We all get our information on the web these days, and with big-budgeted tourism boards providing free, information-rich resources (from brochures to maps) - does it signal the death of the traditional travel guides?
This newly released graphic-style guide from Singapore seems to understand that, and carves its niche from giving us insider, creatively written recommendations accompanied with fun and easily understandable graphics. And with its offbeat suggestions (just as the locals like it - there are no mention of public museums here), it is putting the fun and discovery back into traveling!
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