4 ideal spots for summer in Singapore
Dolphin Island, Adventure Cove Waterpark or Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum are places that many families with small children choose for this summer.
Here are some new places that you experience to discover a vibrant Singapore and many new things.
Just stood watching hilarious performances of dolphins has become old, by when to Dolphin Island, you also in hands caress and interact with this lovely marine animal. Even you can shake hands, feed them and take pictures with the dolphins. This helps visitors more understand about marine life and about the dolphins. The coach also share knowledge about dolphins, habitat, diet, and their activities for visitors.
At here there are 8 shows to engage visitors can choose which have breakfast with dolphins, touch dolphins, Swimming with dolphins, diving with dolphins... Price of experience depends on the show you participate in, ranging from 48SGD per person.
Address: Dolphin Island, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa.
Prices: 48 SGD
Adventure Cove Waterpark
This is a modern and fun park in The Merlion Nation Island (Singapore). Water park features a sliding pipe system consists of 6 rounds run by special hydraulic first in Southeast Asian region. Tube slide will push the player directly via the ramp up and down, even the circle tubes help bring feeling of excitement.
In addition you can also relax at Bluwater Bay pool with artificial waves along with the lazy river at about 620 m long meandering around jungle and caves. If you want to feel more about life in the sea, visitors can register for swimming, diving, watching 20.000 fishes and colorful corals.
Address: No. 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island. (Google Map)
Prices: Tickets for adults is 36 SGD, children are 26 SGD.
Opening hours: 10AM–6PM
Phone: +65 6577 8888
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Lee Kong Chian's natural history museum first in Singapore with more than one million specimens. Inside the museum are divided into several zones, showcasing the history of the development of life on earth including plants, invertebrates, reptiles, mammals and fish. In which Dino is the most prominent display area with dinosaur fossils.
The uniqueness of the museum is no window. Mok Wei Wei architects believe this is essential in protecting the inside of the museum specimens. He designed the museum inspired by a monolithic block, no windows, and called his design is "the symbol of a natural stone."
Address: 2 Conservatory Dr, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117377 (Google Map)
Opening hours: 10AM–7PM
Phone: +65 6601 3333
Ticket price for adults is 21 SGD, child is 13 SGD.
The Wings of Time (Water & Music Show)
This is the musical fountain show is choreographed and performed by international experts. Located in coastal of Sentosa Island, an integrated program of water performances, laser, 3D representation, filtered tap water, fire effects, and music diaphragm avoided. Thus, the show quickly became a new nightlife place attractive to Singaporeans and tourists alike.
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