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5 Best Places to visit in Singapore

5 Best Places to visit in Singapore: Singapore-often referred to as “The Garden City” is a small city-state in Southeast Asia located just a degree above the equator at the southern tip of peninsular Malaysia. Despite being a very small state, Singapore had a rapid economic growth after its independence in August 1965 and became the most advanced global commerce, finance, and transport hub.

There are eight airports in the country out of which‘Singapore Changi Airport’ which connects Singapore with hundreds of cities worldwide is ranked as the world’s best InternationalAirport.It also has the world’s busiest port which has contributed immensely to the growth of tourism in Singapore.The local transport connectivity in Singapore is so efficient that the visitors can very conveniently travel to various places without any hassle.

Singapore is the perfect destination for a vacation with numerous places to visit and hence narrowing down the few ones is a very complicated task. So, Here we have come up with recommendations on  5 best places to visit in Singapore.

Read on and book your India to Singapore tour package today to experience Singapore at its best:

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is the most opulent “integrated resort” in Singapore overlooking the Marina Bay. It has three 55 story hotel towers connected by1-hectare roof terrace and sands Skypark.The  Skypark has the world’s longest elevated and infinity edged swimming pool, rooftop celebrity chef restaurants, nightclubs, and an observatory deck to provide the breathtaking view across the Singaporean skyline.

There is a huge casino block in the resort and a lotus shaped ArtScience Museum with retractable roof providing a waterfall through the roof when closed in the day and laser shows when opening in the night.

It is a perfect shopping location for the tourists who love to shop with the world’s top most and exorbitant brands.

The grandeur of Marina Bay sands coupled with the glitz of light and water shows is a delight to one’s eyes as well as the soul.

Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer is the giant observation wheel with the height of 165 meters with 28 air conditioned capsules mounted on the rim of the structure to provide an unobstructed panoramic view to the visitors. Those 32 minutes ride on this giant wheel are a breathtaking experience which not only provides the 360-degree iconic view of the landmarks in Singapore but also the bird’s eye view of some of the islands in Malaysia and Indonesia. It’s simply impossible to hold back the instant urge to pick up your camera and take photos of the picturesque view around you.

Gardens By the Bay

Garden by the Bay is the perfect retreat for those visitors who like to relish the soothing caress of fresh air amidst the greenery away from the hustle bustle of the city.

It has three large water-front gardens to enhance the greenery and flora in the city and two cooled conservatories –The Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.

The Cloud Forest features a very intricate structure known as ‘Cloud Mountain which can be accessed by an elevator and can be descended via a circular path where a 115 ft waterfall provides the visitors with cool soothing air.

While at this garden, one should definitely not miss the miraculous‘Supertree Groves’whicharetree like structures fitted to imitate the real ecological functions of trees.The aerial view of these structures from the walkways built on those 50m high Supertree Groves along with the delicious food and drinks served from the outlets on those walkways is really amazing.The light and music in the night put life into these structures.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa is a popular Island resort in Singapore hit by millions of tourists every year.This property includes hotels, restaurants, a casino, a theme park and a sea beach making it a delightfully fun place for visitors of all age. It offers the assorted activities to every visitor- for the ones who would just like to relax and enjoy the moment of tranquility can head towards the sea beach whereas the more adventurous ones can hit up ‘iFlySingapore’which is the world’s largest themed vertical wind tunnel. Visitors looking forward to family amusements can head to Universal Studio, AdventureCove water park, S.E.A Aquarium or Madam Tussauds.

When in Sentosa, one should not miss visiting “Sentosa Merlion” which is a gigantic 37-meter tall mythical creature with the lion’s head and the body of a fish.It is widely used as the mascot and national personification of Singapore.Clarke’s Quay

Once the commercial center of Singapore, Clarke’s Quay today is the hub of Singaporean night clubs. After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, the exhausted visitors can enjoy the dazzling nightlife in the floating restaurants and pubs at Clarke’s Quay.

Singapore is a very enchanting country with a vibrant culture. With the combination of Asian and European, it is said to be the country where “East meets West”. Not only can one stroll around the China town and indulge in authentic Chinese food but also visit places like “Little India and Arab Street “ and satiate oneself with the rich traditions, heavenly food, and music.It is one of the cleanliest and most vivacious countries in the world which one should not miss visiting at least once in their lifetime.

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