There’s no other place like Singapore. Located just off the southern tip of Malaysia, this vibrant city-state boasts a beautiful blend of Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, Arab and English cultures – all with its own Singaporean twist. The “Lion City,” as it's referred to, is filled with delightful culinary experiences, state-of-the-art accommodations and exciting nightlife.
This is a hugely popular tourist attraction in Singapore, and rightly so. The breadth of plants and the creative ways in which they're displayed is awe-inspiring. The Supertree Grove and Cloud Forest are both musts for photographers. And the 114-foot indoor waterfall is a site to behold. The Gardens, however, can get extremely crowded. The crowds move slowly so it's not ideal for anyone in a rush.
This promenade overlooking Marina Bay is home to Singapore's iconic 28-foot Merlion statue, a half-fish, half-lion stone carving that shoots water into the bay. The fish symbolizes Singapore's beginnings as a fishing village while the lion head is a nod to Singapura, which means "Lion City" in Malay. Erected in 1972, it remains one of the nation's most popular tourist attractions, and as such it is almost always packed. So plan accordingly.
Sentosa is a 1,236-acre island resort off the southern coast of Singapore that's home to major tourist attractions like Universal Studios Singapore, the S.E.A. Aquarium, and the Tiger Sky Tower observatory. Singaporeans and international travelers also flock here to hang out on the beaches, zip line at Mega Adventure Park, shop at the massive Luxury Fashion Galleria, and more. Golf is a big deal here, too—the Sentosa Golf Club has two award-winning courses. In short, the island is a tourism machine, fine-tuned to appeal to a broad range of people—except those seeking an off-the-beaten-path vacation.
Orchard Road is a whole street that's almost entirely dedicated to shopping. It is the must-visit location in Singapore for those looking for a bit of retail therapy (which many do come to Singapore for). The wide avenue is lined with a whole host of shopping centres – from the original Chinese emporiums to modern megamalls made from steel and glass. Orchard Road is over 2 km long and there are 3 MRT stops lining it, namely Doby Ghaut, Orchard, and Somerset. If there’s no rush, simply walking between the malls, shopping centres, and boutiques can be a rather pleasant experience, and which can make up a big part of your visit to Singapore.
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