Perfect Holiday Getaways In Singapore
If there’s any country that you should visit during the holidays, it’s Singapore. With its all-year-round beauty, you’re bound to find your holiday to be a fulfilling one.
A trip to Singapore is filled with memories of embracing the city’s culture. Singapore is home to many sights to see. Not only is it a great place to experience with me, your male escort, but also a fantastic place to bring your loved ones too!
One-Of-A-Kind and One-Of-Every-Kind
Singapore is known for its strict adherence to the law, which shows how orderly they are. With strict rules on jaywalking and spitting, offenders are left not just with a huge fine, but also service hours to the city. First-timers should study these laws to make sure that they don’t get fined.
Commuting around Singapore is easy with its Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system. MRT stations are all automated and self-servicing for easy access to both tourists and locals. Buying a loaded EZlink card on your arrival will be helpful during your stay in Singapore.
Multiple day packages on EZlink passes which can work both on trains and buses are available. These passes have unlimited uses and are a sure budget-saver for those looking to move up and around the city with ease for just under $30.
Here are seven-holiday destinations that you must go to in Singapore.
Gardens by the Bay
The Gardens by the Bay park is both an architectural sight and an ecological miracle to behold. Its main attractions are the various biomes that it houses, from the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, to its Dragonfly Lake. There are different biomes located around the towering supertrees that connect through 128 meters elevated over 22 feet from the ground.
Witness its amazing and exotic tropical plants with the indoor waterfall located in the Cloud Forest. Though it’s mainly a public park, specific areas such as the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest require additional payment.
Lau Pa Sat
The Telok Ayer Market, also known locally as the ‘old market’ or Lau Pa Sat is a landmark and a testament to Singapore’s rich history. Located near Shenton Way, Lau Pa Sat is Singapore’s first fish market, built along the Singapore River around the early 19th century.
From its humble beginnings of being made entirely of wood, efforts in rebuilding the market have improved — the surrounding area by providing locals and tourists with a food court area. Populated with different food stalls featuring various cuisines, Lau Pa Sat is the place to be for people in the nearby business districts.
Clarke Quay used to be a bustling area for merchants and traders. With its upgraded look, shopping around the Orchard Road will lead you to this destination for dining and entertainment by the river. It’s a pitstop of river taxis and cruises so tourists may take pictures of its historical landmarks. Next to it are various historical landmarks such as the Asian Civilisation Museum, the Hong San See Temple, and the Defence Heritage Gallery.
Thrill-seekers and couples might want to try out its bungee-jumping attraction to bring some much-needed blood-pumping action after a long day of lounging and shopping.
Formerly known as Pulau Blakang Mati, or ‘The Island of the Dead Behind’, Sentosa island has developed into a thriving tourist area. With various human-made attractions, it is sure to be on any Singapore holiday trip bucket list. I’ve been through multiple tourist spots here in my time as a male escort in Singapore. Visit famous locations such as Universal Studios Singapore, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Resorts World Sentosa, and Fort Siloso.
Siloso Beach is one of its greatest attractions with access to a wide variety of under-the-sun activities such as beach volleyball, kayaking, and even skimboarding. For those looking for a more wet experience, they can take their dates to its Underwater World aquarium to swim with dolphins.
With a free shuttle service from Beach Station, Sentosa Island is accessible through various forms of public transport including trains, taxis, public buses, and even cable cars.
Universal Studios Singapore
Family holidays aren’t complete without a trip to trying out the country’s famous theme parks. One of the many choices to choose from is Universal Studios Singapore boasting over 49 acres of Resorts World Sentosa with a wide variety of themed locations such as Madagascar, Hollywood, and even Ancient Egypt.
A wide array of the Universal Studios’ properties can be found here as well such as Shrek’s Far Far Away, and Battle Star Galactica’s themed roller coaster together with an indoor look of its Revenge of the Mummy thrill ride.
Besides the wide variety of rides and photo op locations, there are numerous dining options and shopping areas for you to enjoy and purchase souvenirs from
Night Safari Singapore
One of my favorite places to visit as a male escort in Singapore is the Night Safari. They’ve managed to put the old concept of taking a safari trip under the sun to visiting a trail under the moon.
The park boasts several nocturnal creatures such as leopards, lions, and flying foxes. This tour for an excellent date destination as private tours and buggy rides are offered together with educational sessions that can teach you more about the wildlife and its inhabitants.
No trip to Singapore is complete without taking a quick look at Merlion park. A mythical creature featuring the iconic lion’s head with the body of a fish. The merlion is a representation of the city’s humble beginnings as a fishing village. The statue, towering at over 8.6 meters tall, was relocated early on in 2002 so that it can stand upright to overlook the beautiful Marina Bay.
Experience Singapore like never before with me.