I'm continuing with Singapore photos as I posted for Lunar New Year on Sunday.
Singapore is a very safe and clean country to visit. Singapore is very rule oriented! It does have some strange laws you should be aware of.
One of my favourites - NO DURIAN.
Is there such a thing as a "normal" day?
Is it the first or fifteenth of the month?
The Birthday of the Goddess of Mercy or Kuan Yin happens three times a year. The first birthday falls on the 19th day of the 2nd Chinese lunar month. The second birthday falls on the 19th day of the 6th Chinese lunar month and the third birthday falls on the 19th day of the 9th Chinese lunar months.
A hongbao (or ang pow in Hokkien) is a gift of money packed into a red packet. Red is considered a symbol of luck, life and happiness. Hongbaos are given as tokens of good wishes during auspicious occasions such as Chinese New Year and weddings.
Reckon #13 is a joke?ReplyDelete
I sadly only know the airport and we always have to rush through there.
Kinda a very strict a place.
It is an amazingly efficient city for visitors yet it doesn't feel heavily regulated. I don't think laws are strictly enforced as they once were. My partner had to have his hair cut short to visit there in 70s.ReplyDelete
Crikey I had to read most of them twice heheh! :-)ReplyDelete
Have a stricttastic week 👍
Love these rules! It looks like they've thought of most everything!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2023/01/play-time.html
...amen to no smoking.ReplyDelete
Committing suicide? Seriously?ReplyDelete
What are they supposed to do after the act is done if the person's dead?