The little red dot
Singapore is a very clean city-state with roots in trade and global commerce. The country is also a tax-free heaven. I love Singapore because of its amazing contrasts:
Rich green landscapes vs skyscrapers. Marina Bay Sands is an architectural wonder of three hotel towers with a connecting sky park.
Little India is one of the most historic districts of Singapore where you can find silk, colorful saris, flower-garlands, spices, even gold jewelry and other traditional Indian products. I bought some useless souvenirs.
Orchard road is the most famous shopping street. It’s two kilometers long and it’s flanked by iconic boutiques, shopping malls, restaurants and hotels.
As a shopaholic, I lost my mind there!
Singapore botanic gardens is an urban paradise. An absolute must see! A pristine park with a wide variety of tropical plants, flowers and rare birds. I couldn’t resist taking pictures, especially at the orchid garden.
I spent a whole day at the zoo which is known for the most beautiful wildlife park settings in the world where animals roam freely in open and naturalistic habitats.
Sentosa is an island resort getaway with themed attractions, award-winning spa treatments, rain-forests and white sand beaches.
But what I enjoyed most was the S.E.A. Aquarium as I had an amazing experience watching and learning about the unusual marine wildlife under the water!
In my opinion Singapore is the skyline of the future…
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