Most Singaporeans bemoan and grumble that there’s not much left for them to do after a round of shopping therapy and tickling taste buds with a sumptuous lunch or dinner. Just pay no heed to them. But if you’re visiting Singapore on a tight schedule and can’t afford to spend more than three days, you’d be having a hard time drawing up a list of the top 10 things to do in Singapore. The following list might help.
1.Sentosa delights: ‘Sentosa’ literally means peace and calmness. But you’ll have such a lot to see and do in Sentosa that you’d find it hard to unravel what makes Sentosa so peaceful. See if you can pack in Sentosa Luge & Skyride, Azzure Beach Club, MegaZip Adventure Park, Fort Siloso, Sentosa CineBlast, Sentosa 4D Magic in your list. But don’t miss out on standing in front of the Merlion Statue or scaling the Tiger Sky Tower.
3.The Esplanade: Most cities around the world have their esplanades and Singapore too has one. Visit the Esplanade after sunset to take in the breathtaking views of the harbour that resembles a bouquet of glittering jewelleries. The Marina Bay Sands Resort dazzles in front of your eyes and the Merlion looks magical and enigmatic.
4.The Singapore Zoo: The Singapore Zoo is one of the largest in the world with a total area of 69 acres and has over 2500 animals some of which are endangered. If you’re taking children along be sure to visit the Jurong Bird Park, enjoy the Night Safari, and take a cruise along the River Safari.
5.Universal Studios: It is Singapore’s original theme park with an amazing array of roller coaster rides, parks and other attractions that’ll surely bring the child out in you. Once you buy your tickets at the entrance all rides are free. Be sure to check out the themed zones of Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Far Far Away, Madagascar, Ancient Egypt and The Lost World.
6.Little India: If you’ve been planning to visit India for quite sometime now but have not been able to transform your wishes into reality, here’s your chance. The moment you enter Little India, a small yet bustling neighbourhood set amidst a Singapore of towering buildings and skyscrapers all around, you’ll get a feel of what it’s like to be in India. Expect to find anything you can imagine-from a good luck charm or amulet to a bottle of fiery pickles to the best DVD drive for your laptop.
8.The Double Helix Bridge, Marina Bay: The Double Helix Bridge is not just another run off the mill bridge but an architectural marvel that can provide the perfect backdrop for a photo-op. Helixes of steel overlap each other. Walk along the bridge’s balustrade at night and take snaps of the night lighting that keeps changing faster than your mood swings!
9.A rejuvenating massage at Healing Touch: After you tire out of all that hopping and gambolling in Singapore you’d need to rest your weary feet and get yourself a full body massage. Just head to the Healing Touch for that body massage that’ll knead your worries away. Choose from the locations of Thomson, Novena, River Valley or Tampines Branch.
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