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Marina Bay

Marina Bay

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

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 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.

Jurong Bird Park

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.

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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.

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Singapore Travel Tips & Guide

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.

Singapore Tourism Facts

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.


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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

Additional Info

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.