April 26, 2019

Five must-sees in Singapore – Asia’s futuristic heart

Singapore is described as an urban and sparkling melting pot of cultures and languages. The island city-state is located in Southeast Asia and with 5.8 million residents it is among the 20 smallest countries in the world. However, four languages are spoken in the multicultural metropolis: Mandarin, English, Tamil, and Malay. The ones who come to visit Singapore for the first time will be impressed by the urban and fast pacing vibe the city spreads. Following, we have prepared five must-sees for Singapore visitors:

1. Marina Bay
Marina Bay is one of the most fascinating places in Singapore. It used to be a quiet body of water of the Singapore River but has developed to an iconic place with many luxury hotels, skyscrapers, and attractions. It offers things to do for everyone: breathtaking hotels, amazing restaurants, great range of shopping possibilities and unique nightlife.

Singapore sunset

2. Gardens by the Bay
Located in the bay area of Singapore, the Gardens by the Bay represent a colorful and futuristic park. The Supertree structures are famous around the world and give the chance of experiencing an impressive skywalk over the gardens. You can discover more than 200 species of exotic flowers, trees, and plants. In order to get the best overview of the Gardens and Marina Bay, a 50-meter tree located in the center of the park offers a breathtaking 360-degree panorama. 

3. Sentosa Island
You are craving for a relaxed day at the beach with palm trees and turquoise water? Then you should definitely go and see Sentosa Island. The man-made island is not only made for recharging batteries and forgetting the stressful daily life but also for having fun no matter if grown-ups or kids. On the one hand, there are long sandy beaches with fantastic beach clubs inviting for a cold drink and relaxing. On the other hand, there are many Resort Worlds located on the island such as Universal Studios Singapore and the Tiger Sky Tower.

4. China Town
Singapore’s China town is not like a usual China town – it’s characterized by countless colorful Peranakan shop-houses and many historical attractions. The four districts Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar, and Bukit Pasoh invite for long discovering strolls with Smith and Pagoda Streets building the centrum. Amazing Chinese food, souvenirs, and hand-crafted jewelry or traditional clothes are offered here.

singapore china town

5. Mindblowing Fusion Food
If you love food, you will love Singapore for its diverse cuisine. Food is playing a very important role here and is taken very seriously. The traditional food is influenced by Malaysian, Chinese and Indian cuisine and can be described as a melting pot of tastes. Singapore lines up everything: from cheap hawker fare to Michelin-starred fine dining. The Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle and Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, for instance, became the first two street food locations in the world which have been awarded for a Michelin star. Three traditional dishes you should try are Laksa (noodle soup), Wanton Mee (noodle dish), and Tau Huay (a dessert made with tofu and sweetened with sugar syrup).

Chinese food in singapore noodle soup

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