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Ikeda Spa Prestige is one of the best Spas of the city and has received many accolades. This is an authentic Japanese spa, located at The Central, offering massages and skin treatments for rejuvenation of the mind and body. The setting itself is very clean, spacious, and decorated with calming lights. Once you enter the spa, their staff will guide you to the Zen Area, where their professionals analyze your skin. They will advice you with specific treatments but before getting started you should not miss a walk in their lovely Zen Garden. The Hinoki Bath is one of the spa's best treatments, where one's skin is soothed with the oils released, in the bath water, form the Hinoki wood. Many other specialties make Ikeda unique; visit them to unravel more secrets.
If you are on a holiday in Singapore, you must visit this premier club to get a taste of night life here. Altimate is the highest open-air nightclub of the world located in Raffles Place, a modish neighborhood of the town. It has a spectacular view from the top with a bar, a restaurant, a viewing gallery at different levels and is one of the most happening places in the town. You can also have a great time with your friends at the nightclub with the best cocktails and famous DJs from across the world playing ecstatic music to keep you enthralled.
Believed to be home of the early Malay rulers during the 13th Century, the alleged tomb of Sultan Iskandar Shah is said to be rested in this historic park. Higher above in the Fort Canning Park is Singapore's first Christian cemetery, established in 1822 by Sir Stamford Raffles. Look out for Raffles' sundial, which marks where Singapore's first Government House once stood. The house was demolished in 1857 when the British Army used the hill as a fort. Some early 20th Century constructions have been restored and transformed into a performing arts center, recreation centers and a museum exhibiting a World War II underground bunker.
AFOND Spa in Holland Village is an ideal rest and relaxation destination. The spa offers a variety of beauty treatments and massage therapies to help you unwind from your stressful day. From indulgent body wraps like the Yummy Choco Body Wrap to revitalizing Javanese Herbal Body Wrap, this spa's beauty treatments will have you glowing in no time. Ideal for couples, the spa also offers sensual couples spa packages so you can spend quality time with your partner while savoring the complete quiet and relaxation. Opt for the sensual floral massage, Swedish body massage, or the Hawaii lomi-lomi massage; they are the best suited for couples. There are even couples Jacuzzi packages like the Crystal Couple or Mandi Lulur Couple Jacuzzi for a romantic afternoon.
Swanky Club Kyo is located on Cecil Street and offers a splendid venue along with a fantastic DJ line up and stellar libations. The decor is plush, comprising of brilliant mood lighting and top-notch acoustics. Open between Wednesdays through Saturdays, and home to some of the hippest parties, Club Kyo makes for a great night out. If you are looking for a memorable evening, bring along a group of friends and head to this happening spot.
Perched at the 15th floor of Marina Bay Sands, Cé La Vi is a unique dining concept with a bar, lounge, nightclub, and a restaurant. Though the main draw is obviously the dizzying views of Singapore from the restaurant’s location 200 meters (656 feet) above the city, the Asian-inspired menu of haute cuisine and five-star service are equally impressive. Though dining at Cé La Vi comes at a high price, it’s certainly a meal to be remembered.
This unique bar, lounge and restaurant located close to the Golden Landmark Hotel, covers new territory in Historic Kampong Glam. The creators focused on creating a unique space, which they succeeded in doing, perhaps at the cost of proper service. The food is typical East/West fusion with a pretty good rib-eye steak and an excellent salmon fillet. What really draws people to the Blu Jaz is their music, with live jazz, blues, and R&B most nights of the week.
One of Singapore's best couples spa's, Adeva is conveniently located at busy Orchard Road at the Paragon shopping center. Award-winning treatments from top skincare label Natura Bisse and exceptional service make this one of the city's best for a romantic retreat. Perched on the rooftop and occupying a spacious 9,500 square feet, the spa sports a contemporary design aesthetic suited to Singapore's cosmopolitan nature. There are five suites for couples plus another 19 spa rooms for guests to enjoy. The range of treatments is extensive, and includes traditional Chinese Therapy treatments too like the Chi Mu Detox, Meridian Balance, and Tui Na Bodywork. Opt for the couples spa package and enjoy some quality time with unwinding with your partner.
Standing at 117 meters above sea level is this hillock, a signal station in the 19th century named after municipal engineer Captain Charles Edward Faber. The Mount Faber Park is found here, filled with a variety of indigenous trees and shrubs. From the hilltop, Mount Faber commands a fine view of Keppel Harbour, the Financial District, offshore oil refineries, Sentosa Island and on clear days, the Indonesian Riau Archipelago. For the more adventurous, take a hike from Telok Blangah Road to the summit. Alternatively, a comfortable ride on the cable car from the World Trade Centre lets you arrive in good shape.
Singapore Botanic Gardens have proudly found a place on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage list. The gardens are a paradisaical expanse replete with lush, blooming greens that were founded in 1859 with a mission to cultivate plants of economic potential. Today, with more than 600,000 plant specimens, it is clearly one of the world's largest botanical reserves. The park provides a comprehensive introduction to plants in a variety of settings, from rolling lawns and orchid gardens to tropical droves and a rejuvenating rainforest. The grounds of the botanic gardens also harbor various other attractions including options for dining and garden's specifically designed for children.
Featuring more than 700 species of orchids, the National Orchid Garden was opened in 1996 and boasts the largest orchid display in the world. The 2100 hybrids found here are the result of an orchid-breeding program, which began in 1928. Catch a glimpse of Singapore's national flower (Vanda Miss Joaquim) and the diverse breeds of its family in stunning orchid terraces. Publications, orchid plants and other orchid-related items are available at the Entrance Pavilion. Orchid jewelry, made by plating real orchids with gold, makes for great souvenirs and gift ideas.
Coney Island Park is a must visit tourist destination in Singapore. If you love adventure, you must go on a biking trail or take a bus with friends or family to enjoy the treasures of the park. The park is a home to mangroves, casuarinas and many more endangered trees. There are over 80 species of birds, including a variety of parakeets, oriental magpie and robins and baya weavers and animals like Brahman cows, long-tailed macaques and otters. If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you can go on a photography tour or a bird watching expedition to the park.