Singapore is an charming island city-state in South-east Asia. This thriving global financial center is a real cultural cosmopolitan, perfectly combined different cultures from all of the world. We lived in Singapore for almost two years, this familiar name carried a lots of fantastic memories, in our impression Singapore is very clean, developed, civilized and safe place. This beautiful tropical garden is filled with impressive attractions, exciting activities.
What to do:
Marina Bay Sands Skypark offers breathtaking views across the iconic Singapore skyline.
Gardens by the Bay Unquestionably, this imaginative place is a Must see attraction, but when we were there, it’s still under construction.
Clarke Quay is the nightlife destination in Singapore, and it was also the location of our home, the fascinating riverside, just 5 minutes walk from the center of Clarke Quay, we used to enjoy the wonderful views of Clarke Quay from our balcony. Rooftop bars, discos and restaurants and loud pubs everywhere. You will fall in love with the cheerful streets, colorful neon lights, delicious foods and the people with all kinds of skin color just as we did.
Sentosa Island is located in the southern coast of Singapore, connected with the city by road, cable car, pedestrian boardwalk and monorail. There are so many exciting things to do:
- S.E.A Aquarium is within Resorts World Sentosa, home to more than 100,000 underwater animals of over 1,000 species.
- Universal Studios is completely loaded with amusement and excitement. Undoubtedly, ideal places to visit for family.
- Siloso Beach
- Sentosa Merlion
- Avventure Cove Waterpark
- Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom
Check more details at official Website https://www.sentosa.com.sg/
Singapore Botanic Gardens is Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a perfect place to stroll and relax amidst in the beauty of Nature. The Gardens possess an array of botanical and horticultural attractions. Check more details at official Website https://www.sbg.org.sg/
The China Town is famous for its authentic Chinese food, red lanterns and vibrant shops selling souvenirs and traditional Chinese products. Sri Mariamman Hindu temple, Buddha Tooth Relic temple and Thian Hock Keng are beautiful.
Singapore Zoo houses more than 300 species beautiful and endangered animals, where you can visit during the day or night. The Night Safari is very interesting, fire shows and train to observe the active animals in the evening.
Check more details at official Website http://www.zoo.com.sg/
Orchard Road is premier shopping street, heaven for the shopping lovers. You will find this place heavily packed with flashy shopping malls, luxury hotels, cinemas…
Arab Street , there are many small shops, cozy cafes , historical Mosques, age-old structures, shopping stalls, and authentic Arabian cuisine.
The Little India, except stalls and Mosques, Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is worthy to see.
Jurong Bird park is the world’s largest, if you like birds, is the place you must go. Check more details at official Website http://www.birdpark.com.sg/
Pulau Ubin is an island northeast of mainland Singapore. It has lush greenery and abundant wildlife. Hiking, biking or kayaking around the island to relax yourself among the nature.
Best time to go:
February, March and April the weather are agreeable.
May and June are hottest months.
November, December and January are raining season, outdoor activities is limited.