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Singapore

TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City
The Singapore City is regarded as one of the greatest cities in the world, where graceful colonial buildings and centuries old street markets coexist with modern high rise buildings. The stellar city’s attractions are extremely diverse; you can enter the world of movie magic at Universal Studios, travel down the memory lane at the Changi Museum, enjoy the breathtaking views from the Singapore Flyer, which is the largest observation wheel, delight in the fascinating Jurong Bird Park, the largest in Asia or indulge in retail therapy at Orchard Road. Outside of the city life, you could explore the wild life at Singapore Zoo and Night Safari or witness the beautiful and colourful butterflies of varied species at Butterfly Hill. A great blend of contemporary and traditional, the Lion city or Asia’s red dot as it’s known, never ceases to amaze. Given the modernity of the city and exotic natural beauty, Singapore offers a unique recipe for a perfect holiday.
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer

For a spectacular panoramic view of all of Singapore and beyond, hop on the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest observation wheel and Asia's most iconic wonder. Take in the panorama that gives you a complete and gorgeous view of Singapore, along with parts of Indonesia and Malaysia. One of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions, this observation wheel, conceptualised and designed by Dr Kisho Kurokawa and DP Architects Singapore, stands at a height of 165 m and also captures the Marina Bay beautifully. A must visit for all those who love heights and an adrenaline rush.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

All you avian lovers, definitely flock to this fascinating bird park and experience the colourful world of our winged friends. Embark on a tour that enhances your knowledge of birds, plants and the environment. A hillside haven, the park is spread over 20.2 hectares and hosts over 5,000 birds of 400 species. With four large walk-in aviaries, Singapore’s first wildlife and Asia’s largest bird park offers concept displays and exhibits with a blend of sight and sound. This is also the only park in the Asia-Pacific region with an avian hospital. A charming place where you can hand-feed the colourful birds and watch them put on a show for you.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Singapore Zoo and Night Safari

Singapore Zoo and Night Safari

Take a tour through the jungle for a nocturnal experience with this safari. Pick a walking trail or take the 40-minute tram ride through seven geographical regions—from the Himalayan foothills to the forests of Southeast Asia. Spread over 35 hectares and opened in 1994, this is the world’s first safari park home to over 2,500 nocturnal animals of 130 species. Come close with the animals on the walking trail or go with the guided commentary on the tram ride. We suggest not missing the ‘Creatures of the Night’ show and the Thumbuakar tribal performances. Dine at the Ulu Ulu Safari restaurant or aboard the Gourmet Safari Express.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay

Head to this historical riverside quay and take a river-boat tour on the Singapore River to see and learn about the monuments, buildings, statues and museums there. You can even walk along the river and explore this popular holiday destination. This old harbour area was transformed into a leisure area; so you will find shops, restaurants, cafés, bars, nightclubs, etc., to hang out at. You can even catch a live band at any of the bars depending on your taste in music. This is one place in Singapore, which is to be visited during the day for its history, yet also at night for the vibrant nightlife.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Singapore River Cruise

Singapore River Cruise

Take the popular Singapore River Cruise and watch the city skyline loom up on both sides of the river bank. We suggest you pick the traditional bumboat over the modern Bubblejet for your cruise. These bumboats may look jaded, yet they offer an experience like none other. Cruise through some of the famous landmarks of the city. See the key attractions such as The Merlion Park, Esplanade Singapore, Fullerton Hotel, Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort, and others. We suggest you go for the night ride, which is a mesmerising experience.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens

The first and the only tropical botanic garden to be listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was the brainchild of Sir Stamford Raffles who developed the first ‘Botanical and Experimental Garden’ at Fort Canning. In 1859, an Agri-Horticultural Society developed a new garden on the present site. Explore this gem divided in a three-core concept, each offering an insight into the diverse flora—that is more than 10,000 species spanning the 82-hectare area. Avail of the educational and recreational facilities here and marvel at the incredible creations of nature.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Changi Museum

Changi Museum

A visit to this museum that is a poignant and emotional reminder of the suffering of people during World War II is a must. Dedicated to everyone who died and lived during that time, the museum houses murals, drawings, wartime artefacts, photographs, letters, etc., of prisoners of war who suffered under the Japanese invasion of Singapore. The small art gallery in the museum exhibits the world of numerous wartime artists that depict the suffering and brutality of those times. The museum also aims to educate the new generation and serves as a resource centre through documentation of important events of that time.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Pulau Ubin - Butterfly Hill

Pulau Ubin - Butterfly Hill

Off the coast of Singapore is the small island of Palau Ubin that is still old-world and boasts of a rich wildlife. The Butterfly Hill has more than 50 species of plants to attract over 80 species of butterflies and you will see these winged creatures in every colour and size flitting through the vegetation. Watch a variety fluttering around—from Blue Glassy Tiger, to Common Mime, to Plain Tiger, and rare ones such as the Dwarf Cow and Common Jay, they are all here.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island

Head to Sentosa Island to let your hair down, literally! This 500-hectre resort island offers something for everyone. Besides, the golden sandy beaches and lush rainforests, it has theme parks, award-winning spas, haute dining spots, along with a gorgeous view of Sentosa. Some of the most popular and not to be missed attractions are the Sentosa Merlion, Madame Tussauds Singapore, Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon, the sound-and-light show, Images of Singapore museum, and many more. Check out the Universal Studio Singapore, catch exciting shows and simply chill out at the beach.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City The Merlion

The Merlion

The national icon of Singapore, the mythical Merlion, with the head of a lion and body of a fish is perhaps the most photographed tourist attraction in Singapore. Its head symbolises the city’s original name ‘Singapura’ or ‘Lion City’ and the body represents the city’s humble beginnings as it was a fishing village. The Merlion is considered the guardian of the city and it is believed that it embodies the cultural values of the people as well. A selfie with this famous icon is a must.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

Visit this major tourist attraction for some major thrills and some ‘celebrity’ sightings. Southeast Asia’s first Hollywood movie theme park, which is situated in the Resorts World Sentosa, boasts of shows, cutting-edge movie-themed rides and fun cinematic experiences. Get your pictures taken with Shrek, Po or Marilyn Monroe and ride with the mummies and dinosaurs at Universal Studios. Explore the seven movie-themed zones from the popular Hollywood Walk of Fame, to the impressive landscape of New York. Dive into this glamorous and exciting experience.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Orchard Road

Orchard Road

This 2.2 km stretch of the boulevard is the hub for shopping in Singapore. Named after the nutmeg and pepper plantations that lined it in the 20th century, Orchard Road is a haven for shopaholics. Whether it’s a luxury brand, high-street fashion or chic home-grown labels, it’s all here to satiate your appetite for shopping. This long stretch also has a number of restaurants, cafés, hotels, spas, beauty salons and entertainment spots to explore.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Esplanade Theatres on the Bay

Esplanade Theatres on the Bay

Catch the best of performing arts at this 60,000 sq m centre situated in Marina Bay. Also called ‘The Esplanade Theatres’ or ‘The Esplanade’, it houses a 2,000-seater theatre, a 1,600-seat concert hall and other smaller venues to host multi-cultural performances from across the world. It also has the city’s first performing arts library and a mall as well. Marvel at the stunning architecture of the building and be sure to head to the rooftop garden for a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline. Of course, make sure to catch a performance or concert here.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Arab Street

Arab Street

Stroll down the famous Arab Street and get the feel and vibe of the Arabian way of life. Indulge in some retail therapy, shop for some spices, textiles, basketry items, perfumes, jewellery, and more. The street has the renowned Sultan Mosque that dates back to 200 years. Sample the fare any one of the Middle-Eastern restaurants and soak in the Arabian culture.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Step into the serene world of spirituality, on your visit to the Tang-styled Chinese Buddhist temple situated in Chinatown, constructed in 2007. Revel in the architecture of the shrine and the exhibits on Buddhist art and culture. It was conceptualised and designed by the temple’s Chief Abbot Venerable Shi Fa Zhao and holds Buddha’s left canine tooth, which is supposed to have been retrieved from his funeral pyre in Kushinagar, India. It’s housed inside a 420kg solid-gold stupa, though the authenticity of the tooth is debatable. Offer your prayers and enjoy the simple vegetarian meal served there.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Sands Casino

Sands Casino

Try your luck at the games at Sands Casino; sweep some stakes at the crap tables and slot machines. All you need to enter here is your passport. Lavishly spread over 15,000 sq m, the casino has 1,600 slot machines, 500 gaming tables, over 30 private gaming rooms and houses the most popular and newest electronic gaming machines. A mention has to be given to the spectacular chandelier, which is the world’s largest and consists of 130,000 Swarovski crystals. Do bear in mind that beach wear is not allowed, though casual wear is fine.

Image Courtesy: Eric Au / Singapore Tourism Board
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Raffles Spa

Raffles Spa

After all that sightseeing and activities, relax and soothe your tired nerves with rejuvenating treatments at the famous Raffles Spa. Book the luxury VIP suite for a unique experience if you wish. Choose any therapy from a plethora the spa offers, from facial treatments to body scrubs to body massages. Heal in the lap of luxury and nurture your mind, body and soul at this lovely spa. Do note that the spa services are available only for the residents of Raffles.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Chinatown

Chinatown

Visit the bustling neighbourhood that boasts of a distinct Chinese cultural ambiance and history. Walk through the five-foot-ways, and small alleys dotted by traditional shops and chic boutiques as well. You’ll find medicinal halls and teahouses juxtaposed with trendy bars and lifestyle stores. Food lovers can dig into some scrumptious Chinese fare at Chinatown Food Street or head to Neil Road, Duxton Road and Keong Saik Road for fine dining. Enjoy the electric vibe while you go clubbing at the various Chinese clubs on Club Street.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Explore the beauty of nature in all its glory at this pristine nature reserve situated on the slopes of Bukit Timah Hill, which is also the highest hill, and spread across the surrounding area. The nature reserves hosts over 840 flowering plants and over 500 species of animals, with the most being the Long-tailed Macaques. Though small, the reserve also has around 40 per cent of the city’s native flora and fauna. There are towering trees, rattans, orchids, ferns, gingers, etc. Marvel at the lush greenery around you at this paradise.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Marvel at this fascinating pool situated on the 57th floor at Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool. Swim up to the pool’s edge and enjoy the spectacular skyline and view of Singapore. Touted as the largest and highest infinity pool in the world, enjoy the panoramic view around from the Observatory Deck. Relax at the poolside lounger and enjoy the lovely sunset. Do note that only hotel guests are allowed to use the pool.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City MegaZip Adventure Park

MegaZip Adventure Park

All you adventure seekers, this one’s for you. Head to the MegaZip Adventure Park for that adrenaline rush. It’s all about speed, fun and excitement. Situated in Sentosa Island, on Imbiah Hill, the main attraction here is the 450m long zip-line, which is 72m above sea level, where you roll down on it across the jungle and sea to reach a man-made island off Siloso beach. There are other activities such as the ClimbMax, the ParaJump, NorthFace, and MegaBounce, to test your limits. Indulge in them for a natural high.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Dolphin Lagoon in Sentosa

Dolphin Lagoon in Sentosa

Situated adjacent to Palawan Beach, Dolphin Lagoon is a must visit for some spectacular display by pink dolphins, so called because of their pinkish hue. The lagoon has a collection of Indo-Pacific hump-backed dolphins as well. See the fur seals perform tricks along with the dolphins, shake hands and get pictures clicked with these friendly marine animals after the show.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Skyline Luge Sentosa

Skyline Luge Sentosa

Opened in the second half of 2005 the Skyline Luge is situated on Imbiah. With two tracks, this ride takes you downhill by relying on the gravitational pull to move. The only one in Southeast Asia, this one is a great outdoor experience meant for all age groups who crave an adrenaline rush. Enjoy the spectacular aerial view of the harbour along with the high you get from this ride.

Image Courtesy: Singapore Tourism Board
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Crane Dance at Siloso Beach

Crane Dance at Siloso Beach

Marvel at what technology can do! Splendid visual and sound effects tells this magical journey of love between two mechanical cranes that transform them into real birds because of their deep love. Right from their graceful courtship ritual that is a merry dance, to the pair turning into real cranes, the show is spectacular. And what’s more, it’s free! A must-see for everyone.

Image Courtesy: librarianidol via Flickr
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Fort Siloso

Fort Siloso

Take a guided tour of the only preserved coastal fort of Singapore and see the awe-inspiring cannons housed here. Once an important sea trading port for the British, today it is has been turned into a military museum, displaying its history and guns. Explore the underground ammunition stores that have WWII-era guns and visit the gallery with the British and Japanese waxworks on display. Take a walk through the Surrender Chambers that has exhibitions and commentaries that take you through the history of the city. Indulge in some laser games while there for some ‘real’ war experience.

Image Courtesy: Singapore Tourism Board
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay

Spread over 101 hectares (250 acres) of reclaimed land, Garden by the Bay is the vision of Singapore’s government to transform the country to a ‘City in a Garden’, from a ‘Garden City’. The essence of Singapore is captured in the gardens and the aim is to boost the greenery in the city to raise the quality of life. The three waterfront gardens in the park—Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden are all truly bewitching. Revel in their magnificent beauty and click fond memories.

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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Singapore Grand Prix

Singapore Grand Prix

All you racing enthusiasts, this is a must visit. Head to Marina Bay Street Circuit, the first street circuit in Asia and see the experts battle it out on it. 1961 was the year it all started when it was called Orient Year Grand Prix, later being renamed to Malaysian Grand Prix the following year. In 1965, when Singapore attained independence, it was renamed to Singapore Grand Prix. Surely go for this one and enjoy the electric atmosphere along with watching your favourite speed demons race on the tracks.

Image Courtesy: Romain Pontida via Flickr
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Eat Ice Kachang

Eat Ice Kachang

You can’t visit a country and not sample the local fare, can you? So, here is what you must try—the ice Kachang (ice beans) is a delight. Dig into the dessert with a twist, which is a Malaysian delicacy made of shaved ice, red beans, jelly, and sweet syrup. Topped with peanuts, mango, sweet corn, evaporated or condensed milk, durian, ice cream, basil seeds, cendol, and gula Melaka syrup, this is one refreshing dessert. From restaurants to the streets, it’s available everywhere.

Image Courtesy: Jonathan Lin via Flickr
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TraveLibro Singapore Singapore Featured City Singapore MRT

Singapore MRT

Take a ride in this world-class railway network that is the backbone of the city. Mass Rapid Transit has four main lines, is inexpensive, easy and safe. A word of caution—do avoid the morning and evening peak hours and be prepared to walk a bit underground. The network though is spotlessly clean and extremely efficient. You can even combine the bus and train ticket and discover the length and breadth of Singapore as a local.

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