Seven Wonders of Singapore

A global and first-rate city, Singapore boasts an architecture that is unparalleled. If you are a first-timer and you don’t know what to do in Singapore, this guide will help you discover some of the best attractions of Singapore. Here you go!

Gardens by the Bay

Relatively a new attraction, Gardens by the Bay was opened in 2011. You can find as many as 225,000 different species of plants. A group of 18 vertical gardens with heights ranging from 25-50 m, Supertree Grove is located in the heart of the garden and is worth a visit.

Entrance Fee: FREE

Singapore Flyer

One of the world’s tallest Ferris Wheel, the Singapore Flyer opened in 2008. It stands tall at 165m. Every rotation of the wheel takes 32 minutes, during which you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the city.

Entrance Fee: SGD 21-33 per person.


Sentosa is a popular island resort in Singapore attracting a wide range of audience every day. The attractions include a sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, Golf Courses, the Merlion, and Resorts World Sentosa featuring the Universal Studios theme park.

Entrance Fee: SGD 4 per person for Sentosa Express. Attraction charges vary.


Merlion is Singapore’s national symbol. The lion head represents “lion city” and the fish tail represents the country’s beginning as a fishing village.

There are 5 Merlion statues around Singapore. The original is situated at One Fullerton which overlooks the area transformed into the hub of economy and finance. Standing at a height of 8.6 m, the Merlion symbolizes welcoming guests with warmth.

Entrance Fee: FREE

Orchard Road

The shopping boulevard stretching 2.2 kilometers in length, Orchard Road is a retail hub bringing together the world’s most renowned brands. After all, Singapore is famous for shopping by people all across the globe.

Entrance Fee: FREE

Changi Airport

Iconic and exclusive best define Changi Airport. The Airport quite successfully redefines the travel experience. One of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia, it is the World’s Best Airport for the fourth consecutive year. The airport is located in Changi, at the eastern end of Singapore

Attractions like Cactus Garden and Butterfly Garden are located inside the terminals.

Marina Bay Sands

This iconic 55-story tower is the world’s most expensive stand-alone casino property. The observation deck, Sands SkyPark offers a 360-degree view of the Singapore skyline. Sands SkyPark also features another signature attraction – the world’s highest and largest infinity pool.

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

Housing music, dance, theatre, and visual arts with a focus on Asian culture, is one of the busiest arts centers in the world. It has hosted over 25,000 shows since 2002.

Entrance Fee: FREE

Wait no more! Book your tickets and go to Singapore. As far as accommodation is concerned, an exciting range of hotels and holiday apartments are offered by Singapore. In short, Singapore makes for an ideal holiday destination.

About the Author

I am Pradeep, an avid traveler, and blogger. Exploring new places and sharing my experiences with people is my passion. I am currently working as a blogger for Ratedapartments – serviced apartments providers explicitly dealing in major cities of the world such as London, Paris, New York, New Delhi, and Singapore.

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