Top 10 Must Visit Singapore Attractions

Singapore – one of the most developed countries of the Asian continent. It is located near the southern part of the Malay Peninsula, between the Malacca Strait and the South China Sea. Around the coast of Singapore, there are scattered over 60 islands in its composition.

Singapore is deservedly considered to be unique and there is little arguing to the statement that it is a fascinating country. This small country hosts a large number of visitors every year and has a room for people with different cultures, languages ​​and religions. In order to go to Singapore, you will need a visa.

Instructions

  • 1

    Amusement park universal studios:

    Universal Studio Park is located on Sentosa Island. You can get to the park via Metro service. A ticket to the park for one day is 68 Singapore dollars

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  • 2

    Singapore botanic gardens

    You are advised to go to the Botanic Garden of Singapore after visiting amusement park. It may seem boring to wander the paths but the spectacular beauty will convince you to come again.

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  • 3

    Singapore Oceanarium

    Oceanarium in Singapore is small but here you can encounter sharks, leopard rays, giant Japanese crab and pink dolphins. You are allowed to touch and feed some of the fishes in the Aquarium.

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  • 4

    Observation deck – Marina bay

    The observation deck is located on the roof of the hotel Marina Bay, at 58th floor (around 200 meters high). The entrance fee is 19 SGD. The hotel itself is like a huge ship:

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    Singapore wheel:

    Close to Marina Bay has the largest Ferris wheel in the world - Singapore Flyer, its height is 165 meters. A ticket to the wheel is 30 SGD.

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    Chinatown:

    Chinatown contains old colonial houses and huge skyscrapers.

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    Little India:

    If you walks straight towards the sea coast from Chinatown, you will see little India. It is an Indian bazaar.

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    Singapore Zoo:

    Singapore Zoo is the best zoo in the world by Forbes You can find a lot of rare species of animal in this park including white tigers, Kangaroo, Jaguar, Giraffe, Zebra and Rhino etc.

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    Sim Lim square:

    Singapore is a paradise for those who love to shop. Sim Lim square mall is famous for cheap prices on different electronics.

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  • 10

    Lei Gardens Restaurant

    Singapore is regarded as the gastronomic capital of South East Asia. And, indeed, there is no shortage of restaurants.

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