This park holds the iconic landmark of Singapore: a mythical half-lion, half-fish creature. A must see!
Rather on the expensive side, yet totally worth it: the best view of Singapore you can possibly have. Brand new landmark of the city!
Lively and charming Tamil neighbourhood with lots of small spice and textile shops, fortune-telling stalls and way more. A must see!
The municipal park spanning 101 hectares in the centre of the city is a fancy recreation spot. Notice the Supertree Groves and Cloud Forest.
This island is one big entertainment center. Theme parks, lookout tower, botanical gardens, clubs and beaches - what more to wish for?
This cable car going from Mt. Faber to Sentosa is one of the much-loved tourist attractions. The views are amazing!
This neighbourhood is rather gentrified yet still worth your time and attention. Lots of food spots and shops ideal for souvenir hunting.
Riverside development with abundance of restaurants, nightclubs and bars. Popular night-time destination.
Explore this colourful district to its fullest by browsing through its charming houses, textile shops and small cafés.
It used to be a real motley of cultures and activities. Now redeveloped, but still retains something of its charm. Ideal for shopping.
Huge entertainment park with several themed lands ranging from Ancient Egypt to Hollywood and Madagascar. So much to do!
This is where all shopping lovers head first. Long street lined with huge shopping malls and big brands.
The oldest Theravada temple in Singapore. The marvellous structure holds the largest marble Buddha statue outside of Myanmar.
Place popular with locals and tourists alike. Sprawling flea market where you can come across just anything.
Huge Ferris wheel from which you can overlook vast portion of the city. An unforgettable experience!
Landmark of Singapore. Colloquially called 'Durian' for its unique shape, this waterside complex holds concert hall and huge shopping mall.
The world's largest fountain unsurprisingly dominates a huge shopping mall. Built according to the principles of feng shui.
Although its style is reminiscent of Tang dynasty, the building is brand new. The most important temple as it holds rare Buddha relic.
Vast haven for nature lovers. Lush greenery, abundance of species, lots to see and do. Free entrance!
The oldest and most important Hindu temple in Singapore. The humble entrance fee is definitely worth exploring its numerous halls.
Discover the fascinating ocean life and learn about animal species from different oceans and seas. It's very interactive.