Things You Shouldn't Miss Doing On Your Singapore Malaysia Tour

For first-timers, exploring Singapore and Malaysia may seem overwhelming. The bustling cities, cultural diversity, architectural wonders, beaches, rainforests, and other spectacular sights make every trip to these two countries an eyeful and memorable. Wherever you visit and whatever you do in these nations, you'll find everything is bursting at the seams. Shopping, food, nature, wildlife, amusement parks, nightlife - you name it and you will find them in abundance in these two wonderlands in Asia. Find out below some of the things you shouldn't miss on Singapore Malaysia tour packages to unwind yourself with family or friends.


Singapore

Walk Through the Gardens by the Bay


Spread over 250 acres in the bay area of Singapore, the Gardens by the Bay is a must-see spot in the island nation. Of late, it has become the representative face of the country. The gardens are an initiative by the government to add more green cover to the city. Witness the towering steel-framed Supertree structures, and visit the two greenhouses filled with orchids and plants. Gardens by the Bay makes a quick getaway from the busy city.

Visit the Sentosa Island

Another attraction you should include in your Singapore tour packages is the Sentosa Island. It is a purpose-built island just south of the Central Business District that was conceived with complete leisure time in mind. Apart from lounging on the beaches, you'll find a number of other exciting activities to do in the island's golf course, theme parks, shopping centers, fine dining restaurants, and more. Spice your Singapore vacation up with fun-filled activities on the island.

Spent a Day at the Singapore Night Safari

If you love wild animals and care about their conservation, then there can't be a better holiday offer than the Singapore Night Safari. Take a peep into the world of over 1,000 nocturnal animals in their natural habitat. The zoo is an unusual world-class attraction that also happens to be a rescue, conservation, and research center. Take the walking trails and trams to see the exotic and engendered animal species that include the Himalayan griffon vultures, gazelles, great one-horned rhinoceroses, and wildebeests.

Get a Dose of Art at National Gallery

National Gallery Singapore boasts of the largest and most valuable collection of modern art in Southeast Asia, numbering over 8,000 works. You can spend more than half a day wandering the galleries of the museum and not realize it. The gallery is a jewel in Singapore's crown, and a delight for art connoisseurs. Located in the heart of the city, it is easily accessible by tourists from all sides.

Malaysia


Skywalk on Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers is one of the iconic sights in the world. The towers are the tallest in the world. If you get a kick out of heights, take a skywalk over the bridge that connects the two towers. Enjoy a bird's eye view of the Kuala Lumpur city from the top of the skyscrapers. It is an unmissable landmark in Malaysia.

Enjoy Portuguese Architecture in Malacca

Lying next to the Malacca Strait, Malacca or Melaka is an architectural wonder in the entire country. It was a former colony of the Portuguese, and so you can Portuguese influence in most churches, buildings, galleries, museums, and other places of historical importance. Explore and go back in time for a while in Malacca. Double-decker bus services are available for tourists who wish to move around in the city. It is a perfect spot for daytime activities.

Trek in Taman Negara National Park

Taman Negara is an extensive tropical rainforest national park in the Malay peninsula. The park features what is believed to be the longest rope walkway in the world. Travelers can trek paths that are 100 km long on round trip. Natural lovers find the rich flora and fauna of Taman Negara truly enchanting. You can also visit the village of the aboriginal tribe. An unmistakable destination for nature lovers.

See Orangutans in Sabah

Observe the great arboreal apes in reddish-brown hair in Sandakan in the state of Sabah, East Malaysia. Sepilok is the first orangutan rehabilitation center in the world opened in the 1960s. The center is home to the orphaned apes or those who have been rescued from illegal possessions. Visitor tours are arranged to coincide with the feeding time so that they can enjoy glimpses of the apes. One of Malaysia's major tourist attractions, the rehab center houses around 60 to 80 orangutans at present.

Book Your Singapore Malaysia Tour Today!

Singapore and Malaysia make enjoyable holiday destinations for family or friends. Whether it is daytime or nighttime entertainment, indoor or outdoor, these countries have the best to offer. Buy Singapore Malaysia tour packages from Mumbai or Ahmedabad this holiday season, and go on a trip with your loved ones. You'll be left wondering why you didn't think about these awesome destinations earlier.

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