Singapore Island country has always been one of the most attractive travelling destinations in Asia. Singapore is well – known for its beautiful landscapes and peaceful environment, as well as lots of interesting places such as Merlion Park, Esplanade, Sentosa,… If you have any intention to travel to Singapore and explore wonderful things in this amazing country, take your time to read through the article below
1. Universal Studio Singapore
This is the biggest, the first and only theme park in Southeast Asia. It came into operation in March, 2010. Universal Studios Singapore is a 20 – hectare park, There are a total of 24 attractions, 18 of which are original or specially adapted for the park. There are also 7 theme zones, each of which is a second version of a movie or a television show.
In Universal Studio, you can visit Hollywood Walk of Fame. This is the place that represents many famous movie stars all over the world. Tourists can also explore the science-fiction world in which there are a lot of adventurous and interesting games or experience the high-class 3D, 4D cinema where you can watch incredible artworks.
2. Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands hotel is not only one of the most expensive and luxury hotels in the world but also attracts tourists the most in Singapore. On visiting Marina Bay Sands, tourists will have the chance to experience wonderful features including a 2,561-room hotel, a 120,000 – square meter convention-exhibition center, a 74,000 – square meter shopping mall, seven celebrity chef restaurants, two large theaters, two floating Crystal Pavilions, a museum, an ice skating rink, and the world’s largest atrium casino with 500 tables and 1,600 slot machines.
3. Helix Bridge
Helix Bridge is also one of the most popular attractions in this lovely country. This is a pedestrian bridge linking Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area. Half of the bridge was officially opened on 24 April 2010 at 9 pm and the other half came in to operation on 18 July 2010.
There are four viewing platforms on the bridge. All of these platforms are intentionally located at places that provide the most amazing views of Marina Bay. During the night, a series of high – tech lights will be turned on and illuminate the bridge. These lights help highlight the double-helix design, therefore creating a special visual experience for the pedestrians.
Singapore Zoo (formerly known as the Singapore Zoological) is a 28 hectare rainforest. The government of Singapore spent 9 million Singapore dollars on building the zoo and had it came into operation on 27 June 1973.
Instead of putting the animals in cages, Singapore Zoo display animals in natural and open environment with hidden moats and glasses between the animals and visitors. The zoo features an estimate number of 315 species of animals, 16 % of which are listed as threatened species. Each year, there are about 1.6 million tourists visiting the zoo.