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If you're looking for a family-friendly activity at Marina Bay Sands join one of the Sampan Rides that sail along the artificial river. A Sampan is a traditional Chinese wooden boat and the operators are dressed in traditional clothing. The boat ride takes about 30 minutes as you're leisurely paddled past the shops and art displays like the cascading waterfall. The ride is suitable for anyone over the age of 2 and children must be accompanied by an adult.
Shopaholics take note! If there is anything close to a shopping paradise, Marina Bay is probably it. With the the Marina Square Shopping Mall, Millenia Walk, Suntec City and Raffles City in its vicinity, along with a lot of other smaller shops and boutiques in the area, it is a fabulous destination for shoppers. But that's not all. It is also one of the island city's prominent tourist attractions. Some of the interesting sights to check out are the ArtScience Museum, Marina Barrage, Helix Bridge, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Gardens by the Bay and The Float. You will also find the picturesque Marina Promenade that runs along the bay, making it the perfect place to walk, run, fish or simply relax.
Completed in 1981, the Benjamin Sheares Bridge is one of the city's most magnificent bridges and marks the birth of a world-class road network in Singapore. Named after the Republic's former president, Dr B.H. Sheares, it spans the Marina Bay to link Sheares Avenue to the East Coast Parkway. A bus ride across the bridge will treat you to several minutes in view of the city skyline, although the view is best enjoyed on foot. The bridge itself is a spectacular example of creative engineering and is the city's tallest and longest. Don't miss the spectacular photo opp granted by the Benjamin Sheares Bridge.
Imagine an aerial walkway that takes you from one gigantic tree to another! And not just any two trees but Supertrees that appear like structures out of fairy tale stories. The OCBC Skyway is situated at a height of 22 meters (72 feet) and covers a distance of 128 meters (420 feet) between two of the tallest Supertrees. These artificial trees are only a few of the unbelievable attractions at Gardens by the Bay, and reach a height of up to 16 floors of a building. They are made of intricate vines and are given properties like photosynthesis and water absorption, which have ecological benefits, just as in real trees. A dreamlike stroll through the winding walkway allows visitors to enjoy the glory of these trees, which often resemble fireworks during the night, when lit up. To complete the surreal experience, the walkway even has a bistro at one end, where you can dine like a princess or prince.
Supertree Grove comprises of a number of tree like structures which have heights ranging between 25 meters (82 feet) and 50 meters (164 feet) with a canopy on top. Functioning as a vertical garden, not only are the supertrees are home to orchids, vines, and exotic ferns among other plants but they also absorb rainwater and harness solar energy just like a tree would. Walk between two supertrees on a raised walkway to enjoy stunning aerial views of the garden. And if you arrive here after sunset, get ready to enjoy the OCBC Garden Rhapsody, a light and sound show featuring the supertrees. Part of Gardens by the Bay, Supertree Grove is a must-visit during your stay in Singapore.
Singapore's answer to food travel is the Singapore Food Trail, in Downtown. Located a few steps away from the icnonic Ferris wheel, Singapore Flyer, this concept dining destination offers a vibrant background that is reminiscent of the city's street food vendors of the '60s. Fun-looking, bright kiosks and food stalls line this place, serving delicious local food. Here you can gorge on tasty preparations from iconic food joints like Boon Tat Street Barbecue Seafood, Alhambra Satay Club Satay and Hill Street Tai Wah Pork Noodle, to name a few.
The Singapore XD Theater is a unique experience for you and your loved ones. You will never forget the experience of watching movies here after visiting this place once. The theater provides 6D viewing and is one of its kind in Singapore. For more details, please visit the website.
An excellent place to chill out, enjoy nature and the splendid views of the sea and city skyline. The breezy Marina South City Park features an imaginative playground, a giant sundial and a modern sculpture made of discs that revolves in the wind. This is also a popular haunt for kite-flying enthusiasts. If you are lucky, you may catch a professional or two performing kite-flying stunts with gigantic, lovely kites. Sometimes, local rowing clubs and crews can be seen practicing for the Singapore International Dragon Boat Festival on the calm waters.