Singapore is an island city-state in the southern tip of Malay Peninsula, and the Lion City attracts millions of tourists every year! On this island you have a variety of activities and sights to experience, with Singapore offering a happy combination of exciting activities. From majesty and luxury at the Raffles Hotelto the modesty in the markets of Bugis Junction, there’s so much to see in Singapore that it is hard to know where to start. Singapore is a perfect destination for an exotic vacation with the family, and because the landscape is continuously changing, there’s always something new and refreshing to try. Now let’s take a look at the attractions in Singapore you simply can’t miss this year.
The Merlion Park
The Merlion Park is the national emblem of Singapore.It was created in 1972 as a tourist attraction and it is very fascinating, especially at night.The Merlion is located in the park with the same name, and it is a symbol of Singapore.The statue represents a lion head with a fish body, with a height of 8.6m, weighing 70 tons.From here you have a great overview over the city, and if you pay a fee of $8 you can get inside the statue to live an experience like no other! The lion with a fish body is the main tourist attraction of Singapore, so it’s certainly recommended that you see it if you’re travelling the city this year.
No matter where you travel in the world, visiting a zoo is always a great experience, and the Singapore Zoo is no exception! Singapore Zoological Garden is the eleventh best zoo in the world, and it was opened to the public on 23 June 1973. Currently, it occupies an area of 28 acres and visitors can see more than 2, 530 animals here!The zoo is famous for its incredible landscapes, which simulate a variety of natural habitats. Furthermore, it has many unique attractions, and the most famous is the Jungle Breakfast, where visitors can actually sit and eat with some of the animals. You can also feed the elephants or take pictures with orangutans.
Singapore Botanical Gardens
Singapore Botanical Gardens are a huge national park that spans 70 acres. It is open to visitors every day from 5 am until midnight and the entry is free.Here you can see all the colors and varieties of flowers, herbs, exotic fruit trees, giant bamboo, the three lakes and various birds that populate them.If you are lucky, you can also the meet green snakes, turtles and iguanas! Inside the park is the largest orchid garden from Asia. It occupies 3 acres and houses over 1, 000 species of orchids.The Orchid Garden is truly a special place and with special flowers, and you will be certainly enchanted by the scent of the beautiful orchids.
Sentosa Island is the main tourist attraction of the country, and is visited by millions of tourists every year.The most spectacular way to reach the island, but also the most expensive, is the gondola lift, from where you can see almost all the Sentosa Island attractions. The lift takes you to the other side of the island in just 12 minutes and gives you a beautiful view (360 degrees) of the city, especially at night. The cheapest way to experience the island is the long bridge – Sentosa Boardwalk.Over 70% of the island is covered by tropical forest, so the view from the bridge is wonderful.
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