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Planning a trip to Singapore, here are the top 8 places that you should cover in Singapore.
1. Visit The Iconic Merlion
Merlion which is depicted as a mythical creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish is the official mascot of Singapore Take a perfect selfie with it while you capture the stunning marina bay sands or the city skyline in the background.
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2. Head Down To Esplanade
A secret tip head down to Esplanade theatre by the bay and see Singapore’s skyline with marina bay sands on your left and the city skyline on the right. It’s a perfect place to catch the city’s sunset while you sit by the Singapore River.
3. Bugis Street
If you love shopping especially street shopping then you should probably head down to Bugis street. The place is spread across 2 floors where you can everything from clothes to accessories and souvenirs. Find cheap deals like 5 souvenirs for SGD 10 (AED 26.89).
4. Dine In At Boat Quay
Boat Quay is right along the Singapore River where various cafe and bar are in line. You could find various bars and restaurants placed one after the other in a line. Try the famous Chili Crab dish where every restaurant will have its own unique touch.
5. Party At Clarke Quay
If you love partying then you should probably head down Clarke Quay which is Singapore’s ultimate nightlife destination all under one roof. Find clubs like Fbar and pubs like Mcgetticans all under one roof.
6. Love Lock Structure At Clarke Quay
Singapore doesn’t have a love lock bridge but it has created Love Lock Structure. Lock your loved ones at the heart-shaped structure while you leave a message on the lock. A perfect place to take some amazing pictures.
7. Walk Along the Singapore River
Head down to raffles place and walk down the Singapore river. Walk pass boat quay and Clarke quay while you embrace the city’s beauty.
8. Sentosa Island
Sentosa is an island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, connected to the city by road, cable car, pedestrian boardwalk and monorail. If you are up for some thrill and adventures then head down to Universal studios or Aqua cove which is Singapore only water park. You can take the monorail to travel between attractions which is absolutely free.
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