10 Most Famous Tourist Spots in Singapore



Sentosa Beach


Not that its the most famous beach in South East Asia but it is the most accessible and is closest to all comforts life could give. Compare to say Phuket or Boracay. Almost five million people a year go to this peaceful and tranquil beach.


Resorts World Sentosa Casino

It was mentioned a while  ago that Singapore is home to one of the largest gambling casino in the world, well this is not it yet. The Resorts World Sentosa Casino. It opened to the public on January 20th 2010 in just a record breaking 34 months of construction. Its famous attractions well aside from gambling are the Festivewalk, Crockfords Tower, Hard Rock Hotel and Hotel Michael to mention a few.

Jurong Bird Park

This is currently managed by the Wildlife Reserves Singapore organization. The landscaped bird park has become a famous tourist area in Singapore. Notable exhibits here are the  Birds n Buddies Show, Birds of Prey Show, African Wetlands, African Waterfall Aviary, Southeast Asian Birds Aviary

Underwater World Singapore

This huge oceanarium can also be found in Sentosa Singapore. The oceanarium was opened in 1991. It re-opened on February 23, 2010 after a revamp of several attractions within the park. Underwater World is also involved in several environmental and educational projects, such as the Living in the Ocean Programme, Ocean Ambassador Programme and the Coral Club.It is also famous for The Dolphin Lagoon is home to several Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins, also known as the "pink dolphins". Several "Meet-the-Dolphins" sessions are held daily to allow visitors to enter the waist-deep pool and interact closely with the dolphins.

Marina Bay Sands

This is a new district in Singapore after a water area near Riverside was reclaimed. And yes this is second largest in the world. Marina Bay Sands Casino is Singapore's second casino, larger and glitzier than its family-oriented competitor on Sentosa, with 600 gaming tables and 1500 slot machines. The grand opening of Marina Bay Sands was held on 17 February 2011. It also marked the opening of the seven celebrity chef restaurants. The highly-anticipated Broadway musical The Lion King debuted on 3 March 2011.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

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.


Haji Lane

Is a stretch of fashion houses in Singapore. Jewelries and clothing are sold here. Among the most popular shops are Know It Nothing, Pluck and Salad.

Geylang

Geylang is a neighbourhood in the city-state of Singapore east of the Central Area, Singapore's central business district. The development of Geylang through the next 50 years through to the contemporary era can best be observed along the main trunk road that leads eastward toward Paya Lebar (military) Airbase, in a straight line that terminates at Changi (International) airport. 

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. Universal Parks & Resorts markets the park as a "one-of-its-kind theme park in Asia" and promises that the park will be the only one of its kind in Southeast Asia for the next 30 years. Universal Studios Singapore was opened for sneak peek week in view of the Chinese New Year Celebrations, from 5 pm to 9 pm every night between 14 to 21 February 2010. Though visitors had to pay SGD$10 to enter the park despite rides not operating, tickets for the week were sold out in 2 days. On 5 March 2010, it was announced that the park will open its doors on 8:28 am (UTC+8) 18 March 2010, for a soft-opening phase.

Chinatown Complex Food Centre

Chinatown is located within the larger district of Outram. It is the traditional Chinese quarters of town, and while the entire city is largely Chinese these days the area does retain some of its own charm. It is famous for the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Towering above southern Chinatown, this four-story temple was completed only in 2007. 

2 comments:

Asian Travel Agent said...

Singapore is globally renowned for its scenic and scintillating beaches, picturesque wildlife parks and sanctuaries, birds and insect's parks, tropical rain forests, exhilarating culture and traditions and much more. Truly this country of Southeast Asia has so much in its boundary that allures thousands and hundreds of tourists from across the globe for Singapore trip.

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