Singapore known as “The Garden City”, Singapore is one of the busiest ports and most important financial centers in the world. Singapore boast broad street with luxuriant trees and all kinds of flowers, decorates with lawns and well-tended flower-beds. It also enjoys more than 2000 higher plants and is reputed as “the garden city” of the world and “environment model” of Southeast Asia.
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Recorded as an attractive tourist destination among foreign tourists, Singapore is a prominent choice for your vacation due to many fun tourist attractions in this country. Singapore has a well-developed tourism industry, as a cosmopolitan city highlighting racial and cultural harmony. Cultural differences reflect a rich colonial history and the ethnic Malays, Chinese, Arab and India. For years considered as a business center in Southeast Asia, Singapore has a thriving shopping area located in the district of Orchard Road. Filled with several shopping centers, this area also has many hotels, and is considered by many as the tourism center of Singapore. Some of the tourist attractions in Singapore that must be visited are:
Universal Studios Singapore
Located in the Resort World Sentosa, Universal Studio Singapore becomes the top tourist attraction of Singapore which includes the Integrated Resort has just opened officially in April of 2010. Universal Studios Singapore is divided into 7 zones, Madagascar, the Palace of Far Far Away from the world of Shrek was the first in the world, The Lost World where you can find a world of dinosaurs and Waterworld, Ancient Egypt - a world full of ancient Egyptian mummies, Sci-fi - a futuristic city and the last two zones of the theme of a famous city in America that is Hollywood and New York. Each set foot in the various zones; you will experience a different feel. Universal Studios Singapore has over 30 restaurants and food carts, together with 20 unique retail stores and carts located around the park.
Supplemented by thousands of rare animals Singapore Zoo is one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. Kids would love to see the uniqueness of each animal that they had never seen their lifetime. This zoo has a different concept from other zoos. With open cages, all animals can live like in their natural habitat. You will see lions under a grove of trees, polar bears and Pygmy Hippos. As a place of public entertainment, this zoo is also a vehicle for educating the visitors about the ecosystem and culture of tropical rain forests. You can enjoy a different atmosphere at the Night Safari as the sun sets. Singapore Zoo also provides a vehicle for children's play Rainforest Kidzworld. Wave of lively children waiting in the water play area, with themes such as wildlife parks wet dream! For the game more exciting, young and old can ride to the animal-themed carousel. Other attractions that are not less interesting are the Australian Outback, Fragile Forest and the Great Rift Valley.
Singapore Botanical Gardens
Located in the middle of town this small forest is right next to Gleneagles hospital. Plants are almost gone or going extinct here. Singapore Botanic Gardens has a fairly complete collection of plants. This garden has an area of approximately 64 acres, in this top tourist attractions you can enjoy the scenery and lush green trees. There is also a swan lake (Swan Lake), located not far from the entrance. The scenery was hard to find in the city of Singapore. The National Orchid Garden is the main attraction within the Botanic Gardens. Located on the mid-western side of the Garden, the hilly three-hectare site has a collection of more than 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids. Admission to the Singapore Botanic Garden is free of charge.
Boat Quay and Clarke Quay
The atmosphere at Boat Quay and Clarke Quay is crowded and mixed up with loud music to light jazz mixed into one. Boat Quay and Clarke Quay are filled with restaurants, pubs and clubs, visited by the builders clubbing, young executives who just got home from work, couples who want to enjoy a romantic dinner, and also many foreign tourists.
Located in Marina Bay This is the world's largest Ferris current reaching 165 meters high and offering you a breathtaking 360° panoramic view of Singapore and region nearby. This vehicle is next to the Retail Terminal has three levels, with a wide selection of shops and food outlets. There is a central atrium that leads to a lush tropical forest, and an outdoor theater where stage shows are held. As it is located beside the straight between turns 21 and 22 and near the pit area the Flyer affords great views of the Marina Bay Street Circuit of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Singapore Science Centre
The Science Centre Singapore is a leading regional Science Centre, promoting interest and creative learning in science and technology. The centre has been a guardian of creativity and innovation from past many years and is capturing the evolution of scientific developments through unique and relevant exhibitions and showcasing and igniting the young minds and promotes new generations of scientifically savvy Singaporeans. The interactive exhibits are housed in 14 galleries, covering a wide range of topics related to science, technology and mathematics with an additional outdoor exhibition space showcasing the Waterworks exhibition, Kinetic Garden and Ecogarden.
National Museum of Singapore
Although Singapore's oldest museum, National Museum of Singapore has the spirit of innovation of the youngest and most innovative. Designed in Neo-Palladian and Renaissance style consisting of two rectangular parallel blocks, with a dome at the front of the building, the museum was designed to be a public museum. The National Museum of Singapore prides itself with sophisticated and diverse ways of presenting history to redefine conventional museum experience. More than just a room for exhibitions and artifacts, the Museum also distinguishes itself through a challenging and vibrant festivals and events that will enhance creative power in the culture and heritage.
Little India Singapore
An ethnic neighborhood found in Singapore, Little India is a great place and has Tamil cultural elements and aspects of other cultures. Little India more commonly known as Tekka in the local Tamil community lies to east of the Singapore River—across from Chinatown, located west of the river and north of Kampong Glam. You can find lots of new things here. Start of stalls selling fresh fruit and sweets to India with unique stalls selling clothes and shoes with prices so cheap, you'll be dizzy with the choices available.
Marina Bay Sands
Located in the Marina Bay area Marina Bay Sands is one of the two Integrated Resorts in Singapore. Marina Bay Sands, joined with Singapore icons that had already stood up like a statue of the Merlion, Esplanade and Singapore Flyer. Marina Bay Sands has very complete facilities guaranteeing you can find all you need such as casino, sand sky park, hotel, restaurant, cafe in this place without having to get out. In addition, the Marina Bay resort is a paradise for the shopaholic. Equipped with luxury shopping centers, a variety of world-class retailers and restaurants make this place is the biggest luxury shopping mall in Singapore. There is also a Food Kiosk that provides local flavor from the chicken rice, curry Indian team and sum up western-style roast chicken and sandwiches.