Three Historic Places To Visit In Singapore
Singapore is known across the world for being the fourth country with the most millionaires in the world. Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore is a favourite destination for the wealthy.
With its exquisite hotels and malls, the country which is rich in history is a perfect destination for those who want to get in touch with history, for geeks and those who just want to have fun.
Some of the top sites include:
The Raffles Hotel
The Raffles Hotel is one of the last 19th century hotels. Established in 1887, this hotel once entertained Charlie Chaplin, Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling during their visit to the country. It is also home to the Raffles Landing Site, the site where Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore, first stepped foot in 1819.
The Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay Sands transports you to a world of peace and quiet once you step in. Take a journey through The Supertree Grove to see futuristic structures. Also, visit Cloud Forest Dome and you would be amazed at the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
Changi Chapel And Museum
Singapore witnessed the effects of the WWII. To tell the story of the over 40,000 people who suffered during this time, the Changi Chapel and Museum has photographs and heartbreaking letters, as well as drawings of these people. Here, you will find recreated paintings of the original murals of the Bombardier Stanley Warren.