You’ve just landed in Singapore … and wondering what kind of sights and sounds you absolutely need to cover in the next few days.
Well, let this article help you – here are seven locations which you must see when in Singapore.
Be sure to check out these locations with friends and family to make your trip to this island city a completely worthwhile one.
So let’s begin right now, starting with the Singapore Zoo, then moving on to Clarke Quay, the Esplanade and more …
The Singapore Zoo
The Singapore Zoo is one of the best in the region (the region being Southeast-Asia). You can find rare flora and fauna and it is a must visit for families. There is also a Night Safari which you can visit if you fancy watching animals at night.
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Right smack in the middle of town, Clarke Quay is a haunt for the pub crawler and nightspot lover. Be sure to check it out if you’re out for a night of entertainment.
The Esplanade is Singapore’s foremost arts venue. Make sure you book a show and sit in to listen to the spectacular wonders that are regularly scheduled at this art house.
The symbol of Singapore, the Merlion statue is situated near the Singapore River. Make sure you stop by for a photo or two. In fact, the statue of Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles is close by too.
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Asian Civilizations Museum
The Asian Civilizations Museum showcases many exhibits from around Asia – and hold many Asian art treasures for you to uncover. Make sure you check out the schedule of events here and don’t miss out on any great exhibitions that go on.
Situated off the southern tip of Singapore, Sentosa is a great island for a holiday. Take a full day off to visit this beach resort and have fun in the Underwater World, Musical Fountain and other attractions there.
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The Botanic Gardens
The lush Botanic Gardens in Singapore are great for a lazy Sunday afternoon – you can take a nice, slow walk with loved ones and also sit down for a picnic if you want.
Hopefully, this article has shown you the must-see places in Singapore. There are literally hundreds of other gems to explore on the island – these are but some suggestions. Good luck and happy travels!