The Unique Ways to Get a View of Singapore

Marina barrageThere are tons of things to do and experience in Singapore. Topping your lists would be the Universal Studios, Marina Bay Sands, Clarke Quay and most probably Sentosa.

One of the many activities overlooked by tourists is getting a scenic and picturesque view of the country from different iconic sites. If you’re not one to be afraid of heights then this can be your next adventure on your next trip to the Little Red Dot: Unique ways of viewing Singapore.

Here are a few places where you can get just that.

The Sentosa Merlion

Other than the Merlion at the country’s Central Business District, the one in Sentosa offers far more than just a site to see. The attraction lets visitors into the Guardian of Prosperity’s mouth and on its crown. Both of which offer a different view to behold.

Step into the Sentosa Merlion mouth and see what the creature is like, up close and personal. The crown, on the other hand, gives you a free view of the surroundings at 60 metres above sea level.

The Marina Barrage

While the barrage is mainly for Singapore’s water supply and flood control, it also doubles as a recreational location for all.

If you just came to relax and see what there is to do in the area, then you definitely have to go back at dusk or dawn to get a glimpse of Singapore. A full picturesque 360-degree view of the city awaits you atop the country’s 15th reservoir.

Jurong Hill

Upon mentioning Jurong Hill, you will probably get funny looks or surprised ones. They are probably wondering how a tourist in the 21st century has come to know of the legend that is only known for its ‘garden of fame’.

The charm of Jurong Hill is not like SG’s newest attractions. Don’t expect a surge of tourists in this area as most would dismiss the infrastructure as an old gem, because it is. A number of dignitaries who visited the country made their way here and even planted trees.

You can expect a unique view of the country alongside the Jurong Port, especially during sunset.

So, you say you’ve been to Singapore, but have you really seen Singapore? Look at the Little Red Dot in unique ways you’ve never done and understand why more people fall in love with the country with every visit.