Singapore has many things to keep its visitors occupied. If one is keen on getting a glimpse of the city from high up above, there is the Tiger Sky Tower. It is the best place to go to glimpse a panoramic view of the city state, Sentosa Island and the Southern Islets. It is considered to be the tallest free standing observation tower in the whole of Asia. The best part about it is that you can visit the tower either during day time or at night, whichever time you choose to go, the scenery is spectacular. At a height of 131 metres above sea level, you can see far into the sea dotted with islands, and the sky scrapers along the river inland.
On the North one gets to see the sky scrapers of the Central Business District kissing the skies in the distance. There is also Palau Brani, Mount Faber, China Town, the site of Resorts world, and also the Serapong Golf course. One of the most remarkable landmarks that can be viewed on the north is the Sentosa gateway.
On the south is the sea as far as the eye can see, dotted with boats and yachts as well as islands of the Siloso beach. The straights of Malacca can also be seen from here and at night is particularly beautiful with the lights from the boats and ships lighting up like stars. Far away one might be able to catch a glimpse of Malaysia and also Jurong Island close by. One will also catch a glimpse of Indonesia in the distance. Close by there is the Treasure resort and Tanjong Golf course among many other things. On a sunny day, the red tiled roofs amongst the greenery of the surroundings create a picture postcard worth view of Singapore and its coasts that you will never see on the ground.
For those who are travelling to this country, it would be lovely to catch a glimpse of the city state from high up above like a bird, a view that not many can boast of having seen. If you are yet to your Singapore hotel reservation, it would be wise to pick a Singapore city centre hotel, such as the Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore as it is centrally located with easy access to this and many other tourist attractions in the country.