Singapore is a relatively small island nation that is unique in that it is governed as a single city. The ...
Singapore is a relatively small island nation that is unique in that it is governed as a single city. The country is known for its economic prosperity and cleanliness, and is one of the most visited destinations in the world. Singapore provides a gamut of attractions that will keep you enthralled and not wanting to leave. Singapore is famous for packing several hundred tourist attractions into one small city state. It has more than 100 different museums – large and small – and a whole host of other attractions, including amusement parks such as Universal Studios Singapore, wildlife parks such as Jurong Bird Park, and zoos such as the 64-acre Singapore Zoo, which is set amid a rainforest setting. Just taking a city tour is also highly recommended, as the ultra-modern architecture juxtaposed with remnants of the past will leave you mesmerised. Singapore’s multiculturalism is one of the traits that the country takes great pride in, and this is no more observed than in the country’s wide-ranging cuisines. Chinese, Indian, or any other type of food is easily found at all price ranges from street food vendors to fine dining restaurants. Cultural events and festivals are also aplenty in this tiny nation, so make your bookings according to these to experience the best of what Singapore has to offer.
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Singapore Botanic Gardens
Whether you’re a nature lover or not, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a landmark that everybody should visit during their...
Eat Around The City
Singapore is a foodie’s paradise, with gourmet delights around every humble street corner – whether you want to sample exotic...
From culinary adventures to cultural attractions, there’s something for everybody to explore in Singapore. Orchard Road is the place to...
If ever there were an Instagram-worthy street, Kampong Glam is it. Bursting with colour, this vibrant neighbourhood district is known...
If you like to lap up the luxury while you’re away (who doesn’t?), then Marina Bay Sands is the place...
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Singapore Botanic Gardens
Whether you’re a nature lover or not, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a landmark that everybody should visit during their travels. Situated in the heart of the city, this living monument was established back in 1859 and is crowned as the country’s first UNESCO Heritage Site, beautifully transforming 60 acres of land into a recreational piece of art. The Gardens are crafted into main areas called cores. Enter through the Tangling Core and you’ll discover the park’s heritage, with much of the area’s history and charm retained. The Tyersall-Gallop core is nestled within the park’s existing rainforest and the Bukit Bukit Timah core is bursting with entertainment for little explorers, including treehouses and a farm. The Central Core is the main hub of activity, with over 1,000 species of orchids on display.
Eat Around The City
Singapore is a foodie’s paradise, with gourmet delights around every humble street corner – whether you want to sample exotic street food or sophisticated Michelin-starred fare. As a multicultural country, it’s no surprise that there are over 30 different cooking styles here, including Chinese, English, American, French, Indian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay and more. The Hawker Centre is a host of food stalls serving up a variety of authentic local dishes sure to tingle your taste buds, from Lao Sim shredded chicken dumplings, to spicy noodle soup, pork rib “tea” and beyond. Or if you prefer not to grab and go, restaurants and diners such as Artichoke, Allium and Avenue 87 are great options. Splashing out? Michelin-star CUT by Wolfgang Puck located in Marina Bay Sands is a must.
From culinary adventures to cultural attractions, there’s something for everybody to explore in Singapore. Orchard Road is the place to go if shopping is on your agenda, this bustling boulevard is a retail and dining hub, peppered with upscale department stores, designer boutiques, a whisky museum, art galleries and a host of world-class dining experiences. If futuristic is your thing, The Gardens by the Bay urban nature park is a real spectacle, most famous for its other-worldly Supertree Grove, exotic Flower Dome and artistic Floral Fantasy space. Fancy a drink? Raffles Hotel is a graceful colonial-style hotel (and landmark in its own right) popular for crafting the famous Singapore Sling cocktail in its Long Bar back in 1915 – plus, the hotel’s tradition to brush peanut shells on the floor draws locals and tourists alike to it’s shiny bar counter. Artistic types should make time to visit Haw Par Villa, a 3.2-hectare outdoor art park featuring over 1,000 weird and wonderful sculptures as a lesson on Chinese morals and culture – it really is one of a kind.
If ever there were an Instagram-worthy street, Kampong Glam is it. Bursting with colour, this vibrant neighbourhood district is known as Singapore’s Muslim Quarter and boasts a treasure trove full of culture, history, art, religion – the list goes on. Saunter through this bustling hub and you’ll find opulent mosques, carpet shops, boutiques, upbeat bars and exotic Middle Eastern cuisine – plus, the nightlife offers a packed calendar of live music, with bubbly jazz and cocktail bars to unwind in.
If you like to lap up the luxury while you’re away (who doesn’t?), then Marina Bay Sands is the place to see and be seen. If you have cash to splash, this ultra-modern entertainment resort fronting Marina Bay in the Downtown area of Singapore is thriving with attractions, from Michelin-starred restaurants to chic shopping malls, sampan rides across the canal and more. Admire the visual spectacle that is the Spectra Light and Water Show, which beautifully tells the Singapore story; visit the ArtScience Museum; or admire 360° views of the Gardens by the Bay and stunning Supertree Grove from the SkyPark Observation Deck – located 57 storeys up atop the world-famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel.