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Boat Service Gold Coast will be giving away a trip for two flying to the 2018 Singapore Yacht Show, covering flights and accommodation.

The promotion runs from the 1st October 2016 to the 31st October 2017 and will be drawn on site at Boat Service Gold Coast at The Boat Works on November 18th 2017, if the drawn entrant is not present then the prize will be redrawn until won.

To enter just simply complete a log book service* by Boat Service Gold Coast at The Boat Works Coomera from the 1st October 2016 to 31 October 2017.

Customers who have had their boat serviced by Boat Service Gold Coast since October 2015 will also be eligible if their boat is currently in service* tickets will be issued as your boat becomes in service

Each log book service will receive 1 ticket per $500.00 Spend.

The Singapore Yacht Show is your opportunity to discover some of the world's finest superyacht and international yacht brands in an elite and highly social setting, giving you a chance to enjoy luxury yachting at its finest.  

Held each April at the award-winning ONE°15 Marina Club, this exclusive event epitomises luxury lifestyle, bringing together world-class yachts, glamorous parties, high-end entertaining, and an enviable range of prestige products and brands – supercars, fine dining, beautiful timepieces, hand-crafted jewellery and some of the region’s most luxurious waterside properties, providing you with the ultimate luxury experience.
 The Singapore Yacht Show provides a first-class platform for regional guests to meet yachting professionals, boat owners, supercar aficionados and a select group of invited participants keen to explore the luxury yachting scene.

Located right in the heart of Asia, Singapore is an important business and leisure hub for the region. Singapore’s ever-changing skyline encompasses state-of-the-art convention and exhibition facilities and hotels, celebrity chef restaurants, world-class entertainment and arts, and a plethora of retail offerings. Supported by a safe and secure environment and cutting-edge infrastructure, visitors enjoy luxury lifestyle offerings and accommodation all-year round.

For the discerning world voyager, exclusive and extraordinary experiences await in this modern city with a rich and interesting east-west blend of culture, tradition and architecture. As a leading fashion and shopping hub, Singapore’s celebrated Orchard Road is acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest shopping streets that houses international and first-to-market brands. The two integrated resorts, Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands, also offer an eclectic mix of upscale and trendy establishments to broaden leisure and entertainment options, enhancing Singapore’s appeal and reputation as a must-visit destination for leisure and business visitors.

All within easy reach, Singapore’s concentration of luxury experiences, sights and sounds allows you to personalise what you love to do, at the pace you wish to do it.  Experience our city’s dynamic and exclusive offerings up close and personal today.

China Town

The cramped five-foot-ways, dingy alleys and raucous street hawkers are relics of Chinatown’s past.

Yet pockets of history remain in Chinatown, along with more modern sights. You could easily spend a few days wandering through these still-narrow streets.

Family-run goldsmiths, medicinal halls and teahouses ply their trades next to sleeker neighbours such as hipster bars and lifestyle shops.

Eat, drink and be very merry


If you’re a foodie, try 'char kway teow' (stir-fried noodles) and 'satay' (barbecued meat skewers) at Chinatown Food Street, a row of hawker stalls, shophouse restaurants and kiosks along Smith Street.

For trendier tastes, chic restaurants and bars are in Neil Road, Duxton Road and Keong Saik Road. The vibe is electric in Club Street and Ann Siang Road on Friday and Saturday nights, when locals and expats head down for dinner and drinks.

So much to do:

Want to shop? Buy souvenirs in Pagoda Street, 'bak kwa' (barbecued meat) in New Bridge Road or traditional Chinese medicine in South Bridge Road.

Chinatown is where Hindu temples and mosques sit right next to Chinese temples. Sri Mariamman Temple and Jamae Mosque are on South Bridge Road, as is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.

To rest that weary head, stay at a boutique hotel in Duxton Road, Keong Saik Road and Ann Siang Road. For budget stays, try Trengganu Street, Mosque Street and Temple Street. Best of all, there’s free Wi-Fi throughout the Chinatown area so you can continue to be plugged in while you sightsee, shop and eat. There is a range of guided tours that leave from Chinatown Visitors’ Centre. Please click here for more information.


Little India

You may not know that Little India once had a racecourse, cattle herders and brick kilns.

But while these places and people are gone, time stands still in pockets of this historic district. Olden-day trades sit next to newer businesses: flower-garland vendors, modern eateries, boutique hotels, as well as arts groups.

A colourful past    

In the 1840s, Europeans lived here mainly for the racecourse, where they met and mingled.

When cattle trading took root, it became a mostly Indian trade as traders hired Indian migrant workers. Certain goods and services took off, and mosques and Hindu temples were built.

Buzzing culture

Little India today is one of Singapore’s most vibrant districts. As you walk down Serangoon Road and neighbouring streets, explore their mix of Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and churches.

Fill your tummy with South Indian vegetarian food, North Indian tandoori dishes and local fare like roti prata (round pancakes) and teh tarik (pulled tea in Malay). Try to spot the brewers ‘pull’ the hot milk tea – it’s amazing showmanship.

Don’t forget to shop. The 24-hour shopping mall Mustafa Centre offers everything from electronics to groceries, or take your pick from open-air Tekka Centre, goldsmith shops and sari stores.

With its close proximity to the city and a bohemian vibe, many artists also call Little India home.

Do visit during Deepavali (usually October or November) and Pongal (mid-January) – the joyous celebrations are wonderful to observe.

Singapore Zoo

At this beautifully designed zoo where animals live in naturalistic habitats, you can trek along foot tracks or hop on to a guided tram to see natural wonders like the endangered white tiger and the world’s largest collection of proboscis monkeys.

The exhibits are divided into 11 zones, each a unique immersive experience waiting to be explored. In the Fragile Forest you will enter a massive biodome that recreates the amazing diversity of the rainforest.

Here you can find mousedeer on the forest floor, or climb to the observation deck to catch a glimpse of the flying foxes that often glide over the heads of visitors!

Visit the polar bear and other Arctic inhabitants at the Frozen Tundra, the coolest exhibit yet. Other zones include the Primate Kingdom, where each of the 39 primates on display have their own island, or the Reptile Garden, which houses giant tortoises and fearsome Komodo dragons.

The zoo is ideal for families. The kids will be kept busy with activities like the Kidzranger Tour, which lets them try their hand at being a zoo keeper.

Get ready to be entertained


Photo by Wildlife Reserves Singapore 

The animal shows are an amazing experience not to be missed. Watch the sea lion perform at the Splash Safari Show or our domestic friends do their thing at the Animal Friends show.

You can even enjoy dining alongside orang utans at the Jungle Breakfast with the Wildlife programme at Ah Meng Restaurant.

To cap off a day of fun with the animals, savour local delicacies at Ah Meng Kitchen, or cool down with some ice cream from Casa Italia.

For More Information Check out all Singapore has to offer at

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