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Overview: a stunning new perspective of Earth from space – in pictures

Cargo ships and tankers wait outside the entry to the Port of Singapore

P Line and British & India Lines. (Sailings August 1937-July 1938) Ports of call (P Line):London, Tangier, Gibraltar, Marseilles, Malta, Port Said, Aden, Bombay;London, Southampton, Plymouth, Tangier, Gibraltar, Marseilles, Malta, Port Said, Aden, Bombay, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Yokohama, Kobe

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from Foursquare

Arab Street,Singapore

Cycle around town and take a pit stop at one of the many cafe's nearby. You can visit Sultan Mosque, Singapore at specific hours.

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from Mail Online

Instagram account offers breathtaking images of landmarks from space

Cargo ships and tankers are pictured waiting outside the entry to the Port of Singapore - the world's second-busiest port

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from Family Travel Blog - Travel with Kids

Quick Guide to the Fabulous Things to do in Sentosa Island

Port of Lost Wonder things to do in sentosa

from Condé Nast Traveler

The Most Charming Coffee Shops in Singapore

Coffee culture and the tradition of cafe hopping is thriving in Singapore, so take in your daily dose of caffeine in one of these stylish coffee bars

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La Rambla is a wide, tree-lined thoroughfare, about twenty blocks long, extending from the Placa de Catalunya down to the port of Barcelona. Like its counterparts the Champs Elysee in Paris, or Orchard Road in Singapore, a visit to Barcelona isn't complete unless you've strolled down La Rambla at least once.

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