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Jurgan Bird park
Opened in 1971, Jurong Bird Park is the largest bird park in the world, offering a 20.2-hectare hillside haven for 4, 600 birds representing 380 species. Its Heliconia Repository, with 108 heliconia species and cultivars in its collection, is one of the largest in the region.
If you visit Singapore you must visit to Sentosa island.When you visit Sentosa, you must see underwater world, Sound of seas show and 4D cinema, Zip flying and Zero Gravity
Enter the thrilling world of movie magic as you “ride the movies” on roller coasters and other movie-themed attractions. Be dazzled and delighted by an immersive entertainment experience that brings the silver screen to li
The Singapore Flyer
Standing at 165 metres (100 times of my height!), is the World’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel. Visitors can experience the breathtaking unobstructed views in all directions of the Singapore landscapes and even parts of Malaysia and Indonesia. The whole ride lasts for about half an hour
As dusk falls, the night is just starting for over 1, 000 nocturnal animals. Observe as they rise to frolic, graze and hunt their night away! Embark on a fascinating journey through the Night Safari – the world’s first wildlife night park! We promise it’ll be an adventure you’ll never forget.
Wander Full Light and water show
It is show which free of cost while you are in Singapore one must see it in Singapore – the Wander Full Light and Water Show. The show is choreography between singing fountains and projections on their splashes. There are bubbles everywhere and this holiday atmosphere goes on everyday – don’t miss it while in Singapore!
Sunday – Thursday: 8:00pm, 9:30pm Friday & Saturday: 8:00pm, 9:30pm, 11:00pm
The best location to see the Marina Bay Sands show is on the left if you are facing the Louis Vuitton store. Another way to explain it – just go outside from the main exit of the Marina Bay Sands shopping mall and you will be in the center of the show!
Super tree Grow Light Show
Super Tree Grove Light Show is just WOW, seriously! I cannot even describe it properly, but I felt lik
I stepped in some kind of fairy tale. “Yulia in Wonderland” maybe?
The Garden Rhapsody is a show (more like something from outer space) that is held in Gardens by the Bay every evening. The futuristic looking trees/mushrooms are lighted up in different ways together with the music. Every detail is perfectly tuned to create an atmosphere that will give you a fantastic feeling of wonder and stimulate your mind!
The Cloud Forest
It is the places after visting you will say that how Singaporeans have created a whole new concept with planted walls, artificial waterfalls – somethings absolutely surreal! You can learn about rare plants, take some great pictures, enjoy a magnificent view from to the Marina Bay Sands and just walk around this mysterious world built by man. It also features a 35-meter hill (on the picture above) covered in lush vegetation, it is also the world’s tallest indoor waterfall!
Singapore Botanic Gardens
I love parks and that includes botanical gardens. I think I went to one almost in each country I visited! The one in Singapore is such a beautiful park. You can wander on its alleys and get lost. It feels modern, fresh and ordered. Then, out of nowhere you can just wake up with a huge water monitor lizard in front of you.
The entrance to the Botanic Garden is free of charge, but I also do recommend visiting National Orchid Garden (S$5). Unless you are some kind of Orchid expert, you will discover a gazillion new types of orchids which offer a sweet synthesis of visual beauty and matching fragrance.
Various types of orchids are presented, many colors around, great photo opportunities, we took hundreds of beautiful pictures!
It is inside the Botanic garden, but it has a separate entrance.
The Zoo is one of the top attractions in Singapore.
You can see otters, pygmy hippos, giant crocodiles, lions, zebras, rhinoceroses, orangutans and many many other animals
There are 4 options to choose from.
Singapore Zoo see more than 2 800 animals representing over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles.
River Safari – one of the world’s largest collections of freshwater fauna, more than 6 000 animals including 40 threatened species. You can do all of them if you have time, or you can choose the ones that look more interesting for you. I went for a classic option (just the Zoo), but I’ve heard the Night Safari is also pretty cool! Different shows at each time are held, you will not get bored during the whole day. I recommend visiting the zoo if you are traveling with kids, or if you have more than 3 days to see the city.
Haw Par Villa
Haw Par Villa is your place! It is one of those places that you will not see on a typical tourist picture in Singapore. It is one of the world’s weirdest theme parks depicting scenes from Chinese folklore with over 1 000 statues. Some of them are: an old woman being breastfed, demons pitchforking loan sharks in hell – you got the idea…
Try Some street Food in Singapore
You have probably heard that Singapore is not the cheapest city in the world. While it is definitely true, the food can be surprisingly cheap! It is still a riddle for me how a dish can cost 2-3 $ when a kilo of tomatoes in the supermarket costs the same much?
I also recommend just walking around China town district and trying out everything that looks interesting, the variety of choices is endless, the local cuisine is mouthwatering!
If you wish to rely on a specialist and have somebody walking you through Chinatown, get this
2, 5 Hours Food adventure. You will never forget the feast on typical goodies such as rice cakes, poh piah, chicken rice, and more!
But what you would also like to check out restaurant scene in Singapore?
Sip A Singapore Sling on a Rooftop Bar
If you are in Singapore even for just a day, you just have to climb up one of its futuristic looking skyscrapers and enjoy the city’s skyline!
I have a couple of places to choose from for you:
1) The first one is located on the top of Marina Bay Sands hotel and it is FREE to go up. The rooftop bar is called KudeTa, it is right above the Sky Park observation deck. While the price to go to the observation deck is S$23, I suggest you go to KuDeTa (which is a bit more elevated) and spend those money for a drink. How about that?
The trick to enjoy the same view for free is to go to the bar instead. It’s at the same floor, and just past the observation deck entrance (which is usually where 2 or 3 stewards are waiting to check tickets).
You can enjoy the view with a drink in your hand for more or less the same money. Just make sure not to wear flip-flops and shorts, and you will get in with no problems!
2) The other rooftop bar that I highly recommend is One Altitude No wonder why – it is one of the tallest buildings in the country!
The Entrance is 30 SGD$ if you arrive before 9 pm, or 35$ if you arrive later. 1 drink is already included. As the place is quite fancy, the dress code is the same – smart casual. No flip-flops and no sleeveless tops for man.
Buy Cheap Electronic
If you were planning to buy a new Smartphone or, say, a new camera, there is no better place to do it than Singapore! Sim Lim shopping centre would be the best choice for travelers – it is in the city center and it has 6-7 stores of all electronics you can think of!
Eat in China Town and Walk around
Many Singaporeans are of Chinese decent, so Chinese influence is everywhere? Wood carving shops, tea houses, flower sellers on the street – this multicultural place will tell you a story of its heritage. Mouth-watering local dishes Hear the stories of early Chinese migrants Check out the oldest temple in Singapore, Thian Hock Keng, it was built without using a single nail!