Visitors can enjoy wandering around the country's beautiful gardens
Visitors to Singapore will be able to see a range of beautiful green spaces on an activity holiday in the country, according to a travel writer.
Claire Wrathall, writing for the Telegraph, expressed her belief that, despite the fact Singapore is modernising at a rapid rate, there are more and more green spaces in the country.
She said: "The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve remains home to 500 or so species of fauna, fabulous butterflies, pangolins and long-tailed macaques.
"You can see monkeys and monitor lizards on Pulau Ubin as well, perhaps the most atmospheric of all the excursions that Singapore has to offer."
As well as this famous nature reserve, holidaymakers can also visit the Botanic Gardens, which is set to open a 250-acre extension with two modern glasshouses next year.
Furthermore, the newly-built Marina Bay Sands hotel features its own rooftop gardens, called SkyPark, which is home to around 250 types of tree.