Turning Singaporean—Must-See Singapore Attractions

Gardens by the BayAre you a Singapore first-timer? There is a myriad of things to see and do in this multicultural island country that it can be overwhelming for tourists. To help you out in navigating the island, here are some suggestions.

Sentosa Island

One of Singapore’s must-see attractions, store.sentosa.com.sg explains that Sentosa Island is the place to go for the ultimate island getaway. It features three beaches, a wide variety of outdoor activities for the whole family, restaurants, bars, cafes, world-class spas, nature-tripping, golf, and of course, the Resorts World complex.

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

The boat shaped SkyPark is a popular landmark located on top of three towers at the Marina Bay Sands Resort and Casino. Its most remarkable feature is the 150-metre infinity pool that offers magnificent 360 degree views of Singapore. The Skypark also has spas, bars, restaurants, and gardens.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a gargantuan futuristic park that features the renowned Supertree Grove that includes a skywalk, shell shaped greenhouses and a cornucopia of plants and trees. It also features a lake system, event venues, various activities, and dining options with spectacular views.

The Singapore Flyer

Known as the world’s biggest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer is even taller than the London Eye and offers breathtaking views of the Singapore River, Marina Bay, Empress Place, Raffles, and Padang.

Singapore Night Safari

A leader in animal research and conservation in all of Asia, the Singapore Night Safari provides a peek of nocturnal animals. It includes over 1,000 animals and more than 50 exhibits.

Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam

You can head to Little India for a taste of Indian culture, Chinatown to experience Chinese culture, and Kampong Glam for Malay culture. These three distinct and lively areas in Singapore are home to authentic handicrafts, artwork, textiles, antique, music, souvenirs, and of course, food.

Other must-see attractions include the Merlion, Clarke Quay, Raffles, the Singapore River, Universal Studios, and Orchard Road among many, many others.

Choosing where to go and what to see in Singapore is no easy feat. To get the most out of your stay in Singapore, you can consider looking for reputable travel agencies that offer the right Singapore attractions package that can be tailor-made for your specific needs.

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