10 Mind-Blowing Singapore Facts You Never Knew

15. Highest Natural point

Bukit Timah Lake Singapore
“Bukit Timah Hill” is the highest natural point of Singapore which is only 164m high (537 ft), in spite of that, it contains more variety of trees than the entire North American continent.

16. Sands Skypark

Marina Bay Sands in the evening
Want to see an architectural masterpiece? Visit Sands Skypark. It looks like a kayak or surfboard docking on a tripod, built on top of the three hotel towers at Marina Bay Sands. Providing the best panoramic views of Singapore this 1.2-hectare tropical haven is longer than the Eiffel Tower! It is large enough to park four A380 jumbo jets. It extends form one of the world’s largest public cantilevers. It also has world’s largest rooftop pool called “Infinity Pool”.

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