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Top 06 Tourist Attractions in Singapore- There’s more than what meets the eye!

While Singapore is known throughout the globe as an economic stronghold that punches above its weight, what it may be even more well-known regionally for is as a holiday destination for those looking to witness some of their marvels of architecture as well their jaw-dropping attractions. Take a look through our listed picks if you are looking to get a good taste of what Singapore has to offer!

1

Gardens by the Bay

You may have seen these enormous tree-like structures floating around on social media at some point. These stunning designs are a tribute to the commitment of Singapore to improve the greenery and flora for a better quality of life. Now you can count this marvel amongst one of the most popular places in Singapore with 50 million people visiting in 2018 alone, that's almost ten times the population of Singapore!

2

VivoCity

If you are a true shopaholic then you would not want to miss out on visiting the largest shopping mall in the country. VivoCity is located just opposite the Travelodge Harbourfront and it hosts an array of international brands making it a location that is bubbling with excitement and drawing in large crowds looking to bask in some shopping while appreciating its' unique architectural design.

3

Universal Studios

The epicentre of all things fun and exciting is considered by many to be at the Universal Studio Singapore which features rides and attractions from a variety of franchises ranging from Shrek to Transformers. This park features thrilling rides, replicas of popular locations like New York City and so much more. For the real enthusiasts, you may purchase a season pass while staying at any one of the hotels near Universal Studios Singapore to truly enjoy this wondrous theme park!

4

Singapore Zoo

As with all else, Singapore does not disappoint in terms of showcasing a brilliant collection of wildlife to its eager visitors. Constructed in June 1973, the Singapore zoo contains 315 different animal species with about 15-20 species falling into the category of a "threatened species". A popular tourist destination since its inception, the zoo is also home to the largest captive colony of orangutans in the world.

5

Clarke Quay

Once considered a hub of commerce in its heyday, this riverside quay now is bustling with activity as people escape from their shopping expeditions and seek refuge in its restaurants for a nice meal. Alternatively, if you are craving some nightlife, Clarke Quay holds several nightclubs and novel floating pubs that are perfect for a visitor to unwind at.

6

Marina Bay Sands

Another iconic architectural marvel, the luxurious Marinda Bay Sands is a sight to behold. Upon completion, this monumental structure was considered the most expensive casino property, costing a cool $8 Billion. This structure is symbolic of the glamour and development within Singapore as a nation and has certainly brought in its fair share of tourism into the country. Fully equipped with a casino, several restaurants, a mall, a museum and a mind-boggling view of the entire city, you would certainly be hard-pressed to find a better place to spend some time when visiting Singapore.