Singapore sightseeing. Travel guide - attractions, sights, nature and touristic places

When The Night Comes This small city-state managed to reach an incredible level of development. Without any natural resources, Singapore has become a modern metropolis, which skyline is dotted with numerous skyscrapers. This is a truly universal place, so travelers will find there Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street.
Singapore's favorable climate left its mark on the mentality and character of the local people. The air temperature stays stable at 26 ºC throughout …
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Gardens by the bay are a must visit attraction for every visitor in Singapore. This is a beautiful waterfront park that is divided into three parts – Bay East Garden, Bay Central Garden and Bay South Garden. Bay South Garden is home to the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest. The Cloud Forest is a several story building with own artificial waterfall and environment close to natural cloud forests. In the Flower Dome travelers will find flowers and trees from all over the world.
Without a doubt, Marina Bay Sands is one of the most widely recognized buildings in Singapore. The three buildings and a boat atop of them were opened in 2010 and include a hotel, a large shopping mall, an observation deck and even a museum of art. There is a large swimming pool of the roof of the building, from which it’s possible to see the Singapore skyline. Orchard Road, one of the most popular streets in Singapore, will be liked by fans of shopping, travelers who want to look at old colonial buildings and those who want to visit museums as some of the best museums in Singapore are located there, namely the Singapore Art Museum, the National Museum of Singapore and Battle Fox. Copyright
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Sentosa Island is a great place to relax and spend some time away from busting city life. This theme park offers various entertaining activities including zip lining into the ocean, numerous rides, indoor skydiving, laser shows and sand beaches. The biggest theme parks of Singapore – Universal Studios and Underwater World – are also located there.
Chinatown Singapore A great way to enjoy panoramic views of the state is to take a ride on the Singapore Flyer, a ferris wheel that was the largest one in the world until 2014, when this title was won by the Las Vegas High Roller. There are several restaurants, shops and even a small garden near the ferris wheel. Finally, travelers with kids are recommended to visit the Singapore Zoo, which occupies the area of more than 28 hectares. More than 300 species of animals live in the zoo, including the largest colony of orang-utans in the world.
Monuments and architectural objects, notable for the history and culture of the country. …
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History and Entertainment

Singapore is notable for its eventful cultural life. During the year, decades of festivals and holidays are celebrated here. Fascinating celebrations are held on the day of the Chinese New Year. The main attribute of this holiday is breathtaking fireworks. In February, several interesting Hindu holidays including Pongal and Thaipoosam are celebrated. They always go hand in hand with exciting traditional rites, in most of which tourists can take part. In July, Singapore is visited by professional gourmets and cooks from all parts of the world. In this season, the traditional Singapore Food Festival is organized.
Skyline, Boat Quay, Singapore Singapore is very popular with shopping enthusiasts. There are upscale shopping malls in its fashionable skyscrapers. Here, you can buy clothes, electronics, decorations and accessories from the most famous global manufacturers. The main shopping street in Singapore is the Orchard Road. The sale season lasts from late May to August. During this period, prices of many products go down to 50-70%. The summer period is the best time for shopping.
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Famous and uniques places in Singapore from our review series

Heavenly pool-bridge Sky Habitat

From the series “Most Scary Swiiming Pools”
Construction of Sky Habitat towers was completed in Singapore in 2016. The sky bridge-pool symbolically connects them. It was equipped on the 38th floor. It will be incredibly scary to swim in this pool for people who are afraid of heights. Moshe Safdie was the main architect of this large-scale complex. More than 500 luxury apartments are equipped in huge skyscrapers today. They offer panoramic views of the suburban Bishan district.

Three bridges connect skyscrapers located next to each other. A wonderful recreation area is equipped on each of them. Gardens with live plants adorn the two lower bridges. You can take a sun bath and relax in the natural greenery here. It was decided to convert the third and highest bridge into an infinity pool. The presence of such recreation areas in the … Read all

Masjid Sultan

From the series “Top Largest and Famous Mosques Worldwide”
One of the most popular sightseeing in Singapore is Masjid Sultan, built in 1928. The mosque has seen a number of reconstructions; however, it didn’t lose its original look. British architect Denis Santry has projected one of the most beautiful 4 100 square meters mosques in the world.

At once there can be about 500 believers. The main peculiarity of the building is a huge gilded cupola. The mosque is situated on the territory of the popular touristic district Kampong Glam that’s why it is known mostly for every tourist. But not everybody knows that the first mosque was built there even at the beginning of the 19th century. Later the Muslim community has drastically increased and needed a bigger mosque. The building of the new mosque has begun by order of Sultan Hussain Shah. Until … Read all

Clinic Bar

From the series “The Most Extraordinary Bars and Café on the Planet”
The "Clinic Bar" in Singapore will surprise you with its original decor and treats. The bar’s design resembles a real hospital. Instead of sofas you will find hospital beds, instead of armchairs – invalid wheelchairs. Original cocktails are given to the visitors not in shining glasses but in vails and drip bulbs. All like in a real hospital.

This bar is very popular among young people and travelers. The first celebrates holidays there and the second choose it for a photo session. All the staff is wearing doctors' clothes, which impresses people more. The author of the design in this thematic bar is a popular artist – Damien Hirst. He is also known for his other outstanding works.

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Reference information
Map of all Michelin restaurants
Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore
♥   Restaurant 'Chikuyotei' Singapore. Type - Japanese. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Chilli Padi (Joo Chiat)' Singapore. Type - Chinese. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Colony' Singapore. Type - International. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Corner House' Singapore. Type - Innovative. On the map   Photos
♥   Restaurant 'Crystal Jade Golden Palace' Singapore. Type - Chinese. On the map   Photos

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