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Places you must visit in Singapore

Although the whole Singapore is full of many amazing and beautiful places which fill you with never-ending joy and freshness, there are a few places you should never miss. Every person prefers different places and finds different activities interesting but following places are sure to win the heart of all visitors.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa, a lovely island resort, situated quite close to Singapore main land is a place which offers you many beautiful panoramic sights and other fun activities. It is undoubtedly one of the must-see places in Singapore. Begin the fun with cable car ride and experience the never-ending excitement at Sentosa Island.
Sentosa boasts the largest underwater world in South East Asia. It shows you the amazing and inspiring beauty beneath the sea. Home to a variety of fish and other underwater vegetation, it is a pleasure to watch.

Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo is another place which attracts a huge number of visitors. The place is world-wide for its variety of animals and excellent ancestry. From Chinese pandas to orangutans to rarely seen white tigers – you find all kinds of animals. So whenever you come to Singapore, do not forget to visit this place. It brings interests to all age groups; whether kids or grown-ups. Remember to go for the Night Safari, a night tour of the zoo when you watch these animals in the silent darkness of night. Natural barriers like streams, rock walls and vegetations are developed to separate animals from the visitors.


If interested in the culture and sights of the largest ethnic group in Singapore, then you should head towards Chinatown. Bubbling with little curio shops and various cultural activities, Chinatown is a must to visit.. Once you arrive there, do not miss out the opportunity to try local food. The market is also known for traditional Chinese stuff such as medicinal herbs and mahjong sets.

Little India

This little corner of Singapore is known for its charm as you experience Indian culture while visiting Little India. From traditional temples to typical Indian cuisine, you find all.

Boat Quay

Come Friday night and Boat Quay seems full of fun and activities as most of the working professionals gather here to relax and enjoy. Though the place always keeps busy with several activities going on, weekends see people pubbing and partying throughout the night.

The Merlion

The mascot of Singapore, the Merlion symbolizes courage, resilience and strength of the country and its people. This huge 8-meter high statue stands at the mouth of Singapore River and a must-see place.

Orchard Road

One of the most happening places in Singapore is Orchard Road. This main commercial street is a heaven for all the shoppers. Stretching about 2.5 kilometres and having several shopping malls, this road is believed to be the largest such road in the world.

Jurong Bird Park

Known for its concept of openness, this bird park is a home to more than 600 species of birds. Jurong Bird Park is the largest of its kind in Asia Pacific region. Adding to its beauty is the world’s tallest man-made waterfall. The park is also famous for All Star Bird Show held on international level.
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