5 Best Things To Do In Singapore

5 Best Things To Do In Singapore

Singapore has become the definition of success.  It is an amazing blend of green space and modern architecture, wetland preserves and stark modern achievements.  Singapore has accomplished a blend of the old and new, in a way seldom seen in the rest of the world.

With a warm tropical climate, you can visit Singapore almost any time of the year.  Just be aware that as with many tropical destinations, rain is more prevalent in the winter months from November through January.

There are many hotels in Singapore City, so accommodations are plentiful.  You should try and avoid major holidays like Chinese New Year.

1) Gardens by the Bay

This a fantastic network of modern greenhouses and waterfront parks.  It is an urban jungle, featuring “supertrees”, and an ariel walkway with views of the surrounding park and nearby Marina Bay.

The Cloud Forest features a 114-foot-tall mountain that provides a home for the world’s largest indoor waterfall.  The Flower Dome is the largest greenhouse in the world and is home to a large variety of plants and flowers grouped by country.

There is a reason Gardens by the Bay is considered Singapore’s top tourist attraction

2) Singapore Botanic Gardens

With over 60 acres of gardens, it’s recommended that you allot enough time to take it all in.  It’s a beautiful garden right in the heart of Singapore.  It’s free for entry, but the highlight Orchid Garden does charge a modest entry fee.

For family and nature lovers, the chance to stroll through this expansive garden is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

This is an excellent place to take your family for some vacation time.

3) Marina Bay

Marina Bay is the centre of tourism in Singapore.  There are numerous points of interest like the ArtScience Museum, The Float at Marina Bay, the Singapore Flyer and Merion Park.

Visitors say that a walk around Marina Bay is a must, especially for first-time travellers.  A stroll during the day will give you plenty to do and look at.  The same walk at night will treat you to a light show put on by the Marina Bay Sands.

4) Changi Airport

It’s not often that an airport is considered much of a tourist attraction, but that is not the case in Singapore.

With 3 interconnected terminals, the airport features a 10-story mall, a monorail, gardens and a waterfall.

The latest addition dubbed the Jewel, features gardens and a 50-meter-high rain vortex waterfall. It’s an incredible spot for photos and to enjoy the scenery on your way in or out of the country.

Singapore is easy to visit, but make sure you check for entry requirements.

5) Chinatown

Chinatown is one of the largest ethnic enclaves in Singapore.  With a vibrant street culture and striking architecture, Chinatown should be on your list of places to visit.

It’s a particularly good place to go if you are looking for souvenirs.  Being less expensive than other parts of Singapore makes it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.  Filled with great food stalls, markets, and temples Chinatown scores highly with many visitors.


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