The Lion City, or Singapore as you probably know it, is full of cultural, diverse, and downright fun things to see. It would take an age to list them all, but put it this way, a visit will not be boring!
Singapore is jam-packed with attractions, both historical and modern, which is what makes this city so wonderful – an intoxicating blend of old and new.
One of the activities I most like when traveling is to go to concerts and live a unique experience while watching the excitement and feeling of local people living an event.
Singapore, despite being the smallest nation in Southeast Asia, has proved that it has progressive world-class facilities and provides a cultural experience like no other in performances and festivities.
In barely a month Michael Buble´s concert will be held at the Marina Bay Sands Grand Ballroom. If you're in Singapore on Friday January 16 2015, 7:00pm or Saturday January 17 2015 then this concert would be a must-see event. Michael Buble tickets are on offer right now so snap them up before it's too late.
Michael Buble is four-time Grammy award winner and several Juno awards winner, he is a privileged with a fantastic and overwhelming voice that fills every moment of the concert with strength and generosity, and is one of my favorite singers.
In Singapore, you can get ticket online through various booking websites that retail these tickets, but I recommend you buy tickets through the website Ticketbis which is very successful in conducting online ticket sale for almost all events in Singapore.
Order your Singapore concert tickets now and experience a whole new dimension in a mix of jazz, soul and swing music. Tickets are available at Ticketbis - Your Ticket to Fun!
Here are a few ideas of fun things you might like to see and do during your visit to the Lion City.
Be colourful in Chinatown
Most versions of Chinatown the world over are colourful and vibrant, but this is as close as you’re going to get without actually being there! Locals meander around, mingling with tourists, with street food and traditional restaurants, ideal to check out the local seafood and other cuisines; chilli crab is a must try!
Nocturnal safari fun
Singapore Zoo during the day is fun and packed with life-like enclosures, making you feel like you’re within the animals’ own habitat, however the night safari is a definite must-do. Bushwalk trails, tram safari, as well as the fun and educational Creatures of the night show will fill your evening with a difference.
Adrenaline-fuelled fun at Universal Studios
Cutting edge rides, shows, and interactive entertainment is as standard at Universal Studios, and if you fancy a change from city life, and a chance to scream at the top of your lungs, this is fun with a capital F, as well as being hugely popular, so get there early or book in advance.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Singapore’s highest peak is surrounded by a beautiful, untouched reserve of rainforest, with many walking trails, the main one taking you right up to the summit of the peak. You’ll pass beautiful scenery, as well as making friends with the odd monkey, many birds, and you could spot a python – from a distance of course!
Cruise the Singapore River
Bumboats might sound odd, but they are actually a traditional form of water transportation, so for a fun, cultural adventure, this is a must! Full of charm, you’ll chug along the Singapore River, passing traditional architecture.
Pose in Merlion Park
A photo beside the famous half fish/half lion monument which squirts out water is a must for your trip to Singapore. This is actually a national icon, but also a very famous photo opportunity.
Fun in Singapore isn’t hard to find, and these are only a handful of suggestions. Explore the Lion City and see what other fun you can stumble across!