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      Singapore

      The wetlands of Sungei Buloh are nothing less of a dream come true for nature lovers visiting Singapore. It’s a magnificent ecological site spanning an area of 87 hectares Read more

      Teck Whye is a region located in the north western part of Singapore. If you are looking for places to visit near Teck Whye, you will find a number of amazing attractions. Read more

      Telok Ayer is among those bustling neighborhoods in Singapore that you’re to fall in love with at first glance. There is an enormous range of bars, cafes, and restaurants near Telok Ayer market Read more

      Tengeh is a water dam in the western region of Singapore which is known for having the world’s largest floating photovoltaic cell test-bed. If you are looking for places to visit near Tengeh, then you have come to the right place. Read more

      Universal Studios Singapore first opened in 2010, offering 7 themed parks along with many exciting rides and shows. All the rides and shows were related to the most popular and hit movies of the film studio. Read more

      Music that will make your heartbeats rise, artists that will raise the level high and a crowd which is not ready to stop, Ultra Singapore 2019 is an extravagant event which is all this and a lot more. Being a music freak and an enthusiastic traveler is the perfect combination and if you belong to this category then Ultra music festival Singapore 2019 awaits your presence. Read more

      As the island of Singapore became the Republic of Singapore, it started to flourish magnificently. The Asian country used to be in a quite helpless condition but over the years it is officially declared to be the most Read more

      After independence, Singapore experienced gradual but major developments. Many residential towns or planning areas developed as well, including Punggol, Novena, Clementi, Yishun, Pasir Ris, Read more

      Shopping in Singapore is one of the best experiences to have in the country, and there is no denying that. Being one of the world’s best destinations for buying almost everything at great prices, the country is a true paradise for every Shopaholic. And you’re absolutely in luck if you’re one! Read more

      Located at the southernmost point of Malay peninsula, Singapore is an island city-state with one main island and 62 islets. Due to a major land reclamation after independence, the country observed an expansion Read more

      One of the most-visited travel destinations in the world, Singapore is an Asian country attracting people from all over the world with its islands, temples, churches, restaurants, and amazing landmarks. Read more

      Comprising a main island and 62 islets, the island city-state of Singapore is admired for its beaches, buildings, food, and whatnot! Read more

      After its independence in the year 1965, the island city-state of Singapore observed various developments economically as well as area-wise. The country has various districts and towns that have been developed over the years. Read more

      Dive into the most famous wax attraction exhibits in the world. Imagine the best of VR experience of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And while you can always pose with Taylor Swift and Ronaldo, what you can also do is enjoy 4D movies of famous Marvel characters like CapAm and Ironman. Read more

      Get ready to let your imagination run wild! The Trick Eye Museum in Singapore is a new gen version of the Korean Optical Art Museum which is famous around the world. It showcases the wonders of Augmented Reality in its exhibits. Read more

      Opened in 1973, The Singapore Zoo (formerly Singapore Zoological Garden), is one of the highlights on a tour of Singapore. Thousands of visitors pour in every year to witness the animals species that have been housed here. Read more

      All the places to visit neat Sentosa share one common feature- Fun! This manmade island is easily accessible via a small bridge. So if you are just passing by, take a quick turn and head to this islands which is jam-packed with entertainment. Read more

      Fajar is an LRT in Singapore on the Bukit Panjang LRT line located in the western region of the island. If you wish to explore nearby, there are a number of places to visit near Fajar that you may check out. Read more