In the previews post we've seen 'Universal Studios Singapore | Marina Bay Sands | Singapore Botanic Gardens' of Singapore. Here are the another '3 Tourist Spots of Singapore'. Let's continue our trip in Singapore!



Singapore zoo is another major tourists attractions in Singapore located in the Mandai Lake Road of Singapore it is a place where everyone loves to see the uniqueness of each animals out there. It is controlled by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, Wildlife Reserves Singapore also maintains the Night Safari, River Safari and Jurong BirdPark. The Singapore Zoo was built at a cost of S$9m by the government of Singapore and it occupies 28 hectares or 69 acres, the exhibits of this zoo is divided into 11 zones, animals like white tiger, Australian outback, Pigmy Hippos, Polar Bears, lions, orangutan and many other animals exists in Singapore Zoo. Visitors to this zoo can enjoy here 24hours a day, at the time of sunset visitors can enjoy the different atmosphere at the Night Safari. Many shows are organized by the zoo to entertain the tourists. Like, "Animal Friends" show is housed in the Kidzworld amphitheater in the zoo's children's section. In "Splash Safari" show, the visitors of zoo's can notice the aquatic mammals and birds. In the show of "Elephants at Work and Play", visitors can look at how elephants are used for carrying loads in south-east Asian countries also the elephant play with their riders, the mahouts. "Rainforest Fights Back", here the show is housed in the Shaw Amphitheatre where Actors and performers act alongside the animals. "Breakfast with an Orangutan", where visitors can meet and interact closely with the orangutans in the zoo. People to here can also find several restaurants and interesting shopping spots. Singapore zoo has also gained many awards like, Best Leisure Attraction Experience, ASEAN Tourism Association Awards for Excellence, Voted one of the best loved pro-family businesses, Top 10 Best Family Experience (Jungle Breakfast at Singapore Zoo), etc.,


Singapore flyer is a jumbo Ferris wheel in Singapore is another major atSingapore Flyer copytraction here, any tourists to the Singapore will surely undergo to feel this wonderful experience. It was opened in the year 2008 which took two and half years to get completed. It is considered as one of the world's tallest Ferris wheel whereas the height of the wheel is about 541 feet(that is equal to the 42 storey building).This flyer consist of 28 air-conditioned capsules and each capsule’s maximum carrying capacity is of 28 persons. This flyer also provide facilities for the handicapped or the disabled as well. From Singapore Flyer, viewer can get the 360 degree view of Singapore, where this is one of the special highlights about the Singapore flyer. Few other spots like Seafood Paradise, Fish Foot Spa, Flight Experience, 6D motion ride experience at XD Theater, etc., are enhancing the excitement of the visitors to the Singapore Flyer.


Clarke-Quay-copy-minClarke Quay served as a dock for the loading and unloading of cargo for commercial houses and warehouses. It was named after Sir Andrew Clarke, governor of the Straits Settlements from 1873 to 1875. Because of the earlier cargo services at this place, the river got polluted hence the government then cleaned up the Singapore River from 1977 to 1987. This is spot is one of the key tourist attractions in Singapore. Clarke Quay is filled with different restaurants with different cuisines, pubs and clubs alongside the Singapore River, so the atmosphere here is usually crowded with loud music to light jazz. I can simply describe this place as every tourist to there says, "Clarke Quay comes alive at sunset". This is the excellent place for the people who loves the Nightlife.


Singapore: Singapore Zoo | Singapore Flyer | Clarke Quay

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