Too many delights in Singapore

There are any number of reasons to visit the city state of Singapore that has so many sights and so many things to offer. A few are cited here for your convenience.

If you are adventurous and like skydiving, there is a skydiving simulator that you could try in the city state. iFly is the world's largest indoor skydiving simulator and home of the World Skydiving Championships in December. Only thing is here there is no actual jumping, no plunging, no bad weather and no jet to drop you for take-off to skydiving.  In the simulator, you tumble, turn and glide in an 18-metre-high wind tunnel with a glass wall. When you're airborne you feel like you're drifting over the South China Sea. The real sea is so sensitive issue for the Chinese, but you still make it in the simulator.

You could send a picture of yourself in the skydiver gear proudly to your friends and relatives, and they could be fooled into believing that you have really made it, whatever your age or circumstance. You can have some fun over their health concerns for you.

The other tourist spots in Singapore include Gardens by the Bay, with 700,000 living plants.

The city's ethnic neighborhoods, with Little India thrown in.

Marina Bay Sands - one of Singapore's two integrated resorts atop 57th-floor Sands SkyPark. Here, 200 metres above the ground, hotel guests lounge by a 150-metre-long infinity pool on a platform large enough to accommodate over four A380 airliners.

Apply for a Singapore Tourist Visa to visit Singapore. Call now on 1800 103 1555

Posted On : 11 February,2013