Sentosa is a popular resort attraction in Singapore that can be visited by people of all age groups. The island is home to a 2 km long stretch of beach, Fort Siloso, golf courses, best dining facilities, Resorts World Sentosa and the Universal
Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel in Singapore that was opened in 2008. The flyer with an average height of 165 m offers a panoramic view of the entire city and is a must for every visitor in Singapore. People can also butler dining experience while enjoying a moving experience within the flyer. There are also various shops at the base of the flyer from where you can buy some great mementos and gifts for your loved ones.
Singapore Zoo locally known as 'Taman Haiwan Singapura' is spread across 28 hectares on the Upper Seletar Reservoir. The zoo was opened in the year 1973 on 27 June by the Wildlife Reserves Singapore. The zoo houses 315 animal species both rare and endangered. The zoo comprises 3 venues, Pavilion-By-the-Lake, Forest Lodge, and Garden Pavilion. Moreover, there are also other 3 cocktail venues, Tiger Trek, Treetops Trail, and Elephants of Asia. The Zoo also offers facility for weddings and birthday parties.
Universal Studios Singapore is snuggled within the Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island, Singapore. The studio comprises 7 zones, Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, Far-far Away, and Madagascar. One can here relish nouveau rides, shows, characters from movies & shows like Transformers, Shrek, Madagascar, Jurassic Park, and much more.
Little India represents the Tamil community residing in India. It is one of the best place to shop around and relish some of the best vegetarian delicacies, if you are finding it hard to survive in Singapore. Here one can find the famous Singaporean neighbourhood east of the Singapore River-across from Chinatown, located west of the river-and north of Kampong Glam.