The island city-state of Singapore is the only city-state in the world that is also an island. This popular cruise port is located off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula and just north of the equator, offering a wonderful tropical rainforest climate year round. Eastern and Western cultural influences blend seamlessly in Singapore through culture, religions and ancient treasures. Filled with incredible high end fashion shopping on Orchard Road, wonderful antique shops in Chinatown, dozens of peaceful city parks and the cuisine is a national obsession. Cruise to Singapore for activities to fill everyone’s interests.
- Wander around the 120-plus acres of the Singapore Botanic Gardens where there is a rainforest, lake and many gardens where medicinal herbs and different types of ginger are grown. The National Orchid Garden is also in the vicinity of the Botanic Gardens.
- The Singapore Zoo features more than 3,200 mammals, reptiles, fish and birds across its 70-acre park.
- Soar to the top of the 165-meter-high Flyer which is currently one of the world’s largest observation wheels where you can enjoy a birds-eye view of downtown Singapore.
- It is a must to visit the Chinatown Heritage Center which is a small museum that includes much of Singapore’s early history.