Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Singapore - Things not to be missed


Singapore is the smallest but cleanest in the world, no stranger to many people. Besides famous destinations such as Sentosa entertainment complex, Esplanade theater or Singapore Flyer giant ferris ...

1. Relax in the botanical garden
If you need a quiet and peaceful place, the Singapore Botanic Gardens will be the ideal place. With an area of ​​nearly 74 hectares, the botanical garden is the place to research and conserve more than 30,000 plant species voted by the TripAdvisor magazine as the most beautiful park in Asia. It also owns the world's largest orchid garden with over 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrid orchids.

2. Visit Chinatown
Nestled within the skyscrapers are the beautiful ancient Chinese houses called Chinatown. Coming to Chinatown, you will see the bright red lanterns hanging along the streets, admire the unique architecture or buy souvenirs. If you are a food lover, Kreta Ayer with food street, night market ... is the ideal place for you.

3. Visiting Little India
Stray into Indian territory, you will feel the passionate aroma of flowers, food and aromas. Noisy music and colorful buildings are also unique features that make it easy for visitors to receive. to Little India. At this point, you should not ignore temples and shrines before exploring Mustafa shopping mecca - where you can find everything from perfumes to Peranakan jewelry.

4. Explore the Arab crossroads
If you are tired of modern shopping centers in Singapore, visit the pretty little shops in Haji Lane decorated in Middle Eastern style located at the Arab Quarter. Visitors come here to enjoy unique cuisine, or smoking shisha while watching the sunset on the Sultan Mosque.

5. Night Safari
Singapore is the first place in the world to own a night zoo, awarded the Best Visitor Attraction Exprerience by the Singapore Tourism Board. The zoo has more than 1,000 wildlife of 115 species that graze and hunt in the natural environment. Here, when night falls, you can see the rhino, giraffes glide calmly or hear the howls of hyenas in the stillness of the night.

6. Go to Marina Bay Sands
Located on the banks of the Singapore River, Marina Bay Sands is one of the famous works of three large towers connected by a giant boat. Above the boat is the highest outdoor swimming pool in the world. This is also a busy shopping center with many famous casinos.

7. Admire the super tree
At first glance, you may think you're watching some science fiction movie, but 18 super trees with a height of 25-50m are a unique product entirely created by human hands, contributing to make the commercial center of lion island nation alive. The best time to see the super tree of the day is the evening.

8. Sip drinks along the river
Stretching from Marina Bay to Robertson Quay, the shops on the Singapore River are the ideal destination at night. Everyone can join the party, enjoy delicious drinks as well as watch the city shimmering with lights at night. You can also sail down the river to enjoy the fresh air, airy, fresh at night.

9. Enjoy traditional Singaporean cuisine
Culinary Singapore is a blend of many culinary features in the world. Whether it is a high-class restaurant or a street food stall, the menu is still rich and colorful. It can be Malay food prepared in the style of Islam, Thai food or Chinese food will surely make you satisfied.

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