Singapore is an island-state with a lot of surprises, contrasts and luxuries. Even though it is a sprawling metropolis with modern buildings and skyscrapers, there are wide span of green spaces in the city.

A perfect place to spend a family holiday or even a honeymoon, here are some of the best places to visit in Singapore.

Singapore Night Safari

Singapore Night Safari is the world's first nocturnal zoo that inhabits more than 130 species of animals in open enclosures.

Singapore Zoo

Next to the Singapore Night Safari is the Singapore Zoo, spread around 70 acres of area. It houses 350 mammals, reptiles and birds, amongst which the orangutans are the star attractions.

Gardens by the Bay

A futuristic botanical garden, the Gardens by the Bay has some amazing attractions like the Super tree groves, high-tech space domes, botanical gardens, etc.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris Wheel that gives you a glimpse of the entire city. On a good day, you can see an endless view stretching up to the neighboring countries of Malaysia and Indonesia.

Jurong Bird Park

Spread around an area of 20.2 hectares, the Jurong Bird Park has 5000 birds from 400 different species. This bird park allows visitors to touch and interact with the local to the rare flock of birds.

Merlion Park

Merlion Park is an iconic part that houses the statues of the Merlion, which looks like a half fish, and a half lion. This favorite park for selfies is open 24x7 and you can visit it anytime you want.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is an action-packed destination built solely for entertainment. It is home to Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A Aquarium, two beaches and an array of interesting attractions.

Orchard Road

Home to a series of shopping malls and centers, the Orchard Road is heaven for those who love shopping.


Soak in the life and culture of the Chinese community at Singapore's Chinatown. This is the perfect place to indulge in souvenir shopping and delicious Chinese food.

Little India

Little India is a tribute to the Indian community settled in Singapore. Little India has everything from beautiful temples to shops selling Indian clothes and restaurants serving the best Indian food.

Clarke Quay

Vibrant and colorful, Clarke Quay is known for its happening nightlife. The place is filled with nightclubs, bars, and restaurants where you can have the time of your life.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens has 10,000 species of trees and flowering plants. It is also home to National Orchid Garden, where you would find 60,000 orchid plants, some of which are rare and unique.

Singapore is a truly exotic land that offers so many interesting and fun places to see.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets today and fly to Singapore for a dream holiday!