A kind of fire that you do not seem too often in Singapore, but is popular elsewhere is a tee-pee fire. The reason is simple, you simply cannot find too many full piece of wood to use for this kind of fire in Singapore.
There are several ways to build campfire stacks. Your choices will be determined with what kind of fire wood you have and the purpose of your campfire. If you have split wood, than the stack method will be best for your campfire.
Every campfire needs a fire starter to get the fire going and while there are many elaborate methods, the simplest and most common way to light a fire is using a torch. This article explains how you can make one yourself.
When you intend to start a fire in a location, you have to realise that after it is all over, you will leave a big black charred stain on the ground. Damages maybe more severe if the fire is done on concrete or tiles.
Campfires tend to vary in length and style and thus have different firewood requirements. A typical one and a half hour campfire should require 2-3sacks of wood (better to have 3, more wood is better than less). Each sack should contain 50 'regular' sized pieces of wood.