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Top 10 Attractions in Singapore

  1. Michael Filippone
  2. Monday, October 1st, 2012

Top 10 Attractions in Singapore

Credit: Photo courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board

Top 10 Attractions in Singapore

Singapore is rich in Malay, Indian, Chinese and Western British culture, and it is an exciting place to visit. There is an overwhelming amount of activities to appreciate in Singapore for everyone in the family. However, when it comes to things to do and the top 10 attractions in Singapore, these activities would have to be at the uppermost of both of these lists.

 

1. Singapore Flyer

Built above a three-story station building, the gigantic observation flyer wheel is the highest in the world. It offers an extraordinary experience and is without a doubt one of the most popular attractions in Singapore. With large air-conditioned capsules that present awe-inspiring panoramic views, this is the perfect way to see the spectacular night lights.

2. Chinatown

With intriguing quaint little houses of Asian retail shops, Chinatown is a peaceful place to spend the day strolling and shopping. However, Chinatown offers much more than shopping. It is full of luxurious five-star hotels, museums and a large variety of restaurants that serve some of the finest foods in the world. Chinatown is definitely the heart of Singapore tourism.

3. Underwater World Singapore

One of the most exciting tourist attractions in Singapore would have to be the Underwater World. The key fascination at this oceanarium full of endangered marine life would be the sea cows that can amuse visitors for hours on end with their countless natural acrobatic abilities.

4. Night Safari

When visiting Singapore, make sure to keep the kids up late one night and take them to the Night Safari. With over 1200 animals, this just may be the world’s leading night zoo. Sundown presents many astonishing wonders, including an abundance of intriguing night calls from numerous kinds of wild animals.

5. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom lush

Enclosed within the midst of a lush tropical rainforest, this beautiful butterfly and insect park is surely at the top of the list when it comes to the top 10 attractions in Singapore. It is an ideal place to get up close to Mother Nature to view some of the most beautiful butterflies and mysterious insects in the world.

6. Singapore River Cruise

Once used to carry cargo, the wooden bumboats are now used by the River Cruise attraction for tourists to leisurely take in the sights along the Singapore River. There are frequent docks along the river where tourists can board a wooden bumboat to enjoy a boat cruise.

7. Universal Studios

For families with older children, Southeast Asia’s only Universal Studios theme park is situated in Singapore at the Resorts World Sentosa. Visitors will get to hang out with some of their much loved movie characters and delight in the many movie-themed rides and activities. This theme park in Singapore is also home to the world’s tallest dueling roller coaster ride.

8. Jurong Bird Park

This remarkable 20 acres of ground encases the World’s largest bird park, walk-in aviary and tallest man-made waterfall. This is certainly one of the must-see attractions in Singapore because of the amazing scenery of brightly colored birds and amazing suspension bridges and wooden walkways. Be sure to bring a change of clothes and cool off with the kids in the Birdz of Play water activity area.

9. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum

The outstanding Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is located in the hub of Chinatown. Learn all about the existence and teachings of Lord Buddha. The roof garden houses the Buddha Prayer Wheel, and the third floor exhibits a rare collection Asian Buddhist artifacts. View the astonishing gold floor tiles encircling the solid gold stupa statue used by Buddhists as a place of worship.

10. Hua Song Museum

Located right in the Singapore Airport, the Hua Song Museum honors the Chinese culture with many aspects of inspirational stories of Chinese immigrants from all over the world. The museum is dedicated to the ordinary man and woman by showing their extraordinary struggles and triumphs as they became established in new lands. Don’t miss out on this educational museum, because it is undeniably one of the top 10 attractions in Singapore.

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Michael Filippone

About the Author: Michael Filippone

Michael Filippone has traveled throughout Europe, Latin America and Asia. Each year he travels several hundred thousand miles. He regularly visits Singapore for business and has a great love of the Orient.

His favorite things are morning runs in big cities and getting lost. He has a great passion for all things that are water-sport related: paddle surfing, surfing, free diving, fishing, rowing… Here you will find his musings on everything from where to go get lost on a jungle adventure to a road-trip in Thailand to a romantic cruise weaving through the Indonesian archipelago. Here too are hand-selected articles penned for him by writers he likes on the best places to go from Singapore. As well as being one of the key drivers behind setting up Singapore.com, he runs and part-owns Asia.com – a travel site on all things happening in the wider region. Michael is known to be fond of skipping rope and other than the odd beer, his preferred beverage is coconut water. He loves to fish and play volleyball with his children. He trained as an Olympic rower and loves to see his children find their way in sports and life.