10 reasons why I want to visit Singapore



My heart really wants to go sightseeing abroad. But we need to accept the pandemic situation that is plaguing the world today. If we talk about holidays abroad, the closest to Malaysia is Singapore. Who does not like to travel there? Although I have been to Johor many times, I can only see the neighbouring country from afar.

Maybe, for now, I haven’t had a chance to go there yet. But, one day, who knows. Anyway, I want to share places in Singapore where you might also want to go there someday and maybe serve as a guide when travelling to Singapore.
10 reasons why I want to visit Singapore | Singapore is one of the most suitable and ideal holiday locations for those who love to travel, taste good food and having fun.

Many interesting places in Singapore can be visited, there may be some destinations that you may be able to find in Malaysia, but there are also tourist destinations here that do not exist in Malaysia, so when you come to Singapore must visit those places. Here are 10 reasons why I want to go to Singapore.


1. Universal Studio Singapore


There are various types of games available here, USS is a theme park that is very interesting not only for children but for adults as well. When you are here, don’t forget to try the Roller Coaster and Transformers Ride. For children, one of the best attractions is to watch Shrek 4D stories.

Another place to visit in Singapore is S.E.A Aquarium, simply just immerse yourself in the magnificent underwater realm of more than 100,000 sea creatures from 1,000 different species.


2. S.E.A Aquarium


Another place to visit in Singapore is S.E.A Aquarium, simply just immerse yourself in the magnificent underwater realm of more than 100,000 sea creatures from 1,000 different species.

Featuring 50 water habitats in different zones, all sea creatures are grouped into their respective habitats and well-taken care of by the staff.

Leopard shark, goliath grouper, manta Raya, squadrons and different kinds of lively coral reefs can be seen here at close hand.


3. Singapore Night Safari


Meet some new friends – the lovely animals at the Singapore Night Safari. You can ride on a tram to see them lying down at their nocturnal habitats or you can venture into the jungle by taking the walking trails to intimately look at them.

From small to big, you will encounter different kinds of animals as well as endangered species like Malayan tapir, Asian elephant and Malayan tiger. After all, if you are an early sleeper, Night Safari is the place that worth staying late for.


4. Singapore Cable Car


The most scenic way to experience Singapore, the Mount Faber Line offers a variety of priceless 360ΒΊ panoramic views. Start at the Mount Faber Station and enjoy the wonderful hilltop view of the lush rainforest before flying to the HarbourFront station to take in the stunning view of the Singapore Harbour. Be mesmerised by the breathtakingly view of Sentosa as you fly into Sentosa station.

Fly onboard the Singapore Cable Car and enjoy the amazing aerial views that unfold all around you from 100 metres above sea level. The only cableway that links Mount Faber, HarbourFront and Sentosa Island, the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network connect you to a multitude of experiences while making the journey an unforgettable one.


5. Infinity Pool at Marina Bay Sands


Imagine soaking in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool and gazing down on the glittering expanse of the city from 57 levels above. World’s longest elevated pool At 150m long, the Infinity Pool is pure indulgence and offers winning views of the city from 57 storeys up.


6. MacRitchie Reservoir for Tree-top Walk


The TreeTop Walk (TTW) is the highlight of several long hiking routes in MacRitchie that brings you through the different stages of a mature secondary forest. The first of its kind in Singapore and in the region, this free-standing suspension bridge connects the two highest points (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang) in MacRitchie and offers a bird's eye view of the community of plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. The total length of the walkway is about 250 m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25 m.

Besides providing another avenue for nature recreation for Singaporeans, the TTW also plays an important role in forest canopy research, an area many researchers were not able to get into because of lack of access. This bridge will help to facilitate surveys and plant identification work and further our understanding of how forest ecosystems work.


7. Cloud Forest


A very unique and interesting place to visit that is Cloud Forest. A garden built in a dome filled with plants, flowers and waterfalls.

With a multi-storey walking path, you can see the whole beauty of this forest park from different angles.


8. Gardens By The Bay


Another place that depicts beautiful nature is Gardens By The Bay which is a garden of plants. The park is covered by a dome and has 3 parks namely Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.

There are many collections of trees and flowers for each garden and it has a man -made waterfall that adds even more beauty to the place.


9. National Orchid Garden


A very beautiful and well-organized flower garden. If you like flowers and plants, here is the right place to visit that can be considered a flower paradise. Many interesting paths surrounded by very beautiful and fragrant flowers.


10. Hotel in Singapore


I used to be worried about going on vacation because I am concerned about not having a place to stay. But now it is easy to find hotels in Singapore through various platforms and websites. Resorts World Sentosa managed to steal my heart to stay and experience a comfortable vacation while in Singapore.

RWS is also home to world-class attractions including Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, Dolphin Island and Adventure Cove Waterpark. RWS has been named “Best Integrated Resort” since 2011 for nine consecutive years at the TTG Travel Awards which recognizes the best of Asia-Pacific’s travel industry.

Usually, if you want to travel, it is better to go by following Public Holiday Singapore. So you can have a good trip and minimise the unexpected events.

For those who have planned to go to Singapore, hopefully, this post can be used as a guide to visit interesting places in Singapore. If you have also been there, can give your opinion and suggest interesting places that can be visited other than the ones I listed. Thanks for reading.

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  1. Last stay Singapore 1990. Sampai sekarang tak jenak. Kaki kat sana. Teringin juga nak pergi Singapore sebab banyak tempat menarik

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  2. Boleh dah ke gi sg fiza? Dioranh da buka sempadan ke.

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  3. Teringin juga nak pergi Singapore. Belum pernah pergi lagi. Ingat rancang tahun ni nak pergi tapi tu la. Harap akan ada buka nanti utk travel

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  4. last pergi singapore 4 tahun lps.. lps covid boleh pergi balik

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  5. bestnye kalau dpt p singapore... bila la yek dpt p.. hehe

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  6. Cantiknya semua tempat di Singapura tu. Dulu tinggal di Miri. Rasa tak berkesempatan nak cuti di Singapore. Pindah ke Terengganu berhasrat juga nak ke sana. Apakandaya sekarang dilanda pandemik. Belum rezeki juga nak ke sana

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  7. Selalu nampak kawan2 share pergi singapore..zaza je tak sampai2 lagi.. teringin jgk jalan sana

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  8. Belum pernah sampai lagi Singapore nie.. insyaAllah ada rezeki nak pergi juga nanti, banyak tempat-tempat menarik kan Fiza.. 😊

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  9. Saya pun ada reasons yang sama ... rindunye nak jalan-jalan Singapore bila boleh merentas nanti terus nak cari pakej best2 nak g singapore

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  10. Wah i also with o go back to Singapore when the travel ban is lifted.

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  11. Aishh ni buat kita nak visit Singapore lagi ni. Harap one day nanti dpt juga ke sana.

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  12. Entah bila dapat jejak padehal takdelah jauh sgt πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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