Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park. It features rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. Exciting loops, sudden turns, breathtaking drops, and thrilling near-collisions will make you scream your heart out. Dinosaurs, lemurs, and Egyptian mummies add to the thrills and adventures.
It’s probably one of the best places I have ever visited and is the most adventurous. But queues were ridiculously long and the staff was very unfriendly. We spent the whole day and literally could only do five rides.
The park charges approximately 100 $ per person. It’s worth but because of the crowd, I don’t think it values your money and time.
This place is so good and huge and there are thousands of species in the aquarium that really attract the young and the old ones. I am a big sea-life lover. It’s really amazing to have sea species all around you.
The night safari is actually a place to visit for children but I too loved it because I love animals. there was a toy train on which we sat and travel in the small built jungle with the lion, elephant, deer roaming around freely. At last, all the tourists from different countries were made to sit in an open auditorium kind place where there was an entertainer who entertained us with an owl, lemurs, the monkey in a very exciting way. In fact, tourists also participated in this activity.
Garden by the bay
Gardens by the Bay is an enormous horticulture attraction. When you step into the Flower Dome and you will find yourself standing in the awe of nature. It’s spectacular, innovative and it’s the largest glass greenhouse.
I would suggest you to never miss the evening over here. The most attracted part of Garden by the Bay is ‘Supertree Grove’. There are 12 of these structures, which vary from nine to 16 stories tall. The light and the music at night make these supertrees look amazing. You will really feel worth visiting here. Also, do explore the gallery and video I posted here in this blog post.
The visit to Singapore is incomplete without visiting Sentosa. As it has the most famous 37-meter tall ‘Sentosa Merlion’. This legendary Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion’s head and a fish’s body. Though it was a good day but hectic because of hot weather.
Other sightseeing places
This view of the beach I clicked while I was having a visit to Singapore in a cable car. After getting out of the cable car we went to the Sentosa beach. When it was a late-night there was a 3-D program for tourists which was beautifully organized by the locals.
Singapore is also famous for its chocolates. I bought many varieties of chocolates for my family and friends. I also bought 3 boxes of vine chocolates but when I opened the box at home there was no vine and only empty space. This broke my heart.