Top Destinations in Singapore

Singapore, the land of beauty and brilliance is a place that remains every tourists dream. There are a numerous places to visit while on a trip to Singapore.

Interesting Destinations in Singapore



Here are some of the most interesting destinations in Singapore mentioned with their uniqueness.

Cinemania

Cinemania, Singapore is a major place of interest and is visited by thousands of tourists every year. The state of the art sight and sound system that this theater features has certainly given the entertainment world of motion pictures a new dimension.

Changi village
Changi village, a place away from the bustling city life with a stretch of coasts and beaches and a cafí© culture of its own attract tourists from the vicinity as well from different countries of the world. This village is an attraction for both fishermen and visitors for specific reasons of fishing and enjoying a relaxed vacation by the beach, respectively.

China Town Heritage Center
A visit to the China Town Heritage Center in Singapore must be thereon the itinerary of the tourists visiting Singapore. This is a modeled town which reflects the way of the life that the early settlers lead here in this town, before the city gained the status of a metropolitan hub.

Little India
Little India is an ethnic neighborhood which portrays the Indian cultural elements in the way of life that the native leads. Little India is situated to the east of the Singapore River and to the north of Kampong Glam. The Little India area is said to have come up around an area which used to be the settlement for Indian convicts in the past days.

Fort Silosa
Fort Silosa is the only coastal gun battery that has been restored among the twelve batteries which comprised the "Fortress Singapore" at a time when the World War II started. Fort Silosa is situated on the resort island of Sentosa and as it has been restored as a museum it has become a major place of interest in Singapore.

St Josephs Church
St Josephs Church is a Roman Catholic church in Singapore, located along the Victoria Street in the Rochor Planning Area which lies in the central area of central business district of Singapore. This church was constructed between the years 1906 to 1912. This Gothic style structure was built by the Portuguese Mission.

Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is the place to shop, eat and be entertained sitting by the riverside. Here one will find five blocks of restored warehouses. This spot was named after Sir Andrew Clarke and this place stands as one of the most important commercial centers in Singapore.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore Botanic Gardens spreads over an area of 63.7-hectare. This garden opens everyday at 5 in the morning and closes at 12 in the midnight and does not charge any admission fee.

Singapore Art Museum
Singapore Art Museum specializes in Singaporean and Southeast Asian visual artworks. This museum was opened in January 1976 and is an important tourist attractions in Singapore.

CHIJMES
CHIJMES, Sentosa Island is a historic building complex in Singapore which houses a Gothic-style chapel. At present this venue operates as a museum and a multi purpose hall.

Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo locally referred to as the Mandai Zoo is spread over an area of 28 hectares and was built at a cost of S$9m which was granted by the Singapore government. This zoo was opened to the public in the year 1973 on 23rd June.



Last Updated on : 07/28/2010

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