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Singapore Travel Guide

Singapore (officially Singapore, Republic) is a country located in Southeast Asia. With a blend of towering skyscrapers, multicultural ethnicity (Indian, Chinese, Malay), Tropical climate and a major port; Singapore is a mystic Flavor Between spices and sauces (East and west). Bustling markets and malls (With Fortune-tellers and enormous shopping range), Delicious cuisines, Beaches, museums, temples, mosques, bars, swanky hotels and what not, Singapore has everything to fascinate.





Just like the city, Chinatown is a blend of old and new, the development in the last 30 years has paved way for modern textile shops, fancy restaurants and medicine halls. While, the heart of the it can still be found in temples and mosques (Sri Mariamman Temple and Jamae Mosque on South Bridge Road) and street shops providing kimonos, jewelry, t - shirts, pottery and traditional crafts. Yixing Xuan's Teahouse and a visit to the Thian Hock Keng Temple are cultural fascinations that impress too.  With Food, museums and shopping options available, you’re good to go.



After a major renovation, reinvention, rebranding and reopening, the national museum of Singapore, previously known as Singapore history museum boasts of two main galleries: Singapore history gallery which focuses on history of it from 14th century to present and Singapore living gallery which focuses on food, fashion, film and photography. Besides, even the structure of the building is enough to take your breath away.



The road once adorned with trees on either side now is the busiest place in town. Versace, Armani, Prada and Louis Vuitton all have shops here and it’s flooded with Restaurants, nightclubs, hotels, and cafes. The shopping range here is incomparable with orchard ion the monster mall spanning eight retail floors and 48 more residential floors. There are over 333 stores with high fashion brands and gourmet dining venues.



Spanning an incredible 49 acres of land with whooping 8000 birds of 600 species, Jurong Bird Park presents breathtaking views, including 30 m Man made waterfall, world’s largest walk in aviary. It also proudly presents various birds shows featuring flamingos, macaws, Hornbills and cockatoos.



To add a little spice to your trip, a little bit of little India can do the trick for you. Silk and cotton sari shops, fortune teller stands, textile shops, temples, curry spices fill the streets with Indian charm and colors.



Sweeping across an area of 128 acres of primary forest and specialty gardens, these gardens lie in the vicinity of the City Center.  These specialty gardens are well decorated with ferns, roses, frangipanis and desert plants. The National Orchid Garden has more than a thousand Orchid species, a simply spectacular sight.



The Singapore Zoo is home to more than 2000 animals of 315 species, including Komodo dragons, polar bears, orang-utans, and all big cats: lion, tiger, jaguar, leopard and puma, also rare white tigers. There are eight zones in which animals are kept ingenious in their environment. It also offers the famous Night Safari, termed as first of its kind. You can explore the zoo either in the comfort of a tram or by meandering walking trails.



What once used to be a small fishing village now stands the biggest entertainment hub. You can test your surfing skills at Wave House Sentosa or try go-carting at sentosa luge. I-fly features the world’s largest wind tunnel to give you that desired adrenalin-rush. Imported-sand beaches, Vegas style casinos, world class restaurants, it has everything. The Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon feature fascinating dolphins. The island is connected to the city by mono rail and cable car system. Other attractions include Fort Siloso, Carlsberg Sky Tower and musical fountain.



For your kids, this is the place to go. It has 24 attractions across seven Hollywood blockbusters themed Zones including Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Water world, Battlestar Galactica and Revenge of the Mummy plus the underground ghost train is full of surprises too.



Standing at 165m, Singapore Flyer is a 42 story giant Ferris wheel which offers unbeatable 360 degrees view.



The half-lion, half-fish, mythical creature is the iconicemblem of the Singapore Tourism Board. Built in1972, it always featured in the images of Singapore.



The tropical bio diversity that Singapore offers can be seen at Gardens by the marina bay. As tall as 55m trees can be found towering above you.



Chinese New Year, Ramadan, Deepavali, Singapore Biennale, World Gourmet Summit, Asia Fashion Exchange, Singapore Arts Festival, Great Singapore Sale, Singapore River Festival, Singapore Food Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Hari Raya Puasa, Singapore F1 Grand Prix, Christmas in the Tropics, Marina Bay New Year Countdown, the Dragon Boat Festival, Festival of

The Hungry Ghosts and Thaipusam.