5 Top Attractions in Singapore

Are you planning a holiday in Singapore?

Well, you are sure going to get overwhelmed with choices of exciting attractions. There are plenty of day trips for all age groups and exciting activities. It is hard to ignore the iconic Singapore skyline with breathtaking views.

Singapore, well known as a playground for the rich but there is a lot more beneath the sheen of wealth. There are diverse ethnic spots with a vibrant history and lovely public spaces in this slightly futuristic city.

Going on a Singapore tour can be very interesting with a local guide. This is the right way to explore the best attraction in the city. Getting around the city is most convenient, thanks to the excellent public transportation here.

5 Top Attractions in Singapore

1. Universal Studios Singapore

The first amusement park in Southeast Asia boasts of more than 20 attractions and plenty of rides. You can enjoy exploring the New York, Hollywood, Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Madagascar and Far Far Away.

Enjoy those thrilling roller coasters and water-themed rides. It is indeed an excellent place for families with children. Explore those themed sections with so many different shows and rides going on.

When you stroll down Hollywood Boulevard, it would feel as if you are actually in the US. This is your chance to get snapped with Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chaplin.

The picture from my first visit to Singapore. Of course, USS was the first thing in mind when I was planning the trip!

2. Marina Bay

Another spectacular spot is the Marina Bay Sands complex, which is the focal point of the bay.

There is so much to do and see within the building apart from admiring its unique architecture. You can enjoy countless shopping venues and dining options.

Explore the Casinos and Science Museum as well as catch the stunning light show that lights up the whole water as well as other icon landmarks nearby. Marina Bay boasts of both expensive and affordable options when it comes to food and lodging.

3. Chinatown

Chinatown is another Singapore icon where you can enjoy authentic Chinese food and goods.

Here, you will come across countless hawker food vendors who sell a vast variety of fresh food. Chinese immigrants are the main focus of the Chinatown Heritage Centre on Pagoda Street, and they are eager to tell you about the history of the Chinatown.

Other highlights of Chinatown include Buddha Tooth Temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple, and Maxwell Road Food Centre. Chinatown is a haven for street food lovers, and one finds a good mix of heritage shops as well as luxury boutiques here.

4. Singapore Flyer

This is the biggest observation wheel in the world and is made over a three-story terminal building. It is 150 meters in diameter; the wheel travels at a speed of 0.21m per second.

One must sit on the Singapore Flyer that offers one-of-a-kind experience and breathtaking views of the city both at night and day. Passengers can locate important city spots such as the Raffles Place, Singapore River, Padang, Empress Place and more.

The best time to ride the Flyer is around the dusk time.

Marina Bay Sands at night.

5. Sentosa Island

The island is built on the southern tip of Singapore and emend for fun and relaxation. The strip of the island boasts of a collection of beaches, shopping, golf, and dining venues.

There are many significant attractions here, and Universal Studios Singapore is one of them. Apart from Universal Studios, you can explore Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, Tiger Sky Tower and SEA Aquarium.

Sentosa Island continues to draw millions of visitors from all over the world. You can also take the cable car ride from Vivo City to Sentosa for some astounding panoramic views. This is the perfect place to escape the city and enter a world of entertainment and fun.


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