Top 5 Things to do in Singapore - Singapore Travel Package
Singapore is a truly unique place. A city-state rather than a country proper, Singapore is hi-tech, wealthy, and extremely beautiful.
If you have an interest in Singapore, you've probably seen the Gardens by the Bay's famous Supertrees – unique structures up to 16 story's high that come to life at night with exhilarating light and sound displays. But Gardens by the Bay offers much more than these incredible trees.
2 SINGAPORE SIGHTSEEING BUS TOUR
Singapore has a rich cultural and historical heritage, and, with so much to see, arriving in Singapore can be a little overwhelming. With that in mind, one of the best ways to find your footing in Singapore is to enjoy one of the many sightseeing tours. These will take you around most of the biggest attractions and, since most allow you to hop on and off the bus, you'll get to experience a lot of what Singapore has to offer in a relatively short period of time.
3 SINGAPORE FLYER
An incredible feat of engineering and an iconic piece of architecture in its own right, the Singapore Flyer is a gigantic Ferris wheel that stands over 40 stories (542 ft.) tall. Taking around thirty minutes to complete a full rotation, riders experience incredible views of the entire island-city and beyond. The Singapore Flyer opened in 2008 and took around two and a half years to construct.
4 SINGAPORE CHANGI WORLD WAR 2 TRAIL AND MUSEUM COACH TOUR
Singapore played an important role in World War 2 and witnessed much bloodshed and despair. From the abject horrors of the prisoner of war camps (where it is estimated that more Australian soldiers perished than on the battlefield)
5 SULTANS OF SPICE: A KAMPONG GLAM GUIDED WALK
Visit Kampong Glam, one of Singapore's most distinctive districts, and discover a place where history comes alive and Islamic and Malay folk traditions merge. You'll learn about Singapore's interesting and troubled history – including how Singapore was sold to the British for 60,000 Spanish dollars – and gain an insight into how the city's indigenous people (who still live and prosper in the area) live today.
6 NATIONAL ORCHID GARDEN
Opened in 1995 by Singapore's Minister Mentor Lee Kaun Yew, the Singapore National Orchid Garden, located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, houses over 60,000 orchid plants. The orchids consist of over 1,000 species and more than 2,000 hybrids.
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