Though not own stunning beaches nor ideal place to attract adventurous tourists, Singapore has a lot of interesting things that make visitors marvele and suprise.
MICA building with với 911 windows which were painted with many bright colors such as: green, red, yellow, blue… It will be attract your attention when going through the streets of the Civic District area.
Located on 57 floors of the hotel Marina Bay Sands, you can easily contemplate the stunning views of the Marina Bay financial district as well as the entire city of Singapore from this pool.
Gardens by the Bay spans 101 hectares and it is the most attractive destination for tourists of the Lion island nation.
Wonderful light and water music show every night at the Marina Bay Sands casino resort attracts many visitors to enjoy. There are 2 shows at 20h and 21h30 from Monday to Thursday, and more one at 23h on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Merlion Park – Merlion Park is a sight located on the shores of Marina Bay, at One Fullerton near Central Business District (CBD). Due to the wide overarching views of the city, this waterfront park has become a landmarkand attracts millions of travelers visit every year when traveling to Singapore.
Clarke Quay is located on the Singapore River has a history nearly 150 years. In ancient times, it was a relatively poor fishing village, gradually developed and over time Clarke Quay has become a busy commercial port.
Boat Quay is a place which you can not ignore when coming to Lion island. This is the area with the perfect combination among the outdoor cafes, bars and upscale restaurants. Having a convenient location which is close to the office buildings, Boat Quay is considered the favorite leisure places for not only office workers here, but also foreigners working in Singapore.
Sri Mariamman Hindu is the oldest temple in Singapore, it was built in 1827. In particular, coming to Sri Mariamman Temple in October and November every year, visitors will be participating in the Theemithi festival (festival goes on fire) which is held here.
To travel to Singapore and visit Chinatown street markets, travelers will have a chance to return to the past while looking at the items from the past along with modern items.
Haji Lane in Kampong Glam is only a narrow alley with many cute little shops but fashionistas will feel crazy when going for a walk here.
Kampong Glam is a famous and ancient region in Singapore, it was named after the Gelam tree which used to grow in the are. Furthermore, Kampong Glam was also an important historic site of the Royal Malay in Singapore.
And finally, if you want to shopping with little money, you can go to Bugis Street. There are many markets that sell all kinds of clothes, shoes, accessories and food stalls with comfortable prices.