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Jurong Bird Park, Singapore

  • If you are a lover of nature then and want to spend some time exploring the vivid flora and fauna then Jurong Bird Park is the perfect place for you. Jurong Bird Park is a standout amongst the most famous bird park with a portion of the biggest free-flying aviaries in the world. In territories that mirror their naturalistic surroundings, Jurong Bird Park is home to the shades of the world, as Asia's biggest fledgling park with a gathering of more than 5,000 feathered creatures crosswise over 400 species.

    Highlights: While visiting the park you can also indulge in some other activities. Climb into the wondrous and biggest stroll in aviary, the Waterfall Aviary that houses more than 600 winged animals and additionally a 30-meter high waterfall.

    Location: The Jurong Bird Park is located at 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore

    Price: the approximate prices for the park are Adult: $29, Child (3-12 years): $19 and Senior citizen: $13

Attractions

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Universal Studios Singapore

If you are planning for some family outing along with your family then this place should definitely be on your bucket list. Universal Studio Singapore is a theme park which highlights a tempting choice of attractions, rides and stimulation for families and daredevil. Family holidays will never be this exciting ever. There are in total 6 roller coaster in this exotic theme park.

Highlights: While you are at the Universal Studio enter into the exciting universe of motion picture enchantment as you Ride the Movies on thrill rides and other motion picture themed attractions. Be amazed and charmed by an immersive excitement encounter that breathes life into the silver screen.

Location: The Universal Studio Singapore is located at 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore.

Price: The approximate price for adult (Ages 13 to 59) $74 and for child (Ages 4 to 12) is $ 56.
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Singapore Zoo

While you are visiting Singapore this time make it a point to visit the Singapore zoo. Since 1973, Singapore Zoo has been known for having among the most delightful untamed life stop settings on the planet, where creatures wander unreservedly in open and naturalistic living spaces.

Highlights: The natural surroundings consolidate exceptional review elements, for example, raised stages to see our giraffe display, submerged exhibitions to see the watery universes of otters, pygmy hippos and mammoth estuarine crocodiles, and glass observatories to see creatures, for example, the savage cheetahs and lions.

Location: The Singapore zoo is located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore.

Price: The approximate price for Adult $33 and for child (3-12 years) $22 for senior citizen.
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Punggol Beach

Punggol Beach is part of the PunggolTownship and has been recently renovated to a lifestyle park. Hence, it is also known as PunggolPoint Park. Getting to the park is quite easy as most of the parks in PunggolPromdenade are interlinked. Punggol Jetty is one of the prime spots of the beach and it is known for the plague that honours ‘SookChing Massacre’ occurred during the Japanese invasion. Punggol Beach is known for its long walking and cycling trails, children’s playground and a pond. Also, from the Punggol walking pathway, you can view Singapore’s offshore island, PulauUbin.

Highlights: Beautiful white sand beach; the beach looks even more mesmerising and unusual because of the big rocks strewn over the sands. The Point Park has lot of amenities for children and adults including a Horse Stable, eatery and picturesque view.

Location: Punggol Road, Singapore

Open hours: everyday, 24 hours. 
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Lazarus Island

Lazarus Beach is part of the Lazarus Island and is considered the best beach Singapore can treasure. It is called Singapore’s secret paradise with turquoise water, foamy froth and undisturbed fine white sand. The splendour of the beach lies in its raw and secluded beauty of the island’s landscape. You may not find many activities happening around the place; neither would you see a lot of marine lives under the water, but thatwhat is so pristine about the island. So, before it becomes commercialized, it is apt to visit this gorgeous secret of Singapore.



 Highlights: Holiday bungalows at St. John’s Island where you can lodge overnight, beach pavilion and pathways. The beach does not have any food stalls or refreshment shops; therefore you need to  carry everything with you. Camping not allowed.

Location: Lazarus Island. Best time to visit: throughout the year, especially in the winter
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Wild Wild Wet

A memorable and life time experience!! The Wild WildWet is Singapore’s largest water theme park featuring remarkable water games and other thrilling experiences that would leave both children and grownups breathless and seeking for more. The park opened in the year 2004 and is known for its efficient safety management. 

The park is a wholesome family entertainment; thus has been awarded with the Pro Family Business Mark award. Few of their effective facilities include free lifejackets, baby 
 Highlights: Live entertainments such as mermaid tales, sensational jets etc. Relaxing floats along the River Shiok, 8 adrenalin pumping rides, UllarLah being the most favoured one and fancy shopping haunts and eateries. 

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 Location: Downtown East. 

 Operating hours: 1 – 7 pm (weekdays) and 10 am to 7 pm (weekends and holidays)
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Haw Par Villa

There is a never ending array of theme parks in Singapore, each defining various fine amenities. But nothing can top Haw Par Villa which takes you through a Chinese folktale journey. Everything is unusual in this Park; the Chinese mythology features depictions from the 10 Chinese Courts of Hell, classic scenes from celebrated Chinese legends and lot more attractions. Located on one of the PasirPanjing hills, this ancient park was built in 1937 but went through a lot of changes after the WWII. In 1985 the Singaporean Tourist Board acquired it from the owners and completely renovated it.

Highlights: Now the park has guided tours where you will learn great daunting stories of the Chinese history, the Courts of Hell has graphic exhibits that might scare a few. The park has over 1000 statues and around 150 dioramas portraying visuals from Chinese mythology.

 

Location: Pasir Panging.

Admission: Free. Hours Open: 9 amd to 7 pm
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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Bukit Timah Reserve is perched on top of the highest peak of Singapore, Bukit Timah (163 meters). It is a very small reserve (around 1.5 km stretch), yet preserves 40% of the country’s flora and fauna. In spite of its small size, this national rainforest shelters more species of trees than the North American continent. The only way to reach the top is by trekking, which is fun and adventurous as you will encounter many species of flora and animals on the way up.

Highlights: Declared in 2011 – ASEAN heritage site; Trek to the Bukit Timah through a steep and slippery trail; dwelling to many native wildlife such as pythons, long tailed macaques which you may see on the way up. There’s also an eco-link, an ecological bridge that connects the Bukit Timah to the Central Catchment reserve.

 

Location:Hindhede Dr, Singapore.

Hours open: 6 am to 7 pm
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Pulau Ubin's Puaka Hill

There is more to PulauUbin than just the ChekJewa. This offshore island is an adventure in itself where the kampong heritage is still alive. The Puaka hill trek has been shut to the public until recently after it was readied for hiking and walking. The 3- 4 hours hike to Puakahill is tough due to steep and slippery trails. The trek is comprised of rocky terrain and circled with thick growths of wild ferns where the highest peak is reached at 76 meters. There are 4 different routes to reach the peak.

Highlight: The view at the top is worth the 20 minute steep climb. If you are lucky enough and if the weather is clear then you would be able to view past Changi into the city. However, the absolute sight of the Malaysian border and the glimpse of sun stricken Granite Quarry is definitely a bonus point in the trek.

Location: PulauUbin Island.

Difficulty Level: Moderate 

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