Singapore Tourist Attractions
Singapore Changi Airport has excellent infrastructure available for onward travel by road or train. Coaches, buses and taxis are cheap to use as are trains. Various car hire companies at the airport are located in the Arrivals Halls of Terminal 1, 2 and 3, where suppliers like Avis and Hertz have their rental desks.
Motorists follow the signposting to the East Coast Parkway (ECP) exit to central Singapore. The drive takes just 25 to 30 minutes from the airport to central Singapore, where most of the hotels and many of the Singapore tourist attractions are located.
Singapore has a multitude of tourist attractions to offer that cater for all tastes, ages and requirements. Great amusement and theme parks like the Transformers Adventure park with spectacular rides based on the Hollywood movie franchise or the stunningly beautiful parks and nature reserves located just a short drive outside of the city. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring places like the wonderful Jurong Bird Park or the Bukit Batok Nature Park, Underwater World Singapore, Singapore Zoo or the 87 hectares large Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
Singapore tourist attractions include many amenities that make for a fun and active holiday for all the family. The Sentosa Wave house is a 70,000 sq ft. sea front adventure venue where surfers of all experience and skills levels can have fun riding a giant 10 ft wave, while at Mana Mana East Coast wind surfers, sailing enthusiasts, divers and swimmers can indulge in all their favourite water sports, while getting a great tan at the same time!
Among one of the top ten adventure based Singapore tourist attractions is the Forest Adventure, the city’s only tree top aerial course. Climbers and adrenaline junkies can swing and climb among the tree tops of a lush jungle type environment set in the beautiful Bedok Reservoir Park.
Another set of Singapore tourist attractions will have visitors talk about them for a long time to come after the holiday is over: the Dinosaurs – Live prehistoric walk at the Science Center leads old and young visitors through the very realistically re-created habitats of dinosaurs. Seeing the life-like animatronic raptors in such settings will send a chill down the most hardened monster-fan!
Singapore’s climate can be hot and humid – what better way to relax and cool down than spending a day at Waterworks, Singapore’s largest water theme park with plenty of rides, wave pools and relaxation areas to appeal to every member of the family?
Singapore’s nightlife is legendary! There are hundreds of bars and lounges to hang out, wining and dining venues to sample the cuisine and dance clubs, DJ's and bands to get a real feel for what makes young Singapore tick. A vibrant local live music scene allows visitors to sample many different music styles. At the Home Club fans of underground and cool music will be happiest, while the famous St James Power Station has something for every dance and music fan to offer.
Among the other Singapore tourist attractions are the many facilities and venues dedicated to wellness, beauty and relaxation. Here travelers can enjoy some real pampering and relaxation. Alternative remedies and medicines can help to regain strength and recharge the batteries after a hectic time at work. Raffles Chines Medicine offers acupuncture and herbal medicine for example, while Ma Kuang Healthcare can do health checks for osteoporosis, blood diagnostics and offer slimming packages that actually work.
Singapore is rich in culture and heritage sites. The city is divided into very distinct districts reflecting a multi-cultural society. There are Chinatown and Kampong Glam, Little India and Joo Chiat for example, where each culture shows off its rich heritage in the wonderful architecture that has created such an amazing city.
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