There are several scenic sightseeing places in Singapore, without which your
Singapore trip is incomplete. Read on to know more about them:
You can explore the scenic beauty of Singapore by visiting various monuments like,
Istana, Merlin Park (a landmark of Singapore), Malay Heritage Centre, Civilian War
Memorial, Raffles Landing Site, Marina Barrage, Cavenagh Bridge, City Hall, Marina
Bay Sands Skypark etc.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, Yueh Hai
Ching Temple (Temple of Love), Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple,
Temple of 1000 Lights Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya, Armenian Chruch, Kong Meng San
Phor Kark See Temple are some of the famous religious place you can visit during your
Singapore History Museum, Peranankan Museum, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and
Museum, Red Dot Design Museum, Science Centre Singapore, Singapor Art Museum,
Chinatown Heritage Centre, Mint Museum of Toys etc. are some of the popular
museums of Singapore.
Parks / Places for Kids:
Some of the famous places for kids to take on are the Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park,
Sentosa Island, River Safari, Duck Tour, Omni Theatre and Planetarium, Gardens by
the Bay, Hort Park, Flower Dome, National Orchid Garden, Fort Canning Park and
Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Cavenagh Bridge, City Hall, Universal Studios, Helix Bridge, Singapore Discovery
Centre, Merlion Park, Singapore Night Safari etc. are some of the popular landmarks of
Best Time for Holidaying in Singapore
Singapore experiences a hot and humid weather, with little variation all around the year.
The average daytime temperature is 31oC (88oF) that drops to around 24oC (75oF) in
the evenings. The months between the summers and winters "February to April" are
quite pleasant to enjoy outdoor activities. The monsoon season (November to January)
with long periods of tropical weather with heavy rains, while the hottest months are
May and June. Therefore, July to September is the festive season when you can have
a great time and explore the many facades of Singapore. So, make your Singapore
vacation plan accordingly.
Must Buy Things from Singapore
Singapore is a shopping paradise for shopping lovers. Right from elite shopping
malls, branded shops or shopping streets, this country offers a lot of options for
shoppers to shop from. Some must buys to get from Singapore are Asian antiques
and artifacts, electronic items, exquisite decoration items & curios, Chinese drugs &
herbal medicines, stylish Handbags, luggage, watches, jewellery, Singapore Specific
Garments, Perfumes and most importantly the "Gold Plated Orchids" as souvenir
from people of the country. So, don't forget to buy your favorite item from your next
Singapore tour. Few of the famous shopping places here are, Kampong Glam, Holland
Village, Chinatown, Little India and Orchard Road, while you can also experience the
world class shopping experience in various malls including Joo Chiat Complex, Suntec
City Mall, City Squre Mall, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands® etc.
Explore Options to Reach Singapore
Before booking your Singapore holiday package, you should be aware of the ways to
reach this beautiful country. To know more, read on:
Changi International Airport is one of Asia's best-connected airports and a major
connecting link between different countries to Singapore around the world. Being a
significant gateway to Southeast Asia, most of all major international airlines fly into
Singapore via this airport. Regular air traffic from Singapore to several destinations in
Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and North America is available through this
Singapore is connected to Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru via rail, with a
route to Bangkok. There are 3 trains operates per day including a sleeper. All the trains
depart to and fro at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station in Singapore.
Singapore has two land bridges, which connect the island to the main land of Asia
and Malaysia. You can use the regular bus services from 5 am to midnight. Buses are
operated by SBS and Causeway Link, with the latter being significantly faster.
Singapore is gradually more being used as a base for cruises all through South East
Asia. It is an island country and offers regular ferry services to Riau Islands in Indonesia
and Tanjung Belungkor in Malaysia. In addition, the Star Cruises provide an experience
of a lifetime and are a great way to reach Singapore.