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Internship in Singapore : What is There to Do?
Besides the extremely good educational aspect, Singapore also offers you many experiences to please your body and mind; give it a look!
Singapore has a huge economic growth and is known as a trading and industrial center. Therefore, the city is just the right place for an internship abroad. If you are one of the lucky candidates, who can obtain a Working Holiday Pass, you can choose from a wide range of professional internships in several industries. If your university does not belong to one of the world's best, you have the opportunity to complete an internship in a recognized non-profit organization through a social pass. The areas here range from social work, through environmental and animal protection to marketing.
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Singapore - The Lion City
The safest and cleanest metropolis in the world is at the same time the smallest country in Southeast Asia. However, this small state offers an exciting, multicultural atmosphere and numerous opportunities for internships abroad in various industries. We put together some information about what else you can do in Singapore.
Singapore itself is very clean and civilized. The public transport is working really well and is having a broad network. But obviously there are strict laws one should obey otherwise the consequences are harsh punishments.
- Frederik, intern in Singapore
The Ultimate Must-Sees
Sentosa is the most southern island in Singapore. Here you can find a lot of museums and tourist attractions. A visit to this island will bring heaps of fun to everyone.
Singapore's night zoo is unique in the world. You can see night active animals in their usual environment and get very close to them
Visit India in Singapore. You can get spicy dishes served on banana leaves and fortune-tellers will tell you your future.
Mount Faber and Cable Railway
Mount Faber is a 106-meter high 'mountain' in the south of Singapore. From the top of this mountain, you can overlook the whole city, the harbor, and Sentosa Island.
Boat Quay and Clarke Quay
Before both sides of the Singapore River were quiet. Nowadays is very loud and crowded. Especially night-owls, will be happy here.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is located in the center of the island. The nature reserve offers a tropical rainforest and a lot of space for long hikes.
Shopping in the Orchard Road is for many visitors one of the main reasons to come to Singapore.
Jurong Bird Park
The Jurong Bird Park is divided into different climatic zones. You can see more than 5000 different kinds of birds, which are able to live in the same climate conditions as in their area of origin due to several climate zones.
The Raffles Hotel is one of the most legendary hotels in the world. It is located in the colonial district of Singapore and is nowadays almost a landmark in the city.
At the mouth of the Singapore River, you can find the 8-meter tall landmark of the city: the fabled Merlion with lion head and fish body.
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