SearchGuru Pte Ltd Launches Travel Guides in Singapore and Malaysia

SearchGuru launches three new travel guides about Singapore’s Chinatown, East Malaysia’s Labuan and seafood restaurants in Singapore.

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“There are many things to do in Singapore’s Chinatown which the tourist may not be fully aware of. That was why we decided to publish the local tourist guide”, says Marketing Manager, Sophia Liew.

Singapore, Singapore (PRWEB) October 31, 2013

Chinatownheritage.com.sg focuses on Chinatown Singapore, including public transportation, tourist attractions in Chinatown and hotels in the neighbourhood. Apart from the common things to do, which include Shopping in Ion Orchard, visiting tourist places in Sentosa and the Singapore Zoo, there are also tips and reviews that are available on the site.

“There are many things to do in Singapore’s Chinatown which the tourist may not be fully aware of. That was why we decided to publish the local tourist guide”, says Marketing Manager, Sophia Liew.

Infact, the website caters to both the tourists and locals alike.

Seafoodparadise.com.sg targets seafood lovers who are looking for the best place to dine when it comes to seafood in Singapore.

The site features the two most popular seafood dishes in Singapore, which are the drunked prawns and the Chili crab - Singapore’s most sought after dishes. The guide also describes where you can find the nearest and most authentic seafood restaurants around Singapore and a helpful list of Seafood Promotions.

Labuantourism.com.my site offers evenhanded information on the most attractive things to do as well as the most popular and appealing hotels provided in Labuan Island, Malaysia. The site also offers a list of the most attractive places in Labuan, which include the War Memorial Park, The Surrender Point, Layang-Layang Beach, Chimney, Labuan Beach and Labuan Museum, which can all be found in Labuan Island.

On top of that, the site also features a page on LOFSA, which stands for Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority and manages Labuan International Business and Financeial Centre (IBFC). LOFSA targets offshore companies who wish to have a low 3% income tax rate, low operational costs, liberal exchange controls and many more benefits.


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