Some Best Places to Visit in Singapore in 3 Days – blirg.com

Are you confused to spend your holiday? I would recommend you to visit Singapore. Singapore is one of popular tourism objects for Indonesian people to go round. That is why to budget to go this place is quite affordable. Yet, do you know where you go to spend your holiday in Singapore? Below are some best places to visit in singapore in 3 days for those who are still confused to choose.


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The first landmark of Singapore is Merlion Park. Merlion or lion is a symbol of Singapore and also became the most famous icon in the country. Merlion statue can be seen at the Merlion Park, which is a public park that can be accessed by anyone at any time. Don’t be worried about budget that you should spend since it is free. The location is right on the Singapore River, which is also a favorite tourist destination. At night, the scenery is very beautiful with a dazzling light. And then you can visit Esplanade. it is located close to a Singapore Merlion statue above. Esplanade is an one of the most active art centers in the world. With its unique shape of the roof like durian, it has a lot of facilities associated with the art, such as indoor theater and outdoor theater, concert halls, exhibition room of paintings, a library, the food court etc. If you want to enter this place, don’t worry, it is free of charge. Yet if you want to see the concert that requires buying a ticket, you should spend your bucks. The atmosphere around this place is also very beautiful, so even when there is no concert, the place is still attractive for tourists. They are 2 best place to visit in Singapore in 3 days.

Then, visiting Gardens by the Bay can be the best place to visit in Singapore in 3 days. It is a unique park located around Marina Bay. Looking like a garden, Gardens by The Bay has lots of trees and greenery. Here you can find some giant artificial tree. These artificial trees are made of steel and serves to collect rain water and also accommodate solar energy. At night, the lights are mounted on artificial trees as tall as the 16th floor of buildings, so they become very beautiful. To get around in this area, we were not charged, but if you want to go up and take a walk across the bridge that connects the artificial trees, you must buy a ticket for approximately 5 dollars. Moreover, in this area there are also Cloud Forest and Flower Dome conservatory which houses plants and flowers with a ticket price of about 35 dollar.

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