Singapore is a curious melting pot of all that’s modern and antique. Historical shophouses and pre-war buildings stand strong against the backdrop of modern skyscrapers and architectural wonders.
Singapore has plenty of tourist places and attractions to spend a memorable holiday. Stroll along the Marina Bay waterfront promenade, explore downtown Singapore on a bumboat, enjoy a city view from Sands SkyPark, go clubbing at Clarke Quay, enjoy a leisurely day at Sentosa, explore its unique theme parks and more.
If you're looking for a taste of nature without the trek, Gardens by the Bay is your urban jungle. The Night Safari is another popular attraction in Singapore designed to replicate the Himalayan foothills, Southeast Asian rainforest, and Indian subcontinent. Singapore's 74-hectare botanic wonderland, Botanic Garden is a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the city's most arresting attractions. Spread across 28 lush hectares, the Singapore Zoo is home to Nubian ibexes, baboons and mongooses, flying foxes and more. A day at the zoo with your kids would be much fun. Next door to Singapore Zoo, the River Safari recreates the habitats of seven of the world’s rivers. Spot the alligator gar and the strange-looking Mississippi paddlefish in the Mississippi River aquarium, the African dwarf crocodile in the Nile, the Indian gharial in the Ganges, giant catfish in the Mekong, and the Yantze alligator in the Mekong. There’s a splash-tastic Amazon River Quest boat ride that’s suitable for young kids, with monkeys, giant anteaters, tapir, capybara, and jaguars spotted along the way.
Shop at Orchard Road, the fashion street of Singapore. In Singapore, Shoppers can splurge on luxurious stuff at high-end shops or get a great bargain deal at the street markets. The gastronomical delights range from the exquisite creations of posh restaurants to the tasty treats of hawker stalls.
Adorned with the most glitzy skyscrapers and uniquely architectural buildings, Singapore’s Marina Bay is simply awe-inspiring. Marina Bay houses some of the city's main points of interest as well as numerous opportunities for entertainment like the ArtScience Museum and The Float at Marina Bay (the world's largest floating stadium). You'll also find the Singapore Flyer, Gardens By the Bay and Merion Park, some of the city's best lookout spots overlooking the bay.
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