Singapore is still one of the main destinations for transiting from around the world because of its strategic location in Asia. If you happen to be in Singapore for a few days, why don’t you take some time exploring this beautiful lion city?
Favourite Destinations in Singapore
Come to Merlion Park, a place with strong history behind it and find the symbol of Singapore here! Explore the Chinatown in Singapore too where you can find all sorts of delicious Asian food and colourful environment. Kampong Glam is another place you can consider visiting where you will find houses and shops from the war time that are now made into a residence.
The symbol of Singapore is commonly known as Merlion, a lion with fish tail. This statue has become Singapore’s identity for years and it symbolises the modesty of this country that was transformed from a fishermen village (known as Temasek now; it means “sea city” in Sansekerta language) into a successful and cosmopolitan city.
Hunt for monuments in Singapore that have been standing strong since before Singapore’s Independence Day on 9 August 1965. The ancient designs will surely take your breath away as they are different from the modern buildings that you’d see in most places around Singapore.
See the full beauty of Singapore’s buildings in the commercial and business district in Singapore at Lau Pa Sat. Here, you will also find numerous local snacks that the Singaporeans love and rooftop bars.
In remembrance of both dark days and victorious days of World War II in Singapore, Changi Museum was built in 2001. It is a dynamic building that was once used as a prison for Singaporeans and was also a chapel built by prisoners once.
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