Things to do:
1. ABOUT URA:
1. ABOUT URA:
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) is Singapore’s national land use planning authority. URA prepares long term strategic plans, as well as detailed local area plans, for physical development, and then co-ordinates and guides efforts to bring these plans to reality. URA has to take into consideration not just the needs of the city but all the needs of an independent nation and provide sufficient land for economic growth and future development.
2. SINGAPORE DISCOVERY CENTRE:
3. ULU ULU SAFARI RESTAURANT:
Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant will give you an experience of dining amidst a rainforest ambience. Tucked in a cosy enclave of Singapore’s multiple awards winning night safari, this 600 seater restaurant offers a quaint dining experience reminiscent of the old villages. Here, diners can satisfy their hunger for good food as they whet their appetite for culture and adventure. It is a perfect venue for heart-warming gatherings and cosy dinners.
4. SINGAPORE ZOO:
On 23rd June 1973, the Singapore Zoo opened its gates for the first time with a collection of 270 animals from over 72 species, and a staff 130. By 1990, 1600 animals from more than 160 species lived in social groups, housed in 65 landscaped exhibits with boundaries conceived to look as natural as possible. Today the zoo is model of the ‘open zoo’ concept. The animals are kept in spacious, landscaped enclosures, separated from the visitors by either dry or wet moats. Among various attractions that the zoo offers, one highlight is the “Breakfast with an Orangutan” programme that allows visitors to interact closely with the orangutan’s in the zoo. Animal shows as well as token feedings coupled with live commentaries by keepers, are also the daily staple in the zoo.
One thing to keep in mind is that, you need to plan ahead of time to get better deals for the Singapore tour.