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Top 10 Singapore Attractions

It may be small, but make no mistake: Singapore has tons of sights and things to do. To narrow down the large selection, we present ten of the best attractions that are just waiting to be discovered by you.

1. Marina Bay

The city shows its most impressive side at Singapore's famous Marina Bay. The famous luxury hotel Marina Bay Sands is located very close to the bay. In recent years, the entire area of ​​Marina Bay has changed dramatically, contributing to the incredibly rapid development of this cosmopolitan city-state.

2. Clarke Quay

What began as a historic riverside quay is now one of Singapore's hippest locations with lots of bars, upscale restaurants, boutiques and vibrant nightclubs. It's no secret that Clarke Quay is not to be missed, which is why this quay attracts many tourists as well as Singapore's party animals.

3. Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is the world's second largest Ferris wheel. Erected over a three-story terminal building with a capacity for 784 people, the Flyer is 150 meters in diameter, 165 meters high (about 30 meters higher than the famous London Eye!) And has a speed of 0.21 meters per second. A ride with the Flyer is an unforgettable experience because of the breathtaking view.

4. Sentosa

An unusual excursion destination even by Singapore standards. This lush green island, dedicated solely to leisure and relaxation, is located off the southern tip of Singapore and is often referred to as the 'State of Fun'. Sentosa offers a wide variety of natural beaches, coastal and bike paths, theme parks, nature reserves, shopping areas, excellent restaurants, and much more.

5. Little India

If all of the shop signs are all written in Tamil, then you've made a beeline for India during your stay in Singapore. Little India is a colorful and exciting neighborhood east of the Singapore River and north of Kampong Glam and seems like an oasis in the midst of modern surroundings. The delicious exotic flavors from family kitchens and restaurants let you know you have arrived at the right place. Stroll the busy streets that sell all kinds of Indian goods and visit some of the colorful temples.

6. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the bay is a spacious, one hundred hectare nature park, which is immediately recognizable by its 25 meter long centerpiece: the Supertree Grove, a complex of plant-covered steel scaffolding. The three gardens by the water are part of the transformative plans to transform the “garden city” Singapore into a “city in a garden”. This stunning take on a greener city includes the Flower Dome - the world's largest greenhouse - and the Cloud Forest. This is a real rainforest of lush tropical green and is watered by the world's largest indoor waterfall.

7. Chinatown

The scent of exotic herbs and spices that hangs in the air of the winding streets and the numerous opportunities for delicious food have made Singapore's Chinatown an ethnic enclave of the city that is definitely worth a visit. Amidst the shops and busy streets, you will find a rich cultural and historical heritage that is around two hundred years old. Chinatown never seems to sleep, and as soon as the sun has set, new flavors emerge and the endless night markets open up for business.

8. Orchard Road

Orchard Road has grown into a shoppers' paradise since its inception as a street for fruit and vegetable sellers. Stroll through a neighborhood of Eastern architecture, replica pagodas, and shops for collectibles, fine whiskeys, and well-known brands. Indulge your palate in first-class gourmet restaurants and with international cuisine. Enjoy drinks in some of the best bars in town.

9. Universal Studios

This renowned American theme park, which can only be found once in this way in Asia, was built in the middle of Singapore on the island of Sentosa. Universal Studios offer both children and adults a fun-filled day with 28 rides, shows and attractions. The park also includes cafes, bars, restaurants, and live performances - there is something for everyone.

10. Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park

The Singapore Zoo (also colloquially Mandai Zoo) intends to evolve the conventional zoo experience into a more open and natural zoo for visitors by providing 28 hectares. This includes using the land itself to provide a natural water supply, vegetation and secondary forest. It is also home to the largest non-wild colony of endangered orangutans in the world.

Jurong Bird Park is located at the highest point in the Jurong region and is an elaborately designed bird sanctuary that is home to over 400 species of birds. Hear voices from the wilderness that have never been seen before and immerse yourself in a world full of toucans, turacos, owls and macaws, whose feathers in bright jungle colors are just waiting to be admired.

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