Singapore has now reopened without quarantine for all fully vaccinated COVID-19 travelers from many parts of the world, including Vietnam.
One of the outstanding landmarks of Singapore is the unique and rich “world of museums”. Returning to Singapore this time, visitors can explore the Hell Museum at Haw Par Villa cultural park.
A great check-in place for Gen Z lovers who love thrills.
This destination will give visitors a deeper understanding of the infamous 10 floors of hell. Concepts are hidden in pictures that represent crimes and punishments in the afterlife, across space and time of ancient civilizations.
If you are a lover of “luxury” cuisine, you can learn about 1-Atico restaurant located on the 55th and 56th floors of ION Orchard mall. The prime location at an altitude of 218m above the ground will give diners the experience of admiring the Singapore skyline with a 360-degree view.
Located at the eastern end of Pulau Ubin, Chek Jawa will be an area dedicated to nature and plant lovers. Because, Chek Jawa is the intersection between six main ecosystems – sandy beaches, rocky beaches, seagrass lagoons, coral reefs, mangroves and coastal forests.
Alternatively, you might consider stopping by the urban farm located on the rooftop of the Funan shopping mall. This verdant farm was designed by Edible Garden City. It has more than 50 varieties of fruits and vegetables including mushrooms, edible flowers, okra, mint, watermelon, lemongrass and passion fruit.
Keeping up with the very popular sustainable lifestyle, Green Common is the world’s first store specializing in plant-based products. Products featured here include plant-based milks, plant-based proteins, and vegan meat dishes.
Trips travel Of course, the atmosphere of the festival cannot be lacking. In the near future, Singapore will welcome the Wellness Festival Singapore (WFS) taking place from June 3-12 this year. WFS will be held simultaneously in multiple locations across the Lion Island in in-person, online and hybrid format (combining both online and online).
Besides, there is the Singapore Food Festival (Singapore Food Festival, SFF) for the “gourmet team”. One of the events eagerly awaited by foodies will return from August 26 – September 11, 2022.
Singapore is ready to welcome visitors with many new and unique experiences
In addition, the 8th Singapore International Photography Festival will also be held in the fourth quarter of this year. The festival brings together souls who share a passion for developing art and celebrating photography around the world.
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