Singapore is one place in the world where people from different ethnicities live together in complete harmony. The country is considered to be a heaven for shopping and Cuisines from all over the world. This place actually looks like India. You get an experience of shopping in Colaba or Delhi. Little India dates back to more than 150 years. It is much more than road side shops. It is about the food, culture and tradition of India under one roof. If you are fond of Indian culture, you can visit the Veerama Kaliamman Temple. You can also grab our hands on sarees sold by the local stalls here. Food is fascinating and shopping is cheap. If you think that Little India is just an Indian neighbourhood you are mistaken as it is a home to a lot of Singaporeans too. Serangoon Road will lead you to a good blend of Churches, Mosques and Chinese Temples. The main commercial activity of Little India happens in Serangoon Road. The area is served by Bus nos – 23, 64, 65, 131, 139 and 147.
Singapore has a good network of roads and is very well connected. This makes traveling completely hassle free and convenient. If you are looking forward to visit all of the above places then i recommend you to travel by bus as not only will it save you some money but also time. Check out redbus.sg for quick ticket booking and awesome discounts!!
Gardens by the Bay
Spread across 100 acres of reclaimed land Gardens by the Bay is the most famous Garden in the whole of Asia. The Park houses 3 water front gardens. It is a place for the entire family, young and old where the old can take a stroll and the young ones can have a great time. This Garden boasts of 8.8 million visitors a year. It was open to the public in 2012. The main aim of this Garden is to increase the Greenery in the city of Singapore. This Garden is certainly a colourful feast for your eyes. The signature attractions of Gardens by the Bay is the Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay South Garden. It is the project that cost its government around 1 billion. The Bay Central Garden acts as a bridge between Bay East and Bay South. Spread across 37 acres of land, the Bay Central Garden as a water front view and hence taking a stroll here will leave you calm and relaxed. The Bay East Garden is spread across 33 acres of land and is a 2 km stretch. The most prominent part of this Bay is that it has leaf shaped gardens. Each of these gardens have their own customised design and theme. The Bay East Garden has a picturesque view of the skyline of Singapore. It is believed that the Water Theme is upcoming here. You can hop on the Bus No. 400 to reach here.