Singapore is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city-state that offers a plethora of tourist attractions. From iconic landmarks like Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay to cultural enclaves such as Chinatown and Little India
A holiday in Singapore promises an unforgettable experience. This dynamic city-state boasts a harmonious blend of modernity and tradition. Immerse yourself in the bustling cityscape, vibrant festivals, and a melting pot of diverse cultures, making Singapore a top destination for travelers worldwide
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Universal Studios Singapore
Go beyond the screen and Ride the Movies at Universal Studios Singapore at Resort World Sentosa. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favourite blockbuster films and television series. Immerse yourself in the seven zones of history and fantasy as the silver screen is brought to life in front of your eyes. Take a bite out of The Big Apple as you pass all the classic landmarks of New York or find yourself in The Lost World where dinosaurs lurk round every corner. Step through a portal into another world in Sci-Fi City and pick your side in the battle between good and evil before taking a stroll down the walk of fame on Hollywood Boulevard. Befriend ogres and princesses in the Shrek-themed Far Far Away zone or chill out with lions, hippos and zebras in Madagascar.
Gardens by the Bay
Come and discover Singapore’s new botanical wonder, the Gardens by the Bay, a breath-taking horticultural paradise and cutting-edge green space built on land reclaimed from the sea. Bay South Garden, which was opened to the public in 2012, is the largest of the three gardens, with its 54 hectares showcasing the best of tropical horticulture and garden artistry. Make your way to the two cooled conservatories situated along the edge of the Marina Reservoir: the Flower Dome, featuring plants from the Mediterranean and other semi-arid tropical regions, including thousand year-old olive trees, baobabs and cacti; and the Cloud Forest, which replicates the conditions found in tropical mountain regions and features orchids, ferns, pitcher plants and many other species besides. It even boasts a 35-metre man-made mountain and waterfall.
Nightout in Chinatown
Chinatown has also come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Filled with a sprawling myriad of shops and eateries, bustling with colourful and exciting activities set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage, Chinatown is not to be missed especially in the evening when everything really comes alive. Wander along the narrow lanes of the Night Market and test your bargaining skills against street vendors selling anything from souvenirs to leather goods.
After dinner at a local Chinese restaurant, we will coach down to Bugis Village. The highlight of the evening is a trishaw ride that will take you past the vibrant Bugis Village and the bustling streets of Little India.
Hop onto a bumboat at Clarke Quay for a cruise along the Singapore River to see Singapore lit up at night, showcasing beautifully restored shophouses, modern skyscrapers of the financial district, colonial buildings and the iconic Merlion statue.