Top Attractions for those Visiting Singapore

By on May 24, 2015

With the bustling economies of nations in the East such as Shanghai, Hong Kong, Beijing and Tokyo improving on a monthly basis, these destinations are making their effects felt in the West and have brought about a new push of tourism over in such travel destinations. One location that has been popular for a many number of years to Westerners, but is also finding new strengths, is Singapore.

Although the main city centre builds up with skyscrapers and increases its modern edge as an effect of its successes, this doesn’t mean that the history is being cut out. Yes, some of the main attractions are now impressive concrete structures, but the natural element is certainly still available. Here are some of the best locations to take a look at in Singapore:

Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo

Singapore’s Zoo is the perfect place to start your day; not only is it an easy going attraction, but it also has an early opening time that allows you to beat the heat and the crowds. It is also brilliant for those travelling as a family, with many attractions and activities for the children, as well as various things to see for everybody else, including the Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and the River Safari.

Marina Bay

Marina Bay

Located in Singapore’s Central Area, Marina Bay has become one of the landmark sights for those visiting the destination. Easily the most popular attraction at the bay is the three tower arrangement of the bay’s top hotel; each tower offering a sublime view of the city centre from their roof terraces. Marina Bay’s reputation has been heightened in recent years thanks to the annual Formula 1 race held each year around the bay’s roads.

MacRitchie Nature Trail

MacRitchie Nature Trail

For those looking for the more natural angles of Singapore, a short drive outside the city centre will find the MacRitchie nature trail, with the TreeTop walk a particular highlight of this Singapore attraction. The MacRitchie Reservoir is also a sight to behold, but the surrounding reserve is just as break-taking as you navigate through thick forest areas.

One Comment

  1. Miranda

    July 18, 2015 at 1:49 am

    I’d like to find out more? I’d want to find out more details.

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