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Top Attractions in Singapore
Popularly known as the Lion City, Singapore is one of the most visited countries in Asia. A relatively small country compared to its neighbours with roughly 5 million population, Singapore is considered a bustling financial district. But what entices people to visit Singapore is its well-preserved historical places, gardens and plenty of tourist-friendly fun spots. From gardens to wax museums, Singapore is boasting in fun attractions. Here are a few of Singapore’s top attractions:
For the Nature Lover
Get rid of the misconception that Singapore is full only of skyscrapers and amazing architectural structures. Even with its financial hub status, Singapore is one of the greenest countries in the world. Reservoirs and wetlands such as Punggol Waterway offer a unique view of nature. Botanic gardens is also one of the biggest and most visited gardens in Singapore. It spans 183 acres and includes mini gardens, a swan lake and a wide array of plants species. Perhaps the most popular, Gardens by the Bay comes to mind at the slight mention of Singapore. This garden houses the famous Supertree Grove as well as the breath-taking view of the waters and peak at the Marina Bay Sands hotel.
For the Animal Lover
Take a walk on the wild side and visit the Singapore zoo. Located at Upper Seletar Reservoir, Singapore zoo offers a unique experience with exhibitions and different events that will surely acquaint the visitors to over 2800 animals.
For the Adventurous
No visit to the island would ever be complete without visiting Sentosa . Occupying almost 1.9 square miles, Sentosa houses the most popular and well-visited attractions in Singapore such as Resorts World, Universal studios, Madam Tussauds Wax Museum, three of Singapore’s nicest beach clubs and more. You’ll surely have the time of your life and what’s best is that some of the attractions are free.
For the Foodie
If Singapore is known for one thing, it is food. There are hawker food centres all over the places (even Michelin-starred ones) offering the most delicious food for the palette.
For the Shopaholic
Singapore is also a Shopaholic’s paradise. From the bargain-hunters mecca, Bugis Street to high-end luxury shopping at Orchard Road, shopping is the favourite pastime for locals. Shopping malls are all over the city that boasts famous international brands, outlet malls, flagship stores and more.
For the Culture Vulture
Singapore may be a young country but its history is still rich. From the remnants of the war to local lifestyle, Singapore’s culture is perfectly preserved by the government for the public and visitors from all over the world to see. Visit a museum or take a walk in one of the parks and you are sure to find a history somewhere, its culture embedded in every establishment.