As one of the Best Destinations in the world, Singapore has reinvented itself and the most orderly and the cleanest cities in the world. You will struggle to find such an exciting and diverse holiday experience somewhere else. It is a place where modern architecture and ancient forest are mixed together that is the reason it is described as the “City of Garden”. Singapore is a wealthy city both in terms of natural and manmade. This city is a pleasant blend of Cuisine, Culture, architecture, and art. It is considered to be one of the safest places in the world, you can walk freely during the night has there are many restaurants and shops are open all hours. Singapore is not only for shopping and food lovers but also for its vibrant cultural heritage sites and natural attraction. Singapore has an outstanding system of public transport which makes easy and comfortable to get around

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Marina Bay Sands

The spectacular Marina Bay Sands is an integrated Marina Bay resort with a spacious 2,561room hotel, an exhibition centre and art show, an art and science gallery, the Shoppes Arcade, two Sands Theatres, seven "celebrity chef" restaurants, a bar, lounges and a casino with 500 tables, 1,600 slot machines and two floating pavilions. The three towers of the hotel which are linked by a 340-meter sky terrace on the roof, similar to a ship called sands Sky Park.

Address: 10 Bayfront AvenueSingapore 018956
Phone: +65 6688 8826

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

The Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool is sited on Marina Bay Sands ' 56th floor. This amazing infinity-edged swimming pool is the world's longest heightened swimming pool, 150 meters (478 ft.) wide, 191 meters from the ground. Just don't get too excited, the pool is for luxury hotel guests ' exclusive use only the hotel guest can use it.

Address: 11 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018956
Visiting Hours: 06:00 am to 11:00 pm
Entry Fees: F23 SGD (approx. 15 euros)
Phone: +65 6688 8826

Merlion statue

The tourism symbol of Singapore is a mythical creature with a lion's head and then a fish's body. Merlion Park is close to Singapore's Marina Bay. Its name blends the meaning of "mer" with "lion" and the sea. The "Merlion Cub" is located nearby, just two meters tall but three tons strong, and five additional official Merlion statues are located throughout the city. The "Singa" or head of the lion indicates Singapore.

Address: 1 Fullerton Road One Fullerton Merlion Park, Singapore 049213 Singapore
Visiting Hours: 10:00 am to 08:00 pm
Entry Fees: $18
Phone: +65 6736 6622

Fountain of wealth

Fountain of Wealth is located in Singapore's Suntec City, one of the largest shopping malls. The Guinness Book of Records in 1998 lists the Fountain of Wealth as the world's largest fountain. The fountain consists of a circular ring with a circumference of 66 meters supported by four legs, made of silicon bronze. It covers an area of 1,683 square meters, 13.8 meters high. The fountain base is located in the underground, at Suntec city’s main basement which is visible at ground level

Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
Visiting Hours: 10:00 am – 12.00 pm to 02:04pm, 06:07:30 pm
Entry Fees: Free
Phone: +65 6822 1537

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

The Temple and Museum of the Buddha Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple and museum complex in Singapore's Chinatown district. It is a four-story Buddhist museum and temple complex that stands in the hearts of Singapore in Chinatown district. The temple is based on the architectural style of the Tang dynasty and was designed to house the historic tooth relic of the Buddha which was said to be found in a distorted stupa in Myanmar in 1980.

Address: 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840
Visiting Hours: 07:00 am to 07:00 pm
Entry Fees: $10
Phone: +65 6220 0220

Gardens by the Bay

You will not be able to stay away once you have glimpsed this beautifully designed green space (maybe from the edge of the Marina Bay Sands). Walkthrough the Bay East Garden, ideal for a moment to admire the colorful plant life and get away from the busy city. You can’t miss Supertree Grove, where you’ll find an iconic, innovative cluster of structures built for environmental sustainable function. This heaven of horticulture brings plants to life in a way you have never seen before. Here you will feel like you have entered an avatar movie because it is surrounded by nature whilst.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Visiting Hours: 05:00 am to 02:00 pm
Entry Fees: $12.00
Phone: +65 6420 6848

Sentosa Island

Singapore is not particularly known as a beach spot, but Sentosa Island is the perfect spot if you are craving for some fun in the sun. These beaches are artificially developed by using sands from Malaysia and Indonesia. Sentosa Island has a stretch of sheltered beaches for more than 2 kilometers in length on the southern coast, surrounded by the large beachfront, palm trees and soft sand. It is divided into three beaches: Siloso Beach, Tanjong Beach and Palawan Beach. Siloso Beach is popular for outdoor activities like beach volleyball, canoeing, skimboarding, mountain biking, or rollerblading. There are several bars along the three beaches which sell tourist's food and drink.

Esplanade – theaters of Bay

Esplanade–Theaters on the Bay is a magnificent building on the waterside. This is found on six hectares of waterfront land next to marina Bay near the Singapore River mouth and surrounded by high-rise buildings. This architectural landmark, which was officially opened in 2002, is the hub for performing arts in Singapore with its distinctive twin shells.

Address: 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981
Phone: +65 6828 8377

Art science museum

The Art Science Museum opened on 17 February 2011, is the first Art Science museum in the world. At the integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands in the central downtown area of Singapore, This museum is situated. This unusual building is shaped like a blooming lotus flower and is supported in the center by a round base with ten finger extensions, designed to be a symbolic gesture used to welcome guests around the globe. Every' finger' shape is cut off, which allows daylight into the interior. The building gathers and drains rainwater flowing throughout its bowl-shaped roof, creating an indoor waterfall of 115 ft. that flows down its vertical axis into some kind of reflective pool at the museum's lowest level to be used in the restrooms.

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Entry Fees: $14.00
Phone: +65 6688 8888

Singapore flyer

Singapore Flyer, the biggest observation giant wheel in the world. 340-meter can have its view from the shores of Marina Bay Sands. Between 2008 to 2014, it was the world's highest Ferris wheel. near the shore of Marina Bay, it is 5 m (16 ft.) higher than the Nanchang Star, in China, Standing at an impressive 165 m (541 ft.) from the sea, and 30 m (98 ft.) higher than the London Eye, in England.

Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
Visiting Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 2.00pm – 9.00pm (Closed on Monday and Tuesday
Entry Fees: Adult S$33, Senior Ticket S$24 (Above 60 years old), Child Ticket S$21 (3 to 12 years old)

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