Singapore Destination Highlights According to Google Streetview

Google Streetview is a great tool for those who are eager to find new places to visit in Singapore. Google Street view has curated several locations everyone should check out here in SG. Here are some of those locations.

1. Mount Faber Park
Mount Faber Park is one of the oldest parks in Singapore. It is located atop Mount Faber, a hill about 105 meters in height. For those who like to be surrounded by nature, Mount Faber is covered by a secondary rainforest so that you can surround yourself with nature.

There is a lot to do in Mount Faber. There is bird watching, guided tours, and exercising along its trails. Its location also allows its patrons to see the sights of Sentosa and other Southern Islands.

It is open 24 hours and is located on Mount Faber Road.

2. Punggol Promenade Point Walk
Overlooking the Straits of Johor, the Punggol Promenade is ideal for a romantic walk by the seaside, or a meditative stroll while enjoying the greenery.

The nearby Punggol Point Park is also an ideal place where you can simply lounge and take in the view. If the snacking mood ever strikes, there are various outlets available that serve food and beverages near the park. There is also a nearby playground where children can play. While waiting for the perfect shot of the sunset, you can do many other activities available to do in the park, like cycling and horseback riding.

3. St. John Island
Previously called Pulau Sakijang Bendera, St. John Island is one of the Southern Islands of Singapore. This island is 40.5 hectares of quiet beauty, a quick escape from the noise of the mainland. It is a spot perfect for rest and relaxation, with its white sand beaches and beautiful bright blue waters.

Visitors can choose to stay in one of the many chalets and bungalows available on the island or camp out on the ground. There are many locations where one could choose to spend their time on: picnic grounds, trekking routes, and soccer fields. Fishing is also available on the island, as well as monthly guided tours. As a bonus, St. John Island also houses a huge stray cat population that is friendly to humans.

St. John Island can be accessed from the Marina South Pier.

4. Singapore Botanic Gardens
Back in 2015, The Singapore Botanic Gardens was honored as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites and has been the only tropical park included in the list. It has also been ranked as Asia’s biggest park attraction since 2013 by TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice Awards. The Gardens founded in 1859 and continues to contribute to the scientific community from its studies on various facets of botany.

The Singapore Botanic Garden is open from 5 am to midnight daily.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Post Navigation