Looking for a destination for your next vacation then read on what Singapore has to offer. Singapore is often regarded as a Garden City, with numerous species of trees and flowers throughout the island, green parks, reserves, and lush plant displays even indoors. For those who visit a place as wonderful as Singapore, there is a place that particularly impacts that city both for the technological feat that it implies and for the spectacular display of shows that take place on that site.
Gardens by the Bay:
Talking about the Gardens by the Bay, a place with different environments of climates and giant trees that will undoubtedly surprise and turn the stay in Singapore into something memorable. Inaugurated in June 2012, the Gardens by the Bay are one of Singapore’s must-see attractions for nature lovers and for those who want to be dazzled by views that leave you speechless. They are located in a large area of land located between the sea and the back of the Marina Bay Sands complex, and in a very short time, they have become one of the great attractions of a city.
Fort Canning Park:
At the heart of Singapore, you will find this green space, Fort Canning Park. It is the one of the city’s most significant historical landmarks. Fort canning park offers a beautiful and relaxing escape from the busy life of the city. Here you will find many exotic plants and walking trails. It is the home to many art and history attraction including an interesting underground WWII tunnel complex.
The Singapore Zoo is one of the most important zoos in the world. Its diversity of animals and the variety of activities it organizes are the desire of other parks. It occupies 28 hectares of extension. In the Singapore Zoo, you will find more than 3,600 animals of 400 species among which is an impressive collection of primates. The big advantage of the park is its “open zoo” style, where animals are only removed by ordinary barriers.
The River Safari is a park designed to show the exuberance and diversity of the largest rivers in the world and the ecosystems around them. All presented in a way that manages to entertain, enchant, inform and awaken in the visitor the need to conserve these biomes. The park, built in an area of about 12,000 square meters that borders one of the most important drinking water reserves in Singapore, contains nearly 5,000 animals of 300 species, including terrestrial and aquatic animals, of about 200 different species, of which 40 are in danger of extinction. It also has about 400 species of plants that help shape the ecosystem of each of the exhibits.
Little India (Little India) is one of the most characteristic neighbourhoods of Singapore. The smell of incense, colourful clothes, architecture, and shops are some of the things that make it so special. The first Indian immigrants were the servants of Sir Stamford Raffles who arrived in Singapore in 1819. At the end of the 19th century, many more immigrants were arriving in search of work. One of the best place to visit in the trip was to enter the temple of Sri Veeramakaliamman. This temple was built in 1881 and is the most important of the Hindu community. Sri Veeramakaliamman remains closed between 12:15 and 16:00 hours. The best hours to visit are 8:00, 12:00, 18:30 and 21:00.
In Chinatown, you will find the Heritage Center Chinatown (Chinatown Heritage Center), a three-story museum where the life of the early Chinese settlers is told. In addition to the museum, do not miss the Al Abrar Mosque (Telok Ayer Street), the Jamae Mosque and the Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple (South Bridge Road). Also do not miss the clothing and craft shops, where you will find items that you want to put in your suitcase. Sri Mariamman was built in 1827 and became the first Hindu temple in Singapore.