The Top 10 Attractions in Singapore
Singapore is one of the great cities of the world, a very diverse and young country. Elegant colonial buildings still co-exist alongside old street markets and now the modern skyscrapers.
Whether you love nature, multi-culture, food, shopping, night life or thrill, Singapore has all selections wide open within your reach. The top 10 list of attractions are:
1. Marina Bay Sands, SkyPark and the Casino
Marina Bay Sands features three 55-storey hotel towers and these he three towers are connected by a sky terrace on the roof, named Sands SkyPark.
The SkyPark will be home to the world’s longest elevated swimming pool and it will also have rooftop restaurants, nightclubs, gardens and a public observatory with 360-degree views of the Singapore skyline.
In front of the three towers include an The Art-Science Museum, a Theatre Block, a Convention and Exhibition Facilities, as well as the Casino.
The Casino has the stunning interiors design and it can hold upto 1000 gaming tables and 1400 slot machines.
2. Universal Studios Singapore
Located in the Resort World Sentosa, it's the only Universal Studios theme park that will be opened in South East Asia for the next 30 years.
Main Attractions consists of seven themed zones:
1. Hollywood: The atmosphere you will feel as if you have landed in the Hollywood.
2. New York: Feel the spirit and energy of America's biggest and grandest city.
3. Sci-Fi City: The impressive portals of Sci-Fi City and battle of Good vs. Evil (TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle is most attractive)
4. Ancient Egypt: You should explore the ride 'The Mummy"
5. The Lost World: Two theme parks, Jurassic Park and WaterWorld
6, Far Far Away: mainly Shresk Movie stars and talking donkeys..
7. Madagascar: Theme based on the Animation film, Madagascar.
3. Sentosa - Luge and Sky Ride
Dive into fun-filled Sentosa Island, it can make for a top spot for entire family.
Skyline Luge, The Merlion, Fort Siloso, Wave House at Siloso Beach, Underwater World are name to a few attractions..
No tourist visit to Singapore is complete without meeting the 37-m tall, The Merlion.
The Skyline Luge is the first luge of its type in Southeast Asia, riders can manually operate the speed, steering and brake system. If luge isn't your thing, soar above the island on the Skyride, imagine being slowly lifted up and seeing the fantastic panoramic view of the city skyline and the beautiful coastline having the fear of falling off.
4. Dining & Shopping.
Dining, along with shopping is said to be one of the main attraction of Singapore. The diversity of food is touted as a reason for many to visit the country.
You can try shopping in most of the shopping malls, mainly Orchard and Bugis Street. You can find hawker center everywhere, but we recommend to try Arab Street in Bugis, Clarke, Holland Village and Changi Village.
5. historic Chinatown & Little India
The Chinatown and Little India, both the buzzing historic districts of Singapore featuring distinctly Chinese & Indian cultural elements and the best of Singapore's Chines & Indian population.
6. Night Life - Clarke
Singapore is quite hot & humid, so it tend to be the night life more exciting. Boat Quay and Clarke Quay is where most of people have fun. There are many popular pubs & bars, restaurants and night clubs, so the atmosphere here is always crowded and mixed with music.
7. The Asian Civilization Museum
Asian Civilization Museum is one of the top museum in Singapore. Filled with arts and artifacts that traces the cultural background of Singapore. Its located by the historic Singapore River
8. The Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, Birds Park
The Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and Birds Park all located at Jurong. But, you can not finish viewing it all in one day, so you have to plan it accordingly.
The Singapore Zoo:
A trip to the Singapore Zoo will be very exciting as there are over 2,800 animals representing over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles.
Jurong Birds Park:
Jurong Birds Park is the Asia's largest bird park where you can find more than 5,000 birds from 380 species.
The main advantage of night safari is that you can avoid the scorching sun. It is the world’s first wildlife night park that houses animals in their naturalistic night environment.
9. River Safari
The River Safari is a river-themed wildlife park and aquarium located next to the Singapore Zoo, where you can meet meet over 5,000 animals, including 42 endangered species, freshwater fishes as well as smallest crocodile. Main attraction is the giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia at the lush Giant Panda Forest.
10. Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay, the best Indoor Gardens of the World. Located near to Marina Reservoir, it offers visitors a vibrant horticultural themed greenery and floral displays, no doubt its one masterpiece of Singapore.