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10 Tourist Attractions in Singapore That You Must Visit

10 Tourist Attractions in Singapore That You Must Visit - Singapore has long been a popular tourist destination for the people of Indonesia. This is because the cost of travel to Singapore is not too expensive. Indonesian tourists like to visit unique tourist attractions in Singapore. Taking selfies with the background of the Merlion statue and the Esplanade building certainly provides a memorable experience.

hese attractions can be in the form of artificial tours, nature, history, culture, religion, and culinary. Singapore is indeed small, but has a lot of tourist attractions, unique and interesting. Come on, we just look at the uniqueness and excitement of each.

Singapore Flyer


The Singapore flyer is located at 43 Siloso Beach Street, # 01-01 Sentosa Island, Singapore. This location is the biggest turning wheel tourist spot in the world after America. Here you can see the sights of Marina Bay, Changi, and around Singapore to the island of Batam.

The location of this tourist attraction can be reached by taking the MRT down at the Station Promenade (Circle Line, CC4) exit Exit A. From here you can just walk to the location of the flyer. By using this Flyer, you are in a rotating capsule that follows a giant wheel.

The flyer consists of 28 capsules with dimensions of 4 m x 7 m and capable of carrying passengers up to 28 people. One rotation takes 30 minutes. The operating time of this tourist place starts at 08.30 - 10.30 every day.

For Singapore Flight Adult packages tickets are $ 33, and children are $ 21. This price includes visiting the tourist attractions of the Journey of Dreams Gallery. Whereas the Adult Singapore Sling Flight package is $ 69, and children are $ 31.

Esplanade


The Esplanade, often referred to as the durian or theater on the Bay building, is located at 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore, across from the Merlion Park. Esplanade is a tourist center for arts and performances in Singapore.

To reach the location of this tourist spot you can take the MRT train, walk from City Hall for about 10 minutes and Esplanade Circle Line Station (Exit D). Then passed the underpass connected with several malls, namely Citylink, Raffles City, Marina Square, SuntecCity, and MilleniaWalk.

Inside the Esplanade, besides the theater and theater, there are also shops and open areas where free shows are held. On the outside of the building you can take pictures with the background of Marina Bay Sands and towering buildings.

Besides being free to take pictures and enjoy beautiful scenery, you can also enjoy free art and music performances. There is also a complete library here. Operating hours start 12.00 - 20:30 local time.

Gardens by The Bay 


Another favorite tourist attraction, the giant 100-hectare park is behind Marina Bay Sands, precisely at 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore. It is now a convenient place to go when you visit Singapore.

You can reach this tourist spot by taking the yellow line MRT, then get off at the Bayfront station. After exiting through Exit B, you will find the Dragonfly & Kingfisher Lake area.

Here you can find various collections of rare plants in a giant greenhouse or dome with shell-shaped architecture. To enter this conservatory you are charged a ticket just $ 28 / person with operating hours starting at 09.00 - 21.00.

Whereas for outdoor starting at 05.00 - 02.00 local time, free of charge.

Universal Studios Singapore


Universal Studios is located in 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore, Sentosa Island is a tourist spot playing with the famous Hollywood film theme. You can go here by MRT train to Vivo City mall and go up to HarbourFront Station (NE1). From here you can take the monorail (The Sentosa Express Monorail) then get off at Waterfront Station.

In addition to playing rides, there are also many tourist attractions and restaurants that sell a variety of unique souvenirs of Universal Studios. To enjoy all the games at Universal Studios Singapore you have to buy an entry ticket, for a child of $ 55, an adult $ 74, and a parent $ 36.

This tourist spot operates from 10:00 to 19:00, but if you want to take a picture in front of the Universal Studios icon in the form of a spinning globe, it's free in the courtyard of the entrance.

Little India 


Little India is an Indian village in Singapore that still maintains its distinctive identity. The location of this tourist spot is not far from Orchard Road at 48 Serangoon Rd, Singapore.

To get to Litte India, you just take the purple or blue MRT line. Then get off at Little India Station (NE7 / BT4), or at Farrer Park Station (NE8). In this tourist spot you will experience a typical Indian experience by discovering the bustling atmosphere of daily activities.

You can find a number of traditional markets, narrow alleys, kachang puteh sellers and jasmine flowers. In this tourist spot there are many typical Indian stalls that sell handicrafts, incense, gold and cloth. The aroma of spices and flowers stung between the colors of typical India. Interesting right?

Please sample typical Indian food in modern restaurants and Indian snacks such as thosai and roti prata. If you are lucky, you will have the opportunity to witness a festive festival that is often held at this tourist spot. You can come to Little India when the store opens from 09.00 - 23.00 to shop.

Art Science Museum


You can find museums with this unique building on the north Promenade area, outside The Shoppes Mall at Marina Bay Sands. The location of this tourist spot is precisely at 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore.

You can reach this tourist spot on the MRT train, get off at Promenade MRT station and Marina Bay MRT station. Then just walk from The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and on the Helix Bridge.

This lotus flower-shaped museum building specifically holds rainwater to filter into a source of clean water. The museum's tourist attractions, which stand on 6000 square meters of land, have 21 galleries from various countries and 3 permanent exhibition halls.

You can visit the museum's tourist attractions and see the many exhibitions, shows and educational activities that are held. The exhibition that was held was themed Harry Potter, Dinousaurs, Dreamworks Animation.

Tickets to enter this tourist spot for adults $ 30, senior citizens (65 years and above) $ 27, and children (2 - 12 years) $ 17. The hours are open from 10:00 - 20:00.

Singapore Night Safari 


This tourist spot is located at 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore. How to reach this location, you can take the MRT to Ang Mo Kio Station (NS16), then take the SBS 138 bus.

At the tourist spot tonight, you can ride a tram and adventure in the wild life of a night safari park. Adventure that will take you from the Himalayan hills to the wild African Continent. this is an opportunity for you to get closer to wild animals like lions, tigers, tapirs, and so on!

You will definitely get an unforgettable experience for a lifetime, while following this 40-minute trip around the park and seeing more than 1000 animals in eight geographical areas. Adult admission tickets are $ 32, Children are $ 21 and open every day from 19.30 - 24.00 local time.

Sentosa Island


Sentosa Island is a tourist island that is different from the island of Singapore. Here there are many entertainment facilities including beaches, shopping centers, entertainment venues, restaurants, golf courses, casinos, and as a culinary center.

Access to Sentosa Island tourist attractions can be via the cable car (Sentosa Skyride) by paying approximately 300 thousand rupiah. You can enjoy the view of Singapore from this cable car.

You can also reach Sentosa Island with an easier ride on the Sentosa Express monorail and then take a bus. But you cannot enjoy the moment of enjoying the sights of Singapore from this amazing cable car.

When it depends on various attractions, so does the entrance ticket depending on the means of transportation you use to get there. One of the famous entertainment on this island is Universal Studio, an amusement park where you can feel the atmosphere of Hollywood Boulevard in the 1970s. Time is open Monday - Sunday at 10:00 - 21:00 (Monday-Sunday). The ticket price is $ 74 (adult), $ 54 (children).

After being tired of playing at Universal Studios Singapore, you can visit Beach View Sentosa, to watch Wings of Time. A spectacular show of special fountains, laser beams and fireworks.

The show lasts for 20 minutes Monday - Sunday, 19.40 and 20.40 and the ticket price is $ 18.

HarbourFront


HarbourFront is the right ocean gate tourist destination if you are traveling from Singapore. You can take a ferry around the surrounding area, or just want to shop, eat and relax.

The location of this tourist spot is precisely at 81 Telok Blangah Road, Singapore. You can reach this place by taking the HarbourFront MRT train. While in the Telok Blangah area, you can watch the cable car towering towards Sentosa. In HarbourFront you can also enjoy 360 degree views of the Singapore skyline.

HarbourFront, is a bustling port that is open to the public, where you can eat while enjoying the ocean and ocean views of Sentosa Island. You can also shop in Vivo City, the largest mall in Singapore and HarbourFront Center.

St. Andrew’s Cathedral


St. Andrew's Cathedral is located on 11th St. Andrew's Road, Singapore has its own attraction as a religious tourist spot. The location of the cathedral is not far from City Hall MRT Station. So it's not difficult for you to reach the location.

It is highly recommended for those of you who are interested in seeing ancient building sights in Singapore, visiting the church of St. This Andrew's Cathedral. This church is the first and largest church in Singapore opened since October 1, 1861

Since 1973 this church has become one of Singapore's national monuments. So if you are in the area of this tourist spot, don't miss the spire of this magnificent St. Andrew's Cathedral.

You can walk around this church and be able to go inside without paying. Visit this tourist attraction in the form of a cathedral during operational hours, namely Monday to Saturday, 09.00 - 17.00. Free guide tours are available, but with prior notice.

That's 10 tourist attractions in Singapore that you must visit. Are there suggestions for other places that are also interesting?

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