Despite popular criticism, there’s much more to Singapore than shopping malls and restaurants and even regular and long-term visitors will find plenty to keep them occupied. There are several record-breaking, award-winning attractions to visit, such as the Singapore Zoo, the Jurong Bird Park, the Night Safari, and the Southeast Asia Aquarium, as well as fun-filled family days to be had at Universal Studios and on the water slides of Marine Life Park. World-class museums abound, such as the National Museum of Singapore, the ArtScience Museum, the Asian Civilisations Museum and the Changi Museum and a vast range of beautiful temples, churches and mosques to explore. And for the really active, there’s plenty of rainforest to hike through. Even sightseeing is fun in Singapore, with the Singapore Flyer (the world’s tallest observation wheel), the Singapore Cable Car, Singapore River Cruises and Trishaw Uncle all making taking in the sights an event in itself.
Marianne is a freelance travel writer, who has lived in Singapore for six years. She is the author of a travel guidebook to Singapore and has written about Singapore for a range of international magazines and websites. A self-confessed glutton, Marianne is always on the lookout for new restaurants and loves how Singapore has attracted some of the world’s most... Read More