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The limited selection art in Singapore was offset by the artistry of the city itself. Singapore is the most clean and carefully planned city . Walkways and footbridges follow the meandering river for miles through the city. Most of the streets are tree-lined and clean. The planning is so thorough that each block contains everything for city living. So in every block, not only are there restaurants and convenience stores, but also housing, parking, grocery and clothing stores. It makes it very easy to walk for a few minutes to find most necessities.




The city also shows the huge influence of the west. The influence of England, and now the United States, is everywhere. English language predominated, colonial architecture is common and KFC, McDonalds and Levi's are everywhere. It has a little bit odd to be so far away, and at the same time, not to have experienced a very foreign environment.

The merlion (Simplified Chinese: 鱼尾狮; pinyin: Yúwěishī) is a statue with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Its name comes from a portmanteau of mermaid and lion. The merlion was designed by Fraser Brunner for the Singapore Tourism Board in 1964 and was used as its logo up to 1997. The Merlion continues to be its trademark symbol.
The Merlion is one of the most well-known tourist icons of Singapore. Its landmark statue, once at the Merlion Park, was relocated to the front of the Fullerton Hotel in April 2002.
The Merlion is one of the most well-known tourist icons of Singapore. Its landmark statue, once at the Merlion Park, was relocated to the front of the Fullerton Hotel in April 2002.
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