A tour to Singapore is never complete without a visit to the various places of interest. Singapore features tourism spots ranging from animal sanctuaries like the Zoological Gardens and Bird Park to places of flora and fauna like the Botanical Gardens as well as research venues like the Science Center.
Sentosa is Singapore's premier island resort getaway with multi-faceted appeal, teeming with events all year round. Just 15 minutes from the city, it is a unique blend of leisure and recreational facilities including family attractions, sea sports, golf as well as hotel accommodation and retreats. A canopy of secondary rainforest covers 70 per cent of the 500-hectare island and is home to monitor lizards, monkeys, peacocks, parrots as well as other native fauna and flora.
Visit http://www.sentosa.com.sg/ for more information.
The Singapore Zoological Gardens is acclaimed as one of the world's most spectacular zoos. The use of natural barriers like streams, rock walls and vegetation to separate animals from visitors enhances the "open" zoo concept. Spreading over 28 hectares, it is home to over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles, including rare and endangered species.
Visit http://www.zoo.com.sg/ for more information.
Jurong Bird Park is a 20.2 hectare open-concept park. It is the largest in the Asia Pacific and one of the finest bird parks in the world. Its collection of more than 9,000 birds from 600 species is among the largest in the world. The Park specialises in birds from Southeast Asia and the more exotic and colourful tropical birds.
Visit http://www.birdpark.com.sg/ for more information.
The world's first wildlife park built for visits at night, the Night Safari is not like any ordinary zoo illuminated by the night or a modern version of nocturnal houses found in many zoos around the globe. Nestled in 40 hectares of lush secondary forest, the Night Safari offers guests the unique experience of exploring wildlife in a tropical jungle at night. Through the use of subtle lighting technique, guests are able to view over 1,000 nocturnal animals of 100 species in vast naturalistic habitats.
Visit http://www.nightsafari.com.sg/ for more information.
The Singapore Botanical Gardens sweep across an area of 52 hectares constituted by primary forest and specialty gardens in close proximity to the city centre. The park contains many rare plant specimens in addition to the specialty gardens decorated with frangipanis, roses, ferns and desert plants. Outdoor concerts in the gardens can be enjoyed on the Symphony Lake or French cuisine can be savoured at the Au Jardin restaurant.
Visit http://www.sbg.org.sg/ for more information.
The Singapore Science Centre is a non-formal educational institution for the promotion of science and technology among students and members of the public. It has the country's largest collection of educational and exhibit materials devoted to science and has been acclaimed as one of the top science centres in the world. More than a million visitors come to the Singapore Science Centre every year.
Visit http://www.science.edu.sg/ for more information.
Places of interest in Singapore are not just restricted to the abovementioned but they are definitely places in a tourist's "must-go" list. Singapore's tourism spots entails unique historical value and beauty and proves to be fondly memorable for visitors.