Places to See
An island city in Asia, Singapore is one of the most developed cities in the area.
It is a multicultural city with Chinese, Indians and Malays settled here for several years.
This makes your holiday in Singapore quite interesting.
With so many cultures thriving in one place, Singapore is a truly diverse city.
On one hand, you will find ultra-modern buildings and places; while on the other hand,
the city has places which reflect the history, culture and heritage of the place.
The Merlion is something you must not miss if you ever visit Singapore.
The symbol of Singapore, the Merlion is a great place to take in some amazing views of the city.
Apart from this, you must visit Marina Bay (for a spectacular view), Clarke Quay (for experiencing a vibrant life),
Chinatown (to get a flavour of China), Gardens by the Bay (to take a look at the futuristic park) and
Little India (to see the influence of India and its culture).
Places to Eat
Singapore is a city with several gourmet and expensive restaurants run by renowned chefs. The street food of the place is something you must try to get the real flavour of the city. The city of Singapore has several little restaurants and inexpensive places where you enjoy some real delicacies of the place. Chinatown and Little India are two places that you must visit to try the delicious dishes of China and India, respectively. The restaurants here not only serve amazing dishes but are cheap too. Apart from this, the first week of June sees Singapore celebrating street food with the World Street Food Congress where you would be able to enjoy street food from India, Malaysia, US and many other places around the world.
Things to Do
Singapore is a lively city with a lot of places to see and hundreds of things to do. Right from shopping to eating to sightseeing, this is a place that would delight people of ages. The Universal Studio is a great place to spend your day especially if you have children. This adventure park houses more than 20 attractions, which include rollercoaster, rides, water themed rides and themed zones like Ancient Egypt, Madagascar, Shrek's Far Far Away, Lost World, New York, etc.
If you are not afraid of heights, you must definitely visit the Singapore Flyer, which is also the world's biggest observation wheel. Riding on this giant wheel would give you a great view of the city of Singapore. Another must do thing in Singapore is going on a night safari. The night safari would give you a glimpse of the unusual animal kingdom of Singapore which is home to almost 1000 animals including one-horned rhinoceroses, Himalayan griffon vultures, gazelles, wildebeests, etc. Apart from this, there are several art museums, galleries, heritage sites and cultural spotlights for those who are interested in knowing about the culture, art and history of the place. You must also not miss the interesting nightlife of Singapore while in this city.
Shopping is one of the best things to do in Singapore as the city offers so many budget places to shop from. While shopping in Singapore is budget-friendly, it does not mean you get low quality or low grade products. On the other hand, Singapore is a place where you would get the latest brands at cheap rates. Some of the things you can buy here are clothes, shoes, cosmetics, jewellery, perfumes, watches, consumer electronics, household items, books, souvenirs, etc. Mustafa Centre is one of the places where you can buy things at really cheap prices. The best thing about this market is that it is open 24x7. Other than this, Bugis Street, Far East Plaza, Lucky Plaza and Anchorpoint Shopping Centre are places that you would love if you love shopping.