There is no shortage of world class visitor attractions in Singapore, and so you will always find plenty to keep you entertained, no matter how long your visit.
Three entries on our list – The Singapore Zoo, the Jurong Bird Park and the Night Safari are probably the most publicized in Singapore and are all excellent choices whether you are travelling with the family in tow or not. The open-zoo concept of these three parks makes for a fun and thrilling experience, and there are plenty of shows and animal-feedings to keep you occupied. Universal Studios is also a must for fun-loving film lovers and families with older children.
One of the most enjoyable ways to take in the sights of Singapore is to jump aboard a traditional bumboat, sit back and enjoy the scenery during a leisurely cruise up the river. If it’s spectacular views you’re looking for, then the most fun way to experience them is to jump aboard the Singapore Flyer, the highest observation wheel in the world.
Culture vultures will not be disappointed with the array of museums in Singapore. We highlight three here – the excellent Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum in the heart of Chinatown to learn about the life and teachings of Lord Buddha, the National Museum of Singapore to garner an overall history of the nation and the poignant and memorable Changi Museum which highlights the plight of prisoners of war and residents during the Japanese occupation.
To escape the hustle and bustle of the city, do not miss the spectacular Orchid Garden within the Botanic Gardens, which boasts the biggest collection of orchids and hybrids in the world.
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