The Best Travel Destinations In Singapore

Singapore is a bursting city that offers breathtaking views, impressive attractions, and exciting activities. It showcases both urban and natural attractions. This city is also a rich playground. An overview of the city highlights is given below.

  • Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a colorful, peaceful park in the bay area of Singapore. To enjoy the plant life, Gardens by the Bay is perfect. It is far from the city bustle. The world’s tallest indoor waterfall is also there in Cloud Forest Demo. It was crowned as “World building of the year” in 2012. The best view can be seen from the top of the Marina Bay is a great place for a picnic. There are different types of plants and flowers from different countries.

  • Marina Bay Sands

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands is one of the world’s complicated constructions. It has a luxury hotel, a world-class casino, multiple nightclubs, performance halls, indoor staking rink, ArtScience Museum, theatres, shopping mall, and marina bay sands Skypark. Standing at the Marina Bay Sands Skypark, someone can view the double helix bridge, the Gardens by the Bay, the port, and the impressive skyline. There is also an infinity pool at the top of the hotel. Visitors can have a coffee or snacks from the rooftop restaurant.

  • Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest giant wheel, from which you can view the whole city. The diameter of the flyer is 150 meters, the height is 165 meters and it runs at the speed of 0.21m/s. A complete round takes 30 minutes and 28 passengers can enjoy the ride in one round. It gives the different city sights such as the Singapore River, Marina Bay, Raffles Place, Padang, and the Empress Place. The sights of neighboring Malaysia and Indonesia can be seen from the highest point of the wheel. It is hard to decide that what view of the city you really want to view, bustling day or lighting night. Wheelchairs are used for disabled passengers.

  • China Town

China town is a hustle market filled with excitement. It is divided into 4 main districts, namely Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar, Kreta Ayer, and Bukit Pasoh and two main streets are Smith and Pagoda. It has two famous temples Sri Mariamman Hindu temple and Buddha Tooth Relic temple. The oldest Chinese temple Thian Hock Keng is a colorful attraction. Other attractions are Chinese foods, bright red lanterns, shops and other Chinese traditional products. In China heritage center there is a history-lane from where you can learn the history and culture of Chinatown. There is a three-floor museum having 15 galleries. These galleries are full of pictures, stories, and artifacts which depicts the lives of the early migrants.

  • Little India

Little India is a famous tourism point because of its uniqueness. It is a network of shops and streets and you can find anything here. Little India was actually an Indian community in the early. This area reflects multiculturalism because there are many mosques, temples, and churches. Little India is near to the Serangoon Road and it offers Indian cuisine.