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Singapore, the Lion City, is a true melting pot of cultures with Chinese, Indians, Malays, and Eurasians co-existing together. Singapore might be one the most expensive cities in the world, but it’s also the cleanest, best planned, and probably one of the best cities to explore.
Languages: English, Malay, Mandarin, Tamil
Currency: Singapore Dollars
Driving Side: Left
Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world with a total land area of 728 square kilometers. That however does not bar Singapore from being one of the liveliest places in the world with plenty of amazing places to see and things to do.
Marina Bay Sands
The grand gateway to shiny Singapore is the Marina Bay Sands, a resort encompassing luxury hotels, high street shopping, exquisite gourmet restaurants, theatres, and the world’s first Art Science Museum.
Standing as an Unmissable wonder of architecture on the Singapore skyline, the opulent Marina Bay Sands complex is the country’s most prestigious landmark. The three 55 floor towers are connected by the boat-shaped Sky Park, an observation deck that presents magnificent vistas of the Marina South Pier all the way to the Singapore Strait. Located right on the Sky Park, is the Infinity Pool, acclaimed as the highest and longest pool in the world, stretching 150 meters 57 levels high. The pool is only open to guests of the hotel, but the Sky Park is open for all. The Shoppes at the Marina offers the most luxurious shopping experience in Singapore. An indoor canal meanders through the Shoppes area, that you can explore on a sampan. Restaurants here offer the finest gourmet experiences crafted by world-renowned chefs. Restaurants like Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, and Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda consistently create luxurious fine dining experiences, putting Singapore on the map as one of the greatest gourmet cities in the world. The Marina Bay Theatre also regularly presents international musicals such as The Lion King and concerts by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.
Gardens by the Bay
The Gardens by the Bay, located right next to the Marina Reservoir, is a massive, awe-inspiring attraction. Spanning over 250 acres of reclaimed land, the Gardens by the Bay hosts 18 magnificent tree-shaped vertical gardens, the Supertree Grove, the Flower Dome, the largest glass greenhouse in the world, and the Cloud Forest, a 35-meter tall mountain covered in lush vegetation and the world’s highest indoor waterfall.
The Supertree Grove is the main attraction of the Gardens with 18 vertical gardens standing around 20 to 25 meters tall. In the midst of these iconic tree-like structures, the Garden Rhapsody light show takes place, featuring kaleidoscopic colors and memorable melodies. The OCBC Skyway meanders through the grove at a height of 22 meters, from where you can enjoy splendid views of the grove and the light show.
The Flower Dome has been listed as one of the largest greenhouses of the world by Guinness World Records. Covering almost 2.9 acres, and with constant regulation of temperature and humidity, the Flower Dome features one of the most impressive displays of flora on Earth. From baobabs and bottle trees to Australian, Mediterranean, and South American gardens, the Flower Dome has it all.
Right next to the Flower Dome stands the Cloud Forest, a 35-meter tall mountain covered with vegetation and featuring the world’s highest indoor waterfall. A man-made forest with controlled weather, the Cloud Forest features plant life from tropical highlands and is a great place to learn about rare plants in the world and their fast-disappearing environments.
Tucked away from the intense pace of Singapore is Clarke Quay, the city’s favorite go-to spot after a long hustle. This historic pier, named after the first governor of Singapore, was the first trade port in Singapore. These days, the storage facilities and warehouses of the yesteryears have been turned into iconic cafes and restaurants, and Clarke Quay has become a revitalized district for arts, entertainment, dining, nightlife, and other activities.
Food is at the heart of Clarke Quay. The tastes from all over the world can be found in this little area. From Continental to Indian, Middle Eastern to Peruvian, Clarke Quay offers the world on a platter. Another one of Clarke Quay’s claims to fame is its vibrant nightlife. Some of Singapore’s biggest nightclubs such as Zouk, Attica, and F.Club are located in the area. Underground spots such as Headquarters by the Council offer an array of experimental musical takes that are far away from the billboard bangers.
Clarke Quay might be a delightful place for a brunch or a hangout, but it is still bustling with history. Fort Canning Park or the Forbidden Hill, a few meters away, is where the British colonial founder of Singapore, Stamford Raffles built his residence. Some of the earliest buildings and graves from the colonial era are found here. The Forbidden Hill is also prominent for Malays as the first kings of Singapore are also buried here. A shrine dedicated to king Parameswara stands tall, as it is believed that he was buried atop the Forbidden Hill.
Singapore is a big bang in a small package. The experiences you can have here are endless, diverse and will keep you coming back for more.
Things to Do in Singapore
From bird safaris to nightlife, food walks and shopping to history tours, there are a plethora of amazing things to do in Singapore.
Singapore Zoo and Night Safari
The Singapore Zoo is considered to be one the best zoos in the world. The zoo is spread out over 28 hectares of lush natural habitat like enclosures with wildlife from around the globe roaming the landscapes. The man made Great Rift Valley, known for its cascading waterfalls is home to Nubian Ibexes, mongoose and baboons. The Fragile Forest is a great place to hang around with two toed sloths and lemurs and catch glimpses of flying foxes. The Frozen Tundra features animals such as polar bears and racoons while the Primate Kingdom is home to monkeys from around the world.
Next to the Singapore Zoo on the city's northern fringes the Night Safari Wildlife Park is a truly amazing experience. Open only in the evenings, from 7.30 pm to midnight, the park features eerie nightly tours to the turf of nocturnal creatures such as tigers, alligators and fishing cats. You can explore the park on foot through meandering pathways or on the electric tram that runs the perimeter.
Admire creatures of the deep at the S.E.A. Aquarium
The S.E.A. Aquarium is the world's largest aquarium. Located on Sentosa Island, the aquarium houses 49 marine habitats and more than 100,000 sea creatures. The state-of-the-art aquarium provides you a once-in-a-lifetime experience of a truly breathtaking journey through the world's most diverse marine ecosystems. Stroll through the shark tunnel, where different species of sharks such as the hammerhead, silvertip, and sandbar sharks swim above your head and learn about the watery ecosystems of Lake Malawi, Bay of Bengal, the South China Sea, the Red Sea and coastal mangroves. Spot surreally lit jellyfish, enormous deep-sea octopus, and monstrous ocean spiders.
Enjoy panoramic views on the Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer is one of the world's largest observation wheels overlooking the Marina Bay. The 165m tall Ferris wheel offers half an hour of awe-inspiring views of the Marina Bay, the skyline of Singapore, and even the distant ships out in the South China Sea. This symbol of the city's incredible skyline is the world's second-largest observation wheel, after the High Rollers in Las Vegas.
Dive into the rich history of Singapore
From the impressive displays at the National Museum of Singapore to colonial sites at Fort Canning, from the early 20th-century architecture of Geylang Street to the exquisite exhibits at the Asian Civilisations Museum, the glitzy city hides a lot of history in its midst. Walkthrough living galleries and discover the culture of the city through fashion, food, photography and film. Grand displays of Southeast Asian cultures are arranged in the Penarakan Museum and the grand Asian Civilizations Museum. The galleries and museums of the city often hold themed exhibitions complete with feasts, religious and other traditions.
Set Sail to Singapore with Dook
Singapore is a wild feast for the senses. From awesome food to rich history, from amazing natural wonders to manmade spectacles, Singapore will keep you awestruck and utterly captivated. Dook Travels offers amazing Singapore tour packages covering a multitude of experiences. Come experience the magic of Singapore, with Dook's crafted tour packages to Singapore.