In September 2013, Changi Airport noted an increase of passengers. From January to September 2013, the airport handled about 39.7 million passengers which is higher 5.6% than last year. This figure simply means that many people are finding Singapore appealing every day.
Whether it is for business or leisure, Singapore welcomes everybody with open arms. If you are here for leisure, you should know some attractions. For a start, you can visit the:
There are many museums and centres here. The Asian Civilisations Museum, Peranakan Museum, Red Dot Museum, Singapore Art Museum, National Museum and many more. s
Foods here are a mixture of Chinese, Indian and Malay cuisines. You can eat at famous restaurants or simply fall in line in hawker centres.
For shopaholics, Singapore is a paradise with many boutiques and stores featuring international and local brands. Apart from fashion and trend, you will see many stores that offer rather bizarre things.
There are many luxurious hotels here. All people dream of going to Marina Bay Sands Hotel and experience it. The hotel boasts of 55 floors with 2,500 luxurious rooms.
Parks and Zoos
Many people visit the famous Universal Studio in Sentosa island. Apart from theme parks, you will see many zoos operating night and day to give you entertainment and learning. There’s the night safari, Singapore Zoo, underwater experience, etc.
To date, the Singapore flyer is the highest and largest wheel in the world. It surpassed the London eye. This is a pleasant sight. If you want a panoramic view of Singapore, this is the best place to start.
Singapore is more than sights. When you are here, you will feel safe and secured because of the government’s efforts and initiatives. Despite its modernity, there are still parts of Singapore where you can feel and experience laid back life. What made Singapore great is its cheap public transport. You can go to your favourite places as often as you can without draining your pocket money.