Have a delightful breakfast at the hotel, later you will be taken for a city tour of Singapore. The major attractions of the city are the Merlion Statue – The statue with body of a fish and head of a lion. China Town– itfeatures distinctly Chinese cultural elements, it has a historically concentrated ethnic Chinese population , and is filled with traditional shops and modern cafes. Little India – It is right opposite the China Town, and is famous for its traditional Indian restaurants. Other famous attractions are Chocolate factory and Jewellery factory. Later in the evening you can hop on to theSingapore Flyer to see the country’s skyline,Later you can take a stroll at garden by the bay and then move towardsMarina Bay Sky Parkto have drinks.
Singapore FlyerSingapore Flyer is the world’s largest observatory wheels. It is also one of the top attractions of Singapore. The flyer is erected at a height of 165 meter. You will experience a breath taking panoramic view on Asia’s largest observation wheel. It is the only place that offers you a bird’s eye view of the entire island city along with a brief glimpse of Malaysia and Indonesia from the top.
Gardens by the BayLater in the evening you can visit the most unique tourist attractions in Singapore. It is the world's premier tropical waterfront garden, which resembles to a sci-fi movie set. The idea initially was brought up by the Government’s initiative to make Singapore a ‘city in a garden’ instead of ‘a garden city’. The garden is dived into three parts Bay South Garden, Bay Central Garden and Bay East Garden. The garden is spread in 101 hectares of land and it has over 250 thousand rare plants housed in huge dome conservatories. There is a 16 storey-tall vertical gardens which collect rainwater, generate solar power and act as venting ducts for the park’s conservatories. This Singapore’s new landmark, the Gardens by the Bay, are perfect a picnic with the family or an evening stroll.
Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
A trip to Singapore would not be completed without visiting Marina Bay Sky Park. It is an engineering wonder. It was designed by an architect Moshe Safdie, the sky park floats atthe top of three beautiful Marina Bay Sands hotel towers 200m in the sky, where you can see the heart of Singapore in all its glory. The sky park can hold up to 3900 of people at one stretch. The sky park has the world’s largest infinity swimming pool that spreads around 150-meter, you can get the best views of Singapore from The Sands SkyPark.