Five Spots You Should Never Fail to
Visit When You’re in Singapore

Singapore is a country that offers a breath of fresh air, not just for tourists from third world countries but also from developed ones. It is often avoided somehow, because the common misconception is that, travelling to Singapore is expensive. Truth be told, skipping Singapore when you’re having a South East Asian tour is a huge mistake! Why? Because Singapore packs a surprisingly massive number of attractions that people from all walks of life will appreciate and enjoy.

The findings of a recent study conducted by the Singapore Tourism Board is also a testimony of how great this country is when it comes to providing tourists with unique experiences and one-of-a-kind euphoria. Singapore’s International Visitor Arrivals have increased by 4% for the first quarter of 2017 compared with the data gathered during the same period last year. The top five international visitors in Q1 were from China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and India. In 2016, the number of tourist arrivals and their spending in Singapore hit a record high, according to the Straits Times. The increase was brought by the growth of the Chinese market and the fact that visitors are spending more on food and beverage, shopping and accommodation.

Singapore is known not only for its high-end shopping malls and luxury hotels but also for its vibrant history and great ethnic diversity. It has a very good public transportation system that makes it easier for tourists to travel from one place to another. It is also one of the safest and cleanest cities in the world.  So, if you’re planning to have a holiday trip to the Lion City, don’t forget, or ever miss the chance of heading to these wonderful places

1. Marina Bay Sands

The infamous Marina Bay Sands is a US$5.7 billion integrated resort that houses a luxury hotel, shops of high-end brands, a mall with a canal running through it, a convention center, a theater, a casino, the ArtScience Museum and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. This complex which has an indoor skating rink made with synthetic ice is the world’s most expensive building when it opened seven years ago. Every 10:00 PM in the evening, there’s a spectacular light show that the kids would surely enjoy!

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore


2. Gardens by the Bay

For those who want to be one with nature without leaving the city, Gardens by the Bay is perfect for you. With its three Instagram-able gardens, visitors will surely enjoy the vibrant green space. The gardens showcase a number of tropical horticulture, tree-like structures, a cluster of iconic and futuristic structures created to perform environmentally sustainable functions and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore


garden by the bay

 3. Orchard Road

If you’re a shopping monster, then Orchard Road is for you. It’s the main shopping street of Singapore with luxury shops at every turn. The shopper-friendly neighborhood houses 22 malls, 22 department stores, four cinemas including IMAX and a KTV karaoke lounge. Tourists will not only find shopping stores here but also the official residence of the President of Singapore, the Istana.

orchard road

4. Clarke Quay

This riverside development which is the center of commerce during the 19th century remains one of the key tourist spots in Singapore. It still lives up to its legacy as a busy hub as it’s packed with bars and restaurants, boutique shops and nightclubs. After the hustle and bustle roaming the Orchard Road, visitors can gladly settle in Clarke Quay to have a lovely dinner in the picturesque river or enjoy the night with its chic nightspots. River taxis and cruises depart from here.

Address: 3 River Valley Rd, Singapore


5. Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is the first amusement park of its kind to open in Southeast Asia and the second in Asia. It opened in 2010 with seven themed sections with numerous rides and shows, all related to Universal’s major hit movies. If the family gets hungry from strolling and enjoying the rides in the park, the park has plenty of restaurants. It also has six hotels that can accommodate around 1800 tourists and shops where people can buy souvenirs or spare set of clothes.

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore


universal studio

If these exciting destinations don’t entice you to come to Singapore, we seriously don’t know what will! From shopping to eating in fancy restaurants and from enjoying different kinds of thrilling rides to appreciating the beauty of nature, Singapore will definitely have something that you will enjoy. It’s not just a shopping destination, but a family-friendly destination that will bring your family closer together.

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