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10 Best Place One Must Visit in Singapore - Top 10 Attractions to Visit in the Lion City

Tipped to be one of Asia's premier holiday hubs, there's much to discover in the Lion City. From malls to recreational hotspots, here are ten of Singapore's top points of interest.


Gardens by the Bay

As one of Singapore's newest attractions, this futuristic garden is a unique highlight in the island nation. Best known for its Supertree Grove, the Bay East Garden and the Cloud Forest Dome and the glasshouses found at the venue make it a wondrous location for all those who visit. Home to the tallest indoor waterfall on the planet, the Gardens by the Bay are a spectacular attraction by day and by night.


Singapore Zoo

Ranked among the world's finest rainforest zoos, the Singapore Zoo is a key attraction for all nature lovers visiting the country. With exciting excursion options including the Night Safari Tour up for grabs, the wildlife sanctuary is home to an impressive collection of majestic creatures including white tigers, komodo dragons, zebras, kangaroos and orang-utans.


Orchard Road

Compared to New York's Fifth Avenue and London's Oxford Street, Orchard Road is Singapore's self-appointed fashion capital. Home to a whopping 22 malls, 6 department stores and innumerable fashion boutiques, Orchard Road is your one-stop hub for designer brands and luxury goods. As a high-end retail district, a trip to Orchard Road is also the best chance to catch the latest movies at an IMAX theatre or sing one's heart out at KTV karaoke.


Botanic Gardens

As one of the country's oldest garden spaces, the Botanical Gardens were the first attraction in the island to receive a UNESCO World Heritage nomination. Offering visitors a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, the idyllic and sprawling surroundings of this flower-laden green space is also perfect for a picnic or reading under a tree. The National Orchid Garden is the most coveted area of the gardens and those based at hotels near Mapletree Business city Singapore the likes of Park Hotel Alexandra and other accommodation providers will have easy access to the site.


Singapore Flyer

Often compared to the London Eye, the Singapore Flyer is the best way to get a bird's eye view of Singapore. The observation pods which rotate at a leisurely pace allow visitors to enjoy panoramic views of the city below from a vaulted height.



Dubbed Singapore's Chinese food capital, Chinatown is the perfect location to shop and dine for less in the Lion City. Home to the Chinese Heritage Centre and other attractions including the Tooth Relic temple, the area is a thriving marketplace for cheap consumer goods and delectable treats.


Sentosa Island

As Singapore's original leisure space, Sentosa Island is home to Siloso Beach and a host of other points of interest including the Underwater World aquarium and The Flying Trapeze.


Universal Studios

Spread out across 49 acres, the only Asian instalment of Universal Studios Hollywood is a must-visit theme park in Singapore. Divided into entertainment zones, areas dedicated to beloved films and television shows including Shrek, Lost world and Battlestar Galactica are found here.


Clarke Quay

Referred to as Singapore's waterfront dining district, it is a nightlife Mecca for the masses. From fine dining restaurants, bars and classic pubs, the area also contains the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery.


Merlion Park

As one of the most iconic sites in the country, this spacious park which contains the Merlion sculpture is the ideal spot to snap a selfie when in the Lion City.

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