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App DescriptionFew cities in the world seem as different as Bangkok and Singapore. Yet look more closely and there are similarities. Singaporeâ€™s night life has become more varied than ever; the recent opening of multi-billion dollar, â€śfamily-friendlyâ€ť casino resorts has added to the mix. And, both cities are equally obsessed with street food and haute cuisine. The FTâ€™s Little Book of Business Travel turns to experts like chef David Thompson and cookery writer Madhur Jaffrey to help you decide where to eat. In addition, our correspondents in these cities advise you on the best place to unwind after a long day of meetings and why you should avoid the Singapore Sling. Both cities have plenty of shopping choices and our experts have whittled the list down to the most interesting. Confronted with such an array of options on a short trip, you need a guide close at hand â€“ right in your hand actually. Rahul Jacob was the FTâ€™s travel food and drink editor until April 2010 and is now South China Correspondent.
â€˘ Make the most of your business trips with an authoritative guide to Singapore and Bangkok
â€˘ Free to download from the iTunes App Store
â€˘ Written by FT correspondents and experts with in-depth knowledge of the cities
â€˘ An overview of the political and economic situation in each country
â€˘ Key business information including: MICE venues; serviced offices; event management companies; couriers and other key contacts
â€˘ Recommended hotels, restaurants and little-known spots off the beaten track
â€˘ Recommended shopping, sightseeing and spas to enjoy in between meetings
â€˘ Browse hotel photo galleries to make a more informed choice
â€˘ Save phone numbers directly to your address book for future reference
â€˘ Compact file size allows you to download over-the-air
â€˘ Tested on iPhone OS 4.0
December 23, 2010 Initial Release