Don’t Miss These 8 Sweet Spots in Singapore On Your Next Trip

Singapore is hailed to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia for obvious reasons. A country located in Southeast Asia, Singapore is the perfect amalgamation of tradition, culture, heritage, modernity, and nature. The hustling city life and the aesthetics of street life could all be relished while in here. Also renowned for cleanliness and an efficient transport system, Singapore ticks off every box to be acclaimed as one of the finest tourist destinations in the world. Though the entire city is a wonder on its own, our Singapore Tour Packages never fail to take you to these 8 spots, however, shouldn’t be missed out while on a visit to this city

Sentosa Islands

Looking for that one spot in Singapore that could pretty much tick off all your boxes? Sentosa Island is one such mesmerizing spot that is filled packed with activities and sights enough to make the entire Singapore experience worthwhile. Situated in the south of Singapore CBD, Sentosa is a bright, pleasant island a little far away from the chaos of the city. A lot of exciting events and themed parties take place here and can be an add-on to the entire Singapore tour. A sunny beach day, chilling by the sea or maybe even play beach volleyball is what you’re looking forward to, and thenSentosa is the perfect answer. Other major attractions in this beautiful island include the face of Singapore Merlion Statue, The Fort of Siloso, and Trick Eye Museum.

Night Safari Park

The first one of its kind in the entire world, the Night Safari Park is an experience that shouldn’t be missed, to complete the Singapore adventure. Opened in 1994, Night Safari Park offers a magnificent view of an entire world of exotic fauna. 100 different species of over 2500 animals thrive in this settlement. A tram ride or a walk through this 35 hectares of lush green rain forest is sure to refresh and enthrall the visitors who prefer it over the view of skyscrapers and bustling city life. Endangered animal species like the Malayan Tiger, Asian elephants, and Tapir could be seen gazing through this one of a kind wildlife park.


Also Read: Singapore Night Safari: Everything You Wanted To Know & Practical Tips


Singapore Flyer

Want to take the Singapore sightseeing a notch up high? This could literally be done from the infamous Singapore Flyer. At 165 meters, the Singapore Flyer is the tallest Ferris wheel in Asia. A ride in this capsule could be an eye bawling experience and can give that adrenaline rush you were looking forward to. Viewing the breathtaking city of Singapore from atop would be that one sight to relish for the rest of your lives. Apart from the landmarks of Singapore, including the Marina Bay, Merlion Park, and Singapore River, even parts of Malaysia could be observed while on this 30 minute ride.

Gardens by the Bay

Consisting of three waterfront gardens to the South and East of Marina and one in the Downtown Core and Kallang, this nature park spread across an area of 101 hectares, is a fascinating Singaporean affair that is sure to bedazzle. Gardens by the Bay are an architectural marvel designed to resemble the national flower of Singapore, Miss Joaquim. The Flower Dome and Cloud Forest of Gardens by the Bay were listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest glass greenhouse. With over 32,000 plants from 160 species, Gardens by the Bay is the perfect blend of nature and architectural genius. The 25-50 meter tall vertical gardens called SuperTrees is another allurement this place has to offer

China Town

Singapore’s marvelous skyscrapers and modern architecture are renowned across the globe. Chinatown is a little world in literal sense that stands out from the rest of the city. With low-rise buildings and cultural heritage, China Town is one such place you wouldn’t want to miss while in Singapore. Once a settlement of immigrant Chinese people, China Town is now all about bustling streets that smell of traditional cuisines and aesthetic temples and museums standing tall.

Universal Studios

Universal Studios is undoubtedly one of the most famous adventure parks in the world and tops the list of most visited places in Singapore. Located in the Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Universal Studios is an unparalleled marvel with 7 themed zones and 28 major rides. The adrenaline seekers, kids, and Hollywood fans could all be delighted beyond clouds by the numerous activity options this park has to offer.

PulauUbin

An island in the northeast of mainland Singapore, PulauUbin is a naturally bewitching habitat spread across an area of 10.2 square kilometers. This is one such place that is untouched by modernity and still has history and charisma put on display. An array of wildlife could be spotted in PulauUbin, and there is no better spot for someone seeking a calm escape to nature.

E.A Aquarium

Watch fish in all hues beyond imagination swimming right in front of your eyes at the mesmerizing S.E.A Aquarium situated in Resorts World Sentosa of Singapore. With more than 1,00,000 marine animals belonging to over 1000 species inhibiting here, S.E.A Aquarium is a wonder world that attracts a huge tourist base.

Other major attractions Singapore confine to bewilder the visitors include Jurong Bird Park, The Singapore Zoo, The Statue of Merlion, Little India and Arab Street and Changi Museum, to name a few. Singapore is one such magical land that has a lot to offer beyond the visual imagination.


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4 Comments

  1. Jemi

    Thank you for sharing this awesome list! I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about Singapore, including the wide variety of food to try there. Hopefully, I can go there too someday when this COVID-19 crisis is over.

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  2. tech suprt

    Thanks For Sharing Such beautiful information with us. i hope you will share some more information about this post. Please keep sharing.thank you.

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  4. simon andrew

    Nice topic

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