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The Singapore Botanic Gardens epitomises the tropical island's luxuriant parks. Spread over 52 hectares and close to the centre of the city, the Gardens showcases many outstanding plant..
Singapore's Chinatown evolved around 1821 when the first Chinese junk arrived from Xiamen, Fujian province in China. The passengers, all men, set up home around the south of the Singapore..
As you step into Little India, be prepared for an assault on the senses! You will be greeted by the strong, heady scent of spices and jasmine garlands, followed by the treasure trove of..
Looking for a swingin’ good time? Then head on down to Boat Quay - the trailblazer of the Singapore entertainment scene. With an eclectic mix of high end restaurants and alfresco dining..
Meet Singapore’s most famous Grande Dame – born in 1887 and never looking better! Raffles Hotel is one of the world’s last great 19th century hotels, having been the retreat and..
Kranji War Memorial honours the men from Britain, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaya, the Netherlands and New Zealand who gave their lives for freedom in World War II.
At 119 years old, the National Museum of Singapore is Singapore's biggest and oldest museum with the youngest and most innovative soul. Designed to be the people's museum, the Museum prides..
Tired of having the usual breakfast? Then feast with an orang utan, the Oriental small-clawed otter, or even the reticulated python! These are just some of the many unusual escapades that..
Situated on Sentosa, Underwater World Singapore is a dream haven that showcases the awe-inspiring beauty of a whole different world beneath the seas. Visitors can expect a fun-filled..
Horse racing in Singapore has had a long and illustrious history, beginning in 1842 with the formation of the Singapore Sporting Club by a group of racing enthusiasts.
During its varied..
Tucked away from the bustle of Little India, this mosque was completed in 1910 and recently restored. The main entrance of this mosque boasts an elaborate pediment, the center of which is a..
The Army Museum of Singapore takes you on a journey from the turbulent days of our pre-independence period to the current-day capabilities of the 2nd Generation Army. It celebrates the..
Amidst the hustle and bustle of Ubi Techpark lies a sanctuary for contemplation known as Art Retreat.
Founded by Indonesian collector Kwee Swie Teng in 2003, Art Retreat is Singapore's..
As its name suggests, the Asian Civilisations Museum focuses on the heritage of Asian cultures. The first wing, Peranakan Musuem, located at Armenian Street, is a meticulously restored..
It may surprise many to know that the small city-state of Singapore is only one of two cities in the world to have a significant area of primary rainforest within its boundaries – the..
Like an emergent butterfly, the delicate beauty of the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom promises to be breath-taking! Be dazzled by the riot of colours and thousands of tiny fluttering wings..
A beacon of hope for the hopeless. The Changi Chapel, housed within the open-air courtyard of the Museum, is a symbolic replica of the many chapels built during the Japanese Occupation...
Off the beaten track near the Eastern tip of Singapore, Changi Village is a sleepy district in contrast to the bustling city. The local beach attracts fishermen and bathers alike..
For environmentalists and conservationists, Chek Jawa is a gem of marine wildlife. Located at the eastern tip of Pulau Ubin, Chek Jawa is a collection of six distinct habitats - coastal..
Life of the ethnic Chinese in early Singapore was simple and almost everyone lived in rented cubicles of shophouses, which were often overcrowded and disease-stricken. It is fitting..
Step into the Chinese Garden and you might just imagine you’re in ancient China! Built in 1975 and designed by Prof Yuen-chen Yu, a well-known architect from Taiwan, the Chinese Garden is..
The Chinese Heritage Centre (CHC) was founded in 1995 to advance knowledge and understanding of the Chinese Overseas communities in different parts of the world. It is housed in the..
The Civil Defence Heritage Gallery traces fire fighting and civil defence developments in Singapore from the late 1800s till today. Located within the Central Fire Station, it showcases the..
This memorial was erected to remember the shared experiences and struggles of the major races of Singapore during World War II. Every year on 15 February, a memorial service is held here to..
Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is one of the world’s busiest arts centres, officially opened on 12 October 2002.
The original Esplanade was built in 1943 and refers to a park that..
Built by the British in the 1880s to protect the western entrance to the Singapore harbour, Fort Siloso is the only preserved British coastal fortification in Singapore today. Located at..
Geylang Serai is the cultural heart of the Malay community in Singapore. At the Malay Village, go back in time and discover the traditional 'Kampung Days' lifestyle of Malays in the 1950s..
Hua Song, meaning "In praise of the Chinese Community", is a museum that brings to life the rich heritage that overseas Chinese around the world share.
It showcases the dreams..
Care to meet the President in his home? If you’re lucky, you just might! The Istana (or “palace” in Malay) is the official residence of the President of Singapore and just five times..
Ironically, one of Singapore’s most established mosques is located in the heart of Chinatown! Built in 1826 by the Chulias (Tamil Muslims from the famous Chola Kingdom of Tamil Nadu along..
If you are looking for a quick break from the hustle and bustle of the Singapore urban lifestyle, visit the Jurong BirdPark where 9,000 colourful birds of 600 species will amaze you with..
Named after the Gelam tree which used to grow in the area, Kampong Glam was the historic seat of Malay royalty in Singapore. Today, the former Istana Kampong Glam (Sultan’s palace) has..
The three reservoirs are popular sites for family outings and picnics as they provide a quiet respite to the hustle and bustle of city living. Surrounded by broad swamps, jungles and..
Discover the role of Kampong Gelam as the centre of Islamic learning and literacy in the late 19th century, where Muslim immigrants form the Malay Archipelago stopped to buy supplies before..
For over 50 years, Mandai Orchid Garden has been a beautiful sanctuary where a diverse array of spectacular hybrids bloom on a gentle hillside. An added delight is the mature landscaped..
The urban reservoir experience is beyond sights and sounds. Brace yourself for a sensory extravaganza …
See the dam’s nine crest gates span all 350m of the mouth of the Marina..
The Merlion was first designed as an emblem for the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) in 1964 – the lion head with a fish body resting on a crest of waves quickly became Singapore’s icon to..
MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys), the world's first purpose-built museum for toys, opened in Singapore in May 2006. The museum showcases an extensive collection of..
In May 2005, the National Library Singapore received the platinum Green Mark Award (the highest badge of honour) from the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore. Its extensive..
Buddhism is one of the religious pillars of the East. Nei Xue Tang’s priceless collection of Buddhist art works pays tribute to devotees, with Buddhist artifacts, relics, antiquities and..
As the sun sets, a different world comes to life. At the Night Safari, you can look a rhinoceros in the eye, hear the howls of a pack of striped hyenas or watch giraffes glide serenely..
At the Western end of Singapore lies a jewel of artworks and cultural artifacts. The NUS Museums at the National University of Singapore house a treasure trove of Asian art pieces. Watch..
What do government and art have in common? The Old Parliament House, for one. Designed and built by George Coleman as a colonial mansion in 1827, Singapore's oldest government building has..
If you’re strolling along the Singapore River and do a double take, that might be because you suddenly find yourself confronted by some life-like and life-size bronze sculptures. Tagged..
This new museum aims to house the best collection of Peranakan artefacts in the world, and the first comprehensive display of Peranakan culture anywhere in the world. It will be positioned..
This rustic village is a reflection of days gone by, when life was simpler. Try leisure walking or cycling to enjoy the natural vegetation and laidback kampong ambience of this quaint..
The 2nd red dot design museum was established in Singapore in November 2005. The museum is the anchor tenant and key attraction at the red dot Traffic, a creative hub located at Maxwell..
Go back in time to 1942 when 1,400 soldiers of the Malay Regiment made their stand against 13,000 Japanese soldiers, choosing death over dishonour. Allow Pepper's Ghost to bring you through..
A more laid-back cousin to Boat Quay, Robertson Quay offers a more tranquil ambience for dining and entertainment by the Singapore River. Housing a string of hotels hugging the river..
A 15-metre high statue of Buddha, surrounded by a seemingly endless chain of lights, is the focal point of this simple but impressive building. At the base of the statue is a fresco..
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