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Interesting Places in Singapore

The city/nation/country of Singapore makes you aware of the fact that it has blended the past with the present. If you are planning for a visit to this nation then you should make the effort to stay at this nation for quiet a few days, as there is so much to experience at this exciting nation.
Singapore is interesting in the sense that it is the home to interesting places of visit, which are:

Sentosa Island - One of the most popular islands of Singapore. The places of visit at this island are the Underwater World, the Merilon, the Volcano Island, the Fantasy Island, Fort Siloso, Butterfly Market and Insect Kingdom, Museum, Maritime Museum, Central Beach and the Sentosa Orchid Garden.

China Town - Well known for the ancient temples and the old shop houses that sell antique pieces as well as other kinds of products, which you can pick up as a souvenir from this nation.
Little India - Markets and shop that display Indian products and at this place just gorge on the delicious Indian cuisine that has been made with Indian spices.

Kampong Glam - It features the Sultan Mosque, largest mosque of the nation/country/island of Singapore that was constructed in the year 1928 and the Istana Kampong Glam that got converted to the Malay heritage park.

Geylang Serai - Hub of the community of the Malay.

Singapore Discovery Center - It got inaugurated in the year 1996 on the 23rd of June.

Haw Par Villa - The most fascinating park of this nation.

Singapore Zoo – Get closer to nature- The night safari program at Singapore Zoo lasts for 40 minutes. The tram ride program lets visitors come in contact with wild animals from various parts of the world such as Equatorial Africa and foothills of Himalaya. An added bonus is the live commentary on the animals and birds they might encounter en route.

Singapore Flyer – get a glimpse of the breathtaking landscape-At 165 meters from the ground Singapore Flyer is the tallest observation wheel in the world. With the flyer visitors can rest assured that they will get to see some of the best views of Marina Bay and the whole city as well. To add to this there are various restaurants and shops nearby whereby tourists can enjoy to their hearts’ content.The facility stays open for 08:30 to 22:30 hours everyday.

Mount Faber – come and ride the cable car-The top of Mount Faber enables tourists are able to see magnificent views of the harbor and the southern islands such as Sentosa. The cafeteria is an ideal place for seeing the city in its full glory after the day comes to an end. Tickets for the cable car ride can be obtained from counters that are spread throughout The Jewel Box, Sentosa Tour Desk and HarbourFront Tower 2.

Boat Quay – the changing faces of Singapore-The boat quay is an important part of the overall Singapore touring experience. The tour kicks off from Parliament House Landing Steps that are located close to Raffle’s Landing Site. The journey normally takes half an hour but acquaints tourists with the socio-economic diversity that is reflected in the city’s landscape.

Esplanade – entertainment galore-One of the major attractions at Singapore, Esplanade Mall occupies a total area of 8000 square meters. There is a commendable group of retail, entertainment and lifestyle establishments that are spread across three levels. Shopaholics can be assured of a wonderfully unprecedented experience thanks to its diverse range – show merchandise, home decorations, flowers, music instruments shops and customized hand lotions.

VivoCity – the ultimate shopping experience-VivoCity is the biggest shopping mall in Singapore. It is located close to Keppel Harbour at HarbourFront. The mall started functioning from December 2006 onwards and then has gone from strength to strength attracting at least 4.2 million shoppers. The entertainment and culinary options at the mall are perfect compliments to the shopping set ups. The architecture of this shopping destination has been its major hallmark and sets it apart from similar establishments in the city. VivoCity also has the biggest multiplex with 2,293 seats distributed among 15 screens.

Clark Quay – the address of life-Clark Quay is located near Singapore River’s source – it is one place that is always throbbing with lot of vivacity and positivity. The establishments that once used to be storage houses are now restaurants, entertainment locations, wine bars and retail shops that set alight the entire place.

St. James Power Station –the hub of entertainment-The center for entertainment in Singapore is St. James Power Station. It is also the biggest of its kind in the Asian city. There are nine outlets at the station that are as similar as chalk and cheese, with their diverse musical themes. There are plenty of options ranging from mando-pop to contemporary dance and jazz to world music.

Downtown East – fun for all-Downtown East was earlier known as NTUC Lifestyle World. It is located in the vicinity of Pasir Ris Park. It takes 10 minutes to get to the location from Changi International Airport by car. It was inaugurated formally on November 5,, 2000. It has several facilities such as theme parks, retail shops, resorts, gaming center, food and beverage outlets and children’s club. It has been built over an area of 14.7 hectares.

Fountain of Wealth – love and memories galore-Located at Suntec City, Fountain of Wealth is the biggest of its kind across the world. The fountain is supposed to bring good fortune to people who encircle it three times in an anticlockwise motion while in contact with the fountain’s water.

Kusu Island Singapore-It is also known as Tortoise Island and is Southern Island of Singapore. It is a beautiful place to visit and one can spend time with their loved ones.

Saint John's Island Singapore-It is also a Southern Island of Singapore and is previously known as Pulau Sakijang Bendera. It is a nice place to enjoy the beauty of nature

Istana-This is the residence of President of Singapore and has got a unique design with beautiful gardens which are well shaped. Another interesting activity that takes place here is Changing of Guards, which is a Parade that happens during the first Sunday of each month.

Asian Civilizations Museum -It is inside the Empress Place Building and has the gallery of area 14,000 square meters.Also the interesting thing is that it has 1,500 artifacts that reflects the culture of Singaporeans.


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Last Updated on : 27th June 2012

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