What to Do in Singapore

Singapore Attractions

Attractions in Singapore are in no short supply. This ever-expanding city is bursting full of fun things to do and see across its many diverse districts and vibrant neighbourhoods. From postcard favourites such as the Merlion statue, Singapore’s iconic symbol, to more out-of-the-way spots like forgotten temples and hidden parks, this section has it all covered. 

With our team of experts on the ground, we have compiled lists of all the best attractions in Singapore area by area - including Chinatown, Orchard Road, Little India, Marina Bay and Bugis – just to name a few. You can also see our full A-Z list of attractions, which is constantly updated with all the latest things to do and see in this fun and fascinating city-state.

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  • First Time in Singapore – What to Do

    First Time in Singapore – What to Do

    Singapore makes it easy for first timers. This island state is made up of expats, so you’ll never feel out of place no Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Singapore

    10 Best Things to Do in Singapore

    Almost everyone will have seen an image of the city’s symbol, the Merlion. The impressive Singapore flyer and Marina Bay 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 Read More»

  • 10 Things to do in Singapore when it rains

    10 Things to Do When it Rains

    From the largest indoor waterfall in the world, to flying your own jumbo jet (in a simulator, of course), these 10 Read More»

  • 10 Incredibly Expensive Things To Do in Singapore

    10 Incredibly Expensive Things to Do

    Singapore often gets a bad rep for being one of the most expensive cities in the world, and not without merit. Whilst Read More»

  • 10 Things to Do in Singapore with Kids

    10 Things to Do with Kids

    Singapore is probably the premier family friendly destination in Asia, thanks to the wealth of attractions catering to Read More»

First Time in Orchard Road - What to Do

First Time in Orchard Road - What to Do

Orchard Road is famed as a shopping destination. This 2-km street is lined on both sides with shopping malls, flagship Read More...

First Time in Marina Bay - What to Do

First Time in Marina Bay - What to Do

Marina Bay is the sleek and sophisticated coastal region housing many of Singapore’s best attractions and iconic Read More...

First Time in Chinatown - What to Do

First Time in Chinatown - What to Do

Chinatown is where the old traditions of Singapore live on. You can see old friends playing board games, drinking tea Read More...

First Time in Sentosa - What to Do

The manmade island of Sentosa is the best place to have fun in Singapore. Guests of all ages are really spoilt for Read More...

  • Singapore Flyer

    Singapore Flyer

    The Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. A one-of-a-kind experience and built over a three-story Read More»

  • The Merlion Singapore

    The Merlion Singapore

    You can’t possibly go back home and tell your friends you’ve been to Singapore without getting that all-important snap Read More»

  • Gardens by the Bay

    Gardens by the Bay

    Gardens by the Bay is a huge, colourful, futuristic park in the bay area of Singapore; and has been crowned World Read More»

  • Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

    Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

    Get a taste of the high life at Marina Bay Sands SkyPark by viewing Singapore from above. This large wooden decked area Read More»

  • Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

    Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

    The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a remarkable four-story temple. When entering the gate, you’ll immediately notice the 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 Read More»

  • Universal Studios Singapore

    Universal Studios Singapore

    The latest addition to Singapore’s attractions is Universal Studios. Opened in March 2010, it has seven themed sections Read More»

  • Skyline Luge Sentosa

    Skyline Luge Sentosa

    Discover another fun experience while at Sentosa such as the Skyride – an open-air cable-driven chairlift. Then try the 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 Read More»

  • S.E.A Aquarium Singapore

    S.E.A Aquarium Singapore

    SEA Aquarium on Sentosa Island is one of Singapore’s finest family-friendly, all-weather attractions. It’s also one of Read More»

  • 5 Best Day Trips from Singapore

    Popular Singapore day trips include trips to Malaysia and Indonesia. Sitting in Southeast Asia on the Singapore Strait, Read More»

  • Crane Dance Singapore

    Crane Dance Singapore

    The Crane Dance is light and sound show on Sentosa Island that holds the title of ‘the largest show animatronic show in Read More»

  • National Stadium Singapore

    National Stadium Singapore

    The National Stadium in Singapore opened in June 2014, replacing the old Kallang Stadium on the same site. The brand new Read More»

  • Wild Wild Wet Singapore

    Wild Wild Wet Singapore

    Wild Wild Wet Singapore is one of the most popular waterparks in the country, promising an action-packed day of Read More»

  • National Gallery Singapore

    National Gallery Singapore

    The National Gallery Singapore houses the world’s largest public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art, with Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Orchard Road

    10 Best Things to Do in Orchard

    If you are wandering along Orchard Road and looking for something to do other than shopping then never fear, there is Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Marina Bay

    10 Best Things to Do in Marina Bay

    With the whole Marina Bay area having undergone a transformation of epic proportions in recent years, this is one area Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Clarke Quay and Riverside

    10 Best Things to Do in Clarke Quay

    Presenting the 10 Best Attractions in Clarke Quay - offering visitors a great range of alternative things to do and see Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore

    10 Best Things to Do in Chinatown

    Chinatown in Singapore is a sharp contrast to the rest of the city, with low rise buildings and culture bursting out Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Sentosa Island

    10 Best Things to Do in Sentosa

    From hurtling down a hill in a luge-car to relaxing on tropical beaches under a palm trees, attractions on the manmade Read More»

  • 10 Best Things to Do in the Civic District

    10 Best Things to Do in the Civic District

    The Civic District lies at the very heart of Singapore, and is known for its key government buildings, museums, Read More»

  • 5 Best Things to Do in Bugis and Kampong Glam

    5 Best Things to Do in Bugis & Kampong Glam

    Attractions in ethnically diverse Bugis and Kampong Glam neighbourhoods revolve around the area’s thriving cultural Read More»

  • 5 Best Attractions in Little India

    5 Best Things to Do in Little India

    All the must see attractions in Little India are within walking distance from one another, meaning that you could Read More»

Orchard Road Attractions

Orchard Road Attractions A-Z

Orchard Road exudes style and dignity. Stroll around and take the area in, stopping at Istana, the former Government Read More...

Marina Bay Attractions

Marina Bay Attractions A-Z

Esplanade, an arts venue in Singapore features a 2,000-seat theatre, a 1,600-seat concert hall, two smaller studios, a Read More...

Clarke Quay & Riverside Attractions

Clarke Quay Attractions A-Z

The Singapore Flyer is a one-of-a-kind experience in Asia. Built over a three-story terminal building, a complete Read More...

Chinatown Attractions

Chinatown Attractions A-Z

Singapore Chinatown is an amazing place full of beautifully restored shop-houses selling amazing kind of products from Read More...

Sentosa Attractions

Sentosa Attractions A-Z

Sentosa is Singapore's premier island resort getaway with multi-faceted appeal, teeming with events all year round. Just Read More...

All Attractions A to Z

All Attractions A to Z

From the sober architecture of the city-state's religious edifices to the swirling and colourful markets to the Read More...

Singapore Attractions Guide

Singapore Theme Parks

Singapore Theme Parks

Looking for fun in Singapore? It isn't hard to find as the city-state, in spite of its conservative and staid 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 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 Read More...

Museums & Galleries

Museums & Galleries

The Singapore History Museum at Stamford Road, traces the eventful history of Singapore from the 14th century to the Read More...

Singapore Landmarks & Memorials

Singapore Landmarks

Singapore certainly has a past worth exploring and it's through the historical buildings of the city-state that you can 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 Read More...


Singapore Spas

Step into one of Singapore's many spas and pamper yourself with a relaxing massage, refreshing aromatherapy treatment or 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 Read More...

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