These attractions not to be missed when traveling Singapore

The island population of lions disclose locations for travelers pocket, like Hainanese chicken rice where the most delicious, most cheaper shopping areas, night zoo located?


Botanic Gardens is a haven of many trees and hundreds of flowers colors. Gardens are open daily free from 5am to midnight.


Tiong Bahru as many visitors neighborhood favorite with many shops, boutiques, bars decorative eye.


Do not forget to enjoy the local cuisine in a dining area. From spicy curry to noodles, vermicelli, Singapore is famous for the delicious street food.


Perhaps the most famous Singapore dishes is the Hainanese Chicken Rice. Where the natives eat this dish is chicken rice restaurant and Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Wee Nam Kee.


Haji Lane in Kampong Glam is a narrow alley with many cute little shops that fashionistas will love.


Singapore Flyer is the roundabout at 164 meters above ground, allowing visitors a panoramic view of the city.


Haw Par Villa is located on Pasir Panjang park is open free of charge to more than 1,000 statues depicting the stories, anecdotes and folk religion of China.


Famous Orchard road with 22 shopping malls, large supermarket 6 and 5,000 brands for guests to choose from.


To relax, take a tour on the river registered Singapore through the famous wharf as Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay.


At the Singapore Zoo, you may encounter funny animals like otters, dwarf, giant crocodiles, zebras and rhinos.


Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown celebrated with all kinds of lanterns, eye-catching decorations and all kinds of moon cake is delicious.

sd12Marina Bay Sands SkyPark at Bayfront Avenue is home to the observatory and infinity swimming pools, giving you views of the city from 57 floors. Although the infinity pool is for hotel guests, but you can buy tickets for the observatory.


Spicy crab dish must try to enter Singapore.


On rainy days, you go to the National Museum of Singapore to enjoy the creative festivals like Night Festival, the film presentation, or exhibition of the history of this island nation.


Jurong Bird Park in Jurong Hill is home to a collection of the biggest birds in Asia with more than 5,000 birds of 400 different species.


Clarke Quay shimmering night restaurants, bars and leisure activities like karaoke.


Sailed from Changi Village to Pulau Ubin beautiful oasis, where the road to cycling or pristine waters ideal for sailing.


If you want cheap shopping, you can go to Bugis Street. There are markets selling all kinds of clothes, shoes, accessories and food stalls with comfortable prices. Specifically, store Good Old Days, there are antiques from decades 60-90.


Chinatown is near Little India (Little India) with the restaurant selling authentic Indian food. Also here there are food markets, temples and festivals scattered throughout the year.


Singapore’s Night Safari is located in Mandai Lake Road is the zoo at night, is open from 19:30 to midnight. You can view over 2,500 nocturnal animals specialist, or admire the performances with fire stunt.