Singapore attractions things to do & see on holiday
Kampong Glam: Once the place where Singapore's Arab traders settled in the founding days of the colony, the modern-day Kampong Glam is a bustling mecca of shopping with literally hundreds and hundreds of shops, bazaars, stylish boutiques and cool second-hand shops and restaurants. One of best and enjoyable places for a spot of shopping in Singapore.
Johor Bahru: A bustling and rapidly growing city, it has a reputation as a great place to shop, there are plenty of shopping malls with the attraction that they're usually a lot cheaper to buy from than the ones in nearby Singapore. The city also has a couple of family theme-parks that are well worth a visit.Singapore Zoo: A world-class zoo set in 28 beautifully landscaped hectares, there are no cages, allowing the animals to roam freely as they would in the wild. This award winning zoo is big on wildlife conservation and offers visitors the chance to understand it's animals at a deeper level through interactive and educational displays.
Raffles Hotel: No trip to Singapore would be complete without a visit to the world-renowned stylish and historic Raffles Hotel. Retrace the colonial history of the city, indulging in afternoon high-tea at the Raffles Hotel's stunning and elegant Tiffin Room.
Changi WWII War Trail and Museum Tour: A must-see for every Aussie, this tour takes in Changi Museum, Johore Battery, Selarang Barracks and Changi Village. Changi has gone down in history as the site of many notorious prisoner-of-war camps during the Japanese occupation. The Changi WWII trail commemorates the fight of the many brave Australian men and women during battle and their ensuing internment.
Universal Studios Singapore: Take a trip on all your favourite movie-themed attractions, including Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Madagascar, Revenge of the Mummy and many more. A day at the Universal Studios Singapore is a fun and thrilling adventure for the whole family.
Singapore Botanic Gardens: The large and beautiful botanical gardens are divided into themed areas with lakes, ponds, waterfalls and streams. Here you can find more than 10,000 types of plants, numerous heritage trees, rainforest and the earliest ornamental designed lake in Singapore.
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum: A stunning Tang-dynasty-architectural Buddhist temple and museum located in the heart of the Chinatown district in Singapore. Inside the richly ornate and colourful temple is the Sacred Buddha Tooth Relic Chamber, which houses the sacred Buddha tooth.
Other options include: Marina Bay Sands ( Singapore's very own Vegas, home to the famous infinity rooftop pool - wow factor guaranteed ), Singapore Flyer (the world's largest observation wheel, experience jaw-dropping daytime views of the city and it's harbour ), Fuk Tak Chi Museum ( Singapore's first street museum, view over 200 artefacts and exhibits donated by residents of Chinatown ).
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