Singapore is an island city-state situated off Malaysia’s southern coast, also called the City of the Lions. One of the city’s most interesting aspects is its fusion of different Asian cultures and ethnicity. You will find aspects of many different Asian nations in Singapore from Chinatown to Little India. The island may be compact but there are plenty of amazing things to do, see and eat while you’re there. Singapore is one of the world’s most expensive and prosperous countries, so even if you’re travelling on a budget, there’s plenty to do and see here, that won’t break your bank. If you are looking for a Singapore tour package from Bangalore choose Skyway tour as your travel partner and experience the world class luxury arrangements.
Best places to visit in Singapore
1) Marina Bay Sands
The opulent resort complex at Marina Bay Sands features a high-end luxury hotel, a mall with a river flowing through it, the Art Science Museum, and the Skypark Observation Deck at Marina Bay Sands — a vantage point for taking in the entire city.
The groundbreaking double helix bridge, the harbour, the Bay Gardens and the spectacular skyline can be seen from the Skypark.
2) Universal Studio
Resorts World Sentosa covers 49 acres of Universal Studios Singapore. The park is thematically designed, with each area paying tribute to a place, movie, or TV show. Destinations include a trip back to Ancient Egypt, New York City, Hollywood, Madagascar. The areas of fiction include Shrek’s Far Far Away, Lost World and Sci-Fi City, where the thrill rides are dominated by Battlestar Galactica-themed duelling roller coasters and an indoor dark coaster, Revenge of the Mummy.
3) Clark Quay
During the 19th century, the “centre of trade,” Clarke Quay lives up to her reputation as a busy hub. Today, it has a more polished shine, so visitors can happily head to Clarke Quay for a waterfront dining and entertainment evening after a long day shopping on Orchard Road. River taxis and cruises also depart from here, giving visitors the opportunity to admire some of the city’s historic bridges and look out from the water at landmarks like the Merlion. The Quay’s biggest hit with younger tourists is a giant bungee-jumping attraction, a thrill ride filled with adrenaline.
4) Jurong Bird Park
Travel into Asia’s largest bird paradise and feast your senses through 400 species on more than 3,500 colourful birds. Over 20.2 Hectares of naturalistic landscapes and giant walk-in aviaries, enjoy intimate encounters with feathered inhabitants during regular feeding sessions and get tickled in thrilling bird displays by their show-stop antics. Experience a sumptuous Asian lunch buffet in the company of talented parrots and get wild and wet at the children’s playground with a bird theme.