We will spend several hours on Melbourne to Singapore flights, so it makes sense to learn more about what awaits us there. Singapore has something for us all to enjoy, from shopping to visiting a famous theme park.
There are many unusual and quirky facts we can learn about Singapore. Yet we can learn more about it by visiting some of its highlights and attractions too.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
These gardens are now 160 years old, with many established plants spread over more than 200 acres. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are four different entrances to the gardens, and we can also discover heritage trees and sculptures within the grounds.
We can view Singapore from 165 metres in the air if we decide to take a trip on the Singapore Flyer. It will not reach the heady heights of Melbourne to Singapore flights, but it will give us the chance to view the city as we have never seen it before. The slow journey to the top and back down again is one we can savour. How many iconic sights will we spot while on board?
S.E.A stands for South East Asian in this case, which is the name of an aquarium inside Resorts World Sentosa. With over 100,000 marine animals to discover, we can look for our favourites and learn about new species we have never seen before. Giant tanks are filled with fish and mammals of all kinds.
It is worth being alert and looking out of the window on Melbourne to Singapore flights as they approach their destination. We may then be able to spot some of the attractions that await us when our feet are back on the ground once again.