It is one of the most ethnically diverse places on earth, the vibrant culture and unique scenes make it so tempting to visit Singapore.
It offers visitors plenty of activities to do. Here is a list of the five best things to do in Singapore.
Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay Sands is a vast resort located opposite Marina Bay with 2 560 rooms, a casino, and a Museum. Conceived by the architect Moshe Safdie, the complex consists of three 55-story hotels, topped by a one-hectare terrace with the longest swimming pool in the world, with an overflow of 146 m.
Gardens By the Bay
Located on the edge of Singapore Bay, in the Marina Bay area, right next to the famous Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay is an enormous Singapore Park that spans over 100 hectares. The gardens by the Bay are futuristic gardens made up of an outdoor area, but also two large greenhouses.
In Merlion Park there is a statue that bears the name of The Sea Lion, this sculpture represents an unusual animal with a lion's head and a fish body. They say that this monument protects the city from the violence of the water element.
Having a memorable experience at the Raffles Hotel and having tea in the world's most famous hotel can only be a souvenir for life. The latter was opened in 1886 and welcomed a good number of guests and celebrities.
Theatrical art enthusiasts should visit the Victoria Theatre, named in honor of the Queen of Great Britain. The building, which houses the theatre, was built in 1905. The Victoria Theatre regularly hosts classical music concerts, theatrical performances, and dance performances.
Before Tiong Bahru, there was Haji Lane, the Indian quarter of Singapore. This lively and enlightened enclave is open all day, full of shops, bars, cafés and trendy restaurants that you should take into account without forgetting the beautiful murals.
Orchard is a great and famous way of Singapore. It is an important tourist attraction of the City-State and the main commercial artery of the country with many shopping malls and department stores overlooking the street.
Singapore Botanic Gardens & National Orchid Garden
Housed within the confines of the Singapore Botanical Garden, the National Orchid Garden ranks as the world's leading experts in the field of hybridization, research, and conservation of orchids. Since its inauguration in 1995, it has continuously presented the rarest and refined plants to the Singaporean public.
It will take you more than an hour to overcome the 60 000 exposed plants, representing more than 1 000 species and 2 000 different hybrids.
Sentosa island is THE place to visit while in Singapore. Begin your morning with a cable ride tour and explore the fabulous views. Then, head over to Universal and take a spin in their studios. Check out it south-Asia oceanarium, the largest in the world, where you can go diving and have a blast. Finish it off by trying Ifly and indoor skydiving. It is the ultimate destination for a memorable experience in Singapore.
Singapore Flyer Ferris Wheel
It is the tallest Ferris wheels in the world. You can enjoy the best aerial views of the city. For a one of a kind tour in Singapore, you can also take a Duck Tour of Marina Bay.
MacRitchie is the oldest reservoir in Singapore. It was completed in 1868 by the impoundment of water from an earth fill. Known as the impoundment tank or Thomson reservoir, MacRitchie offers recreational activities on land and water. The latter represents a popular destination for walkers, joggers, and kayakers.
Enjoy your night out in Clarke Quay. Check out the trendy bars and fabulous night views. Take a stroll around and explore the city's nightlife. Have the time of your life in Clarke Quay.
Thanks to more than 200 commercial sites, Chinatown is very lively even at night. Think about visiting the market, where you can buy antiques and crafts items. Moreover, many curiosities have become the symbols of Singapore's Chinatown and have absolutely nothing to do with China, for example, the famous Temple of Sri Mariamman. Travelers come to the sanctuary, to admire its luxurious design, as well as to watch Yoga practitioners with their incredible postures and exercises in front of the temple.
It is the first and only Safari Park, open not only during the day but also at night and is close to the Zoo Gardens. The Park has eight different zones, which contain more than 1200 animals, including 110 exotic species. In these eight zones, they have created various geographical regions, for example, such as the tropical South Asian forests, an African savannah, a River Valley of Nepal, South American pampas and Burmese jungles.
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