Singapore, being a small island country situated on the southern Malaysia, has a number of interesting ideas and spots for tourists apart from being a global financial and commercial center.
While there are a large number of nightspots, bars and restaurants, besides other historical sites, travellers must not miss visiting Gardens by the Bay.
This colourful, futuristic park in the bay area is adorned with amazing architecture, supertree structures and an impressive skywalk that will captivate visitors of all ages.
Towering over Gardens by the Bay are dozens of supertrees – large tree-shaped metal structures hosting over 200 different species of plants and flowers that illuminate at night.
There are also the climate-controlled Cloud Forest and Flower Dome that house flowers collected from high altitude mountains around the world.
The size of the Gardens by the Bay is about 250 acres and situated on reclaimed land on the waterfront. The best way to see the size of the park is from the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands Hotel, situated right across the park.
Therefore if budget permits, spending the night at
How To Get There
Travellers can arrive in Singapore by train, bus or car from Malaysia. AirAsia flies to Singapore from Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Langkawi, Miri and Penang. Getting around the country is also relatively easy since the MRT has an extensive rail network throughout the island.
What To Eat
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This article first appeared in GOASIAPLUS Asean Guide in 2017. ASEAN Guide is a collaboration with AirAsia to promote places for travellers in Southeast Asia countries from how to go, where to stay, what to do and eat.