Singapore is a heaven for any tourist who is fan of shopping their hearts out. You get anything and everything you want at dirt cheap prices. Its Chinatown is also very well known amongst the tourists as they can find local art, heritage, rusty antiques, etc. here to take back home as a souvenir. Singapore is a booming tourist nation which was not too famous long ago, but now has its name etched in the list of top tourist nations of the world. One thing about Singapore is that it would never let you get bored there. It has something for everyone visiting there. No matter what age group you belong to or what time of the day it is, it will always have something interesting to offer to you. Below is a brief list of places to visit while you’re on your Singapore land packages.
Garden’s by the Bay
Singapore’s 21st-century garden is a 101 hectare, $1 billion worth fantasy land full of high tech super trees, space age biodomes and whimsical sculptures. The OCBC Skyway is also one of the attractions of this garden, it connects the two super trees and gives you an astonishingly beautiful top view of the garden. This garden would take up about half of your day, so be prepared accordingly.
The thin line that separates botanic oasis and the zoo blur out at this soothing place. The spacious sweep, naturalistic enclosures, interactive attractions and free roaming animals are things that lure tourists in here. You can indulge yourself in exciting experiences like having a morning buffet with the orangutans, watching free-roaming lemurs, sloths and red-bummed baboons up closely. If you have your kids along let them enjoy the Rainforest Kidzworld. This place is a must visit if you’re on your Singapore land packages with your family.
Singapore’s National Gallery
Now this one is for the art, culture and heritage embracing tourists. It was once Singapore’s city hall and Supreme Court is now the breathtaking national gallery that draws a lot of curious tourists’ attention. The huge gallery is divided into two major parts, the UOB Southeast Asia gallery and the DBS Singapore Gallery. The former focuses on the greater South-east Asian region while the latter delivers a comprehensive view up on the Singaporean art coming from the 19th century to today.
A 10 minute motorized sampan ride from Changi Ferry terminal at the village of Changi will take you to the beautiful shores of Pulau Ubin. It remains an unkempt, rural expanse of Jungle. The best way to get going across the city is by a bike. The Ketam Mountain Bike Park gives you a chance to ride your heart out on various trails of different terrains and difficulties, also be prepared to scrape your knees. The 20m high Jejawi tower offers magical views of the area. Don’t miss out on the local delicacies they have to offer at a lot of eating places near the ferry terminal.