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Things to Do in Singapore
     
Enjoy Sentosa
With beaches, attractions, hotels, shopping areas and restaurants, Sentosa Island is a recreation island worth of visit on its own.
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.
 
Shopping
Shopping is the primary option among the large number of things to do in Singapore. Singapore probably provides one of best shopping experience in Asia. There are hundreds of modern shopping complexes besides there are also some ethnic markets that make shopping the most sought after thing to do in Singapore.
 
     
Night Safari
The Night Safari Singapore is one of the major attractions of Singapore. The Night Safari Singapore provides an unforgettable chance of looking at the wildlife at the time of night to the tourists. It is said to be the first such zoo in the world that opens up at the night. 
 
Singapore's award-winning Night Safari is billed as the world's first night wildlife park. As 90% of animals are nocturnal, this safari shows animals at their most active by using clever lighting techniques. Spread over 40 hectares (100 acres) of lush forest, more than 1,000 animals, covering 100 exotic species, live in eight zones recreating geographic regions, including the African savannah and South American pampas. There are three walking trails, plus a 45-minute tram ride, cocktail safari express and limo buggy trail. The 'Creatures of the Night' show sees employees grappling with some of the less dangerous species.
 
     
Jurong Bird Park 
Jurong Bird Park  is a massive landscaped park in Singapore is a world famous tourist attraction. Jurong Bird Park is the world's largest bird park in terms of numbers of birds and if you are a bird or nature lover then a visit to the park is a must.
 
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.
 
     
Universal Studios Singapore
Singapore’s first theme park features rides and attractions that are guaranteed to give you a thrilling time. Meet Shrek and company, take a walk down Hollywood Boulevard or have an amazing encounter with dinosaurs at Jurassic Park. Make a day out of it and check out all the rides, while taking breaks for food and drink at the various outlets. Just make sure you have your meals after the rollercoaster rides.
 
Universal Studios Singapore is a new Universal theme park which will be located at Sentosa island which is very near to Singapore main land. The Universal Studios Singapore will occupy an area that will be larger than Universal Studios Hollywood with further room for expansion. The total number of attractions in the Universal Studio Singapore will also be more than Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Japan.
 
     
Singapore Botanic Gardens
As a perfect respite from Singapore's urban landscape, the gardens epitomise the island's luxuriant parks with a combination of primary jungle and elegantly laid-out flowerbeds and shrubs, serving to educate and conserve. With over 3,000 species spread over 52 hectares (128 acres), the National Orchid Garden has the world's largest orchid display, with over 60,000 plants in total. The gardens are also a venue for outdoor concerts.
 
     
Singapore Nightlife
Singapore has a vibrant and exciting nightlife with a plethora of upmarket, trendy bars and clubs accompanied by one of the world's most diverse dining scenes. Despite its ultra-modern, futuristic facade, the influences of pan-Asian cultures and religions remain entwined in Singapore, and the city's art scene reflects the flavours of the region, with Malay, Chinese and Indian performances, art and music.
The area with the liveliest nightlife in Singapore is around Mohammed Sultan Road, with nearby Robertson Quay offering several classy waterfront venues. Popular spots with expats and tourists alike include Boat Quay and Clarke Quay with their renovated shop-houses and warehouses converted into noisy bars and restaurants overlooking the river. For more refined dining and drinking in a leafy hilltop setting (actually in an old British Army barracks), the Dempsey Road area is becoming increasingly popular.
 
     
Underwater World
Underwater World Singapore is an unique and famous aquarium situated on Sentosa Island of Singapore.This aquarium houses 2500 exotic marine life from 250 species from around the regions and provides fun, nice leisure and educational experiences. Spectacular with the cute and genius dolphins. Have a wonderful experience by joining various Dive programs, or you can choose extremely enjoyable choice to swim with the lovely dolphins. Underwater World Singapore is the exclusive place filled with fun and precious experiences for everyone.
 
     
Fountain of Wealth
The world’s largest fountain with a base area of 1,683 square metres, Fountain of Wealth is located in the center of Suntec City Mall. The ring jets water inwards into the basin below while at the center of the fountain, water ejects up to 30 metres into the air.This fountain is outstanding with a bronze ring supporting four legs. Feng shui experts believe that the water flowing inwards represents riches pouring in. It is good idea to take a walk round the fountain and touch the water for bringing good luck and prosperity to you.
 
     
Marina Bay
Marina Bay is one of the busiest and populated places in Singapore because there are thousands of people here looking out for some kind of entertainment. This location is not only popular with foreign and domestic tourists but also with local people who come here for work and for living. Hence, you will find that there are lot of hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and other lifestyle events happening here all the time. You can even watch the popular iconic Merlion structure here which symbolizes Singapore in its own way. Hence, Marina Bay is among the top places to visit in Singapore.
 
     
Singapore Cable Car
Spanning over 1,750m (5,740ft) and rising up to 93m (305ft) above sea level, this is South East Asia's first ever cable car. It stops at three stations (visitors can board at all three), each with beautiful, very different views. Cable Car Towers is the rooftop of a skyscraper, near the Harbour Front Centre and above the busy harbour the third station is on the island of Sentosa. Some cars are glass-bottomed, making the journey even more spectacular. The Jewel Box atop Mount Faber is home to a suite of excellent restaurants overlooking the city.
 
     
 
 
 
   
   
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