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Best Places not to be Missed When You're in Singapore

by brianvu »

Not only is Singapored characterised by skyscrapers and the high – end Makati commercial center, but it also preserve and conserve the unique culture and tradition of the immigrants.   Sea Lion Aquatic Park    The first ‘must – try’ tourist spot that you should definitely visit is the amazing Sea Lion Aquatic Park, which is located right in the heart of the city and, grasps the national symbol of Singapore (the Merlion – a half – lion, half – fish chimera). The Merlion spouting plumes of waters from its mouth was made of Fondue cement. Moreover, the outer scales are made from porcelain plates, and the eyes are decorated by two small red cups of tea. Standing at the park, tourists probably hold panoramic views of Singapore’s famous architectural’ s works, namely Maria Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum , etc.   Maria Bay Sands Hotel   Marina Bay Sands Hotel has been locally and internationally famous for its luxury services and unique in design.  Located in front of the Merlion, the hotel is in the shape of three golf clubs and is set on a boat. Indulging yourself into the cool water of the « mid – air » swimming pool and greeting the panorama of the amazing island  are without dispute wonderful experiences for travelers.   Orchard Bouldervard   Orchard Bouldervard is one of the most famous shopping district in Singapore featuring a series of  shopping center along both sides of the road. These shopping malls exhibit  products of  famous brands in the world. In addition to the oustside centers running along the boulevard, it also attracts the attention of visitors, shoppers, especially « shopaholic » with underground world-famous fashion stores which promise to satisfy your « thirst » of shopping, even « window – shopping ».    Bay South (Seaside Garden)   Bay South has seized the title of one of the most largest seaside gardens in Singapore. Get there, you have a chance to see impressive giant trees. This 16 - storey garden does not only act as a ventilator for the park's greenhouse but also the storage of rain water to generates solar energy.   Chinatown Singapore   Located within the Outram district right in the Center area of Singapore, Chinatown Singapore is a sharp contrast to the rest of the city, with low rise buildings and culture bursting out onto the streets. This is an area that is proud of its heritage, and has it very much on display. This « never – sleep » town has long been named the « bargain hunter ‘s paradise », in which you can find all sorts of stuff from Chinese herbs to imitation goods. Moreover, deeply immersed in the Oriental culture, heritage, and history, Chinatown is without dispute one of the most famous tourist attractions in Singapore. If you are a « foodaholic », you should definitely give Chinatown a try to savor tasteful and fragrant dishes of Chinese recipes. Additionally, you might make a visit to Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, a famous 4 – storey located right in the heart of Chinatown.   Little India   Little India is today the buzzing historic area that shows off the best of Singapore’s Indian community from vibrant culture to incredible shopping.  As you walk down Serangoon Road and neighboring streets explore their mix of Hindu and Chinese temples, mosques and churches.    Simultaneously, Little India has long been known as a buzzing ethnic district of car horns, bicycle bells and voices of local residents and tradesmen. To engage in the local’s daily life, I suggest you visit Tekka Market. This promises to give you unforgettable experiences. The prominent feature of the market is  the harmonious combination of both traditional and modern values. To do this, urban planners must be grasp long – term view because they definitely satisfy all of the visitors to the market.   ArtScience Museum   Singapore ArtScience Museum  is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Singapore. The museum is prominently characterized the shape of a blooming lotus. Furthermore, if you are lucky, you might attend at world – class exhibitions taken place in the museum.   Sentosa Island   Being known as the largest island in Singapore, Sentosa Island only takes tourists 15 to 20 minutes to step onto it from the city center. Featuring biggest amusement parks and entertainment centers, the island definitely provides tourists with unforgettable experiences at Universal, one of the four largest studios in the world, the S.E.A. Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the world. If you are engrossed in adventurous experiences, you should definitely give them a try right on the island. Additionally, you have a chance to admire the highest Merlion statue in Singapore with a height of 37 meters, in which you  can climb up to the top of the statue and hold panoramic views of beautiful Sentosa.   Useful Links: Luxury Mekong River Cruises | RV Mekong Pandaw Cruise | Cambodia to Vietnam River Cruises  

RE: Best Places not to be Missed When You're in Singapore

by Johnexplo »

You are mentioning nice places for Singapore tour but you will try to visit some other places which is also popular in Singapore like Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Jurong Bird Park, Flower Dome, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. I like Singapore Tour so i will find that places.



RE: Best Places not to be Missed When You're in Singapore

by lilitohanyan »

Top attractions of Singapore suggest websites like TripPlannera or Tripadvisor. Here can be found also reviews and other details. 


RE: Best Places not to be Missed When You're in Singapore

by signage »

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RE: Best Places not to be Missed When You're in Singapore

by awayeee »

Depending on age, budget, and interests. Here are some suggestions.


City attractions (1 day)

Singapore River

Merlion Park

Helix Bridge

Marina Bay Sands

Gardens by the Bay


Art and history museums (1 to 2 days)

ArtScience Museum

Asian Civilisations Museum

National Museum of Singapore

National Gallery Singapore


Cultural attractions (1 to 2 days)


Little India

Kampong Glam

Haw Par Villa