10 Things you can't miss in Singapore | Internation Tour Operators

Being a travel enthusiast ourselves, we, at Travelxploria, like to explore the peculiar things about a location that makes it unique and lends a quality of exoticness to the same.

It is this inquisitiveness within us that enables us to bring the most cherished travel experiences to our clients. On one such quest, we discovered the peculiarities of the beautiful city viz, Singapore that if you happen to visit, you cannot afford to miss.

Here, we have sorted out a list of ten things about Singapore that would be sad to miss out. Keep reading as we unravel it all for you:

River Safari Singapore:

Asia’s only river-themed wildlife park, River Safari Singapore is home to many threatened and endangered species from around the world. That include species such as giant pandas and many more. Further, inspired from the Flooded Amazon Forest, the world’s largest freshwater aquarium is a treat for the eyes. First, of its kind in Asia, it is a must-see when in Singapore.

S.E.A. Aquarium:

Inhabiting more than 100,000 marine animals with more than 800 different marine species, S.E.A. Aquarium is one of the world’s largest aquaria. Apart from displaying a variety of marine life that range from clownfish to whale sharks, the aquaria hold plenty of educational dioramas and interactive touch screens to help the visitors identify the image on display. It is worth exploring when in the city.

Night Safari Nocturnal Wildlife Park:

First of its kind in the world, Night Safari Nocturnal Wildlife Park is visited by about 1.3 million visitors per year. The park allows visitors to view more than 1,000 nocturnal animals in their natural habitat undertaking their nightly rituals. The safari ride through 7 geographical regions and more is as exciting and adventurous as you would have it imagined. One cannot afford to miss out on this adventure that the city renders to its visitors.

Gardens By The Bay:

Spread over 101 hectares of reclaimed land in the Central Region of Singapore, Gardens By The Bay is a nature park that incorporates the world’s first indoor waterfall. Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden are the three waterfront gardens of the park. The picturesque view of the park is a treat to the eyes of the visitors.

Singapore Flyer:

A colossal view wheel at Downtown Core, Singapore, The Singapore Flyer gives a panoramic 360-degree view of Singapore’s charming cityscape. It is further perceived as Asia’s largest giant observation wheel.

Wings of time:

Set against a sumptuous sea, Wings of time is an outdoor nightly show. It narrates a folktale by utilising modern techniques such as colourful lights, lasers, water fountains & 3D effects. A permanent night show, first of its kind, Wings of time offers a magnificent view to its spectators.

Dolphin Island Interaction Program:

It affords once in a lifetime experience to the visitors by enabling them to get close with the Dolphins and interact with them. Under the supervision of professional trainers, visitors can avail the opportunity of learning about marine life at a more personal level.

Royal Albatross Sunset Sail:

A tour around the stunning city on a cruise, Royal Albatross Sunset Sail is an exceptional tall ship, with four masts and twenty sails. It renders sunset sail along with dinner at the cruise. The romantic ambience along with the picturesque view that it affords is not something you should miss when in the city.

Sentosa Island:

Located at the Central Region, Singapore, Sentosa Island was once a British military base including a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. However, now incorporating various tourist attractions such as a breathtakingly beautiful sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, two golf courses, the Merlion, 14 hotels, and the Resorts World Sentosa, which features the Universal Studios Singapore theme park and one of Singapore’s two casinos, it is the most visited spots in Singapore.

The Helix Bridge:

Previously known as the Double Helix Bridge, The Helix Bridge provides an entire walkway around Marina Bay. First, of its kind, it provides a passageway across the Singapore River between the city’s CBD and new Bayfront district.
These are just a few of the attractions that the magnificent city Singapore holds for all its visitors. However, there are many more places that will make you fall in love with Singapore. Planning a trip to Singapore? Contact Travelxploria to provide you with the best of experiences.

By Travelxploria | August 13, 2019 |

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