Singapore

Overview

Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population.Situated almost on the equator, Singapore is a small yet beautiful island country, which is well-known for cleanliness and safety. This bustling metropolis is also the most modern city in Southeast Asia. Singapore tourism has been flourishing for decades, and it’s an effective means of boosting the economy of the country. Singapore is a perfect blend of culture, cuisines, arts and architecture.

From its ethnicity to contemporary business centres to its peaceful gardens and tapering skyscrapers, everything will make your trip to Singapore worthwhile. Singapore welcomes all tourists and travellers with its state-of-the-art infrastructure, and a slew of theme parks, crystal clear beaches, and artificial and natural marvels make the city a preferred choice for families. Singapore is also widely-known for its eclectic streets fares and hawkers centres. In Singapore, shopaholics can shop endlessly at the world-class shopping malls, adrenaline junkies can experience the thrills of amazing adventure sports, and laidback ones can enjoy beach bumming and exciting water sports. Since the city is one of the major holiday destinations in the world, tourism in Singapore keeps rising every year.

 

Singapore tourism packages give you the chance to explore a lot. The perfect scenic beauty all around will surely make your holiday a memorable one, and you would definitely want to visit here once again. From shopping to night life, everything in the city is awe-inspiring. Refer to Singapore tourism guide, so that you do not miss out on the best places tovisit in Singapore.

Singapore is considered as the hottest honeymoon destination for a newlywed. It is blessed with nature’s beauty in ample. It is a pleasant destination for honeymooners.

 

 

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Attractions and Places to Visit

Universal Studios

We’re all fascinated by movies and when presented with a chance to be a part of that experience is nothing short of heavenly. Undoubtedly, Singapore’s top attraction, Universal Studios is Singapore’s most visited attractions. Singapore’s only movie theme park, Universal Studios is a fun destination for families and can take up almost an entire day. There are rides based on every movie the studio has made, including the Disney ones as well as the action packed flicks.

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Sea Aquarium

Discover breathtaking world lying below the sea at S.E.A Aquarium which is the world’s largest aquarium. Step into the aquarium and see the awe-inspiring marine world through large glass windows. Nearly 800 species like manta rays, goliath grouper and napoleon wrasse existing out there. You can almost touch 200 sharks from the sealed glass windows or take a peek into the reef community. Come and enjoy the blue world of SEA Aquarium.

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Sentosa Merlion

One of the first things that you would identify with Singapore would be its iconic Merlion landmark. The 37 meter statue of a lion and fish hybrid provides some great photo ops; the view from within the mouth of the Merlion too is spectacular. Almost 12 stories high, it looks as if the statue is the guardian of Singapore, overlooking the city in all of its grandeur.

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Adventure Cove Waterpark

It is an adventurous aquatic park promising unlimited fun in water. Feel the excitement as your heart starts beating fast when you zoom down waterslides like South Asia’s first hydro magnetic coaster. To give your heart a bit of rest, get into the Bluewater Bay wave pool or grab a tube and let yourself flow with the slow waves of Adventure River. Don’t miss snorkeling with colorful fishes in the river.

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Siloso Beach Singapore

Welcome to the hippest beach of Sentosa where excitement is going to rule over the boredom of your life. You can just wear on your swim wear and take a dip into the water. If swimming is not the only genre you have expertise in, try your hand in skim-boarding, kayaking, roller-blading and so on. Else you can just lie down on the sand and enjoy the sun.

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Sentosa Board Walk

When you are tired after visiting all the marine parks of Sentosa, take a leisure walk on Sentosa Boardwalk. It connects the main city to the island. It is the first garden themed boardwalk in Southeast Asia that lets you enjoy the awestruck beauty of the tropical landscape of Singapore.

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Tiger Sky Tower

A distinctive landmark of the city’s skyline, the Tiger Sky Tower is a fantastic view deck. Standing tall at 131 meter above sea level, the Tiger Sky Tower offer vistas of not only Singapore and Sentosa, but also the neighbouring islands of Malayasia and Indonesia on a clear day. Be it day or night, the views offered from way up here is bound to be a highlight of your Sentosa trip.

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Palawan Beach

Come and enjoy memorable time with your family on Singapore’s happiest beach, Pawalan beach. Kids will especially love it, as the animal shows at the Palawan Amphitheatre will definitely cheer them up. The suspension bridge connecting the beach to the island that is considered the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia, is the primary attraction of this beach. For appetite, eateries are there near the beach.

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Marina Bay Singapore

Marina Bay in Singapore has undergone a transformation of epic proportions. Once a quiet body of water at the entrance of the Singapore River, this are a now stands as a spectacular example of how this miniscule country has come to be one of the world’s most luxurious travel destinations.  Overlapping the Financial District, Clarke Quay and the central Civic District towards the north, Marina Bay boats some of Singapore’s most iconic hotels, skyscrapers, and attractions.

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Clarke Quay Singapore

Nightlife in Clarke Quay is what this party hub of Singapore is really famous. Dazzling lights, beautiful people and buzzing nightclubs – these are some of the things that imprint themselves on your mind the first time you visit Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and a kaleidoscope of concept bars and pubs along the Singapore River. A mind-boggling selection of themes and attractions round out your choice of after-sunset indulgence.  Originally a centre of commerce along the Singapore River, Clarke Quay is nowadays a labyrinth of restaurants, concept bars, retail stores and recreation outlets. Try Bar Cocoon or Bamboo Bar at The Forbidden City, Lunar Asian Fusion Bar for great shows, or Bar Opiume at the Empress Place by the riverside and then Attica or Canvas for an after-hours rave.

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Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a huge, colourful, futuristic park in the bay area of Singapore. The famous Supertree structures offer an impressive skywalk over the gardens, over-sized seashell-shaped greenhouses recreate chilly mountain climates and there are hundreds of trees and plants to discover, making this destination great fun for both kids and adults. The best place to grasp the size of Gardens by the Bay is from the top of Marina Bay Sands, which sits directly opposite the park, the space encompass 250 acres of reclaimed land on the waterfront. Getting here is easy, either via walkways from the hotel, giving you an elevated view of the gardens, or taking the slightly longer riverside promenade to enter the park near the two domes. Walking around the park won’t cost you a cent but if you want to step inside the climate-controlled conservatories, or walk amongst the Supertrees, there is a fee.  

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China Town

Chinatown, with its colourful Peranakan shop-houses and handful of historical attractions, makes for a pleasant stroll. It is divided into four main districts, namely Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Bukit Pasoh, but the centre of activities revolves around Smith and Pagoda Streets. Chinatown offers a lot more than just the restored shops and ethnic places of worship, such as the old Hokkien temple Thian Hock Keng, Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple and James Mosque, it’s a haven for hawker food lovers.  There’s also a good mix of hotels here, from heritage shop-house hotels to five-star luxury boutique accommodation. The Chinatown MRT Station brings you to the doorstep of Pagoda Street.  

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Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. A one-of-a-kind experience and built over a three-story terminal building, the Flyer is 150 metres in diameter, 165 metres high, and travels at 0.21m per second (it is some 30 metres taller than the famous London Eye!) With breathtaking panorama views that are so radically different during the day and at night, it’s hard to choose the best time to take a ride.    Passengers will get to see such city sights as the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Marina Bay, Empress Place and the Padang. Each of Singapore Flyer 28 city-bus-sized air-conditioned capsules can carry up to 28 passengers and a complete rotation of the wheel takes approximately 30 minutes.     

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Little India

Little India is a colourful and exciting area in Singapore. Located east of the Singapore River, north of Kampong Glam. Little India is the centre of life for Singapore’s Indian community, and a visit to this buzzing neighbourhood is sure to awaken all your senses; be it through the multi-coloured shop-houses that line the streets, the spiritual chants from the various mosques and temples, or the pungent aromas that infuse the night air when the demand for food reaches its peak. The colour, smiles and smells are all authentically sub continental and warm, making this one of Singapore’s must-visit districts.    

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Aviary Waterfall

The iconic Waterfall Aviary is the park’s largest walk-in aviary with over 600 free-flying birds from 50 species, including the endangered sun conures, common crowned pigeons and Von der Decken’s hornbills. This aviary houses a 30-metre high waterfall which is the world’s first and tallest man-made waterfall. Today, it is the tallest waterfall inside an aviary. Visitors can expect close encounters with these birds during daily feeding sessions.

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Wings of Asia

With a collection of over 500 birds representing 135 species, the revamped Wings of Asia aviary houses the largest diversity of birds in the park. It is home to one of the world’s most comprehensive and admired collections of Asian birds, including 24 threatened species such as the Bali mynah, Luzon bleeding-heart dove and black-winged starling. These species have been successfully hatched and raised as part of the park’s ongoing conservation

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Lory Loft

The Lory Loft is the biggest lory flight aviary at 3,000 square metre and nine-storeys high. Featuring nine colourful lory species, this exhibit is themed after the Australian outback and is popular among visitors who get to feed lories and lorikeets with a cup of nectar mix while walking across suspended bridges.

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Penguin Coast

Penguin Coast, home to 100 penguins across five species is divided into indoor and outdoor exhibits. The indoor, climate-controlled exhibit is home to the Humboldt, rockhopper, macaroni and the majestic king penguin. Visitors can observe these birds as they torpedo through the water and jump up from the water onto the ice. The outdoor exhibit houses the endangered African penguins, otherwise known as jackass penguins, one of the few species that has adapted to the tropics.

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Pelican Cove

Pelican Cove features the world’s most complete collection of pelicans with seven out of eight species. The collection includes the Dalmatian pelican, the largest species weighing up to 15kg. Visitors can catch the huge birds in action as they make their dramatic underwater swoops for fish at the world's first underwater viewing gallery for pelicans.

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Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is one of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temples, in the heart of Little India.

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Marina Bay Stand's Sky Park

Marina Bay in Singapore has undergone a transformation of epic proportions. Once a quiet body of water at the entrance of the Singapore River, this are a now stands as a spectacular example of how this miniscule country has come to be one of the world’s most luxurious travel destinations.  Overlapping the Financial District, Clarke Quay and the central Civic District towards the north, Marina Bay boats some of Singapore’s most iconic hotels, skyscrapers, and attractions.

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Gardens By The Way

Gardens by the Bay is a huge, colourful, futuristic park in the bay area of Singapore. The famous Supertree structures offer an impressive skywalk over the gardens, over-sized seashell-shaped greenhouses recreate chilly mountain climates and there are hundreds of trees and plants to discover, making this destination great fun for both kids and adults. The best place to grasp the size of Gardens by the Bay is from the top of Marina Bay Sands, which sits directly opposite the park, the space encompass 250 acres of reclaimed land on the waterfront. Getting here is easy, either via walkways from the hotel, giving you an elevated view of the gardens, or taking the slightly longer riverside promenade to enter the park near the two domes. Walking around the park won’t cost you a cent but if you want to step inside the climate-controlled conservatories, or walk amongst the Supertrees, there is a fee.  

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