7 Best Places to Visit in Singapore and Malaysia

Singapore and Malaysia are the wonderlands of Asia. Exploring the vast expanse of both the country is an overwhelming experience. You will be enchanted by beautiful cities, cultural heritage, long beaches, and spectacular sights. From Feasting, shopping, parks, and wildlife you will find it bountiful. 

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Here are the best places to visit on a tour of Singapore and Malaysia:

Sentosa Island, Singapore

Santosa, SingaporeSentosa Island was conceived for complete leisure time. Here you can lounge on the beaches and get a tane. You can find plenty of activities to do on the island’s golf course. The theme parks, shopping malls, dining restaurants, and places will pamper you with choices. Some attractions include Resorts World Sentosa, Universal studios, Fort Siloso, and Capella Hotel.

Garden by the bay, Singapore

Garden by the bay, SingaporeSpread across the expanse of 250 acres, Garden by the bay is a must-visit island. The island Is covered with a lush green garden. You will see towering steel-framed super-tree structures. Then the two greenhouses were filled with orchids and plants.

National Gallery, Singapore

National Gallery, SingaporeAt the national gallery, you will find the largest and most valuable collections of modern art in Southeast Asia numbering 8000 masterpieces. The gallery is the jewel in Singapore’s crown and a delight for aesthetes across the world. As you scroll across the gallery you will find collections of Italian Renaissance paintings with works of great Florentine and Venetian painters of that period. Also impressive works of British, French, and Spanish painters from the 15th to 19th centuries.

Singapore Night Safari

Singapore Night SafariEmbark on a wild nocturnal adventure. Night Safari is an awesome experience, a guided tram ride together with night encounters is a must. This zoo is an unusual world-class attraction that is a habitat for exotic and endangered animal species including Himalayan griffon vultures, gazelles, rhinoceroses, and wild cats. This zoo also happens to be a rescue, conservation, and research center. Here you can enjoy gourmet food while exploring the night adventures.

Skywalk on Petronas Twin Towers, Malaysia

Skywalk on Petronas Twin Towers, MalaysiaThe twin towers are an iconic structure in the world. These towers are the tallest in the world. If you enjoy the skywalk then there is a bridge that connects two towers. You will get a bird’s eye view of Kuala Lumpur city from the top of the skyscraper.

Portuguese Architecture in Malacca, Malaysia

Portuguese Architecture in Malacca, MalaysiaLocated next to Malacca Strait, Malacca is an architectural wonder of the country. It was priorly a Portuguese colony, you will find Portuguese influence in churches, buildings, galleries, museums, and other historic places. The city provides Double-decker bus services for tourists to move around the city.

Orangutans in Sabah, Malaysia

Orangutans in Sabah, MalaysiaYou can watch the arboreal apes covered with reddish-brown hair in Sandakan in the state of Sabah, East Malaysia. Sepilok is the first orangutan rehabilitation center that opened in 1960. This center is home to orphaned apes or those rescued from illegal possessions. This is a point of the major attraction for tourists. Make your tour a memorable experience with family and friends.You can also book cruise vacation packages where you can have an amazing experience on the cruise during vacations. If you are looking for recommendations for your own ideal itineraries, please contact our Akshar Tours team for the most comprehensive Malaysia-Singapore Travel Guide.



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