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Old Jun 2, 18, 10:06 am
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Originally Posted by dhuey View Post
Although this is not the OP's question, I'll ask in this thread something about the tap water in Singapore. When I checked into my hotel in March, the front desk clerk advised me, an American, not to drink the tap water. I was a bit surprised. Everything about Singapore's infrastructure seems to be top-notch. Is the tap water anything less than that? Perhaps it is, but nonetheless there is something about the difference in microorganisms that make it through the filters that upsets the stomachs of those from far away. I have no idea -- that's why I ask such questions.
A friend who was born/raised in Singapore said it is perfectly fine to drink the tap water there. I never ended up doing it because the Fairmont oversupplied me with water bottles every day
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