Viral video in 2013 on the must-see places in Singapore shows you where to go.
The three-minute video “Koi Suru Fortune Cookie” was made by four Japanese exchange students at the National University of Singapore, and features 170 people dancing at 45 hot spots in Singapore:
Must see places in Singapore video about “We are studying in Singapore as an exchange student from Japan. This video introduces Singapore tourist spots and culture. Please enjoy Singapore in this 3 minutes Video! Thank you for all who helped our project!”
A comment on Youtube video said, “Hi makers of this video, I as a Singaporean am so touched by your efforts. Thanks for highlighting the beauty of Singapore and I hope that you will enjoy your stay here. I visited Japan twice before and it left me a deep impression of a heartwarming, very considerate and very clean country. Maybe Singapore exchange students in Japan can do a similar video highlighting Japan in return?”
Take time to visit MegaZip, Sentosa Island — For some, zip lines are old hat.
The MegaZip on Sentosa Island is an opportunity to swallow fear. Owned by former British army officer Alexander Blyth, MegaZip is billed as “one of the most extreme zip wires in Asia.” It runs 450 metres from a treed hilltop to a tiny islet of sand just off the beach below.
And must see places in Singapore, the National Orchid Garden, Singapore Botanical Gardens — The rest of our firsts were either free or inexpensive, including a free visit to the Singapore Botanical Garden, a 74-hectare paradise of tropical forests and parkland, the showpiece of a city obsessed with horticulture.