So many places to visit in Singapore, such little time.
Singapore lies in the top choices for travel destinations in the world for a luxuriant holiday. The country is the perfect combination of entertainment zones, stunning attractions, plenty of shopping opportunities and of course glorious food! Now although there is an ubiquitous presence of various attractive things to do and places to visit in Singapore, there are certainly some gems that you should definitely not miss. So if you are planning for a trip to Singapore but don’t have enough time to see catch em’ all, well don’t worry. Here’s our list of top 14 places to visit in Singapore, which in our opinion you shouldn’t ever miss out on.
1. Marina Bay
The epicenter of all things fun and happening
Developed into a cosmopolitan style, the place houses the most spectacular array of shopping arcades, entertainment zones, nightlife centers, dinning hotspots, Casino and even a Science Museum! Definitely ‘THE’ place to be.
2. Universal Studios Singapore
20 theme parks woven into one! YASS!
If you thought amusement parks are for the kids, you are in for a huge surprise. It is one of its kind place to visit not just in Singapore but the world with a score of themed zones like Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Far Far Away and more.
3. Gardens by the Bay
Garden from the distant future
This brilliant place, with artificially controlled chilly climate, showcases the famous Supertree and over-blown seashell shaped greenhouses where you can discover hundreds of beautiful plants and trees.
4. Clarke Quay
The official residence of all party animals
This mesmerizing region of Singapore is a must place to visit if you love night outs and parties. But even if you don’t you can’t stay away from Clarke Quay, for it’s also the place that hosts the finest restaurants, boutique shops, bars and of course nightclubs.
Shop, eat and sight-see, all comfortably under budget
The iconic street market of Singapore, Chinatown is the cheapest place to buy souvenirs and taste some authentic Chinese food. It also house plenty of attractions including Chinatown Heritage Centre, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple etc.
6. Raffles Hotel
Ritzy hotel cum historical landmark from the yesteryear
Built in 1887, this colonial styled hotel has been the luxurious retreat for famous celebrities and houses 103 suits, 40 high-end boutiques stores and 18 different restaurants. Come down here for the famous indigenous drink of Raffles’, Singapore Sling.
The island of ultimate recreation and leisure
If rejuvenation and respite is on your mind, where would you go? Sentosa- The place which has the very foundation based on these two principles. With numerous theme parks, dining and shopping options, relaxation is just a cable car ride away.
8. Orchard Road
Commercial cynosure of Singapore
When you want to indulge, where else to go than Orchard Road. The focal point of luxurious malls, offices, spas, department stores, cafes beauty salons, hotels and whatnot, this is a must place to visit in Singapore!
9. Singapore Flyer
For the panoramic view of the city like none other
The biggest observation wheel across the globe, Singapore Flyer is 165 m high and 15 m wide. Behold the Raffles Place, Empress Place, Singapore River, Padang and Marina Bay from an angle that’s sure to leave you spellbound.
10. Singapore Night Safari
Unique attraction combining thrill and science
Serving as the conservation and research center too, this unusual zoo lets you take a sneak peak into the lives of the nocturnal creatures of the wild. It showcases 59 exhibits with about a thousand animals from the world over, including gazelles, vultures, one-horned rhinoceroses, Himalayan Griffon etc.
Hope you have a great time in Singapore. Let us know of your experience in the comments below.
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