It is said that if you cannot travel to a tourist destination that you want to visit from the bottom of your heart, then it is sometimes enough to look at its pictures and read about its best features as a temporary alternative that heals the young while waiting for the real travel opportunity.
The fact is that at the time of the home quarantine and the restrictions imposed on the movement of air due to the Corona pandemic, travel is no longer possible … But what if your favorite destination travels to you ?!
On Wego, we launched the #World_Travel_Campaign to always be positive and flirting with the skies of creativity and beauty. So let’s take this tour to the best landmarks of Singapore!
Marina Bay reflects Singular modernity and elegance, and is rich with restaurants and exciting entertainment venues. It is home to some of the city’s most iconic architectural symbols, including the Marina Bay Sands building, Esplanade Theater, and the spinning wheel …
Immerse yourself in the bustling scenery of the Singapore Bay area at sunset, while strolling along the waterfront of a city that never sleeps.
It is the main shopping street in Singapore and is always crowded with residents and tourists. Filled with restaurants, cafes, hotels and entertainment centers … it is famous for its wonderful Christmas decorations.
Chania Town or Chinatown
Chinatown is one of the most vibrant places, and is home to many temples, cultural monuments, buildings with inspiring architecture, restaurants, souvenir shops, and of course the arts you can see on the walls and through live music and art shows. Don’t miss a visit to the ornate Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.
Little India or the Indian Quarter
It is an exciting historical area that shows the best of Indian society in Singapore, from wonderful cultural landmarks to lively shopping. Filled with colorful and scent delicacies, Little India really pays you for unforgettable time. Be sure to buy Indian textiles and silk fabrics, and of course visit the largest number of religious temples.
National Gallery of Singapore
This exhibition is located in two distinct buildings in Singapore are the City Council and the former Supreme Court, and is the largest museum of modern art in the country and Southeast Asia and displays more than 8,000 artwork.
Red Dot Design Museum
If you have been wondering what future products might look like or like to see innovative designs, this is the place to go. The Red Dot Design Museum is home to more than 1,000 local products, projects and creations. Museum exhibits have been chosen from among thousands of projects and designs, based on their outstanding design and functionality. Want to buy a souvenir? You can purchase a selection of awardwinning products from a store the museum.
MINT Games Museum
This museum of games delights both adults and children with its wide collection of ancient toys and souvenirs from all over the world. This private museum houses more than 50,000 pieces of ancient games, some over 100 years old, and childhood souvenirs from more than 40 countries, ranging from Japan to Bulgaria.
Sentosa is a sunny island in Singapore, home to exciting events, stunning attractions, awardwinning spas, lush rainforests, golden sandy beaches, and large hotels and resorts. You can reach this island by electric train or cable car ride, but the pedestrian walkway (accessible from VivoCity) is also a great option if you want to take a stroll.
This amusement park is located on Sentosa Island and is one of the most famous amusement parks in Singapore, as it includes 7 distinct places with countless games, activities and shows. All the talk is not fulfilling Universal Studios right, you have to discover it yourself!
Learn about the legend: Half a fish and half a lion … It is the statue – the fountain that represents the national symbol of Singapore and is located here in the Merlion Park, and is 8.6 meters long.
It is a great destination for perfect beach adventure. Consider relaxing on the white sandy beaches and dipping your toes in the pure turquoise waters. Remember to take your towels and personal belongings with you because there are no stores on this island.
Take a trip to Coney Island to connect with nature. This rural green retreat can be reached via two bridges connecting this marine island to the mainland.
There are great biking trails on the island, and it’s best to ride the stairs instead of walking due to some rough terrain. The 50 hectare park is also home to a variety of flora and fauna in Singapore and a good place for bird watching. Watch longtailed macaques, but refrain from feeding them.
Visit this awardwinning wildlife park in Singapore to see animals roam freely in their natural environment. Singapore Zoo includes 11 regions, each taking you through some of the world’s most unique wildlife habitats.
Take a trip to the undersea world in the “World Resorts ™ Sentosa ™” aquarium, and discover more than 100,000 marine animals.
At the Singapore Safari River, he meets sea sheep, monkeys, piranhas and pandas as they gather in and around the park’s waters. Located between the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari Park, River Safari is a zoo and rivershaped aquarium. Singapore’s newest wildlife park contains more than 6000 animals, including 40 threatened species, with areas where river habitats repeat all over the world, from Mississippi to Yangtze.
Embark on an adventure after dark at Night Safari, an open air zoo with over 2,500 creatures at night.