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Andaz Singapore Staycation (Exclusive)
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Grand Hyatt Singapore Staycation (Exclusive)
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Universal Studios Singapore Tickets
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Fairmont Singapore Couple & Family Staycation
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PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay Singapore Staycation
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The Fullerton Hotel Staycation (Exclusive)
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Cruise to Nowhere Singapore: 2Nights/3Nights Getaway Cruise by Dream Cruises
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Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road Staycation
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Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore Staycation
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Why people love Singapore

The bicycle trip was great. Jeff explained to us a lot of Singapore’s history, learned a lot of local characteristics, and the ride was great. We had a ride for a morning, but we did not feel tired at all while listening to the explanation. The two children in a group also persisted. In short, it was a great ride.
Singapore's free travel guide itinerary, to the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore's Marina Bay. The Gardens by the Bay was completed in 2012 and covers an area of 101 hectares, all built on reclaimed land, adjacent to the coastal reservoir. The original idea for the construction of Gardens by the Bay began in 2006. It is expected to promote Singapore’s evolution from a garden city to a “city in a garden”.
Update-In addition to Universal Studios Osaka, Japan, the second in Asia is Universal Studios Singapore, which is divided into 7 themed areas: Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, Faraway Kingdom and Madagascar, because Sentosa Island is relatively small. It is the smallest Universal Studios in the world. You can definitely play in one day and it is easy and stress-free. Many people will say that Universal Studios Singapore is too small and not fun! But after I came to play three times, I felt super, good, and fun! ! ! ! ! Compared with the terrible war situation in Japan, not only is there not many people in Singapore on weekdays, there is almost no need to line up, and many queues are estimated to be half shorter than the electronic screens. The size is just right without getting up early in the morning and running and lining up half dead. I later arrived twice on weekdays. Universal Studios only enter the park at one o'clock, and all play at six o'clock.
This is an unforgettable itinerary, giving us a new experience, exciting, romantic and surprising. In this difficult 2020, we believe that life is still beautiful, and the dawn of overcoming the epidemic is at the end. The tour guide Roger Koh is humorous, and his explanations are witty, thanks to his unique understanding of Singapore’s humanities and history, and praises his excellent service 👍...
The tour guide has a very deep understanding of this place. I kept explaining the history of this place, the origin of the place name, and the characteristics of the building along the way. It really opened my eyes. As a Singaporean, I never knew that this place has so many different cultures and so many specialties. During the three-hour journey, while listening and watching, I forget fatigue. This itinerary is well planned, great!
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The first time I came to Singapore to experience the ramp in Sentosa. It was very fun. We experienced two rounds. There were a total of 4 different routes. The one with the longest mileage for the first time was very exciting and fun. It was almost before the end. There will be a camera to take pictures for you, and we all bought photos later as a souvenir😆

Top sights in Singapore

Nowadays, cities are mostly all concrete with small patches of green here and there. In Singapore, it’s the other way around -- it’s a ‘City in a Garden’. Best known for being a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, this city-island also boasts sustainable infrastructure and efficient urban planning. Its reliable MRT system can take you around Singapore attractions, shopping outlets, cultural sites, and hawker centers in a jiffy. Use this travel guide to make sure your itinerary is packed with exciting things to do in Singapore.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a 101-hectare urban sprawl of futuristic gardens, manicured rain forest, beautiful domes, and awe-inspiring structures. Discover the largest glass greenhouse in the world when you visit Flower Dome, home to flora that thrives in Mediterranean temperatures. A tropical rain forest awaits in The Cloud, where an indoor waterfall descends upon the mist-filled Cloud Walk and Treetop Walk. See more of the place through the OCBC Skyway’s 128-meter long aerial walkway. Finish your tour with a viewing of the spectacular light show, or son et lumiere, in the Supertrees
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Have some family fun in the heart of Singapore at Sentosa! This island resort is home to sandy beaches, golf courses, theme parks, and a wide range of activities and attractions. Meet underwater creatures at S.E.A Aquarium, or take in the view from the ropeway of Sentosa Island Cable Car. Universal Studios and the Merlion are just a short walk away, while the boardwalk leads to a suspension bridge that can take you to a smaller off-shore island.
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A visit to Singapore won’t be complete without a selfie with the Merlion. This half-lion, half-fish icon is a mythical creature that symbolizes the city-state and its roots. The Merlion overlooks the bay and offers a panoramic view of the nearby skyscrapers, making it a must-visit for tourists. The crowds may deter you from visiting, but fret not; there are six Merlion statues that you can check out around the country. Avoid the crowds at noon and catch the evening light show instead.
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Universal Studios Singapore

Kids and kids-at-heart are in for a treat at Universal Studios Singapore. Hop aboard 24 rides and check out 7 themed centers inspired by Hollywood blockbuster animated and sci-fi movies, like Shrek, Madagascar, and The Lost World. Transformers, Waterworld, Sesame Street, and The Mummy are just some of the most visited sites, which you can visit without limits when you use the Universal Express Pass.
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