All Work, All Play
Visit Singapore for Pro AVL Asia 2017! Singapore has a myriad of activities for work and for play for all visitors – leisure or business. View www.yoursingapore.com to see all the activities and events happening in July.
Here Are Some Leisure Places In Singapore That You Can Visit!
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore’s newly minted UNESCO World Heritage site is more than just a park.
The is a over 150-year-old green space. Gets busy on weekends with joggers, picnicking families and nature lovers.
There are also occasional free outdoor concerts held over the weekends. Spend a day discovering the garden’s extensive range of more than 10,000 types of plants, including those within the National Orchid Garden—the most comprehensive collection of tropical orchids in the world.
Garden of dreams
Singapore’s many picturesque gardens are a welcome respite after your adventures in the city.
If you want to make a quick getaway to some serious greenery, the Gardens by the Bay, a five-minute walk from the central business district, is your go-to spot.
A highlight of this 101-ha horticultural park is its two conservatories, the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome. The cool-moist conservatory that is the Cloud Forest features a 35m-tall mountain covered in plants such as orchids and also sports the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Meanwhile, the Flower Dome replicates a cool-dry climate and houses plants from the Mediterranean region and also a Flower Field, where the displays change regularly.
S.E.A Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa
Immerse yourself underwater at the S.E.A. Aquarium™ and discover more than 100,000 marine animals.
At the S.E.A. Aquarium™, you can observe more than 100,000 creatures like the leopard shark, goliath grouper and squadrons of manta rays.
As you stare at them swimming in the aquarium, you may wonder who is actually watching whom. Are they, in fact, ogling humans like two-legged mammal exhibits from the other side of the glass tank?
No matter the perspective, the aquarium within Resorts World™ Sentosa is a magical marine world with more than 100,000 underwater animals from 800 species, swimming in 45 million litres of water.
Visit Singapore’s award-winning wildlife park to see animals roaming freely in their natural habitats.
White tigers, pygmy hippos, and even naked mole rats — get up close with these wildlife and more at Singapore Zoo. The 26-hectare wildlife park, home to over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles, has been providing exciting wildlife experiences to visitors for over 40 years.