Principal attractions in Singapore
It was built in 1929, and it was named after Lord Elgin. The purpose of the building was to make a connection between Chinese traders in the south of Singapore River and Indian merchants from north side. Today we can get there either from North Bridge Road or the South Bridge Road.
National emblem in Singapore, Merlion is a mythological beast located at the river rim. Created in 1972 as a tourist attraction, the Merlion is fascinating, especially at night when the lights and when the mouth begins to draw water. From here, you have a full view of the city.
Situated very close to shore, Sentosa Island is a popular attraction, where you reach countless possibilities for relaxation and fun, including a beautiful beach, golf courses and spas. Sentosa Resort and Spa is a luxurious hotel, situated on a cliff where you can admire the South China Sea and the 11 hectares of rainforest. Each room, decorated with fine and elegant fabrics and furnished in dark shades, is equipped with 42 inch plasma screen, DVD player and provides internet access. Luxurious Spa Botanic, Singapore’s first tropical garden spa, offers guests mud pools, steam baths, massages and treatments.