This huge garden complex featuring the futuristic Supertrees is a reason in itself to visit Singapore.
This park is notable especially because it holds the iconic landmark and "mascot" of Singapore: Merlion, a mythical half-lion, half-fish…
Located near Chinatown, Little India is a lively and charming Tamil neighbourhood with lots of small spice and textile shops, fortune…
Rather on the expensive side, yet totally worth it, this luxurious complex houses everything you can imagine - from hotels to a casino,…
Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, this once historical quay is now a riverside development with an abundance of restaurants, nightclubs, and…
This award-winning zoo is well known for holding the largest orangutan colony.
Also called Maha Sasana Ramsi, this is the oldest Theravada temple in Singapore.
Jewel Changi Airport is a nature-themed entertainment and retail complex on the landside of Changi Airport, Singapore.
Ranking among the most popular attractions in Singapore, this safari is the very first nocturnal zoo in the world.
This peculiar theme park is dotted with huge dioramas and statues depicting Chinese legends, folklore, and mythological notions.
This aviary holds more than 400 species of birds, which makes it the largest one in Asia Pacific.
This nature trail and TreeTop walk will take you through the last remaining stretch of Singapore rainforest.
The River Safari is a river-themed zoo and aquarium located in Singapore.
While waiting for your flight, you can take this unique opportunity and visit a butterfly garden that is a part of the airport complex.
Singapore Changi Airport is Singapore's primary international airport and a major aviation hub in Asia.
An open air market during the day, a famous red-light district area during the night.
The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery, is a Buddhist temple located at Bright Hill Road off Sin Ming Avenue in Bishan, Singapore.
Part of the Changi Airport complex, this splendid orchid garden houses over 700 orchids of various colors.
A 15-kiliometre stretch of fine sandy beach attracts lots of people on a daily basis.
This captivating museum is dedicated to the moving history of Singapore during the WWII.
Kent Ridge Park is a 47-hectare public park located in Kent Ridge, Singapore, between the National University of Singapore and the…