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The Lion City (Singapura), also known as Singapore, is made up of the main island plus roughly 64 smaller outlying islands, including Sentosa (the largest of the offshore islands), Pulau Ubin, St. John's Island, and the Sisters Islands. Singapore is officially the Republic of Singapore. Singapore is connected to Malaysia and continental Asia by two bridges. The Malaysian city of Johor Baru on Peninsular Malaysia is connected to Singapore via the Johor-Singapore Causeway.
Malaysia and Indonesia share maritime borders with Singapore
Travel is all about fresh viewpoints and novel ways to see the globe for individuals who enjoy novelty. Beyond Singapore's picturesque skyline, the vibrant city is a wonderland of daring new encounters and life-changing events. Below are some fun facts about Singapore
1.The first night zoo in the world is there.
The world's first night zoo, Singapore's Night Safari offers a nighttime experience unlike any other in the city. Over 1,000 animals from 120 different species are housed in the 35-hectare park, which first opened in 1994, where they are kept in realistic settings at night.
Rekindle your love for the bold, the new and exciting, with these fascinating facts about the Lion City.
2. It's a city full of (artificial) waterfalls.
The first artificial waterfall was created, according to the Mandai Wildlife Reserve, at Jurong Bird Park in 1971. It is thought to be the tallest waterfall in an aviary to date, falling from a height of 30 metres.
A visit to the tallest indoor waterfall in the world is a must-do on any vacation to Singapore. Not just English, but Singlish is also spoken there.
3. Singapore pioneered the first F1 night race
Racecars turn the first corner at the FORMULA ONE Singapore Grand Prix
Held annually since 2008, Grand Prix Season Singapore features a gamut of concerts, racing and entertainment activities, for Formula One fans and visitors of all ages.
It’s one of the world’s greenest cities
4. The Lion City may have been inspired by a tiger in reality.
A side view of the Merlion in the dusk, spewing water into the river
You may be familiar with Singapore's national symbol, the Merlion. The Merlion is a legendary animal with a fish tail and lion head.
5.It is one of the worlds greenest cities
This metropolis of skyscrapers is also a city of luxuriant vegetation. Approximately 700 square kilometres, or close to half of Singapore's land area, is covered in vegetation. There are pockets of unexplored plant life hidden in the most odd locations beyond the countless parks and gardens.
6. There is always something to celebrate in Singapore
 To keep you entertained, the city hosts major sporting, lifestyle, and artistic events throughout the year.
The  Singapore Sports Hub, which also organises a variety of events like live music concerts and mixed martial arts extravaganzas, serves as the venue for the yearly HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens.

Whatever your preferred method of transportation, Singapore's enormous and well-integrated network of roads, trains, buses, and taxis makes travel easy and efficient. With more covered pathways, park links, and initiatives towards a car-lite city, walking, cycling, and other environmentally friendly modes of transportation are made easier.
The Causeway and the Second Link are the two bridges that connect Singapore with Malaysia. A significant aviation centre in Asia is the Singapore Changi Airport. Singapore is renowned for having one of the busiest transshipment ports in the world.
The public transport in Singapore is one of the best in the world and is super convenient and well-linked. Almost every point of attraction is connected by train, bus or taxi. Connections aside the major tourist spots are built at a walkable distance with sheltered walkways.

There are numerous attractions in Singapore, including Kidzania Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay, S.E.A. Aquarium, Sentosa Island, Sentosa Merlion Tower, Trick Eye Museum, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, Butterfly Park, and Insect Kingdom. The following are some popular sights.
Universal Studios Singapore 
Theme park Universal Studios Singapore is housed within Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore's Sentosa Island. In seven themed zones, there are 28 rides, performances, and attractions. One of the six Universal Studios theme parks worldwide, it has six attractions.
Universal Studios Singapore, Southeast Asia's first Hollywood movie theme park, offers a tantalising array of attractions, rides, and other forms of entertainment for both families and thrill-seekers. In fact, the Singapore park's 18 out of 24 movie-themed attractions were specifically created for it.

The Merlion, Universal Studios, Gardens by the Bay, S.E.A Aquarium, and Adventure Cove Waterpark—all a part of Resorts World Sentosa—are frequented by first-time visitors to Singapore. Families are drawn to the Sentosa island by the typical dazzle on show, and travellers make it a point to visit while in Singapore. You can purchase Sentosa Fun passes based on how many attractions and activities you want to participate in. Once you're done with the theme parks, you can also tour a slightly more tranquil area of the island. Siloso, Tanjong, or Palawan beaches are great places to unwind.
An aviary and tourist destination, Jurong Bird Park is located in Jurong, Singapore. The western slope of Jurong Hill, which is the highest point in the Jurong area, is where the bird park is located. It has a total area of 0.2 square kilometres.
Its a Specialty zoo in Singapore known for its huge aviaries is the Jurong Bird Park. The park, which is run by a government-owned organisation, debuted in 1971. It is located on a 20 hectare (48 acre) property on Jurong Hill, which is roughly 24 kilometres (15 miles) from the centre of Singapore. A 2-hectare (5-acre) free-flight aviary is the park's most impressive display, and there are also many additional aviaries there. Around 3,000 birds from more than 300 different species are kept in the park. Numerous parrot, pheasant, hornbill, birds-of-paradise, and other species—mostly from Southeast Asia—breed there in groups. A trackless tram takes guests on a tour of the aviaries, and the exhibits are made to blend in with the verdant surroundings.

Take a ride on the Singapore Flyer, which is reputed to be the biggest observation wheel in the world, if you don't have a phobia of heights. With a height of 165 metres, the Singapore Flyer provides some breathtaking views both during the day and at night. The Singapore River, Marina Bay, Empress Place, and Raffles Place are just a handful of the sights you can see. If you happen to be in Singapore, you must not miss this incredibly wonderful event. 
Enjoy the Singapore Night Safari
The Night Safari is one of the top things to do in Singapore and is a fantastic and unforgettable experience. The Creatures of the Night performance, which provides a 20-minute overview of the species on display here, introduces the visitor to this attraction, which is much more than a zoo. Among the 1000 creatures from all around the world you will see here are one-horned rhinos, wildebeests, gazelles, and Himalayan griffon vultures.

You may find these breathtaking buildings that like something out of a sci-fi movie right in the middle of Singapore. These amazing Supertree constructions, which are a part of Grounds by the Bay, are joined by a skyway that lets visitors take a skywalk that overlooks the gardens. The Flower Dome, which is currently the largest glass greenhouse in the world, is a greenhouse that is also designed like a seashell. The conservatories, gardens, and super trees are amazing.

Chinatown, with its historical red lanterns, authentic and delectable Chinese cuisine, conventional stores and temples, and much more, is the place to go for a vibrant glimpse at contemporary Chinese culture in Singapore. It's simple to lose oneself in the manicured chaos of ceremonies and cultural artefacts, and it's even simpler to forget that you're in contemporary Singapore. Another major draw is food, particularly the delicious, affordable, and diverse street food. 


Singapore's climate is characterised by consistent temperature and pressure, high humidity, and a lot of rain because to its location and exposure to the sea. Between 25 to 31 degrees Celsius are the typical temperatures. 40% of the time, there are thunderstorms. The relative humidity is between 70 and 80 percent. The hottest month is April, the coldest month is January, and the wettest month is November.

The best time to visit Singapore is during the months of February to April. During this time the temperature ranges from 24°C to 32°C. The duration between this month can be termed as the peak season to visit Singapore. Tourists can experience beautiful weather during this time along with the festivities of Chinese New Year, Singapore International Jazz Festival (March), Affordable Art Fair and World Gourmet Summit (April). All these festivals make February to April an ideal time to visit Singapore. However, it is often considered as a year-round destination since there is little or negligible variation in the temperature. Singapore sees the highest number of tourists from December to June as it is an appealing time to visit Singapore, both in terms of festivals and weather.  
There is no particular monsoon season in Singapore. Rainfall is unpredictable and can occur even every day during the late evenings. However, the months from December to March and June to September see the maximum rainfall in Singapore. 

Singapore Visa can be applied through a local contact or a strategic partner in Singapore, your visa application can be submitted electronically using the e-Service.
It is recommended that you apply for an entry visa no later than 30 days before travelling to Singapore.
Indian citizens with active Indian passports are eligible to apply for Singapore visas.
Anyone wishing to visit Singapore for tourism purposes can apply for a visa through Visa Lounge. It is not possible to apply for a visa through the Visa Lounge if you are looking for work in Singapore.