When we hear Singapore the first impression that comes to our mind is that of a metro city, devoid of natural beauty. Yet, Singapore to our surprise is a perfect blend of metro and nature, offering the best of both the worlds. While Singapore is known for its city allure, nature and wildlife are what pay refuge to thousand wondering souls looking to get lost in the comforts of mother nature. Wildlife tourism added with nature tourism in Singapore contribute a major share of tourists visiting Singapore. With its dense humid forests offering enchanting hiking trails and trekking routes, Singapore is one of the most preferred nature destinations in Asia. If you prefer one to two-day hikes, Singapore is the place to be. While Singapore has tried to preserve its natural habitat, charting a course of modernism with natural aesthetics in the backdrop, wildlife tourism in Singapore has become a new tourist frenzy. With a plethora of natural parks and wildlife reserve spread all across, tourists get a wide range of options to choose from. The only hurdle you will face while exploring the natural sites in Singapore is the heat and humidity. One of the best winter destinations in Asia, Singapore will help you reconnect back with mother nature. Also, the Zoos in Singapore are famous for their wide range of animals residing in a comfortable habitat. The Night Safari is a fine exhibition of how Singapore has managed to find the perfect balance between tourist demands and preservation of natural beauties.

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