Five Popular Iconic Features in Singapore

There are many things to do when you visit this island state city found in Southern Malaysia. Singapore has grown to become not only a global financial center but also one of the most visited places in the world. It hosts some of the most beautiful and unique features in the world. Here are the five most popular iconic features in Singapore.

Tanjong Pagar Center

This is the tallest building in Singapore at a height of 290m. The area of Tanjong Pagar Centre has for a long time been one of the most visited historical sites in Singapore. The Tanjong Pagar brought in extra freshness to the area. It has modern leisure activities, a classy modern Grade A office component.


Helix Bridge

This bridge in Singapore is the first double helix bridge in the world. The pedestrian bridge with a unique architectural drawing links Marina Centre with Marina South. This is in Marina Bay. Its feature imitates that of a DNA, and it has five areas for viewing spread across the bridge. Visitors can, therefore, enjoy superb views of the skyline of Singapore and the activities going on in Marina Bay. One can also enjoy watching the stars from the bridge at night.

Sands Sky Park

This amazing architectural work has a boat-like structure on towers of three classic hotels. It contains an infinity pool, exclusive restaurants, and beautifully landscaped gardens. Anyone can visit the iconic structure but you first need to buy a ticket. You can literary have everything here from tasting traditional Singapore curries and food, visiting casinos, classic restaurants, and much more.

Park View Square

This art deco building is said to be one of the most beautiful but expensive office spaces in Singapore. It is no surprise that it hosts embassies such as Mongolia, Austria and United Arab Emirates (UAE). Some people refer to it as Gotham Square because it looks like Gotham City. It also has a high-end bar. But people are only allowed to take photos if they are drinking from the bar. The bar has a three-story wine chiller where it stores its bottles and waiters interestingly fly to get them. It has unique gothic features, such as statues of 8 men with each holding a crystal-like ball.

Merlion Park

This park has an iconic mythical feature known as merlion which is half fish and half lion. It stands at the height of twenty-eight feet. The fish represents the humble villages with fishing activities from the past in Singapore, while the lion represents the lion city found in Sanskrit. Besides the iconic feature one gets to have a view of the ever beautiful Marina Bay.



If you are going to visit Singapore, you must visit these top 5 iconic features. They will leave you in awe, and you will cherish your visit and definitely look forward to revisiting Singapore. If you are not good with reading maps, you can book a tour guide to show you around.…