Known as a world-class and highly urbanized city, Singapore has attracted not only investors for business, but also tourists who want to have a blast for their vacation. This country is a gateway to many countries in Asia, but it also offers plenty of interesting sights for you to explore
Singapore’s Major Tourist Attractions
Traveling to Singapore in the near future? Here are the top attractions that you must see and visit in Singapore:
Sentosa is an island-resort in Singapore that houses the popular Universal Studios, Marine Life Park, Tiger Sky Tower, Underwater World and the Merlion, a half-lion half-fish Singapore icon that is believed to guard its prosperity. Sentosa is equipped with exciting backdrops and amusements that all ages could really enjoy. From theme parks and golf courses to beaches and resorts, you would definitely have fun here all day.
2. Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay Sands, famous for its infinity edge swimming pool, is definitely a wonderful place to stay. As the world’s second most expensive building, staying at one of its luxurious rooms would be awesome.
Want to take a 360-degree view of Singapore? Visit the Sands Skypark and dine in at its restaurants and find a good spot to view the famous Singapore Flyer, a giant ferris wheel.
3. Gardens by the Bay
It houses a trio of wonderful waterfront gardens, namely Bay Central Garden, Bay East and Bay South. Among the three, Bay South Garden is the largest and houses the huge conservatories- Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Dominating the garden’s landscape is the presence of the Supertrees, which imitate the function of real trees. By the way, they are really tall!
4. Night Safari
When nighttime sets in, tourists can still enjoy their tour by visiting the Night Safari. It is the world’s first zoo that opens at night. Of course, it also houses a variety of animal species. To make your stop more fun and exciting, the zoo offers Cultural shows and fire eating displays.
5. Little India and Arab Street
Little India is, as the name implies, the home of the Indian community present in Singapore, while Arab Street is a neighborhood owned by an Arab merchant. Still engulfing its culture and history, Indians and Arabs alike really feel at ease here and would welcome visitors of any origin.
6. Clarke Quay
A famous riverside quay in the country, it is the home for delightful floating restaurants and exciting nightclubs. The Arena holds permanent illusion show while the G-Max reverse bungee caters to your nerve-wracking adventure.
7. Science Centre Singapore
Featuring one of the world’s best observatories near the equator, SCS has attracted tourists to visit the area. It has not only brought awareness of science and technology to the public but also to the children. Its interactive exhibits are superb!
8. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
The four-storey temple holds a significant remark because this is where the sacred relic is carefully kept. The Buddhist Culture Museum located in the third floor holds the preservation of about 300 Buddhist artifacts from different Asian countries.
9. Singapore Botanic Garden
The main attraction here is the National Orchid Garden which grows thousands of orchids. A restaurant is situated near the beautiful waterfalls in the Ginger Garden. Moreover, the Green Pavilion is named as it is because of its green plant covered roof. Very natural, isn’t it?
10. Asian Civilizations Museum
Because Singapore is now a home to many people with different nationalities, the museum has been preserved to safeguard various Asian artifacts. Gallery rooms are used to display several exhibitions from the different ethnological collection.