This tiny island state,Singapore, is a buzzing cosmopolitan city in South East Asia. The "Lion City" as its name in Malay interprets, boasts of an abundance of world-class attractions for children and adults alike and the wide variety of restaurants and nightlife options cater to everyone's budget. Singapore is rich in Cultural Diversity.Marvel at the charms of historic Chinatown, get a taste of Indian curry at Little India and end the night at the bustling Clarke Quay overlooking the Singapore river or sip a cocktail,"The Singapore Sling "or two at the iconic Marina Bay Sands or try your luck at the casino. The pulsating city has plenty of choices to satisfy your shopping needs from high end to bargains. Singapore's impeccably clean streets reflect some of the strictest littering laws and best public services in the world and a note of caution, various forms of littering are still finable offences.
Wake up to this ever-expanding city bursting with an abundance of things to see and do. Start with The Merlion, Singapore's iconic statue attracting over a million visitors a year. Situated at the waterfront at Marina bay with incredible views and as beautiful by day as by night. Next stop is Gardens by the Bay, another attraction, spectacular by day or night. The famous Supertree structures offer an impressive skywalk over the gardens, the cable car, trails and horticulture from all over the world makes it an amazing experience for all. Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort notable for transforming Singapore’s city skyline. Visit at sunset, the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark ,a large wooden decked area on top of iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel at the edge of the city’s harbour offers a 360-degree panorama, with nothing but a sheet of glass and a few wires between you and the view.Another prominent landmark at the Marina Bay Sands is the ArtScience Museum with a façade that resembles an open lotus flower. As you end the day, indulge in an international array of cuisines available and enjoy the breathtaking laser shows at both the Marina Bay as well as the Gardens by the Bay. Finally should you want to continue enjoying the night, head to the mega lavish Marina Bay Sands Casino, Southeast Asia’s next top entertainment destination or step into one of the 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules, and be transported on a 30-minute journey of stunning day and night scenes in the Singapore Flyer, Asia's largest giant observation wheel.
Universal Studios Singapore has seven themed sections with countless rides and shows, all related to major hit movies.Although of course appealing more to the kids, the sheer size and variety of the park means that there is something here for everybody.A highly recommended stay at Resorts World, Sentosa for a day or two gives you the time and opportunity to enjoy the endless fun and entertainment from sunrise to sunset at the Parks or the beach and have the convenience of your hotel room should you need a break.
Experience interactive feeding sessions, watch unique bird shows and visit the largest walk-in lory flight aviary in the world. All this and more at Jurong Bird Park. Marvel at the tallest manmade waterfall Jurong Falls and take in the panoramic view of penguins at Penguin coast. Take time for a visit to the Singapore zoo, see distinctive global wildlife habitats, from the rocky terrain and canyon of the Great Rift Valley in Ethiopia, to the savanna grasslands of Wild Africa. Hand feed giraffes, elephants, and kangaroos before you chill out with a polar bear at the Frozen Tundra. The highlight for the kids is enjoying breakfast alongside orang-utans at the Jungle Breakfast with the Wildlife programme at Ah Meng Restaurant. Finally at sunset, enjoy the the Night Safari, it is the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals. But it resembles a wildlife park more than an actual safari. Enjoy the many food stalls to satisfy your hunger pangs or even Dine on the award-winning Gourmet Safari Express onboard a moving tram, indulging in a five-course candlelit meal complete with mocktails and a little mingling with the park’s animal stars.
Enjoy the sands at the Sentosa beach relaxing with a good book or splashing around the shallow waters. Take your pick from the 3 beaches , Palawan , Tanjong or Siloso. The other attractions include Sentosa Skyline luge and Skyride , Port of the Lost Wonder and Tiger Tower and the S.E.A. Aquarium. Don't miss the audio visual extravaganza, The Crane Dance at night and there's also fun for the adults with two 18 hole golf courses as well as a casino.
Singapore is a kaleidoscope of cultures. Beginning with China Town to Little India to the neighbourhoods of ethnically diverse Bugis and Kampong Glam to Haji lane. Its only here you will find temples belonging to three different faiths situated not far away from each other. Here you will also find any bargain you are looking for, from knick knacks , antiques to jewellery. To know more about the history of Singapore, visit the National Museum or discover Peranakan Culture. Then finally for some High End Retail Therapy , visit Orchard Street for every brand you dream of shopping for. Finally a not be missed location , Clarke Quay, vibrant, bustling with activity and an amazing ambience overlooking the river. A promenade of every cuisine you wish to indulge in and an evening you are bound to end with more than just a smile or if a more serene relaxing time is your choice, take the river cruise to enjoy Singapore shinning by night.