Singapore City is considered to be one among the most beautiful and cleanestcities in the World. It is also considered as an example of a perfect city and is one of the finest tourist places visited.
Here, we have a look at some of the top attractions of Singapore City.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
A sacred temple to the Buddhists, it is one of the most important landmarks in the city where the monument is centrally located. The temple is famous for having a Buddha Relic and also contains information about the art and culture of Singapore Buddhists.
How does it feel to discover a mini India in the heart of the most beautiful city in the world? Little India gives visitors everything they want to see desi.It is located to the east of the Singapore River.From traditional silk saris, delicious food to a range of temples. Little India will make you feel that you are back in India.
Singapore Night Safari
Singapore Night Safari is Asia’s leading conservation and research centre. It is unique in its own way. It is famous for a variety of nocturnal animals. From the Himalayan griffon vulture to the one-horned rhinoceros, there are plenty of animals which one can see and enjoy after the sun is set.
When the Universal studios opened in Singapore, it was the first of its kind in South East Asia. It has various attractions which are based on the themes from some of the most famous movies produced by Universal Productions such as Lost World, Madagascar, Far Far Away, etc. There are water- themed parks and roller coaster rides as well which both adults and children can enjoy.
As a tourist, one would fancy staying in one of the oldest hotels in the country. Dating back to almost 1857, it is famous to have catered to guests like Queen Elizabeth II, Michael Jackson, Rudyard Kipling, Somerset Maugham, Earnest Hemingway, etc. The hotel has 103 suites and 18 restaurants along with over 40 boutiques and stores.
Garden by the Bay
One of the latest additions to the attractions in Singapore, this place consists of three gardens. Bay Central, which connects to the other two gardens and has a waterfront walk. There is Bay East and then Bay South which is the largest of the three gardens and shows tropical landscapes with some of the plantations going up to a height of 50 metres.
Marine Bay Sands
Marine Bay Sand was at one point of time the World’s most expensive building. The place is an absolute delight. It has aplethora of hotels, restaurants and shopping centres. The building also boasts of having the world’s largest convention centre, a theatre, Art Science Museum, and many entertainment centres. An indoor skating rink is one place which shouldnot be missed.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
The visit to most of the gardens is free except to the National Orchid Garden which is the most visited garden. They have various kinds of plants and animals and there is even a garden meant for the children.