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The tourism industry is flourishing day by day in Singapore. 16 million people visit Singapore every year with their family and friends to have the best of the time with their family. They visit various places such as Singapore Flyer, Sentosa Island, Little India, Marina Bay Sands and many more places. Various activities such as water sports, paragliding, trekking, mountain bike climbing etc. are the major reasons for adventure freaks to visit the island. Singapore food is a must try. One can find everything from street food, pastries to a fulfilling lunch in Singapore. Singapore is especially famous for its culture. Tanjong Pagar in Singapore is one of the best places to experience the culture of Singapore. Here is a list of things to do in Tanjong Pagar that must top your to do list.
Best Time To Visit Singapore
Singapore has a beautiful weather all throughout the year. So you can visit Singapore as per your budget. If you do not want to burn a hole in your pocket, then April is the best month to visit Singapore as being the hottest month very few people visit Singapore during this month. Events of Singapore are a must attend. And one cannot afford to miss these. Some of them include The Singapore Festival of Fun in March which is especially for kids.
If you are a fashionista and trying new fashion trends is your hobby, then Singapore Fashion Festival in the month of October should top your list. If you are a racer, then The Grand Prix in September is for you. You can even participate in this event.
Visit the island as per your interest.
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3 Things To Do In Tanjong Pagar
Singapore has a number of interesting things in hold for its visitors. Here we have listed some exciting things to do in Tanjong Pagar in Singapore which will add a lot more fun to your trip.
1. Visit The S.e.a. Aquarium
This is where you can peek into the calmness of the ocean. Who thought Asias largest aquarium could prove to be a great romantic spot for couples. Holding hands and watching in silence, the marvellous marine world deep inside and the light rays beaming into the cool dark-blue waters is an experience worth enjoying.
S.E.A. Aquarium is a popular tourist spot in Singapore so try to plan your visit on a weekday instead of a weekend, so that you dont find much crowd.
Average entry price for two: $56
Timings: 10am – 7pm
2. Walk Up To The Pinnacle Sky Garden
It is basically a 50 storey building and is very beautiful. To keep the place in good condition always, only 200 visitors are allowed in a day. It is a skybridge. You can get a fantastic and memorable view of Singapore from this place. The garden is a must visit for kids as one can find kids running here and there and enjoying themselves.
3. Eating At Maxwell Road Hawker Centre
Singapore is famous for its delicious food, and Maxwell Road Hawker Centre is a must visit. You can get the authentic and traditional food at reasonable prices. Chicken Rice is one of the most famous food items and is a must try. There is also a temple around the place which is also very famous in Chinatown and both these places complement each other.
How To Reach Singapore
One can easily reach Singapore via air travel. It takes only 4 hours to reach the beautiful island from India. The options of road and water travel are also available. Cruises and Ferries move between India and Singapore but no direct link is established yet between the two countries. Road trip to Singapore would cost you around 4 days. So you can choose as per your convenience.
If exploring and travelling are your hobbies, then you must visit Singapore and also these interesting things to do in Tanjong Pagar should be on your list. Plan a trip to the wonderful island with your family and learn about the diverse culture of the place.
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