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5 Best attractions in Alexandra Road Singapore – Places you must visit while in Singapore

Found in Bukit Merah, Alexandra Road is a major two-way road in Singapore. The near vicinity is filled with adventurous activities, and tourists find them to be unique and exciting.


Adventure Cove Waterpark

This is one of the primary attractions found near Alexandra Road. With high-speed water slides and an adventure river, the park intrigues adults and kids in equal measure. The park touts numerous species of tropical fish, and you see them swim around the colourful reef. The visitors are offered close encounters with sharks which is the most thrilling experience. You can slide down Adventure River that flows through fourteen themed zones, and a tropical jungle. If you want to be part of the marine life for a little while, consider a snorkelling session; you will have 20,000 different species of fish for company.


Formula One Adventure

If you are up for something thrilling, head over to Marina Bay Street Circuit; this is the official venue for the world-famous Singapore Grand Pix. The track has a length of 5 kilometres, and it can entertain nearly 90,000 spectators. Those who are into fancy, sporty cars are thrilled by Marina Bay Street Circuit. Unleashing the power of a luxurious, sporty car is not something you can do everywhere, so if you are staying at a hotel near Harbourfront Singapore, the likes of Park Hotel Alexandra for example, make use of this opportunity and sign up for a turbocharged double tour. Tough exciting and fun, this also poses an immense risk, so make sure you wear a helmet and fasten your seat belt.


Sentosa Islands

If you are in Singapore on your honeymoon, Sentosa Island is a place that should be on your itinerary. The place never fails to offer a fun, thrilling experience, but it is also highly romantic. The island is located off the southern coast; it has got its share of pristine beaches. The island is known to nurture rare, exotic forms of flora and fauna, and not to mention the twenty-five conserved trees found there. Universal Studios, with its interesting features, is the main highlight of Sentosa Island, and thrill-seeking honeymooners find the studio to their taste. At the park, you get to enjoy all the typical adventure park things like water rides, roller coaster rides, and rock climbing, but there's a feature that stands out, which is Jurassic park adventure, and the studio hosts many live shows as well. However, if you are not in the mood for adventure, you can always opt to laze around in the blue waters, and should you go hungry, you'll find several bars and restaurants on the beach.


Sunset at Pinnacle @ Duxton Skybridge

Located in Chinatown, the Pinnacle at Duxton is a must-visit. The 50th floor of Skybridge offers amazing, panoramic views of Chinatown. There are many spots in Singapore that provide aerial views, but Duxton Skybridge is the tallest of them all. The place admits only 200 people a day which is a bummer, and the fee is only payable by pre-topped up cards. Despite the difficulty to get in, the place offers the most enchanting sunsets, so, make sure you do what you need to in order to get in there.


The Waterboat House

Before it became famous for continental cuisine, the site acted as the source of water for the incoming ships. But now it has transformed itself into something completely charming. There are two restaurants that serve European flavours, including French classics; among them is an elegant seafood menu. The rooftop bar found at the site offers skillfully crafted bar bites along with unique concoctions of spirits.

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