8 Best Places to visit in Singapore

8 Best Places to visit in Singapore. A Mind Map by Arpit Banjara.

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1. 1. Orchard Road

1.1. Orchard Road is the main shopping street of Singapore

1.2. It is flanked by

1.2.1. malls

1.2.2. numerous upmarket restaurants

1.2.3. coffee chains

1.2.4. cafés

1.2.5. nightclubs

1.2.6. and hotels

1.3. It is also the site of the official residence

1.3.1. of the President of Singapore, the Istana

1.4. The Christmas decorations along Orchard are famous and entirely over the top

1.4.1. with reindeers cavorting through palm trees

1.4.1.1. and gingerbread houses topped with fake snow

2. 2. Resorts World Sentosa

2.1. It is located on an island off Singapore’s south coast

2.2. The property features

2.2.1. hotels

2.2.2. restaurants

2.2.3. a casino

2.2.4. and theme parks

2.3. With this location

2.3.1. attractions obviously center around the sea

2.3.1.1. Marine Life Park

2.3.1.2. Dolphin Island

2.3.1.3. water park

2.3.1.4. and an aquarium

2.4. Other attractions include

2.4.1. Universal Studios Singapore

2.4.2. and nightly entertainment

2.5. The casino offers

2.5.1. a variety of table games sand 2,400 slot machines

2.5.2. and it does enforce a dress code

2.6. The resort offers more than 60 dining options

2.6.1. for hungry guests

3. 3. Clarke Quay

3.1. Clarke Quay is another part of Singapore’s past

3.1.1. that is still a happening place today

3.2. the quay, at the mouth of the Singapore River

3.2.1. was the city’s hub of commerce

3.2.1.1. in the late 19th century

3.3. It still hustles and bustles today

3.3.1. but with a different kind of commerce

3.3.1.1. trendy restaurants

3.3.1.2. unique boutiques

3.3.1.3. pushcart vendors

3.3.1.4. and more

3.4. Once a market, always a market

3.4.1. except at night when Clarke Quay teems with chic nightspots

4. 4. Gardens by the Bay

4.1. Gardens by the Bay is a recent addition

4.1.1. to Singapore’s tourist attractions

4.2. Open less than a decade

4.2.1. Gardens by the Bay is built on reclaimed land

4.2.1.1. in central Singapore

4.3. It consists of three gardens

4.3.1. Bay Central

4.3.1.1. a garden with a waterfront walk that

4.3.1.1.1. will eventually connect the other two gardens

4.3.2. Bay East

4.3.2.1. which is opening in phases as sections are completed

4.3.3. Bay South

4.3.3.1. It is the largest garden

4.3.3.1.1. which showcases tropical horticulture

4.3.3.2. and includes tree-like structures up to 50 meters (160 feet) high

4.3.3.2.1. that dominate the Gardens’ landscape

5. 5. Night Safari

5.1. Travelers who enjoy nightlife

5.1.1. but are tired of the club scene

5.1.1.1. should head over to Night Safari

5.2. it is one of Singapore’s top attractions

5.2.1. with more than one million people annually enjoying a tram ride

5.2.1.1. through seven of the world’s geographic regions

5.3. Visitors also can take a trail walk to learn more about animal habits

5.3.1. while another section features a show on the organization’s work

5.3.1.1. to preserve threatened species through captive breeding programs

5.4. Three restaurants features menus and entertainment

5.4.1. that reflect life in the jungle or rainforest

6. 6. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

6.1. The Chinese build temples to a lot of gods and other things

6.1.1. but the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is one of the more unusual

6.2. In the late 1980s when a Buddhist temple was first proposed

6.2.1. for Singapore’s Chinatown

6.2.1.1. it was supposed to become a more traditional temple

6.3. Somewhere along the line

6.3.1. it became the Tooth Relic Temple

6.3.1.1. a home for a tooth relic from Buddha

6.4. The temple is located in central Chinatown

6.4.1. also features other arts and culture of Singaporean Buddhists

7. 7. Singapore Flyer

7.1. The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel

7.1.1. only with benefits

7.1.1.1. that only start with the stunning views below

7.2. Cars hold up to 28 people as they circle above the city

7.3. When it opened in 2008

7.3.1. it was the highest Ferris wheel in the world

7.3.1.1. reaching 165 meters (541 feet) up into the Singaporean sky

7.4. With advance notice

7.4.1. the Flyer can accommodate disabled guests in wheelchairs

7.5. It is located on Marina Bay

7.5.1. the Flyer’s terminal has

7.5.1.1. three floors of restaurants

7.5.1.2. shops

7.5.1.3. and other services

8. 8. Marina Bay Sands

8.1. The Marina Bay Sands, a resort that cost US$5.7 billion to build

8.1.1. making it the world’s most expensive building

8.1.1.1. when it opened in 2010

8.2. The Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort

8.2.1. that has it all

8.2.1.1. a luxury hotel

8.2.1.2. restaurants

8.2.1.3. an endless collection of shops

8.2.1.4. a convention center that is one of the largest in Asia

8.2.1.5. theater

8.2.1.6. an ArtScience Museum

8.2.1.7. and other entertainment centers

8.3. It also has an indoor skating rink

8.3.1. made with synthetic ice

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