First impressions: Singapore is a clean city, which warns you, on the back of the immigration card, that smuggling drugs into the country will result in the death penalty.
The first night I was able to find AMAZING street food in the form of barbecued meat on a stick, however, I really didn’t like it the first couple days there. Staying in a hostel with no windows that smelled like dirty laundry probably didn’t help. Chinatown, where we were staying, was extremely touristy and, therefore really crowded and gimmicky. Thankfully, the last day we wandered into the shopping district, which was incredible to see. It was ultra modern, but still very green.