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Updated by Lavinia Woolf on May 30, 2014
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Best Places to Visit in Singapore – Some of Singapore’s Finest

Singapore is a melting pot of different cultures and ethnicities. The city boasts of a reputation for being extremely clean, well disciplined and structured. In this environment there are many must see, must do locations and activities that a visitor to this economic, commercial and cosmopolitan hub should not miss.

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Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island

Visitors to this resort theme park will find it hard to complete all activities in one day. No matter how old you may be, there will be something for everyone. Dolphin lagoons, museums, dancing fountains, rides, insect kingdom, Fort Siloso, Flying Trapeze and Butterfly Park are just some of the attractions that are sure to catch your eye. Affording exciting tour packages to Singapore, Mackinnons Travels must be thought of before scheduling a trip to the area.

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The Universal Studios

The Universal Studios

The Studios are separated into 7 different zones, each with its own unique brand of rides, attractions and merchandise. The Palace of Far Far Away inspired by Shrek, Madagascar, Waterworld, Lost world of dinosaurs, the futuristic Sci Fi city, Ancient Egypt, as well as the ever popular New York and Hollywood zones form the incredibly attractive Worlds of Universal Studios.

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The Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo

The zoo has won many accolades and awards for its unique open natural concept as well as its conservation and breeding programmes. Animals are segregated by natural barriers. Visitors are able to visit a large array of animals from all across the world. Petting sections and animal shows are popular attractions as is the acclaimed Night Safari which takes you across 7 different geographical locations in the world.

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The Boat Quay and Clarke Quay

The Boat Quay and Clarke Quay

Popular areas for those looking to unwind and relax after a long sightseeing day, the Boat Quay and Clarke Quay are filled with clubs, pubs and restaurants, the atmosphere found here is light, carefree and comfortable.

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The Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer

This is the largest Ferris wheel in the world and is certainly an experience not to be missed. It offers an amazing 360 degree view of the city.