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.