When you plan your trip to Singapore, you should plan in such a way that covers all the major spots. If you miss any one of the major spots, your trip will become incomplete. Explore Singapore to find out how it is much more than just a happening shopping destination.
Global Labels Meet Local Artisans:
Fashionistas and bargain hunters will find that Singapore is a treasure trove of Shopping options. Your first stop for a spot of shopping should be Orchard road, Singapore’s premiere shopping belt. Whether you’re hunting for bargain buys at Far East Plaza or shopping for the latest threads from international brands like Giorgio Armani and Marc Jacobs, there is bound to be an emporium to suit your tastes.
In order to bargain based on your budget, recommended to visit the Bugis and Chinatown of Singapore where you will plenty of street-side shops to buy clothes, handbags, wallets, and other make-up things. If you are a shopaholic, then head on to these spots for sure.
A City of Green Sanctuaries:
Tourists inspired the city and often described as a “City in a Garden”. Singapore’s urban landscape is dotted with verdant parks, sanctuaries and lush green spaces. You can explore Singapore’s history in Fort Canning Park or see the futuristic beauty of man-made tallest Singapore Grove trees or spend the afternoon by walking through the Singapore Botanical Garden. If you are nature’s lover, then try to spend one whole day in Pulau Ubin, an island that is home to rich ecosystems, wildlife and diverse landscapes. In order to know more about Pulau Ubin, visit its homepage.
Passion all-year Around:
Singapore’s status as a global metropolis means that visitors get to enjoy a thrilling annual line-up of art festivals, music extravaganzas and sporting events. No matter at what time you are visiting, you’re bound to find a festivity to fuel your passion.
If you are sport fans then you will experience an adrenaline rushes by looking forward to the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens, the International Champions Cup Singapore and the legendary Grand Prix Season Singapore respectively. If you are dance lovers, be sure to time your trip to coincide with much-beloved dance parties like Ultra Singapore and ZoukOut.
Lovers of culture, heritage and art plan your trip to coincide with Singapore’s cultural festivities like Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Chinese New Year. Thus, you will experience a most thrilling as well as enjoyable holiday in Singapore.