One thrill of traveling is experiencing places that are unique and cannot be experienced anywhere else. These places are usually this way because of where they are located or through circumstances of history. Singapore is one of these. Although a tiny nation, really a city-state, Singapore occupies a strategic location that has been important on the world stage for 200 years, since the British established a trading post there. The Strait of Malacca is a constant source of wealth for the nation, which now has the second-highest GDP per person in the world. With all this wealth, you can find the best of everything in Singapore. Here are a few activities you could try.
- Rent a Luxury Yacht: Even if you are rich, it is hard to feel that way until you are doing something that is truly synonymous with wealth; nothing represents wealth more than luxury yachts. In Singapore, you can have this experience without buying your own craft or being connected to elite circles. Luxury yacht hire in Singapore is available for all who wish to experience the champagne and caviar dreams of the billionaire class.
- Orchard Road: If you like to shop, your trip to Singapore would not be complete without visiting Orchard Road. This 2.2-kilometer stretch of distinctive architecture is home to 800,000 square meters of shopping. This unique location features nightclubs, upscale dining, coffee shops, and several other attractions. Orchard Road is a shopping experience like no other and a visual adventure as well. You can enjoy the many art installations, rooftop gardens, and even the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall. It may take you several evenings to fully appreciate everything there is to see.
- Gardens by the Bay: Another jewel in the Singapore skyline is the Gardens by the Bay. It is a 250-acre nature park in Central Singapore. Singapore leads the world in integrating natural elements into modern architecture, as well as vertical gardens. Gardens by the Bay is a stunning example of this mastery. The Cloud Forest, Floral Fantasy, Floral Dome, the Supertree Observatory, and the OSBC Skyway are among the attractions. It may be the most beautiful, modern, horticultural display in the world.
- Chinatown: Every major city has its Chinatown; China is the world’s oldest continuous culture, and the Chinese have made an impact all over the world. And even more so in Singapore, where a large percentage of the population is ethnic Chinese. Because in Singapore they like to have the best of the best, their Chinatown is a beautiful display of Chinese culture, particularly the incredible cuisine. There are also historical guides to Chinatown and an educational walking trail.
Though Singapore is an ultramodern city, it is a marvel of efficiency and intelligent infrastructure. Perhaps it is because their population density is the second highest globally, but you would never know it. There are many natural areas and parks, and there is minimal pollution or inner-city problems you might find in other areas with high density. Singapore is a beautiful place to experience the finest in life and see what culture can accomplish when working towards the same goals.