There’s no other place like Singapore. Located just off the southern tip of Malaysia, this vibrant city-state boasts a beautiful blend of Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, Arab and English cultures – all with its own Singaporean twist. The “Lion City,” as…
Theme Park Holidays to Singapore
Singapore is a jewel of a city in Southeast Asia, one of the largest part multicultural countries in the world, an island where ancient and different cultures meet and have multiplied into an entirely Singaporean culture. Book your next Luxury Tour Packages Singapore or Singapore Cruise Packages with the destination experts. While Singapore tours have a wealth of attractions for any would-be visitor, below is a list of the country's top tourist attractions. With a unique blend of attractions and things to do Singapore is a great place for families to visit and enjoy together. Metanoia Travel plans meticulous Customised Tour Packages Singapore.
See Eight of the top Singapore attractions for children and their families.
Singapore Night Safari – For everyone who loves wildlife, adventures, and sightseeing, Singapore Night Safari tour is a necessity. Situated in Southeast Asia, the world’s first nocturnal safari is home to more than 1,000 exotic animals in their reconstructed natural environments. Singapore Zoo – The Singapore Zoo is an experience you'll never forget. You'll have the opportunity to see several species of birds, reptiles, fish, and mammals in this "open" zoo. There are over 315 animal species here! A walk through The Fragile Forest will make you feel as though you're actually in the rainforest. Enjoy breakfast with an orangutan, a reticulated python or the Oriental small-clawed otter. You'll also see several threatened species of animals with their babies that were born and raised in the Singapore Zoo.
Underwater World Singapore – This is an aquarium and so much more! You'll walk through an incredible 83m-long tunnel where you'll have sharks, fish, and rays swimming around and above you. Touch and feed rays first hand at the Ray of Fun pool. Feed fish at The Mystical Anti Gravity Interactive Concept Tank, through a hole in the middle of a water-filled tank. You'll scratch your head and ask, 'Why doesn't the water flow out?' At the Dolphin Lagoon, the whole family will enjoy meeting very special Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins that are actually pink!
Jurong Bird Park - With a largest collection of South East Asia Birds, the Jurong Bird Park is the largest in the Asia Pacific and one of the finest bird parks in the world. With the tallest man-made waterfall and a largest walk-in aviary, the park offers a unique experience as you enjoy a close-up view of free-flying birds from Africa and South America. Two bird shows give you the chance to see macaws and hawks in action. See the entire park by panorail or on foot to experience the park at its best.
Singapore Ducktours – Enjoy this wonderful time of traveling both on land and over the water, all without having to leave the Duck! The Duck was used in the Vietnam War and is now used to show visitors some of Singapore's historic landmarks such as the Merlion Park, Clifford Pier, and the Esplanade.
Orchard Road - Located at the Southern part of Singapore - Orchard is Singapore's premier shopping district. Here, you may find luxury hotels with exotic malls, selling the latest international brands. Do not miss the annual mid year "Great Singapore Sale".
Singapore Science Centre - With over 850 interactive display depicting the beauty of science, the Singapore Science Centre is a fun and education hub for all budding young scientists and aspiring ones. You may also find a five-storey high, 23 metre diameter hemispheric giant screen Omni-Theatre, providing you an immersive, premium cinematic experience.
Marina City Park – In South Singapore, Marina City Park is right on the water and perfect for a relaxing family day. The two-tiered pond with a fountain that shoots water 18 meters into the air and the children's playground make this park a favorite with children. From Marina City Park, you'll have a spectacular view of both Singapore's skyline and the sea.
Children of all ages, (and their parents), will love visiting Singapore and creating memories that will last a lifetime. There is so much to see and do that you might have to return again another time!