This modern city-state has something for everyone: exclusive hotels, casinos, opulent shopping malls, entertainment parks and beaches. With its unique mix of cultures, Singapore also dwells in its people. As a shopping destination, it has its local fashion designers to boast of and international brands with everything from high street to high-end.
So when you are here, just start off in style – begin by watching the Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome, and the Cloud Forest on the first day. At Gardens by the Bay, you’ll marvel at thousands of rare plants and learn about the role they play in improving the quality of life in the city by adding a green cover to complement the enormous developments in the city.
In Singapore, it is interesting to go on a river cruise on a Bumboat or a Bubble jet and experience the three different quays of the Singapore River. Each quay (Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Robertson Quay) has its own uniqueness and it’s an experience to explore their design and history.
If you are traveling with children, it’s an absolute must for you to visit Singapore’s rainforest zoo and experience the night safari. The bird park at Jurong is another popular family destination, as is the SEA Aquarium in Sentosa, home to more than 100,000 marine animals. The icing on the cake would be a trip to the Universal Studios, where your children can relive the lives of their favorite film characters.
History mysteries abound Singapore. Unravel all that at Changi Prison, Kranji War Memorial and old Chinese temples. Trace Singapore’s WW II history and listen to the stories of how its people defended Singapore from the Japanese invasion. There is also the Marina Bay Boat Tour and the thrill of indoor skydiving at iFly Singapore