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SINGAPORE

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Singapore Attractions

Singapore Merlion

Singapore Merlion

The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion's head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. Two Merlion statues are located at the park. The original Merlion structure measures 8.6 meters tall and spouts water from its mouth.

Gardens By The Bay

Gardens By The Bay

Discover the horticultural wonders of the Gardens by the Bay, one of Singapore’s most popular attractions. Enjoy the waterfront gardens of Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central, including the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, and you can spend as long as you like exploring.

Singapore Flyer Experience

Singapore Flyer Experience

Claimed as the world's 3rd tallest observation wheel, It stands 165-metre-tall and has a diameter of 150 metres. More importantly, it is high on thrills for tourists and locals alike. Step into one of the 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules, and be transported on a 30-minute journey of stunning day and night scenes. With any luck, you’ll be able to spot landmarks up to 45km away, like Changi Airport, Sentosa Island and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a star visitor attraction for the sophisticated traveller and the local resident. The Gardens possess an array of botanical and horticultural features with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance.

S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium exhibits close to 80 threatened species including the manta ray, Napoleon wrasse, and a variety of beautiful corals that mirror a pristine aquatic environment. Through interactive programs, up-close animal encounters, and immersive learning journeys, S.E.A. Aquarium aims to inspire visitors to protect the world’s oceans.

Skyline Luge Sentosa

Skyline Luge Sentosa

This ride is a combination of speed and gravity, involving some sharp turns. Ride down 4 purpose-built tracks with hairpin corners, exhilarating tunnels and downhill winding slopes through a mystical forest that lights up after sundown.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park is Asia’s largest bird park, offering a 20.2-hectare hillside haven for more than 5,000 birds over 380 species. Committed to its efforts in conservation and exhibiting birds in naturalistic settings, the Bird Park creates simulated natural habitats from the grasslands of Africa to the rainforests of South America for different bird species. Highlights: World’s largest walk-in lory flight aviary at 3,000 square metres and over 9 stories high, Penguins, Flamingos, High Flyer Show

China Town

China Town

Chinatown is a vibrant and culturally rich district located in the heart of Singapore. It is known for its historical significance, traditional architecture, bustling markets, and diverse culinary scene.

Singapore Cable Car

Singapore Cable Car

The Singapore Cable Car is a popular attraction that offers stunning panoramic views of the city's skyline, Sentosa Island, and the surrounding waters. It provides a unique and scenic way to travel between the mainland and Sentosa Island.

Little India

Little India

Little India is a vibrant ethnic district in Singapore that showcases the rich culture, traditions, and flavours of the Indian community in the city.

The Jurong Bird Park

The Jurong Bird Park

The Jurong Bird Park is a renowned aviary and bird sanctuary located in Singapore. It is one of the major attractions managed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore and is known for its diverse collection of bird species, engaging exhibits, and conservation efforts.

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

One of Southeast Asia’s top theme parks, Universal Studios Singapore delivers cutting-edge rides, family-friendly shows, and a wealth of attractions from your favorite movies and TV shows. Whether your taste runs to rapids, 3D thrills, epic roller coasters, or Sesame Street, you’re sure to find something to love.

Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo, also known as the Mandai Zoo, is a world-renowned zoological park located in Singapore. It is known for its innovative and naturalistic enclosures, conservation efforts, and immersive animal exhibits.

Wings Of Time Show

Wings Of Time Show

A fitting end to your day out at Sentosa, this spectacular light water show about friendship and courage is staged nightly. Be wowed by spellbinding laser, fire and water effects set to a majestic soundtrack, complete with a jaw dropping fireworks display, possibly the only place to see this in Singapore.

Singapore River Cruise

Singapore River Cruise

The Singapore River Cruise is a popular tourist attraction that offers a relaxing and scenic way to explore the historic and modern landmarks along the Singapore River. It allows visitors to take in the city's architecture, cultural sites, and skyline from a unique vantage point.

Singapore River Cruise

Singapore River Cruise

Enjoy the rustic charm of the Singaporean bumboats - an iconic way to traverse the Singapore river for tourists and locals alike. Board the boat at Clarke Quay and enjoy a 40 minute cruise, passing by some of Singapore's popular riverside highlights.

Orchard Road

Orchard Road

Orchard Road is one of the most famous and iconic shopping streets in Singapore. It is known for its upscale shopping malls, high-end boutiques, entertainment options, and vibrant atmosphere.

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore, located within the Singapore River Planning Area. Here you are guaranteed a fun filled evening. A thriving entertainment and dining hub, with the old warehouses and bumboats refurbished into trendy restaurants and sightseeing boats.

Masjid Sultan

Masjid Sultan

One of the most famous mosques in Singapore is the Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan). It is a significant religious and cultural landmark located in the Kampong Glam district of Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

Longer than the Eiffel Tower, and large enough to house four-and-a-half parked jumbo jets, the Sands SkyPark is an architectural marvel. It also offers visitors a chance to see some of the best 360-degree views of Singapore’s skyline. With this admission ticket, you are able to explore the SkyPark’s observation deck, shop for souvenirs, and listen to an audio guide to learn about the history of different parts of Singapore while looking down at them.

Singapore Cable Car

Singapore Cable Car

Enjoy mesmerising aerial views on this cable car ride which starts from Mount Faber on the main island of Singapore to the resort island of Sentosa across the Keppel Harbour.

Night Safari

Night Safari

Night Safari, the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park, is a 13-time winner of the Best Attraction category awarded by Singapore Tourism Board. This internationally acclaimed leisure attraction embodies innovation and creativity in products and services, and service quality, thus attracting approximately 1.3 million visitors annually. Close to 900 animals from approximately 100 species (of which almost 41 per cent are threatened) inhabit the 35-hectare park.

Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island

Enter the island in style, and that is in a cable car. The cable car takes you from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island and gives you a 360o view of this gorgeous island. Also do not forget to check out the major landmarks of the island during the cable car ride. Over the course of its remarkable history, Sentosa has transformed into a beloved island resort, best known for its tropical beaches, luxurious hotels and thrilling attractions.

Bugis Street

Bugis Street

Popular with both locals and tourists, it is a shopping haven well-known for being one of the most affordable places in Singapore for souvenirs, accessories, clothes, and cosmetics. As you wander through the maze of shops, Bugis Street also offers plenty of eating options to keep hungry shoppers satisfied.

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Best Time To travel

  Dry Season - February to April and July to September

These months are generally considered the best times to visit Singapore. The weather is relatively drier, with less rainfall and more sunshine. This is a good time for outdoor activities, exploring the city's attractions, and enjoying the diverse culinary scene.

 Festive Season - December to January

The period around Christmas and New Year's is a popular time to visit Singapore. The city is beautifully decorated with lights and festive displays, and there are various events and celebrations happening. However, keep in mind that this is also a peak tourist season, and accommodation prices may be higher.

Great Singapore Sale - May to July

If you're interested in shopping and deals, the Great Singapore Sale takes place during these months. It's a fantastic time to shop for fashion, electronics, and other items, as many stores offer discounts and promotions.

Wet Season - November and December

Singapore experiences a wetter period towards the end of the year, with increased rainfall. While it might rain more frequently, the rain showers are usually short-lived and don't significantly impact travel plans. This can also be a less crowded and more budget-friendly time to visit.

 

Currency

Singapore Dollar (SGD)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+8)

 

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