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Jigyasha Prasad Feb 04 2014

What are the must see places in Singapore?

Kanika Nevatia Feb 04 2014
4 people found this answer useful Useful ?Yes

There are so many must see places in Singapore that you are bound to be left spoilt for choice. From shopping options to scrumptious food and amusement parks, the city has so much to offer. Depending on the kind of time you have, choose from this list of places you just can’t miss out on in Singapore.

Orchard Road

If what you’re on is a flying visit to Singapore, it is advisable to get a hotel on Orchard Road. Considered the Oxford Street of Singapore, Orchard Road is the place to be. Shop till you drop, simply grab a good bite or walk down the road amidst all its hustle bustle and you are sure to come across a wide array of options. Around Christmas and the Chinese New Year, the road is decorated with beautiful gleaming lights--a sight that is mesmerizing at night.

Orchard Road (by williamcho)

Sentosa Islands

The ever so famous Sentosa Islands can not be missed when in Singapore. Enjoy the entralling “Songs of Sea” show, swim with dolphins or practice your putting at the Golf Course, each experience feels better than the last. Visit the Hershey’s Chocolate World and choose from a wide variety of places to eat.

Sentosa (by Schristia)

Universal Studios

The Universal Studios, also situated at Sentosa, should most definitely be on your plan. Enjoy the Mummy Returns roller coaster that operates entirely in the dark or visit the land Far Far Away and become a part of the 4D Shrek experience and if you’re lucky you’ll get to shake a leg with the characters of Madagascar.The fun you experience here are sure to create memories that will last a lifetime..

Universal Studios (by Schristia)

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is by far the world’s highest observation wheel. Standing proud at a height of 165 metres, the 360 degree view from the Flyer is magnificent and will leave you in awe. Don’t forget to carry your camera as you will feel like clicking every moment spent on the Flyer. One of the must see places in Singapore, the Flyer operates from 08:30 AM to 10:30 PM everyday and the tickets cost S$33 for adults and S$24 for children.

Singapore Flyer (from travelourplanet.com)

Clarke Quay

If you’re in the mood to experience the Singapore nightlife then there's no better place to go than Clarke Quay. Choose from the rows of nightclubs and lounges, each having its own USP. If you want to be a little wacky and sip on your drink through an injection or drip, you should pay a visit to the Clinic Bar and if you’re in the mood to dance to the beats of Bollywood songs, then Rupee Room is the place for you. And if you’re tired of all the dancing and music simply sit along the banks of the Singapore River and soak in the surrounding beauty.

Clarke Quay (by erwinsoo)

Marina Bay Sands

We've all at some point seen or heard of the Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool, the one which seems to be flowing down the edges of the building. But in order to see it, you’ve got to be a guest at the hotel. However, if you’re not in the mood to spend big bucks and check into the hotel, don’t worry, there is still lots to do at the Marina Bay Sands. Explore the Marina Bay Sands shopping mall, take a walk down the lobby and become a part of the exclusive Ferrari experience. And if you’ve got gambling on your mind, the casino at the hotel will leave you gobsmacked. You could also visit the famous Marina Bay Sands Sky Park and enjoy the view from high above.

Marina Bay Sands (edwin.11)

Chinatown Complex Food Court

If what you’re looking for are the authentic flavours of Singapore then head to the Chinatown Complex Food Court. The array of food offered is very wide and very affordable. Sample the wide to range of seafood or savour a bowl of mi goreng. It is sure to leave you craving for more.

Mi Goreng (by Jeff)

Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo

The Night Safari at Singapore Zoo is considered the world’s first nocturnal zoo. The idea is to catch a glimpse of the wilderness in the dark, in a habitat which seems as natural as it can get for the animals. Many of the animals in this zoo are rare or endangered and can be seen with ease only at the Singapore Zoo. You could either take a walking trail or take the tram safari. The lighting will be a little dim so keep both your eyes and ears wide open. The experience is sure to give you goosebumps.

Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo (by Chregu)

Jurong Bird Park

If bird watching is on your mind then a visit to the 20 hectare huge Jurong Bird Park is a must for you. With a collection of more than 9,000 birds from 600 species it is among the largest bird parks in the world. It is home to the world's largest walk-in lory flight aviary which spans over an area of 3,000 square metres and is over 9 stories high. It features 10 colourful lory species making the exhibit a favourite amongst guests. Other exhibits include the African Waterfall Aviary, the hornbill and toucan exhibit, Penguin Coast, Macaw Island, Flamingo Lake and Heliconia Repository among others.

Jurong Bird Park (by Michael Gwyther-Jone)

Marina Barrage

Want a panoramic view of the starlit Singapore city skyline in the night or see exotic kites being flown by the local people, shaped like aeroplanes and octopuses? Then you must visit the Marina Barrage, a raised structure consisting of a sprawling lawn where you can carry your picnic baskets while you enjoy the stunning view all around. You could also hire a quad bike or try your hand at some kite flying.

Marina Barrage (by briantf)

Singapore is a city that never sleeps. No matter what time of the day it is, you always have something to do. A visit to these must see places in Singapore are sure to make the trip memorable. If you have any other suggestions, please leave a comment. Happy travels!

Subhobrata Basu Aug 30 2014
1 person found this answer useful Useful ?Yes
Jurong Bird Park left out????????????
its there... just above marina barrage
Subhobrata May I have ur Contact No please, I want to go with my family...need few info...
shoot me a mail at subhobrata.basu@gmail.com I will give the contact number there. If you hotel is not booked then do consider YMCA @Orchard Road. It has the best location as it is very near to Dhoby Ghaut MRT and the shopping malls are close by
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