Welcome to the Wildlife of Singapore
Singapore may be a cosmopolitan city but there’s also a thriving ecosystem of nature and wildlife nestled within. Nature lovers, on a tour package to Singapore, can look forward to exploring the rainforests and wetlands for an undisturbed experience. Or simply wander through the many landscaped gardens and parks on the island, with some even offering a scenic view of the city from vantage points. Singapore is a beautiful blend of urbanization and acres of unspoilt natural beauty. The specialty of Singapore lies in this magical combination.
On a tour package in Singapore you’ll encounter an ecosystem that’s home to thousands of plant, animal and insect species – some you may not even have heard of or seen before. But this is what makes the rainforest so alluring, to be able to appreciate nature’s beauty in its original state.
Experience wildlife up-close right here in a holiday to Singapore, and be separated from the animals by mere inches. You can also witness the feeding of majestic white tigers and get cozy with wildlife on your tour package to Singapore. There are many more other attractions and activities that you can explore, but be prepared for some nail-biting moments. You’ve been warned. It’s fun unlimited.
Some of the major wildlife attractions on a tour package in Singapore are Bukit Batok Nature Park, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Jurong Bird Park, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Labrador Nature Reserve and Underwater World Singapore and Dolphin Lagoon.
Don’t let the gleaming skyscrapers fool you; bursts of lush green lie interspersed within Singapore’s cityscape. Hear the hustle and bustle of the city fade away as you step into ancient rainforests and nature reserves situated a short hop away from the central business district. Explore the myriad nature trails, wildlife parks and landscaped gardens that Singapore has to offer, or venture out to the neighboring islands.
Holiday in Singapore takes you to number of nature reserves that you can explore at your own leisure. What’s so amazing is that these green enclaves have been left undisturbed, despite Singapore’s transformation into a cosmopolitan city. Kusu Island, Pulau Hantu, Pulau Ubin, Sentosa Island and Singapore Botanic gardens being some of the most popular and sought after destinations. One interesting facet you’ll discover about Singapore is a ubiquitous collage of cultures, where people of different ethnicities and beliefs coexist and this is also reflected in the nature and wildlife which is varied, well spread and a true treat to a nature lover.
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