It does not matter if you are looking forward to catch a glimpse of the city’s celebrated skyline or delve into its streets to explore life and culture, you can be assured that Singapore will have you spoilt for choices. Enjoy the view from atop the Singapore flyer among many other surreal attractions . The bottom line is that you will be treated to endless hours of pure entertainment.
Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios Singapore is located in the Resort World Sentosa and is the top location for tourists. Each set is scripted in contrastingly varying regions to give you that special experience every time you move from one region to the other. Universal Studios Singapore has over 30 restaurants and food carts, together with 20 unique retail stores and carts located around the park.
Moving away from the traditional concept of a zoo, the Singapore Zoo is one among the rare places where you will not find animals confined to cages. All the animals live in their natural habitats and can be viewed from specially built view points. With an astounding number of exotic species and a variety of shows for the audience, this zoo gets you very close to nature.
Singapore Botanical Gardens
This magnificent garden located in the midst of a city, has a plush area of 64 acres. The perfect place to enjoy greenery and the fresh air of a forest, the entry to the Gardens is free. The Botanical Gardens have a collection of 1000 variants of orchids.
Boat Quay and Clarke Quay< Boat Quay and Clarke Quay are filled with restaurants, pubs and clubs. The atmosphere here is mixed up, loud music to light jazz mixed into one. This place is visited by hordes of tourists to enjoy a lovely evening with their beloved one’s.
The Singapore Flyer gives a breathtaking 360 degree view of the Singapore metropolis and is situated at a height of 165 metres. It is made of three levels. It also comprises of an outdoor theatre and gives a bird’s eye view of the Singapore Grand Prix as the race course is situated adjacent to the Singapore Flyer.
National Museum of Singapore
The National Museum is designed in Neo-Palladian and Renaissance style and consists of two rectangular parallel blocks, with a dome at the front of the building. The museum prides itself in presenting history in a manner that side steps the conventional museum experience through festivals and events. The splendid architecture and the innovative events the museum sets up for visitors is bound to get you hooked.