This huge garden complex featuring the futuristic Supertrees is a reason in itself to visit Singapore.
Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, this once historical quay is now a riverside development with an abundance of restaurants, nightclubs, and…
This is where all shopping lovers head first. 2,2 km-long street lined with huge shopping malls and big brand boutiques.
Nature lovers must not hesitate to set out on this 10 kilometers long trail connecting these nature parks: Mount Faber, Kent Ridge, Telok…
Back in the 19th century, this part of Port of Singapore was probably the busiest one and it served as a center of commerce.
This nature trail and TreeTop walk will take you through the last remaining stretch of Singapore rainforest.
An open air market during the day, a famous red-light district area during the night.
A 15-kiliometre stretch of fine sandy beach attracts lots of people on a daily basis.
Part of the Changi Airport complex, this splendid orchid garden houses over 700 orchids of various colors.