At night I went to Clark Key where three 'volunteers' with lots of money and nerve to spare get into this cabin and get flung around with bungee cords while everyone watches and laughs. Actually I do not remember Clark Key being so much fun where you could be entertained in any number of ways from music to a boat ride on the Singapore river to a delicious meal. There are loads of other entertainment spots throughout the city as well as many interesting districts to walk through. I went to Little India for example and spent a pleasant afternoon.
When you think about this new city-state, only fifty years old, it is not surprising they are all so proud of their city and you would be hard pressed to find a Singaporean who is not proud of their country and heritage, as they should be!
Are you not blown away, by the fact that I spent the week-end in Singapore? It does sound amazing, doesn't it, yet from Phuket it is one or so hours by a plane and extremely inexpensive to get there, although the prices in Singapore make up for the cheap flight!