Singapore

Top 10 Things

  • What NOT to do
  • What to do
  • Don't eat, drink, or chew gum on the subway. There's a big fine for it. --LB
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  • Chewing gum is banned in Singapore. Don’t chew gum anywhere. --turtle
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  • To reserve your table or seat at a hawker center, a place with many low cost food stalls, you put a pack of tissues on the table, then queue for food. It is called to "chope" a table or seat. --Sg_lah
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  • Always stand on the left side of the escalator, especially in the MRT stations, to let other people walk past on the right. --Anod
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  • Sometimes we may speak in a manner that can come across as intimidating and rude, but it is the nature of some to speak in this way. Rest assured that we most likely do not have ill intentions and do not be too offended by this. --jav
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  • Look up some common "Singlish" words to fit in better and understand the feeling of what people mean. Many of these are from Hokkien (a dialect of Chinese from eastern China), but you will hear all people using these. --Zeus
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