10 Hidden Gems of Singapore

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Singapore, the diverse island city, is full of hidden gems.

There are many things to explore, whether in nature or the concrete jungle.

Singapore attracts nearly 20 million tourists each year. Check out these 10 hidden gems to make your next vacation to Singapore a bit more fantastic.

Orchard Road

Singapore Orchard Road

Stroll down Singapore's fashion street, Orchard Road. Here, you will find luxurious boutiques, shopping malls, fabulous restaurants, and hotels. Orchard Road is a terrific place to enjoy a delicious lunch. A little shopping can be done there too.

Ride a Bumboat Downtown

Perhaps the best view of downtown Singapore is the bumboat. You can go for a quick spin or take it easy with the 40-minute tour.

Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade

This walkway is nearly 2.2 miles long by the bay. As you stroll, you will discover fascinating sights, including views of glamorous skyscrapers, unique structures, art, and of course, the bay. Take advantage of the mist sprays, fans and breeze shelters along the waterfront, if it's too hot while visiting Singapore.

Sands Skypark

If you head to the observation area atop the ship-shaped deck at Sands Skypark, you will enjoy the most magnificent view of downtown Singapore.

Singapore Orchid Garden

Gardens by the Bay

This garden is undoubtedly one to behold. This outdoor nursery was designed during an international design competition and is about 250 acres.

Chinatown

Chinatown is a blend of new and old, with restaurants, markets, and boutiques. As well as the beautiful temples, visit some old historic buildings and monuments.

National Orchid Garden

When you visit to the National Orchid Garden, bring your camera. Sprawling over 7-acres, you'll discover over 1,000 species of orchids and 2,000 hybrids in this breathtaking oasis.

Clarke Quay

If you enjoy the nightlife, go to the historical district of Clarke Quay while in Singapore. The streets of Clarke Quay are chocked with the hottest nightclubs and old warehouses turned into bars and restaurants.

Singapore Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

This bird park houses more than 400 species of birds on nearly 50 acres. The park keeps the birds' habitat as natural as possible.

Sentosa

This mysterious little island is nicknamed "Asia's Favorite Playground" because of its many attractions and city center. There's plenty of history to enjoy on this island, which was once a military base. In Sentosa, you can sunbathe on the beach, get lost in the forest, or gamble at a casino. These hidden gems aren't the only exciting places to find adventure in Singapore.

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