Singapore-Travel Information

Singapore Health-Emergency

Last updated on December 30th, 2016 at 02:49 am

Singapore Health-Emergency!

As far as we know, travelling overseas can be exciting and a most rewarding experience. Experiencing different places, unfamiliar cultures & customs, language barriers, social isolation & staying away from the family and often friends..  This all can increase  anxiety and  the potential risk of revealing existing bad mental health conditions.

Travellers are in general responsible for their own well being by behaving. They are also responsible for their safe return home as well as all other unexpected expenses they might find along the way.

There are few steps all travellers should follow:  precautions such as  Travel insurance, Planning, destination choice and, most importantly, knowing how to get help from overseas.      

Travellers are  always on the move  & wavelength. Also,  may hooked up with  a some stranger just because  you really like, ticking off the countries & cities you have tasted or  the other way around. Travellers don’t always get to love everyone.

Sex in public prohibited by Singapore law 


  • Always use condoms. Don’t ever trust pills even if, contraception is more than 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy.   Male and female both parties should  care  condoms.
  • Don’t ever use someone lubricants, it may  occur cross-contamination STD
  • Be careful when  having sex on private beaches, camping ground or any remote places,  especially where culturally huge differences comparison to West culture.  

What do you know about Singapore Health-Emergency


 Health-care is well established in Singapore and there is also an emphasis on public sanitation and cleanliness. However, if something does happen, health costs can be very high for foreigners, so travel insurance is highly recommended. Also, be sure to get any needed vaccinations before travel.  

  • Short-term foreign visitors to Singapore are always  advised to ensure that they have comprehensive medical coverage as part of their travel insurance.
  • National Emergency Number: 999. Police
  • National ambulance and fire: 995

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