Singapore: What Wikipedia can’t tell you

Posted on Feb 03, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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In this blog, I discuss some intriguing aspects of our visit to Singapore. Taking a moment to read this is something you won’t regret; I promise you that.

We arrived in Singapore on 1-11-23, marking the beginning of our journey. It was first on our itinerary to visit the NEWater plant. The NEWater palnt supplies water to the entire city. In Singapore, all sources of water are safe for drinking. Clean and potable water is ensured by a complex process at the NEWater plant we visited. I had to get used to drinking from a basin where we washed our hands, even though every water source in Singapore is safe to drink.

One of our favorite visits was to Sentosa Island. Among its attractions are S.E.A aquarium, cable cars, luges, and a real beach. As one of the world’s largest aquariums, the S.E.A Aquarium offers a marine wonderland.

We visited Universal Studios Singapore the next day, a dreamland of rides and many attractions for kids. The park is one of the five Universal Studios theme parks around the world. There was so much joy in the theme park that we returned to a favorite ride four times. There’s everything a kid could ask for and it was like a dream came true. Finally, we visited Mustafa mall and engaged in lively shopping for ourselves, friends, and family, creating lasting memories together.

Towards the end of our trip, Singapore left us speechless with what it had to offer. If you have the chance to explore Singapore, we highly recommend you take advantage of it.

Writen By Parth.A, Rishabh.D, Samath. B (GK Gurukul, Pune, Maharashtra).


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