10 Things To Do In Singapore.
1 .Universal Studio
Enjoy a blockbuster of a day at Universal Studios Singapore® on Sentosa Island. With this day pass, you’ll Ride the Movies® with access to the park’s high-tech attractions and shows themed around popular movies and TV programs. Experiences include the Shrek 4-D Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure®, TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure, Revenge of the Mummy® and Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN™ vs. Battlestar Galactica CYLON™. Select hotel pickup is provided.
2.Singapore city tour
Go sightseeing at your own pace with this Singapore hop-on hop-off tour. enjoy the flexibility to explore the city across 2 different bus routes. While you’re on the open-top double-decker bus, listen to narration about the sights; then hop off when you wish to visit attractions independently.
Singapore Zoo is an absolute must-do; the animals reside in wide, open enclosures rather than cages. But for a truly memorable experience. You get so close to them for photo opportunities — they might even say "cheese!" Singapore Zoo has the world's most successful orangutan-breeding program, and the largest social colony of these highly intelligent primates outside of their disappearing tropical rainforest. Don't miss the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to photograph the orangutans as they swing and climb in their naturalistic enclosure.
4.Singapore night tour marine by the bay
First stop is Gardens By the Bay, Singapore's impressive latest attraction of greenery spread over 101 hectares right in the heart of the City. Enjoy the synchronized light and music show conducted under the Super Trees Show .Next visit Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, an iconic platform built 200m in the air, seemingly defying gravity. It offers 360-degree view of the lighted Singapore skyline to as far as Indonesia's Riau Islands. Then descend to Shoppes by the Bay which houses almost all the international brands of watches, leather goods, jewelry, and clothes. watch another synchronized light and music show this time against the City and Bay as the backdrop. Next board a river taxi for a 20-minute ride up the Singapore River to Clarke Quay passing historical bridges and buildings built more than a century ago.
5.Singapore night safari
Don’t miss the Singapore Night Safari, one of
Singapore’s top family attractions, located next to the Singapore Zoo. You’ll
explore the jungle park on an open-air tram, catching sight of nocturnal
animals in authentically created habitats. Then follow a guide on a walking
trail to see leopards and other wildlife up-close. You can also watch one of
the nightly shows, and you have the option to
So cool. One minute you're looking for animals in the dark, the next you spot them right next to the tram. Plus, there are interesting night shows at the zoo that feature animals doing fantastic tricks.
6.River safari in Singapore
Visit River Safari in Singapore for a wildlife
experience themed around the world’s freshwater rivers. You’ll wander around
eight river habitats, from the Yangtze to the Mississippi, to encounter animals
of all types, including the beloved giant panda. Learn about the native animals
and plants that are found around the world’s legendary rivers, and take a boat
ride on the ‘Amazon River,’
visit the Amazon Flooded Forest zone, where you can see more than 18 animal species, including the arapaima and manatee. If you wish, you can hop on the Amazon Quest for a boat ride down the ‘Amazon River’ to see fascinating Amazon animals like the red howler monkey, jaguar, anteater, capybara and Brazilian tapir
Learn about Singapore’s World War II
history and local cultures on this tour to Changi Chapel and Museum. With a
guide, you’ll visit Changi Village, a Malay community on Singapore’s east coast
where you can see what mid-20th-century life was like in a traditional dwelling
known as a ‘kampung.’ Hear about prisoners of war in Singapore during the
Japanese occupation, and see museum exhibits of artifacts. You’ll also visit
Tampines New Town for a look at local island life.
Afterward, head with your guide to the Malay community of Changi Village. When you arrive at Changi Chapel and Museum, dedicated to the World War II history of this part of Singapore, explore the site to learn about what life was like here before the war and how it changed after the Battle of Singapore and subsequent Japanese occupation. Browse displays of personal belongings, tools and other artifacts used by prisoners of war, and hear stories about the strength and resilience of the community during this hard time. Then drive through Changi Village to observe daily life in the area today before stopping at Tampines New Town, where you’ll see a wet market, housing blocks .etc,
Visit Jurong Bird Park in Singapore for a family-friendly adventure among various bird species, from parrots to penguins. You’ll ride the Panorail for a panoramic look at the bird park, and explore the Waterfall Aviary. See penguins from an underwater viewing gallery, and check out the Birds & Buddies show, which kids love. Set on 50 acres (20 hectares) of verdant green space, Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park is home to thousands of birds across hundreds of species. Enjoy quality family time at the various attractions, such as the Birds & Buddies show, which runs twice a day and features characters in colorful costumes.
DUCKtours®, which allows you to see city sights by both land and water. On ‘the duck,’ an amphibious military vehicle that was refurbished from World War II, you’ll drive around the city to check out attractions like the Fountain of Wealth and Singapore Flyer. Then hit the water to cruise past landmarks like the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue that sits where the Singapore River meets Marina Bay.
10. Sentosa Aquarium
Visit Singapore’s S.E.A. Aquarium™ on Sentosa
Island. Inside the aquarium—one of the world’s biggest—you’ll have access to
its many marine habitats that are home to more than 800 species, including
sharks. Get an up-close look at mysterious creatures like moray eels, gaze at
graceful stingrays and get your hands wet in the Discovery Touch Pool.
Sentosa Island’s S.E.A. Aquarium offers a
family-friendly experience in Singapore that’s both exciting and educational.
With your admission ticket, you can explore the aquarium’s various habitats
that mimic underwater life for hundreds of fish, mammals and marine plants in different
areas of the planet, from the Red Sea to the Arabian Sea to the South China