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A cultural melting pot on a strategic maritime crossroads, Singapore is a singular city-state. With beautiful weather, towering office parks, fantastic tropical parks, and incredible street food, Singapore is a true gem. Here you will find something for the whole family. Whether you’re looking for world class shopping along Orchard Road or sampling the many delicacies on offer in the Night Market, Singapore will leave you with the memories of a lifetime.

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Universal Studios Singapore
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Located on Singapore's Sentosa Island, Universal Studios Singapore is South East Asia's first Hollywood movie theme park. Most of the attractions at the theme park were specially designed for Singapore. If you like excitement, then you'll love the Red & Blue Roller Coaster, The Mummy, and Transformers. If you come here with children, you can have your picture taken with Minions, watch a live performance of Waterworld, or join the Hollywood Dreams Parade.
Gardens by the Bay
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Botanical Garden
Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore's landmarks. It is a city garden district comprising the Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. In the daytime, you can visit its two greenhouses to enjoy their huge variety of plants; in the evening you can admire the wonderful light show and experience night time views of the garden. Many kinds of plants are cultivated in the gardens' two greenhouses.
Singapore Zoo
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Singapore Zoo has some of the best in-zoo animal habitats in the world. A fully open model replaces fences with natural barriers in order to create a natural living environment for the animals. In addition to all kinds of normal zoo animals, the Singapore Zoo also has a number of the world's rare and endangered animal species such as orangutans, Malayan tapirs, bekantan monkeys (long-nosed monkeys), and white Bengal tigers.
S.E.A. Aquarium
6,537 Reviews
The South East Asia Aquarium is situated on Singapore's Sentosa Island, adjacent to Universal Studios Singapore. The sea animals in the aquarium are distributed according to their geographic location, from the Karimata Strait and Java Sea; the Strait of Malacca and Andaman Sea; the Bay of Bengal and Laccadive Sea; the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea; the Red Sea and East Africa; to the South China Sea, completing a round the world sea journey.

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Singapore must-have card | Universal Studios Day Tour Come to Singapore Universal Studios always has to arrange a day, theme park! Just like which national cities have Disneyland, going to travel will always go to play~ This Universal Studios in Singapore is on Sentosa Island, you can easily understand the feeling of becoming a city center + outlying island. Metro gets off at HarbourFront, C exits Vivo City and then takes the Sentosa Express to the island on the third floor. (You can use the transportation card) After you leave the station, you can go to Universal Studios. Although it is open at 10 o'clock, it is best to go at 9 o'clock, because you always take pictures at the door, and then queue up. I didn't buy a fast ticket, because Singapore's Universal Studios is still quite small, basically arrived early, and all the projects can be played. After queuing into the park, the map is taken. The entrance to the avenue is less than a stop, first play the key projects, and there is time to go back and take a photo. The most popular item is of course Transformers! Directly here, there are not many people in the queue~ This is actually the scene of the simulated Transformers battle (sitting in the car), I just sit in the first row, very realistic, fun! Red and Blue Roller Coaster is another popular project here. Roller coaster enthusiasts can't miss it. It seems that Universal Studios in other countries does not have this project. I am not courageous to play, the so-called red and blue difference, one is sitting in the car, and the other is the foot hanging outside, too horrible. . . This mummies, no one is queuing when I go, because it is also a hot item and I want to hurry! Its a bit uncomfortable to go to the door and say that you want to store your bags and items. . . Sure enough, its terrible! This is actually an indoor roller coaster. . . The whole process is dark, then there will be a period of rapid retreat, like to stimulate to go play ~ let me play once I refused! The stimulus project is actually the three, and fight for it in the morning. In the afternoon, when you have a little physical strength, you can play indoor sitting projects, such as performances, which is the first choice! Look at the time, go in and choose the seat, this program is interactive, so the seat has a color distinction, summed up is sitting in front will be wet! (There is a chance to be invited to the stage in the front row. There will be a bucket of water in the show. Hahaha.) I am probably sitting in a slightly wet area, and it will indeed be sprinkled by water.) Later, I also played some projects without taking pictures, such as drifting, this needs to bring a raincoat, otherwise it will be wet. As for the degree of wetness, the direction of the round seat drifting is uncertain, but the doorway There will be a dryer for the charge, it is best to bake it. Photographing what to put in the end, Xiao Huangren shop and photo must have a wave ~ basically I played before the dark, then go back to the B&B to rest, go to Geylang at night, eat Tianji porridge, if you have physical strength, you can also shop at Yifeng City + dinner.
Posted: Oct 22, 2019

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I recommended Palawan Beach, Sentosa Beach, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Siloso Beach, MacRitchie Reservoir.
Here are the absolute best restaurants in Singapore: Maxwell Food Centre, Malaysian Food Street, Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh (Rangoon Road), Long Seafood(Ang Mo Kio), No Signboard Seafood Restaurant (Geylang).
Here are the best places to visit in Singapore, including: Mount Faber Cable Car, Chinatown Singapore, Sentosa Island, National Museum of Singapore, ArtScience Museum.