Unlock the magic of Singapore

Steamy jungles teeming with wildlife adjoin futuristic gardens; hawkers sell cuisine from around the world; super-deluxe malls sit beside old Chinatown backstreets. Take a tour of this surprising global hub and discover a land of contrasts in Singapore.

Attractions in Singapore

Merlion Park
An iconic park that is home to the national mascot of Singapore: the Merlion (and its cub).
Thian Hock Keng Temple
The oldest and most important Fujian temple in Singapore, dedicated to Mazu, Taoist goddess of the Sea.
The Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Gardens are 156 years old, and the world's only tropical gardens designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
National Orchid Garden
A highlight of the Botanical Gardens, the magnificent National Orchid Garden is a global centre for orchid expertise and a pioneer in hybrid cultivation.
Little India
Experience authentic sub-continental culture and cuisine in Little India.
The Civic District
Founded by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1827, the Civic District is where Singapore as we know it began.
Gardens by the Bay
250 green acres of surreal, colourful, futuristic scenery, the Gardens by the Bay are like no other place on earth.
Peranakan Museum
The first of its kind, this museum showcases the culture of the Straits-born local people with interactive exhibits and multimedia displays.
Bugis Street
A vibrant 800 stall market which at night is ablaze with neon.
Baba House
A well preserved Peranakan home, giving an insight into the group's unique history, architecture and heritage.
Mount Faber
The centrepiece of Mount Faber Park, providing a panorama over the bustling CBD.
Singapore Cable Car
Experience spectacular views on this aerial route between Singapore and Sentosa island.
Images of Singapore
Explore Singapore's history from its Malay origins through to its stratospheric Asian Tiger growth as a port and financial centre.
Fort Siloso
Siloso is the last of Singapore's twelve coastal gun batteries, which proved futile in defending against the Japanese invasion: today it is a museum of surrender.
S.E.A. Aquarium
The world's second largest aquarium, S.E.A. recreates 49 aquatic habitats found in Australasia.
Madame Tussauds Singapore
'Meet' some of the world's most famous superstars including Angelina Jolie, Sachin Tendulkar and many more!
Sri Mariamman Temple
The oldest Hindu Temple in the city, built in 1827 in the South Indian 'Dravidian' style. It's embellished with six tiers of Hindu deities, painted in bright colours and with fantastic detail.
Singapore "Bumboat' River trip
The river was the mainstay of business and trading in days gone by, where the bumboats transported the goods to the warehouses lining the river bank. They are still used today to help Singaporeans and sight-seers get from A to B, in style.
Sentosa - the State of Fun
Fly by cable car to this wonderland of fun and frolics, both natural and manmade. Visit the numerous different sport and play venues, marvel at the technological and creative feats of cinema and theatre, and stroll along the white sands of the natural cove.
Singapore Zoo
The Singapore zoo is one of the world's premier zoos, opting for as natural an approach as possible in the way that the animals are housed. Roughly 16% of the animals are endangered, and it is home to the world's largest colony of captive orang-utans!
The Yong Gallery
A celebration of traditional Chinese arts and crafts, including exceptional calligraphy, the Yong Gallery is well worth a visit.


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