Where to Go in Singapore

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Singapore is famous because of its manmade and natural attractions. If you want to explore Singapore, it is important that you know must-see places. Here’s your guide:

Merlion Park

Merlion Park is considered the most popular spot in Singapore. It is fronting the Marina Bay. In the park, you will see the iconic Merlion statue. The statue symbolizes the country. The half lion and half fish statue speaks of Singapore’s origin. The park is open all the time.

Orchard Road

Orchard Road is the heart of shopping in Singapore. You will see the biggest and newest mall-Ion Orchard. Other nearby malls includes Far East Plaza, Ngee Ann City, Plaza Singapura and many more.

Marina Bay Sands Casino

Marina Bay Sands Casino is located in Bayfront Avenue. It is the perfect place for gaming aficionados. You will see hundredths of tables and thousands of slot machines. They offer games like money wheel, poker, power baccarat, sic bo, pontoon and many others. They offer dining and beverage. They are open all the time.

Universal Studio

Universal Studio is now in Sentosa Singapore. It offers 7 sections that include shows and rides. The themes are associated to Universal Studio’s hit movies. Section one is Hollywood themed, section two is New York, section three is Science Fiction city, section four is Ancient Egypt, section five is the Lost World, Section six is Far Away and Section seven is Madagascar.

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

The SkyPark is a famous landmark for Singapore. You should not miss the experience. You will see exceptional views like the Singapore skyline and the Marina Bay. Aside from the view, you will enjoy the garden. Infinity pool is available for hotel guests. Adults are asked to pay S$20, S$14 for kids and S$ for elders.

Aside from visiting these places, you should grab a taste of Singapore. It is recommended that you taste the native cuisines or delicacies here. Your visit will be complete. Never forget to follow local rules and regulations to avoid any troubles during your stay. Singapore is called the “fine city” for nothing.

Happy wandering!

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