Your Guide To Singapore

Your Ultimate Travel Guide To Singapore

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Singapore is one of the most visited countries all over the world. Of course, it wouldn’t be a favorite tourist destination for no reason. It has become popular because of its cleanliness, sophistication, food, attractions and shopping malls. If you are a first time visitor, you should read this blog from the top all the way to the bottom because this could be the answer to all your worries and queries. No worries buddy, we got you!

Where to stay in Singapore?

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The best thing about Singapore in terms of hotel accommodation and other types of lodging so to speak is that wherever you want to stay, it is always close to attractions, foodies, shopping center and more. That being said, I will give you categorized options according to your travel objectives.

If you will visit Singapore because you want to shop for great stuffs, you may want to consider staying around areas like Orchard Road, Little India and China Town. These areas have many shopping centers around, thus if you happen to shop a lot, you won’t carry heavy baggage for far too long. If you want adventures and beaches, then Sentosa Island is the best location to stay. However, if you are on a business trip then Marina Bay can be an excellent choice because it is close to all business expo centers.

Where to go and what to do in Singapore?

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As mentioned earlier, there are so many placethat you can visit to explore the beauty of Singapore. Here are few suggestions that you can choose from. Let’s begin with the popular shopping centers where you can buy expensive items to inexpensive souvenir items. Starting off Mustafa Centre in Little India. It offers more than 150,000 types of merchandises of virtually any type you can think of from books to appliances to ethnic goods and herbs. Just in case you want to make use of your extra time while in Singapore Mustafa Centre it is open 24 hours a day.

On the other hand, if you are looking for some inexpensive stuff to give to your friends and family when you get home, Chinatown is the place to be. You can buy cool and cute t-shirts for a few dollars. Last but definitely not the least, you can go and visit Orchard Road. There, you can find so many shopping malls within the 2.2 km shopping hub. Needless to say, you can buy anything you ever dream of having so long as you have a budget for that matter.

For nature lovers, a great place to be is Singapore Botanic Gardens where the National Orchid Garden is located. It is open from 5:00am to midnight daily. The garden offers so many botanical delights like evolution garden, small rainforest, and children’s garden

Of course you don’t want to miss the latest popular attractions in Singapore that includes Resorts World Sentosa that offers exciting casino games and themed hotels. Right next to Resorts World Sentosa is the famous Universal Studios Singapore where you can experience Holywood Blvd., Ancient Egypt and Magical Land all in once place.

Marina Bay Sands on the other hand offers mid-luxury accommodations. It provides several dining, gambling and entertainment options. Beside it, is the world’s largest observation wheel popularly known as Singapore Flyer where you can ride and enjoy the stunning view of Singapore.Also, Gardens by the Bay, River Safari and Jurong Bird Park should not be left unnoticed. Finally, to complete your awesome experience visit Clarke Quay and Boat Quay at night for a fun and entertaining evening.

I bet you would want to have a relaxing break after shopping spree and adventures. Why not pamper yourself by visiting one of Singapore’s finest spas? Your tired body will experience a relief from professional therapists that are trained to perform Chinese Tui Na to Javanese massage, Ayurveda, aromatherapy and hydrotherapy.

We hope you will save lots of money and time with our travel guide and just some sort of reminder. Security cameras are all over the place so be careful at all times. Few things you need to remember though. Don’t do anything illegal. That being said, chewing gum is illegal so avoid that at all cost. Do not litter everywhere. No tipping in bars or anywhere you go even if the service is excellent. Have a safe and fun travel!