Singapore is a place of mixed culture and a place of great foods and shopping destination. It is lovely place spread in an area of just 40 kilometres diameter. There are many landmarks and tourist spots to look at. Here are some of listed below.
10. Clarke Quay:
Clarke Quay is a city that never sleeps located beside the Singap0re River and is famous for its exceptional beauty, especially at night. There are clubs; discos, bars and romantics boats hop into.
Chinatown is located to the south-west of Singapore River and one of the oldest cities of Singapore which was assigned to the Chinese community. It doesn’t have any skyscrapers just two or three storied buildings. Here are many Chinese temples, not only that different religions co-exist and live together in a very friendly manner.
8. Little India:
This is a place where one can get the flavour of India, outside India. Almost all Indian cultures are found here from temples to mosques, from sari shops to spice stores, etc… There is a very big shopping complex known as ‘Mustafa’ where one can find any kind of things and a branch of India’s largest bank ‘State Bank Of India’.
7. Double Helix Bridge at Marina Bay:
It’s a linking bridge between Marina Centre and Marina South and an example outstanding architecture. It is made of tubes of stainless steel in a twisted pattern and it is designed to avoid direct sunlight and heavy rain. At evening when all the colourful LED lights light it looks superb.
6. Marina Bay Sands:
It is an integrated resort over the Marina Bay, having the world largest and expensive casino. Singaporeans are charged 100$ but the foreigners are let in for free. It is a 340 meter tall three tower structure with a swimming pool on top of it connecting all three and it consists of theatres, malls, museum and restaurants.
5. Fountain of Wealth:
This is considered as the world’s largest fountain. It is closed during the morning and at night it is setup for laser shows between 8pm and 9pm. It is considered as a Fountain of wealth and life and if someone surrounds the fountain three times touching the water, one can gain good fortune.
4. Universal Studios Singapore:
It’s a theme park full of thrill and excitement. Here are different types of themed zones where one can meet The Shrek, The Madagascans and even the Dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park. Above all one mustn’t miss the highly twisted roller-coaster for an awesome experience.
3. Night Safari:
The Night Safari Park of Singapore is the first of its kind to display nocturnal animals which bought Singapore Tourism Board prizes for straight 8 times in the category of Best Visitor Attraction Experience. It holds some of the endangered species which spread over 40 hectors of land.
2. Singapore Flyers:
It’s a 165 meter tall, world’s largest giant wheel. It costs around 30$ for a 40 minute ride. While the wheel revolves, it provides superb view of some landmarks like Marina Bay, Raffles Place and Singapore River. The best time to ride this wheel is at dusk.
1. Santos Island:
It’s an island in the south coast of Singapore. One must see the pink dolphins, underwater walk, museum, exotic beaches and of course the Song of the Seas a water-Laser shows here.