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Top 10 places of interest in Singapore

While the locals continue to complain about how life in Singapore involves nothing but dining, movies and shopping; tourists simply cannot get over the sheer number of fun attractions there are to explore in the short time that they have here.

Here is a list of 10 best Singapore’s places of interestthat are worth exploring –

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

Considered to be one the must see attractions in Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark is a section of the 5.5 billion dollar resort project. With a 200 meter high boat shaped sky park built on the top of three towers 55 stories high, this is a great place to get holistic views of the entire city. In addition to being home to an exquisite public observation desk, this building is also a hotel with one of the most iconic pools in the world. Located on its rooftop, it is considered to be the world’s largest rooftop pool.

Clarke Quay

Located by the river, this area is home to some quirky restaurants, bars, boutique stores and a steady stream of locals that come here every night for some drinks and a fun time. Home to a number of restaurants this place offers a variety of al fresco dining options on the river front. Developed in about 5 blocks of restored warehouses, this riverfront area is also home to some moored Chinese junks that have been transformed into charming floating bars and restaurants. The Arena is now home to Singapore’s first permanent illusion show. Make it a point to visit IndoChine, Hooters and other popular eateries here.

Raffles Hotel

This structure makes it to the list of Singapore Sightseeing attractions because of its colonial style construction that goes back over 120 years. This hotel boasts of an elite list of guests in the likes of Queen Elizabeth II, Michael Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor. This legendary property offers romantic grandeur like none other. Check into this hotel for a couple of nights and explore one of the 15 bars and restaurants that it houses during your free time.

China Town

Another iconic area in Singapore, this is a haven for those who are looking for some cheap bargains. This part of the city is also an excellent spot to visit for authentic Chinese food. Visit the Hock Keng Temple, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and the Maxwell Road Food Centre while here. Visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre for insights into the migrants and their way of life here in Singapore. Other famous attractions include the Singapore Coin and Notes Museum and the Red Dots Museum.

Singapore Flyer

Competing with the London Eye, this is the world’s largest observation wheel that is built on top of a three story terminal building. This structure offers breathtaking views of the city that are worth a visit during the day as well as the night. Opened in 2008, the construction of this magnificent structure took 2.5 years. Today, tourists have a chance to explore unique experiences such as a full butler sky dining experience or even a premium solemnization experience.

Universal Studios Singapore

The first of its kind in South East Asia, this park is home to over 20 themed rides located in 7 different zones including Sci-Fi City, Far Far Away, Hollywood, Madagascar, Ancient Egypt, New York and the Lost World. With a chance to go beyond the silver screen and experience movies from the inside, this exciting theme park is fun for people of all ages.

Gardens by the Bay

This futuristic park seems like something out of the movie Avatar. Famous for its super tree structures, this park was built for the World Architecture Festival in 2012. Spanning 101 acres, this magnificent spot is built on reclaimed land right in the centre of the city. the main highlight here is the Super Tree Groves with structures that range between 25 and 50 meters.

Merlion Park

This iconic statue is integral to the history and culture of Singapore. Visit here for some exquisite views and the city’s most famous photo opportunity. Located at the One Fullerton in the central business district, this park is home to two structures of the Merlion. The original one is 8.6 meters high.

Night Safari

A unique experience, this Zoo offers an exquisite insight into the animal kingdom by night. With over 100 animals and 59 exhibits from the world over, this is a fun adventure worth having with the family. One your way out, don’t forget to spend time by the café an eatery where you can watch some fun live dance and music performances which transform you back into the wild.

Little India

This vibrant part of the city is an exquisite insight into Indian immigrants in Singapore. Home to some great restaurants and Mustafa shopping centre; make it a point to visit here. If you happen to visit during the Indian Festival of Lights, Diwali, this part of the city lights up with magnificent decoration worth viewing.

In addition to this, Sentosa Island too makes for an excellent attraction to spend a day in with family.

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