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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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Sentosa

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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Merlion

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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Why people love Singapore

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Madame Tussauds Singapore
Madame Tussauds Singapore is worth watching. My favorite is the wax statue of Singapore’s founding prime minister and his wife, which is lifelike. There are also famous martial arts stars Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. I have been a red star, my accidental Teresa Teng, and other celebrities. If you visit here to see the wax statues of these celebrities, you will remember their contributions and achievements.

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Multi-Park Bundles and Zoo Pass: Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Safari, and Jurong Bird Park
Everything is going well. Just go to the Singapore zoo website to register and attend the time. Scan the code and you will be able to enter before 5 o’clock and let me re-entry because it’s too comfortable to go out for lunch and see the pandas on the way. It is recommended to bring water to the drinks. You can bring your own bottles, have water dispensers, animals and performances are very good, but the performance is quickly full because of the safety distance, the location is reduced, and the train can be purchased on the spot online for adults 5 yuan unlimited times throughout the day

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Sofitel Singapore City Centre Couple & Family Staycation with F&B Dining Benefits (Exclusive)
I really enjoyed staying at Sofitel Singapore city centre. What really left a deep impression on me was the hotel’s attention to cleanliness- they take a serious stance towards ensuring the facilities such as the pool and gym are sanitized (sanitized between every slot booking, and guests must temporarily vacate for that duration even if they booked consecutive slots) and we noticed them even regularly wiping down the kitchen door handle of the club lounge with sanitizer. The hotel staff are also incredibly attentive and friendly, and prompt to respond to requests. Our tv remote ran out of battery at ~1am right before we wanted to go to bed, but they still managed to send a replacement in 3-5 mins. It was a great stay overall and would highly recommend. My only wish would be for firmer pillows, but at least the mattress was firm and not sunken unlike other older hotels!

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Grand Hyatt Singapore Staycation (Exclusive)
My room was spacious. The kids and I enjoyed our stay very much. The staff was friendly and despite the long queues at check in they were patient and helpful. Had to wait an hour for the room to get ready but it was a small issue since the hotel is located right in shopping district. One of the best hotels in Singapore.

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Andaz Singapore Staycation (Exclusive)
2nd time staying at Andaz in the past 3 months, but I would come back in a heartbeat! One of the more modern hotels in Singapore, with new-ish facilities and rooms (also a pool with a view), the service quality is also among the best. Breakfast is great too! Special shout-out to Audrey and Bester, who went above and beyond to accommodate us. The klook voucher comes with $100 room dining credits, but you really have to book your slots AS SOON AS you get the link to. We did not manage to get any slots for the restaurants, but service staff assisted in squeezing us in for 665 fahrenheit lunch (the set lunch is value for $$); thanks Audrey! If you can’t, you can just order room service (same menu as the main restaurant Alley on 25), which was nice as well, since the room is so good. The passion fruit pop and signature pandan chiffon cake was surprisingly very good and artisanal. The baby cot is more for infants (less than 1 year). If you have a child that can stand in their cot, you would probably need to bring your own portable cot.

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[Klook Exclusive] Singapore Island Cruise: Ferry Tickets between St. John's Island, Lazarus Island, and Kusu Island, Sister's Island
During this time in Singapore, I always thought that I was so far away from the beach. The missing ocean and the tranquility drifting in the ocean seem to have nothing to do with this city. But, I found out that I was wrong. 🔗 For the full text, please refer to the new blog post: Singapore | St John's Island Travel Notes-I and the sea are so close to www.gooutwalkwalk.com/1473

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