Beautiful Places of Singapore You Must Visit

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As a visitor or a local Singaporean, you should try to visit as many beautiful places of Singapore as possible.

The founders of the Singapore city-nation had the vision to create Singapore as a “Garden City”. That vision is alive and continuing. Singapore is a place alive with beauty. The city abounds with landscapes, scenic views, stunning architecture and natural beauty.

This article will list some of the most recommended beautiful places to see.

Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is the only tropical garden in the world to be designated as such. The Botanic Gardens open at 5 a.m. and close at 12 midnight. The gardens are open every day.

The Botanic Gardens are a favorite for visitors to Singapore as well as the local population. It features a staggering array of unique and rare plants that can only be found in this one place. The gardens also offer free concerts and cinema films.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay

The Gardens by the Bay are located in the central region of Singapore. The nature park is made up of 3 main gardens; Bay East Garden, Bay Central Garden, and the Bay South Garden. There are 2 glass enclosed conservatories, in addition to the 3 main parks. They are known as the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

At night, the Supertree Grove comes alive with a spectacular light show. The light show is called the Garden Rhapsody. The tree-like structures are adorned with thousands of multicolored lights that are synchronized to music. The Garden Rhapsody at Gardens by the Bay is free.

Changi Boardwalk

Changi Boardwalk

You will find the Changi boardwalk at the eastern tip of Singapore. The boardwalk is known as a serene and scenic place to take a stroll. It borders the ocean on one side and the other side offers a calming view of greenery and old growth trees. The Changi boardwalk is also visited for stunning sunrises and sunsets.

Sri Mariamman Mandir

Sri Mariamman

This is Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple. The tower entrance to the temple displays a breathtaking example of agamic architecture. The stone carvings of Hindu deities and other figures make this a widely visited location.

Mount Faber

Mount Faber

Mount Faber is one of the best places to see a panoramic view of the downtown business area. It is recommended that you take a cable car ride to the peak. The observation area at the summit has telescopes placed strategically to allow views of the ocean, the southernmost islands as well as the business district. The scenic views from the cable car ride are also memorable.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

This bird park is one of the largest wildlife preserves in Asia. It is home to over 400 species of exotic birds. You can not only feast your eyes on the colorful exotic birds but also their habitats.

We come to the end of this article with only scratching the surface of what is available to see in this city. It is hoped that you will continue your own research to find your own beautiful places of Singapore when you visit there.

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