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Best places to visit in Singapore in the year 2019


Traveling to the eastern side of the world has become the trend now because of affordable costs, mystical experiences and amazing facilities which they offer during the travel. With the increasing trend in globalization and technology,  The East is no longer strange land for the global traveler to visit.

Singapore, in particular, has gained much attention for travelers for the urbane ambiance, amazing shopping opportunities, tourist attractions at an affordable price.

Here are some of the best places to visit in this vivacious city in the year 2019:

Garden by the Bay:  The first ever aesthetic place to visit in Singapore would be this exquisite gardens which are illuminated with light during the evenings. The Marina Bay holds a Supertree Grove and it is the best sight to see during the nights. Also visit the Flower Dome, and Cloud Forest which brings a breathtaking view for the travelers.

Garden by the Bay Singapore

Little India and Arab Street:  Experience the Indian feel and Middle Eastern feel at the same place with small shops, cozy cafes and historical mosques. The Arab Street has marvelous mosques, shopping stalls, Arabian cuisine and an overall heavenly feel. Little India is a an Indian settlement in Singapore right from the colonial times.  Visit the Veerammakalikamman Temple which offers fantastic south Indian vibes. For the Indian food lovers, Little India is a perfect place to visit!

Little India (Singapore)

Singapore Flyer: To get a majestic view of Singapore from the top, this is the perfect place to visit. Make sure that the plan is made during sunset time so that the city can be viewed in the best light.  This happens to be Asia’s largest wheel standing over 165 meters high. Especially if you are traveling with kids, Singapore Flyer is a must visit tourist attraction.

Singapore Flyer

Universal Studios:  Located at Sentosa Island, Universal Studios is a thrilling destination to experience. A full day out can be loaded with entertainment, adventure and a tremendous amount of fun. Visit Walk of Fame and strike a pose with your favorite Hollywood personalities. Also, play the adrenaline pumping Battlestar Galactica. If you are a Sci-Fi lover, don’t miss Sci-Fi City!

Universal Studios Singapore (Sentosa Island)

Chinatown:  The fantastic market is known for authentic Chinese food, red lanterns, bright steps and breathtaking aura. Also visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple along with the Hindu Temple of Sri Mariamman.  The oldest Chinese temple Thian Hock Keng which was built way back in 1820 is another added attraction

Chinatown (Singapore)

Singapore Zoo: For an eye-popping wildlife experience and endangered animal views, Singapore Zoo offers nothing but the best. More than 300 species, including Zebras, Kolas, and White Tigers can be seen at the best maintenance here. Frozen Tundra has the display of snow animals like polar bears, raccoon dogs and in Fragile Forest one can experience true wildlife bliss. Don’t miss Spanish Safari, Orangutan Exhibit and plan out breakfast in the jungle as well!

Singapore Zoo

S.E.A Aquarium: At Sentosa Island, this archway aquarium is a delight to watch for sea animal lovers. Catch a glimpse of Sting Rays, Sharks, Bottlenose Turtles, and Coral reefs in the visit!

SEA Aquarium (Sentosa Island) Singapore

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