Stroll into the world’s largest walk through butterfly flight dome and be greeted by our playful lemurs, swooping fruit bats and inquisitive mousedeer. Get closer to our animals and nature with this unique habitat that showcases the harmony of a forest ecosystem.
Singapore Flyer is the world's largest observation wheel. Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay, our island city and beyond. There's also a wide range of shops, restaurants, activities and facilities.
A bumboat is a small boat used to ferry supplies to ships moored away from the shore. It is very inexpensive and a great way see entertainment districts, lovely parks and the contrasting skyscrapers.
7: Take a Night Safari
Embark on this first-of-its-kind dining experience aboard a moving tram. Promising more than just gourmet dining under the skies, allow us to whisk you into a magical night and be enchanted by our Asian elephants, axis deer, tapirs and other wildlife as they begin their nightly rituals – all while indulging in a tantalising array of fine cuisines and wines.
Sentosa is a popular island resort in Singapore, visited by some five million people a year. Attractions include a 2 km long sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, two golf courses, two five-star hotels, and the Resorts World Sentosa, featuring the theme park Universal Studios Singapore.
Airports can take you to wonderful places, (sometimes without even stepping on a plane). Whether you're on business, escaping the city on holiday, or dropping by to meet friends, there's a lot to see, do and enjoy here at Changi.
Haw Par Villa is a Chinese mythological theme park in Singapore, located along Pasir Panjang Road. The park contains over 1,000 statues and 150 giant dioramas depicting scenes from Chinese folklore, legends, history and illustrations of various aspects of Confucianism.
Tang Dynasty City is a theme parks and recreating the Chang'an which is presently known as Xian during the Tang dynasty between 6 and 8 AD. There are temples, a geisha house, a court house, shops, and restaurants all constructed in the Tang style. You will also enjoy the incredible wax museum, talking statue of Mao, performances of the Chinese acrobats, and camel rides down Silk Road.
Singapore's Chinatown is the traditional Chinese quarters of town, and while the entire city is largely Chinese these days the area does retain some of its own charm. You will also find a number of herbal shops, night markets, modern restaurants and trendy bars.
Little India is an unforgettable destination on your itinerary of places to visit in Singapore. Just when you are thinking of things to do in Singapore, step into Little India and you will be in bylanes full of alluring merchandise and enthusiastic sellers that give you a vivid, colourful and truly Indian shopping experience in Singapore. Select a memorabilia from the mesmerizing silk, gold jewellery or handloom artifacts that mirror the beautiful people that craft them.
The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a small nature reserve near the geographic centre of the city-state of Singapore, located on the slopes of Bukit Timah Hill. It houses rare fauna like the Forest Praying Mantis and the Singapore Freshwater Crab are denizens of the reserve, together with other animals like the pangolin, Horsfield's Flying Squirrel and Colugo. The nature reserve is a popular day trip excursion to do.
The Old Tao Nan School is a historic building in Singapore, located along Armenian Street is now home to a wonderful museum on Peranakan culture. The Museum explores the main themes of Peranakan life in ten permanent galleries.
Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery, an architecture masterpiece of the nineteenth century, also represents a unique pageant of Singapore history. The only Buddhist monastery in Singapore gazetted as a National Monument, symbolizing its historical and architectural value. There are numerous beautifully carved Buddhas on display.
With a total land size of 185-hectares, and a scenic coastline that stretches over 15 km, East Coast Park is one of Singapore's most treasured urban getaways, attracting more than 7.5 million visitors a year. Volleyball courts, holiday chalets, restaurants and a hawker centre can all be found in this park.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 74-hectare botanical garden in Singapore founded in 1859 by a horticultural society. the Botanic Gardens combine both primary jungle and manicured gardens which together hold thousands of species of plant life, including many rare specimens.