Some Captivating Attractions Singapore has to Offer
Singapore is a multi-cultural community with Chinatown, Little India and the historic Malay area being its main ethnicities. A small city/state/archipelago in Southeast Asia, it’s one of the fastest growing economies and a major tourist hub in Asia. Singapore has a splendid mix of natural beauty and man-mad attractions, which combined create a magical spell to dazzle all its visitors. The island is crowded with towering skyscrapers, historical building, gleaming shopping malls and museums, but at the same time, it features stunning natural beauty with over 400 public parks, numerous beaches and lovely rainforests all around. For kids’ delight, there is a zoo, a night safari and several water theme parks offering varied entertainment choices. For those seeking night funs, there are countless of pubs, bars and discotheques scattered all around. Singapore River and Marina Bay are much-preferred regions for night-fun lovers.
There are plenty of things to do while in Singapore. Have a look at some captivating attractions Singapore tourism has in store for you.
National Orchid Garden: Amazing tranquility amid picturesque surroundings – the place is idyllic for romance and rejuvenation. Enchanting species of plants & flowers, lovely water bodies, fountains and live musical performances in the park ensure a pleasant experience to all its visitors. The park is huge, and needs miles of walk to explore it all. But it’s well worth the investment in time and sweat. National Orchid Garden offers excellent eateries too.
Marina Bay: World-class hotels, bars, elegant restaurants and various shopping arcades create here a dazzling atmosphere. The entire scene becomes more sparkling during night. State-of-art structures, endless funs, stunning live shows and warm-friendly locals – you tour to Singapore is almost incomplete until being at Marina Bay. Head on to top of the Marina Bay and see gorgeous views of surrounding Singapore. If you wish to get high on your vacation, this place is not-to-miss attraction to you.
Buddha Tooth Relic temple: This temple is well-preserved historical attraction in Singapore. Located in Chinatown, this gorgeous temple is stunningly beautiful and serene. It has four floors and a roof garden, which all are wonderfully designed and are real delights to explore. The interiors are dominated with innovative lighting schemes. Artistically curved Buddha idols and a lovely rooftop garden surrounding the prayer wheel are major attractions in the temple.
Singapore Flyer: Get pleasure of riding the largest observation wheel in the world. This giant 165-meter tall wheel gives 360 panoramic views of Singapore during remarkable 30-minute ride. Though it’s bit expensive, but the pleasure it gives is worth against all the money and time you spend. A must-do thing for everyone, it offers great opportunities for photography.
Orchard Road: A shopper’s paradise, Orchard Road is a swanky thoroughfare flanked by dazzling shopping amlls and hotels. Shopping here is a lifetime experience with myriads of options being available to cater every lifestyle and budget. An excellent range of restaurants offers great dining for all. Come here to shop, dine, play and live nightlife in detectable way.
Alongside, the usual attractions including the Night Safari, Singapore Zoo, Sentosa Island and Singapore National Museums have always been the must-visit destinations in Singapore. Take a Singapore package to make your trip more enjoyable.
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