Top Singapore Spots for Tourist

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There are many things to do, sites to see, and things to learn in Singapore. With so many options for tourists below is a complied list of the top spots to visit in Singapore.

Gardens by the Bay is a beautiful nature park that is over 250 acres that is located in Central Singapore and consists of three waterfront gardens, which are: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden. It also has been crowned World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival in 2012. They have supertrees that offer impressive skywalks over the gardens and have oversized seashell shaped greenhouses that make it enjoyable for adults and children.

 

The Marina Bay is also a spectacular site to see and it has undergone a transformation of epic proportions due to the fast development of the cosmopolitan city-state. There are many fun things to do in the Marina Bay such as the many resorts, the Science Museum, casinos, shopping, and dining and nightlife options. They even offer a light show, which illuminates on the water too.

 

Another Singapore icon is Chinatown. They offer great shopping, at the lowest prices, souvenirs, and authentic Chinese food. There are many restaurants to choose from and a ton of history that can be obtained from the Chinatown Heritage Centre on Pagoda Street. The main focus of this spot is on the Chinese immigrants who lived a hard life and were the main group that founded Singapore. Some of the main attractions are the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and the Eu Yan Sang Chinese Medical Hall.

 

There is also the Singapore Flyer, which is the world’s largest observation wheel. This brings many tourists to check this out. It is built over a three story terminal building and offers breathtaking panorama views. Passengers will get to see the city’s sights such as the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Marina Bay, and Empress Place.

 

A great family fun attraction would be the Universal Studios Singapore, which is the first of its kind to open in Southeast Asia. The park has more than 20 attractions and two of the rides are water themed and five are thrilling roller coasters, which are two of the world’s tallest dulling roller coasters.

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