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Singapore is a Great Vacation Spot!

Posted on 15 March 2019 by admin (0)

Singapore is one of the most family and tourist-friendly destinations in Asia, how green, clean and modern this place looks excites everyone. With so much to do in the beautiful city, we have been able to narrow down the top-rated attractions that will definitely keep both adults and kids fully entertained.

  • Ethnic Quarters

The amalgamation of three ethnicities in the country brought about Singapore’s character. So, going round Chinatown, Little India and Kampong is something you should do. Though, kids may find the furniture and antiques shops in Chinatowns boring but they will totally the traditional shop houses painted in different colors. Colors overflow in Little India also, from the jewel colored saris to the red and gold colors of the spices laid outside in sacks. You can purchase wind-up toys for your kids in any of the shops in Kampong Glam.

  • Night Safari

Everyone loves Singapore’s Night Safari; it takes guests in the city on a tram ride through a park with just nocturnal animals living in their natural habitats. You’ll see varieties of exotic creatures when you travel through the savannah, rainforest and jungle.

  • Science Center

The Science Center is a museum that will definitely keep the kids entertained. With 14 galleries of over 20,000 square feet, the Science Center is filled with interactive exhibits for the kids to get hands-on.

  • Jurong Bird Park

With 8,000 birds representing 600 different species in an area of 20.2 hectares, Jurong Bird Park is the best place for birdlife in the busy city. Some key attractions include the Bird Discovery Center, Lory Loft Aviary, African Waterfall Aviary, the award-winning African Wetlands, and the Southeast Asian Birds. The fees paid for tickets are used to fund the avian hospital and the Breeding and Research Center for the welfare of birds across the world.

  • Botanic Gardens

The grounds of these gardens are a fabulous haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can bring some bread to feed the fish, admire different species of trees, flowers and plants, and even enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the various lawns around.