5 Must-visit Destinations in Singapore

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The world changed as we lived through a nightmare – the pandemic. In a chilling turn of events, seemingly from a not-so-friendly childhood novel, we had to remain confined from the rest of the world for our security and that of our beloved. As the pandemic receded in most places worldwide, we knew we had to live with the disastrous effects and changes it caused.

Confined to our living spaces, our world suddenly became so small. Not so surprising when the glaring reality that is social media and the internet reminded us that there remains a big wide world filled with thrilling experiences out there. As we sat experiencing it through our LED television sets, computers, and phones, a deep desire for adventure arose, and we finally committed to fulfilling that travel plan we made sometime in the past.

Thank our lucky stars for the work from home perk the pandemic created.

Well then, where shall we go? My suggestion, Let’s travel to Singapore.

Singapore is an island state in Asia, with top-of-the-class tourist attractions and world-class hospitality services. It is a land filled with futuristic marvels in its astounding architectural development, luxe hotels with unimaginably spectacular views, and high-end malls. It boasts of rich historical background and friendly, ethnically diverse people. The country’s attractions draw huge masses from around the world every year, evidenced by news reports that Singapore Changi International airport is among the busiest in Asia. Breaking the fear of the language barrier holding back your pleasure, English is commonly used across the island state.

Singapore also has a robust public Mass Rapid Transit system to cater to your transportation needs on the island. However, if you love the allure of a privatized, comfortable, luxurious, effective, and reliable private transportation, you should opt for an executive ground transportation service such as Prime Aces Limousine to make your trip. They understand the local landscape better and are better placed to cover your commute to the finest places the island offers.

Speaking of the finest; here are the 5 must-visit destinations in Singapore

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands |Dirk Heseman

Get ready to have your mind blown away. How would you imagine it feels swimming on an infinity pool on the 57th floor of a building? Exhilarating right? Well, Marina Bay Sands offers you the opportunity.

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Courtesy of Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay sands is a high-end hotel and an architectural wonder in Singapore. The hotel, featuring three cascading towers and an adjoining luxury bridge-like accommodation at the very top, stands out from among other facilities in the state’s metropolitan area. Modern designs and fittings, creatively installed to develop utmost comfort and luxury, underline the hotel. Swimming on the infinity pool, you get an unhindered panoramic view of the city. The same goes for the observatory on the same floor, serviced by top-class cafes to keep you satisfied. Moreover, the hotel hosts an ArtScience museum with some of Asia’s best work on display. Make this a must-visit destination.

Gardens by the Bay

A modern and vibrant reflection of Singapore’s commitment to environmental consciousness. How would you imagine an environmentally conscious yet mesmerizingly beautiful modern infrastructure would look like? Gardens by the Bay is your answer.

Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay at night

You experience the green of the jungle in a modern setting. Visit Supertree Grove at the Gardens by the Bay for the lush vegetation-filled buildings and observe the world’s largest indoor waterfall at Cloud Forest Dome. Get the best perspective of a sustainable future here.

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay
A portion of Clarke Quay | Francois La Nguyen

Your release at the end of a tiring day. Clarke Quay is an area in Singapore featuring an assortment of exceptional hotels, restaurants, discotheques, and cocktail bars to offer you that release moment at the end of the day. Set at walking distance from other key attractions like the Merlion, historic buildings, and bridges, visiting Clarke Quay offers you the opportunity to experience different attractions at once. Enjoy a waterfront wine and dine with Singapore’s top cuisines as you take in the attractions here.

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore
Courtesy of Universal Studios Singapore

What better way to reconnect with your childhood than with a trip to the studios that made your favorite childhood movies? Universal Studios Singapore offers a theme park for some of its greatest movies, such as Penguins in Madagascar, Shrek, and Despicable Me, as well as major cities worldwide. Make a visit to the studios a highlight of your family trip as you enjoy a ton of activities at the studio. For instance, the live shows, riding themed coasters, and dining at the studios dining areas.

Chinatown

Chinatown
Chinatown

This is a heritage town in Singapore, known to provide relics for an affordable price. Explore your collector spirit by walking down a part of Singapore’s history and sharing in its founding story. Chinatown provides an array of hotels to enjoy Chinese Cuisine, shopping areas, and iconic heritage centers you should put on your must-visit list. For instance, the Sri Mariamman and Buddha Tooth relic temples. Enjoy a newer perspective.

To ease your movement and augment your travel experience, solicit the aid of a premium transportation provider with great experience and knowledge of Singapore to facilitate your commute. That way, you tap into a ready source of knowledge, comfort, and convenience and redefine your travel experience.

Author Bio:

Lawrence Lim is the founder of Prime Ace Limousine, an executive ground transportation service in Singapore. He is passionate about client satisfaction and strives to offer value always.

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