Togel Singapore, one of the most sought after amusement parks in Singapore is coming up. Togel began as a humble fruit stand on the corner of an Indonesian street. A small business man decided that he wanted to expand his business, so he bought a few pies from a nearby street vendor and put them in a stall on the corner. That was exactly what happened. Soon he had his very own fruit stand and it was a hit. The pies turned out to be extremely well liked by visitors to local markets, and word soon spread that Togel was a wonderful place to eat.
Today, Togel is a multi-storey building with restaurants on the ground floor and at the top floors. What was once a humble fruit stand has now become one of the most popular amusement park rides in the country. Guests can hop aboard the Tokelauan jet boat and float down the river on a glass bridge to a small island. On the other side of this island are the underwater tunnels and marvellous aquariums. There are also several water slides and funicular railways.
Visitors can take a tram tour around the grounds, which takes you through a beautiful tropical forest to the blue waters of the ocean. The tours include stops at various shops, where you can pick up souvenirs for your trip to Togel. Among the hot ticket items are specially created sweets in the name of Adalah Dengan, the local sweet of Singapore. Other souvenirs available are beautifully cut coconut flowers and wood fired soap.
A very popular attraction within Togel Park is the Tokelauan Ferris wheel, which was the brainchild of none other than the Singapore Tourism Department’s sizzling entrepreneur and legend, Chee Soon Lee. Tokelauan, also known as New Caledonia is a part of the Andaman Sea. And in keeping with its roots in the islands, the Ferris wheel has been named after Andamanese turtles that are indigenous to the region. The Ferris wheel spins twenty-four hours a day, so you can always be assured of a good seat for the evening.
Another must-visit attraction is Singapore Zoo & Garden. A number of Singapore Zoo attractions like Jurong Bird Reserves, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and the Orchard Road Wetlands provide you with an insight into the rich flora and fauna of Singapore. But what really enthrall you is the sight of Kung Mangau, or Flying Squirrel, hanging in mid-air in the middle of a water tank. He is the only squirrel known to live in the wild amongst these trees. His antics often draw in tourists and soon Memsang Angka Pada Pasaran ini, or the Memsang River ini, which travels along the same route as the Flying Squirrel, is to be found hanging from the rafters of the dinning hall.
If you’re looking for the quintessential taste of Singaporean food and cuisine, try out its national dishes that have Singapore as a theme. One of these is the ‘Oneiro package’, which comprises of a range of delicacies served in a traditional hawker-style eatery. Some popular dishes here are the masalas, salted fish curry, serrano ham and malamau (fish fry). Not to be missed are the symbol cakes, which are crunchy, sweet, and filled with a spicy gravy that is made from potatoes and spices. Other local favourites include the ‘Papaya package’ that includes grilled papaya salad with mango chutney and pickled Mandarin oranges, the ‘Lime package’ consisting of soft-shell crab, grilled garlic with lime, the ‘Jamaican package’, which contains fried plantain, roasted eggplant with spicy cashew sauces, and the ‘Hai package’, which consist of grilled jerk chicken and alone, and last but not least, the ‘Tingkar package’, which has roasted pork, beef, and seafood.