Singapore attracts tourists by the beauty of the mix of Asia and Europe cultures. Although the Singapore government’s relatively rather strict with people and tourists, surely you will be hard to resist the beauty of this multicultural country. Here are top 7 tourist attractions in Singapore:
- The Orchard Road
Orchard Road is a paradise of entertainment and shopping in Singapore. It is popular with both local residents and foreign tourists. Along the stress are numerous commercial centers, many luxurious restaurants, a chain of cafes, bars and flashy hotel. This place is the most advanced and fashionable in Singapore.
- Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is part of Singapore past which is still exist today. As one of the key tourism destinations of the country, Clarke Quay is very bustle with a plentiful of unique fashion boutiques, antique shops, trendy café, jazz clubs … This is a entertaining cultural picture and colorful cuisine of Asia and Europe culture.
- Night Safari Zoo
Lion island bring you new and interesting discoveriesthe first night zoo in the world- Night Safari. Opening operation from 1994, Night Safari is a top tourist attraction of Singapore, it attracts more than 1 million visitors each year. You can stroll along the trails, discover the habits of the animals and see the unique animal circushere. Night Safari is the most interesting wild adventure you should not ignore when visit Singapore.
- Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is a new tourist attraction of Singapore island nation. The park is located right downtown, consists of 3 main areas: Bay Central, Bay East and Bay South. It is well-known by the height and giant of the trees here and art nightly light streaming. You will truly marvel at the size and the creativity of the people of Singapore.
- Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
The temple is a monument located between Chinatown with the architecture style of Tang Dynasty, which often takes place of religious art exhibition in Singapore. Visitors can discover many interesting things about art and religion of the native population here.
- Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer – giant ferris”Wheels” was inaugurated in 2008 with 165mheight, including 28 cabins fitted with air conditioning, each cabin can accommodate 28 people one turn. Especially, ferris serves disabled guests in wheelchairs. Located on Marina Bay, you will be overwhelmed by the beautiful scenery of the lion island nation from the top of Singapore Flyer.
- Raffles Hotel
Raffles Hotel which is famous for charming colonial style is considered valuable heritage jewel of Singapore. Hotels has operated since 1887, and it has been the destination of many famous writers such as Ernest Hemingway, Somerset Maugham andRudyard Kipling. Raffles has 15 restaurants and bars and we can not ignore Long Bar – birthplace of the Singapore Sling cocktail legends.