Backpacking in Singapore

A one-day visit in Singapore is absolutely not enough for one to see all the wonders the island nation has to offer. Truly, there are countless reasons why tourists keep coming back to the Lion City.

Singapore Night Safari

One of the places to go to is this one-of-kind zoo. It is out of the ordinary simply because it is the first nocturnal zoo in the whole world. Situated at Mandai Lake Road, Night Safari is a tourist attraction for all ages. Be sure to see the twenty-minute Creatures of the Night Show, an animal extravaganza that features nocturnal animals and their skills and behaviours.

China Town

This is one of the most visited places in Singapore. Here you can satisfy your cravings of Chinese and Singaporean food as hawker stalls and bars are abundant in the place. Make sure to bring a handy camera with you as you might want to take snapshots of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and the Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore’s oldest Hindu Temple.

Little India

Your stay in Singapore will never be complete without visiting the one of the city’s most colourful commercial centres—Little India. It is where you can find shophouses or those gaily painted buildings that are usually consisted of two or three floors, with the ground floor being a shop and the upper floors being a place of residence. These shophouses are icons of Singapore.

Clarke Quay

One of the most popular tourist destinations in the city is Clarke Quay. If you want to see and experience for yourself a pulsating nightlife scene before you fly back to where you come from, this place will surely give you what you are looking for as there are plenty of nightclubs and bars that sprawl over the quay.

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