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Four Favorite Tourist Attractions in Singapore

Merlion Park


INDEPHEDIA.com - Singapore, neighboring countries of Indonesia and Malaysia have many interesting and exciting tourist objects to visit, ranging from natural attractions, history to culinary delights.

Of the many attractions in Singapore, there are also many attractions in this country that you can visit for free, four of which are favorite tourists, namely Merlion Park, Singapore River, East Coast Park and East Coast Park.

1. Merlion Park

The Lion Statue (Merlion Statue) is an Icon of Singapore. Not to Singapore if you haven't visited this place and taken a picture with the background of the Merlion Lion Statue. Merlion Park is located opposite the Fullerton Hotel. From Merlion Park, you can walk across the bridge decorated with Bougenville plants to the Esplanade.

This building is the center of Singapore's proud arts and performances. Here, besides you can take photos for free, you can also enjoy art and music performances free of charge.



2. Singapore River

Right on the Singapore River side, precisely in the Boat Quay area there is an attractive tourist destination called Raffles' Landing Site. This place is the place where Sir Stamford Raffles first landed in Singapore.

Here you can take pictures in front of the statue of Sir Stamford Raffles. In addition you can also find other copper statues forming dioramas on the banks of the river that tell the history of this country.

3. East Coast Park

East Coast Park is one of the most popular city parks in Singapore. Its location on the beach makes this park one of the favorite recreation areas for Singaporeans and also for tourists visiting there. You can enjoy various activities here, ranging from jogging, biking, picnicking, or fishing. Here also available a variety of hawker food centers called Hawker Centers.

4. Singapore Botanic Garden

Singapore Botanic Gardens is a park or arguably an urban forest that has more than 150 years old. Besides relaxing, you can get closer to nature. Like the Singapore Botanic Gardens slogan, "Connecting People with Plants".

With an area of ​​more than 70 hectares, the collection of plants is certainly very diverse. Many types of rare plants developed here. You can visit here free from 5 am to 12 pm. (WS.IN/ENG/*)

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