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Top 05 Things To See In Singapore – The Quintessential Holiday Hub

Singapore is the quintessential holiday hub appealing to all types of travellers. A place of modern splendour and historic gems; Singapore is loved for its cuisine, multi-racial culture, shopping and entertainment. Here are the top things to do in Singapore.

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Be Amazed At Gardens By The Bay

Prepare to be stunned as you explore this futuristic park. Gardens by the Bay is the perfect excuse for getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Explore the 'Bay East Garden', home to verdant environs of lush greenery. But nothing will thrill you like the Super Tree Grove. These futuristic trees which help sustain the environment are straight out of a sci-fi novel. Also, check out the Cloud Forest Dome where the worlds tallest man-made waterfall will have you gaping in awe. Oh yes, the Gardens by the Bay are one of the most important things to see in Singapore. And with city central hotels like Travelodge Harbourfront, located just 6 minutes away from this modern self-sustained eco-system, you can visit the place even at night to be a part of the entertainment on offer.

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Chill At The Botanic Gardens

Another fab destination for chilling in Singapore is the Botanic Gardens. Easy to reach from your central hotel in Singapore, this garden is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Home to heritage trees, lovely walking paths, benches to relax on, eco-gardens, a lake, a serene bonsai garden, sculptures and more. Make sure to check out the Orchid Garden, for a staggering variety of the royal bloom.

3

Explore The Singapore Zoo

Tipped to be one of the best rainforest zoos in the world, the Singapore Zoo makes sure its residents are well taken care of and survive in natural habitats. You must plan to spend at least 3 hours to explore the entire place. With visitors being given the chance to observe feeding rituals of some animals. There are zebras, chimpanzees, meerkats, white tigers, kangaroos and mole cats amongst others. The Orangutans are of course quite adorable, and you can observe both adults and kids playing around on their platforms. The Singapore Night Zoo too is a good place to visit. There you will travel across the park in a special train, to observe a variety of nocturnal animals living in their natural habitats. There's also the Jurong Bird Park and River Safari, both equally thrilling options and some of the best attractions in Singapore.

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Shop Till You Drop

Orchard Road is Singapore's fashion street. The area is home to ritzy malls and chic boutiques. Let loose the shopaholic in you and plan a new wardrobe as you explore the range of high-end designer wear at top malls. The area is home to six department stores and over 20 malls, what more can a serious shopaholic ask for! Orchard Road is not short on entertainment too; there's an IMAX theatre, karaoke bars and other thrilling venues promise to keep everyone entertained.

5

Enjoy Tea While Flying High

The Singapore Flyer is the world's largest observation wheel. You can top up your experience by choosing to enjoy the views with an impressive high tea thrown in. The views are absolutely stunning; reaching all the way to Indonesia's Spice Islands.