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Places To Explore In and Around Singapore

Posted by Royal Sundaram on 18 May 2016

The Lion City or the Garden City, Singapore is the only island city-state in the world, which makes it special and intriguing. The culture and traditions practiced here undoubtedly make it even more interesting to tourists coming here from across the globe.

Places To Explore In and Around Singapore

Places To Explore In and Around Singapore

The delightful cuisines served here and the architectural constructions that add to the charm of this country draw tourists attract tourist throughout the year. To safeguard your journey from any form of travel worries, opt for Royal Sundaram travel Insurance. And for making your trip to Singapore exciting, here are a few places to check out:

Pulau Ubin

A few kilometers to the east of Singapore, Pulau Ubin, meaning Granite Island, is a stunning island that is home to barely a hundred people. It was once a home to about a thousand people who practiced granite quarrying. However, the number of settlers have dropped tremendously over the years. Nevertheless, one cannot deny the beauty it holds.

Gardens by the Bay

Artistically crafted and created, Gardens by the Bay is a 21st century botanical garden in Singapore that has state-of-the-art technology for climate control and other aspects. Housing a numerous species of plants, the Gardens have everything that will amuse your heart.  From the serene waterfall to the fragrant aroma of flowers, everything about this place will please your senses.

Orchard Road

Flanked on both sides with local and international departmental shops, boutiques, shopping centres, beauty salons and spas, Orchard Road is Asia’s most famous shopping street. With something for everybody, it is the ultimate destination for retail therapy. This vibrant boulevard got its name after the nutmeg and pepper plantations that once lined it in the 1800s. A place that is always buzzing with fairs and different activities, whiling away an entire day here seems like a breeze. If you somehow manage to get tired, you could catch a breather in one of the many alfresco spots along the road and watch the world go buy. The ever changing sky line is just an added bonus to this already exciting destination.

So head out to Singapore and explore the beauty of this country on your next trip out here.

 

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