The little island country of Singapore has many nicknames. “The Lion City”, “Little Red Dot”, “The Fine Country”, but her most famous nickname is “Disneyland with a death penalty”. Chewing gum, spitting littering, homosexual acts between men, jaywalking, and simply leaving the toilet unflushed are all illegal in Singapore. An intimidating place to visit indeed, you might think.
But Singapore has that “Disneyland” in its nickname for a reason. With over one hundred shopping malls, eight nature parks, two integrated resorts, the world’s largest oceanarium, and an entire separate island just for entertainment and leisure in the mere area of seven-hundred square kilometers, “Little Red Dot” does not exaggerate when it says that it has become one of the most popular tourist hubs in the world.
Singapore is a thriving economic hub and has earned itself the reputation of being the financial hub of the Asiatic continent. It has been Southeast Asia's most modern city for over a century and excels in trade and tourism. It also happens to be one of the most modern cities in the world. But don’t just assume that Singapore is all work and no play. The younger generation of Singaporeans like to go by this quote “Work hard, play hard.” Let’s start with a few tourist attractions shall we?
Universal Studios Singapore; With the Mummy ride, the exceptionally realistic Transformers 4D ride and the Battlestar Galactica which propels riders fourteen storeys up into the air, this chain amusement park with over 20 attractions is a famous hotspot for all those Sci-fi and thrill- seeking fans out there. Not your thing? Prefer nature? No worries! I know just the place. The Singapore Botanic Gardens. This nature reserve has no admission fee and is filled all different sorts of beautiful plant species. Also located inside the park is the National Orchid Garden which houses over sixty-thousand orchid plants, consisting of four-hundred species and two-thousand hybrids....
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