• Haw Par Villa

    Built in 1937, Chinese mythology-themed park Haw Par Villa’s statues and dioramas depict famous characters and scenes from Chinese legends. The most famous attraction here is the Ten Courts of Hell, a diorama that depicts the journey through Hell in traditional folklore.

    262 Pasir Panjang Rd., 6872-2780, S(118628). MRT: Haw Par Villa. 

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  • Clarke Quay

    There is nothing more exhilarating than starting your night at Clarke Quay with the G-Max Reverse Bungy.

    That’s not all. The night stays alive with the culinary diversity and party haunts all along the river. 

  • Sentosa

    Located just a short drive from the city, Sentosa offers a whole host of exciting attractions, offering clean sandy beaches and lots of fun in the sun. Experience attractions like Singapore Cable Car, Tiger Sky Tower, Skyline Luge, Wave House and The Merlion!

  • Singapore Flyer

    Enjoy an envious bird’s eye view of Singapore, aboard the world's highest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer!

  • Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari

    Explore the world's best rainforest zoo, and discover a colourful paradise that houses over five thousand birds,spanning 380 species. End the day with the drama and mystery of a nocturnal safari, featuring over 1000 creatures that come alive at night.

  • C-Side @ Sentosa

    The latest beach attraction with 5 different concepts: Flame, Sand Bar, Coastes, Makan2 and Bikini Bar.

    So forget all about the A and B sides of life. The C-Side will leave you spoilt for choice. 

  • Museums in Singapore

    Be enthralled by Asia’s past and present at award winning landmarks like the Peranakan Museum, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum and Asian Civilisations Museum.

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    Ranked #1 out of 291 attractions on TripAdvisor, The Botanic Gardens is a must see for tourist to Singapore. The National Orchid Garden located in the Botanic Gardens is the world’s largest orchid display boasting over 60,000 plants and orchids. Visitors to the Botanic Gardens can engage in a picnic or a leisurely stroll and just escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

    • Opening Hours: Daily 5am - 12am
    • National Orchid Garden: Daily 8.30am - 7pm
    • Address: 1 Cluny Road Singapore 259569. Tel: + 65 6471 7361
    • Admission Fee: Free admission
    • National Orchid Garden Admission Fee: Adult S$5
    • Students and Seniors Citizens (60 years & above): S$1 Children under 12 enjoy free admission
  • Gardens by the Bay

    Spanning 101 hectares, and just a five-minute walk from the downtown Marina Bay area, this superpark is home to over a quarter of a million rare plants. The entire park comprises three gardens; Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. From the waterfront promenade, one can enjoy an amazing view of the Marina Bay financial district skyline.

    You’ve visited gardens and parks before, but have you ever stepped into a superpark spanning over 100 hectares, featuring more than a quarter of a million rare plants in huge domed conservatories – and in the heart of the city?

    Less than a five-minute walk away from Marina Bay, the Gardens by the Bay is spread over three waterfront gardens: Bay South and Bay East, with Bay Central connecting the two.

    Bay South - the largest waterfront garden - is where you’ll find the futuristic-looking Supertrees, vertical gardens measuring up to 16 storeys that add a surprising and surreal feel to the landscape. Take a walk on the suspended walkway between the supertrees or hitch a ride to the bar on top of the tallest supertree for a bird’s eye view of the entire gardens. The Supertrees are not just aesthetic features; they also collect rainwater, generate solar power and act as venting ducts for the park’s conservatory.

    The Conservatories, featuring the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, are another key feature, offering reprieve from the tropical heat. The Flower Dome replicates the cool-dry climate of Mediterranean and semi-arid subtropical regions like South Africa and parts of Europe like Spain and Italy. The Cloud Forest replicates a cool-moist climate found in Tropical Montane regions between 1,000 to 3,500 metres above sea level, such as Mt Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia, and high elevation areas in South America.

    Bay East is a unique mix of pretty pavilions, lush lawns, tropical palm trees and natural blossoms of all kinds, perfect for an evening stroll or a picnic with family and friends. It also offers an amazing view of the Marina Bay financial district skyline along its two-kilometre waterfront promenade.

    • ADDRESS: 18 Marina Gardens Drive Singapore 018953. An awe-inspiring new green space for Singapore
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    Experience the Malay Royalty of Old

    Discover the Malay cultural precinct of Kampong Glam and have an enjoyable tour around the gazetted conservation area. Once the historic seat of Malay royalty in Singapore, Kampong Glam is a golden ethnic enclave is worth exploring for its depth in architecture, exotic ornaments and palatable pleasures.

    An area rich in heritage and culture, the best time to visit is during the fasting month of Ramadhan. This time of the year, you’ll feel a joyous festive air as the surrounding the precinct will be filled with food and street bazaars, as well as cultural performances.

    Begin your walking trail of Kampong Glam at the Malay Heritage Centre (also known as Taman Warisan Melayu) at 85 Sultan Gate, which was once the Istana Kampong Glam, or the Sultan’s palace. The Malay Heritage Foundation embarked on a restoration project completed in 2005 and includes the Malay Heritage Museum, a museum which aims to preserve and showcase the culture and heritage of the Singaporean Malays through artefacts and diorama displays. Within the grounds of the Malay Heritage Centre, you will be able to see Gelam trees (also known as malaleuca trees), whose bark was used to construct boats in the past.

    While on the trail, you won’t miss the magnificent golden dome of the Sultan Mosque, which sits on a ringed structure made entirely of the bottoms of glass bottles. Located at Muscat Street, the Sultan Mosque is the most prominent landmark in Kampong Glam, and was gazetted a national monument in 1975.

    As you exit the mosque after your visit, you’ll step into the Bussorah Street pedestrian mall with its strong Arabic influences. Most of the trades here used to cater to the religious needs of the Muslim community, and in the old days, the street was known for sandal-making, copper craft and brassware. Now, the street is a mix of old and new shops selling scarves, keychains and paper fans, along with miniature replicas of Malay artefacts such as the popular toy, gasing, a spinning top. From Muscat Street (in front of the mosque), turn into Arab Street and explore perfume shops, unique eateries and traditional textile shops.

    Finally, round off your trail at Haji Lane, a lane of shophouses given a new lease of life by local designers and young entrepreneurs who have set up their quaint boutiques here proffering fashionable wear.
    • ADDRESS: 85 Sultan Gate Singapore 198501