Student View Travel Guides: Singapore

Welcome to Student View’s new series, Student View Travel Guides! Our first destination is the stunning Southeast Asian island country of Singapore.

Singapore is now among the top 10 most popular countries for Australians to travel to and it’s little wonder why. The food, the sightseeing, the nightlife and shopping are exciting and exotic.

Here are 5 must see places in Singapore!


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Like something out of James Cameron’s Avatar, Gardens by the Bay is a spectacular display of Singapore’s garden artistry. Spanning 101 hectares, at the heart of Singapore’s new downtown – Marina Bay. Gardens by the Bay comprises of three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bringing the world of plants to Singapore and presenting Singapore to the world.

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Paul Baker, one of the main architects who designed Gardens by the Bay discusses Singapore’s iconic award winning greenhouse in this exclusive video produced by Dezeen.


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The world’s tallest indoor waterfall located within Gardens by the Bay. Be amazed as you explore the mist-filled Cloud Walk and Treetop Walk, an experience you won’t forget!


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Singapore’s iconic landmark the Merlion is a must see major tourist attraction. Located at One Fullerton, Singapore, near the Central Business District. The Merlion is the mythical symbol of Singapore. The fish tail represents Singapore’s origin as a fishing village when it was called Temasek (“Sea Town” in Javanese). The Lion head represents Singapore’s original name ‘Singapura’ meaning “Lion City”.


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 Built in 2007, the Buddha Tooth Relic Museum is a popular tourist attraction located in Singapore’s Chinatown. The temple’s rich colours and intricate interior design exhibits the artistry of Buddhism and showcases the history of Buddhist culture on its walls. The temple’s name comes from the ancient story of what Buddhist’s regard as the left canine tooth of Buddha which is displayed at the temple.



Explore the underwater world at Sentosa Island. S.E.A. Aquarium houses more than 100,000 marine life of over 1000 species. It’s a sight to behold!

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