The Singapore Zoo is the only place in the world where you can have breakfast with orangutans! Ride a tram through the zoo on a morning tour with an expert guide who points out some of the 3,600 animals that inhabit the wildlife park. If you choose the optional jungle breakfast, enjoy a delicious international buffet in the company of a charismatic family of orangutans. Don’t miss the opportunity to photograph and interact with the apes as they swing and climb in their adjacent habitat.
Planning to visit Singapore? Looking for the most interesting, beautiful and fun Singapore attractions? Here’s a few ideas to help you plan the best possible vacation in this fascinating city-state and see everything you want to see, possibly even more!
Nature lovers will be pleased to know that Singapore is a real paradise. Even when staying in Singapore city, you will be able to encounter plenty of lush jungle and tropical flowers. Head to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, an amazing city park that you can enter for free, or go wild and leave the city for the Labrador Nature Reserve, the MacRitchie Trail or the Tree Top Walk.
If you are traveling with your kids then bring them along to the Singapore Zoo or the Night Safari, some of the most popular things to do in Singapore that you really don’t want to miss. Other great family attractions in Singapore are the Marine Life Park, Sentosa Island (an island full of entertainment and attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore and Wild Wild Wet), Underwater World, the Mint Museum of Toys and the Jurong Bird Park.
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Looking for the best views of the city? Go for a ride in the Singapore Flyer, Singapore’s own Ferris wheel, and enjoy Singapore from high above. If you happen to stay at the luxury resort Marina Bay Sands, then you could also enjoy the city-skyline view from their spectacular Infinity Pool on the 57th floor – a must see and an experience you will never forget!
Art and culture is abundant in this country. A few excellent museums and cultural institutions are the ArtScience Museum, Malay Heritage Centre, Peranakan Museum and the Asian Civilisation Museum. If you’re interested in seeing temples, head to Chinatown or Little India neighborhood, where you will find the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and the Sri Mariamman Temple, two popular places visited by many tourists.
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You’ve spent some time in Singapore and enjoyed all Singapore’s best attractions, and now you’re looking for something else? Asia is a vast continent and contains many different cultures, countries and heritages – it’s hard to pinpoint a site or a region! Even in Singapore, such a small country, you can see the mix of Indian, Chinese and Malay cultures. If you are considering to explore more of Asia, here’s a few suggestions into the fascinating world of the countries of the Far East:
- Thailand: “The land of smiles” is called like that for a reason – you won’t be able to stop smiling as soon as you get there, and the people there are always smiling! There are plenty of reasons to show your teeth – this sunny country has everything you can dream of – natural beauty, holy sites to explore, amazing shopping, some of the best beaches in the world and specialty cuisine. That’s only some of the reasons that this country is one of the most visited countries in the world!
- Great Wall of China: This stunning wall cuts through provinces and regions, seemingly never-ending and a world wonder that is hard to miss. When you visit the place, the feeling of an awe to this glory and history is felt right away. It’s a magical piece of history!
- Burma: This old world country, sharing a border with Thailand, is an amazing land, filled with holy sites and charming greenery and waters. Yaiktiyo Pagoda – The Golden Rock, is one of Burma’s most important sites, sitting on the edge of a cliff, seems like it’s about to fall over any second. It’s one of the most precious Buddhist sites in Burma and overall.
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Grab the chance to take the family on a Singapore Zoo Night Safari tour through the jungle. From the safety of your visitors' tram you'll spot nocturnal animals in their natural habitat, from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers. Then follow your guide on a night safari walking trail to see the animals at closer quarters. At the Singapore Zoo there's also the option to enjoy dinner at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant.
Get to know Singapore on a morning or afternoon half-day tour. You'll see all the city's highlights in one short tour perfect if your time is limited. Highlights include Singapore's vibrant Chinatown, colonial landmarks, Little India and the iconic, Merlion. You also have the option of combining your city tour with a 30-minute flight aboard the Singapore Flyer.
Explore Singapore’s Chinatown district from every perspective on this enjoyable 4-hour evening trishaw, riverboat and walking tour. Witness the nighttime street theater of this captivating district, learn about its history, and shop for bargains in the exuberant Night Market. Enjoy a delicious Chinese dinner and then take an unforgettable trishaw ride, trundling along the stall-packed lanes as your cyclist driver pushes the pedals! Lastly, board a ‘bumboat’ (riverboat) and soak up wonderful nighttime views of the Singapore's illuminated skyline as you cruise along the Singapore River.
Dive into fun-filled Sentosa Island on this afternoon trip from Singapore! Led by a guide, ride a scenic cable car to the island and visit three of its family-friendly attractions. Ogle sharks, rays, turtles and other exotic sea life at Underwater World; watch the dolphins at Dolphin Lagoon, and discover Singapore’s history as told through the immersive Images of Singapore LIVE. Finish with the Wings of Time show, a spectacular fountains and fireworks musical extravaganza. Upgrade for the Extreme Log Ride and ride a virtual log through 4D ravines and rapids!