Top 10 Things To Do In Singapore

1. Gardens By The Bay

Take a stroll along the the outdoor Heritage Gardens highlights the nation’s rich past through flora and also, the indoor Cloud Forest, Flower Dome, and Floral Fantasy showcase themed exhibits of vibrant blooms from all over the world.

2. Haji Lane

Explore Haji Lane, where it is surrounded by vibrant shophouses where independent shops sell distinctive things that are exclusive to Singapore. Also, enjoy the eye-catching street murals and art along the street, which is home to a variety of quaint cafés and bars, comes to life in the evenings when people come down to have some food and a drink.

3. Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is one of Singapore’s top attractions, well-known for its iconic infrastructure, featuring three 200-meter-tall skyscrapers. It also offer some of the best eateries and bars in the area, allowing visitors to wine and dine while taking in a bird’s eye perspective of Singapore.

4. Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo is one of the earliest “open concept” zoos in the world, housing over 2,500 species from all over the world. Enjoy yourself in nature as you explore the 28 hectares of land that is home to over many different types of animals, including the rare white tiger and Hamadryas baboon.

5. River Safari

River Safari features the largest freshwater aquarium in the world with more than 5,000 species. It is a great outdoor location for family and friends. Get on a boat or go on a stroll to meet animals from some of the world’s finest rivers, such as the Amazon and the Nile. Also, say hello to Kai Kai and Jia Jia, two gigantic pandas.

6. SEA Aquarium

Explore one of the biggest aquariums in the world, SEA Aquarium, hosting more than 100,000 marine creatures from more than 1,000 species in 50 different habitats. Immerse yourself in an aquatic world filled with seahorses, eels, clownfish, huge octopuses, bottlenose dolphins, nurse sharks, and hammerhead sharks.

7. Marina Barrage

With its spectacular 360-degree view of the bay area and the expansive green space built across the mouth of the Marina Channel, it can be a great outdoor spot for families and friends. It is ideal for recreational activities such as picnic and kite-flying, which can be relaxing and enjoyable.

8. Jewel Changi Airport

Jewel Changi Airport features the Rain Vortex, which is a seven-story-tall indoor waterfall, an indoor forest with suspended walkways, and approximately 300 shopping stores. With its iconic architecture, distinctive attractions and unique shopping and dining opportunities, it can be ideal for a multi-faceted lifestyle destination for Singaporeans and visitors from around the world to enjoy.

9. Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is one of Singapore’s final remaining kampongs, located on an offshore island covered in vegetation. Immerse in what Singapore was like in the 1960s, and head over there to see the wilder side of life and take a trip back in time. The island’s 1,020 hectares of gravel roads, thick forests, and an abundance of wildlife make it a delight, especially for adventure enthusiasts.

10. Merlion Park

Merlion Park features Singapore’s famous 28-foot Merlion monument, a half-fish, half-lion stone carving that sprays water into Marina Bay, is located on this promenade with views of the bay. The lion head pays homage to Singapura, which in Malay means “Lion City,” while the fish represents Singapore’s beginnings as a fishing community.

Credits: Time Out

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