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Singapore is Often Described As a Playground For The Wealthy

Singapore is Often Described As a Playground For The Wealthy

Singapore is often described as a playground for the wealthy, and it is true that this small country has a certain sheer of wealth. However, Singapore offers more than just luxury shopping malls, luxury hotels, and delicious food (but it’s worth it if you can afford it). There are also relics of history and ethnic diversity that can be found here. As a Playground For The Wealthy Along with a variety of family-friendly, for couples and honeymoon attractions and beautiful public focus areas that are capable of making your visit to this futuristic little city worthwhile. Don’t miss Places to Visit in Singapore with Girlfriend.

Singapore has an excellent public transport system that makes traveling around easy and comfortable.

Continue reading this list of places of interest in Singapore. As a Playground For The Wealthy Universal Studios Singapore Hollywood movie fans must be hyper when they come to Universal Studios Singapore , aren’t they interested in Hollywood? The hyper will also go up later, because the attractions near here aren’t playing catch-up anymore. Among the best nearby are the Revenge of the Mummy roller coaster (seriously horror), Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, Transformer the Ride 3D, Enchanted Airways mini roller coaster, Madagascar: As a Playground For The Wealthy A Crate Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure and many more!

Universal Studios Singapore

For your information, the Battle Star Galactica roller coaster available at Universal Studios Singapore is the tallest roller coaster in the world, so, for those of you who like to play something extreme, don’t miss the opportunity to play this roller coaster okay?

Gardens by the Bay

Covering an area of ​​101 hectares, this exciting Gardens by the Bay holiday destination is another natural flora attraction found in Singapore. Gardens by the Bay is divided into three parts, namely Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay South Garden. This is also where the tallest indoor waterfall in the world is located. It feels like, once you enter this park, it’s like you don’t want to go out, it’s beautiful, again if you come at night around 7.00pm-9.00pm because at this time the neon lights will open and illuminate the trees in this park. Unable to express in words her beauty.

National Museum of Singapore

Opened in 1849, the National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in the country. If you look at the design of this building, it is obvious how this building has existed for a long time with a combination of Renaissance and Neo-Palladian in its architecture. Although it is an old museum, the exhibition inside this museum is quite fun to see and experience? Yes, there is room for you to experience an ‘immersive experience’ where you are in a dark room and surrounded by videos showing daily life in Singapore with background music that makes your experience feel more exciting. This is a new one, want to know what else is best? Let’s go to the National Museum of Singapore together.

Merlion Park

Remember Singapore, remember this Merlion monument. If you and your family go to Singapore, if you don’t take a picture with the monument of the country’s pride, it doesn’t feel like a complete holiday. The monument located in Merlion Park has a unique design, never seen life like this, but, this is the symbol of Singapore, a developed country that was initially just a fishing village called Temasek. Just found out, right?

Singapore Flight Experience

Want to be a pilot and want to know what it’s like to sit in this pilot room? If so, let’s go to the Singapore Flight Experience ! Here you can sit in the pilot seat of the Boeing 737 Flight Simulator. Surprisingly, you can bring one or two other people to the cabin, it’s not cheap, but it’s a fun dream to be here. Once inside, you just choose where you want to land. Quite realistic! In accordance with the price paid, right?

Jurong Bird Park

For little ones, seeing these high-flying animals up close will definitely be a wonderful and fun memory for them. Not a few birds are here, but 8000 birds out of 600 bird species that you can see at Jurong Bird Park. The birds found here come from various countries in Southeast Asia, Europe, South America to Africa, happy story, almost all over the world.

Singapore Zoo

Animal lovers must not want to miss visiting the zoo if they are on holiday anywhere. With an area of ​​26 hectares, Singapore Zoo houses more than 300 species of mammals, reptiles and birds. Singapore Zoo houses its animals in 11 different zones such as Reptile Garden, Fragile Forest, Wild Africa and many more. To provide a more fun experience for your kids, you can sign them up with the Kids Ranger Tour where kids from 5 to 12 years old can experience being a zoo keeper with activities like feeding and taking care of cute animals.

Singapore Night Safari

Just next door to Singapore Zoo is the world’s first zoo for nocturnal animals. Nocturnals are animals that stay awake at night unlike the majority of other animals. Here you can see more than 2500 animals from 130 species. If you go to this Singapore Night Safari, you can choose to explore this nocturnal life either on foot or by taking the safari tram provided. Not a little to see, even with a safari tram, the time taken is 40 minutes. Among the zones found here are the Himalayan Foothills, Indo Malayan Region, Asian Riverine Forest, Burmese Hillside, Equatorial Africa, Indian Subcontinent and Nepalese River Valley.

For those of you who previously saw Singapore as a country that was only serious about work, especially as a developed country, that’s not true. Although it is a very small country, it is surprising how many places of interest in Singapore that are great, it doesn’t matter for the young or the young at heart, for those who have money or want to budget because many are also free, right?


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