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What to do in Singapore
Singapore is one of the richest small countries in the world. It’s a crowded but highly progressive city-state in Southeast Asia. But despite the population density and manmade attractions, lush greenery still covers half of Singapore.
Start wandering Singapore by riding the bus to Marina Bay, where you can take pictures of Singapore’s iconic Merlion. Experience cruising Singapore River on a bumboat for the fantastic views of the city.
Cool off in Gardens by the Bay, where the gigantic Super Trees awaits you. See miles of flora and smell their perfume in the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. Want a more interactive experience with nature? Then Jurong Bird Park is for you. Don’t forget to meet the cute panda couple Kai Kai and Jia Jia at River Safari. And nearby, you can complete your wildlife adventure at Singapore Zoo and the thrilling Night Safari.
Ride the Cable Car to Sentosa for amazing aerial views of the island. You’ll need days to enjoy Sentosa’s many attractions like the SEA Aquarium, the night show “Wings of Time”, and Universal Studios Singapore.
For a taste of Singapore’s culture, explore and shop at Chinatown, Little India, and Arab Street. Other shopping destinations worth your Singapore Dollars are the famous Orchard Road, Haji Lane, Bugis and Kampong Glam.
Singapore is a melting pot of cuisines, so you’re in luck if food is the taste you’re after. From chilli crab, laksa, and satay, hawker stalls and restaurants all over Singapore will satisfy your cravings. Complete your Singapore travel bucket list and get tips from the Wandering Trader.
Finish your trip on a high note by riding the Singapore Flyer. You’ll see spectacular views of the city, the places you’ve been and where else you should come back to.
When to visit Singapore
The best time to visit Singapore is January to May and August to October. They’re low season for travellers meaning fewer crowds and cheaper rates for you!
Pack light clothing along with sunglasses in your luggage because Singapore is hot and humid. Bring a brolly too because it does rain from time to time.
Exploring the city is easy because the locals speak English. You can even fly to Singapore now because Australians only need a valid passport to visit for up to 90 days.
Travelling to and around Singapore
Singapore’s Changi Airport is the world’s best airport according to Skytrax. From there, you’ll reach the city by airport shuttle, taxi, MRT subway, and bus.Travelling around Singapore is breeze too with efficient public transportations like the MRT and LRT, bus, taxi, and boat. Ride the trains if you’re in a rush, but for the scenic route, which is like your very own city tour, choose the bus.
Singapore is always an awesome destination, lah! So grab your suitcase and let’s book your Singapore flights today.
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