Singapore- The Fantasy Island

The republic of Singapore, located on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula is a small yet greatly urban nation well-known for its artistic landscapes and scenic beauty. All in all it is a fantasy island you will fancy going to.

  • Amusement parks:- When you are on the lookout for amusement parks in Singapore, you will always have the best at your service. Take for example the Universal Studios Theme Park in Sentosa Island. The second of its kind to have opened in Asia, this park had a record two million visitors in the first nine months since its opening in October 2009. It has been projected that the exclusivity of this Singapore Amusement Park will be retained for the next thirty years. But, hold your breath: for this lavish set-up is only a part of the Resorts World Sentosa, the fantasy island, its other attractions being Singapore’s two casinos and a Marine Life Park which houses the world’s largest oceanarium.
  • Marina Bay Sands:- The Resort World is one of the most luxurious casino properties besides Marina Bay Sands. The Marina Bay Sands is unquestionably the most luxurious standalone casino property. Built alongside a resort which boasts of 2,561 rooms and 1,300,000 square foot convention exhibition centre, this casino occupies the central position in Singapore entertainment guide. The Marina Sand bay malls is the ultimate proud home to posh shops, a couple of state-of-the-art theatres, the world’s largest casino ,one museum, an array of celebrity chef restaurants, , an ice skating rink, and floating Crystal Pavilions .
  • Singapore- the Ultimate Alcohol-Abode:- For those who are looking for that ultimate Bacchanalean revelry in Singapore, here’s the good news! You will never run short of options!! Most prominent among them, Atrium-inspired Zouk is the gateway to a definitive bar experience. The 2000 capacity bar laces a spacious dance floor. For art lovers, let it be known that this bar actually boasts of Keith Haring and Andy Warhol originals! When in Singapore, don’t forget to visit Oosters Brasserie and order from an endless list of Belgian Beers and trappist ales. This is the only place where you can order custom-made mussels! Another off-beat entertainment spot is the Archipelago brewery with their definitive Asian-accented beers. They are located at the Y-junction of the slightly sleazy Circular Road! Located at only a ten minutes’ walking distance from the B03 Bus-stop on Holland Road, the Wine Network is a gem of a find in the list of Singapore’s places of entertainment. You can order wine as cheap or expensive, sit inside or enjoy the view and brew of the colonial barracks at the deck of this unassuming place that ironically spells sheer class.
  • Cinema Goer’s Entertainment Guide:- Love Cinema? Get the ultimate gold-class cinematic experience for $25 at Golden Village located on the third floor of the Great World City Mall. With adjustable seats, customized tables and personal chefs catering to your every demand, a cinema going experience could not have been more enticing!
  • Home to Art:- Singapore is the hub of classical and contemporary art. The Arts House one of oldest government building of Singapore, that doubles up as an arts centre. Opened in 2004, it patronizes visual, performative arts and theatre. From national to international artists, you find performances ranging from an impromptu comic piece to avant-garde musical compositions, all happening right here. The Tan Swie Hian Museum, Red Dot Design Museum are also must-visits for art-lovers visiting Singapore. For an off-the-beaten-track experience, you can also visit the Art Retreat which is the repository of rare Chinese contemporary art.
  • So what are you waiting for? Next time you visit Singapore, plunge into its assorted array of pleasures!

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