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There are so many things to see and do in this city. Whether you’re into history, nature, nightlife, or food, you will love the many attractions of Singapore.
On top of the world at Gardens by the Bay
The Gardens by the Bay project transformed the former “Garden City” into a “City in a Garden.” The Super Tree Grove is one of the city’s famous attractions, with trees measuring 50 metres high. These structures come alive twice a night in a magnificent spectacle of light and music. Entwined between the Super Trees, stands the OCBC Skyway,a 128 metre long aerial walkway with jaw-dropping views of the Marina Bay. The Flower Dome and Cloud Forests are filled with species from all over the world. Stroll along the Marina Bay waterfront for a taste of Singapore’s peaceful sophistication.
Monkeying around in the Singapore Zoo
The Singapore zoo is ranked as one of the world’s best zoos. Did you know, it is the only zoo in the world where you can have breakfast with orangutans? In the Ah Meng restaurant, cuddly primates and their knowledgeable keepers join you for breakfast. Singapore zoo is a full day affair, so take your time to visit the many animals before cooling off at the fabulous Rainforest Kidzworld water park.The night safari lets you watch nocturnal animals roaming freely in an open setting.
Multicultural food options
Embark on a delicious culinary adventure and don’t let the city’s mix of cultures overwhelm you if you are uninitiated. Wander into Chinatown or Little India for a whole host of deliciously tasty local snacks. Arab Street offers equally great food, shopping and sightseeing. The Sultan Mosque and the Malay Heritage Centre are close by and Haji Lane offers stylish boutiques and an array of cafes for watching the world go by.