Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Guest Post :: 5 Ways To Enjoy Singapore To The Fullest

With each passing decade traveling and cultural experiences seem to be moving closer to the top of everyone’s list, especially with the 20’s - 40’s age group. I love how over the years traveling has been made easier with the development of technology. Today Peter Minkoff has put together a fabulous guest post 5 easy ways to enjoy Singapore. The European countries have always held my interest because of the history and the art, but as much as I hate to admit the Asian countries have never spiked my interests too much… I think it’s because I was just never able to get into Asian history when I was in school, but this guest post even has dreaming of a trip to Asia!
If you’re preparing for your Singapore trip, you’re in for a world of surprises! This city-state is probably the most urban and developed country in whole Asia and it’s full of amazing tourist attractions, great food and beautiful sights you’ll remember forever. But, if you only have a few days to stay on the island, here are the five best ways to enjoy Singapore and have the time of your life! 

Grab A Singapore Tourist Pass 

If you’re a chaotic traveler who likes to see everything there is to see at a destination, make sure to grab a Singapore Tourist Pass. This ‘ticket’ will give you an unlimited number of rides for all kinds of public transportation in the city. One pass will give you 3 days of unlimited use, so see how many you need and get ready to see Singapore in all its glory! Your Singapore Tourist Pass will allow you to skip queues of ticket buyers and you’ll get to travel in cool and clean double-decker buses. 

Find Good Accommodation 

Singapore can be quite an expensive city, especially when it comes to accommodation. However, there’s also no better place and time to treat yourself with something lux and exclusive than during your stay in Singapore! When choosing your Singapore hotel rooms, your safest bet is to choose a known chain of hotels and you’re guaranteed luxury, comfort and cleanliness. With great accommodation comes great comfort and your entire Singapore adventure will be much more pleasant. Make sure to choose a good location for your stay. The central business district is always a great choice perfect for experienced travelers and eco-conscious people.  

Enjoy The Local Food 

Don’t be one of those tourists who immediately hit Starbucks or McDonalds when they want something to eat. These chains are not only unnecessarily pricey but also super bland and unhealthy when compared to local cuisine. No matter if you’re a picky eater or a well-known foodie, you’ll love what Singapore has to offer food-wise. Visit hawker food stalls and various food courts and you’ll be blown away by the variety of choices and different tastes and smells. If you’re a meat eater, don’t miss a chance to try some chicken rice and grilled meat. Singaporean soups will also blow your mind and offer a great way to relax and rejuvenate after a day of sightseeing!  

Hit The Light And Water Shows 

There are so many things to do and see in Singapore and guess what? Almost all of the best attractions are free! So, make sure to check out the free Spectra Light and Water Show and prepare to stay in awe. The Marina Bay light show is an elaborate choreography of light and water with singing fountains and projection shows that create images on water. It’s a perfect evening activity if you want to do something entertaining yet relaxing. This spectacle happens every day, so you’ll surely not miss it! 

Get To Know Singapore’s Green Side 

No matter how long you’re staying, you simply must see Singapore’s green side and take a walk through its parks and botanical gardens. The best place to start is definitely Gardens by the Bay and walk amongst Marina Bay SuperTrees. They will blow you away with their size and their rhythmic light show. This attraction is a must-see because it’s the best indicator of what Singapore stands for—technology, progress and eco-friendliness! If you love the concept, you can also check out The Cloud Forest, Singapore Botanical Gardens and the National Orchid Garden. 
One visit will probably not be enough to see all the riches of Singapore. Luckily, you’ll have such a great time on your first visit, that you’ll await your next Singapore trip with great anticipation! 

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