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Want to explore maximum points in Singapore(adventurous, nature&Widlife, top places) within two days. What are options for assisted tours?

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City: Singapore

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Country: Singapore

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Do visit the island Santosa! it is fun, they have a theme park, dolphin show, casino, cable car rides etc
Take a ferry out to Pulau Ubin (ferry is about $2 if i'm not wrong). You can spend the entire day biking the nature trails there. Unknown to many people, Pulau Ubin actually has more than 5 types of eco-habitats. There are tons of animals and birds there. For bird watching i recommend going before the sun hits high noon (between 7am and 11am is best). Aside from the Zoo/birdpark, Ubin is the best place to observe and experience real wildlife.

Regarding adventure.. Singapore is sadly severely lacking in this area. If you enjoy hair raising rides, try the reverse bungee near clarke quay. Sentosa has quite a few attractions as well. Segway rides, 4D magix, and Universal Studios should more or less give you enough to do for a day. For the Universal Studios Theme Park, expect long queues for the rides, also, you'll need to buy your tickets quite far in advance.

Hope this helped.

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Take a ferry out to Pulau Ubin (ferry is about $2 if i'm not wrong). You can spend the entire day biking the nature trails there. Unknown to many people, Pulau Ubin actually has more than 5 types of eco-habitats. There are tons of animals and birds there. For bird watching i recommend going before the sun hits high noon (between 7am and 11am is best). Aside from the Zoo/birdpark, Ubin is the best place to observe and experience real wildlife.

Regarding adventure.. Singapore is sadly severely lacking in this area. If you enjoy hair raising rides, try the reverse bungee near clarke quay. Sentosa has quite a few attractions as well. Segway rides, 4D magix, and Universal Studios should more or less give you enough to do for a day. For the Universal Studios Theme Park, expect long queues for the rides, also, you'll need to buy your tickets quite far in advance.

Hope this helped.

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Singapore Zoological Garden is the day zoo. Night Safari is the night zoo where you are able to see the animals wonder around the zoo at nights. The website is website. You able to Singapore Bird Park being located in the west part of Singapore known as Jurong. Without one of the Singapore's founding father, Dr Goh Keng Swee, this place was very swampy. This place had become an industrial area. Bukit Timah Hill is the only hill in Singapore at the sea level of 166 m tall.

To see bird on migration, you can visit Sungei Buloh Nature Reserves for birds. You able to take pictures too.
There are a few places for nature and wildlife. The Zoo and Night Safari are man-made environments but have been crafted such that they retain semblance of the natural setting while allowing visitors to get close to the animals. The Botanic Gardens is another place to sight many of the local plant life in a semi-natural setting. The Gardens also house the National Orchid Garden, which has many orchids named after many world dignitaries. It is also the first place to plant the rubber seeds which were smuggled out of South America, enabling the rubber industry to start.

Sungei Buloh is a nature reserve where migratory birds can be sighted. Bt Timah Nature Reserve has quite a number of flora and fauna. It has been left untouched by the progress that has been going on around it, making it one of the world's largest nature reserves within a city. Off-shore, there are a number of islands such as Pulau Ubin which provide a more rustic getaway.

There are a few places in Sentosa to get an adrenaline fix. The MegaZip Adventure Park allows one to fly across zip lines at speed. The Luge also gives one a short ride down a hill. The newest attraction is iFly, where you step into a wind chamber and are blown afloat and take an individual flight. Of course, the biggest thrill can be obtained at Universal World aboard the Battlestar Galactica roller coaster ride, the world's largest duelling roller coaster ride.

The world's largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer, can take you on a half hour flight to take in the scenic view of the city and beyond.

There are many other attractions in Singapore and you can visit website or website to check out more. If you wish to take in eerie night tours, contact Singapore Paranormal Investigations at website where they organise occasional walks.
Step into the nature reserves and journey back in time to the days before Sir Stamford Raffles arrived, when much of the island was covered with lowland, tropical forest. Though much of Singapore's original vegetation had been cleared for logging and cultivation, the forest at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve has remained relatively undisturbed. Likewise, patches of primary rainforest can be seen around the MacRitchie area and Nee Soon Swamp at the Central Catchment Nature Reserve.

These nature reserves bounded 4 reservoirs - namely MacRitchie Reservoir, Lower Peirce Reservoir, Upper Peirce Reservoir and Upper Seletar Reservoir. The nature reserves act as water catchment for the reservoirs, in addition, the nature reserves also ensure the quality of water in the reservoirs.
Well...for Nature,I would recommend Bukit Timah Nature Reserve as it has remained relatively undisturbed. Or the Sungei Buloh Nature Reserves whereby u get to see the birds in its natural habitat.

Whereas for adventure,it would be good to make a trip to Sentosa & u can spend a day there as there are lots to do. With the Latest addition attraction of iFly where u get to experience some kind of parachuting. Alot to see & do at Universal Studios as well.

For wildlife a trip to the Zoo and Night Safari would be most apt. They are man-made environments but crafted such that they retain resemblance of the natural setting while allowing visitors to get close to the animals.
Well...I hope u will enjoy yourself with so much to squeeze into 2 days.

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