We have collected a list of the top 20 best things to do in Singapore
Singapore is a sovereign city-state in Southeast Asia, lying between Malaysia and Indonesia on a main island (as part of the Malay Peninsula) and 62 other islets. It was originally a British trading post and later became occupied by Japan during World War II, but it gained independence along with other British territories to form Malaysia. A mere 2 years later it became a sovereign state in itself due to ideological differences. Today it is a global hub for trading, finance and tourism, and it’s on the top part of many rankings, including being the most “technology-ready” nation, the city with the “best investment potential”, and overall being one of the largest finance and commerce centers. The city is also important in terms of tourism, as it is a highly popular destination for people. The cultural and recreational aspects bring millions of people here each year, so we have collected a list of the top 20 things to do in Singapore, to make your choice easier.
- Marina Bay
Marina Bay is the center of tourism in Singapore, where many of the best and most famous attractions are located. These include places like the ArtScience Museum, The Float at Marina Bay (the world’s largest floating stadium), the Singapore Flyer, the Gardens By the Bay and Merion Park, all of which are highly popular and should be visited at least once. The centerpiece of this place is the Marina Bay Sands hotel which houses a casino, nightclubs, performance halls, shops and accomodations. The best part of this hotel is the pool very high on the roof, which is quite an experience, to say the least, although a bit pricey.
2. Gardens by the Bay
The Gardens by the Bay is an urban park and located in Marina Bay. It offers a spectacular experience combining the metropolis with nature. One of the most recognizable landmarks is the beautiful Supertree Grove, where you can take a walk on a high aerial skyway supported by and between 18 “supertrees”. It’s a one of a kind experience, to say the least. You can also see other exhibitions as well, like the Flower Dome, the largest greenhouse in the world, or the Cloud Forest, with the tallest indoor waterfall along with a mini-mountain. Coming here is definitely one of the best things to do in Singapore.