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Traveller's reviews and photos

Singapore is simply a great place, a must see. It is very vibrant, clean and well connected. You would find many things to do in Singapore without without kids.
United Kingdom
19 February 2017
Very good
Must do is see the giant animatronic crane show. Free each night on Sentosa Island.
New Zealand
19 February 2017
Beautiful metropol. Great attractions - marina bay gardens, zoo, parks. Architecture. Cafes. Food.
19 February 2017
Wonderful, safe, clean city. It's a walking city so pack comfortable shoes. City opens at 11am and closes late night. So sleep in and dine late.
20 February 2017
One of the cleanest and most relaxing cities in the world. Singapore is beautiful the food the shopping the culture absolutely everything is great and will definitely be coming back
20 February 2017

Accommodation and hotels in Singapore

Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

8.6 Fabulous

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Resorts World Sentosa - Hard Rock Hotel

7.6 Good

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Resorts World Sentosa - Festive Hotel

7.5 Good

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Siloso Beach Resort, Sentosa

7.1 Good

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Mandarin Orchard Singapore

8.3 Very good

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PARKROYAL on Pickering

9 Superb

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Royal Plaza on Scotts

8.5 Very good

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Grand Park Orchard

7.9 Good

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Swissotel The Stamford

8.4 Very good

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Discover Singapore

Popular neighbourhoods in Singapore

Singapore City Centre

109 properties

Armed with the power of several districts, the city centre has oodles of offbeat activities at every turn. Run your eyes up a thousand varieties of orchid in the Botanic Gardens, or colour your life with paint at a Singapore Art Museum exhibition. Rejoin the madness in Chinatown, or chill out in Tanjong Pagar, a haunt for café and bar hoppers.

Kampong Glam (Arab Street)

107 properties

‘Bohemian’ – a word that sums up this intoxicating area, where an army of artists and fashionistas roam the streets for clothes, accessories and music. Fly in to Kampong Glam for a feast of food choice, or shop for hipster threads on Haji Lane. Just steps away, the Malay Heritage Centre recounts the history of Malay Singaporeans.

Singapore Central Business District

92 properties

It’s not all bean counting and abacus flicking in Singapore’s corporate centre – some buildings are models of ‘Feng Shui’ architecture. Admire the glassy sheen, then discover some cultural delights: try the Asian Civilisations Museum on Empress Place for a multimedia blitz, or catch quirky plays and exhibits at The Substation on Armenian Street.


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Boutiques and old-colonial buildings have earned this district a reputation as a charming shopping neighbourhood. Bugis Street has over 800 tented stalls with quirky souvenirs and brassy baubles. Hindu Sri Krishnan Temple bears glistening treasures, with strikingly lifelike architecture that seems to leap out at you in all directions.


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Orchard Road’s 20-odd malls are like honeypots for shopper bees. Best for the budget-conscious is Far East Plaza, where teenagers blow their dollars, or save them for *Scape’s weekend bazaar and events. Discerning shoppers head to ION Orchard for eight levels of high-end international brands. 313@Somerset is great for high-street brands.


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Chinatown – smorgasbord of sights, sounds and smells. Skip the trinket shopping and dine at one of the most famous food stalls in town, Tian Tian Chicken Rice. Visit Tanjong Pagar precinct for pre-war architectural treasures. Find nostalgia at the Chinatown Heritage Centre, or view sacred relics at the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.

Singapore River

40 properties

Adrenaline junkie? Feel the gravity of the G-Max Reverse Bungee. Take in the views of Marina Bay and the famous half-lion, half-fish fountain at Merlion Park. At dusk, the pace slows down as the sun reflects across the water, but a stroll along Boat Quay, Clarke Quay or Robertson Quay reveals plenty of restaurants that pop with colour.


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Singapore’s naughtiest district is a pink-lit haze of loopy lorongs (lanes) with charming thatched-roof shops with colourful facades. Massage parlours – both adult-oriented and mainstream – offer a thousand ways to relax. Belt out ‘Cantopop’ or Teresa Teng tunes at karaoke, or nip up some famed chilli crab from one of the seafood eateries.

Little India

25 properties

‘Big India’ is a bit far away, so why not save your legs and dive into this gourmand's paradise instead? Muthu’s Curry and Banana Leaf are two popular places for fish-head curry, a local delicacy. Little India is one of the last few districts to retain its cultural and architectural authenticity; don’t miss the ancient Sri Mariamman Temple.

Newton/ Novena

20 properties

Newton is quietly residential and an established centre for expats. What it lacks in cultural activities, it makes up for in modern architecture, luxury condos and top-notch hospitals. Nearby Novena is heaven for high-end sporting goods. At the end of a long shopping day, whizz around the seafood restaurants at Newton Food Centre for local treats.

Sentosa Island

16 properties

Beach bunny alert! Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso are man-made beaches filled with dozens of upscale hotels. Take your kids to Universal Studios, or watch 15,000 creatures flutter by at Butterfly Park. Fly away at iFly Singapore’s humungous wind tunnel, then dine at restaurants managed by celebrity chefs like Joël Robuchon and Sam Leong.

Shenton Way

15 properties

Pack your power suit and march with suit-wearing financial types. The area is loaded with venues that cater to a corporate clientele, including yoga centres, restaurants and dozens of coffee chains. Gamble at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Casino. Wander into Lau Pa Sat Festival Market for all of Asia’s cuisine at your fingertips.


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Treat your taste buds in Katong, known for its delectable flavours of traditional Peranakan (Straits Chinese) cuisine. Travel back in time in the archives in The Katong Antique House, a shop filled with bric-a-brac for all ages. Jump on the gravy train at Old Airport Road Food Centre that whets the palate but leaves the wallet contentedly plump.

Marina Bay

12 properties

Palms shoot from the concrete between Marina Bay’s skyscrapers. Rotate on the Singapore Flyer observation wheel for a spot of swoon-inducing fun. Gander at the Gardens by the Bay, or pull out your magnifying glass and make for the ArtScience Musuem for interactive fun. For kicks, cross over Helix Bridge (a curved bridge that resembles DNA).

Dhoby Ghaut

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Dhoby Ghaut’s got a touch of flair about it. It’s home to Singapore’s first fine-arts school, and you’ll see arty types sauntering the streets at every turn. Watch art-house films at The Cathay, shop at Plaza Singapura, or zap over to Istana to see the President’s official residence – its security guard-filled grounds are open on public holidays.

Local tips for Singapore

St John’s Island
Maressa by Maressa

Song-bird Maressa loves to perform and write, as well as keep active.

Take a break from the city’s hustle and bustle and hop aboard a ferry from Marina South Pier to this island, where cats outnumber human residents! You can relax on the beach with its pristine white sands and crystal-clear waters, or hop between Sisters, Kusu and Lazarus islands.

  • St John’s Island, Singapore
The Projector
Nick by Nick

Nick likes to combine a city break with a trek, cultural performance or concert.

Travel back in time and step inside this retro, independent cinema at Golden Mile Tower. It screens indie movies, foreign films and cult classics. Lounge in the Golden Bar, or on a bean-bag and keep an eye out for themed events, such as Star Wars, Spielberg and Kubrick nights.

  • 6001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Tower, #05-00, Singapore 199589
  • Open Tuesday-Friday 18:30-23:30, Saturday-Sunday 13:00-23:30
Marilyn by Marilyn

Snap-happy Marilyn loves her little camera — and posting pictures of tasty food!

This hidden hipster hangout has been transformed from a car park to a rooftop bar! In the centre of Chinatown, it offers affordable street tapas and craft beer. It often hosts indie movie screenings, performances by local bands, a flea market, or an underground DJ spinning a record or two!

  • 1 Park Road #06-00, People’s Park Complex, Singapore 059108
  • Open Tuesday-Thursday 16:00-23:00, Friday 16:00-00:00, Saturday 12:00-00:00, Sunday 12:00-23:00
Marina at Keppel Bay (Keppel Island)
Nurul by Nurul

Nurul dreams of visiting the Wonders of the World, but will settle for nature, beaches and boutiques.

This tiny island between Sentosa and the mainland shouldn’t be skipped! Marina at Keppel Bay is accessible via a link bridge road. Dine at the famous Prive or TCC restaurant with views of the yachts, or pack a picnic!

  • 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Marina at Keppel Bay, 098382
New Asia Bar
Zac by Zac

Mobile phone, check. Local SIM card, check. Battery pack, check. Zac is ready to travel!

If you are looking to chill out while looking at the best view Singapore can offer, take an escalator to Singapore's tallest bar on the 71st floor (gasp). Given that this is right above City Hall MRT station, the convenience factor is high!

Pulau Ubin Island
Anna by Anna

Anna loves finding non-touristy places to get a deeper understanding of the culture.

Pulau Ubin Island houses Singapore’s last kampong-style village. Wander the dirt roads lined with colorful wooden houses, then admire the breathtaking blue quarries. To get there, catch a 15-minute ferry for around SGD 2.5 from Changi Point Ferry Terminal.

Bugis Street
Irene by Irene

Travel-mad Irene loves an adventure and discovering new cultures.

Bugis is a great place to go shopping. There are 2 malls plus the bustling Bugis Street, which houses boutiques selling clothes, souvenirs & accessories at bargain prices. Be prepared to cope with big crowds!

  • 3 New Bugis St, 188867
Labrador Nature Reserve
Putri by Putri

Home-chef extraordinaire Putri loves arts, photography and cooking up a storm!

I love the tranquil mangrove in the Labrador Nature Reserve ('Labrador Park'), with beautiful coastal views nearby. If you’re ambitious, take a hike up the reserve and enjoy ancient relics and secret tunnels built during World War II.

Southern Ridges Walking Trail
Siti by Siti

Siti loves traveling alone or with company and is intrigued by observing different ways of life.

Walk from Kent Ridge Park to the forest canopy. The highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore is half way along. The gem of this trail is the breathtaking view that awaits you at the end of it all at Mount Faber Park.

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Recommendations for Singapore

learn the MRT lines (NS, NE, EW, circle, etc.) and the local people flow in the morning and the afternoon. then you can escape the throng of people going to work in the morning and returning home in the afternoon, by choosing your route/line. it might take a longer route but the trains won't be jampacked and you won't have to rush.

It has everything for everyone and for all tastes. From exclusive high international fashion to budget commodity goods, great electronics and the latest in gadgets that work in all corners of the planet. Virtually all purchases are duty free if you are a foreign visitor and tax claiming is very simple, friendly and easy.

Perhaps, but one needs to gather local information on locations and kind of merchandise one is looking for which is hard to collect due to poor communication with local persons one generally comes across, who themselves are not knowledgeable and bother to think out of the box to help out.

Tourists should eat at local coffeshop or food centre instead of having meals at restaurants. Should search for food at the local ethnic community area ie. Geylang Serai(Malay), Chinatown(Chinese), Little India(Indian) & Katong(Peranakans). asked travellers...

Why would you recommend Singapore for food?

This is a cross roads of varying cultures. I stayed three nights and I ate an excellent chilli crab at Fullerton One , a fiery vindaloo on Clarke Quay the next evening and a delicious Laksa at the hotel before I left.

Singapore zoological gardens, all of them, are absolutely fantastic. The only drawback is that it takes quite a journey to get there and back - but - by all means it's worth it! The best zoos and aquaria I've been to.

MRT is great and cheap with most fares about $1.02 if you get a touch pass. The $5 deposit is nothing if you use it for a few trips as fa res are lower with the touch pass compared to a single paper ticket.

I wish I had more time here as its nice to walk round, good place to have picnic but tidy up after. Its free but if you want to see national orchid garden you have to pay I didn't have time. asked travellers...

How do they keep Singapore so clean?

Strict laws against littering keep Singapore clean.


Singapore transport

Air - Changi International Airport

MRT (underground), bus and taxi all link to the city centre. For the MRT, follow the ‘underground’ signs, then buy a ticket from a machine. Catch a train to Tanah Merah (every 6 minutes from 05:31–23:18 Monday–Saturday; 05:59–23:18 Sunday) then transfer to the westbound Joo Koon line. The number 36 SBS Transit Bus runs every 10–15 minutes from 06:00–00:00 and takes around an hour. Taxis take half an hour and cost SGD 18–38, plus surcharges depending on the time/day.

MRT System

Singapore’s MRT (aka. ‘metro’) stations are spotless and trains run like clockwork from 05:30–00:00 daily. City Hall and Raffles Place are the two ‘central stations’. Identify stations by their wavy yellow logos and buy tickets at GTM machines inside. Ticket prices are fixed by distance travelled. Alternately, buy a Singapore Tourist Pass for 1, 2 or 3 days (costing approx. SGD 10/16/20). You risk a fine for consuming food or drink inside stations and MRT trains.


Singapore has an extensive bus network – and all signs are in English. Go to a stop in the direction you want to travel and signal the driver. Get on and pay with exact change into the coin box. The driver will issue you with a receipt that doubles as a ticket. Most routes run every 5–30 minutes from 05:30–00:00 daily. Some train stations sell Singapore Tourist Passes (1/2/3 days for SGD 20/26/30, with a SGD 10 refund if you return the card), also valid on trains.


Singapore has an abundant supply of taxis, and they are the easiest way to get around (outside of rush hour). Simply hail one from the street or stop by a taxi stand. The industry is heavily monitored and regulated, so virtually all taxis are official and the risk of being ripped-off is low. Prices vary according to your destination, and cash payment is preferred – add 10% for credit card payments. Surcharges are made for travel on selected expressways, which will be added to your fare.


Singapore has an ultra-modern road and expressway system. On-street parking and car parks are usually operated by the government, and parking coupons need to be pre-purchased from post offices and major convenience stores. Traffic congestion can be an issue, especially at weekends and during peak-hours. Singaporeans drive on the left, and you risk a large fine if you are not wearing your seat belt.

Food in Singapore

Top restaurants in Singapore

High-end dining
Riverwalk Tandoor

Indulge in the buffet or choose your own a la carte dishes, either way you would want seconds. The tandoori chicken is tender and juicy while the naan is served fresh. Enjoy the food while taking in the river view in the alfresco dining area.

High-end dining
Jumbo Seafood

Part of a chain, this particular outlet is situated along the Singapore River. Whilst enjoying the views if you're dining alfresco, make sure you order Singapore's famous Chilli Crab with Mantou (deep-fried buns), Salted Egg Golden Prawns and Steamed Bamboo Clam with Minced Garlic. Hungry yet?

Good value

Happy hour beers, sliders and an amazing view of Marina Bay! The busiest hours are after work where the office crowd congregates, and on weekends where pre-drinks are had before heading to Butter Factory Club just next door.

  • 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
  • Open Monday to Tuesday 11:30–14:30 and 17:00–22:30, Wednesday to Thursday 11:30–14:30 and 17:00–00:00, Friday 11:30–14:30 and 22:30–02:00, Saturday 17:00–22:30 and 22:30–02:00.
  • 0065 6423 0701
High-end dining
Si Chuan Dou Hua

Savour the spices of Sichuan cuisine along with delicious Cantonese dishes and Dim Sum. Situated at the 60th floor of UOB Plaza, it also features a tea room, which carries over 25 types of premium Chinese tea.

Cheap 'n' tasty

Some people call this a sexy space, but we're very sure it's minimalist chic. What draws the crowd to this cafe nestled amid shophouses selling Chinese goods? The great coffee at great prices, chill music, and if you're there at the right time, rather good looking people as well.

  • 17 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059660
  • Open Tuesday to Sunday 08:00–20:00.
Cheap 'n' tasty
Qi Ji

Come here for their signature Popiah (spring roll), filled with grated turnip and carrot, chopped peanuts and other ingredients, all topped with chilli and sweet sauce. They also serve other delights such as Nasi Lemak, Mee Siam and Mee Rebus, along with drinks such as my favourite homemade barley.

  • Marina Square #01-06, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
  • Open weekdays 07:00–21:00, weekends 08:00–21:00.
  • 0065 63347783
Good value
Patisserie G

Small and cosy this patisserie was opened by a cordon bleu-trained chef whose staples include gateaux, macarons and chocolate truffles.

Good value
Entre-Nous Creperie

Enjoy a slice of Brittany at this unassuming restaurant, run by a husband and wife team, which serves delicious sweet and savoury crepes.

  • #01-01, 27 Seah Street, Singapore 188383
  • Open Tuesday to Friday 12:00–15:00 and 18:00–22:00, Saturday 11:00–22:00, Sunday 11:00–18:00.
  • 0065 6333 4671
Cheap 'n' tasty
Golden Shoe Nasi Lemak

It can be a little hard to get your hands on cheap food (that is good!) in the central business district, but this fits the bill! Grab a plate of Nasi Lemak for under $4 and don't be scared away by the green rice, which is flavoured with Pandan (Screwpine) Leaves. Psst! This stall is located at #02-14 in Golden Shoe Food Centre, which also houses other cheap_eats!

  • 50 Market Street, Singapore 048940
  • Open every day 09:00–18:00.
Good value
Platypus Test Kitchen

Platypus handmakes all their pastas and yet it's still easy on the wallet! This is always good news, especially when it uses organic produce and the freshest herbs possible. Try the Spice Diablo Crab & Prawn as well as the Wild Mushroom Risotto!

  • #02-02 Clifford Centre, 24 Raffles Place, Singapore 048621
  • Open weekdays 10:30–17:30.
  • 0065 8112 1194
High-end dining
Kinki Restaurant + Bar

Start off with an apertif at the rooftop bar, which has great views of the bay and then head down for some inventive Japanese food at the restaurant below!

Cheap 'n' tasty
Chin Chin Eating House

If you're in the city hall area and chicken rice is on your mind, head down Purvis Street to satisfy your craving. It also serves up Hainanese Pork Chop and other traditional a la carte dishes.

  • Beach Road Conservation Area, 19 Purvis Street, Singapore 188598
  • Open every day 07:00–21:00.
  • 0065 6337 4640
High-end dining

If you want a posh night out this is a good option. The food is great & the setting is beautiful. Flutes is located in the iconic National Museum of Singapore and has an outdoor and indoor section.

  • 93 Stamford Road, Singapore178897
  • Open weekdays 11:30–14:00 and 15:00–17:00 and 18:30–22:00, Saturday 10:00–14:30 and 15:00–17:00 and 18:30–22:30, Sunday 10:00–14:30 and 15:00–17:00.
  • 0065 6338 8770
Good value
Sofra Turkish Cafe and Restaurant

Located inside Shaw Towers, this Turkish restaurant serves an awesome eggplant dip (babaghanoush) that goes really well with flatbread. Even if you hate eggplant, this place will convert you.

  • Shaw Tower #02-42, 100 Beach Road, Singapore189702
  • Open Monday to Thursday 11:30–14:30 and 18:00pm–21:30, Friday 11:30–14:30 and 18:00–22:00, Saturday 12:00–22:00, Sunday 12:00–21:30.
  • 0065 6291 1433
Good value

This place offers yummy salads, wraps and soups made with fresh ingredients and homemade dressings. My personal favourite is the Cheaper Than a Facial. Up the yummy metre by adding cajun shrimp and throwing it all in a spinach wrap. Slurrrp.

Good value
Pagi Sore

Hearty Indonesian cuisine with vegetarian options. I recommend getting the set menus, which almost always includes their signature Tahur Telor (fried tofu and egg) and a sinful-but-cannot-resist avocado dessert. The otah fish is also exceptionally delicious!

Cheap 'n' tasty
Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice

How to order chicken rice: pick the part of the chicken you want (breast/ thigh etc.), indicate if you want it steamed or roasted, do you want to add an egg or innards? When it comes, dribble chilli, ginger, and dark soya sauce over your rice. And bon appetit! At Wee Nam Kee, you can also order a set meal which comes with dumpling soup or stir-fried vegetables.

  • #04-102B The Gallerie, Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
  • Open every day 10:00–22:00.
  • 0065 6333 9830
Good value
Cafe Iguana

A casual dining area to enjoy simple Mexican bites and refreshing drinks right by the river. Order their fried squid with mole verde, quesadillas and chimichangas to share.

  • #01-03 Riverside Point, 30 Merchant Road, Singapore 058282
  • Open Monday to Thursday 16:00–01:00, Friday 16:00–03:00, Saturday 12:00–03:00, Sunday 12:00–01:00.
  • 0065 6236 1275
Good value
Tiffany Café & Restaurant

This is one of the few hotel restaurants in Singapore offering buffet spreads from a halal kitchen. Enjoy the hot favourite - fresh sashimi, or other local and Asian fare such as laksa, sushi, Teochew porridge, roasted chicken or duck, and dim sum. The extensive array of hot and cold desserts includes cakes, durian pengat, chocolate fondue, and ice-cream.

Cheap 'n' tasty
Ji De Chi Dessert

Sesame paste, peanut paste, ginger soup and best of all, Durian Paste!! Traditional chinese desserts best enjoyed after dinner and with good friends (so you can taste them all without feeling guilty)!

  • 8 Liang Seah Street, Singapore 189029
  • Open Sunday to Thursday 11:00–23:00, Friday to Saturday 11:00–23:30.
  • 0065 6339 9928
Cheap 'n' tasty
Ah Chew Dessert

Popular and packed, Ah Chew Dessert offers up traditional and modern Singaporean-Chinese desserts that are handmade and available hot and cold.

  • Liang Seah Place #01-10/11, 1 Liang Seah Street, Singapore 189022
  • Open Monday to Thursday 12:30–23:30, Friday 12:30–00:30, Saturday 13:30–00:30, Sunday 13:30–23:30.
  • 0065 6339 8198
High-end dining
Balzac Brasserie

Situated within the Rendezvous Hotel, this romantic bistro serves classic French cuisine, accompanied with a selection of wines. Go al fresco and soak in the ambience as you sip on the Traditional French Onion Soup for starters, the Beef Cheeks a la Cuillere for your main, and end off with a sweet Balzac Crème Brulee for dessert.

  • Rendezvous Gallery #01-01, 9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189559
  • Open every day 11:30–23:00.
  • 0065 6336 0797
Good value

Casual Japanese dining, with a self-service approach. You first order your style of udon (hot/cold), pick a few tempura sides, settle the bill and pick your condiments. My personal favorite is the cold udon, and the tempura prawns (limited to 30 a day so come early!) Remember to clear your tray before you leave as normal etiquette in Japan.

High-end dining
Man Fu Yuan (inside Intercontinental Hotel)

An elegant restaurant offering exquisite Cantonese food. It specialises on pairing delicious teas with its dishes. Dont forget to try their delicate, handcrafted dim sums!

Good value

If you're exploring Chinatown and craving for some Korean cuisine, Togi is the place to go. This family joint serves up delicious spicy cold noodles, Bulgogi and Kimchi Pajun, alongside a free-flow of side dishes!

  • 11 Mosque Street, Singapore 059491
  • Open Monday to Tuesday 12:00–14:00 and 18:00–21:00, Thursday to Saturday 12:00–14:00 and 18:00–21:00.
  • 0065 6221 0830
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