The picture-perfect skyscrapers and the lush greenery, blend of multiple cultures to the hub of the world economy, the Republic of Singapore, an amalgamation of 63 islands offers a varied range of experiences to its visitors. Whether you are traveling with friends or family, kids or just your better half, Singapore proves to be a sum of attractions for one and all. Note below the top things to do in Singapore that you must not miss out on while in Singapore:
Nature & Wildlife:
The award-winning Singapore Zoo houses about 300 species of creatures and is also the world’s first night zoo. It also offers river safari as well as night safari that take you closer to the world of the wildlife.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens comprises widespread greenery, public sculptures, Symphony Lake and a National Orchid Garden. It is one of the popular picnic spots.
The Sungei Buloh Wetlands hosts a world of rich biodiversity. Listed as an ASEAN Heritage Park, this natural reserve is mainly known as the resting habitat for migratory birds.
The Universal Studios Singapore has various themed zones such as Hollywood, New York, Madagascar, etc. It has water-based rides as well as some of the world’s most thrilling roller coaster rides.
Little India reminds every Indian of India. From temples to shopping centres, dessert shops to parrot astrologers, this little India offers a summarized experience of India.
Singapore Flyer or the giant Ferris wheel offers a panoramic view of the entire city and personalized experiences if you wish to celebrate any special occasions such as cocktail flight or dinner party, on board.
Located in the heart of the city, Orchard Road is a haven for shoppers. It houses vast shopping malls and branded stores, along with plenty of cafes and bars.
Mustafa Centre is a 24-hour shopping mall. One can buy anything and everything from this point.
Clarke Quay is a riverside quay in Singapore. One can visit this place on hired bumboats. It’s a haven for shoppers in the daytime and a popular destination for party hoppers in the night.
Zouk Club is a riverside club favourite among party animals. With many zones, great music and ambiance, this club are worth a visit.
Gardens by The Bay is a futuristic wonderland. With modern designs in the cradle of nature, it features air-conditioned flower domes, vertical gardens, and indoor waterfall and space-age super trees.
Sentosa Island is the largest of Singapore’s islands. Royal Albatross, a large ship ferries tourists to and from the island. Towers, suspended bridges, and tranquil beaches define this island.
Mount Faber and Labrador Nature Reserve surround the trails of the Southern Ridges. A treat for nature lovers, one can sit back and relax, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Impressive attractions, fun-filled activities, an abode for nature lovers and a financial hub is what summarizes the city of Singapore.