What to do in Singapore in 5 days

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Are you tired of the winter cold and do you want to leave? I have the right destination for you. Here are some suggestions on what to do in Singapore in 5 days.cosa fare a singapore

Today we leave the European cold and we travel to Asia and tell you what to do in Singapore in 5 days.

In the heart of Southeast Asia, Singapore is a city -Status formed by 63 islands surrounded by forests and nature reserves. A crossroads of trade routes between East and West and a melting pot of cultures, Singapore is one of the richest nations on the planet. Here are some suggestions on what to do in Singapore, the megalopolis projected into the future.

Singapore is one of the major hubs of innovation but tradition and modernity coexist harmoniously thanks to the nature that is the master. The first impact with the city is the futuristic airport with even a waterfall, a butterfly garden and an orchid plantation.

Let’s see together what to do in Singapore.

With nearly 4500 futuristic skyscrapers, the city stuns with its spectacular skyline located in Marina Bay, the historic core of Singapore, the bay at the mouth of the river of the same name.

Towering over all three skyscrapers of the Marina Bay Sands, joined together by the ship-shaped terrace, the SkyPark. Here is also the charming infinity pool that overlooks the vibrant city at 200 meters high. Also in the three futuristic buildings, which resemble three playing cards one resting on the other, there is a shopping center, the namesake hotel, restaurants, a theater, nightclubs, a museum, a casino, a sports center, a skating rink , a navigable artificial canal and the Louis Vuitton floating shop. Every evening you can watch a show of lights and sounds, the Wonder Full that is worth seeing.

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Do not miss a ride on the Ferris wheel, the second largest in the world, the Singapore Flyer, with the ability to eat and observe the view from the comfort of your own cabin. Another icon is the Merlion, a statue with the head of a lion and the body of fish.

Then continue walking along Helix Bridge, the pedestrian bridge shaped like a propeller that connects the seafront to the heart of Marina Bay Sands. Inaugurated in 2010, the night, all lit up, is even more impressive. Go to the Riverside district to admire the original core of the city with colonial buildings built by the British. The area is full of restaurants, museums and clubs especially towards the Quay and Clarke Quay quays.

Singapore is the most ordered, clean and green metropolis in the world. Over 20% of buildings are equipped with waste recycling systems and wind energy systems. In addition, the buildings are covered with plants that lower the tropical temperature thus avoiding waste.

Singapore is nicknamed ‘garden city’. When you think about what to do in Singapore, do not miss the Gardens by the Bay, a park with 160 thousand plants, 500 types of flowers scattered over 100 hectares. The biggest attraction is the 19 panoramic trees, the Super Trees, incredible vertical gardens. Almost 30 meters high, they are connected by an aerial walkway that can be crossed on foot and in the evening light up with music. The gardens also include the Flowe Dome, the largest open-plan greenhouse in the world.

Another enchanting place is the Royal Botanical Garden which houses the National Orchid Garden which, with 60000 copies, is the largest collection in the world of orchids. Singapore has a long and renowned gastronomic tradition. For one month a year there is the Singapore Food Festival, a celebration of local culinary culture, tradition and contemporary cuisine. End your tour on the island of Sentosa, the place of entertainment full of attractions such as Universal Studios and the Dolphin Lagoon. If you want to relax, lie down on one of its beautiful beaches and enjoy the crystal clear sea.

Ready to leave on a trip to Singapore?

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Chiara Piscitelli
Chiara Piscitelli

Travel Blogger Appassionata di viaggi e amante dell’arte. Sono una persona socievole, curiosa e allegra. Giornalista pubblicista e laureata in Lettere dal 2001, pratico da sempre sport e adoro il mare. Sono la cofondatrice di Italian Grand Tour, associazione culturale che organizza itinerari turistici alla scoperta delle meraviglie italiane. Mi piace esplorare posti nuovi, conoscere usi e costumi dei popoli e immergermi totalmente nell’atmosfera del Paese che visito. Per me “viaggiare significa aggiungere vita alla vita!

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