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While you're in Singapore, it is essential to get a feel for the culture and history of the island. Head downtown to the Chinatown Heritage Center and view authentic bits of Singapore history, such as old bedroom sets, kitchens, and street scenes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Then, head over to the Muslim Quarter to visit Haji Lane, the fashionista's paradise. Peek in the little shops, and enjoy the variety of goods that are available for sale.
The Singapore Flyer is a massive observation wheel, 165 meters high. Try to ride on the Ferris wheel at dusk to enjoy the beautiful sunset, and the downtown skyscrapers are softly lit. This is a sight that is not to be missed.
Take some time to stroll through the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a bucolic oasis filled with greenery, flowers, and rainforest flora. The National Orchid Garden has over 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids. Don't miss this amazing spot!
For a unique site, visit the Cloud Forest, part of Gardens by the Bay. This dome contains an aerial walkway around a top of a faux mountain boasting plants such as ferns orchids, conifers, and more. This beautiful and mysterious place is just one of the many plant domes that hover over Singapore, small oases amid a thriving and bustling city.
Singapore is an extremely large city, with many different districts and 5 million people living there. That said, the public transportation system is very good, and taxis are relatively inexpensive. The Singapore Tourist pass is also something to consider, as it makes it easy to travel on buses. You can also rent a car, although this is not a popular option. Trishaws, three-wheeled bicycles, are only good for fun, not serious travel. Bumboat cruises are also available to see the island from the water.