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Singapore attractions for tourists are interactive, entertaining, and educational. Colonial Singapore represents the heritage of Sir Stanford Raffles as a well-organized city in Singapore. One can visit some of the attractions in Singapore in its numerous shopping centers, nightspots, restaurants, and bars and Orchard Road. Chinatown and Little India are testimony to Singapore's rich ethnic, cultural and historical heritage. You can visit Sentosa Island and view beautiful sandy beaches, and rustic nature traits. Enjoy Jurong Bird Park, Chinese Garden and the hands-on Singapore Discovery Center in Jurong Town. If you are a nature lover don't miss the fun at Night Safari, Bukit Timah Nature Reserves and Dolphin Lagoon.

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Here is a list of Singapore attractions to enjoy the countless fascinating experiences, and take away memories that are unique to Singapore.

Colonial Singapore

Colonial Singapore

Colonial House in Singapore represents the heritage of Sir Stanford Raffles as a well-organized city in Singapore. Interesting colonial places in Colonial Singapore are Empress Place, the Padang, the Esplanade, Bugis Street, City Center, Fort Canning, and Marina Center. Empress Place is a spectacular Victorian edifice built in 1854.
Night Safari in Singapore

Night Safari

The Night Safari covers 40 hectares and is divided into East and West Loops. There are about 1,000 animals from 100 species living in this wide safari surrounded by Upper Seletar Reservoir. Animals here are ninety percent awake at night. During the day, almost all of wildlife would sleep or appear extremely sleepy. As a result, you can go watching them at night and see what do they do for routine activities.
Sentosa Island Singapore

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is considered Singapore attractions which are mostly visited, especially on weekends. The place is marked by grand resort for full-recreation activities consisted of swimming lagoons, wax museums, butterfly parks, two beaches, several golf courses, musical fountains, and an underwater world. With these amusements, Sentosa Island can be rated as Singapore's most enticing spot. And if a day isn't enough to take in all the sites and activities, the island has a camping ground, hostel and luxury hotels.
Singapore Zoo Singapore

Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo's settings have been rated most beautiful in the world. It is sited on a promontory beset by still waters of the Seletar Reservoir, with the dense secondary forest beyond creating a breathtaking backdrop. The jaded, lush garden of the Singapore Zoo, together with the lovely landscaping, spectacular views of the Seletar Reservior make the Singapore Zoo the most tempting place that worth a visit. It was opened since 1973 in the 28-hectare area in which more than 250 species of animals live.
Little India Singapore

Little India

This modest but colorful area of Little India is a relief from the prim modernity of many parts of the city. Centered around the southern end of Serangoon Road, this is the place to come to pick up that framed print of a Hindu god you have always wanted, eat great vegetarian food and watch street side cooks fry chapattis.

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