Singapore is one of the cities with more attractions in the world, has incredible skyscrapers, magnificent parks, safaris with exotic animals, and ancient temples. Below we will show you the best places to visit in this beautiful country of Southeast Asia.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Although the origin of this temple goes back to the times of the Tang dynasty, structurally speaking, it is said that the relic of Buddha was found in a stupa (Buddhist architecture built to contain relics) collapsed in Myanmar in 1980, and hence the name of the temple. You can find this historic temple in the center of Chinatown.
The giant wheel of fortune is 165 meters high and offers a view that is simply amazing. This attraction opened its doors to the public in 2008, at that time being the largest fortune in the world. Each of the wheel cars has the capacity to hold 28 people, being perfect for group visits. You are only exempt from going in case of fear of heights.
Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay Sands was inaugurated in 2010 and set the record for having been the most expensive building in the world, the value of its construction was 5.7 million dollars. The luxurious complex has several commercial stores, ice skating rink, exquisite quality restaurants, an art and science museum and one of the largest convention centers in Asia.
The Singapore Botanic Garden
Nature lovers will adore the beautiful environment of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The establishment is open every day from 5 am to midnight, being the only park in the world that provides a full day visual experience. Admission to the park is free, but you must pay a fee to enter the garden of the Orchids, the latter being the most visited, exhibiting more than 60,000 species of plants and animals.