It’s not easy to choose things we should do as a priority when we travel to Singapore. This city is a colorful land full of contrasts: from Little India to Chinatown, from a purpose-built island to the world’s largest observation wheel.
There are many things to be seen in this Asian paradise, but here’s the list of our favorite attractions you have to visit when you travel to Singapore!
Restaurants, boutique shops, and bustling bars are just many of the places we can find in this beautiful riverside development, which takes full advantage of the picturesque body of water that emerges from the city’s main river. The jelly-like roofs are just as iconic as colorful.
Universal Studios Singapore
This is the first park of its kind to exists in Southeast Asian and has more than 20 attractions in themed zones. These zones include Madagascar and Far Far Away, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, and many others. This park also has two of the world’s tallest ‘dueling’ roller coasters. You surely don’t want to miss those!
Marina Bay is one of the places in Singapore with the most spectacular views and interesting things to do. Emblemaly light shows, casino, science museum, and multiple places for shopping, dining and nightlife options, Marina Bay has everything to make you feel comfortable!
The epicenter of shopping in Singapore. We could spend a whole day trawling the main thoroughfare. Shopping malls along Orchard are stocked with practically everything under the sun. In this iconic street, you can find tiny boutiques, spas, beauty salons, hotels, cafes, entertainment spots, restaurants, and offices. Be careful to not get lost in there.
This is a purpose-built island located in the southern tip of Singapore. There are plenty of things to do on this little island. Getting around beaches, playing golf, dining, and shopping (as you may expect). Like other attractions, this one has beautiful views on it. Don’t lose your chance to go there!
As we said from the beginning, Singapore has the world’s largest observation wheel. With 150 meters in diameter and 165 meters high, this wheel travels at 0.21m per second. The hard part of this experience is to decide when to get a ride due to the breathtaking panorama views contrast during day and night.
Can you tell any other tourist attraction of this wonderful city? Leave your comment below and share your thoughts.
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