Cheap Airline Tickets Singapore

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  • An airline ticket is a document, created by an airline or a travel agency, to confirm that an individual has purchased a seat on a flight on an aircraft. This document is then used to obtain a boarding pass, at the airport.
  • a country in southeastern Asia on the island of Singapore; achieved independence from Malaysia in 1965
  • A country in Southeast Asia that consists of the island of Singapore (linked by a causeway to the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula) and about 54 smaller islands; pop. 4,353,000; capital, Singapore City; official languages, Malay, Chinese, Tamil, and English
  • the capital of Singapore; one of the world's biggest ports
  • an island to the south of the Malay Peninsula
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Sumatran Orangutan
Sumatran Orangutan
SE Asia is becoming one of my favorite parts of the world. I just spent two weeks there - a vacation in Indonesia followed by stops in Singapore and Bangkok for work. My interest in Indonesia began when I kept hearing from frequent travelers that it’s one of their favorite destinations. I love photographing wildlife, and apparently Indonesia includes the only two places in the world where orangutans still live in the wild – the islands of Borneo and Sumatra – so I planned to start my trip with a visit to the jungle in Borneo. That plan broke down almost immediately. My buddy and I had flights from San Francisco all the way to central Java, but we were waiting until we arrived in Semarang to buy our tickets for the relatively short flight from there to Pangkalan Bun, a small town in southern Borneo that's near Tanjung Puting National Park. It seemed to make sense to buy the tickets in Semarang, because we heard it would be cheaper and it would allow for a flexible return date. It’s our own fault for neglecting Murphy's Law. After more than 24 hours of travel (San Francisco > Taipei > Jakarta > Semarang), it turned out that all the flights to Pangkalan Bun were completely sold out for the next week. Ugh – it was a punch in the gut and a rough way to start the trip. We ran through every transportation alternative we could think of - a ferry, another airline, flying through another town, flying into a nearby town and driving the rest of the way... No luck. So we made the best of it with a spur-of-the-moment Plan B: fly back through Jakarta to Medan in northern Sumatra, then catch a ride to Bukit Lawang, a little river town next to Gunung Leuser National Park, another home of wild orangutans. And from then on everything fell into place... On our first full day in Bukit Lawang we went right to the national park, where they have a program that re-introduces rescued orangutans into the wild. We spent a lot of time in very close proximity to orangutans considered 'semi-wild' - meaning they live freely in the jungle but are used to people and still occasionally rely on the park rangers for food. We saw all kinds of different orangutans, but the adult male in this photo was the most physically impressive. His upper body was massive – just a casual swing of his arm snapped small trees as he moved through the jungle. It took very little effort to imagine what this guy might do to a skinny human who got on his bad side, so I took the ranger's advice and avoided making eye contact.
Clarke Quay????, Singapore
Clarke Quay????, Singapore
At the end of January, I had a short stay in Singapore, in order to apply for the visa from the Indonesian Embassy. The cheapest airline ticket from Bali to Singapore is offered by the most unsafe airline, Lion Airline. It cost US$158. I had a great time in Singapore. Though I visited it by myself, somehow I enjoyed it a lot. It is a tourist-friendly city. You can find all the information you need once you arrived the airport. The MRT system is easy to master, cause it is quite similar to the one we have in Taipei. Everyone speaks english, sometimes with strong accent though, then I can always try Mandarin. I spent one night at the backpackers' hostel. Thanks to Mr. Wang, the Taiwanese I met in Denpasar, the other three nights I was sleeping at the luxury hotel with his sister-in-law, enjoying the 24-hour-AC, hot shower, clean bathroom, and soft bed. This was the night that I have to slept at the backpackers' hostel. I went to the river bank of Singapore River. There I had couple pint of beer, and enjoyed the live band performances at the bar. ????????????,????????????????????,???,?????,???????????,????????????????????????????,????????????,?????,????? ??,????????????????????,??????,??????????????--???????????,??????????????--???????????:?????????,?????????????????????,????????!

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