One of Singapore’s hottest attraction is the Gardens by the Bay built on reclaimed land. These photographs were taken at the Flower Dome. The Flower Dome is officially the world’s largest column-less glass greenhouse, as named by the Guinness Books of Records in 2015. This garden has been designed to imitate a cool, moist tropical climate like that of the Mediterranean and some sub-topical places in South Africa. There are a few thousand species of plants and beautiful flowers in bloom. A must visit place for both Singaporeans and tourists.Read more
The Cloud Forest is a mysterious misty world. This is a 35 meter tall mountain covered in vegetation and home of the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. There are plants like ferns, bromeliads, begonias and even carnivorous pitcher plants from tropical highlands up to 2,000-metres above sea level. You can go up the mountaintop by lift and walk on two walkways for an aerial view of the mountainside and the canopy below. I love this cool moist conservatory!Read more
Singapore’s Chinatown comprises of five districts: Telok Ayer, Bukit Pasoh, Tanjong Pagar, Kreta Ayer and Ann Siang Hill. Chinatown is one of my favourite places in Singapore – it is so colourful with lots of souvenir, arts and crafts, dried Chinese herbal medicines and fresh ingredients for cooking for sale here and there. There are lots of nice tea houses selling dim sum, charming little shops selling Chinese tidbits, bars and restaurants and boutique hotels dotted all over and the whole place is so lively from morning till night.
Resorts World Sentosa Singapore has exciting attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore, FestiveWalk and Marine Life Park. I have gone round these places thoroughly. I do know for a fact that both the young and old will enjoy a day out to this place. There are non-stop entertainment, great shopping experiences and culinary adventures at FestiveWalk. Lovers of underwater life can look forward to the Marine Life Park. This world-class integrated resort is the ideal resort destination where everyone can come together for moving experiences and lasting memories. Read more
Clarke Quay is a nice place have a walk along the riverside in the morning. Most of the restaurants only open after 12 noon. There were a variety of restaurants to choose from. The nightlife is better as there are lots of bars around this area. You will also find buskers providing entertaining and local ice cream vendors at the street corners. If you are tired, just sit down on a public bench by the river and watch the world, water and boats go by.