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Singapore Zooand Night Safari Undisputedly one of the best in the world, the Singapore Zoo’s open concept features animal shows and rides, a treat for both the young and old. Come in the late afternoon and stay for the world’s first and only Night Safari. Traverse eight geographical regions in an exhilarating pseudo-tram ride.
National Museum of Singapore First opened in 1887, this museum features five different permanent exhibitions, and plays host to numerous festivals and events every year. Entry is free on Fridays.
Resorts World Sentosa A playground for both adults and kids is home to four hotels, a casino and a Universal Studios theme park.
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Arab Street is a popular tourist destination in the Kampong Glam district famous for textiles and carpets. The shop houses found on both sides of the street house numerous textiles and carpet stores including Bobby Fabrics... more
Haji Lane is the place for fashionistas desiring an indie shopping experience in Singapore. You will enjoy this alternative place if you are into cult fashion or love original and unique items. You will find homegrown fash... more
The Singapore Botanic Garden was a pet project of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore. Although the first garden was closed in 1829 after just seven years, a second garden was begun in 1859 when the Agri ... more
Bali Lane is a little quirky lane lined with graffiti-painted shop houses with interesting art designs uncommon in Singapore. At Bali Lane, there is Doinky Doodles, which carries a range of cute handmade patchwork items su... more
Nestled within the hustle and bustle of the Singapore city centre, the iconic National Museum of Singapore features five different permanent exhibitions, allowing visitors to gain an intimate understanding of Singapore's u... more
3 Fans, adults S$10, children and seniors S$5, in Colonial District
Built at a cost of S$240m, the Singapore Flyer is the world's tallest observation wheel, standing at a height of 165m. There are uncanny and deliberate numbers here; the Flyer has 28 capsules, each for 28 passengers exactl... more
3 Fans, S$29.50 adults, S$20.65 children, in Colonial District
Emerald Hill is home to 112 homes and shop houses with distinct Chinese Baroque architecture. Built between 1902 and 1930, it is located near Orchard Road and was formerly home to many of Singapore's wealthy Peranakan comm... more
Underwater World is an oceanarium located at Siloso Point on Sentosa. It was opened in 1991 and recently saw the addition of the Dolphin Lagoon. About 2500 marine and freshwater animals of about 250 species from all over t... more
3 Fans, Adult S$22.90, Child (3-12 years old) S$14.60 and Child (under 3) free, in Sentosa
Resorts World was opened in 2010 and is one of the biggest attractions on Sentosa. The sprawling complex is currently made up of four hotels, a casino and the Universal Studios theme park. The four hotels are Crockfords To... more
Expect nothing but a fun-filled day at this award-winning zoo, touted countless times as the best in the world. With innovative concepts and exhibits, the zoo continues to impress visitors, even those second-timers. Althou... more
3 Fans, Adult S$18, Child (3 to 12 years old) S$12, in North
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