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#1in SingaporeGardens by the Bay in SingaporeGardens by the Bay in Singapore

Elegantly decorated tropical park is an amazing piece of modern architecture. It consists of 18 futuristic trees and numerous unique plants.

#0in SingaporeMarina Bay SandsMarina Bay Sands in Singapore

200-meter shopping centre in Singapore downtown is made as three 55-floor towers with a gondola-shaped terrace on the top. There is a swimming pool and a 12,000-square-meter garden on the terrace.

#0in SingaporeMarina Bay QuayMarina Bay Quay in Singapore

The quay stretches in the city centre along the bay of the same name. Here are observation decks to view skyscrapers from all the sides and musical fountain.

#0in SingaporeSentosa IslandSentosa Island in Singapore

Motorway, cable way, monorail track walking path connect the resort island in the south coast of Singapore and the city. You'll find a lot of cafes along the Palawan Beach on the south coastline of Sentosa.

#0in SingaporeSingapore Botanic GardensSingapore Botanic Gardens in Singapore

The garden is located in the city centre at the metro station of the same name. It is open daily from 5am till 12am, the entrance is free. On the territory you'll also find the National Orchid Garden with thousands species of orchids.

#0in SingaporeFountain of WealthFountain of Wealth in Singapore

The fountain is placed in the centre of Singapore at the metro station Promenade. You can come into the lower fountain inside the construction four times a day: at 9am-12pm, 2pm-6pm, 7pm-7:50pm and at 9:30-10pm.

#0in SingaporeSingapore FlyerSingapore Flyer in Singapore

The second highest Ferris wheel stands at Promenade Station. It has 28 cabins equipped with air-conditioners. Each cabin can seat 28 people. The wheel works daily from 8:30am till 10:30pm. The fee is S$33.

#0in SingaporeSingapore ZooSingapore Zoo in Singapore

The zoo is located in the northern part of the capital. 2000 animals inhabit the zoo. Fences and cages don't separate animals from visitors. The zoo is open from 8:30 till 6pm. The entrance fee is S$30.

#0in SingaporeJurong Bird ParkJurong Bird Park in Singapore

Asia's biggest bird park is placed in the west slope of Jurong Hill, it's about a half-an-hour drive from the city centre. It is open from 8:30 till 6pm. Entry ticket is S$16.

#0in SingaporeHenderson Waves BridgeHenderson Waves Bridge in Singapore

The highest walking bridge in Singapore (294 meters long) in a shape of curved wave goes over Henderson Highway at a height of 36 meters. The bridge connects Mount Faber Park) and Telok Blangah Hill Park.

#0in SingaporeSri Mariamman TempleSri Mariamman Temple in Singapore

The oldest Hindu temple in Singapore stands in Chinatown district on 244 South Bridge Road. The entrance is free, but you have to take off your shoes to come in. Taking pictures here is S$3.

#0in SingaporeSmith StreetSmith Street in Singapore

The street in China district is considered to be a gastronomic heart of Singapore. Here you can try street food (cramp-fish meat, fried duck, curry, grass jelly) or pop into one of 29 Michelin restaurants.

#0in SingaporeClarke QuayClarke Quay in Singapore

The centre of night life in Singapore is located at Clarke Quay metro station. Here you'll find various restaurants and nightclubs. For adrenaline seekers there is G-Max Reverse Bungy.

#0in SingaporeLittle IndiaLittle India in Singapore

Ethnic Indian district with wide and colorful streets is located east of the Singapore River. You can get here by metro heading to the station of the same name.

#0in SingaporeHantu islandHantu island in Singapore

The island is a 40-minute boat ride southward from Singapore mainland. Travellers come here to go coral reef diving and take a camping rest.

#0in SingaporeUbin islandUbin island in Singapore

The island with coconut plantations, shrimp farms and mangrove forest is situated in the north east of Singapore, it is a 10-minute boat ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Ferries depart daily from 6am till 10pm for S$2.

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