Singapore Travel Guide: What to Do

SingaporeSingapore is an island nation bordered in the north by the Johore Strait, which separates it from the Malay Peninsula. Singapore has been consistently recognised as one of the best places to live, work, invest and have fun.

This island state is packed with so many attractions that you need to book an excellent Singapore attractions package and spend more than a week to truly enjoy the place.

For Nature Lovers

Singapore is home to some of the world’s finest natural parks, animal sanctuaries, botanical gardens and zoological theme parks. Try to immerse yourself in the experience of night time animal watching at the Singapore Night Safari. If you don’t like going out at night, then visit the Singapore Zoo or the Jurong Bird Park. A trip to the Underwater World and the Marine Life Park will amaze you at just how diverse marine life is all over the world. You may also visit the Singapore Botanical Gardens if you love plants.

For Thrill Seekers

Resorts World Sentosa just happens to be Singapore’s premier theme park top-billed by Universal Studios Singapore. Connected to the mainland by monorail, cable car and a special road to and from the resort island, Sentosa is a haven for thrill-seekers and adventurers. With differently themed attractions and unique rides and entertainment, Resorts World Sentosa has everything for the whole family or for a group of friends.

For Shopaholics

Singapore has some of the world’s finest shopping malls. However, rummaging through the tons of merchandise of the many street market stalls of Singapore can prove to be a more fun experience than going on a shopping spree on some high-end mall. Try the Mustafa Centre on Little India, Bugis Street, Lucky Plaza, Far East Plaza and the Anchorpoint Shopping Centre. For electronics, Sim Lim Square is the place to be. Chinatown will also be a great area to explore.

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Other Places of Interest

Your trip to Singapore will not be complete without visiting other attractions such as the Singapore Flyer, the Gardens by the Bay and the Marina Bay Sands. Take a river cruise down the historic Singapore River and you will be treated to a historical journey of Singapore’s rise to world-class status.

Having fun in Singapore greatly depends on your idea of fun. For some it may be shopping, while for others it will be being close to nature. Others may equate it with thrill rides and entertainment. However you define fun, Singapore is sure to have one just for you.