Things to Do in Singapore
Singapore is dubbed as a place of the affluent and it’s more than true as this small city-state does possess a great sheer of fortune. But Singapore is more than just fine dining, luxury hotels and premium shopping malls. The city also boasts of a little history and ethnic areas to explore.
Singapore offers many family-friendly sites and beautiful public spots that make it one of the top tourist destinations in Asia. With such diverse array of attractions available, we have tried our best to sort out the best of the things to do in Singapore that will make your trip to this bustling city worthwhile.
Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is a high-end resort complex that comprises of a hotel, a mall, luxury brands, the ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands Skypark - a perfect spot for savoring in the views of the city. There is also a ship that sits atop the hotel housing the Infinity Pool and Skypark's viewing deck. From the Skypark, visitors can also enjoy the views of the city’s stunning skyline, the Gardens by the Bay and Double Helix Bridge.
If you simply like to sit and relax and enjoy some breathtaking views, then Singapore Flyer would easily make it the top of your list of things to do. Singapore Flyer is the vantage point for enjoying the best views of the city. Before being beaten by High Roller in Las Vegas, the Singapore Flyer was the world's largest observation wheel. The views from the flyer are not just restricted to Singapore’s Skyline, but also extends to the Straits of Johor of Malaysia and Indonesia’s Spice Islands.
Chinatown features many small Chinese stores and authentic Chinese eateries. The prominent attractions of the area include the Chinese Heritage Centre and the beautiful Sri Mariamman Hindu temple. Buddha Tooth Relic temple is another noteworthy temple. The other highlights are the morning drum ceremony and the closing ceremony in the evening. Though, to attend the opening ceremony you will have to get up really early.