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My Must See's In Singapore

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It is just unbelievable how time goes by super faster!!! It has been awhile though… I yet seem to be craving for something more! Whew 😅
And yay I finally took some time to pen down on some tourist posts that could be helpful and informative for you if you’re planning to give it a visit anytime soon!

Since I wanted to cover up as many tourist spots as I could while being there, I went straight to the Merlion Park’ for sight seeing by the afternoon. And I made my cards ready and handed for MRT, SMRT, LRT for a quick and easy goings at the same time. Let me tell you that, it’s the best picture taking spot and the spot remains crowed throughout all the time!!!  One hardly gets a luck to stand and take a picture alone with the view. The night view is the die for. It’s so mesmerising, the colourful lightings, city life and the colourful short tour in boats are just die for and unbelievably beautiful. I felt the moment like ‘can someone please pinch me?’ So breathe taking!!! We remained to be sitting up there until we realised it got 9PM of night already!

For the next day morning, I didn’t rush the things up much, I first had the breakfast done and enjoyed the morning in the city. ☀️
The following day I went to visit ‘Gardens by the Bay’ which was quite interesting and good to be lost in the green. Although the sun was harsh throughout the entire day and left me tanned!! 🤷‍♀️

Tip : For a day out to Gardens by the Bay bag some good sunscreens, hats and sunglasses.

The views at some points were so beautiful, had so much fun up there, this is the place where you can have both of the views of Singapore Flyer and Super Tree Grove on your back and forth to get some great shots.

Tip : If you have short trip plan skip the walk through Gardens by the Bay but the best of Gardens by the Bay are Flower Dome, Clouds Forest and the Sky Walk - Which are the must-sees and shouldn’t be skipped. I think 1 day for 3 of them is enough!

I kept another day for ‘Gardens by the Bay’ again and this time for Flower Dome, Clouds Forest and the Sky Walk which are a die-for for all time and I really mean it!!!! So so beautiful!!
The moment we entered inside Flower Dome, I felt chilled and got refreshed by the fragrances of beautiful flowers. The view was so picturesque and innovative I must say! It’s the largest glass greenhouse in the world as listed in the 2015 Guinness World Records! And the theme is changeable with the season and I guess that’s what makes this place amazingly beautiful and stunning!!!

Open daily:

    9.00am - 9.00pm
    Last ticket sale: 8.00pm
    Last admission: 8.30pm

    Indoor temperature Range: 23°C - 25°C

The following day I made it to ‘Cloud Forest’ by the afternoon. Don’t miss it. It’s a mysterious world veiled in mist. Get wet if you go close to the waterfall. Take the breath-taking mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems. It was so peaceful having a stroll through the forest and skyline.

Open daily:
    9.00am - 9.00pm
    Last ticket sale: 8.00pm
    Last admission: 8.30pm

    Indoor temperature range: 23°C to 25°C

The next day I had a plan for Universal Studio Singapore in ‘Sentosa Island. It’s so huge and trust me one can’t enjoy everything up there in 1 day visit. It has to be 2 days visits to enjoy everything up there. I seemed to be popping my eyes out!! Hehe..! Everything was so decorative, clean and disciplined. I couldn’t understand where to start it off from. It has approximately 24 featured rides, shows and attractions in 7 themed zones. The live stunt show (which was no less than a short movie ), Far-Far-Away Castle (my favourite part), couple of other entertaining 4D shows which actually made me gasp couple of times and made me close my eyes until it got ended!! It’s absolutely stunning beautiful and fun day.

I saved a day for Singapore flyer next. It’s amazing. I fell in love with the height and breathtaking panoramic views of cosmopolitan cityscape, Marina Bay and beyond.

The last one but not the least to mention, we visited the beaches before we left the country and man, again it had us amazed by it’s beauty. The beaches were so quite, calm, clean and relaxing, what else do you need in a beach?!! There were few but to name them I remember two by far ‘Palawan Beach’ was my favourite. The suspension bridge has to be the steal of the beach and another one to name is ‘Siloso Beach’.
Both of the beaches are connected and has to be a must visited one, especially if you’re a beach lover, it’s a big yesss!

There are many more places and wide choices to highlight or give it a try to, which I have visited for my interest but I have highlighted few of them here which are must-sees for anyone out there going to visit Singapore and are popular places. If you have any questions or need to know anything more for the place, drop a comment below in the comment section.
I hope you guys find it informative and helpful!!! Thanks so much for reading in!!! 😊 Hope you guys are having a super beautiful weekend, enjoy!

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outfits
Red Bodycon Dress - Miaminx,
Yellow dress - People,
Red Choker Blouse - Cover Story,
Red sling bag - Baggit,
Crochet Navy Shrug- Dorothy Perkins,
Red & Yellow Bag- Lavie,
Royal blue trouser - Miss Chase,
Sneakers - BataIndia

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