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Top Attractions in Singapore - Explore, absorb and immerse!

Singapore has grown over the years into an extremely popular tourist destination. It caters to most people with its varied offering of activities. Let's look at the top attractions in Singapore.


Universal Studios

Universal Studios is a prime example of quality and immersive entertainment experiences throughout the world, and Singapore is no different. Universal Studios Singapore was opened in 2010 and is one of the newest additions to the country's growing list of attractions. The theme park offers an array of different sections full of rides and shows relative to major movies released by the studio. The main shopping portion of the park, named Hollywood Boulevard offers a great many rides and souvenir shops. One of the biggest attractions within the park is its two intertwining roller coasters. Another major highlight being the 'Revenge of the Mummy' ride found in the Ancient Egypt section of the park. This ride includes an indoor roller coaster experience unlike any other, featuring 3D imagery, laser lights and holographic images.


Marina Bay

Marina Bay is definitely one of the human feats in urban development. This was once simply a body of water at the entrance of the Singapore River. As part of the land reclamation effort, today Marina Bay stands as a testament to how this small country has proven itself to become one of the world's most luxurious travel destinations. Marina Bay is home to some of Singapore's most iconic skyscrapers, attractions and hotels. Definitely check around online for some of the best holiday deals if you're planning to visit Singapore and check out its many attractions. One such site is where you could find packages on discovering the many areas of Singapore.


Gardens by the Bay

Singapore's world famous Supertree structures are found within the massive, futuristic park known as Gardens by the Bay. These structures are surrounded by an impressive garden and giant seashell shaped greenhouse units that recreate cold mountain climates. With a plethora of different plants and trees to discover and learn about, this is a fun and informative attraction to all who visit. The park sits on 250 acres of reclaimed land making this a truly impressive accomplishment. The park in its entirety can be seen from the top of Marina Bay Sands to give you a sense of its impressive size. One of the highlights is the shows that can be seen beneath the Supertrees. Many tourists and locals gather to watch a musical light show that illuminates all the Supertrees to the rhythms of the music played.


Clarke Quay

While the other places on this list feature many attractions that offer daytime adventures, Clarke Quay is built for its Nightlife. Considered the party hub of Singapore, you'll find plenty of dazzling lights and thumping nightclubs here. Originally planned as a centre of commerce, Clarke Quay has since evolved to feature a whole selection of themes and attractions. Some of these attractions such as the Bamboo Bar at the Forbidden City, Bar Opiume at the Empress Place and Attica or even Canvas are highly popular amongst tourists as well the locals.


Little India

Little India is one of the most popular cultural shopping hubs within the country. It is the centre for most of Singapore's Indian community. The area is sure to bring about an experience unlike any other through its many multicoloured shops along the streets, spiritual chants from its various temples and mosques, or even the delicious aromas that scent the area from the many surrounding eateries. Visiting and exploring Little India is considered a definite must for many tourists, especially if you're a shopaholic.

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