Top Attractions in Singapore

Gardens by the Bay pic
Gardens by the Bay

As the chief operating officer of Indfrag Limited in Bangalore, Fabian Samuel manages operations for the bulk dietary ingredient manufacturer and exporter. In this position since 2004, he has won numerous awards for his quality work. In his free time, Fabian Samuel enjoys traveling and has visited such places as Belgium, Japan, and Singapore.

Filled with impressive sites and interesting attractions, Singapore is a bustling city that welcomes a wide variety of visitors. The city’s most popular attractions include Clarke Quay, Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay, and Raffles Hotel.

Clarke Quay: A riverside development, Clarke Quay houses boutique shops, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs that attract a regular stream of tourists and local party-goers. The development has a futuristic appearance that highlights the great views of the city’s main river.

Singapore Flyer: The largest observation wheel in the world, the Singapore Flyer takes visitors on 30-minute flights. From the wheel, visitors can see from the Singapore skyline to Indonesia’s Spice Islands and Malaysia’s Straits of Johor.

Gardens by the Bay: Great for getting away from the city crowds, the Gardens by the Bay consist of Supertree Grove, Cloud Forest Dome, and Bay East Garden. They feature a wide range of plant life along with an indoor waterfall and futuristic structures.

Raffles Hotel: One of the city’s most important landmarks, the Raffles Hotel has housed such prominent names as Michael Jackson and Queen Elizabeth II. It is home to more than 18 restaurants and bars, 40 stores, and 103 suites and has a history that dates back to 1887.


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