Your Singapore: Little Black Book
Publisher: Singapore Tourism Board 2014
Number of pages: 27
If Singapore were a high school student it would be the nerd of the classroom (the non-chewing-gum-kind of course). This high achiever clearly wants to be the best and first at everything: home to some of the world's swankiest hotels; host of the world's first F1 night race; home to the world's biggest observation wheel.
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