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Tourist Destinations in Singapore
Singapore is a tourists’ paradise. Tourism of Singapore has developed so much that this country is regarded as the ‘World’s Most Prosperous Country’. Located in the southeastern part of Asia, Singapore shares a varied culture where Chinese, Indian and Malay customs blends to form an exclusive ethnicity. Thousands of tourists from all parts of the world flock in to the various Singapore tourist attractions every year.
China town
Singapore's Chinatown is the traditional Chinese quarters and primary attraction of this place is the town itself, composed as it is of restored shophouses full of strange little shops selling everything from plastic Buddhas to dried seahorses. Chinatown is at its busiest and most colorful in the month preceding the Chinese New Year, when the streets are decked with festive decorations, markets are crowded and several kinds of shows take place to entertain people. Large sections of the China Town have been declared national heritage sites.
Changi village
Located at the northeastern part of Singapore, this small village is the storehouse of natural beauty, individual customs and wonderful architecture. Changi Village is popularly known as the 'ghost village' by the locals. Attempts of the Government to renovate this village have been successful and this place is now a well known tourist destination.
Little India
The streets of Little India in Singapore, inhabited by the original Indian immigrants brought over by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1819, has been a thriving commercial area for over a century. Attractions here are mainly shopping, eating and temples, especially along the main hub of Serangoon Road, with spicy aromas emerging from shop-houses and wonderful Indian food to be devoured in the many informal restaurants. The Little India Arcade and Zhujiao Centre (also known as Tekka Centre) are newly converted shop-houses selling handicrafts, saris and spices, with more commercial wares at the 24-hour Mustafa Centre. During Hindu festivals, the area comes to life especially around the thriving temples.
Little India is located near the Singapore River. Visiting this place helps the tourists to discover the Indian culture and traditions. It is the best place to explore some of the Indian varieties that includes the clothes, furniture, jewelry and many more. The temples here remind of the Indian architecture and culture that is followed here. One can also experience some of the delicious Indian food varieties.
It is a complex which consists of various restaurants, clubs and shops where many like to meet up, eat and drink. The place organizes many spectacular musical events, recitals, theatrical performances and weddings. Declared as a national heritage site in Singapore, it was once a Catholic convent known as Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus founded back in 1854. The beautiful Gothic styled chapel and the distinctive colonial architecture attracts the attention of the tourists. Declared as a national heritage site in Singapore, Chijmes, is a popular center for dining, shopping and entertainment.
Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island is Singapore's mega theme-park on an island, an awesome blend of recreational facilities and leisure. You can explore the natural beauty of the Island through the Butterfly Park, Insect Kingdom, Underworld World and Dolphin Lagoon as well as enjoy the sun kissed beaches. Billed as a 'tropical isle of peace and tranquillity', Sentosa Island is a purpose-built island theme park, with attractions including Universal Studios Singapore, featuring 24 movie-themed rides, Underwater World, a huge tropical oceanarium with 2,500 marine creatures in an 83m (272ft) submerged tunnel, Dolphin Lagoon, a water show with a pink dolphin and the 37m (121ft) Merlion.
Museums include Images of Singapore, with waxwork figures depicting Singapore's history, and Fort Siloso, recreating bunkers and underground passages used for defence during the war. The viewing platform at the top of Tiger Sky Tower offers a great panoramic view of Singapore, gently revolving at 131m (430ft) above sea level.
Meanwhile, Sentosa 4D Magix is Singapore's first and South East Asia's largest cinema of its kind, and boasts state-of-the-art projection technology and sound system. The Sijori WonderGolf is an 18-hole miniature golf course, certified by the Minigolf Sport Federation. Beaches, golf courses, hotels, entertainment and restaurants are dotted throughout Sentosa. A lightrail and bus tour the island and visitors can jump off at any station.
Underwater World Singapore is one of the best attractions of the Sentosa Island. This oceanarium showcases about more than 2500 marine life from 250 different species. It is very popular with the visitors as it offers leisure, fun and also educational experiences. This is a 'voyage to the bottom of the sea'. An 83 meter long travelator allows the visitors to move along a submerged tunnel which has glass windows and then they can have a look at the wide array of marine life which includes coral reef, sharks, turtles, moray eels, stringrays and other fishes like the jelly fishes. During the underwater tunnel experience remember to exchange playful glances with the Gracie, a playful dugong. You must also check out the latest themed exhibit in the Underwater World. 
Dolphin Lagoon is one of the most interesting part of the Underwater World. It offers a priceless meeting with humpback dolphins which are Indo-Pacific. The environment at the Dolphin Lagoon is similar to the natural habitat of a dolphin. 
Arab Street
Arab Street in Singapore is a place where you will find the Muslim culture blending with others. The stalls on the Arab Street sell exclusive goods from Arabia. The tourists come here to explore the historically important street as well as to buy spices, the Arabian handicrafts, antiques, jewelry, artifacts, perfumes and costly fabrics.
Jurong Bird Park
The largest bird park in the Asia Pacific, covering over 20 hectares (50 acres), Singapore's Jurong Bird Park is home to more than 9,000 birds from 600 different species worldwide. Highlights include African Waterfall Aviary, at 30m (98ft) the world's highest man-made waterfall; the Penguin Exhibition, with a panoramic viewing gallery to watch the 200 penguins feeding; the Southeast Asian Birds Aviary, where a thunderstorm is simulated every day at noon; the African Wetlands Exhibit; and Jungle Jewels, featuring dazzling hummingbirds. At the Lodge on Flamingo Lake, visitors can dine in a three-storey glass restaurant surrounded by 1,001 flamingos. An air-conditioned monorail covers the entire park.
Orchard Road 
Orchard Road is an attraction, landmark and shopping experience all in one. It is the epitome of shopping and a slice of Singapore that every visitor should experience, loaded as it is with mall after mall along a stunning, tree-lined boulevard. The world's top designer labels are here, along with food courts, restaurants and bars.
Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer is currently the world’s tallest wheel observatory. With 28 fully air-conditioned capsules, visitors will be able to view the entire city centre, the Indonesian islands of Batam and Bintan as well as Johor, Malaysia. A complete rotation of the ferris observation wheel takes approximately 30 minutes, offering you ample photo opportunities and to soak in the magnificent views.
Be sure to make full use of your time at the flyer; hence do visit on a day when the weather is clear of haze or cloudiness. The view of the lighted city centre in the evening is also a sight to behold. Be it during the day or night, you’ll be treated to the panorama of the iconic Marina bay skyline. For those willing to spend more for even more enjoyment, you can check out the different packages such as the signature cocktail flight or even look to have dinner while getting high in your capsule!
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