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Singapore has a lot of attractions to offer to its visitors: from the numerous nature parks to the museums and colonial reminders monuments and building, you will for sure find something for you.

The Singapore Botanic Gardens and National orchid garden are two must-visit Singapore attractions for nature lovers. It is not only one of Singapore’s top attractions, but also one of the world’s great venues for botanical study. Visitors usually come here to take a stroll along the nature walks, admire the rain-forest, have picnics, or simply enjoy the beauty of nature.

Esplanade, Singapore

    

The Esplanade is a waterfront location just north of the mouth of the Singapore River in downtown Singapore. It is primarily occupied by the Esplanade Park, and was the venue where one of Singapore's largest congregation of satay outlets until their relocation to Clarke Quay as a result of the construction of a major performance arts venue, the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, which took its name from this location.

Apart from the shows, Singaporeans usually visit the Esplanade for its scenic outdoor view. It overlooks the Singapore river and is in between the Singapore Flyer and Merlion park, making for a good stroll around the vicinity. River ferries stops have been added recently, enhancing its accessibility.

Gardens-by-the-Bay-Singapore

" A night view of Gardens-by-the-Bay of the Supertrees right side image."

A garden by the Bay is a huge, colorful, futuristic park in the bay area of Singapore. The famous Supertree structures offer an impressive sky-walk over the gardens, over-sized seashell-shaped greenhouses recreate chilly mountain climates and there are hundreds of trees and plants to discover, making this destination great fun for both kids and adults. The best place to grasp the size of Gardens by the Bay is from the top of Marina Bay Sands.

Horticultural themed gardens

There are two distinctly different sets of horticultural themed gardens which centre on the relationships between "Plants and People" and "Plants and Planet". They are an important part of the Gardens' edutainment programme, which aims to bring plant knowledge to the public.

The "Plants and People" theme features a Heritage Garden that highlights the various cultural groups in Singapore and the important role that plants play in their respective cultures, as well as the country's colonial history. It also focuses on economically important plants to Singapore and South East Asia. The "Plants and Planet" theme emphasizes the web of relationships amongst the various plants within a fragile forest setting, showcasing the biodiversity of plant life on the planet.

Masjid Ubudiah Malasiya

    

Masjid Ubudiah (or Ubudiah Mosque) stands proudly and majestically in Kuala Kangsar, with its golden dome and minarets creating a spellbinding sight, from near and afar.

The mosque was designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, a government architect who is notably credited for the design of the Ipoh railway station and the Kuala Lumpur railway station.

Built in 1917 during the reign of the 28th Sultan of Perak, Sultan Idris Murshidul’adzam Shah, the Masjid Ubudiah is located beside the Royal Mausoleum on Bukit Chandan. It was commissioned on the orders of the Sultan, who vowed that he would build a mosque of great beauty as thanksgiving for recovery from an illness which plagued him in those early days.