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  • Singapore Zoo

    Singapore Zoo

    It’s not every day that you can have breakfast with orangutans. But at the Singapore Zoo you have a chance to do this and much more! Famous for its rare collection of animals, it’s popular with kids and adults both.

    Receiving 1.6 million visitors annually, the ...

    For Kids Zoo
  • Merlion Park

    Merlion Park

    When you’re in the vicinity of the Merlion Park and One Fullerton, it’s hard to miss out on the iconic symbol, regarded as the pride of Singapore. The large Merlion statue, standing at a height of 28 feet has a lion’s head and a fish’s body and represents the city’s ...

    Monument Park Landmark
  • Jurong Bird Park

    Jurong Bird Park

    The park boasts of the world’s largest walk-in aviaries with the tallest man-made waterfall (30 metres high), where visitors can enjoy a close-up view of free-flying birds from Africa and South America in a tropical setting.

    The aviaries are specially designed to closely resemble the natural ...

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  • Simply Malaysia -LEGOLAND With Malaysia Airlines

    Simply Malaysia -LEGOLAND With Malaysia Airlines

    Return airport transfers5 buffet breakfast   ...

    6 Days|5 Nights Rs. 66,990
  • Holiday In Malaysia-LEGOLAND With Malaysia Airlines

    Holiday In Malaysia-LEGOLAND With Malaysia Airlines

    Return airport transfers5 buffet breakfast   ...

    7 Days|6 Nights Rs. 71,990
  • Experience Singapore – 5 Nights

    Experience Singapore – 5 Nights

    Return airport transfersIncludes daily breakfast from Day 2 ...

    6 Days|5 Nights Rs. 88,990
  • Singapore Night Safari

    Singapore Night Safari

    Hop on to a tram and embark on a journey through the world’s first wildlife night park that takes you from the Himalayan foothills to wild equatorial Africa. This is your chance to come up close with lions, tigers, tapirs and more! You are sure to be in for an ...

    Park For Kids
  • Singapore Flyer

    Singapore Flyer

    Hop on to the world’s largest observation wheel and enjoy breathtaking 360° views, as you spot iconic and historical landmarks along the Singapore River. Before you board the flight, go on the Journey of Dreams and be awed by an engaging multimedia showcase that helps you understand the history of ...

    Romantic Adventure
  • Duck Tour

    Duck Tour

    Another great way to learn about the city, a favourite among locals and visitors alike is the Duck Tour. Embark on a land and sea adventure on a remodelled World War II war craft that brings you up close with Singapore’s famous skyline, historical landmarks and the gorgeous bay area. ...

    For Kids Landmark Cultural
  • Singapore History Museum

    Singapore History Museum

    Housed in the elegant and impressive National Museum building, the Singapore History Museum explores the rich heritage of the people of Singapore. The museum is known for its natural history collection of Southeast Asia as well as its ethnology and archaeology collections. ...

  • Gardens by the Bay

    Gardens by the Bay

    The 101-hectare super park, popularly known as Gardens by the Bay offers amazing views of the Marina Bay skyline. Surrounded by lush lawns, tropical palm trees and beautiful pavilions, it is perfect for an evening stroll or picnic with family and friends. ...

    Park Garden
  • Sentosa Island

    Sentosa Island

    Kick back and enjoy a day out with your family and loved ones in Singapore’s playground with its beaches, nature walks, spas, restaurants, entertainment and much more. This quaint island boasts of plenty of tourist attractions for all age groups. Open to visitors throughout the year, Sentosa Island is a ...

    Places to see around For Kids
  • Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

    Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

    Located in the heart of China Town is a Buddhist temple and museum housing the Sacred Buddha Tooth Relic, in a stupa consisting of 320 kilograms of gold donated by devotees. Take a tour through all four floors as you learn about the rich history and culture of Buddhism. ...

    Religious Museum
  • Thian Hock Keng Temple

    Thian Hock Keng Temple

    Literally meaning ‘temple of heavenly happiness’, it’s the oldest and most important temple in Singapore. Marvel at the remarkable architecture of the temple, built in traditional Southern Chinese style, with stones, tiles, intricate sculptures and towering columns - all assembled without nails! ...

  • St. Andrew's Cathedral

    St. Andrew's Cathedral

    Originally constructed in 1832, the building was struck by lightning twice and demolished. The new cathedral was completed in 1862, in an English Gothic style and is Singapore’s largest cathedral with its majestic facades and a glossy white exterior. ...

  • Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

    Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

    Better known as the Chettiar Hindu Temple, it’s one of the Singapore Hindu community’s most important monuments. The most striking feature of temple is its roof, with 48 engraved glass panels to catch the rising and setting sun. ...

  • Helix Bridge

    Helix Bridge

    Set to become Singapore’s next landmark, this architecturally unique pedestrian bridge is the world’s first double helix bridge. Resembling the structure of a DNA, the bridge has five viewing platforms across the entire length to enjoy great views of the Singapore skyline and events taking place within Marina Bay. ...

    Landmark Places to see
  • Yueh Hai Ching Temple (Temple of Love)

    Yueh Hai Ching Temple (Temple of Love)

    Visit one of the oldest Taoist temples in Singapore, built in the 1820s. It was originally a place where sailors and traders from China used to come and pray for safety from the rough seas. However today lovers come and pray before the black idol, the statue of Yue Lao, ...

  • Peranakan Museum

    Peranakan Museum

    The Peranakan Museum preserves and explores the culture, history and traditions of the Peranakan communities of Singapore, Penang, Malacca and other parts of Southeast Asia. The museum is housed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School and has galleries on three floors that illustrate the unique visual arts of the ...

  • Istana


    The Istana, meaning ‘palace’ in Malay, is the official residence of the President of Singapore. It is also the working office of the Prime Minister of Singapore. Built during the British colonial rule in Singapore, the architecture of the building reflects the neo-Palladian style of buildings. The Istana features ...

  • Malay Heritage Centre

    Malay Heritage Centre

    The Malay Heritage Centre is the prime spot in Singapore if you want to learn and explore the culture, heritage and traditions of the Malay Singaporeans. The Malay Heritage Centre was once the Istana Kampong Glam (Sultan’s Palace). Through exhibitions, diorama display, artifacts, handicrafts and multimedia, the Malay Heritage Centre ...

    Museum Monument
  • Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

    Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

    The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd is the oldest surviving Roman Catholic Church in Singapore and has been recognized as a national monument by Singapore. The church is the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese and Archbishop. The magnificent architecture of the church bears resemblance to two famous churches of London ...

    Religious Monument
  • Temple of 1000 Lights Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya

    Temple of 1000 Lights Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya

    The Temple of 1000 Lights or Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya was founded in 1927 by the renowned Thai monk Vutthisara. The temple’s claim to fame is the majestic 15-metre-high statue of a seated Buddha surrounded by a seemingly endless chain of lights. The base of the statue has a fresco ...

    Religious Monument
  • River Safari

    River Safari

    River Safari is one of the most loved and visited attractions of Singapore. It is the first and the only river themed wildlife park in Asia and has many fun and adventurous activities to offer. The theme park is based on some of the world’s most prominent rivers like the ...

    For kids Theme parks
  • Civilian War Memorial

    Civilian War Memorial

    The Civilian War Memorial is a monument that captures the sacrifice and the pain of the people of Singapore during the Second World War. The Civilian War Memorial is dedicated to the memories of the civilians who perished at the hands of the Japanese during the Japanese occupation of Singapore ...

  • Red Dot Design Museum

    Red Dot Design Museum

    For a refreshing dose of creativity, visit the unique Red Dot Design Museum – the only one of its kind in Asia. The contemporary design museum has a collection of over 1000 exhibits – each one a winner of the prestigious International Red Dot Design Award. Experience some of the ...

  • Memories at Old Ford Factory

    Memories at Old Ford Factory

    The Second World War, as horrendous as it was, had something about it that fascinates people even today. So if you want to learn about the Second World War or Singapore’s role in the war, you just hasve to head to the Old Ford Motor Factory. Explore the history and ...

    Museum Cultural
  • Flower dome

    Flower dome

    Step into a world of perpetual greenery where you would be fascinated with the ever changing display of exotic flowers from all over the world. Boasting of an innovative design, the Flower Dome is one of the most visited attractions of Singapore. The climate inside the Flower Dome is a ...

    Park and Garden
  • Reflections at Bukit Chandu

    Reflections at Bukit Chandu

    Located at Bukit Chandu, Reflections at Bukit Chandu is an ode to the last stand or the last battle fought by the Singapore army against the invading forces of Japan. The Battle of Pasir Panjang saw 1,400 brave soldiers from the Malay regiment heroically defend Singapore against the 13,000-strong Japanese ...

  • Kuan Yin Thong Hood Cho Temple

    Kuan Yin Thong Hood Cho Temple

    The Kuan Yin Hood Cho Temple is one of the most important traditional Chinese temples in Singapore. It is believed that if you wish for something inside the walls of the Kuan Yin Thong Hood Cho Temple, you wish is most likely to be granted. The temple sees a fairly ...

  • Singapore Discovery Centre

    Singapore Discovery Centre

    Not quite an art gallery or a museum, the Singapore Discovery Centre is a unique attraction that is part science centre too. The Singapore Discovery Centre shares the story of Singapore’s rise and the unique ‘Singapore Experience’ in an interactive and interesting way. The centre boasts of an XD Theatre ...

    Landmark Cultural Theme park
  • Science Centre Singapore

    Science Centre Singapore

    Science Centre Singapore is home to Singapore’s largest collection of educational materials and exhibits promoting science. Science Centre Singapore has the responsibility of promoting and propagating science and technology among students and members of the general public. It has 12 galleries with more than 1000 interactive exhibits on practically everything ...

  • Tiger Brewery

    Tiger Brewery

    Tiger Brewery is one of the finest beer breweries in Singapore. On a visit to Tiger Brewery, you will learn the tricks and trades of brewing beer in a 45-minute walk through the Tiger Brewery’s brew house and packaging gallery and array of multimedia presentations. You will also be taken ...

  • Raffles Landing Site

    Raffles Landing Site

    Raffles’ Landing Site is a historical site in Singapore. It is believed that this is the place where Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles landed in on January 29, 1819. Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles is known as the founder of Singapore. There is a beautiful polymarble statue of Sir ...

    Landmark Monument
  • Bollywood Veggies

    Bollywood Veggies

    If you want to get some time off from the glamour of the bustling city of Singapore and just sit in peace and tranquility, Bollywood Veggies is your green sanctuary. Bollywood Veggies is a busy but quiet organic farm and bistro. They specialize in organic produce that is grown without ...

    Nature Museum
  • Singapore Philatelic Museum

    Singapore Philatelic Museum

    Singapore Philatelic Museum is a museum that has preserved and recorded the history of postage and stamps of Singapore. The museum is a celebration of everything about Singapore’s stamps – from the earliest to the latest. At the museum, you will come across stamps that are more than 200 years ...

  • Singapore Turf Club

    Singapore Turf Club

    For an adrenaline rush, for some thrilling action and for some pure horse-racing entertainment, visit the Singapore Turf Club. The Singapore Turf Club was established in 1842 as the Singapore Sporting Club with the aim of operating the Serangoon Road Race Course at Farrer Park. Today, the Singapore Turf Club ...

  • Singapore Cricket Club

    Singapore Cricket Club

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  • Marina Barrage

    Marina Barrage

    Marina Barrage is a stunning example of harmony between nature and technology. The Marina Bridge dam is built at the confluence of five rivers across the mouth of the Marina Channel. The Marina Bridge creates Singapore’s 15th reservoir. From the dam, enjoy the sight of Singapore Flyer and the ...

    Landmark Monument
  • Singapore Art Museum

    Singapore Art Museum

    The Singapore Art Museum stores the largest collection of of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian artworks. The Singapore Art Museum was established with the objective of bringing forth and presenting the contemporary art practices of Singapore and the Southeast Asian region. There are quite a few exhibitions here that would ...

  • Henderson Waves

    Henderson Waves

    At 36 metres from the ground level, Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. Take a walk on this beautiful, 274-metre-long bridge and enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding greenery and the Singapore skyline. The bridge also has quaint seating areas where you can just sit and ...

    Landmark Monument
  • Padang


    Formerly known as the Padang Cricket Ground, Padang is an open long stretch of playing field. The Padang is a popular place for locals as well as tourists to meet, sit and relax or to go for a walk or play games. ...

  • Sri Mariamman Temple

    Sri Mariamman Temple

    Built in the Dravidian style of architecture, Sri Mariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore dating back to 1827. The temple is one of the most visited in the country thanks to its religious importance, colourful exterior and magnificent architecture. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman who ...

    Religious Monument
  • Baba House

    Baba House

    If you are interested in Peranakan history, then Baba House is a place you should definitely spend some time at. The Baba House is a traditional Peranakan pre-war terrace-house that facilitates preservation, propagation, appreciation and research into the Peranakan history, culture, tradition and heritage. The Baba House’s interiors are decorated ...

    Museum Monument
  • Armenian Church

    Armenian Church

    Located on the Hill Street, the Armenian Church is the oldest Christian church in Singapore. The church is dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator, the first Armenian monk. It was designed by Irish architect George Coleman. The architecture of the church is admirable. The white portico is sustained ...

    Religious Monument
  • Urban Fairways

    Urban Fairways

    Playing golf is a delight, playing it indoors is pure ecstasy. Urban Fairways is Asia’s first virtual golf centre offering you the luxury of playing on any one of the world’s top 50 golf courses – in the comfort of air-conditioned rooms. Not only can you swing your golf clubs ...

  • ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands

    ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands

    Fascinating as well as inviting – that’s how most people describe the magnificent ArtScience Museum of Singapore. The ArtScience Museum, bearing a unique lotus-shaped design, was built as a symbol of welcome for tourists from all over the world. The ArtScience Museum is the prime hub for international touring exhibitions ...

    Museum Monument
  • Central Fire Station

    Central Fire Station

    Located on the Hill Street, the Central Fire Station is the oldest fire station in Singapore. The fire station has been nicknamed as the ‘blood and bandage’ station thanks to its prominent red and white appearance. Once you are inside the Central Fire Station, you will come across models depicting ...

    Museum Monument
  • Singapore City Gallery

    Singapore City Gallery

    Singapore City Gallery is where one should actually start his/her tour of Singapore. The gallery tells the story of development of Singapore, with a particular emphasis on its remarkable physical transformation. The Singapore City Gallery gives its visitors relevant information about its most famous architectural attractions through detailed and delicate ...

  • Kusu Island

    Kusu Island

    Kusu Island is located about 5.6 kilometres south of the main island of Singapore and is one of the oft visited attractions of Singapore. Not only is the island serenely beautiful, it is also a treasure trove of activities. Kusu in Chinese means ‘tortoise’. Enjoy sitting by the picturesque ...

    Religious Nature
  • Downtown East

    Downtown East

    Downtown East has become Singapore’s main hub for leisure, recreation, entertainment and lifestyle options. Fun and sheer enjoyment is what awaits you at Downtown East. Get wet and get wild at the famous waterpark – Wild, Willd, Wet. Test your bowling skills at the Orchid Bowl bowling centre. Enjoy spending ...

    For kids Theme Parks
  • Cavenagh Bridge

    Cavenagh Bridge

    Beautiful scenery all around, the Cavenagh Bridge is the perfect place to go for a walk and enjoy the serenity of the Singapore River. The Cavenagh Bridge is one of the oldest bridges in Singapore; it is also the only suspension bridge in Singapore. Watch the ferries and boats ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

    Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

    Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple was built in 1855 by Tamil settlers in Singapore. It is one of the oldest temples in Singapore and sports the South Indian style of architecture. The main deity of the temple is Goddess Veeramakaliamman also known as Goddess Kaali. Devotees flock the temple to offer their ...

  • Hort Park

    Hort Park

    Beautiful, sanguine and educational – The Hort Park is a must visist while holidaying in Singapore. It is the first one-stop gardening hub in Asia that offers gardening related recreational, educational, research and retail activities. Through the means of garden guided tours, talks and workshops, you will learn all about ...

    Park and garden
  • Labrador Park

    Labrador Park

    Located in the southern part of the main island of Singapore, the Labrador Park is a treat for nature lovers. Offering stunning views of the sea, the park is home to the only rocky sea cliff on the main island of Singapore. Abundant flora and fauna make the park ...

    Park and Garden Nature Monument
  • Haw Par Villa

    Haw Par Villa

    Haw Par Villa is one of its kind theme park that gives a deep insight into Chinese culture, folklore and mythology. Earlier known as ‘Tiger Balm Gardens’, the Haw Par Villa has over 100 statues and 150 dioramas that aptly depict Chinese legends and folklore. Featuring statues of characters ...

    Theme Park
  • Pasir Ris Park

    Pasir Ris Park

    Pasir Ris Park is a charming little beach park located in the eastern part of Singapore. In Malay, the term Pasir Ris means ‘beach bolt rope’ which implies a narrow beach. The coastal park of Paris Ris is one of the largest parks in Singapore. The park is certainly ...

    Park and Garden For Kids Nature
  • Parkview Square

    Parkview Square

    Imposing and grand, the Parkview Square is an office building located in the Downtown Core Planning Area. The Parkview Square houses the embassies of United Arab Emirates, Mongolia and Austria and is one of the most expensive office buildings in Singapore. When you enter the plaza of the building, ...

  • Esplanade Park

    Esplanade Park

    Built in 1943, the Esplanade Park is one of the oldest parks in Singapore. This historic park is home to many quite a few historical landmarks like Lim Bo Seng memorial, the Cenotaph, the Queen Elizabeth Walk, the former Indian National Army Monument site and Tan Kim Seng Fountain. Enjoy ...

    Park and Garden
  • Chinese and Japanese Gardens

    Chinese and Japanese Gardens

    Chinese and Japanese gardens are located on two islands on the beautiful Jurong Lake. The gardens can be reached by an overpass and are joined by the aptly named Bridge of Double Beauty. The Japanese Garden represents the themes of traditional Japanese garden designs. The dry garden in the Japanese ...

    Park and Garden
  • Fort Canning Park

    Fort Canning Park

    Formerly known as the ‘Forbidden Hill’, the Fort Canning Park is amongst the most historic places in Singapore. In the 1300s, the hill on which Fort Canning Park is located was the seat of the great Malay rulers of Singapore. Colonial rulers, later, used it as their official residence. It ...

    Park and Garden
  • Mount Faber

    Mount Faber

    Enjoy sweeping views of Singapore’s central business district from the beautiful Mount Faber hill. Mount Faber is one of the most frequented tourist spots in Singapore as it provides stunning views of the landscape and quite excellent photo opportunities. There are quite a few retail and food outlets at the ...

  • Omni Theatre and Planetarium

    Omni Theatre and Planetarium

    For a fun and learning outing with your kids, head out to the Omni Theatre and Planetarium. It is the first science center in Southeast Asia to have a theatre, called Omni-Theatre, which houses 276-seat omni-planetarium. At the planetarium, you can watch oceanography, astronomy, meteorology, geology and aeronautics. ...

    For kids
  • Sultan Mosque

    Sultan Mosque

    The Sultan Mosque, located in the Muscat street, is considered as one of the most important and scared mosques in Singapore. The mosque’s architecture represents the Islamic-Saracenic style that combines ideas from Indian and Islamic traditions. The mosque features beautiful minarets and balusters. However, the mosque’s golden dome and ...

    Religious Monument
  • Jurong East Swimming Complex

    Jurong East Swimming Complex

    Jurong East Swimming Complex is a treat for and your kids. The awesome water park is amongst the best water parks in Singapore, but more importantly it is one of the cheapest water parks too. At the water park, dive into the wave pool or go screaming down the water ...

    For kids Theme park
  • Changi Chapel and Museum

    Changi Chapel and Museum

    Located in the traditional Malay ethnic village of Changi, the Changi Chapel and Museum bears witness to the causalities of the World War II. The Singaporean prisoners of war were interred at the now demolished Changi prison by the Japanese. The prisoners of war the Changi prison created a simple ...

    Museum Cultural
  • S E A Aquarium

    S E A Aquarium

    Step into the world’s largest aquarium and discover the intriguing ocean and its even more intriguing creatures. Through the transparent glass panels, immerse yourself in the study of more than 800 marine inhabitants of the aquarium. The aquarium is home to some of the most awesome sea creatures ...

    Zoo and Aquarium
  • Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple

    Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple

    Kong Men San Phor Kark is the biggest temple in Singapore. Dedicated to Lord Buddha, the sacred temple comprises of prayer and meditation halls, a hospice, gardens, and a vegetarian restaurant. The temple also holds the distinction of being the first traditional Chinese forest monastery in Singapore. Hall of Great ...

    Religious Monument
  • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

    Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

    San Yet Sen Nanyang is a museum that commemorates the memory of Sun Yat Sen, the founding father of Republic of China. Sun Yat Sen visited Singapore eight times between 1900 and 1911. The museum educates the visitors about the impact of the 1911 Chinese Revolution on Singapore as well ...

  • Adventure Cove Waterpark

    Adventure Cove Waterpark

    At Adventure Cove Waterpark, it’s always wet and it’s always thrilling. Promising a splash of fun for everyone, the Adventure Cove Waterpark boasts of being the first one in Southeast Asia to get hydro-magnetic coaster. Hurtle down the water slides, journey through the Adventure River or just c hill with ...

    Theme Park
  • Asian Civilisations Museum

    Asian Civilisations Museum

    Asia Civilisations Museum is devoted to promoting and preserving the art and culture of pan Asian countries. It focusses on the history of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia. The museum also traces the roots of modern Singapore culture. Through ten exhilarating galleries the museum depicts 5000 ...

  • Yixing Xuan Teahouse

    Yixing Xuan Teahouse

    Yixing Xuan Teahouse, established in 1989, is a unique teas house that specializes in serving fresh and different varieties of Chinese tea. Experience the highly therapeutic effects of the traditional art of Chinese tea making in an authentic Chinese teahouse at the Yixing Xuan Teahouse. At the teahouse, not only ...

  • Clarke Quay

    Clarke Quay

    The old harbor area around the Clark Quay was converted into a happening place with cafes, restaurants, shops and bars. It has become the toast of the town and is the favorite area for club hopping. So you can shop till you drop, then have a good lunch and later ...

  • Wild Wild Wet

    Wild Wild Wet

    Let your hair loose and go for a wild and wet adventure at Singapore’s largest water theme park – the Wild Wild Wet. Scream and laugh and cry as you come crashing down the fun water slides at the water park. Take your children with you for a gala family ...

    Theme parks For kids
  • Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

    Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

    Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is considered as one of the oldest temples in Singapore. Located in Little India, the temple is built in the traditional South Indian style of architecture with a tall gopuram. The temple was built in 1855 while the gopuran was added in 1966. The beautiful gopuram ...

    Religious Monument
  • Chijmes


    Recognised as a national monument, Chijmes is a magnificently structured historical building complex in Singapore. Chijmes was once a home to a catholic school known as Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) and their convent quarters known as Caldwell House. It was designed by George Coleman who also designed ...

    Cultural Monument
  • National Orchid Garden

    National Orchid Garden

    The National Orchid Garden is located within the famous Singapore Botanic Gardens. Opened on October 20, 1995, the Orchid garden contains a wide variety of the beautiful orchids. The national Orchid Garden is considered as one of the most beautiful parks in Singapore. The blooming flowers, the fountain and the ...

    Park and Garden
  • The Southern Ridges

    The Southern Ridges

    The Southern Ridges is a historical area that has been blessed with some of the greatest gifts of nature’s beauty. The Southern Bridges connects Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Kent Ridge Park. Spread across an area of 9 kilometres, the ridge provides some of the most spectacular ...

  • Marina Bay Sands Skypark

    Marina Bay Sands Skypark

    Marina Bay Sands Skypark is a stunning boat shaped observation deck extending over the three towers of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. But it is unlike any other observation deck. Located on level 57, the observation deck has an infinity pool, shops, restaurants and bars. The infinity pool is open ...

  • City Hall

    City Hall

    The City Hall has been declared as one of the national monuments of Singapore. The building was completed in 1929 and was originally known as Municipal Building. It became the Singapore Judiciary in 1987. The historic building has witnessed and staged some of the most significant events in the history ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Mint Museum of Toys

    Mint Museum of Toys

    Whether it’s a two year old kid or a 50 year old gentleman, everyone just loved toys. And if you are a toy aficionado, you would just want to spend the rest of your life at Mint Museum of Toys. It is the world’s first purpose built toy museum which ...

    Museum For kids
  • Ode To Art Contemporary

    Ode To Art Contemporary

    Ode to Art is a contemporary art gallery in Singapore that is also considered as one of the largest as well as one of the best art galleries in Singapore. Ode To Art has works from international spectrum of artists. Explore and appreciate exemplary paintings sculptures, photography and installation art ...

  • Marina Bay Golf Course

    Marina Bay Golf Course

    Marina Bay Golf Course is the first and only 18-hole golf course in Singapore that is open to the public. The beautiful golf course is located right in the heart of the city and provides appreciable views of the city skyline. If you are a pro, test your skills at ...

  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a beautiful protected rainforest and is located on the slopes of the majestic Bukit Timah hill. Although Bukit Timah Nature Reserve encompasses a small area, it is home to a large variety of flora and fauna. You can also go for hiking, rock climbing, biking ...

  • MacRitchie Nature Trail

    MacRitchie Nature Trail

    MacRitchie Nature Trail is what a nature lover would call an ‘activity in paradise’. MacRitchie Nature Trail is a three-kilometre-long wondrous stretch of tropical rainforest and connects the MacRitchie Reservoir Park with the Singapore Island Country Club. The nature trail is surrounded by lush vegetation on all sides. MacRitchie Nature ...

  • Kranji War Memorial

    Kranji War Memorial

    Kranji War Memorial honours the men and women from the countries of Sri Lanka, India, Malaya, Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and Netherlands who died defending Singapore and Malaya during the Second World War. The war memorial has 12 standing memorial walls that have inscribed on them the names ...

    Museum Cultural
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens

    Singapore Botanic Gardens

    The beautiful Singapore Botanic Gardens holds the distinction of being the only botanic garden in the world that opens from 5 am to midnight every single day and does not charge any admission fee except for the National Orchid Garden. The Singapore Botanic Gardens was ranked number one amongst all ...

    Park and Garden
  • Chinatown Heritage Centre

    Chinatown Heritage Centre

    Travel down the history lane and learn about the early history and culture of Chinatown at the Chinatown Heritage Centre. The museum is located in three beautifully renovated authentic shop-houses and has over 15 galleries spread over three floors. These galleries are full of pictures, stories and historical artifacts that ...

  • China Square Central

    China Square Central

    China Square Central, as the name suggests, draws its influence from contemporary Chinese traditions. Housing offices, shops and restaurants, it is a bustling convenience hub at the heart of the Singapore’s business central district. 18 Cross Street, South Bridge Court and China Court are home to the most frequented places ...

    Landmark Places to See Around
  • Universal Studios

    Universal Studios

    Enter the fascinating world of movies at Universal Studios and venture behind the screen. Experience the magic that conjures blockbusters on the screen, meet your favorite characters from animated films, feel the high of adventure filled roller coaster rides and get mesmerized by shows on the silver screen. Visit the ...

    For Kids Movie Connection Theme Park