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Our Picked Singapore Attractions
You Cannot Miss

Singapore Flyer
Believed to be the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel, you can catch fantastic views of Singapore River, Raffles Place, Marina Bay, Empress Place and the Padang. It has 28 capsules, with a capacity of 28 persons each and taken about 30 mins for the entire ride.
The Merlion is Singapore’s most endearing image. A cross between a fish and a lion, it sits next to the river spouting water from its mouth. The scenic waterfront is an equally nice place to spend some time watching the city go by.
Underwater World on Sentosa
One of the most famous spots of Singapore, the Underwater World displays over 2500 marine creatures as well as a spectacular dolphin show. The highlight of this oceanarium is the long tunnel that goes underwater and where you can watch sharks, giant crabs, etc from close quarters.
Jurong Bird Park
A staggering 202,000 sqm of bird park, this surely seems like a total dream! It houses over 600 species of birds, a number of them donated by several other countries. Along with watching them in their natural habitat, you can also watch some of the most spectacular bird shows with flamingoes, macaws, hornbills and cockatoos.
Sentosa Island
This is possibly the most popular island resort in Singapore. Literally meaning peace and tranquility, it is a hot-favourite with kids. It has some of the most exciting amusement options, including Palawan Beach, Dolphin Lagoon, Butterfly Park, Images of Singapore, Sentosa 4D Magic Tiger Sky Tower and the Giant Merlion.
Little India
This is one the hubs of all activities that is distinctly Indian. Located close to the Singapore River, it is the hot spot of lots of shopping options, distinct smell of spices and fragrant flowers and loads of restaurants serving amazing food. Whether you wish to pick up some artifacts or simple roam around exploring this area, Little India is sure to offer you a surprise at every turning.
Raffles Hotel
Having housed some of the most famous individuals, including Elizabeth Taylor, Queen Elizabeth II and the late Michael Jackson, it is undoubtedly one of the most famous hot spots of Singapore. Its distinct colonial style features 103 suites, 14 restaurants and over 40 stores and boutiques.
A lively night spot in Singapore, Chinatown has an abundance of restaurants and shopping spots. Together with the famous Orchard Road, this is undoubtedly one of the most fashionable belts of Singapore.
Singapore Science Centre
A thrilling ride through the wonders of science for kids, Singapore Science Centre offers a number of interesting exhibits including the Aviation Gallery and the 3-D IMAX movies that cover a wide range of topics including pyramids and the moon.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
A four-storey temple, it houses inside a 27-ft high statue of Buddha, Sakyamuni’s tooth and a pagoda. Its architectural style is rather distinct and merges certain Buddhist cultures.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Founded by Sir Stamford Raffles, the Singapore Botanic Gardens that we see today have been highly restored and revamped. Today, what you see here is rather unique – a tropical rainforest, ginger garden and an orchid garden. Samples of this garden have also bee taken to line the streets of Singapore, thus encouraging the greening process.

About Singapore

Singapore is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia, credited with being one of the cleanest, most technologically advanced and having one of the best airports in the world. There is a lot that you can do here, considering a vivid multi-cultural existence. From cultures of China, India and Malaysia, together with a pronounced Western influence, it has it all. You can stroll through the various shopping streets, pick up some interesting ethnic goodies, feast on mouthwatering delicacies and enjoy a world of adventure activities at some of the most exciting hot spots of the city.
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Shop Till You Drop in Singapore!

Now this is one shopper’s delight! With its profusion of shopping malls and street-side shopping, shopaholics will really have a ball of a time. Of course, other than the usual malls, one of the best times to visit Singapore is during the annual 8-week, Great Singapore Sale, where great discounts and savings on every goody comes up. While everyone obviously visits the shopping hot-spot of Orchard Road, there is a lot you can also buy at Chinatown, Arab Street and Little India. You are likely to find shopping stores starting late in the morning and working upto almost midnight. Whether you are looking for designer boutiques or simple knick-knacks, you are sure to have your bags full. And yes, bargaining is a must!

Feasting in Singapore

Ditch the usual and try out some authentic Singapore cuisine! Singaporean food is as varied as is its culture and is influenced with Indian, Malay, Indonesian and Western style of cooking. The best of dishes from all the cuisines have found their way and have added a distinct Singaporean flavor. Bak Kut The, Char Kway Teow and Hainanese Chicken Rice are the best loved Chinese-influenced dishes here. Some Indian specialties adopted include Roti Prata, a pancake kind of delicacy from South India. Traditional coffee shops and cafés line the entire city line of Singapore. Original Sin and Michelangelo’s are the best known Western restaurants here. East Coast Seafood Center serves the most authentic Asian fare. For a taste of some exotic dishes, you can also head out to Little India and Chinatown that have a profusion of restaurants serving all kinds of cuisines.