One of the greatest cities in the world, Singapore is an ever expanding cosmopolitan hub that is beautiful to visit, the city will provide you with a different kind of experience. I visited many times this city and each time we arrived here by airplane. In the most recent trip we had 2 flights, as there are no direct flights to Singapore from Madrid. The first flight was Madrid – London and then London – Singapore. But you can also visit the country by road if you come from Malaysia, or by water through a cruise.
Tropical climate with temperatures averaging typically around the year between 24 degrees Celsius 32 degrees Celsius.
Singapore is one of the safest places you can visit in Asia. For travellers, even solo women you will feel safe and comfortable during your visit. I visited the city with my boyfriend, but if I would have travelled solo I wouldn’t have had any reason to be worried about my safety.
GARDENS BY THE BAY
The fabulous city of Singapore is filled with so much to explore. From modern skyscrapers to inner-city gardens and jungles, you’ll never run out of exciting things to do in Singapore. With just a few hours to explore the city we decided to see the iconic Gardens by de Bay. This was one place I couldn’t wait to visit. I snapped many photos, because it’s hard to resist to this lovely place.
I think everyone should see Marina Bay Gardens, as it really went beyond my expectations and imagination and it is among the top things to do in Singapore! Even this is your second, third or tenth trip to Singapore, I definitely recommend you come back to see the Gardens by the Bay.
The Botanical Garden in Singapore is such a beautiful park! You can wander on its alleys and get lost between the trees and the entire area full of endless variety of plants. There are 314 species of plants, 3 lakes and I recommend you take your time to explore as much as you can!
Singapore’s sprawling bay area is home to several of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Start your journey by taking in the sights and sounds of this laidback area. Walk along the promenade where you’ll get the best vantage point over the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. From here I saw the city’s best views, snapped photos of colourful street art, lovely architecture and explored temples!