10 Best Places To Visit In Singapore

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10 Best Places To Visit In Singapore

Singapore Attractions For Those Who Love the Natural World

When it comes to renowned tourist destinations, Singapore provides a wide variety of intriguing choices. The following is a list of 47 tourist attractions in Singapore that can calm a restless mind and a wandering soul.

Gardens By The Bay

Gardens By The Bay - Singapore

Singapore's Gardens by the Bay is a must-see location. It is a 101-hectare botanical garden and wildlife park. It is known for its over 4,000 plants, the amazing Supertree Groves, SkyWay, Flower Dome, and the mesmerising Garden Rhapsody light and sound performance.

18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Hours of operation : 5 a.m. - 2 a.m. for outdoor gardens; 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. for conservatories and the OCBC Skyway

Universal Studios

Universal Studios - Singapore

At Resorts World Sentosa, there is a unique theme park called Universal Studios Singapore. The park is set across 49 acres and is separated into seven fun zones, with 28 exhilarating rides, thrilling attractions, and magnificent shows.

Universal Studios Singapore promises to be an exhilarating vacation destination for the whole family, with thrilling roller coasters that zoom through reality-bending animations, live-action shows with well-known animated characters, dance parties every evening, kid-friendly carousels, lip-smacking delicacies, and mesmerising zone setups.

8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Hours of operation : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer - Singapore

Asia's largest enormous observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer, stands at a spectacular height of 165 metres. The enormous Ferris wheel in Marina Bay is situated on a three-story terminal structure and provides a breathtaking 360-degree panoramic view of the Lion City.

Dusk is the perfect time to witness the breathtaking view from the flyer since then you can see how famous landmarks like the Singapore River, Raffles Place, and Merlion Park are illuminated at night. The Singapore Flyer's 28 air-conditioned capsules the size of a city bus and built to accommodate 28 passengers on a 30-minute voyage through Singapore's skyline are its main draw.

The Singapore Flyer offers exclusive in-flight food packages and the first full-butler sky dining adventure in the world for a memorable dining experience. The cutting-edge XD Theatre on the flyer also holds the first 6-D motion ride in history. An interactive multimedia exhibit named "Journey of Dreams," an on-site augmented reality presentation, details the development of the Singapore Flyer.

30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803

Hours of operation : 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo - Singapore

The Upper Seletar Region contains a sizable area of 70 acres where the Singapore Zoo is located. It is well-known for hosting the biggest captive population of orangutans in the world. It was once known as the Singapore Zoological Garden or Mandai Zoo. The Rainforest Kidzworld, a technicolour children's play area, is another noteworthy feature.

11 zones make up the Singapore Zoo, which can house 315 species, 16 percent of which are endangered. The Great Rift Valley Exhibit, which features exotic animals like Nubian ibexes, black-backed jackals, and banded mongoose as well as cliffs and a waterfall, is one of Singapore Zoo's main draws. Other attractions include encounters with free-roaming butterflies, Malayan flying foxes, two-toed sloths, and a variety of other animals.

80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826

Hours of operation : 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium - Singapore

The South East Asia Aquarium, also known as the SEA Aquarium, is one of the largest aquariums in the world and is home to more than 800 kinds of aquatic wildlife. It is a vibrant part of Resorts Sentosa World. The Open Ocean Tank, the longest viewing panel in the world at 36 metres long and 8.3 metres high, is the main attraction of the SEA Aquarium. The enormous oceanic manta ray can only be found in this aquarium.

Over 100,000 sea species reside in the cutting-edge facility, which is divided into 10 zones and 49 habitats located between Southeast Asia, Australia, and Africa. The Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin, scalloped hammerhead shark, nurse shark, big moray eel, poison arrow frog, clownfish, sea nettle, giant Pacific octopus, and Japanese spider crab live in this fascinating underwater habitat. Here you can also find unusual species like the guitarfish and the chambered nautilus. An engaging, kid-friendly exhibit that covers the history of the maritime Silk Route is also housed within the SEA Aquarium complex.

8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Hours of operation : 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island - Singapore

Sentosa Island, a little resort island off the southern coast of Singapore, is home to theme parks, sun-kissed beaches, lush jungles, magnificent spas, and a few well-known resort hotels.

Sentosa Island is crammed with tourist attractions, including amusement parks, a stunning aquarium (Underwater World), beach clubs with vibrant music, an ethnic village, and the island's most prominent landmark, the enormous Merlion Statue.

Fort Siloso, the sole intact fort in Singapore, is situated on Sentosa Island. For those seeking solace at the beach with volleyball, there is Siloso Beach. The location is easily accessible via taxis, buses, cable cars, and even the SGD 4 Sentosa Express.

River Safari

River Safari - Singapore

The River Safari, which is part of the Wildlife Reserves Singapore, is Asia's first river-themed zoo and aquarium. The River Safari is home to about 6,000 animals from over 300 species, 40 of which are vulnerable. These amazing animals are housed in themed displays based on the world's rivers, from the Mississippi to the Amazon.

The unusual species of Singapore River Safari include the world's largest amphibian, the huge Chinese salamander, and the endangered Mekong catfish. This huge environment also has Southeast Asia's largest panda exhibit, with the main draw being a pair of Giant Pandas, a species with a global population of 1,600 and one of China's national treasures. The River Safari Singapore also has the largest freshwater aquarium in the world. Visitors can explore the River Safari on foot or take a River Safari cruise. The primary goal of Singapore River Safari is to raise awareness of the biodiversity that exists in these environments and to contribute to global efforts to conserve it. With this in mind, there are a variety of fascinating activities available, such as enrichment programmes , interdisciplinary trails, and workshops.

The River Safari is located right next to the famous Singapore Zoo at 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore, 729826.

Hours of operation : It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Little India

Little India - Singapore

Singapore is well-known as a glamorous and glam modern metropolis with sky-high buildings, cutting-edge architecture, and nature-friendly parks. Few people are aware of its lovely cultural side, which is vibrant and teeming with vitality. And guess what? That culture does not originate in Singapore! That's correct. You'll discover a small bit of India nestled away in Singapore's glossy streets, just as frivolous as the country itself.

There's a lot in these otherwise packed streets that will make you want to stay forever, from shops selling Indian goods to street-side vendors serving Indian food to Hindu temples and plenty of other things that speak "India."

Mini India is located on Serangoon Road and in the surrounding streets.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park - Singapore

Jurong Bird Park, located on Singapore's Jurong Hill, is Asia's largest bird park, hosting around 5000 birds of approximately 400 distinct kinds. The Waterfall Aviary, the world's largest walk-in aviary, is spread across 20.2 hectares.

Other major attractions at the bird park include the Lory Loft Forest Enclosure (feed the vibrant lories and lorikeets at the world's largest walk-in lory flight aviary), Penguin Coast (home to adorable penguins), Flamingo Lake (brimming with playful flamingos), and Pelican Cove (home to the world's most complete collection of pelicans).

The Kings of the Skies Show and the High Flyers Show are popular among children, despite the fact that many animal welfare organisations oppose them. The magnificent Jurong Bird Park also features Birdz of Play, a bird-themed waterpark. By 2020, this park will be relocated to Mandai.

2 Jurong Hill, Singapore, 628925

Hours of Operation : Daily from 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Wings Of Time

Wings Of Time - Singapore

The Wings of Time is the most well-known show in Singapore. It's the world's first and most magnificent permanent night performance, complete with an unmissable narration of a folktale told through art and technology mediums like laser lights, fountains, music, and 3D projection mapping. The show's theme is friendship and courage, and the entire show is so captivating that viewers of all ages and walks of life will become addicted to it! So, no matter where you are in the city, as soon as it hits at 7:35 PM or 9 PM, abandon everything and head straight to 50 Beach View to witness this spectacular occurrence that will live on in your memories forever.

50 Beach View, Sentosa Island, Singapore.

Hours of Operation : Daily from 7.40 p.m. to 8 p.m. Extra time on Saturday and Sunday: 8:40 p.m. to 9 p.m. 


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