Singapore

Some refer to her as the “little red dot”, but Singapore’s presence in the world today is larger than that moniker. In fact, Singapore is a bustling cosmopolitan city that offers a world-class living environment, with her landscape populated by high-rise buildings and gardens. One interesting facet you’ll discover about Singapore is a ubiquitous collage of cultures, where people of different ethnicities and beliefs coexist. Besides a vibrant multicultural experience, there’s more you can discover about Singapore.

Sentosa Singapore
Sentosa island is located southern most in Singapore. Sentosa in Malay mean peace and tranquility , before 1970 this island is use as military training camp but latter government has decided to develop into holidays resort.There are  a lot of attraction there in the Sentosa island – Tiger Sky Tower, Butterfly park & Insect kingdom, Song of the sea, Sentosa 4D Magix, Sentosa Cineblast, Fort Siloso, Mega Zip Adventure park , Azzura beach club, Sentosa Luge & Skyride. Inside the sentosa island will be more than 5 hotels include

  • Movenpick Heritage Hotel
  • W Sentosa Cove Singapore
  • The Sentosa Resort & Spa
  • Siloso Beach Resort
  • Shangri-la Rasa Sentosa Resort
  • Capella Singapore
  • Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa
  • Coast Sand Resort

While There is another section in sentosa operated by Resort World Sentosa (which is under Resort World Genting Group) . Theme Universal Studio Sentosa is in this section of sentosa and few other famous hotels like Hard Rock Hotel,Festives Hotel, Micheal Hotel , Equarius Hotel , Crockford Tower and Spa Villas. There would be your fun paradise .

Garden By The Bay
Garden by the bay is located near Marina Bay Sand in front of waterfront.If you at the garden you may have a glorious views of the Marina Bay Skyline, elegant palm trees and lush wide open lawns await.A beautiful pavilions wide open lawns , swaying palm trees and waist high flowering shrubs welcome you at bay east garden, where you can admire the modern marine bay financial district skyline from along its 2KM waterfront promenade. The operation hour is 24 hours with no admission charges.

Orchard Road
2.2 kilometer by boulevard that is the retail and entertainment hub of Singapore. It is a major tourist  attraction in addition to being the most popular shopping enclave in the city – state. There would be another paradise for shopaholic.

China Town
Today’s Chinatown comprises five districts: Telok Ayer, Bukit Pasoh, Tanjong Pagar, Kreta Ayer and Ann Siang Hill. Designated as conservation areas by the Urban Redevelopment Board in 1989, these districts have over the years cultivated their own unique identity.

Singapore Zoo
Take time out with the family at one of Singapore’s most popular attractions, Singapore Zoo. This world-class establishment is beautifully landscaped with acres of tropical foliage, pleasing the animals who live here and visitors alike. You’ll see Singapore’s orangutans and exotic imports like tigers, sea lions, baboons and giraffes.

Singapore Flyer
All great cities of the world have a big wheel these days, and Singapore is no exception. Lifting you 165 m (540 feet) into the air, the Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel, providing amazing panoramic views of the city, the sea and the surrounds.  The Singapore Flyer has 28 capsules, each seating up to 28 passengers. While you’re here you can dine at a choice of eateries on Levels 1 and 2, or shop for souvenirs. Take a 30-minute sightseeing flight, book a cocktails or champagne flight, or go for the lot with a full-butler sky dining experience.

Clare Quay
Lining the Singapore River, the renovated riverside warehouses and ‘godown’ shophouses of historic Clarke Quay make up one of Singapore’s major wining and dining precincts.  Now pedestrianised and home to shops, restaurants, nightclubs, river cruise bumboats and floating cafes, the precinct pays homage to Singapore’s river trade and colonial history.  Clarke Quay is a good place to look for varied cuisines, from Italian to brewhouse and fine French, and relaxed outdoor bars with river front views. It’s also where you’ll find Singapore’s wild Reverse Bungy adventure ride.

Marina Bay Sand
Touted as the world’s most expensive casino this 2,561 room integrated resort lavishly offers nearly anything that a visitor could ever need on their stay in Singapore. In addition to the 500 tables and 1,600 slots which comprise the atrium casino, the Marina Bay Sands has also opted to include an ice-skating rink, two entertainment theatres, the 300-store Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands shopping mall, an art science museum and a full range of evening entertainment and shows. There is also an impressive, 478 foot (145.7 meter) long infinity swimming pool which gazes out over the Singapore skyline at the aptly named SkyPark—an observation deck which stretches longer than the Eiffel Tower were it laid down. Swimmers with a fear of heights beware: the “infinity” edge looks out over a 55-story drop to the street level below.