Singapore Attractions

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  • G-Max Reverse Bungy

    G-Max Reverse Bungy

    If you like the idea of bungy jumping but wimp-out once you reach the top, then Clarke Quay’s Reverse Bungy might be your answer! Read More...

  • The Pinnacle@Duxton

    The Pinnacle@Duxton

    For some fantastic views over Singapore, The Pinnacle@Duxton boasts an impressive 50th-floor skybridge which is open to the public 09:00-21:00 every day. Read More...

  • 5 Islands near Singapore

    5 Islands near Singapore

    Time to swap the concrete jungle for an actual one, with these 5 islands near Singapore – all of which are less than an hour away by ferry. Read More...

  • 10 Free Things to do in Singapore

    10 Free Things to do in Singapore

    From giant man-made Super Trees that you’ve probably seen on the postcards, to quaint ethnic enclaves waiting to be explored, these 10 free things to do in Singapore Read More...

  • Singapore on a Budget - 10 Tips to Save Money in Singapore

    Singapore on a Budget

    This guide to Singapore on a budget is proof that, with a little inside help, coming to the Lion City doesn’t have to drain all your money. Read More...

  • Beaches in Singapore

    Beaches in Singapore

    From Sentosa’s picturesque beaches (that’d you never guess are fake), to tropical island escapes just a short boat trip from the city centre, all the best Read More...

  • Esplanade


    Singapore’s Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay and Esplanade Mall comprise a multi-purpose arts centre bringing a fantastic array of shows to the bay area of the city Read More...

  • ArtScience Museum

    ArtScience Museum

    ArtScience Museum is a fantastic addition to Singapore’s galleries, and brings a great range of international art and science exhibits as well as an intriguing permanent Read More...

  • Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

    Adventure Cove Waterpark

    With a fun range of water rides alongside some more gentile activities like snorkelling with the fishes, Adventure Cove Waterpark satisfies both the thrill seekers as well as Read More...

  • Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay

    Cloud Forest

    Home to the largest indoor waterfall in the world, the climate controlled Forest Dome at Gardens by the Bay is one Singapore’s coolest attractions – quite Read More...

  • Red Dot Design Museum

    Red Dot Design Museum

    Red Dot Design Museum will make you look at everyday objects in a different light. Taking the mystery out of innovations that make our life easier and exploring some of the Read More...

  • Asian Civilisations Museum

    Asian Civilisations Museum

    A visit to Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) – one of Singapore’s most acclaimed national museums – is a great way to take a journey through the interesting Read More...

  • Fort Canning Park Singapore

    Fort Canning Park

    A surprising green space in the heart of Singapore, Fort Canning Park is one of the city’s most significant historical landmarks. Here it is possible to escape the busy Read More...

  • F1 Grand Prix

    Singapore F1 Grand Prix

    Sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de L'Automobile (FIA), the Formula One World Championship – F1 in short - is a world-class event deemed to be Read More...

  • Chijmes Restaurants

    Chijmes Restaurants

    A former convent converted into a dining and entertainment haven, Chijmes is a stunning precinct which has been restored to its former architectural glory. Read More...

  • Singapore Casinos

    Singapore Casinos

    With the opening of two lavish casino locations in 2010, tourists and gamers can visit Singapore and enjoy gaming in a world-class environment. Read More...

  • Eco Tourism

    Eco Tourism

    In this section, we list some of the larger and more interesting natural enclaves such as Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Pulau Ubin, where the flora and fauna have more and Read More...

  • Singapore Temples and Churches

    Singapore Temples

    There are many temple and churches in Singapore: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism - all have their places of worship in the City of the Lion. Read More...

  • Nature parks

    Singapore Parks

    You’ll not want for natural attractions in Singapore. As with many other facets of the City State, Singapore’s Nature Parks are extremely well organised and Read More...

  • Bowling

    Singapore Bowling Alleys

    Bowling is one of the Singaporean's most well-loved sports since it was first introduced to the country some 40 years ago. Currently there are more than a dozen centres Read More...

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