Singapore, munch along!
Singapore has so much to offer travelers, as one of the fastest growing countries in Southeast Asia that you need to have a map with you at all times. It’s one of the most expensive places to live in but it’s not that expensive to travel to. Singapore has much to offer with its diverse cuisine, world-class attractions, copious shopping, and vibrant nightlife. After you’ve visited once and have experienced many Singapore activities, you won’t hesitate to come back for more.
Places to visit
Visit the Singapore zoo, spacious, naturalistic enclosures and interactive attractions. Get up close to orang-utans and dodge Malaysian flying foxes. Don’t miss feasting your eyes on the Super trees at the Gardens by the bay, at heights of 80-160 feet, the metal structures have roughly 200 species of orchids, ferns, and other tropical plants coating their structure and forming a lush, colorful skin. After that you can visit Sentosa, a little island but it packs the punch with spots like the Universal Studios and the Tiger Tower, Asia’s tallest observation tower. Visit the former British naval base of Fort Siloso located on Sentosa. It’s the only preserved fort on the coast of Singapore and provides a fantastic look into the city-state’s complicated history. Here you can also hang out at the Bora Bora Beach Bar or try the cable car sky dining experience. Visit the Merlion park to site the Singapore mascot which has the head of a lion and body of a fish. Head for Boat Quay to have some fun time as it is full of activities and is the place to go for dining and entertainment. Carry a camera to click the skyscrapers and bizarre statues along the river.
The extremely colorful, Mariamman temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore and was built in 1827 in here. It’s known for curing diseases and illness.
For shopping and street food, wander around Chinatown, the streets are filled with temples, craft shops, stalls, and restaurants and is a great place to pick up a bargain. The extremely colourful, Mariamman temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore and was built in 1827 in here. It’s known for curing diseases and illness. You must visit the MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Singapore Botanical Gardens and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve to experience lush flora and fauna and to get lost in nature. Admire the Thian Hock Keng Temple, stunning architecture makes it one of the most photogenic buildings you’re likely to see in Singapore. Don’t miss the National Gallery of Singapore and The Indian Heritage Centre, it has breath taking collection. At last make sure you watch the light show at Marina Bay Sands, it’s spectacular with projections and awesome music, it takes place every night. Also visit the cloud forest, you’ll be amazed by the scenic beauty and will also learn about rare plants.
Places to stay and munch at
The best places to stay in while in Singapore are: The Great Madras, Hotel G Singapore and Hotel YAN. The best places to munch in good food are: For local cuisine, Hua Yu Wee Seafood, Beach Road Kitchen and IndoChili. For Indian cuisine, MTR Singapore, The Curry Culture and Aromas of India.
Spend a day in Singapore and you’ll soon see why it’s one of the top tourist destinations in Asia. If there existed a utopic city in the world today, then that city would be Singapore!