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Tourist Attractions in Singapore


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Having the combination of cultures of Asia and Europe, the destination of Singapore, which is home to graceful colonial buildings, modern skyscrapers and centuries-old street markets, is one of the great cities in the globe. Here is the detail of the top tourist attractions in the multi-cultural city of Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands

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Home to a luxury hotel, an endless collection of shops, restaurants, other entertainment services, an Art & Science Museum, theater, a convention center (one of the largest in Asia), the integrated resort of the Marina Bay Sands, which also has an indoor skating rink created with synthetic ice, is the most expensive building in the world.

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Singapore Flyer

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Counted as one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the world, the Singapore Flyer, which provides the benefits of the stunning glimpses below, is a giant Ferris wheel in Singapore. Each of its 28 cars, which circle above the city, can hold up to 28 people. Disabled guests can be accommodated in wheelchairs of the Flyer with advance notice. The terminal of the Flyer, which is situated in Marina Bay, is home to three floors of restaurants, other services and shops.

 Singapore Botanical Gardens

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Having the first children’s garden of the world, Singapore Botanical Gardens, which is suitable for a budget of every tourist for being most of the gardens free of cost, is home to more than 60,000 species of animals and plants. Only National Orchid Garden, which is the most explored section of the Botanical Gardens, is chargeable. The tropical greenery of the gardens is raved about by the past visitors.

 Orchard Road

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Flanked by several up market restaurants, malls, coffee chains, hotels, nightclubs and cafes and daily flocked by the foreign tourists as well as locals, Orchard Road, which got its name from the fruit orchards led to by the road, is the major shopping street of Singapore and also the site of the official residence of the President of Singapore, the Istana.

 Resorts World Sentosa

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Situated on an island at a distance from the southern coast of Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, which is a Singaporean destination in itself, is the property with its features of theme parks, a casino, restaurants, hotels. About the sea, you can visit the attractions like Dolphin Island, Marine Life Park, an aquarium and a water park. Other attractions are nightly entertainment and Universal Studios Singapore. This resort is furnished with over 60 dining choices for hungry guests.

 Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

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Situated in central Chinatown and constructed by the Chinese, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, which has a tooth relic of Buddha, also has the features of other arts and culture of the Buddhists of Singapore.

 Clarke Quay

Situated at the mouth of the Singapore River and still being an occurring place today, Clarke Quay, which is one of the key tourist attractions in Singapore, is another part of the past of this splendid and magnificent city. The Quay has been the commercial hub of Singapore during the late 19th century.

 

Others

Apart from these, Singapore is home to other attractions such as Gardens By the Bay, Night Safari and Raffles Hotel. These attractions have made Singapore famous among its visitors from every nook and corner of the world.

 

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