Singapore is a small island nation and
despite this there are plenty of things to do in Singapore.
Singapore's tourism industry is a major part of Singapore's economy and
because of this several attractions have been established for the
Sentosa Island is major stop on any tourist
route it can be accessed by causeway connection it to the main island
and by a scenic cable car from Mount Faber. Attraction on Sentosa
include a monorail, Butterfly Park, Insect Kingdom, Underwater World,
Dolphin Lagoon and Volcanoland, while the former are self explanatory
Volcanoland feature a man made volcano exhibit. Sentosa also features a
beach, 2 golf courses and a 5 star hotel. Sentosa is due to be expanded
to include more hotels including a casino as well as a MRT station
connecting it to the main island.
If shopping is
your thing Singapore's Orchid Rd is world famous for fashion and
accessories while Sim Lim Tower and Sim Lim Square near Little India
feature nothing else but electronics and computer stores in their multi
level shopping centers. China Town is situated just off Singapore's CBD
and with Singapore's huge Chinese population this part of town is a must
visit, especially around lunch time, where a cheap eat can be had at one
of Singapore's famous hawker centers.
If you think you have done all you can in Singapore
you can get an extra stamp in your passport if you hop on a bus for a
day trip across the border to Malaysia. There are many bus companies
that offer guided day tours to Johor Bahru or Melaka.