I love Singapore. It's a city full of culture, history and beauty. As soon as you step into the country, you can feel the energy radiating from its streets and buildings. Here are some places that I recommend visiting if you're planning on traveling to Singapore.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens is a garden and nature reserve in Singapore. It is the oldest botanic garden in the tropics, and is the only tropical garden in the world to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The gardens were founded on 1 February 1859 by Sir Stamford Raffles, who set aside an area of some 35 hectares (86 acres) for 'botanical research' purposes. In 1864 it was formally named 'Singapore Botanic Gardens' after its predecessor at Fort Canning Hill (now Fort Canning Park).
Chinatown Food Street
If you are looking for a place to eat and shop, Chinatown Food Street is the perfect place. There are many different restaurants and shops to choose from, so there is something for everyone. It's a great place to go with friends or family on a budget. You can even find some of Singapore's best food here!
Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
The Sky Park is a popular tourist attraction in Singapore. Located on the 55th floor of Marina Bay Sands, it offers breathtaking views of Singapore's cityscape and surroundings.
The Sky Park has a number of attractions including an infinity pool that extends over three storeys, connecting to another pool at a higher level by means of an incredible glass-bottomed bridge; this is one of only two such structures in existence worldwide (the other being in Shanghai). The Sky Park also features an outdoor theatre where you can watch spectacular nightly shows featuring lights, music and fireworks!
Orchard Road is a major shopping district in Singapore. It is home to some of the world's most expensive hotels, including the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore and Shangri-La Hotel Singapore.
Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park which was opened in 2010. It's the first Universal Studios park outside of the United States, and it features dozens of rides and attractions based on different movies and shows.
If you're looking for an easy way to get there, there are buses that run from Orchard Road (the main shopping district in Singapore) directly to Universal Studios every day except Sundays (when they run only once per day). The trip takes about 20 minutes, so don't forget your ID!
Once inside the gates, you'll find yourself immersed in the world of Hollywood's most famous films and TV shows - everything from Jurassic Park to Dr Who can be found here! There are also several restaurants serving food inspired by different countries around Asia; try something new while visiting this amazing place!
The Night Safari is a zoo that is open at night, and it's a great way to see the animals after dark. The Night Safari has many of the same animals as the Singapore Zoo, but there are also some other unique animals that you won't find at any other zoo in Singapore. There are more than 2,000 animals in total!
The Night Safari is located near Jurong West MRT Station on an island called Pulau Ubin (which means "island mud"). You can take a ferry or bus there from Changi Village Bus Terminal (#02-09), which is right next door to Changi Airport Terminal 1 if you're coming from abroad (you'll need an IDP).
Changi Museum & Chapel of Memories
Changi Museum is a must-visit for history buffs, as it houses many artifacts from Singapore's past. The Chapel of Memories is a beautiful place where you can reflect on what makes this country great and find peace in the midst of chaos.
The Changi Chapel is also great for reflection, but it's more than just that: it's where those who lost their lives during World War II are remembered by their loved ones with photos and letters left behind by family members who never returned home from battle.
Universal Studios Singapore - Must Do Attraction
Universal Studios Singapore is a must-do attraction for all movie fans. The park has been rated as one of the most popular theme parks in Asia, with over 2 million visitors annually. Located on 30 hectares (74 acres) of land, it's home to over 40 rides and attractions that will thrill even the most seasoned traveler!
The park opened its doors in 2010 after being built by Universal Studios Hollywood. It has since expanded its offerings with more than 20 new rides including Transformers: The Ride 3D, Jurassic Park - The Ride and Shrek 4-D Adventure which opened in 2016. To ensure you get your fill of fun while visiting this amazing place we've put together a listicle highlighting some of our favorite things to do at Universal Studios Singapore:
See Harry Potter And The Escape From Gringotts In Person
Ride On A Dragon Boat Through Ancient China
Go On A Journey Through Time With Your Favorite Super Heroes
Visiting these places will make you want to return to Singapore over and over again!
The places listed in this article are just a few of the many wonderful places to visit in Singapore. If you're looking for more things to do, there are plenty more options! You can also check out other cities in Asia, like Kuala Lumpur or Hong Kong.
Singapore is a great place to visit if you want to experience all that Asia has to offer. From beautiful temples and gardens, delicious street food, and thrilling theme parks, there's something for everyone here! For all your car rental needs in Singapore, Car Rental Tullamarine is definitely worth considering