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Things to do in Singapore

You can enjoy urban and natural attractions in this mega-metropolis. Visit the designer shops of Orchard Road or the lively Little India stallions to discover the city's fast pace. And at the other end of the spectrum, Gardens by the Bay and the Singapore Botanic Gardens will bring a breath of fresh air. If you want a playground for adults and children, head to Sentosa, an island that houses Universal Studios Singapore, golf courses, beaches and luxury resorts to complete your trip. say goodbye to the city from the top of the Singapore Flyer (think the London Eye) or the iconic Merlion Park Marina Bay. How we classify things to do.

1. Gardens on the bay
Gardens on the bay

If you are looking for a taste of nature, the Gardens of the Bay are your urban jungle. The attraction is ideally located in Marina Bay and offers a wide range of Mother Nature sites and the metropolis. Supertree Grove, the park's most recognizable landmark, features 18 "Supertrees" that support OCBC Skyway, a 40-meter-long skywalk overlooking the surrounding gardens and Marina Bay. ...
Type of parks and gardens
1 to 2 hours of time to spend

2. Singapore Botanical Garden 
Gardens on the bay

For such a large city, you will be shocked by the amount of money shared by skyscrapers. And the Singapore Botanical Gardens are the epicenter of this natural and flourishing splendor. Formerly an unused plantation, the garden covers nearly 60 hectares of the city, not only up to the nickname of Singapore's "The City in the Garden", but also the world's first UNESCO world heritage title. The gardens attract both naturalists and learned botanists with its world-renowned botanical library, acres of varied vegetation and free admission. Many attractions punctuate a map of the gardens; However, we recommend you simply stroll through this magnificent sight and relax. That said, travelers to the National Orchid Garden for their countless floral varieties and their breathtaking colors. ...
Type of parks and gardens
2 hours to half a day of time to spend

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3. Marina Bay 
Marina Bay FREE

The Marina Bay district is considered Singapore's epicenter of tourism. Marina Bay is home to some of the city's main attractions and many entertainment options, such as the ArtScience Museum and The Float at Marina Bay (the largest floating stadium in the world). You will also find the Singapore Flyer, the Gardens of the Bay and Merion Park, which are among the best views of the city and overlooking the bay. Marina Bay is the seaside resort of Marina Bay Sands. You call it, this resort probably has a world-class casino, several nightclubs, theaters, shops and spectacular accommodations for the night. Plus, do not miss the SkyPark Sands, a raised outdoor hall that crowns the complex. ...
Type of entertainment and nightlife
Half a day to a full day to spend

4. Chinatown
FREE Chinatown

As a nation composed mainly of immigrants, Singapore has several ethnic enclaves. Chinatown is one of the biggest of them. Spread out in five neighborhoods, the area is full of varied things and teems with pedestrians crossing shops, restaurants and food stalls. ...
Type of shopping
2 hours to half a day of time to spend

5. Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo

When you're tired of the urban jungle, head to a jungle: the Singapore Zoo. This vast facility is divided into 11 different areas and has 12 exhibitions, offering many opportunities to get up close and meet various wildlife. Venture into the realm of primates and discover the life of the 39 species of primates that inhabit this area. Or visit the Elephants of Asia exhibition, where you will be able to meet the five big girls (all five elephants are women) from Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Indonesia. In addition to many exhibitions, you can also see animal shows, tours and safaris (the night safari is particularly popular), or even feed some animals. ... more
Type of zoos and aquariums
2 hours to half a day of time to spend

6.  Orchard Road 
Orchard Road

Every modern metropolis must have its commercial avenue. The Singapore version is Orchard Road. This electric boulevard vibrates under the hiss of cars, the buzz of neon lights and the slippage of credit cards, far from what it once was. Orchard Road takes its name from the presence of orchards, nutmeg plantations and pepper farms that dotted the region in the early nineteenth century. Today, the mile-long street is home to tons of restaurants and 47 superb shopping malls featuring upmarket brands, popular international retailers such as Zara and H & M, and local shops. The huge ION Orchard shopping complex is probably the centerpiece of the street. You will therefore inevitably be seduced by the names of designers and the flow of fashionable customers. ... more
Type of shopping
2 hours to half a day of time to spend
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7. Merlion Park 
Merlion Park

On Marina Bay, Merlion Park is home to one of Singapore's most recognizable landmarks. The statue of Merlion is the head of a lion with the body and tail of a fish, and the hybrid creature spits water from his mouth and into the bay. Measuring 28 feet tall, the statue may seem a little strange to the naked eye, but the statue is actually a nod to Singapore's history. The Merlion leader represents Singapore, the city's first name, meaning "lion city" in Malay. The tail and body of the fish symbolize Singapore's past as a small fishing town. Although the statue has gained all its fame, the panoramic view of the park on the bay is another notable highlight. Especially at night, the urban view with the spectacular Marina Bay Sands complex impresses visitors. Some travelers, however, complained of congestion and suggested visiting when the sun was not at its peak. ... more
Type of parks and gardens
Less than an hour of time to spend

8. Sentosa

Sentosa is an entire island dedicated to entertainment for all ages. You want family entertainment; head to Universal Studios Singapore, Adventure Cove Waterpark or S.E.A. Aquarium You want adventure; Hit iFly Singapore, Mega Adventure or The Flying Trapeze. You Need to Relax Next, head to the places where you claim miles of beaches, including Palawan Beach, the southernmost point of mainland Asia. And this is actually just part of the myriad activities you can do on Sentosa. ... more
Type of amusement parks
Half a day to a full day to spend

9. Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer

Since Chicago built one in 1893 for the World Expo, cities all over the world have realized that tourists really appreciate big wheels. In 2000, London built its famous Eye, measuring 44 meters high. But Singapore was quick to build the Flyer, which surpasses its British equivalent of nearly 20 meters. Since its opening in 2008, the 42-storey Flyer, considered Asia's largest observation wheel, offers visitors a 360-degree view of the Marina Bay cityscape. The attraction says that visitors can see neighboring Malaysia or Indonesia from the highest point of the observation wheel. ... more
Type of visit
2 hours to half a day of time to spend

10. Little India
Little India FREE

If you want to get away from the mainland, dive into Little India. This cultural enclave, located just over 3 km north-west of Marina Bay, has a dense network of streets and shops where you can find everything from garlands of flowers to scented spices and colorful fabrics. Start by browsing the shops of Serangoon Road, then venture into the narrow streets to discover real treasures. There is also

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