Reasons to Visit Singapore this Holiday Season

Singapore City
Singapore, the Garden City, is one of the hottest holiday destinations in Asia. From newly-weds to college kids, from families to the solo traveler, Singapore has something enthralling for everyone.

Singapore Attractions

We make an arduous attempt of bringing out the best from the best, the result of which is the list below. Let's get to know Singapore a little more.

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands

The opulent Marina Bay Sands resort complex includes a hotel, high-end luxury brands, a mall with a canal running through it, the Art Science Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark- a vantage point for taking in the entire city. While up there on top of the city, guests can grab a snack or a coffee at the rooftop restaurant or pick up some keepsakes from the souvenir stand. The luxury and elegance of the Marina Bay Sands exemplify Singapore's taste, and help designate a major international city in Southeast Asia.

Double Helix Bridge

Double Helix Bridge - Singapore

This bridge is proof that, sometimes, a bridge is not just a bridge. More of an architectural wonder, this is certainly one spot for many touristy snaps -- and wedding photos too, we imagine. Located next to the floating platform at Marina Bay and the new Youth Olympic Park -- and connecting to Marina Bay Sands -- the bridge is made up of a major and minor steel helix that wind around each other. There’s a night lighting feature built into the bridge, which can be programmed to create various moods for different events.

Universal Studios

Universal Studios - Singapore

Singapore’s first theme park features rides and attractions that are guaranteed to give you a thrilling time. Meet Shrek and company, take a walk down Hollywood Boulevard or have an amazing encounter with dinosaurs at Jurassic Park. Make a day out of it and check out all the rides, while taking breaks for food and drink at the various F&B outlets. Just make sure you have your meals after the roller-coaster rides.

Night Safari

Night Safari - Singapore

The Night Safari is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals and has won the Singapore Tourism Board’s Best Visitor Attraction Experience not once, not twice, but eight times! The 40-hectare park is home to over 1,000 animals from 115 species, of which almost 30 percent are threatened. Catch them before they’re gone. Explore the park either on foot via three walking trails or by tram. Either way, you’ll be coming back for more.

St. James Power Station

St. James Power Station

What used to be a real, functioning power station is now a hot spot for night birds, who want more from their clubbing experience. With venues like Dragonfly, Movida, Peppermint Park and Bellini Room providing very different experiences, this is kind of like the clubber’s version of going around the world in one night. Perfect for club hopping without having to queue for taxis numerous times in a night!

Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer

It’s the world’s largest observation wheel and it’s still standing after two years, unlike the wheel in Melbourne, Australia. It stands at a stunning 165 metres and is the height of a 42-storey building. As the wheel turns and you get views of landmarks such as the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Marina Bay, Empress Place and the Padang.

Raffles Amrita Spa

Raffles Amrita Spa

Possibly the most well-known luxury spa in Singapore, Raffles Amrita Spa at Raffles The Plaza is pure indulgence for the body and soul. The treatments offered here are for both men and women and it really doesn’t matter what age you are. Try the Nirvana Body Treatment, an Ayurvedic-inspired treatment that includes a body wrap, a foot massage and application of body moisturizer.


Singapore Cruise

Cruising is catching up in a very big way in Asia with Singapore becoming a big hub. The popular cruise season from Singapore is from November to March and at this time the weather is cool and not too humid. It is also holiday season in December and during Chinese New Year so ships go full and prices on the higher side during this time. The shoulder seasons are in November and March.


  1. Magnificent pictures! The beauty of Singapore is awesomely captured in the clicks. Now whoever has the country of Singapore in their bucket list can easily make a list of things to do in the land of Garden City. Thanks for sharing the post.

  2. You are welcome. :) Glad you liked the blog.