The Island Of Lost Dreams-Singapore

The Island Of Lost Dreams-Singapore

Have you heard of the small island in Southeast Asia between Malaysia and Indonesia? Trust me folks, you can’t miss the mesmerizing views of Singapore. It is a beautiful, breathtaking, relaxing and exclusive country with a different, exotic wave of air all over.

With beautiful sky scrapers and great infrastructure, it’s cleanliness and peacefulness great night life it’s beauty and tranquility, and of Singaporeans kindness welcome and hospitality, it’s totally worth your money.

From distinctive Indian cuisine to flourishing Indian Fashion around, it’s all in here. Little India is situated north of the City, a colorful welcoming place for tourist.

Marine Bay Sands-Singapore Hotel with Infinity Pool and Sky-park

The world’s largest rooftop pool stretching 150 meters across Sands SkyPark which offers a breathtaking city-skyline view not found at any other Singapore hotel. Relax in utmost luxury at the world’s largest rooftop Infinity Pool and looking out over the breathtaking city skyline.

You have to come here. Beautiful buildings, the Mare Lion and the Marina Bay Hotel and Resort! A breathtaking view, excellent architecture and luxurious services on board. Visit the Esplanade Theatres Singapore’s equivalent of Sydney’s Opera House, except that the two-lobed spiky Singaporean version.

Sentosa Island, Sentosa Island & Sentosa Island. What should I say?  Just off the southern coast of Singapore, exists the Island of Lost Dreams.
Take a ride and take a break at the resorts and visit temples, and introspect to your inner depths.

Universal Studios in Singapore is a great attraction for all! Our family soughted it as the last to our trip so that we could devote our time and energy in having a really good time, and so we did! So many rides so many entertainment, Holywood right in your eyes and a must go during your trip to Singapore.

With 24 attractions, 18 of them new or adapted for Singapore, you will be able to try out many of the blockbuster theme park rides and awaken the child in you, at once. The theme park has a collection of the many world firsts: the world’s biggest single collection of DreamWorks Animation attractions; the world’s first Far Far Away Castle from the world of Shrek; the world’s first Madagascar theme park ride; the world’s tallest dueling roller coaster Battle star Galactica, the world’s first Sci-Fi zone, and much more!

I enjoyed walking through the nights of Singapore and the breezy weather, at all odd hours of the night. It felt safe and secure. The laws in Singapore are really tight that’s why it’s known as a very refined city.

One another splendid experience was that of the Singapore Night Safari. As educative as it sounds, I got to see such variant and distinct species of animals that it held my attention all the while.

The Night Safari is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore.
It was so interesting to know that the Night Safari currently houses over 2,500 animals representing over 130 species, of which 38% are threatened species. It speaks of how aloof the scenario in Singapore is.

Given a chance, I would definitely want to make a visit to Singapore again, which I personally title as the Island of lost dreams, no pun intended. It’s Untarnished Beauty.

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