The Republic of Singapore, a city state, has grown into prominence city and became a gateway to many parts of south eastern Asia. The infrastructure, cultural and cosmopolitan atmosphere attract tourists to Singapore throughout the year as much as its natural beauty. Marina Bay and Marina Bay Sands resort are a must visit for tourists. The roofed esplanade, public gardens and theaters would certainly keep everyone occupied. The orchid collection of the Botanic Gardens, situated on a nearby island, amazes visitors. Those who are willing to learn more of Singapore’s history must take time out to visit Fort Canning Hill and the National Museum. Little India, Arab Street and Chinatown allow glimpses into the lives of people who traveled from elsewhere but made Singapore their home. Touring Singapore is never complete without a visit to its many shopping malls. A ride by bus from Singapore to Terengganu helps tourist experience the latter’s unspoiled charm. Terengganu’s pristine beaches like Batu Buruk and Pantai Kemasik have a rejuvenating effect on mind. Merang’s sandy beach gives way to scenic Redang Island. Redang is a diver’s paradise. A turtle conservation project is underway at Turtle Bay. Perhentian is a cluster of two islands, namely, Besar and Kecil. The marine life is rich here. The beaches covered with white sand and with rain forest close-by the place feels most alluring.
A road trip by bus from Singapore to Terengganu takes about eight hours. This is exclusive of the stoppages en route for refreshments. Tourists would be able to choose and book from many buses plying between the two cities by logging into http://www.singaporebus.org/. The bus From Singapore to Terengganu at about 9 o’clock in the morning. Buses are available throughout the day and well into the night. Return trips can also be booked the same way. Almost all of luxury carriers maintain AC coaches for maximum comfort along with other advantages by taking a bus from Singapore to Terengganu .