Unique tourism in Singapore is always increasing. Ranging from open parks to theme parks. Some of the tourist attractions in Singapore and the following explanation can be used as reference references for planning a holiday trip to Singapore.

1. Merlion
The Merlion comes from a combination of two syllables, namely "mermaid" and "lion" or mermaids and lions, because this Merlion statue is a Lion-shaped head and its bottom is in the form of a body and tail of a fish. This statue is the mascot of Singapore, so it is always crowded with tourists who want to take pictures with the Merlion background as evidence of having visited Singapore. Merlion Park, which is located right in front of the Singapore River, is open 24 hours a day, and anyone who wants to visit the place is free of charge. Therefore this park must be included in the main list of visits

2. Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios Singapore is the largest theme park in Singapore that offers a variety of entertainment, both for children and parents. Therefore this place is never empty of visitors, especially during holidays. So if you want to enjoy all the available rides, it is advisable to come in the morning, because if it is a bit late then you have to wait for a long queue. Various interesting rides that you can't even find in Indonesia you can enjoy here. Some of them are: Transformer the ride 3D, Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, Jurassic Park Rapid Adventure (rafting), Lights, Camera, Actions !, Revenge of the Mummy (demon roller coaster), Roller coaster Battlestar Galactica, Canopy Flyer, Enchanted Airways (mini roller coaster), 4D Sherk, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure (like a puppet palace), and others.

3.Underwater World
This Oceanorium is a 6 mm thick underwater tunnel that allows visitors to see various kinds of fish and other marine animals. A total of 2500 marine animals consisting of 2560 species from all corners of the world inhabit the oceanorium. If you see it, it's still not satisfying, visitors can also interact directly with the sea animals through the Swim with the Dolpins activity and Dive With the Sharks. Swim with the Dolpins costs SGD 170.00 per person to swim with dolphins for 60 minutes. While the cost of Dive With the Sharks is as much as SGD 120.00 per person to swim with sharks. Of course, during these two activities, visitors will be accompanied by a professional guide.

4. Orchard Road
For shopping enthusiasts, this is where the city is, because Orchard Road is the most popular shopping center in Asia. In the past, precisely in 1850, this place was only a place for culinary snacks, traditional markets, temples and burial sites. So complete the items sold here, you can get any type of goods you need with various types, quality and prices. Likewise with food menus sold in restaurants and culinary centers, consisting of various menus in all corners of the world.

5. Haji Lane
Haji Lane is very famous for its independent boutique centers and works of art. One thing that makes it unique is that some paintings on the wall are very high, long, and colorful. Indonesians most like to pose and upload them on social media. Most of them would argue that this place is very instagramable. Prepare clothes that match a colorful and split background like top models.

6. Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is a building built with the single most expensive investment in the world at a cost of SGD 8 billion or around Rp.56 trillion. This building overlooking Marina Bay is an integrated entertainment center that has 2,561 hotel rooms, 2 malls, 2 theater, 2 floating pavilions, 7 celebrity chef restaurants, and kasiono which has 600 gambling tables and 1500 jackpot machines. The landmark also has the largest hanging space in the world with a 67 meter cantilever length found on tower 3 in the north tower. The hanging space is covered by Sands Sky Park with a length of 340 meters with a capacity of 3900 people, and there is an infinity edge with a length of 150 meters.

7. Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is an artificial park that combines plant elements and high technology. In this park there is an artificial tree that can light up and emit Rhapsody music at night. Apart from being free, Gardens by the Bay is also open day and night, every day. You can enjoy the Garden Rhapsody at night, rhapsody lights and music performances in this most iconic park in Singapore. How to get to Gardens by the Bay is to take the MRT and get off at the BayFront station, then exit exit B, cross the Dragonfly Bridge or Meadow Bridge and head to Gardens by the Bay