Exciting Holiday Activities to Explore At the Ever Bustling Singapore City

Singapore is a breath of fresh air and has a lot to offer when it comes to attractions as well as shopping and delectable cuisines. Read on to understand what keeps attracting travelers, both young and old, to visit this striking and mesmerizing destination with the help of cheap international tickets.

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Singapore is hardly 3/4th the size of metropolis cities in India or any other European city. Yet, you can discover stunning landscapes, clean beaches, sky scrapers, shopping hubs, marine aquariums and picturesque theme parks surrounding the bustling city of Singapore.

 

Helping you explore the top 5 tourist attractions of Singapore:

  1. Marina Bay

Marina Bay used to be a quiet water body a few decades ago. It used to mark the entrance of the Singapore River. Today, Marina Bay is one of the most iconic attractions of Singapore. The Marina Bay is home to some of the hot spots of the city center namely the Financial District, Clarke Quay, Central Civic District, Marina Bay Sands Resort and other attractive sky scrapers dotting the city of Singapore. You can book discount one way flight tickets to reach this modern and super cool city.

 

  1. Universal Studios, Singapore

Universal Studios is one of the latest developments that see several hundred tourists every day. Universal Studios, Singapore gives you a glimpse of Hollywood. You will feel like you are in Hollywood the minute you step into the Studios. You can click pictures with top-notch, life size models of Hollywood stars like Charlie Chaplin and Marilyn Monroe. You can also explore theme parks, roller coaster rides and other fun filled holidaying activities at the Universal Studios. The park is the initiative of the US$4.5 billion Resorts World Sentosa Development.

 

  1. Explore Singapore’s Green Space the Lavish Way

Discover the lush green of Singapore at Gardens by the Bay. Gardens by the Bay is a beautiful and a picturesque park situated at the Bay area of Singapore. The super tree that sits in between the park offers chilled out sky walks for patrons.

 

You will also find over-sized green houses all across the park. There are hundreds and thousands of different varieties of plants planted across the arena. You can enjoy elevated views of the gardens or take a long walk across the river side and all of this will not cost you a cent. The main park is open between 9 am in the morning until 9pm. Cheap international tickets can be availed if you book your flight tickets online.

 

  1. Chinatown – The Hub for Shopping

After some sightseeing you can explore the many shopping hubs selling beautiful souvenirs and explore historical monuments in the city as well. Chinatown is divided into four major sections. These include:

 

  1. Kreta Ayer
  2. TanjongPagar
  3. Telok Ayer and
  4. Bukit Pasoh

 

When in Singapore, be sure to visit Hokkien Temple, Thion Hock Keng, and Muthu Mariamman Hindu Temple.

You can also indulge your taste buds and savor sumptuous Chinese and Indian food. From heritage shops to five star boutiques, there is a lot to do and see in this beautiful city.

  1. Sentosa Island

The Sentosa Island is a man-made island which was purely built for recreation and fun. The island houses many other Singaporean attractions like the Universal Studios, Singapore, Tiger Sky tower, Singapore Butterfly and Insect Kingdom Expansive Resorts and fish aquariums to name a few. It is located to the South of Singapore. You can take a beautiful 12-minute cable ride, which allows you to enjoy astounding and panoramic views of the city.

Cheapest airline tickets can be availed if you book ahead of time. Book your tickets today!

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