3 Fun Activities to do in Singapore

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(Newswire.net — August 19, 2014) Singapore, Singapore — It can be hard to think of new ideas of things to do with the family. If you’re suffering from a case of been there, done that, these activities might be the cure. For some fun ideas of things to do in Singapore, here’s 3 great attractions your family is sure to love.


1.     See Singapore from above on the Singapore Flyer

Enjoy panoramic views in the world’s largest observation wheel. For 30 minutes you will take in the sights of downtown and the harbour on this 42- storey attraction from inside sealed capsules. A great way to get a birds- eye view of Singapore- no wings necessary.


Price: Package passes start at $49.90 for adults & $39.90 for kids


2.     Indulge in Singapore’s natural beauty at Singapore Botanical Gardens

Perfect for garden lovers and nature enthusiasts, this 74- hectare attraction is free to visit. Composed of tropical forests and parks, this is a stunning venue. For a small fee you can also visit the National Orchid Garden with over 1,000 orchid varieties plus 2,000+ hybrid species on display.


Price: Free entry to the Botanical Gardens; small entry fee for the National Orchid Garden ($5.00 for adults; $1.00 for students & seniors; free for kids 12 and under)


3.     Find your inner wild side at the Singapore Zoo

Get up close and personal to creatures including lions, hippos, rhinos zebras, hyenas, and the infamous white tigers. A fun way to see some of nature’s most beautiful- and dangerous- animals in person. Using moats, hedges, and electrical wire to separate you from the animals, you’ll feel almost close enough to touch them, if you dare!


Price: $28.00 for adults; $18.00 for kids; $12.00 for seniors


What makes Singapore special? So many things. This list only begins to scratch the surface. Whether you’re a local or a lover of international destinations, add these activities to your to- do list


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