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    No way. You're only bored if you're a boring person. over 5 years ago

    • Exactly, there're amny things to do if you explore the city. Sally Chin over 5 years ago
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    Are people paying money to watch you? If not, then I suggest you to either read more or just get out of the house more.

    Singapore is one of the most exciting countries in South East Asia. Don't waste the power of internet... look it up, Karlo. over 5 years ago

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    It's boring... All man made stuff.. Nature has provided them nothing....not even water.. over 5 years ago

    • A small island compare to a big country??? You expect mountains, waterfall, jungles, caves.... which country will want to stay backward. Sally Chin over 5 years ago
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    Depends what you're looking for. If you want nature like mountains and lakes, then not in Singapore. If you want dining, shopping, performances and city life, then come to Singapore. over 5 years ago

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    Yep it can be boring,limit your stay to a few days and you'll have an enjoyable time over 5 years ago

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    Yeah, I'm sure Singapore is more boring than say.....Antarctica over 5 years ago

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    That's right. Singapore is alright for a while.But don't outstay the welcome,the boredom starts to get down to you pretty soon.I can tell you.The longer you stay,the more you can realize about the place.The typically miserable lives of the locals are just hidden beneath its glamor.Worth a short stint,though. over 5 years ago

    Answered by Christin via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    Boredom will grow on you depending on who you are with, what kind of activities that you and them are doing, and how creative you're to find new things to do.

    I agree that you can't really find a stunning natural environment here (besides some tropical forest or beaches with blurry waters). But, if you have more money, you can always travel to nearby countries, and go back to Singapore to make money again ;-). over 5 years ago

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    Not boring at all. You can enjoy the big city, or even disappear into the jungle in places like Kranji, Pulau Ubin or MacRitchie Reservoir treetop walk http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/index.php?option=com_visitorsguide&task=attractions&id=64&Itemid=73 over 5 years ago

    Answered by Bruce Sweigert via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    It's a myth! Lived in Singers for the past 4 years and not bored yet! over 5 years ago

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    if singapore is the most boring country on earth you have got to be kidding me.
    unless you want to see the vast ocean, take a cruise. if you want mountains, waterfalls, forests, volcanos, glaciers and real natural wonders, i'm sure you can find that most of the earth is filled with that. so no matter where in the world you are i don't think you need to travel to singapore to see that. but if you do want to travel, singapore is a great place to go and definitely not boring at all.

    singapore has so many things to see! for such a small nation with no dependency on any natural reserves, we have excelled a great deal over a short period of time. singapore is filled with so many malls and shops across the island for shopping and for food. A vibrant nation where food is what brings us together. there are so many types of food, of different cuisine and setting. there are so many enclaves all around singapore that you'll realise it can never get boring.

    in other words, whether you are a single traveller, or a lonely traveller, a couple or a family with kids, there's something you can do in singapore that suits your needs. we are a country of multi-racial and multi-religious society with a rich history to share and to learn. and on top of that, we are clean, we are friendly and we are safe.

    i'm sure when visiting singapore you will learn that it is a country unique to the rest of the world and 'boring' is hardly a word used to describe it. almost 5 years ago

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    Personally I think Singapore is one of the best, safest and cleanest city's in the world and has a lot of interesting and fun places to see. Cannot wait to get back again! Have been there several times by now (and even a couple of days on my honeymoon on the way to the Maldives) almost 5 years ago

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    Singapore is not the most boring place on earth,if you like new cultures over 4 years ago

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    Singapore is not a boring country, it's the locales; always tingkling and tweeking in their smart phones... over 3 years ago

    Answered by Alvin via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Singapore is a beautiful country. a 3-4 days of strolling, shopping, and enjoyment should be enough. Going beyond that can be overwhelming already. over 3 years ago

    Answered by Ian via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Yes, Singapore is definitely boring. I've been here for 3 months, doing a 4 years PhD. Sometimes I really have the impression this is a 40km squared shopping mall, or airport. Whichever you find more annoying.

    Just look at some of the people's answers, suggesting Sentosa and shopping malls as a valid option for entertainment. Lame. And sad. Local rappers sing about how cool being in the army is. That's as much transgression you can get in S'pore.

    Maybe if you have a high salary you can always drink 16 $ beers about 3 years ago

    Answered by meh via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    No, I find this country many interesting thing :) about 3 years ago

    Answered by TeresaMill via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I have travelled to almost 50 countries and I must say singapore is the least interesting place I have ever been to and expensive to boot! Save your money and go somewhere else over 1 year ago

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    I lived and worked as an expat in Singapore for close to 8 years. Although I had a high paying job I ultimately left because I found it such a sterile and boring place. Singaporeans themselves are deadly boring who aspire to shallows pursuits based around monetary objects.

    The city has zero culture as well. Good for a short trip but soul destroying to live there over 1 year ago

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