If you have seen the movie Crazy Rich Asians, you probably noticed that the movie highlights some pretty amazing spots in Singapore. Singapore is known for its high-end shopping, luxury hotel, and fine dining, but there are also some fantastic family-friendly attractions that will make your visit to Singapore worthwhile.
Here are 5 reasons to vacation in Singapore
Gardens By The Bay
Gardens by the Bay is a futuristic waterfront garden installation and you may remember seeing in the wedding reception scene in Crazy Ruch Asians. The gardens feature domes that house thousands of plants and trees from around the world. You will want to visit the Cloud Forest Dome to see the world’s tallest indoor waterfall or Flower Dome where is it is a perpetual spring! Of course, no visit would be complete without seeing Supertree Grove. With tree structures reaching over 160 feet tall, Supertree Grove is breathtaking. The structures provide shade during the days and are lit up spectacularly at night.
Singapore Zoo refers to itself as the best rainforest zoo. Housed on 26-hectares of property, the zoo is home to more than 2.400 animals from over 300 different species. With a focus on conservation and education, the zoo offers world-class habitats and unique encounters, like Breakfast with Orangutans.
Raffles Hotel Singapore
Another destination featured in Crazy Rich Asians is Raffles Hotel Singapore. This 19th-century colonial hotel features classical architecture and tropical gardens. This gorgeous hotel also offers a luxurious spa and fine dining restaurants. The hotel underwent renovations and reopened in 2019.
Singapore is not really known as a beach destination, but you can find some fun in the sun at Sentosa Island. Make your way to Siloso Beach for kayaking, volleyball or skimboarding or even try flying with a water-propelled jet pack. Make sure to bring your camera to snap a picture of Merlion – the statute that has the head of a lion and a body of a fish.
Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is a high-end resort complex that features a luxury hotel, the ArtScience Museum, and a shopping mall with a canal running through it. Take in a spectacular view of the city by visiting the Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck which sits atop the hotel in a ship! The ship also features a gorgeous infinity pool and rooftop restaurant.
Ready for a Vacation in Singapore?
Be sure to give luxury travel advisor, Margi Arnold a call to discuss your vacation to Singapore. With over 25-years’ experience in the travel industry Margi, is an expert that will help you personalize your trip and will ensure a worry-free vacation. Start by completing a vacation request or call Margi at 303-694-8786.