If you have a choice to

@tomitomi (5441)
Singapore
October 22, 2010 7:48pm CST
relocate to a different city or a town in your country, where would it be? And why? There's not so much of a difference here in Singapore because it's just a red dot on the world map. And that's why I love to know how you feel living in such a big country. Nevertheless, I enjoy living on the mid-western part of the island here where it's closer to nature and the small farms around.
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@imphavok (321)
• Canada
23 Oct 10
I live in Canada, at the moment I live just outside Sarnia, but one day I hope to move up North near lgonquin Park. I love all the trees and animals up there. The area makes my heart and soul soar! Its why I'm working hard to make a good online income, so I can live in the middle on nowhere (As long as it has high speed internet!!) Have a great night!
@elmiko (6640)
• United States
23 Oct 10
thats hard for me to say because i don't vacation much.
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
25 Oct 10
One day you will if you keep your dreams of traveling, alive. Thanks for stopping by elmiko.
• India
23 Oct 10
Hello i live in Sambalpur of india, it is a historical city, has many temples ,the longest earth dam of asia, 'Hirakud Dam' is close to my home.. Well i would like to relocate in Haidwar in india, pray in temples there, wish i can visit Singapore too, we have a small industrial town Singapore here.. Thanks for sharing. Professor. . Cheers
• Singapore
23 Oct 10
Hey friend, nice to see a fellow Singaporean here. Well, I live in Jurong West where it's near the shopping centres and I can say that it's quite convenient. But then, back to the topic, I prefer living in areas where the temperature is colder but not too cold and I want to feel relaxed, rather than the busy life of urbanised areas. If I have a choice, I may want to live in Cameron Highlands or in the colder areas of Korea.
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
23 Oct 10
Hi JudgeIronFist! Nice to see you too. I agree it can get very humid here. And obviously very busy, especially where you stay. Cameron Highlands or in the colder areas of Korea would be a nice alternative. Thanks for dropping by and good luck too.