Best Places to visit in Singapore

Singapore is an island composed of the 62 islets and sprawling reclaimed lands. This city-state located in Southeast Asia. Singapore is one of the most popular destinations among tourists. It is considered to be the 5th most visited city in the rankings by the World Tourism Organization. It is a small country about 31 miles wide and 17 miles long. It has outstanding surrounding neighborhoods places to visit in Singapore like Sentosa Island, Little India, Buggies, Chinatown, Marina Bay, Universal Studios, Sea Aquarium, Marina Bay Sands Skypark and others. If you love the nightlife, you’ll definitely fall in love with this city-state.

Night Safari

Night Safari at Singapore

Get up to explore close and personal to wild animals at Night Safari. Next door to Singapore Zoo and amazing trip to Singapore’s northern reaches. The wildlife park is only open in the evening’s timings at 7:30 pm-midnights. It will be a wonderful experience bridge of the fragrant nighttime jungle and exploring the 120 species of nocturnal creatures close up to tigers and fishing cats. Along the way, you may also spot some of the antelopes that roam freely outside the other animal chambers. These 20-minute Creatures of the Night show almost held 3-4 times nightly and enjoyed by kids. The most highlights of the Night Safari is a stroll through the fruit bat enclosure, where you may find yourself face to face with a giant fruit bat, hanging upside down inches from your face and tucking into a chunk of fruit. Important Note: No flash photography is allowed in the park.

Universal Studios

Universal Studio

The Singapore branch is the super-popular Hollywood movie theme park. It is divided into seven ‘worlds’, this theme park is the star attraction of Resorts World on Sentosa Island. Tourists mostly attraction such as Puss In Boots’ Giant Journey in Far Far Away, Dino-Soarin’ in The Lost World and the all-singing, all-dancing Sesame Street Show in Hollywood.  Don’t miss to explore also the Sci-Fi City, Transformers the Ride takes you on a 3D thrill ride into an urban otherworld where Transformers do battle and take part in high-speed chases. In Ancient Egypt, Revenge of the Mummy rollercoaster that leads you into fiery encounters with the undead and propels you through the darkness. Another attraction is the Lost World’s Water world show, based on the Kevin Costner movie.  

Note: Purchase the Sentosa Fun Pass if planning to visit other Sentosa Island attractions.

Sea Aquarium

Sea Aquarium

The world’s largest aquarium Sea Aquarium with 49 marine habitats and over 100,000 sea creatures. This state art culture aquarium is a terrific journey through the world’s diverse various marine habitats. Enter through the shark tunnel, with hammerheads, silvertip and sandbar sharks swimming above your head. Get to know about the watery ecosystems of Lake Malawi, kelp forests, and coastal mangroves. The vast 36m-long, 8.3m-high Open Ocean tank is an absolute popular. It brings you an experience of face to face with stingrays, sharks, barracuda, and other huge open water fishes. 

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong bird sanctuary that’s home to 400 bird species. The park is divided into various zones that mirror the birds’ natural habitats, and visitors can either take stroller-friendly walking paths or ride the tram that encircles the park and stops at three stations along the way. Penguin Coast is home to several penguin species from Antarctica near the entrance. You can watch them frolic and diving outside and can participate in feeding their African penguins. World of Darkness is the place to see owls and other denizens of the night, while ibises and spoonbills splash about in the Wetlands and hundreds of flamingos strut around Flamingo Lake. Lorry Loft is a huge aviary place to attract these small, colorful birds with cupfuls of nectar. The Waterfall Aviary about 30m waterfall a good place to spot shyer birds, such as the turaco and guinea fowl. The park is heavily involved in the breeding and conservation of endangered species. There are plenty of activities to explore for kids, too from the wet and wild Birds of Play playground/water park to the daily High Flyers show. 

Sentosa Island 

Sentosa Island lies 20 minutes distance from the central city of Singapore. you’ll enjoy all the aquatic activities such as catch glimpses of rays, dolphins, and sharks. They provide you the opportunity to explore Singapore’s history through a virtual boat ride overlook the actors and 3D projections.  The island is famous for Resorts World. Sentosa Island offers activities such as lounging at beach bars and splashing around the shallow warm sea under beneath a palm tree. Sentosa Island is one of the best places to visit in Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Marina Bay Sands Sky Park is a splendid boat-shaped formed observation deck reaching out over the three towers of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Situated on level 57, the observation deck has a large pool, shops, eateries, and bars. The infinity pool is available to just lodging visitors however you can go to the observation deck and enjoy the amazing views of Singapore. The observation deck shows a 360-degree panoramic view of the city. The deck 57 – story high viewing Marina Bay, Singapore River, Gardens By the Bay, Singapore Flyer and other Central Business District attractions. Marina bay sands Skypark is also one of the best places to visit in Singapore. Book Your tour package Now!