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Singapore Tourist Attractions - Singapore is the second smallest country in Asian continent. The capital of Singapore is the city of Singapore itself.  Singapore continues to be referred to as the Lion city, though ironically there are no lions in Singapore. The population of Singapore is 5.78 million people, as per the estimates of Word-o-meters, 2017. Singapore receives high ranking marks for technology, healthcare, education and quality of life. Due to its multi-ethnic nature, Singapore recognizes four official languages: English, Malay, Mandarin and Tamil. Singapore has good public transport system that makes getting around pretty convenient and easy. Singapore has several exclusive shopping malls, fine dining and luxury hotels, much to the delight of tourists. The main top tourist attractions of Singapore are here under.

Singapore Tourist Attractions: 

  1. Marina Bay Sands:

Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort facing Marina Bay.Marina Bay Sands is a special sight that comprises three tall towers joined by an overhead world’s largest public cantilevered platform and is a cause of pleasure to visitors. Everyday florescent lasers are beamed across the water at 8.00 pm projected from the top of the iconic Marina Bay Sand Resort and Art Science Museum. The resort is a commercial and entertainment centre of luxury hotels, restaurants and endless collection of shops, Art Science Museum and other entertainment centers.

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

  1. Gardens By The Bay:

Gardens by the Bay are among the top most tourist attractions in Singapore. Gardens have been built on reclaimed land in central Singapore. It consists three gardens Bay central, Bay east and Bay south. Bay south is the largest garden, which shows tropical horticulture, tree structure up to 50 meters high. Bay central, a garden with a waterfront walk that connects the other two gardens. Bay east has gorgeous waterfront orchids.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

  1. Sentosa Island:

Sentosa Island is located south of Singapore city. Sentosa offers many attractions include the most expensive Resorts in the world, Tiger sky, Universal Studios, Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom and one of the largest collections of aquatic animals in the world.

Address: Sentosa, Singapore.

Singapore Tourist Attractions

  1. Night Safari:

Since Night Safari opened in 1984, it is another top most attraction in Singapore. Tourists can take a trail walk to learn more about animal habits. Here three restaurants are available with varied menus to cater to the needs of multi racial influx of visitors. Night Safari offers amusing entertainment in jungle life.

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

  1. Singapore Flyer:

The Singapore flyer is a giant Ferris wheel. Ferris wheel was opened in 2008; it held the record of being the highest Ferris wheel in the world, upto 31stMarch 2014 when High Roller was opened on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, United States. The Singapore Ferris wheel is located on Marina Bay and takes its customers to a maximum gasping height of 165 metres into the Singaporean sky. Flyer’s terminal has three floors of shops, restaurants and other services.

Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

  1. Orchard Road:

 Orchard Road is a great place for shopping, with high–end stores present at every turn.  Orchard road is flanked by malls, restaurants, cafes, night clubs, hotels and coffee chains. It is also the site of the official residence of the president of Singapore.

Address: Orchard Road, Singapore.

  1. Singapore Zoo:

Here visitors can watch large chimpanzee family, meerkats, zebras, mole rats, Komodo dragons, white tigers, Kangaroos and many other creatures. You can also engage in voluntary feeding for some of the animals. Allow atleast three hours to make your way around the zoo.

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

  1. Changi Chapel and Museum:

Museum displays photographs, letters, drawings and personal effects that are now testaments to the imprisonment for more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers. Changi Chapel and museum tells the story of those who suffered under Japanese occupation. Visitors can participate in a guided tour or an audio tour that features accounts of Changi prisoner’s wartime experiences.

Address: 1000 Upper Changi Rd N, Singapore 507707

Singapore Tourist Attractions

  1. Botanic Gardens:

Singapore received its first UNESCO world heritage nomination for the botanic gardens. Garden contains more than 60,000 species of plants and animals and Botanic gardens are home to the world’s first Children’s garden. Guests can enjoy beauty of the gardens via walking trail.

Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Singapore Tourist Attractions

Singapore Tourist Attractions

  1. Little India Street:

Singapore is a hub of diversity of ethnic traditions. The Indian community has a rich history in Singapore. Singapore name actually derives from Sanskrit word meaning lion city. Tourists can worship at many temples and the Sri Veeramakaliamman temple is busy with religious rituals in which interested devotee tourists can participate.

In the Arab quarter, tourists visit the historic sultan Mosque which was built in 1825. Non-Muslims are not permitted in the prayer hall. Here you also find many restaurants.

Address: Arab St, Singapore

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