Thian Hock Keng is Singapore’s most photogenic buildings and the oldest Chinese temple. you will find the most photogenic buildings you will find in Singapore. The temple which was built in 1840, was made from the finest materials available at the time. Today, you will still find great architectural wonders in this cosmopolitan city which mostly attracts anyone who sees them.
Experience traditional Chinese life
Experience a real sense of Chinese culture when you visit to Chinatown. Your can find many craft shops, stalls and restaurants, and temples here. Chinatown Food Street is a great place to find some char kway teow and grilled meats.
Relax in Singapore Botanic Gardens
Unwind in Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage site. It is made of 52 hectares of gardens and forests. The National Orchid Garden, which is the main attraction of the area has over 1,000 species of orchids. Travellers can enjoy a day at the Gardens from 5 am to 12 am for free and see the rainforest, ginger garden, waterfalls, and different types of streams.
Visit Little India
Your trip to Singapore is not complete without a visit to the lively ethnic district of Little India. Here you can find delicious food, fresh vegetables, interesting souvenirs and snacks at a cheap price. Try their local favourites such as the roti prata or pancakes and the Tarik or pulled tea.