So Many Singapore Sights
If you want to be teased just a little on things you can see in Singapore, follow our picture tour …
Singapore Sights That We Missed
There was a lot of Singapore sights that we saw in passing on our day trip that will be on our list for the next visit. There were also some interesting buildings that caught our eye and we couldn’t resist snapping. There is so much to see and do in Singapore that you could literally spend a lifetime here experiencing everything it has to offer. Some people chose to do just that and relocate to this amazing place. Check out Piermont Grand EC Pricing if this sounds like something you would be interested in.
Suntec City Fountain of Wealth
Victoria Square Building
Visual Arts Centre
Civilian War Memorial
Park Royal Hotel
Holiday Inn Express – Clarke Quay
And rooftop pools with a view!
Art By the Singapore Waterfront
When you walk by the waterfront Singapore sights there is so much to see. While the major sights are beautiful, there are many artistic displays set in this scenic venue.
Singapore Pandas (“HeHe” and “XieXie”) by Zhang Huan
Spring in the City – Grace by Ana Tzarev
Spring in the City – Love by Ana Tzarev
Window of Hope by Sun Yu-li
New and Old
Singapore is a modern city. The downtown central business district (CBD) is a mass of towering modern buildings. But it is also a city with a lot of history and cultural diversity that is in stark contrast to this modern core.
The Difference Between Night and Day
We made sure to tour Singapore in the day and the night. Seeing major sights with this different perspective is often interesting. Things that sometimes blend into the scenery in the day will “pop” in the night with lights or lighting.
Gardens by the Bay
So many Singapore sights to catch when you visit. Walk around, take a tour or pick a few sights to explore in depth. Singapore is an easy city to get around with great public transit. It is a great place to start a cruise. Or a great stop on your SE Asia tour!
What was one of your favourite Singapore sights? What is still on your list for a return visit? What iconic sight would you suggest people skip totally?