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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

What are the top attractions in Singapore?

Vineet Sharma DEC 10 2012
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The Lion City, as Singapore is colloquially called, makes for a roaring holiday getaway and proclaims itself as a place where shopping is the national pastime and food, a national obsession. You will be surprised to know that everything is larger than life in Singapore, be it the world's largest ferris wheel or the world's largest walk-in aviary. Be prepared to tackle the problem of plenty when you set about exploring Singapore.

  • Sentosa

    Flocked by nearly 5 million visitors a year, this sprawling island resort will be an unforgettable experience for you with attractions such as Resorts World Sentosa, a golf courses and five star hotels, Fort Siloso and 2 km stretch of sheltered beach. You will love to explore the famed theme park and Universal Studios which is located in the close proximity to the former. In fact, Sentosa is a universe of delight and some of the not to be missed experiences here are the ‘Songs of Sea’ show, swimming with dolphins, the adrenalin pounding luge rides and you will find that the list is endless.

    Address: Sentosa Island

  • Sky Tower

    Play god by gazing upon the Garden City from a height of some 131 meters above sea level. This is Sky Tower, the tallest observation tower in Singapore and the views from here are fabulous during days and nights alike.

    Address: Near Sentosa cable car station
    Opening Hours: 9 am to 9 pm
    Official Website:

  • Singapore Flyer

    Another lovely place to enjoy the heights and trust us when we say that! Welcome to Singapore Flyer and take in an Eagle’s eye view of Marina Bay and other iconic landmarks dotting the landscape from the vertiginous heights of this place. Singapore Flyer is taller than the famed London Eye.

    Address: 30 Raffles Avenue
    Singapore (The MRT stops at the City Hall MRT Station at a distance of some 10 minutes from the Singapore Flyer)
    Opening Hours: 8.30 am to 10.30 pm (everyday)
    Official Website:

  • Chinatown

    Enter the Dragon in Singapore! Yes, it is Chinatown, one of the best spots for the sport of people watching. You will be more than happy to know that this Chinese district in Singapore is full of eating joints, curio shops and a swirling mass of humanity. Don’t miss Chinatown Complex market and People's Park Complex shopping centre.

    Address: South Street Subway Chinatown (can also be reached from Outram station)
  • Night Safari

    Just imagine the adrenaline rush when you have close encounters with Lions and Tigers in the middle of the Jungle or for that matter with Deers, Tapirs and more! Hop on to the tram and experience the exciting journey that promises you memories that will be etched in your mind forever. You can opt for the famous night safaris and experience all this and more!

    Opening Hours: 7.30 pm to 12 am (Everyday)
    Entry Charges: Adult: S$32.00 & Child (3 to 12 years old): S$21.00

    Address:80, Mandai Lake Road
  • Underwater World

    Have you ever thought of exploring the rich, interesting and beautiful marine life? It couldn’t get better than Underwater World in Singapore. Start an adventurous underwater journey and marvel at diversified marine life. You can even feed the sharks and gentle rays, dine underwater and rejuvenate yourself at Turkish Fish Spa.

    Opening Hours: 10 am to 7 pm
    Entry Charges: Adult: $25.90 & Child (3-12 years old): $17.60  

    Address:80, Siloso Road

You will be delighted to know that Singapore will enthrall you with its infinite colourful sights, tastes and aromas.

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