Best things to do in Singapore
You trip to Singapore cannot be deemed complete if you haven’t visited even one of these places that I have listed below! So pack your bags and embark on an unforgettable journey.
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Do some bird watching at the Sungei Buloh Nature Park
The Sungei Buloh Nature Park is basically a stopover for the birds migrating from the North to the South. Vastly spread over 87 hectares of land, the park is just at a driving distance of 60 minutes from the centre of the town. Fare to enter the park is SG$ 1.00. If you plan to visit the park during no rush then 7:30AM in the morning is the perfect time for you. If waking up that early is not your cup of tea, the park is open till 7PM in the evening on weekdays as well as weekends. The park will take you in a flashback when Singapore was full of Mangrove swamps.
For the visitors here there’s a separate centre altogether. This centre essentially has boardwalks and strategic hideout places for bird watching. Night herons and water hens are some of the birds that are in abundance here. Also if you are one of those interested in aquaculture, the park also hosts fish farming sessions.
Visit MacRitchie Reservoir
The treetop stroll at MacRitchie Reservoir is a major venture and a pioneer of its sort in Singapore. Standing tall at twenty five meters & is approximately two hundred and fifty meters in length, the wooden walkway gives you the chance to see Singapore in an unexpected way: without one glass structure in sight – just a picturesque view of the plush green landscape in the backdrop.
For the love of spas
Spa Botanica is Singapore's first tropical lawn destination spa and domestic to Asia's only dust pools, float pools with cascading waterfall and labyrinths. With fifteen indoor and six outdoor remedy rooms, an in depth range of treatments are available. There's a specific ladies-only spa with its own floatation pool, mud pool and labyrinth for people who price their privacy and feature a need for private space.
Ride on G-Max Reverse Bungy
If you prefer the idea of bungy jumping but are the kind of person who’d wimp out as soon as you reach on the topmost level and checkout the edge then Singapore’s own reverse bungy could be your answer. Located at the favourite night life hub, G-Max Bungy jumping will strap you to the capsule while you are on a lawn sending you atop sixty meters to the skies just at the press of a small button.
The bungy jumping equipment is completely safe and has been brought in from New Zealand. It features a 100% accident free record and has catered to millions of riders. All riders have managed to get down to the ground with all of their organs intact.