When visiting Singapore, one is often spoilt for choice in regard to the number of attractions that this amazing city has to offer. Famous for its many family friendly attractions, Singapore is a city that effortlessly blends its vibrant history and modern day architecture to give you an experience of a lifetime.
Below we bring for you a list of the most popular tourist destinations within Singapore that you must visit on your visit to this wonderful city:
This first of its kind amusement park in South east Asia is a must visit if your are travelling with kids. The number of thrilling rides and roller coasters that you can enjoy here is truly mind boggling and a part of it is divided into themed zones like the Lost World, Ancient Egypt, New York, Hollywood, Madagascar etc.
Marina Bay Sands
The magnificent Marina Bay Sands comprises of a luxury hotel, showrooms of various high end luxury brands, a mall and the ArtScience museum. You can get a bird’s eye view of the city’s impressive skyline from atop the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. Though it may cost you a little fortune to actually stay at the hotel, you can see the main attractions as a guest.
Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel and gives you a breathtaking view of the city. The view that you see during daytime is quite different from what you may see at night, so choose the timings of your visit according to what you prefer.
Home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, the Singapore Zoo is quite impressive, to say the least. You can view a number of animals in their natural habitats like chimpanzees, orangutans, zebras, meerkats, komodo dragons, mole rats, white tigers, kangaroos etc. If you are particularly interested in wildlife, you can also opt for the Night Safari or River Safari and plan a visit to the Jurong Bird Park too.
Gardens By The Bay
As the name suggests, Gardens By The Bay are situated in the bay area of Singapore and are basically colorful, futuristic gardens that boast of hundreds of plants and trees. You can visit the Cloud Forest Dome to enjoy the world’s tallest and most magnificent indoor waterfall.
Whenever someone mentions Singapore, this is perhaps the first image that comes to one’s mind. The iconic image of Merlion, a statue with the face of a lion and body of a fish, is a treat to watch attracting millions of tourists every year. You can also catch a glimpse of the panoramic bay area from here.
Underwater World is an oceanarium located on the island of Sentosa in Singapore. You can view a wide variety of marine life here and can also get a chance to swim with the dolphins and feed the sharks! What’s not to love!
Whenever you plan to visit Singapore next, do think of this little list and make sure to see every attraction mentioned here to get a complete taste of this wonderful city.