Famous as one of the world’s leading economic centres in shipping and banking, Singapore as a place is a fun city. From incredible Tropical Park to delicious Chinese and Indian food, amazing shopping experience to fun theme parks, beautiful beaches to a world class zoo, there’s a lot to do here.
A perfect mix of culture and heritage, Singapore boasts of a happening nightlife or the astounding natural beauty, Singapore has something to offer for every kind of traveler.
Best time to visit Singapore
July-September: Singapore is visited throughout the year. July being the festive season is a great time to explore Singapore, especially when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival are held.
Feb-April: This time around the year is the end of summer and onset of winter, making it a pleasant time to visit. It is the best time to indulge in outdoor activities.
Must visit places in Singapore
Universal Studios is a must-visit in Singapore especially if you’re travelling with kids. A fantasy world where you can spend a fun-filled day with your family and friends. Hop on the roller coaster rides, satiate on a delicious dinner and do much more!
One of top attraction of Singapore, this zoo is one of the best in the world. Spread across 70 acres, this place has a vast array of animals: over 3,600 mammals, birds, and reptiles.
Thian Hock Keng Temple:
One of the most stunning architecture makes Thian Hock Keng is a photogenic building of Singapore. Built in 1840, it was designated as a national monument in 1973.
Marina Bay Sands:
Connected by a sky terrace, the beautiful Sands SkyPark Marina Bay Sands is an integrated hotel resort. Plunge in the SkyPark pool is the world’s longest elevated swimming pool with a vanishing edge. You can explore Marina Bay Sands, if shopping is your thing.
Fun activities to do at Singapore
Hang with the Merlions:
See statues imaginary creatures dotted about Singapore. See ‘The Merlion’, Singapore’s mascot has the head of a lion and the body of a fish. It is pretty cool to see the original statute in Merlion Park which stands 37-meter tall, a replica on Sentosa.
Shopping at Chinatown:
A two-square kilometer Chinatown has a traditional Chinese life. Nestled beside the modern Central Business District, Chinatown is soaked in the real sense of Chinese culture within Singapore. Filled with temples, craft shops, stalls, and restaurants, the street is a great place to pick up a bargain.
Visit to Singapore Botanic Gardens:
Close to the city, The Botanic Gardens consist of 52 hectares of gardens and forest. The National Orchid Garden, homes over 1,000 species of orchids.