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Singapore cable car

Singapore cable carWhen you travel elsewhere for fun, you would most likely require a vehicle with you all the time, right? That’s not the case when you visit Singapore. Your feet can take you further and help you make the most of your vacation.

Strolling in Singapore can be difficult if you don’t know where to go or what to do. With the limited time you have, covering only strategic places is your best option.

See the buskers of Sentosa

This should be your first stop if you’re looking for a wholesome yet affordable entertainment. Buskers Sentosa says that watching the buskers perform will surely make your stay worthwhile. You get to have a hands-on experience like walking on the slack ropes or spinning plates as a bonus, as well. Use the travellators of VivoCity Shopping Mall’s waterfront promenade to reach Sentosa.

Ride the cable cars to Mount Faber

People say that when you ride the cable cars of Singapore, you’ll almost see all it has to offer. A trip via cable car to Mount Faber gives you a 360 degree view of the country’s attractions, including the harbor front and the southern islands. This is where you’ll know what sky dining is all about as you take your meal above the clouds. You’ll find these cars by walking towards Imbiah Sentosa Cable Car Station.

Eat, pray and buy in Chinatown

Singapore’s Chinatown has a mixture of old and new things to feast your eyes on. It has a one-place-fits-all feel whether you are looking for authentic dishes, historical sites or native stuff to take home. Eat char kway teow (stir-fried noodles) or satay at the food street. Don’t forget to buy souvenirs in Pagoda Street to complete your trip. Take the MRT and stop at Chinatown Station to reach the place.

Taking a leisurely walk is the best way to experience Singapore’s delights. Your feet can take you to the best of places, that is, if you know where to look and go. Head over to these places and you might feel that you’ve visited for days instead of hours.

Terohan Nula