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Singapore Attraction

Singapore has been known as famous asia travel destination. Most people from many country go there just for spend their holiday. As we know Singapore is indeed a metropolitan country. High skyscrapers, advanced modes of transportations and growing business are everywhere in the island, yet it also offers a magnificent natural attractions to balance the modern world. You can see some beautiful and rare animals, fascinating plants, as well as green forests in these five destinations in Singapore. So, take a look this natural attractions in Singapore, that become most visited place when visit Singapore.

Singapore Zoo

The rapid developments of Singapore do not abandon the wellbeing of its zoo. Singapore Zoo has one of the best zoos in the world with various tropical animals as well as convenient habitats. Many of the habitants are free-ranging, and amongst the visitor favorites are the wonderful primates: white-faced sakis, cottontop tamarins, siamangs and gibbons. You can also find an almost-extinct species such as proboscis monkeys playing on the trees above your head.

Some more attractions in this place are the Fragile Forest, a place where you can see lemurs, tree kangaroos, mouse deer along with flying foxes, and the Night Safari, which makes it possible for you to see the nocturnal activities of leopards and Malayan tigers.

singapore zoo

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Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

This reserve is not far from the Johor Strait, north of Singapore. It is the habitat of more than 140 bird species. If you are interested to see these multi-colored birds, come here before 10 a.m. and you will see them gliding, swooping and flying around looking for foods.

sungei buloh wetland reserve

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Mount Faber

Not far from Sentosa Island and in the opposite side of the Harbour Front Centre, lies Mount Faber, a perfect place for you to see the grand view of the city from a higher place. You don’t need to waste your energy by hiking all the way to the summit of this mount because there are cable cars and shuttle buses waiting to escort you there. This place provides many seats, lookouts, and pavilions in strategic positions, which will give you convenient spots to watch the fascinating views below.

Mount Faber

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Singapore’s Botanic Gardens

This is exactly the right place to go if you want to find an escape from the busy city around you and find serenity and peace. The garden has a beautiful design with a swan lake, green rainforest along with a well kept bonsai and orchid garden, which won’t exhaust your eyes.

Singapore’s Botanic Gardens

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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

This destination is the highest spot in the city at 163 meters above the sea level. This rainforest is rich with vegetations that will make you forget that you are actually in the middle of the city. To help you explore the area, there are many concreted trails leading to numerous points of the wilderness. Side by side with this spot is the MacRitchie Reservoir nature reserve, a place where you can find so many species of plants with ranging sizes and free animals such as monitor lizards, macaques, flying lemurs, and even pythons.

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

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