Singapore is a tourists’ paradise apart from being one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Merging eastern and western cultures, it offers an array of excellent museums, beautiful parks and gardens, shopping centers and restaurants. The ‘lion city’ dazzles with its variety of attractions and will leave visitors wishing to come back for more.
To explore the history and culture of Singapore there are many museums, heritage centers and galleries like the Battle Box, National Museum, Art Museum, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Abdul Gafoor Mosque, Chanqi Gaol, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Grassroots Heritage Centre, City Gallery, Fort Siloso and Reflections at Bukit Chandu.
Enjoy the natural beauty in its splendid elements at numerous parks and gardens. The most popular being Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, Jurong Bird Park and the National Zoo, previously known as the zoological gardens. Other attractions include the distinguished Night Safari, which is the world’s first park built specially to be seen at night; The Underwater World in Singapore is one of its kinds Oceanarium where you get to see sea horses, sea dragons, jellyfish and dugong. It also has the Turtle Pool, Touch Pool and the Living Reef for the visitors to explore.
For thrill and excitement go to the ‘Escape Theme Park’ Singapore’s biggest outdoor theme park where you can scream your heart out. But if you are looking for more fun, then you can party all night at Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore’s premier clubbing zone.
Singapore is one of the biggest shopping destinations of the world with many shopping centers like the Causeway Point where you get everything under one roof. Centrepoint is another popular destination apart from Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, Marina Square, Compass Point, Far East Plaza and the Linking city mall which is Singapore’s first underground shopping mall.
If you get tired after all this shopping and sightseeing, take a massage at one of Asia’s biggest outdoor spas, the Spa Botanica or relax on one of the best beaches at the wonderful island of Sentosa, where you can even swim with pink dolphins.
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