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Top 5 City Destinations to Visit in Singapore

Singapore is one of the most visited cities in Asia due to its beautiful attractions, exciting activities, and a wide variety of food to try out. It is also known as a shopper’s paradise as it homes antique stores and stores with cool gadgets, with pricing designed to fit different categories of people. Below are some of the city destinations that you must visit should you decide to visit this beautiful city.

The Marina Bay

The famous Marina Bay recently went through an epic transformation that upgraded it to a new spectacular tourist destination. The Marina Bay Sands complex proudly stands in the middle and is surrounded by the glamorous resort, a Science Museum, and a whole lot of shopping and nightlife options. The hotel allows its guests a chance to access an infinity pool found at the roof-top. You also get to experience a panoramic view of the city from the Sands complex.

If you are all about the nightlife, Marina Bay has a Casino inside the resort where you get to play over 700 table games and up to 2,500 gaming machines! This Casino sits on approximately 15,000 sqm, which is less than 5 % of the resorts total size.

Chinatown

If you are a foodie and a shopaholic, you do not need to worry about where to go in Singapore. Chinatown is a colorful market that offers great deals on apparel, souvenirs, and different antique artifacts. Some of these stores allow shoppers to use voucher codes when buying items on offer.

There are also different eateries in this destination that allows foodies to excite their taste buds with the wide food range. Whether you love trying cheap street foods or you prefer dining in upscale restaurants, Chinatown offers all that and more!

Clarke Quay

The Clarke Quay is built around a river, making it a picture-perfect destination for all the Instagram photos. It houses various restaurants, nightclubs, and shopping stores. The restaurants have created lovely dining set-ups at the river’s edges, allowing the tourists to have romantic dining experiences. The clubs are also flashy and bustling in this region as they offer karaoke nights for the party animals.

Universal Studios

This was the first amusement park at this end of Asia. Movie lovers do not need to wonder where to go to in this city as Universal Studios has over 20 movie-themed attractions that range from Madagascar for the kids to Ancient Egypt for the adults. It also has different water rides and roller coasters that vary for different age groups. Its physical location, Sentosa Island, is also a beautiful site to see. You can use a coupon code that you may find available on online coupons to save money when buying tickets.

Sentosa Island and Changi Beach

For those looking for a more tranquil experience far from the busy city life and don’t know where to go in Singapore, this island town is must-see. Singapore isn’t known as a beach destination but if you are looking for some fun in the sun then Sentosa Island is the place to be. There are numerous activities one can engage in from skimboarding, kayaking, and playing volleyball on free courts. Visitors can play volleyball on free courts or go kayaking and skimboarding. This island also homes an underwater aquarium where you can swim with dolphins.

Orchard Road

Similar to London’s Oxford Street, Orchard Road is one of the best locations for shoppers. This street has all kinds of malls and shopping centers stocked with everything you could possibly imagine. The area is home to an astonishing six department stores and twenty-two malls. There is also a KTV karaoke establishment as well as four movie theaters. Since walking in all stores could be a bit too hectic, it is advisable to do online shopping prior, where you can get great deals by using a coupon code.

These city destinations accommodate all types of people, from families to couples and solo travelers. Always ensure you take care of your belongings when traveling in new places to avoid unnecessary inconvenience and remember to have fun!  

A post by Kidal D. (4815 Posts)

Kidal D. is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely their own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.

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