water is potable in Singapore and will be safe for consumption. The city is quite clean but do carry a hand sanitizer. Have travel insurance in place for any emergencies.

Local Etiquette and Respect:
Singapore is a culturally diverse city, respecting local traditions and customs is always appreciated. In many religious sites, modest dressing is advised. Using your right hand to eat and greet people is the custom in Islamic culture. Littering carries strict penalties in Singapore, so always use dustbins. A knowledge of basic English will take you a long way as it is one of the official languages.

Don't forget to sample the local cuisines in each of those places! Enjoy your travel!