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Are you looking forward to going on on island trip with your loved ones? Singapore is an apt destination if you want a place that offers multiple varieties of experiences. The climatic conditions are also such that it suits people of all ages. Singapore nation is divided into numerous subzones and planning areas. And if you look closely, each place offers a variety of experiences to its guests. Here are some of the best things to do in Tanjong Rhu in June on your Singapore.
Singapore is officially known as the Republic of Singapore. And in Malay language, it is known as Republik Singapura. But apart from these there are many other names given to Singapore. Geographically, Singapore is collectively made of 63 islands. Out of these, Pulau Ujong Long is the mainland Singapore. Among the other 62 islets, Jurong Island, Pulau Ubin, Pulau Tekong, and Sentosa are the bigger islands. The country has put in a lot of efforts in developing itself at every sphere. This city-nation is has taken several measures to develop its infrastructure and its overall cityscape. The modern, advances and futuristic building in the country are the best examples of this development. Another step which was taken to improve its infrastructure efficiency was to merge some smaller islands into bigger islands. Islands and beaches are one of the most exciting landscapes in Singapore and most of the tourists come down to the country with the picture of same in their minds. But there is more to Singapore’s scenic beauty. There are lush mountains and hills, waterfalls, rivers and lakes, enjoying the serenity of which, one cannot miss. The two most popular mountain structures of Singapore are the Mount Faber and Bukit Timah Hill. The latter is also the highest point in SIngapore with an elevation of 537 feet above the sea level.
Its mixed cultural society will intrigue you to stay a little longer and explore deeper. The country has a rich culture which has been influenced by various different cultures in the world mainly – Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European. If you want to enjoy this cultural amalgamation, you must try the food cuisines available here. The food is so amazing that you would be spoilt for choice. In fact, there are special food streets dedicated to ethnic cuisines, with restaurants and cafes serving various authentic foods. This includes the very popular Chinatown, Little India and Haji Lane. You can also visit during the popular festivals of Singapore to witness the best of various cultures that have impacted the history and thus the daily life of the people of this country. Singapore celebrates and observes various religious festivals. Buddhism is a religion practised by a majority of people living in Singapore. Christianity, Taoism, Islam and Hinduism are some other religions in Singapore.
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4 Things To Do In Tanjong Rhu In June
June is a good time to visit Singapore. Here are some of the best things to do in Tanjong Rhu in June on your Singapore:
1. The Ugly Cake Shop
A bakery cafe that specialises in desserts made from totally natural flavours and superior quality ingredients and supports the cause of feeding undernourished kids, this place tops the list if you are looking for some quirky things to do in Geylang Bahru. The cafe offers low sugar desserts and avoids using fondants to decorate the goodies. Famous for the most beautiful and healthiest of sweet treats in town, some of the specialities are Nicholas, a bittersweet dark chocolate cake and Honeycombers, a strawberry flavoured moist cake among a host of other options. If you are really looking for something bizarre, then try their Fried Chicken Cornbread Cake.
Location: Kallang Bahru, Geylang, Singapore
Timings: 10:00 am to 19:00 pm; closed on Sundays
Average Cost: starts from INR 1500 for a box of 6 cupcakes
2. Marine Cove Children
Looking for an East coast park playground so that the kids can enjoy too? Then this is the ideal place to head to. Designed like a lighthouse, this children’s playground park has swings and a whole lot more toys and facilities so that they can play as much as they want. As the name says, kids will have a lot of fun here playing everything from hiding and seek more fun games. Fun is the name of the game here.
3. The Jurassic World
Oh no! The dinosaurs have taken over the Universal Studio. Lol! If you are a 90s kids, there is no denying what a big fan of Jurassic Park you must be. Watch T-rex and Velociraptor come alive in the Jurassic World and embark on exciting adventures in an all-new exciting augmented reality experience. Thats not it! You can even take cool rides based on Jurassic park theme like Dino-SoarIn and canopy flyer. You can even sign yourself up for a course to learn how to tame the wild Velociraptor who has been creating havoc.
4. Amazing Amazonia
Amazing Amazonia at River Safari Singapore is an experience for the wild hearts. Here, you have a chance to get closer to the marine species that are perceived as nasty and dangerous. All the water-villains including flesh eating fish called Piranhas, the shock releasing Electric Eels, and that stingy Stingrays reside in some specific zones of the Amazon Flooded Forest. And Amazing Amazonia doesnt just give you access into these restricted areas, but also brings you a rare chance to feed these animals.
Timings: 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Prices: Adult- 2500 /Child- 1500 (Age 3 -12)
Group Size: Max 6 people
Plan a trip to Singapore and have a fun-filled vacation. It is good to have an idea of tourist seasons in Singapore to organise your trip. November to January and June to July is the peak season and August to October is the off-season in Singapore.
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