This tiny island state with its vibrant history and diverse ethnic quarters is a land of contrasts. Singapore offers many family-friendly attractions and lovely public spaces that make visiting this slightly futuristic city worthwhile.
PLACES TO VISIT
1.MARINA BAY SANDS
The resort complex includes a hotel, high-end luxury brands, a mall with a canal running through it, the Art Science Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. The Skypark's viewing deck and infinity pool (guests only) are found in the ship that tops the hotel. From the skypark, you can see the innovative double helix bridge, the port, the Gardens by the Bay, and the impressive skyline.
2.FORT CANNING PARK
The fort was an essential site for Singapore defense. Today the original building is home to modern performing arts troupes, and the park regularly sees picnics, concerts, theater performances, and festivals. Other attractions include relics from Singapore's early history and a replica of the spice market ands the ASEAN sculptures.
There is also a large chimpanzee family, zebras, orangutans, meerkats, a komodo dragon, mole rats, white tigers, kangaroos, and many other creatures. You can also observe feedings for some of the animals.
4.LITTLE INDIA AND ARAB STREET
The Indian community has a rich history in Singapore. The neighborhood is a thriving, colorful place where traditional holidays are celebrated, and visitors can observe worship and activity at the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. You can visit the Sultan Mosque in the Arab Quarter (non-muslims are not permitted in the prayer hall), though you can appreciate the distinctive golden domes and craftsmanship of the exterior structure.
There is and excitement and hustle in the district with its small mom-and-pop stores and authentic Chinese food to the bright red lanterns. Visit the Chinese Heritage Centre and see the impressive Sri Mariamman Hindu temple and the Buddha Tooth Relic temple.
The Singapore Flyer is the worldâ€™s largest giant observation wheel. Several different ticket packages are available to choose from, each includes access to the multimedia Journey of Dreams exhibit that delves into Singapore's history and the creation of the Singapore Flyer.
7.GARDENS BY THE BAY
The Gardens by the bay is a huge garden complex featuring futuristic Supertrees and numerous species of trees and flowers in one place. The outdoor gardens with green lawns as well as tree-covered areas with palms and other trees can be visited for free. In the largest glasshouse â€śThe Flower Domeâ€ť with its colorful flowers from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions, and the â€śCloud Forestâ€ť with numerous plants from the tropical mountain regions and the worldâ€™s tallest indoor waterfall can be seen. Also available is a Children's Garden with a water playground.
8. SENTOSA ISLAND
If you craving some son, then Siloso Beach on the Island is the place to be. Visitors can play volleyball on free courts or go kayaking, skim-boarding or visiting the Underwater Wold aquarium where you can swim with the dolphins.Singapore most famous statue the Merlion with a head of a lion and the body of a fish also a must see on the island. Fort Siloso, the country's only preserved fort, is also located on the Island. Adventurous types will want to check out The Flying Trapeze and the SeaBreeze Water-Sports @ Wave House, where you can try your hand at flying strapped to a water-propelled jet pack.
OTHER PLACES TO SEE
The best way to travel in Singapore is by train, trams, bus, taxis and trishaws.
The best time to visit Singapore is anytime. The island nation experiences a warm, tropical climate year-round.