What about your plan for Holidays in Singapore? It is an Independent City/State/Country in the South East Asia. It lies to the south of Malaysia. Singapore is a latest state of art modern city with skyscrapers & subways with a mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultural influences. It has tropical climate, famous for tasty food, shopping zone and with a active night life. It is founded by British in 1819 and since independence it has become one of the world's most prosperous countries and boasts the world's busiest port. So, if you are planning to travel to Singapore, don't waste any further time and plane your trip soon.
Where to go in Singapore?
The Merlion and the Central Business District skyline - It forms the central densely packed zone of Singapore city. It is where all the economics of Singapore took place. It is covered with Skyscrapers, Banks and it is the place where fortunes break or make. Also, for the tourist it is famous for world best night life.
Marina Bay - Marina Bay is Singapore's newest district, created on reclaimed land just south of Riverside. Technically, it's the body of water created by reclaiming land around the mouth of the Singapore River and blocked off from the sea by the Marina Barrage
Kampong Glam - Kampong Glam is the place where Singapore's Arab traders settled in the founding days of the colony, and was also the part of town allocated to the Malays when Raffles drew up his town plan.
Sentosa Island - It is also known as "The Island After Death" in Malay and is the centerpiece of Britain's unsuccessful "Fortress Singapore" strategy in World War II. Sentosa has been rebranded and resculpted into one big tourist attraction, popular among Singaporeans as a quick island getaway. The new jewel in the crown is Resorts World , an enormous complex comprising a Universal Studios themepark, Singapore's first casino, shopping malls and hotels.
Little India - Little India is, as the name promises, the center for the large Indian community in Singapore. While a rather sanitized version of the real thing, Little India retains its distinct identity without degenerating into a mere tourist attraction and is one of the most colourful and attractive places to visit in Singapore.
China Town - Singapore's Chinatown is the traditional Chinese quarters of town, and while the entire city is largely Chinese these days the area does retain some of its own charm. The area is also known as Niu Che Shui in Chinese and Kreta Ayer in Malay, both names meaning "bullock cart water", a reference to the carts that used to haul in drinking water.
Singapore Grand Prix - The inaugural Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix took place on 28 September 2008 on a street circuit through Marina Bay. It was also the first ever Formula One Grand Prix to be staged at night, with the track fully floodlit. Since its inception, The Float Marina Bay has hosted events such as the National Day Parade, New Year’s Eve Countdown, Singapore Fireworks Celebrations, as well as served as a spectator stand for the inaugural Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. The world’s largest floating stadium played host to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the inaugural Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010.Credits
Singapore Flyer (Eye) - The Singapore Flyer (Eye) is a giant Ferris wheel located in Singapore, constructed in 2005 to 2008. The Singapore Flyer is the world's largest observation wheel (165 meters high). Described by its operators as an observation wheel, it reaches 42 stories high, with a total height of 165 m (541 ft), making it the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, 5 m (16 ft) taller than the Star of Nanchang and 30 m (98 ft) taller than the London Eye.Credits
Singapore Helix Bridge -Credits