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Universal Studios Singapore
When you visit Sentosa Island, be sure to drop by at Universal Studios Singapore. Universal Studios Singapore is the one and only Universal Studio theme park in South East Asia. Opened in 2010, this theme park has attracted billions domestic and international tourists alike each year. You'll get to try countless rides based on Hollywood movies, such as The Lost World inspired by Jurrasic Park movies, you'll get to visit Shrek at his swamp at Far-Far Away attraction. One of its most recent arena named Madagascar is such a hit, you'll get lots of giggles with your family and friends here. Don't forget to take some selfies as you stroll along the Hollywood Boulevard. Jump on a thrilling adventure by trying Revenge of the Mummy ride. Of course, don't forget to enjoy attractions and parades held in 7 different zones with 7 different themes.
Gardens By The Bay
Gardens of the Bay is a botanical garden that is not only containing over 162,900 flora species around the world, the whole park is operated with environmental-friendly system. The most famous attraction here is Supertree Grove, containing clusters of giant tree-like structures that will stuns (no puns intended) you with their magnificent design and colorful lights at night. The Supertrees are home for over than 162,900 plants and some of them are covered in sun panels to channel the energi of the sun, To have a unique experience of fine dining go ahead and enter the 50 metre tree right at the center of the park.There are other top attractions to visit here too, such as Flower Dome and Cloud Forest greenhouses, The Lost World and many others.
Marina Bay is Singapore's freshwater reservoir, but that's not what it's famous for. This is where you'll find most beautiful, luxurious modern buildings and skyscrapers in Singapore. If you want to taste all the luxuries Singapore have, you should visit this place. In fact, you WILL visit the bay since most of major attractions in Singapore are located here. Such as the well-known Gardens of The Bay, Singapore Science Museum, Marina Bay Sands Park, and even the Merlion statue. Shopping exclusive and items at grand malls, enjoying nightlife at bars and clubs, and of course staying at 5-stars hotel here will give you unforgettable experience.
National Orchids Garden
The National Orchid Garden is located inside the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The Singapore Botanic Garden is itself 158 years old as it was first opened to the public in 1859. The Botanic Garden is spread on an area of 74 hectares and provides a lot of attractions for its visitors. The National Orchid Garden is part of the Singapore Botanic Garden and was opened in 1995. It is located in the Central Core of the Singapore Botanic Garden. The Garden is home to over 60,000 orchid plants and has over 1000 plant species. However, some things at the National Orchid Garden are better than the others.
Singapore Botanical Garden
Singapore is also preserves natural beauty given by Mother Nature. Escape from the crowd and heal yourself at National Orchid Garden. Since its establisment in 1995, the National Orchids Garden has over 60,000 of the rarest and finest orchid plants from over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids. Exploring 4 color zones are also exciting, you can see various colors of orchids, such as Dancing Lady Orchid (Oncidium Goldiana), Tiger Orchid (Grammatophyllum Speciosum), and Gingerbread Tree.
Dive in to the depth of Singapore's man-made forest and witness the magnificence of rainforest wildlife at Singapore Zoo. The zoo areas are divided into 11 different zones and 12 exhibits inhibited by playful monkeys and even the majestic white tigers. Unlike any other typical commercial zoos in South East Asia, Singapore Zoo mimics the wildlife's habitat as close as possible in each closures which allows them to behave naturally. The animals here look so healthy and well-cared for. There are various animal shows you and your family and friends can enjoy. You can also go on safari tours, which are available during the day and the night.
Singapore River Safari
Do you want to see wild animals in more unique ways? Well, Singapore just has it. As the name, Singapore River Safari, the zoo brings out the river theme and the animals presented are those that are originally indeed living in and around the water area. The animals themselves came from many places all around the world. Some of them are the water animals from Mississippi River, the fishes and reptiles from Congo, Africa, and even Tiger Fish, the typical ones from Nile River.
Kidzania is a playground and educational park for kids starting from 4 years old. This park is actually a franchise spreading in big cities of some countries; one of them is in Singapore. In Kidzania, the children can do role-playing and imitating some jobs like being a pilot, firefighter, chef, and many more. Each of the jobs has its own area along with the realistic stages and tools. Sure, there are some cafes and restaurants with delicious foods to try. For the parents, it is a good chance for them to perpetuate their special moments with the kids.
This museum has a famous tagline, “Future World: When Art Meets Science”. That's true; this museum indeed gives an incredible experience for all the visitors in which the science is indeed combined with the art to form many amazing collections. You can explore the miniature of the outer space through the sophisticated technology. Meanwhile, there is the nuance of nature along with the flora and fauna. It is possible also to design your own city virtually. So, if you have been to Singapore, ArtScience Museum should not be missed out.
Science Center Singapore
On December 10, 1977, Dr. Toh Chin Chye opened the Science Center Singapore for the very first time. Before that, Singapore Government converted the National Museum into the Museum of Art and History and founded an institution for the education of science and technology. Nowadays, more than one million people from around the world visit this center every year.
Singapore Night Safari
The Night Safari becomes one of the most popular attraction in Singapore for a family destination which is also winning the best attraction that been awarded by Singapore Tourism Abroad for 12 occasions. It was found in 1994 and this is the first safari park that shows you with nocturnal animals in the world. This is a house for more than 2500 animals along with more than 130 species, spread off 35 hectares of forests as well. With estimate, around 38 percent of these species were under threat of extinction. No wonder that this area becomes the captive breeding as well. They also have a powerful mission to promote biodiversity as well. Even more than 1,1 million visitors had visited this attraction for an annual basis.
Jurong Bird Park
it is located in the Jurong Hill – is the largest bird park in the world and featuring with 8000 birds along with more than 600 species. It was found in 1971 and had managed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore and Jurong Bird Park was the first started by Dr. Goh Keng Swee with the main aim to prefer the exclusive leisure area for the residents of Jurong. However, Dr. Goh might know that this park would become the world-renowned attraction that provides more than 900,000 visitors each year. Even, there are many tourists who visiting Singapore just to visit this open-air park concept along with so many rare birds here. So, there are many great things to do and see in this place.
Skyline Luge Sentosa now offers you with new Skyride along with the four thrilling tracks which been specifically designed including of the hairpin corners, exciting downhill slopes and exhilarating tunnels as well. You are able to choose between Jungle Trail or Dragon Trail, or even you can try one of the two new tracks which twisting and turning into the mystical jungle – you can ride throughout the day or night/ There is no other ride that allows you get full control however still give you powerful adrenaline like Skyline Luge Sentosa. Both of children and adult can safely enjoy every attraction. You do not have to worry because the Luge Track was specially designed along with the hairpin corners, exciting downhill and you can feel the wind get through tour hair when you explored the tracks which make you keep coming back in this place.
As the capital city of Japan and one of the biggest cities, there's sure a lot of things to do in Tokyo. It often appears in pop cultures like in anime and Japanese dramas. Being one of the biggest and busiest metropolitan cities in the world, Tokyo never sleep. You'll always find lives in this city even at midnight until the break of dawn. And let's not forget that the cultural sides of Tokyo are worth to explore. You'll get to see traditional dances and drama in various theatre, diving deep into the history of this city in museums & shrines, and of course taste local delicacies. So here are 6 tourist attractions in Tokyo you should totally visit.
How to Get Tickets?
Some Singapore attractions don't require you to buy admission tickets, you only need to pay tickets if you enter attractions inside. For example, you don't have to pay if you're only exploring Gardens of the Bay and Marina's Bay. However you'll have to pay separated fees to enter Children Park or Singapore Science Museum. Entry tickets to Universal Studio Singapore and National Orchid Garden can be bought on the spot, although it's highly recommended to book it online to avoid long lines.
How To Get Around?
Hopping from one attraction to another in Singapore is a breeze with Mass Rapid Transit System, or MRT. It is considered as the most convenient way to zip around the city, which explains why this public transportation is highly popular. If you're going to use MRT very often during your visit, we recommend you to buy Singapore Tourist Pass, a special EZ-Link stored value card for unlimited travel with MRT.
What Should I Wear?
Singapore's weather is mostly hot and humid, so you might want your clothes to be as simple and comfortable as possible. Breathable cotton T-Shirt or tank top paired with denim pants are great, you also need to wear the most comfortable pair of walking shoes. If you're planning to spend romantic time with your spouse for the night, you can switch your clothes to something more playful but elegant.
Best Time to Visit
You can visit Singapore at any time in the year, since the city's weather is particularly warm and pleasant. If you want to avoid long lines and huge crowds, it is best to visit Singapore's attractions in weekdays or come one or two hours before the attraction's opening hours.
Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Will I Need a Guide?
No, all basic and important informations you need for exploring Singapore can be found easily here.
How To Get There?
Singapore can be easily accessed from Malaysia or Indonesia by land transportation, ferry boats, or by planes. The city also open international flights to Changi Airport quite regularly. You can pick any means of transportation to Singapore that match your time allocations and budget
All taxis operating in Singapore are all regulated and metered, so there's so little chance they will cheat you. It might brings a little faith and ease when you're travelling using Singapore taxi service.