Best Places to Visit in Singapore

Best Places to Visit in Singapore

As one of the cleanest countries in Asia, Singapore offers countless tourists destinations. Make a list of the best places to visit in Singapore before you arrive in this small yet impressive country.

The Merlion

Here comes the most popular Singapore’s landmark, a statue of mystical creature with body of mermaid and head of lion. Stands 8.6 meter above the ground, this location has definitely been one of the best places for taking photos in Singapore.

Orchard Road

Most tourists from Asia come to Singapore to not only experience its touristic destinations but also do some shopping. For the shopping reason, Orchard Road is the perfect place. This absolute must shoppers destination is filled with entertainment centers and shopping malls.

Esplanade Theatre

Also known as The Durian, this performing art centre has design which resembles the Durian fruit. It is the place where the most popular events and art performances happen. In the area, there are theatres, various art galleries and also a library.

Singapore River

Don’t miss cruising along Singapore River to check out the most spectacular views of Singapore city. The boat will take you to pass by Boat Quay, Robertson Quay, Merlion, Marina Bay and Clarke Quat. You will see the beautiful contrast between modern skyscrapers and rejuvenated colonial buildings.

Sir Stamford Raffles Statue

This statue is located in Boat Quay, exactly the place where the famous Sir Stamford Raffles was first ashore before he ruled the country for more than a century.

Boat Quay and Clarke Quay

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These two Quays make great hang out places for both locals and tourists. Built along the Singapore River, the area is filled with restaurants, nightclubs, entertainment spots, wine bars and retail shops that are built in the restored warehouse buildings.

Vivo City

Another paradise for shoppers in Singapore, the Vivo City located in HarbourFront and is the largest mall in the area filled with entertainment centers, restaurants and shops.

Kampong Glam

This area is where you can find the Sultan Mosque, the largest mosque in the city that is almost 100 years old.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Built on a vast land of 52 hectares, this Botanic Garden is a place to relax and enjoy the beautiful floral specimens that are planted in the gorgeous manicured gardens.

Chinatown Heritage Centre

Come to Chinatown if you want to taste the best Chinese styled culinary in Singapore. In the area, there are countless restaurants and shop houses. Don’t miss the museum as well to see the lives of the first Chinese immigrants.

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