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Σιγκαπούρη SingaporeΠλούσια σε ανάπτυξη, υστερεί σε φυσικά τοπία λόγου του μικρού μεγέθους η Σιγκαπούρη είναι ένα μικρό νησί με μέγεθος 704 τετραγωνικά χιλιόμετρα. Άλλα 60 μικρότερα νησάκια συμπεριλαμβάνονται στην περιοχή.

Η πρωτεύουσα Σιγκαπούρη κοσμοπολίτικη με τους φωτισμένους ουρανοξύστες και τα τεράστια Mall, μια πόλη υπερσύγχρονη και από τις πιο ασφαλείς στον κόσμο διαθέτει αρκετά αξιοθέατα μέσα στην πόλη. Η επίσημη γλώσσα της Σιγκαπούρης είναι τα κινέζικα και τα αγγλικά, ενώ ο πληθυσμός της αγγίζει τα πέντε εκατομμύρια.

City of the Future: Singapore – Full Episode | National Geographic

National Geographic

With visionary thinkers and innovators as the guides, City of the Future: Singapore dives deep into the latest innovations and technology being created and implemented to blaze a path into the future.

Regions of Singapore

  • Central Region
  • East Region
  • North-East Region
  • North Region
  • West Region

WALKING AROUND SINGAPORE AT NIGHT | Walking Down The Most Popular Road Orchard Road

Walking Around Singapore At Night is amazing! Orchard Road, just lights with wonderful colors. I can see why it’s the most popular street in Singapore.

Orchard Road is approx. A 2km stretch of road in downtown Singapore filled with major shopping malls such as ION ORCHARD MALL, NGEE ANN CITY, PARAGON SHOPPING CENTER, 313@SOMERSET, ORCHARDGATEWAY & ORCHARD CENTRAL, just to name a few. And is home to all the luxury brands such as LOUIS VUITTON, CHANEL, TIFFANY, CARTIER etc.

The street is filled with colorful lights coming from the storefronts as well as the street lights. There are lots of people wandering around and lots of things happening on ORCHARD ROAD. No wonder this is one of the major tourist attraction in Singapore. If you plan on visiting Singapore, be sure to visit Orchard Road. And make sure to walk around Singapore at Night, especially Orchard Road. As this popular stretch of road transforms and lights up into something different at night.

Από τουριστικής άποψης η Σιγκαπούρη ξεπερνάει τα έντεκα εκατομμύρια επισκέπτες τα τελευταία χρόνια και έχει μια ραγδαία ανάπτυξη στον τομέα αυτόν. Η Σιγκαπούρη ενώνεται με την Μαλαισία με δύο γέφυρες.

Κορυφαία μουσεία στη Σιγκαπούρη

  • ArtScience Museum
  • Εθνικό Μουσείο της Σιγκαπούρης
  • Μουσείο Τέχνης Σιγκαπούρης
  • Φιλοτελικό Μουσείο της Σιγκαπούρης
  • Εθνική Γκαλερί της Σιγκαπούρη
  • Μουσείο Ασιατικών Πολιτισμών
  • The Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum
  • Μουσείο Φυσικής Ιστορίας Lee Kong Chian
  • Mint Museum of Toys

SINGAPORE SKYLINE AT NIGHT | Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, Singapore

This is what Singapore skyline looks like at night from Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, Singapore. The city view from the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade looks just as amazing as the city skyline view from The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands.

By this side is much low-key and all I see are mainly couples in this area. It is a romantic place to bring your partner to though. You get a better view of Marina Bay Sands, from this side and you do eventually end up at the infamous MERLION if you continue walking along the Promenade and over the Jubilee Bridge. I would recommend walking on both sides of the bay if you have the time. It’s quite a nice enjoyable walk.

ArtScience Museum, συνδυάζει όμορφα την τέχνη και την επιστήμη

Το ArtScience Museum βρίσκεται στο θέρετρο Marina Bay Sands, σχεδιασμένο να μοιάζει με ανοιχτό λουλούδι λωτού.


ArtScience Museum

A truly distinctive structure requires left field thinking. Trickled on the edge of Singapore’s concrete jungle, the roots of the ArtScience Museum flow deep underground. Like a floating flower, she hovers over Singapore’s harbour hiding her artistic beauty below ground.

CLEAN, COLOURFUL & HISTORICAL | Exploring Chinatown In Singapore

CLEAN, COLOURFUL & VERY HISTORICAL | Exploring Chinatown In Singapore. Chinatown in Singapore is quite sizable.

It’s clean, full of colour and the buildings are still very historical. Singapore’s Chinatown was much bigger than I thought. It has many streets woven into each other and is quite easy to get to, via the MRT. Just hop off at CHINATOWN MRT station and follow the signs in the subway.

There are lots of pop up stores, selling everything from souvenirs, clothing, merchandise and of course food, plenty of it. The main streets of Chinatown in Pagoda Street, Smith Street, Sago Street, Trengganu Street. Chinatown is a must visit, when you are in Singapore. It’s clean, colourful and has many historical buildings still standing. So be sure to come and explore Singapore’s Chinatown, when you are in town.

Η Ρόδα της Σιγκαπούρης (Singapore Flyer)

Το Flyer της Σιγκαπούρης έχει συνολικό ύψος 165 μέτρων, άνοιξε το 2008 και μπορείτε να απολαύσετε εκπληκτική θέα 360 μοιρών.


Singapore Flyer
A time lapse of one revolution of the Singapore Flyer.

Εικόνες Alpha (Σιγκαπούρη)

Ο Τάσος Δούσης ταξιδεύει στην πολύχρωμη Σιγκαπούρη. Δείτε την Chinatown της Σιγκαπούρης, αγορές στη Μικρή Ινδία και τον εξωτικό παράδεισο του νησιού Μπιντάν της Ινδονησίας.

Top Sights in Singapore

  • Merlion Park
  • Gardens by the Bay
  • Singapore Zoo
  • Sentosa Island
  • Singapore Flyer
  • Universal Studios Singapore
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Orchard Road
  • Little India
  • Singapore Night Safari
  • Chinatown

SINGAPORE CITY AT NIGHT l The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands To The Helix Bridge, Singapore

This is what Singapore city looks like at night. I started this night at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands to The Helix Bridge in Singapore. Singapore city looks amazing at night. I didn’t realize how beautiful it looked.

The city skyline was lite up with the city buildings and you can see it all from The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. I don’t remember Singapore looking this great at night, and it was so good to see so many people out and about, just chilling by the waterside. I definitely enjoyed this walk from The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands to The Helix bridge and I hope you all did also.

Πάρκο Merlion

Σημαντικό τουριστικό αξιοθέατο, σταθερό σύμβολο για όλη τη Σιγκαπούρη, ένα μυθικό πλάσμα με κεφάλι λιονταριού έχει ύψος 8,6 μέτρων.


Merlion Clarke Quay Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Merlion Singapore

The video captures the epicentre of Singapore Tourism – Merlion, Marina Bay (Sands), and Clarke Quay attractions. Merlion has always been the mascot of Singapore and visited by millions; can be enjoyed through ferry and really comes alive during night time – Singapore Flyer and ArtSience Centre is located in the vicinity as well.

Clarke Quay is the popular leisure destination, plenty of restaurants offering sea food and continental cuisine on the banks of Singapore River. The place comes alive after sun goes down with live performances, belly dancing, reverse bungee jumping, and street performances – some of it is captured in the video.

A ferry ride can cover these destinations within a single route and one can hop off and on at will. The entire route is filled with historic landmarks like Fullerton Hotel, Colonial Buildings, et al. Singapore really has come a long way- completely developed with good infrastructure, lot of wealth, and high standard of living.

Shopping Malls in Singapore

      • Ngee Ann City
      • ION Orchard
      • VivoCity
      • Lucky Plaza
      • Raffles City
      • Plaza Singapura
      • Sim Lim Square
      • Mustafa Center
      • Orchard Road
      • Funan Digital Mall
      • Ngee Ann City
      • Raffles City Shopping Centre
      • Orchard Central
      • Suntec City Mall
      • The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

SCENIC VIEW TO GARDENS BY THE BAY SINGAPORE | Secret Level At The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands

This is the scenic view to Gardens By The Bay in Singapore. It is the top level of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

I’m not quite sure if many people know about this top-level at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, cause not many people are up here. But maybe it’s too hot for people to walk around here that’s why. But you get some really nice views of Singapore from up here and you get to see it form a higher perspective.

Although the view is a bit obstructive from all the safety cables and beams. But never the less, it’s still a great view. They even have seating areas up here, where you can just sit and chill. If you would like to come up here and walk to Gardens By The Bay, then head straight up to the top form of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands from the Helix Bridge entrance.

Κήποι από τον κόλπο, πράσινη όαση στη Σιγκαπούρη

Ένα πολύ δημοφιλές αξιοθέατο με εκατομμύρια επισκέπτες κάθε χρόνο, που εκτείνονται σε 101 εκτάρια, στο κέντρο της πόλης.


Gardens by the Bay

Singapore Best Garden – Gardens By The Bay – Cloud Forest / Flower Dome / Skyway / Super Tree

SINGAPORE’S BIGGEST PLAYGROUND – Walking To Sentosa Island From Vivo City Singapore

SINGAPORE’S BIGGEST PLAYGROUND – SENTOSA ISLAND | Walking To Sentosa Island From Vivo City, Singapore. Sentosa Island is Singapore’s Biggest Playground which is home to Universal Studio’s Singapore, Resorts, Casino, Theme Parks, Siloso Beach, and many more fun activities.

Sentosa Island is a must visit if you are visiting Singapore. There’s is plenty of things to do and see, or just relax by the beach. It is only a short walk from Vivo City, Singapore’s largest shopping mall. There are several ways to get from Vico City to Sentosa Island.

You can get to the island by road, monorail, cable car or via the boardwalk. Which is my favorite because not only is it free, but you also get to enjoy the scenic view along the way. Walking to Sentosa Island from Vivo City will take you approx. 15 mins to walk. So be sure to visit Singapore’s Biggest Playground – Sentosa Island is you are planning to go to Singapore. It’s a MUST VISIT.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple


Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Singapore

This Tang-styled Chinese Buddhist temple was conceptualized and designed by the temple’s Chief Abbot Venerable Shi Fa Zhao, with the help of local and overseas consultants. It cost S$75 million to set up and is based on the elements of the Tang Dynasty and the Buddhist Mandala, a symbol of Buddhist culture that represents the universe.

The Buddhist Culture Museum on the third floor holds an array of revered artifacts of the Buddha, such as bone and tongue relics, and the Sacred Light Hall on the fourth floor contains the temple’s centerpiece. The Buddha Tooth Relic is housed in a giant stupa weighing a whopping 3500 kilograms and made from 320 kilograms of gold, of which 234 kilograms were donated by devotees. You’ll have to see the tooth relic from the public viewing area, as only monks are allowed into the relic chamber.

Other highlights include the Eminent Sangha Museum, a theatre that holds cultural performances, talks and film screenings. If you’re looking for a little quiet contemplation amid Chinatown’s hubbub, the roof garden, with its pagoda and Buddha prayer wheel, offers a tranquil hideaway. The tooth is also only available for viewing during certain hours, so be sure to check the website before you go.

Tallest buildings in Singapore

      • Tanjong Pagar Centre 290 m
      • One Raffles Place Tower 1 280 m
      • Republic Plaza 280 m
      • United Overseas Bank Plaza One 280 m
      • Capital Tower 254 m
      • One Raffles Quay North Tower 245 m
      • The Sail @ Marina Bay Tower 1 245 m
      • Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 245 m
      • Ocean Financial Centre 245 m
      • CapitaGreen 242 m
      • Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2 239 m
      • Marina Bay Suites 239 m
      • 8 Shenton Way 235 m
      • Asia Square Tower 1 229 m
      • Marina Bay Residences 227 m
      • Swissôtel The Stamford 226 m
      • Millenia Tower 223 m
      • Asia Square Tower 2 221 m
      • The Orchard Residences 218 m
      • South Beach North Tower 218 m
      • South Beach South Tower 218 m
      • The Sail @ Marina Bay Tower 2 215 m
      • One Shenton Way Tower 1 214 m
      • One Raffles Place Tower 2 209 m
      • OUE Downtown Tower 1 201 m
      • OCBC Centre 198 m
      • Marina Bay Sands Tower 1 194 m
      • Marina Bay Sands Tower 2 194 m
      • Marina Bay Sands Tower 3 194 m
      • Oasia Hotel Downtown 193 m
      • Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1 192 m
      • International Plaza 190 m

FEELS JUST LIKE INDIA! | Walking Through Little India In Singapore

FEELS JUST LIKE INDIA | Walking Through Little India In Singapore (Part 1). I was very surprised when I visited Little India because it just felt like I was in India.

There were lots of people everywhere. And the buildings were so colorful. Traits of the typical Indian design and structure. Little India in Singapore is full of life and rich in culture, everywhere you turn. It was just a wonderful experience walking through Little India and seeing everything going on.

Be sure to visit Little India when you are visiting Singapore. It’s definitely a must and a great cultural experience. There are so many areas to explore in Little India. In this clip, I explored Serangoon Road and Race Course Road.


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