Singapore - The land of rich historical significance, cultural diversity, and extraordinary architectural features. The city-state which, in spite of its modernity, has beautifully preserved its ancient monuments. The place in which several buildings have begun humbly only to reach the zenith of grandeur and dignity.
Located on the 63rd floor, it is the highest rooftop bar in Singapore. It offers a great view and a dance floor as well. The rooftop bar is just lined with glass parapet, giving the guests a true rooftop experience and a spectacular view of night in Singapore.
Home to around 40% of the native flora and fauna of Singapore, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is one of the two ASEAN Heritage Parks in Singapore, part of the regional network that forms the range of the representative ecosystems of ASEAN. This 400-acre natural wonderland, considered one of the largest remaining rainforests of the country, is found on Bukit Timah Hill, the tallest hill of Singapore.
Jalan Besar is a one-way road in Singapore, connecting Kallang to Rochur. Meaning 'wide road' in Malay, Jalan Besar has been increasingly developing as one of Singapore's newest and most popular hipster joints. Quaint cafes, bars and restaurants serving a wide range of food dot this area in abundance.
This cafe in Singapore has a quite a huge fan base because of its waterfront view and pretty spacious interior. With outlets all over the city-state, the PS: Cafe at One Fullerton has a beachside sort of ambience with exclusive furniture, distinguishing itself from its other cafes in Singapore. It even has an open-air terrace where most of the visitors decide to dine because of the cold breeze.
Boasting a view of the picturesque golden sand beach, turquoise water and palm trees, Tanjong Beach Club is situated on the pleasing Tanjong Beach of Sentosa island, Singapore. One may enjoy a delectable meal, have a sparkly drink, go swimming, play beach games or sunbathe on one of the sun-loungers of the club.
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The second hippest area in Singapore (after Tiong Bahru), Everton Park is a great place for foodies and fun-lovers! Right opposite to the Duxton area, this charming neighbourhood is a mix of sub-urban and old-fashioned ideas. It is definitely a must visit for those who like to explore the food scene of Singapore with its cafes and restaurants.
With a sprawling area of 185 hectares and covering 15 kms of coastline, East Coast Park is a splendid beach park located in the southeastern part of Singapore. It is the largest park in Singapore and is built entirely on reclaimed land, the beach is a man-made one, where swimming is also possible.
Standing a height of thirty-six metres above the Henderson Road, the Henderson Waves Bridge is a gentle reminder that even though our lives have been made easier with the advent of two-wheelers and four-wheelers, nothing beats the immense peace that one receives after taking a walk along the streets illuminated with city lights.
Marina Barrage is at the southern tip of the main island, and a short walk away from Gardens by the Bay. This multi-purpose tourist attraction is rooftop dam and a park. Although its primary function serves as a dam, Marina Barrage is rather popular for recreation on its green, roof-top expanse. Visitors here especially enjoy kite flying the most, since the park is held on a rooftop space.
Marina Bay Sands is a resort complex that offers a complete package to its visitors with a plethora of entertainment options. Started in the year 2010, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel was ranked as the world's most expensive standalone casino property. It has The Shoppes mall for the shopaholics, an Art-Science Museum for the art-fanatics, featuring classic artworks and holding educational exhibitions and two huge theatres for screenings.
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