1 Garden by the Bay
Undoubtedly, the place receives much acclaim and is a must see attraction on every traveler list. The gardens of the bay will take you to an imaginative place and it is a tourist destination for all the good reasons. Marina Bay has an amazing supertree grove and is the most spectacular at night. It gives the impression of being in an imaginative place with all kinds of attractions to see such as the dome of flowers and the cloud forest which gives the viewer the eye-captivating view. The Garden is divided into three parts by the Bay Complex - Central, East and South. Thankfully, this includes a walk where you can stop for coffee or a meal when the tour is tiring.
2. Little India and Arab Street
Arabian Street and Little India are popular tourist destinations and they make it a unique experience of their own. You will feel like a small place away from the modern city, a cozy café and a place adorned with historical mosques such as heaven. To be specific, Arab Street has centuries-old structures, shopping stalls, and authentic Arabian cuisine, which it offers is heavenly. Little India, on the other hand, was actually an Indian community in Singapore during the colonial period. Like the Arabian Streets which have many stalls and mosques, Little India has many excellent shopping options as well; Eateries offering Indian cuisine; And temples like Sri Veeramkalyaman temple, which is the most famous Hindu temple to see here.
3. Singapore Flyer
The best way to see Singapore is from above. Think about it, you get a panoramic view of the whole city. Perhaps plan where to stop, even better, concentrate in the moment and watch the sun go down (if you travel while the sun sets). The Singapore Flyer is basically an observation wheel that rises 165 meters and is the largest giant wheel in Asia. In the flyer, you can get information about the technology behind the wheel and also about the history and development of Singapore. This ride can brighten your knowledge and thus, it is the best attraction for children. Be sure to visit this place during your city tour, which is for the F1 track, Garden by the Bay, breathtaking views and parts of Malaysia as well as a breathtaking view of Indonesia for your city tour.
4. Universal Studios
Universal Studios Singapore is located in the ever thrilling destination in Sentosa Island. It is, undoubtedly, one of the best places for a family. Universal Studios is definitely the place to visit, where you can have fun all day long. Completely filled with entertainment, excitement and enthusiasm, here you can find many restaurants, cafes and shopping areas to gallop delicious food. You can also go on a 'Walk of Fame' and make a flashy pose with Hollywood celebrities. That's not all, if thrill is what you're looking for, the thrill is what you'll find in Battlestar Galactica, an adrenaline-pumping roller coaster. Universal Studios has many other places and things that will give you all-day time such as Sci Fi City, Ancient Egypt region, Lost World of Dinosaurs and many more fun features.
5. Botanical Garden
Botanical gardens are worth visiting in Singapore. The charm and tasteful greens of this place will make you feel refreshed. Being Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park is a treasure house of rare and endemic species of exotic flora. This famous tourist attraction receives many nature lovers and inside the park you can find the star attraction and Singapore's national flower - Orchid. The Botanical Garden also has many lakes filled with ducks and swans. It is an ideal place to bask in the beauty of Mother Nature and relax amidst a relaxing atmosphere, listening to music created by birds, wind, trees and swans. This park is definitely a major crowd puller in Singapore to escape from the dying city.
China Town is always full of excitement amidst the Udham Bazaar. If you are not going to China Town during your vacation in Singapore then it is an unfinished tour. This busy destination is known for its authentic Chinese food, bright red lanterns and vibrant shops and souvenirs and traditional Chinese products selling to every corner. The place also houses the impressive Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Both of these are the major attractions of China Market and to top it off, you cannot miss a visit to Thian Haw Keng, one of the most colorful Chinese temples. Built in 1820, this temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore.