Singapore has top class tourist infrastructure with affordable hotels, delectable cuisine and shopping outlets. Because of its efficient and determined government, Singapore has been able to flourish that excels both in trade and tourism. Singapore is not a country with one island but 63 of them, which has uniqueness of its own. Located in the Malay Peninsula, Singapore offers more than one could expect out from it. Singapore is a top rated destination with so much to give to the tourists in terms of medical, education, wellness, tourism, trade or technology.
The uniqueness of Singapore lies within itself. The variety of tourism offerings and the balance and sustainability of its tourism and culture is what has made Singapore so famous. Even though Singapore is considered a gigantic destination, according to touropia.com there are a few places in Singapore that are a MUST to be visited if one is traveling to Singapore.
Marina Bay Sands
It was one of the most expensive building when it opened in 2010. The Marina Bay Sands is an integrated Resort that has everything in store for the tourists: Luxurious hotels, restaurants, endless shops, the largest convention center in Asia, theatre, museums, and other entertainment activities.
This is a giant Ferris wheel, that only starts with stunning views. It was the highest Ferri wheel in the world, when it opened in 2008. It has well-equipped services for disabled people and a terminal of three floors of restaurants, shops and other services.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
The Chinese usually made temples to worship Gods and other things but Buddha Tooth Relic is one of the most unusual. It was supposed to be a traditional temple, but it became a home for a tooth relic from Buddha. The temple is located centrally, and also features other Singaporean Buddhists as their regular visitors.
For the people who enjoy nightlife but are tired of clubbing, they should head over to the Night Safari in Singapore where nocturnal, not party animals are displayed. It is one of the top destinations of Singapore with millions of people visiting it every year. This night safari features three restaurants that have menus and entertainment depicting life in the jungle or forest.
Little India and Arab Street
It is one of the most exciting aspects of Singapore that reflects its diversity of its neighborhoods. Indeed, Singapore is called as a shopping paradise but you will also find rich traditions, delicious foods and local culture all around. Little India, and Arab Street is also known as the Arab Quarter is nowhere truer than that of Singapore. In Little India, one can make a must visit to the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple or engage themselves in shopping saris as well as interacting with the local vendors.
Arab Street on the other hand, has the Sultan Mosque as well various shopping arcades.
Gardens by the Bay
You may have glimpsed this beautiful sight from the top of the Marina Bay Sands, you won’t be able to resist yourself from visiting it. Gardens by the Bay is where you can experience vibrant plant life and forget about the city’s hustle for some time.
It is a cluster of iconic and futuristic structures that are designed for the purpose of environmental sustainability. Gardens by the Bay is one of the top attractions of Singapore’s that feature everything that you may have only heard of, maybe.
A man-made island that was built with the purpose of fun and recreation has many things to offer to its visitors. The Sentosa Island includes expensive Resorts, The Universal Studios Singapore, A Singapore Butterfly and insect Kingdom, SEA Aquarium which is home to the largest collection of aquatic animals, and so much more.
Sentosa also has soft sandy beaches which are popular on weekends and is highly accessible from the main district of the country.