Check out 7 places to have fun in Singapore: Sentosa Island, Clarke Quay, the Raffles Hotel, Orchard Road, Club Street, Singapore Flyer and Geylang Red Light District.
From Singapore’s Marina Bay you can take the spectacular cable car, the train or just walk to Sentosa Island.
Attractions include Universal Studios, golf courses, beaches, museums, adventure parks, a dolphin lagoon and many more.
Restaurants and cool bars located on the historical riverside quay of the Singapore River are busy at night. Take a dinner or a drink in one of the floating Chinese junks moored at the quay!
Even if you don’t try the “Singapore Sling” cocktail, a visit to the colonial-style Raffles Hotel opened in 1887 is a must.
Charlie Chaplin, Somerset Maugham, Noel Coward, John Wayne, Ava Gardner, Rudyard Kipling and Elizabeth Taylor are few of the celebrities that have resided at the Raffles Hotel.
The Singapore Sling is a gin based cocktail created in 1915.
Asia’s most famous shopping street, the Orchard Road got its name from nutmeg, pepper and fruit orchards that existed in the area in the early 20th century.
The Club Street is one of the hottest dining places in Singapore. The street is lined with renovated old shophouses that are occupied by restaurants, bars and several galleries.
With a height of 165 meters, the Singapore Flyer is one of the world’s tallest Ferris wheel.
A place for adult entertainment bounded by Geylang Rd, Guillemard Rd, and stretching from Lorong 8 to Lorong 24, Geylang Red Light District is home to hundreds of brothels.