Singapore has fast become one of the prime destinations for holiday makers and travellers over the past years, attracting millions of tourists who are drawn to the country’s unique allure. Located just off Malaysia, Asia, we take a look at just a handful of the incredible sights and sounds that this stunning city state has to offer.
For those not too afraid of heights who want to indulge the ultimate sight-seeing experience then a hop on the 541 foot tall observation wheel known as the Singapore Flyer cannot be overlooked. The Flyer contains 28 air-conditioned capsules, each boasting a capacity of up to 28 passengers, and it’s a great way to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the beautiful Singapore skyline with friends or lovers.
THE MARINA BAY SANDS RESORT
This luxurious Singaporean resort contains many amenities, entertainment hubs and even an art science museum. The world-renowned Marina Bay Sands hotel regularly hosts fantastic shows, restaurants, an observation deck and an infinity pool; perfect for a spot of relaxation during your stay. If you’re more of a night-owl then you’ll be pleased to discover that the resort also houses a three level casino that contains more than 2000 slot machines to play on as well as all the other traditional games. So you may want to hone your roulette strategy before you hit the tables!
Take a detour from the hustle and bustle of the city and head over to Sentosa Island for the ultimate family experience. From dolphin lagoons to numerous golden beaches- and so much in between- this fantastic destination is an absolute must-visit during your time in Singapore.
For those seeking to take a walk on the wild side then a day out to Singapore Zoo might be just what you need. The special rainforest zoo houses hundreds of species of animals including a white tiger and exotic Asian elephants. And if you don’t have enough time during the day to look around then thankfully they even have a special night safari.
SINGAPORE BOTANIC GARDENS
Singapore may not be synonymous with horticulture but you’ll struggle to find any place on the planet to rival the stunning naturally beauty held at Singapore Botanic Gardens. This 56-year-old tropical garden features a whole of host of popular attractions including the National Orchid Garden, a small tropical rainforest, a children’s garden and much more.