I am sure many of you have heard about the island of Singapore. A country which achieved independence in 1965 and has certainly come a long way from there. It is one of the most famous countries of South Asia and is ranked at high levels in the world. As a nation it is not very big. It is a small island and is known as the Lion City. It lies in the South West of Malaysia (the country it got independence from). Singapore’s beauty is unmatched. It is popular as a trade centre and has many famous business centers located here. But it is not just famous as an industrial place. The Tiger Balm Garden, the Botanical Gardens, and Raffles Museum are some of the most gorgeous places of the country. Apart from its sightseeing beauty, Singapore also has some of the best educational institutions that you can visit. These are the University of Singapore, Science Centre, the Nanyang University and the Polytechnic. Singapore is a hub of different cultures and people of various backgrounds live there. The airports and harbors are a sight of their own.
If you got to Singapore, you must be ready and set for a lot of walking and sightseeing. You must pack your joggers as they will be needed. Starting with the Tiger Balm Garden- a place unlike any other you get to see. It has statues of people, animals and other weird yet wonderful creatures. They are created gorgeously and well kept. The special thing about this place is that it has a sea view. You can go to the sea and have a nice little picnic. People mostly plan to spend their whole day here and enjoy every minute of it. You can get a proper Singaporean experience here. Next, we have the Raffles Museum. It is a very grand museum and offers a full educational tour of the state. The items preserved entertain both the young and the old. You can learn a lot about the history of the region while also examine the modern touch the architects have given to the place. Visiting the harbors gives you a more natural experience and refreshes a person. You get to see the traditional natives of the country at work. Talking and interacting with them gives you a sense of realism. The people are very kind and nice to talk to and learn from.
If you talk about the nightlife in Singapore you get to see the real party. The city which runs in an orderly fashion and has a more practical approach to life suddenly gets a laidback feel to it. You can go to the many nightclubs and bars which open after the sun sets. Businessmen, students, visitors and tourists all come together under the roofs of the clubs to have a good time. The view is great and you get to enjoy the night lights of the city.