Tiger Sky Tower
Situated in Sentosa Island’s western part, Singapore Tiger Sky Tower is the highest observation tower in Asia. This entertaining park amusement allows enjoying panoramic views of the island from the height of 131 meters above sea level. Air-conditioned, rotating glass car that can accommodate up to 72 people gradually slides up along tower’s vertical column to the height of a 50-storey house. Havi

Gardens By The Bay
The unusual architectural and landscape complex Gardens By The Bay is one of the newest and certainly the most original Singapore sights. This futuristic botanical garden that combines naturalness and modern technologies was opened on the Marina Bay coast, in summer 2012. Its huge area of 101 hectares has several thematic gardens with waterfalls and pools, two technological greenhouses with exotic

Amusement Park Universal Studios
The Amusement Park Universal Studios is located on the territory of the unique resort complex Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island and is the largest theme park in the Southeast Asia. It consists of seven separate zones, whose design is based on movies and cartoons that were issued by Hollywood Universal Studio at different times. Each theme zone has its own original park amusements and numerou

Hotel Marina Bay Sands
The resort and hotel complex Marina Bay Sands was opened just in few kilometers from the city business center, in summer 2010. Its unusual architecture made it one of the state’s brightest sights and patriotic Singaporeans nicknamed it as the eighth wonder of the world. The hotel complex consists of three 55-storey skyscrapers, on whose top a huge gondola is located. It is a magnificent SkyPark. I

Little India
Colorful and original district Little India is located not far from the colonial center and invariably attracts attention of the most tourists coming in the country, on a par with other Singapore ethnic quarters. Having appeared simultaneously with the city two centuries ago, it turned from small settlement into the center of Indian culture in Singapore. Indian community formed in the city in the

Arabian Quarter (Kampong Glam)
Situated to the east of the colonial center Arabian Quarter is considered Singapore’s Muslim center. It was one of the first quarters that were formed and developed in the country. At first, the Kampong Glam was a small fishing settlement, after which, in fact, the future quarter was named: Kampung is Malay for settlement and gelam is the name of the tree growing here. Malayans produced curing oil

China Town
China Town is one of the Singapore’s brightest and most original districts. It appeared, the same as city’s other ethnic quarters, thanks to Stamford Raffles who considered it necessary to allocate separate area for settlement to each community of the multinational Singapore. In this way he solved two problems at once: threat of ethnic conflicts and immigrants’ adaptation in new country. However,

Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer is the largest Ferris wheel in the world. It is able to lift its passengers on the height of 165 meters that is 5 meters higher than Chinese Star Of Nanchang, which used to be the largest Ferris wheel on the planet. Today the Singapore Flyer is one of the most visited tourist attractions on the island. The Ferris wheel has 28 air-conditioned glass capsules, each of which can se

Statue of Merlion
The Statue of Merlion – the mythic creature with lion head and fish body, sitting on the crest of the wave – is the most famous symbol of Singapore. Yearly, over one million travelers from all over the world come here to admire the giant monument of halffish-halflion. The mysterious creature, with which Singapore is associated for several decades already, was thought up by designer Fraser Brunner

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