Places to visit in Singapore
One of the most fascinating countries of South- East Asia, Singapore is a marvel. Located at the southern tip of Malay Peninsula this beautiful island nation is home to some of the most beautiful tourist attractions of the world. There are numerous places to visit in Singapore like ancient temples, fascinating cultural sites and festivals, museums, finest restaurants, parks, gardens, beaches, luxury hotels and entertainment hubs like malls etc.
Some of the popular Singapore tourist places are –
Sentosa – it is one of the most favourite islands of Singapore. Some of the major attractions out here are the underwater world, the fantasy island, the volcano land, the Merlion tower, the orchid gardens, nature walk in the rainforest, Fort Siloso, the Central Beach, the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom museum and the Maritime Museum. Thus there is so much variety in one small island.
Marina Bay sands – if you are a luxury freak and love the comfort of riches, then this luxury resort which has more than 2500 rooms and suites, finest restaurants, boutiques and shops of luxury brands, galleries, convention centre, casinos, bars, etc is a must visit. The unique sky park, connecting the three towers at the top and which has landscape garden, fine dining place and a swimming pool is a wonder in itself.
Palau Ubin – rich in flora and fauna, this place hasn’t been affected much by the forces of modernisation. Ideal for mountain biking, camping and trekking you can also check out the duck, prawn and kelong farms in this place.
Singapore zoo – spread across 28 hectares and home to about 315 species of animals, some of which are endangered, this zoo attracts about 1.6 million visitors every year.
Singapore Flyer – this is the world’s tallest observation tower which offers panoramic view of the world class city with its high rises and beautiful landscapes. Same as a Ferris wheel, it has glass enclosures and rotates on a wheel offering breathtaking view of the city.
Henderson Waves – it is a pedestrian bridge which connects Mount Faber and Telok Blangah. It resembles a wave and is the highest pedestrian bridge of Singapore.
Chinatown – take a trishaw ride, eat some mouth watering Chinese cuisines and get lost in the Chinese culture in this ethnic neighbourhood which holds immense historical and cultural significance in the multi ethnic society of Singapore.
Mount Faber – covered with lush greenery this place is blessed with natural beauty. Come here for a nice meal in one of its popular hilltop restaurants, wine and dine in a cable car enjoying the bird’s eye view of the city below.
Kusu Island – it is a religious place for pilgrimage. Legend has it that this island was transformed by a giant turtle to save the sailors.
Sisters island – good for water activities like scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming and picnics.
St. John’s Island – this is an ideal place for camping.
Clarke Quay – it is an attractive hangout to enjoy the nightlife. Various discos, bars, pubs and nightclubs are located here. You can also purchase mementos, souvenirs and handicrafts out here.
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