Singapore insider guides for travel


Singapore insider guides for travel

Singapore is widely famous for a beautiful, modern, clean and safe country in the world. That’s why it is increasingly becoming one of the hottest tourist destinations in not only Asia but all around the world as well. If you are planning to travel to Singapore, let’s take a close look at what you need to know and prepare to have the perfect trip in the cleanest country. Singapore insider guides

The cleanest country to live in

When is the best to come?

Because Singapore is a tourist country, you can travel whenever you want. However, to take home the most memorable trip, you are advised to come there in the following seasons:

** Taipusam, an interesting festival for Hinduism held in February annually.

** The food festival in April

** Big sale in June, which is an ideal time for fans of shopping

** In July and August, the number of tourists is quite limited, so you can enjoy holiday with a limited budget

** You are highly recommended to travel to the country in May, September and December because at those times, the whole Singapore is covered by fog and heavy rain.

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You can visit Singapore all year round

How to get around?

There are many public transports for you to travel around to explore the beautiful country, such as taxi, bus and subway. The best bet would be the subway because of its reasonable price, comfort and safe.

Where to stay?

Footprints Hostel: This accommodation is for those whose budget is quite limited. The price is from $ 13.

Robertson Quay Hotel: is located at 15 Merbau Road, Clarke Quay. This hotel costs $ 80 with swimming pool, wifi, and breakfast.

Hotel 81 Chinatown: is located at 181 New Bridge Road, Chinatown where is quite near to the city center. This hotel is also priced at around $ 80. The reasonable price as well as the modern furniture make it become one of the popular choices among travelers.

Value Hotel Balestier: The price is relatively comfortable, at $ 53. Rooms are nice, modern, and clean with new furniture.

Where to set foot?

The country has so many interesting and impressive things to see and do. However, because the price in Singapore is quite high, it is recommended to visit the most famous and fascinating tourist destinations. Let’s check them out!

Marina Bay

The bay is home to Merlion Park, Esplanade Opera House, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands where you can have a good chance to take the most awesome photos and wonderful experience.

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Impressive Marina Bay at night

Sentosa Island

This is one of the most well-known tourist destinations in Singapore where you don’t have to pay any fee to get around. Coming there, don’t miss Merlion statues, bathing and shopping, which promises to give you the wonderful moments.

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Play with dolphins on the island

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is an ideal destination for those who love colors because the houses, bars, restaurants and cafes in there are so colorful that you would hardly to say goodbye. The site will also make you amazed by the exotic architectures.

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Clarke Quay is so gorgeous in different colors

Singapore Zoo

This is the best zoo for children to learn about the wildlife naturally and also a wonderful stopover for family gatherings. The zoo is designed very nicely. In particular, the animals here are well cared in an open space, without cages.

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Singapore Zoo

Jurong BirdPark

If you are truly a nature lover, you can’t miss the wonderful site of many rare bird species including penguins. One of the most attractive things to do there is that you can walk along the bridge to the top of the tree and feed the parrots. It would be a wonderful and memorable experience.

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Jurong BirdPark, a paradise of colorful birds

If you have more time, you should miss such must-see attractions as:

Botanical Garden: This is a large garden full of green trees located in the heart of the bustling city. That’s why the site attracts do many tourists to come to enjoy the fresh air and relax their mind. The garden also offers enough space for children to play so you can let the kids explore the Children's Garden.

Raffles Hotel: This is the famous 5-star hotel but you can get around without paying any fee. It is possible to leave your footprints on the museum and the Writer’s Bar inside the hotel.

China Town and Little India: This is an ideal destination for those who are interested in the local life of Singaporeans of Chinese and Indian origin.

St. Andrew and Singapore Art Museum with free entrance tickets on Friday evening, from 6 pm to 9 pm.


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