Best Things To Do In Singapore 2022 (Comfort Maxicabby Sg)

Singapore attractions by Comfortable Maxicabby Sg; difference among Local favorites, Kid friendly, Outdoors, Art & culture, History, Museums, Beaches & Amusement parks

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History

The Peranakan Museum

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The Peranakan Museum is a museum and gallery in the Museum district of Singapore that specializes in an old culture that was established during the 15th century. It has been around for more than 20 years. Also, it is connected to another museum called the Asian Civilizations Museum.

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

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The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is a museum of natural history at the Kent Ridge Campus of the National University of Singapore and is named after philanthropist Lee Kong Chian. Opened in April 2015, it houses the Raffles Natural History Collection from 1935 to 2008.

Saint Andrew’s Cathedral 

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The Saint Andrew’s Cathedral is located in Singapore within the Central Area, near City Hall. It is an Episcopal cathedral of the Church of England.

National Gallery Singapore

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The National Gallery Singapore, also known simply as the National Gallery, is a public museum dedicated to art and culture located in the Civic District of Singapore. Their various works include both foreign and Asian artwork and hold close to 10,000 pieces between them all. This includes everything from traditional hands-on exhibits, which allow the guests to experience some artistic techniques first hand, to more interactive activities that encourage guests to imagine other worlds through crafts and storytelling.

Sri Mariamman Temple

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The Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple. It is also the oldest agamic (Hindu temple) in Singapore, built in the Dravidian style. This place of worship sits at 244 South Bridge Road, close to Chinatown’s CBD district, and serves all of the majority Hindu Singaporeans and Tamils who live in this bustling city-state.

Changi Chapel and Museum

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The Changi Chapel is a war memorial which provides an insight into the history of Singapore during the Second World War and its capture by the Japanese.

Kranji War Memorial

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The Kranji War Memorial is located at 9 Woodlands Road, and it was built in memory of the few thousand men and women from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India and Malaya who gave their lives for our freedom. It is also dedicated to the Dutch people because during the war they helped to protect all civilians within the local community. The memorial signifies identity, safety and building a brighter future between all cultures regardless of religion or ethnicity.

Cathedral of the Good Shepherd 

The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd is the oldest Roman Catholic church in Singapore and it’s one of the most prominent landmarks in Singapore. It sits within shaded grounds bounded by parallel roads like Bras Basah Road and Victoria Street as well as Queen Street.

Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Luxe hotel offering a few restaurants and bars, with sea views, a spa and an outdoor pool.

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Address10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
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Fort Canning Hill

Fort Canning Hill is a hill in Singapore. It is also an area of the Fort Canning Park, which is a hill as well in Singapore. Did you know that Singapore Hill and Bukit Larangan are the same thing? Well they kind of are but Bukit Larangan specifically refers to that small hill while Singapore Hill refers to that small hill as well as the surrounding area

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park at Resorts World Sentosa, located within the Philippines. It features 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. Universal Studios is one of the six Universal Studios theme parks around the world.

Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa is a theme park in Singapore that depicts mythical and ancient Chinese stories, myths, legends, and folklore. It is a destination for Singaporean citizens and tourists alike.

The Private Museum

Private museum established to provide a space for art collectors to showcase their collections.

The Kong Meng San Phor Kark

Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery was founded in 1919 by Zhuan Dao, a man of considerable influence throughout his life. Zhuan Dao offered the monastery to the Kong Meng San Phor Kark See monks to use it as a refuge for their practice and worship of Buddhism. The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery is also one of Singapore’s largest Buddhist temples.

Thian Hock Keng

Thian Hock Keng Temple is a Chinese temple in Singapore. It was built for the worship of Mazu, an Asian sea goddess and protector of seafarers. It is the oldest Hokkien temple in the country. Another Buddhist shrine within the compound is committed to Guanyin, an important Chinese Buddhist bodhisattva associated with compassionate means who manages to reach across languages, cultures and schools of Buddhism – whilst still reflecting her Chinese roots.

Singapore Cenotaph

The Cenotaph is a commemorative monument that is just one of many war memorials in Singapore but perhaps its most significant feature is the fact that it stands tall and proud within the heart of Singapore’s central business district, serving as a symbol of remembrance.

Fuk Tak Chi Museum

The Fuk Tak Chi Temple in Singapore was once one of the oldest temples in the county. It was built by Cantonese and Hakka immigrants from Kwangtung, Hong Kong and other parts of China. The temple was rebuilt in 1854 after a fire destroyed it, at which time, two other Hakka clans, Fong Yun Thai and Ying Fo Fui Kun, contributed to it’s rebuilding effort.

The Former Ford Factory

The former Ford Factory is located along Upper Bukit Timah Road at Bukit Timah in Singapore. It was where British forces surrendered to Japanese forces on 15 February 1942 after the Battle of Singapore.

The Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is a type of Ferris wheel located in Singapore, which was opened to the public on 15 April 2008. The wheel has 28 air-conditioned capsules, each able to accommodate 28 passengers and a three-story terminal building that houses restaurants and shops. We hope you had fun there!

Singapore Discovery Centre

The Singapore Discovery Centre is an ‘edutainment’ and tourist attraction that displays information about the history of Singapore. The centre includes exhibits which give insight into what our country has been working and striving towards over the years as well as depicting how our dreams, hopes, aspirations and global presence might change in the years to come.

Japanese Cemetery Park

The Japanese Cemetery Park will become the first of its kind and the largest cemetery in Southeast Asia when it comes to Japan. It is a 29,359 square metre cemetery consisting of 910 tombstones. The addition of 910 new tombstones would raise the number of grave sites at  the Japanese Cemetery Park to approximately 1,000 before 2015.

Friends of the Museums

FOM provides its members with opportunities for service to Singapore’s museums through docent training, group study and self-enrichment.

CHIJMES

CHIJMES is a historic complex in Singapore that offers you the chance to encounter a unique amalgamation of buildings and residences constructed over a century ago. These buildings include CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls’ School, CHIJMES Hall, CHIJMES Church (designed by R. A. J. Bidwell, the supervising architect of Singapore’s public buildings), Saint Joseph’s Institution building and Saint Joseph’s Chapel and St Patrick’s Building.

Esplanade Park

Esplanade Park is a park located at the Esplanade area within the Downtown Core district of Singapore

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

The Sri Thendayuthapani Temple of Singapore is an excellent example of fusion architecture. A collaboration between Australian and Indian academics, the structure was completed in 1984 to replace a much earlier temple built by the Chettiars. Originally white in color, the building was gazetted as a national monument on 20 October 2014 .

Baba House

The Baba House is an exhibition venue in Singapore that showcases Peranakan history, architecture and heritage. The venue is housed inside of a traditional Peranakan pre-war terrace-house which was formerly owned by a 19th-century shipping tycoon named Wee Bin who settled down in Singapore after immigrating from southern China province of Fujian

Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator

The Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator, referred to locally as the Armenian Church, is a historical monument located in Singapore on Museum Street. Construction for the church started in 1833 and was completed two years later in 1835.

Bukit Brown cemetery

Bukit Brown cemetery is located in the central area of Singapore, bordering Lornie Road and parts of the Pan-Island Expressway

Fort Tanjong Katong

Fort Tanjong Katong, one of the oldest military buildings in Singapore, was built by the former British Colonial Government between 1879 and 1901. The more than 100 year old fortress was located on a hill north of the present day Fort Road.

The Arts House 

The Arts House is a stage in Singapore. It’s an art gallery which offers exhibitions and concerts. The Arts House was officially opened to the public on 3 March 2006 by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. The venue was originally called “Old Parliament House”, but was renamed to “Arts House” after renovations to part of the building were completed on 6 June 2007

The Gem Museum

The Gem Museum  is the first and most comprehensive gems and minerals museum opened to the public. The museum housed more than 300 samples from all over the world, to educate visitors from Mine to Market

Church of Saints Peter and Paul

The Church of Saints Peter and Paul is located at 8.24b in the sector map of Singapore. This particular area is situated in the Central Area which is also known as the Bras Basah Bugis precinct of Singapore’s arts district.

Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall

The Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall is one of the most prominent performing arts centers in Singapore, located at the heart of Central within the Empress Place civic center. It was first built in 1862 but was completed and renovated only in 1909.

Vintage Camera Museum

The Vintage Camera Museum is a camera museum in Kampong Glam which is a neighbourhood and ethnic enclave in Singapore. 

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery

Historic fire trucks & equipment are on display at this small civil defense museum in a fire station.

Telok Ayer Street

Telok Ayer Street is a street located in Singapore’s Chinatown within the Outram district, linking Church Street to Cecil Street. Telok Ayer MRT station is located at the junction of Cross Street and this road

Hong San See

Hong San See is a Chinese temple in Singapore, and is located at Mohamed Sultan Road in the River Valley Planning Area, within the Central Area. Hong San See Temple was constructed between 1908 and 1913, erected by migrants from Nan An County in Fujian province with materials imported from China

The SGH War Memorial

The SGH War Memorial is located within the grounds of the Singapore General Hospital in Outram. This memorial marked the tragedy and the burial site of a group of medical students from the King Edward VII College of Medicine, who were killed during the Second World War in Singapore.

Images of Singapore LIVE

Singapore Museum provides a 45-minute, actor guided tour and themed boat ride. The wildebeest is a gregarious and sociable antelope species that lives in family units composed of adults often seen together with their young. They are very alert animals, due to the need for protection from predators.

The Padang

The Padang is an open playing field located within the Downtown Core of the Central Area in Singapore. It includes the Padang Cricket Ground. The Padang is surrounded by several important landmarks, which include Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, City Hall, the Old Supreme Court Building and the City Hall MRT station

Labrador ATMB Battery

Fort Pasir Panjang or Labrador Battery is located within the lush Labrador Park at the southern tip of Singapore island. It was one of the 11 coastal artillery forts built by the British in the 19th century to defend the western passageway into Keppel Harbour against piracy and foreign naval powers

Church of Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes is a Catholic Church that’s located in Singapore. It’s found on Ophir Road in Rochor, which is known as the Central District and is a part of Singapore’s main business district.

STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery

STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery is a creative workshop and contemporary art gallery based in Singapore that specialises in artistic experimentation in the medium of print and paper. To date, STPI has collaborated with over 90 artists from all over the world. 

Sri Sivan Temple

In the city of Singapore, there it’s a Hindu temple dedicated to the Sri Shiva. This remarkable temple was originally located in Potong Pasir, but has found its way three more times on account of being threatened by development and has finally come to rest adjacent to Foo Hai Ch’an Buddhist Monastery in front of Paya Lebar MRT Station exit C at Geylang East Avenue 2.

Chancery of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore

The Archdiocese of Singapore is an exempt archdiocese of the Latin Church of the Catholic Church. Its territory includes all of Singapore. Its current archbishop is William Goh Seng Chye

Gillman Barracks

Gillman Barracks is a contemporary art cluster in Singapore that is home to international art galleries, restaurants and the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art. The entire cluster of buildings used to be barracks but now serves as an arts hub!

Indian National Army Monument 

The Former Indian National Army Monument is a historical site and a demolished war memorial at the Esplanade Park located at Connaught Drive within the downtown of Singapore

World of Birdnest Museum

World of Birdnest  museum explaining the natural phenomenon of edible swiftlets’ nests & a shop selling products.

REDSEA Gallery

Former colonial army barracks now housing a contemporary art gallery & space for private events.

Loyang Tua Pek Kong

Large suburban temple with gilded shrines & statues of Buddhist, Taoist & Hindu deities.

Tan Kim Seng Fountain

The Tan Kim Seng Fountain is a fountain in Singapore which opened to the public in 1882. The monument was erected in order to honor notable philanthropist Tan Kim Seng for his donations for the construction of a reservoir and waterworks for residents of Singapore.

Dalhousie Obelisk

The Dalhousie Obelisk is a memorial obelisk in the Civic District of Singapore, located on the north bank of the Singapore River in the Downtown Core, within the Central Area in Singapore’s central business district

Church of the Sacred Heart 

The Church of the Sacred Heart is a Roman Catholic church in Singapore. Located at 43 Hill Street, it was established in 1910 as one of the oldest parishes under the Archdiocese. Its feast day falls on June 17 each year, coincidentally on Pentecost Sunday which marks the first coming of the Holy Spirit to the Apostles. The heart of Jesus is central to Catholic belief, so Pope John Paul II decreed that June 17 would be observed each year as the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus , with his pastor including a homily at Mass on how ***’s gift of love came through to us.

Nei Xue Tang

The Nei Xue Tang Museum is a private museum located in Singapore. Woon Wee Teng created the museum using a program that was developed by the Singapore government in order to allow collectors the ability to showcase their collections on their own terms without having to completely open up space for all to see

Gajah Gallery

Gajah Gallery is gallery in Singapore that hosts artwork related to socio-cultural interests of Asia. It was established in 1995 by Jasdeep Sandhu and promotes Southeast Asian contemporary art with an emphasis on Indonesian contemporary

Gedung Kuning

Gedung Kuning is a historical building located in Singapore. The address of this yellow palace was once 73 Sultan Gate, but from 1919-1925, its address was 33 Sultan Gate. Gedung Kuning stands just outside the Malay Heritage Center in Singapore.

Museum

The Science Centre Singapore

The Singapore Science Centre is a scientific institution located in Singapore, which looks to promote education and raise the interest of Singaporean people. The Centre offers various workshops and educational programs as well as exhibitions designed to engage both young children and adults alike.

Singapore Coins And Notes Museum

Tucked away at Teban Gardens Crescent is Singapore Mint, where they produce Singapore’s coins and notes.

Straits Enclave

The Straits Enclave is set within the heart of Joo Chiat, an area with a rich legacy dating back to the early 1900s whose contribution towards Singapore can be seen today in the colourful Peranakan-style architecture, old antiques and hand crafted furnishings.

The Air Force Museum

The Air Force Museum is a physical embodiment of the history, heritage, and values of the Republic of Singapore Air Force. The official museum of Singapore Air Force is located next to Paya Lebar Air Force Base and is a very popular tourist attraction.

KidsSTOP

Big indoor children’s play center with hands-on activities like building zones & an archaeology dig.

N30 Tank Pte Ltd

N30 services: (1) Custom-made wooden aquariums for pets, homes and offices (2) Maintenance of aquatic life like fish tanks (3) Aquarium plant maintenance (4) Aquatic animal transport services across the US; mainly Florida to New York City.

Nus Baba House

Baba House is a museum in Singapore, showcasing Peranakan history, architecture and heritage. It is a traditional Peranakan pre-war terrace-house which was formerly owned by the family of a 19th-century shipping tycoon Wee Bin who settled in Singapore, after arriving from the southern Chinese province of Fujian

SBG Heritage Museum

The 240sqm SBG Heritage Museum is located in Holttum Hall, which is next to Botany Centre in the Tanglin Core of the Gardens. Opened on 30 Nov 2013, the two-storey SBG Heritage Museum pays tribute to the Singapore Botanic Gardens role in Singapore’s history.

Republic of Singapore Navy museum

This museum specializes in educating visitors about the history of the Royal Navy from its humble beginnings to its modern-day deployments. It provides fascinating insight into the organization, and it is great for people who are interested in learning more about this important global defense force.

The Jews of Singapore Museum

The recent opening of a new permanent exhibition at the first Jewish Museum in Singapore is the perfect opportunity to delve into the rich history of this community which dates back 200 years.

Singapore Art Museum (Corporate Office)

Singapore National Museum opened in 1996 as the first art museum in Singapore. Known as SAM, we present contemporary art from a Southeast Asian perspective, with a focus on Singaporean and Southeast Asian artists.

The Cathay Gallery

The Cathay Gallery , Take a nostalgic journey through the storied history of the Loke family with antique cinema chairs.

The Cathay at Dhoby Ghaut, is a hidden film museum filled with memoriabilia from 70s Singapore.

Children’s Museum Singapore (formerly Singapore Philatelic Museum)

Children’s Museum Singapore in end 2022. Access through the museum carpark is temporarily closed due to renovation. 

The Annex – Science Centre Singapore

Science Centre Singapore (SCS) is the home of fun learning. The SCS—and our network of partners—is dedicated to making science more engaging, accessible and relevant to the lives of young people across Asia. By achieving these goals, we inspire our visitors to be curious, engaged thinkers (aka “Scientific Individuals”) who are inspired by ideas but take action to make a difference in their world.

Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery

Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery provides an overview of the history and heritage of Kreta Ayer. There are many restaurants in the neighborhood that offer diverse food like dim sum which is a type of Chinese dumpling.

MOE Heritage Centre

The MOE Heritage Center will feature an Education Story from the beginning of early education in Singapore to the present day. The center has been set up in order to inspire those who are aspiring to be teachers, parents and students alike.

Big Fish Aquarium

The Big Fish Aquarium houses has different species of fish. These fishes mostly come from the Amazon Basin in South America. To the rear of the pond, you can pay a visit to a Big Fish Aquarium. This tank is home to giant-sized fish such as the alligator gar, catfish, star fish et  c.

Centre for Ethnobotany

Singapore Botanic Gardens ExtensionTo mark its 150th Anniversary, … Measures (VDS) will be implemented for entry into the Centre for Ethnobotany. Located at the Bukit Timah Core of Singapore Botanic Gardens, the Centre for Ethnobotany explores the relationship between people and plants.

Singapore Arts Club

At the Singapore Arts Club, we celebrate the artists of Singapore and believe that art is what elevates a country. Our mission is to assist in art conversations across different mediums so that our community remains vibrant. This month, we’re special guest curated by one of our youngest curators, Evelyn Tan, so invite your family and friends to join the festivities!

SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark

SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark is the museum’s new contemporary art space located at a historic port, presenting contemporary art from a Southeast Asian perspective for artists, art lovers and the art curious

The Luxt Art Museum

The Luxt Art Museum is centrally located in the heart of Singapore. The building comprises of a leased venue space for private events.

This place has horrible … Art Museum and Art Gallery. Central Region, Singapore.

Click art museum

Singapore’s Vintage Camera Museum holds a large collection of vintage, popular and rare film cameras. It is colocated with the Click Art

Black Earth Art Museum

Lo, located in gracious Joo Chiat, Black Earth Art Museum mainly specialises in oriental art such as calligraphy and traditional Chinese ink & wash. The collection originated from the former High Commissioner’s residence and the Governor of Singapore’s official workplace, which were built in the second half of the 19th century during British Colonial rule.

CDL Green Gallery

Developed by CDL, the 314sqm Green Gallery is a new eco-friendly building sited on Holttum Lawn which is a part of the SBG Heritage Museum. This venture is noteworthy as it’s Singapore’s first purposefully built to be eco-friendly extension of SBG Museum.

Museum@My Queenstown

The @Museum is a museum located within the @MyQueenstown community and is an excellent place for visitors to learn more about the town’s history. Visitors can check out displays, materials, pictures, old maps etc. The management look after these things with care as they have been passed on to us by our great ancestors and we feel it is important to preserve them as a part of our culture.

The Singapore Ants Museum

Singapore Art Museum Opens New Space in Tanjong Pagar Distripark. Learn How to Go There. Enjoy Contemporary Artworks In An Expansive Warehouse Space in Tanjong Pagar Distripark. Near Tanjong Pagar MRT. New Way to Experience Art.

Police Heritage Centre

The Police Heritage Centre (PHC) is a multifarious showcase of exhibits that recreate the genesis and development of the Singapore Police Force (SPF) since the 1800s. It seeks to provide visitors with a better perspective of the rule of law, the interplay of justice and corrupt-free governance, as well as the importance of trust and rapport between the people and the Police.

Local favourite

Bollywood Veggies

Bollywood Veggies Organic Farm is one of the top-rated green businesses in Singapore. They offer organic vegetable garden management services and have been helping people plant tract and cultivate organic vegetables faster than they ever thought possible.

Changi Chapel Museum

Mural walls have been painted inside Changi which were meant to give the prisoners some motivation to not lose spirit during their time there. Although Changi has a rather bleak history in that it was a place of punishment, many people can be educated on how strong will and perseverance can overcome horrible circumstances. The use of artwork to leave a lasting mark on prisoners is interesting when you think about it. It’s important those with skills be dedicated towards the task to create things like the murals at Changi.

Kranji War Memorial

The Kranji War Memorial is located at 9 Woodlands Road, in Kranji, Singapore. This monument commemorates the men and women from the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaya and the Netherlands who lost their lives during World War II.

NEWater Visitor Centre

The NEWater Visitor Centre (NVC) is a hub designed to teach people just like you about the importance of water recycling in Singapore and how exactly it’s produced. Located at the PUB Tiong Tan Water Desalination facility, NVC illuminates all things NEWater related including how it’s made, its advantages, as well as opportunities for us to be more environmentally conscious as a country!

Singapore Discovery Centre

The Singapore Discovery Centre serves as an educational exhibition and tourist destination. It contains exhibits showing the history of Singapore and also insight into the future.

Tiger Brewery Tour

Step into the home of Tiger Beer and see how we brew Singapore’s iconic brew! The whole brewing process takes up to an hour because there are a lot of different production steps involved. At the end you will be given a tasting with a half pint of Tiger Beer or two smaller beers at your choice.

National Library

The National Library of Singapore is the flagship national library of Singapore. A subsidiary of the National Library Board, it is located on an 11,304–square metre site in Victoria Street within the Downtown Core. The library serves as a premier reference resource centre for all readers.

The Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum

The Turtle Museum has one of the most interesting displays of turtles and tortoises around the world, with a unique set of species and different specimens being continually added to the collection. Our goal is to educate and increase awareness in the general public especially on turtle conservation, adoption and awareness on habitat extinction, as well as responsible pet ownership.

The Projector

The Projector is a dynamic theatre that aims to bring back the concept of classic movies with a modern twist. The alternative cinema space provides an opportunity for creative individuals to showcase their creative talents to an audience who wouldn’t normally be able to access these productions otherwise.

Kids friendly

Bukit Timah Saddle Club

Bukit Timah Saddle Club, Singapore. 4927 likes · 24 talking about this · 7752 are here now. BTSC is an internationally renowned and professional horse riding club that meets high standards of education and training for its riders.

Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo, formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens or Mandai Zoo, occupies 28 hectares on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within Singapore’s heavily forested central catchment area. The zoo was built at a cost of $9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. In the first day alone, a total of 36,000 visitors came to see its 836 animals from 63 species. Today, over 100 years later there are now over 1500 animals representing more than 250 species living in 55 exhibits spread out over 40 hectares.

Science Centre Singapore

The Singapore Science Centre is an organization that’s in charge of educating the public on scientific and technological matters which helps foster a deeper understanding of those subjects.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel. It is located in the Downtown Core area of Singapore. It officially opened on 15 April 2008, and can accommodate up to 28 passengers at a time, who are served by a three-story terminal building.

Snow City Singapore

Snow City is more than just a snow centre. It’s also an entertainment hub for many. Not only do they have tons of things to do indoors when it’s hot out, but they also have fun events planned for you and your family so that you never run out of places to go in Singapore!

Trickeye @ Southside

The museum itself is a playful diversion for all ages and for those who appreciate new artistic ideas. It has several different exhibits containing masks, paintings, sculptures and more that have been curated in such a way as to challenge common perception. Here are just some of them:

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is one of six Universal Studios around the world and features seven zones which are diverse in their rides, shows and attractions. There are many fun activities for families to do with children and adults alike.

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

The Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is the first garden of its kind, in Asia and in the whole world. Close to all areas of the city as well as easy to explore, it offers a great opportunity for parents to bring their kids to discover a beautiful and lush wonderland, where plants from all over the world grow and blossom without just being shown like at other indoor attractions, but also smell like there are growing outside! The Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden takes pride in sharing with everyone (both children and parents) the importance of taking care for nature so that there won’t be any future lack of trees or food.

ArtScience Museum

ArtScience Museum is an art and science museum within the integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands in the Downtown Core of the Central Area in Singapore

Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 163-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of the Orchard Road shopping district in Singapore. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured and classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its conservation of biodiversity.

Night Safari

The Night Safari is the first nocturnal zoo in the entire world and it happens to be one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. One might say that it was a stroke of genius for its founder, Dr Ong Swee Law, to have come up with this unusual idea to create a zoo that could operate at night like this because even though there are many animals which are active during this time (i.e. owls), there would eventually come a time when daylight hours would begin weighing heavily on their activity levels hence the need for such a concept. We think Dr Ong’s ideas were pretty cool – just wait until you see how unique these nocturnal creatures are!

River Wonders

River Safari, Singapore’s latest attraction, boasts a number of attractions to get the whole family out for an adventure. Established in 2013 during a soft opening period (attracting close to 1,500 visitors), River Safari was fully opened in February 2014 with only over 1.1 million visitors announced during this short duration of time! In 2021 the zoo was renamed and thus it was called River Wonders.

Resorts World Sentosa

Resorts World Sentosa is an oceanfront resort that sits on the golden shore of the island of Sentosa. It has a beautiful view and houses exciting attractions, such as the RWS casino, Universal Studios Singapore theme park, Adventure Cove Waterpark and more!

Jurong Bird Park

At Wildlife Park, we’re celebrating our birthday together! Join us as we create you and your kid/your kids a memorable experience as well. Let our friendly guides take you on a rollercoaster ride filled with colours and let their enthusiasm take over! Whilst still enjoying the ride with your child/children, do give them all a special hug (the park is probably dusty) and make sure to record everything in pictures before meeting new feathered friends in their homestay and maybe grab some coffee from them.

East Coast Park

Affectionately known as “Easties”, East Coast Park (ECP) is a popular hangout for Singaporeans and tourists alike. These fans love the shoreline scene, where they spend their leisure time in peaceful harmony admiring the water and whatever is going on in it. But that’s just one side of ECP— there’s much more to explore!

Merlion

Merlion Park is a famous Singapore landmark and a major tourist attraction, located near One Fullerton, Singapore. The park is home to two Merlion statues – one large Merlion figure standing at 8.6 meters tall which spouts water from its mouth, and a smaller Merlion statue standing just 2 meters tall.

Wild Wild Wet @ Downtown East

Wild Wild Wet  is a water park situated in Pasir Ris, Singapore. It is found at NTUC Downtown East at the aforementioned location.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is the only natural wetlands reserve in Singapore. The first of its kind to ever be gazetted in Singapore (2002), the global importance of the wetland is beautifully reflected by it’s inclusion into the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network – a series of nature reserves that support migratory shorebirds during their migration.

National Museum of Singapore

Singapore has a renowned museum, which is the country’s oldest. Located in the Civic District — at Downtown Core — it started as a part of Singapore Institution as Raffles Library. Along with art, culture, and history, the National Museum of Singapore houses an impressive collection of artifacts and arts too!

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a small nature reserve located near the middle of Singapore, and it is found at the Pristine Beauty of Singapore Hill. This hiking trail includes hike-friendly terrain with various amenities, and it offers 38 species of birds and mammals.

Fort Canning Park

Fort Canning Hill, formerly known as Government Hill, Singapore Hill and Bukit Larangan (Forbidden Hill in Malay), is a small hill, about 48 metres (157 ft) high, in the southeast portion of the island city-state of Singapore within the Central Area that forms Singapore’s central business district. It is named after Viscount Charles John Canning who was the first Viceroy of India. Although small in physical size, it has a long history intertwined with that of the city-state due to its location as the highest elevation within walking distance to the city’s civic district within the Downtown Core.

MINT Museum of Toys

The Mint Museum of Toys is a collection and history museum that has been established with the purpose of keeping memories alive. It was officially opened in 2007, and was declared open by the current owner – Mr. George Yeo. The museum is located within a few city blocks of the International Convention Center, in a downtown skyscraper. For convenience sake the acronym MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys) has been assigned to this restaurant chain.

National Parks Board

Singapore’s Botanic Gardens are a sight to behold. There are 3 “cores” of the gardens that bring a variety of features and natural wonders together. Each core has something different to offer with attractions from plant life, historical gardens, exhibitions on the environment and more.

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is a popular park located in Bishan. This beautiful green space is one of the many gems scattered throughout Singapore. It sits along the beautiful Ang Mo Kio River and is maintained by volunteers from the Bishan community.

Mega Adventure – Singapore

Mega Adventure Park – Singapore is located on the picturesque Sentosa Island, featuring a tree-top ropes course spanning 45m, where you climb at a speed of 60km per hour over the hillsides and beaches. Furthermore, there are three additional activities that include a 36-obstacle treetop ropes course (MegaClimb), a tall free fall simulator and dynamic trampolines.

Pasir Ris Town Park

Pasir Ris Park is located in Pasir Ris, Singapore. The park features more than a dozen attractions which the locals and tourists alike frequent. Apart from the park being well known for its long stretch of pristine beach, it also has many sustainable aspects to it such as its collection of solar panels.

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore   is an artistic attraction located at the Imbiah Lookout on Sentosa Island in Singapore. The attraction opened with much fanfare on October 25th, 2014 to mark the inauguration of Madame Tussauds Singapore. It features recreations of famous figures in history and entertainment within Asia and around the world.

HortPark

HortPark is the new name for Singapore’s first greenery-centric lifestyle destination, featuring natural gardens designed to mirror the biodiversity of tropical rainforests.

Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa is a theme park located along Pasir Panjang Road in Singapore. The park contains over one thousand statues, each over 20 feet tall, as well as 150 life-size dioramas depicting scenes from Chinese mythology, folklore and history, Confucianism, etc. During the 1970s and 1980s it was an enormously popular tourist attraction; they estimate that at least 1 million annual visitors would have flocked to see it on a daily basis back then.

Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is an island Northwest of Singapore. Cycle trails and footpaths go through the hills, past disused granite quarries and traditional kampongs (villages). Kingfishers and bulbul birds inhabit the tidal flats and mangroves of the Chek Jawa Wetlands. The Jejawi observation tower and a looped boardwalk offer views of this area. Fo Shan Ting Da Bo Gong Temple houses statues of local deities.

Marina Barrage

This dam in Singapore built at the confluence of five rivers, across the Marina Channel between Marina East and Marina South is known as the Marina Barrage.

Punggol Waterway Park

Punggol Waterway Park is a 12.25 hectares water park located in Punggol, Singapore, along Sentul Crescent. The park consists of four different sections. Each section is designated for a different type of user and targeted for a specific purpose like exercise, relaxation and entertainment

Labrador Park

Labrador Nature Reserve, also known as Labrador Park, is a sanctuary that lies just south of Singapore’s mainland shoreline. It is the only rocky enclave on the coast that the public has access to

Asian Civilisations Museum

The Asian Civilisations Museum is a type of museum which forms one of the four museums in Singapore. The other three museums are the Peranakan Museum at Old Tao Nan School, the National Museum of Singapore and the Singapore Art Museum.

Flower Dome

A massive greenhouse, full of themed gardens. It is decadent, spacious and brimming with the most extraordinary flowers, plants and trees you can possibly imagine! Nothing can prepare you for what awaits inside this mysterious jungle-like environment full of exotic, foreign species.

Changi Beach Park

Changi is a beach located on the east side of Singapore. Being one of the country’s oldest beach towns, it has styled itself to have a very “kampung” like atmosphere, complete with quaint village-like houses and hometown style shops.

Kent Ridge Park

Kent Ridge Park is located along the southern coastline in Singapore’s bustling, business district. It has been historically renovated to maintain a natural and wild habitat for local wildlife at the same time as it has become an urban sanctuary for native plants and wildlife. There are several nature trails that have been made available for people who would like to learn about ecology and environmental conservation efforts all across the region.

Helix Bridge

This pedestrian bridge in Marina Bay is often used by thrill-seeking customers who want to take selfies and post them on social media. The name comes from the Double Helix, a kind of DNA structure which inspired some interesting artistic designs featured throughout the design of the bridge.

Sembawang Park

Sembawang Park can be found in the north of Singapore, and it is situated at the end of Sembawang Road where the former Sembawang Road End Bus Terminal used to be. It measures 15 hectares and has had a recent makeover!

Cloud Forest

A tall waterfall soaring in a beautiful, contemporary greenhouse. It is surrounded by lush vegetation of the tropical highlands.

Supertree Grove

Unique vertical gardens resembling towering trees, with large canopies and colorful lights at night.

Chinese Garden

Chinese Garden is a park in Singapore. It was built in 1975 by the Jurong Town Corporation (JTC) and designed by an architect from Taiwan. The main characteristic of Chinese Garden is its integration of architectural features with the natural environment.

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is a natural history museum in Singapore. It protects and displays the Raffles’ Natural History Collection, which used to be displayed at the Raffles Museum. It was officially opened on 18 April 2015 at the Kent Ridge campus of the National University of Singapore.

Kusu Island

Kusu Island is a tiny place only about 200 meters long. The island is made up of mostly limestone formation, but there are some types of coral present on it along with mangroves which can be found in the north western area. This island was once inhabited, but was abandoned due to fierce seafaring battles between the Dutch and English East India trading companies.

Skyline Luge Sentosa

Sentosa is a small island located off the southern tip of the main island of Singapore. It has several attractions including things to see and do, dining options, and hotels. There is everything one could want in this little city, from the possibility to ride on an aerial tram down the hillside or even opt for a black-light mini golf course – because why not?

Dairy Farm Nature Park

Dairy Farm Nature Park is a 63-hectare nature park located at 100 Dairy Farm Road, Singapore. It consists of a biodiverse wetland and Kranji Marsh which provides habitat for animals like mysterious and colorful butterflies as well as marsh birds.

Battlestar Galactica Cylon

Battlestar Galactica: Human vs. Cylon is a pair of steel, dueling roller coasters at Universal Studios Singapore. One of the millennium-class, inverted roller coaster tracks in blue, and the other half is a classical amusement park steel roller coaster track in red.

Orchard Road

The Orchard Road shopping stretch is the retail heart of Singapore, filled with boutiques, department stores and designer outlet stores that sell everything from fashions to electronic goods. Shoppers can also sample international fare at restaurants and cafes along Emerald Hill Road, which contrasts the modern high-rise buildings with colorful Chinese baroque houses. Fishermen can choose among several barbecue seafood and meat stands in the Newton Food Centre, one of the city’s best open air foodie hubs selling traditional desserts like ice cream and Teochew porridge.

Fort Siloso

Fort Siloso is a decommissioned coastal battery in Sentosa, Singapore. It’s part of the 12 such batteries which made up “Fortress Singapore” at the start of World War II, and saw action during the Battle of Singapore when it was necessary to defend Singapore from invading Japanese forces during World War II. Now that Fort Siloso is owned by Sentosa Leisure Group, you can go there for an interactive tour and also enjoy refreshments at Fort Siloso Bar & Grill after visiting the museum!

Mount Faber

Telok Blangah Hill, also known as Mount Faber is a hill in the city of Singapore that overlooks the Telok Blangah area. The hill was formerly known as Mount Faber after Nicholas von der Flüe Faber, a Swiss zoologist and botanist who developed an interest towards flora of Malaysia (Lee 1951: 129). The hill can be found at Bukit Merah which is located in Singapore’s Central Region.

MacRitchie Reservoir

MacRitchie Reservoir has been around since before Singapore was founded by Stamford Raffles in 1824. Singapore’s first water storage facility, the Impounding Reservoir or Thomson Reservoir, begun in 1868 as a retention reservoir with an earth embankment was also meant to be a watershed which helped supply clean water to British troops stationed here. But it wasn’t until 1933 that the Impounding Reservoir was renamed MacRitchie Reservoir after Scotsman Hugh Low’s favorite hunting and fishing grounds.

Marina Bay

Marina Bay is an upscale area of skyscrapers, posh hotels and luxury malls. It’s known for towering Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel and the flower conservatories and colourful Supertrees of Gardens by the Bay. Performances and cutting-edge art exhibitions are put on at the futuristic Esplanade Theatre, which has a diverse range of eating options from low-key food centres to upscale restaurants

Admiralty Park 

Admiralty Park is a national park in Singapore that is 27 hectares in size It is made unique by its river valley shaped hilly terrain

Telok Blangah Hill Park

Telok Blangah Hill Park is a park situated at Telok Blangah Green, off Henderson Road. It connects Mount Faber Park via Henderson Waves Bridge, the longest pedestrian bridge in Singapore 36 metres above the ground.

Little Guilin

Bukit Batok Town Park is a nature spot in Bukit Batok, Singapore modeled after the look of the granite rock formations in Guilin, China. Some of these include the stunning 105m long steel suspension bridge replica that connects to two hanging platforms with an astonishing view of the sunset around dusk time and the 80m long simulated stone cave weaving through steep hills. This makes it a popular choice for hikers during weekdays or before it gets too crowded on weekends.

Saint John’s Island

The largest of the Southern Islands in Singapore is Saint John’s. The indigenous Malay name of it is Pulau Sekijang Bendera. It is located approximately 6.5 km to the south of Singapore. Notable attractions include Fort Siloso and the Chapel of the Naval Base, built with convict labor on a land reclamation known as Princess Elizabeth Battery in 1879.

Esplanade Park

Esplanade Park is a found in the downtown core area of Singapore. This park has within it a variety of work from local and international artists. There are different pieces for visitors to enjoy whatever their interests may be here at Esplanade Park!

The Southern Ridges 

The Southern Ridges is a 10 kilometer trail connecting three parks: Coney Island, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mount Faber Park. Several attractions can be found along these trails including greenery and the many connecting bridges.

Coney Island

Manzanar National Historic Site is known for its diverse floral and faunal residents, which include coyotes, black bears, mule deer, mountain lions and many other species. The park is also rich in coastal redwoods and coastal chaparral.

Bukit Batok Nature Park 

Bukit Batok Nature Park is a 36-hectare urban park located at Bukit Batok, Singapore. It’s close to 3 main roads, namely East Avenue 2, East Avenue 6 and Lorong Sesuai.

Serangoon Island

Coney Island, alternatively known as Pulau Serangoon, is a 133-hectare island located off the northeastern coast of Singapore within the town of Punggol, between Pulau Ubin to its northeast and the mainland to its southwest

Punggol park

Punggol Park is a park in Punggol, Singapore. It has a lake that is 5 hectares. Kite flying is not allowed here due to the proximity of Paya Lebar Air Base.

Jurong Lake Gardens

This park is the perfect getaway destination for those who crave adventure in a unique setting. It’s a lush jungle, with boardwalks, playgrounds and open spaces that are ideal for manicured grass lawns or field sports of all types.

West Coast Park

West Coast Park is a long stretch of waterfront park located to the west of Queenstown in Singapore. With soft sand, clear water, and clean air, it covers an area of roughly 50 hectares and is a popular getaway spot for human beings living in the country’s capital.

Sengkang Riverside Park

Sengkang Riverside Park is a riverine park near the coasts of Punggol. It’s situated next to a small estuary and relies on its waterways to keep it lush and green as it was designed that way during construction.

VivoCity

VivoCity is a shopping mall that gives customers loads to do in the most fun way possible. Developers pay utmost attention to detail when it comes to VivoCity’s touch of creativity which gives customers an opportunity to immerse themselves in their world.

Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden is an intricate landscaped garden located at the south-east of Jurong Lake. With a surface area of around 13,500m², it features several gardens including raked gravel gardens, moss rock gardens and hill pagodas. The bridge named “Double Happiness” connects the Chinese Garden to the Japanese Temple via the Japanese Garden.

Sisters’ Islands

Sisters’ Islands are two small islands located just south of the main island of Singapore, off the Straits of Singapore. You can take a boat ride from Marina South Pier or West Coast Pier to reach them.

iFly Singapore

If you’re looking for a new adventure and you love skydiving then this is probably the place to go. It’s located in a building and they don’t use actual airplanes to fly. The experience doesn’t last too long, it lasts about a minute.

Chek Jawa

Tanjong Chek Jawa is a cape in Singapore with several large and small rock formations overlooking one of the last few places left in the country that still has a natural rocky shore. This unique coastal area features winding paths and stairs where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the sea, nature and tranquility as they hike around.

The Former Ford Factory

The former Ford Factory is a historical site that was converted into the Istana Museum Complex. The heritage building has given tours to many people due to its significance in Sino-British relations, especially on the surrender of British troops to Japanese forces during World War II.

Tiong Bahru Park

Tiong Bahru Park is a public park located within the Bukit Merah and Henderson planning areas. Developed in the 1980s near Henderson Road, the park today occupies nearly 6.5 hectares of green space on what once was several distinct parcels of land including a hospital site, bungalow clusters, church and site housing administrative offices.

Sembawang Hot Spring Park 

Sembawang Hot Spring Park is a natural hot spring and a public park in Singapore. It is located at the Sembawang district along Yishun Street 41, beside a military camp about 100 metres off the main road, Gambas Ave.

Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

A one-of-a-kind entertainment venue featuring epic 4D movies with interactive elements, along with an array of delicious snacks and fun interactive games!

Jurong Central Park

Jurong Central Park is an 8-ha regional park that features life-sized board game features including one of Singapore’s largest continuous board games – Ludo Garden. It is the first park of its kind in Singapore, and was developed based on the traditional indoor children’s board games that have been well liked by children worldwide for decades.

The Istana

Mangoz Cafe is a lovely place to enjoy time with your friends. There are great food and drinks, a stunning ambiance plus you have the whole place to yourselves. The blue walls of the cafe makes you feel like your floating on water as though you’re in the middle of the sea.

Chinatown Heritage Centre

Restored shophouses displaying living and working spaces, furnishings, and artifacts of early Chinatown settlers.

ION Orchard

The Orchard Turn Development was an area that used to be where the ION Orchard stands today. The land was originally slated for a new mass rapid transit station along the North South Line and Circle Line, but plans later changed and Orchard MRT Station was constructed nearby instead at Orchard Road.

Hantu Island

Pulau Hantu can be found floating just off of Singapore’s coastline. With the Straits of Singapore separating the island from the main land, this interesting island is actually made up of two tiny islands: Pulau Hantu Besar and Pulau Hantu Kechil. The two islands have a combined area of roughly 16 hectares or 60 acres.

The Changi Chapel and Museum 

The Changi Chapel is an important museum for people interested in Second World War and Japanese Occupation of Singapore. It focuses on the history of anti Japanese resistance during different stages of occupation.

Singapore City Gallery

Singapore City Gallery is a visitor center for visitors to get up-close and personal with singapore. The gallery was founded by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, and is a three-story building that was created to help put on display singapore’s rapid development in recent years.

Lau Pa Sat

Telok Ayer Market was one of the first street markets established in colonial Singapore. The market — which consists of a single-storey, hip-roof structure with an adjoining two-storey building — is built on stilts over Telok Ayer Bay. The name Lau Pa Sat means the “Old Market” in Malay, describing the market’s history and location.

The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

It’s hard to think of Singapore without having heard of the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, which was previously known as Wan Qing Yuan. It’s a two-story colonial style villa that can be visited by tourists who want to know more about the history behind this place and also who Sun Yat Sen was.  For those not aware, Sun is a Chinese national hero from China in the 19th century. His efforts brought an end to nearly 5,000 years of imperial rule in China.

The Old Hill Street Police Station

The Old Hill Street Police Station  is a historic building and former police station of the Singapore Police Force located at the corner of Hill Street & Bras Basah Road within the Downtown Core in the Central Area of Singapore

Zhenghua Park

Zhenghua Park is a nature park located in the country of Singapore. The park itself is bounded by Bukit Timah Expressway, BKE Slip Road to Kranji Expressway, and Dairy Farm Road among other national roads within close proximity.

Mount Faber

Mount Faber is a popular destination offering visitors restaurants and shops. It can be easily accessed by cable car.

Cavenagh Bridge 

Cavenagh Bridge is the only bridge that was built to cross the lower reaches of the Singapore River in Downtown Core, and it’s also known as the link between Keppel Club and Fullerton Hotel. The Cavenagh Bridge is situated within the boundaries of Raffles Place, next to the mouth of Raffles canal.

Ketam Mountain Bike Park 

Ketam Mountain Bike Park is an enchanted forest located in Pulau Ubin, Singapore which caters for various levels of bikers and wolf children alike.

Out doors

The Gardens by the Bay 

The Gardens by the Bay is a favorite place to visit on weekends. It’s a beautiful park full of greenery with huge glowing gong aglow sculptures when it gets dark. Everyone likes it, especially families who like taking little strolls in between feeding their eyes with so much nature around them.

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The Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo was founded in 1973 at a cost of eight million dollars with the assistance of the government. It covers 28 hectares within central Singapore’s heavily forested Upper Seletar Reservoir and houses approximately 1,400 animals representing more than 130 species from all over the world.

The Night Safari 

The Singapore Zoo is home to the world’s first nocturnal park. Singapore has long been a popular tourist destination, and in 2015 alone the Singapore Zoo welcomed over 2.6 million visitors from all around the world. The project that would become the Night Safari was conceived of and overseen by Dr Ong Swee Law when he served as chairman of both the zoo and Jurong Reptile & Amphibian Park (now known as Wildlife Reserves Singapore)

Jurong Bird Park

At Wildlife Park, we’re celebrating our birthday together! Join us as we create you and your kid/your kids a memorable experience as well. Let our friendly guides take you on a rollercoaster ride filled with colours and let their enthusiasm take over! Whilst still enjoying the ride with your child/children, do give them all a special hug (the park is probably dusty) and make sure to record everything in pictures before meeting new feathered friends in their homestay and maybe grab some coffee from them.

East Coast Park

Affectionately known as “Easties”, East Coast Park (ECP) is a popular hangout for Singaporeans and tourists alike. These fans love the shoreline scene, where they spend their leisure time in peaceful harmony admiring the water and whatever is going on in it. But that’s just one side of ECP— there’s much more to explore!

The Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 163-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of the Orchard Road shopping district in Singapore. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park is an aviary and tourist attraction in Jurong, Singapore. The bird park covers an area of 0.2 square kilometres on the western slope of Jurong Hill, the highest point in the Jurong region

Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 163-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of the Orchard Road shopping district in Singapore. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured and classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its conservation of biodiversity.

National Museum of Singapore

Singapore has a renowned museum, which is the country’s oldest. Located in the Civic District — at Downtown Core — it started as a part of Singapore Institution as Raffles Library. Along with art, culture, and history, the National Museum of Singapore houses an impressive collection of artifacts and arts too!

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a small nature reserve located near the middle of Singapore, and it is found at the Pristine Beauty of Singapore Hill. This hiking trail includes hike-friendly terrain with various amenities, and it offers 38 species of birds and mammals.

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore   is an artistic attraction located at the Imbiah Lookout on Sentosa Island in Singapore. The attraction opened with much fanfare on October 25th, 2014 to mark the inauguration of Madame Tussauds Singapore. It features recreations of famous figures in history and entertainment within Asia and around the world.

HortPark

HortPark is the new name for Singapore’s first greenery-centric lifestyle destination, featuring natural gardens designed to mirror the biodiversity of tropical rainforests.

MacRitchie Reservoir 

MacRitchie Reservoir is the most famous lake in Singapore. This lake is surrounded by lush jungles and has been made iconic through movies like Jurassic Park . Perhaps its most interesting feature are its floating islands where you can get a good view of the surrounding jungle while lounging on one of these manmade mini-islands. It truly is a sight to behold!

Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is an island Northwest of Singapore. Cycle trails and footpaths go through the hills, past disused granite quarries and traditional kampongs (villages). Kingfishers and bulbul birds inhabit the tidal flats and mangroves of the Chek Jawa Wetlands. The Jejawi observation tower and a looped boardwalk offer views of this area. Fo Shan Ting Da Bo Gong Temple houses statues of local deities.

Marina Barrage

This dam in Singapore built at the confluence of five rivers, across the Marina Channel between Marina East and Marina South is known as the Marina Barrage.

Punggol Waterway Park

Punggol Waterway Park is a 12.25 hectares water park located in Punggol, Singapore, along Sentul Crescent. The park consists of four different sections. Each section is designated for a different type of user and targeted for a specific purpose like exercise, relaxation and entertainment

Chinese Garden

Taipei Garden is a park in Taiwan. Built in 1975 by the Taipei City Government and designed by Prof. Yuen-chen YU, an architect from Taiwan, the original design was created to resemble traditional Chinese gardens with both natural and man-made features as well as a variety of artistic elements.

Admiralty Park

Admiralty Park is a 27-hectare national park in Singapore. It is most notable for its river valley that looks down into the sea but has steep sides and ridges. This unique landform gives it the name “admiral’s park,” which comes from a widespread misconception that it was once an admiral’s house which has been enlarged.

The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve 

1.64 square kilometres, located not far from the centre of Singapore, bounded by Bukit Timah Road, Toh Tuck Road and Woodlands Road as well as parts of the surrounding area. The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve was established in 1883 to protect plant, animal and insect life in Singapore from urbanization.

Woodlands Waterfront Park

Woodlands Waterfront Park, once a fishing village is now Singapore’s major park. The park is located on the north side of Woodlands over looking the sea and has easy to get to loads of amenities like a 1.5-kilometre-long waterfront promenade that borders the northern edge of the park.

Marina Bay & skyscrapers

When you think of golf, the first thing that comes to mind are 18 holes on a course with the rolling fairways, pristine greens and gorgeous coastal views.

Esplanade Park 

Esplanade Park is a park that’s surrounded by skyscrapers in Singapore. It’s located at the “Esplanade” within the Downtown Core District.

Jurong Lake

Sungei Jurong is a river located within the borders of Singapore. It is a river where freshwater courses through it, even though the name translates to “river of sulphur” which was thought to have come from the smell emitted from factories that use crude oil, who are the main source of pollution for the river.

OCBC Skyway

Get an up-close look at the technical marvels of the Gardens’ futuristic attraction by walking through OCBC Skyway, which connects 2 of these towering Supertrees. This 128-metre long aerial walkway is an experience not to be missed, giving visitors glorious photo-taking opportunities to capture the scenic beauty of the surrounding fauna.”

Raffles Lighthouse

Raffles Lighthouse is a beacon located somewhere near the waters of Pulau Satumu which is located in what we commonly refer to as the Singapore Strait and just off the coast of an island called Singapore.

Little Guilin

Bukit Batok Nature Park is nature park converted from a disused granite quarry. The park resembles Guilin in China, from which it takes its name. This therefore explains why it’s sometimes known as Little Guilin or Xiao Guilin among the Chinese.

Butterfly garden

Watch butterflies flutter about and grow as you walk along the pathway through a garden full of flowering plants. This is especially great for kids who get to ‘grow their own butterflies’ too.

Windsor Nature Park

Windsor Nature Park is a nature park in Singapore. It opened on 22 April 2017. The park forms a green buffer zone between Central Catchment Nature Reserve and the urbanized areas of Singapore. The park contains three hiking trails and a canopy walkway. 

G-Max Reverse Bungy

Thrill seekers strap into this high-flying amusement ride which resembles a huge swing.

Chek Jawa

Tanjong Chek Jawa is a cape and the name of its surrounding wetlands. Due to its natural rocky shore, it is listed as 1 of Singapore’s major visitor sites.

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore, located within the Singapore River Planning Area. The quay is situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay. 

Coney Island

Coney Island (otherwise known as Pulau Serangoon) is a 133-hectare island located off the northeastern coast of Singapore within the town of Punggol between Pulau Ubin and mainland Singapore. (otherwise known as Pulau Serangoon) is a 133-hectare island located off the north-eastern coast of Singapore within the town of Punggol between Pulau Ubin and mainland Singapore.

Sembawang Hot Spring Park 

Sembawang Hot Spring Park is a park located at Sembawang, Singapore. As a natural hot spring, it is the only one in Singapore. Until it was closed for renovations in 2012, the spring used to be the main attraction of the park with its sulphurous emissions being channelled into pools for bathers to soak in.

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

A peaceful and beautiful park with a large water supply, great for fishing and boating. Periodically there are also musical performances.

Hindhede Nature Park

Opened in 2001, Bukit Timah Nature Park is a park located next to Hindhede Nature Reserve, in Singapore. It’s specially designed to cater to visitors who want some peaceful relaxation or perhaps some fun with the kids. If you follow the trail from the Visitor Centre, you’ll be able to loop around the park within minutes and see beautiful sights like the Hindhede Pond and the life-size sculptures of animals like deer eagles and squirrels!

The Night Safari 

The Singapore Zoo is home to the world’s first nocturnal park. Singapore has long been a popular tourist destination, and in 2015 alone the Singapore Zoo welcomed over 2.6 million visitors from all around the world. The project that would become the Night Safari was conceived of and overseen by Dr Ong Swee Law when he served as chairman of both the zoo and Jurong Reptile & Amphibian Park (now known as Wildlife Reserves Singapore)

Jurong Bird Park

At Wildlife Park, we’re celebrating our birthday together! Join us as we create you and your kid/your kids a memorable experience as well. Let our friendly guides take you on a rollercoaster ride filled with colours and let their enthusiasm take over! Whilst still enjoying the ride with your child/children, do give them all a special hug (the park is probably dusty) and make sure to record everything in pictures before meeting new feathered friends in their homestay and maybe grab some coffee from them.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 163-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of the Orchard Road shopping district in Singapore. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured and classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its conservation of biodiversity.

National Museum of Singapore

Singapore has a renowned museum, which is the country’s oldest. Located in the Civic District — at Downtown Core — it started as a part of Singapore Institution as Raffles Library. Along with art, culture, and history, the National Museum of Singapore houses an impressive collection of artifacts and arts too!

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a small nature reserve located near the middle of Singapore, and it is found at the Pristine Beauty of Singapore Hill. This hiking trail includes hike-friendly terrain with various amenities, and it offers 38 species of birds and mammals.

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore   is an artistic attraction located at the Imbiah Lookout on Sentosa Island in Singapore. The attraction opened with much fanfare on October 25th, 2014 to mark the inauguration of Madame Tussauds Singapore. It features recreations of famous figures in history and entertainment within Asia and around the world.

The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve 

1.64 square kilometres, located not far from the centre of Singapore, bounded by Bukit Timah Road, Toh Tuck Road and Woodlands Road as well as parts of the surrounding area. The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve was established in 1883 to protect plant, animal and insect life in Singapore from urbanization.

Woodlands Waterfront Park

Woodlands Waterfront Park, once a fishing village is now Singapore’s major park. The park is located on the north side of Woodlands over looking the sea and has easy to get to loads of amenities like a 1.5-kilometre-long waterfront promenade that borders the northern edge of the park.

Marina Bay & skyscrapers

When you think of golf, the first thing that comes to mind are 18 holes on a course with the rolling fairways, pristine greens and gorgeous coastal views.

Esplanade Park 

Esplanade Park is a park that’s surrounded by skyscrapers in Singapore. It’s located at the “Esplanade” within the Downtown Core District.

Jurong Lake

Sungei Jurong is a river located within the borders of Singapore. It is a river where freshwater courses through it, even though the name translates to “river of sulphur” which was thought to have come from the smell emitted from factories that use crude oil, who are the main source of pollution for the river.

OCBC Skyway

Get an up-close look at the technical marvels of the Gardens’ futuristic attraction by walking through OCBC Skyway, which connects 2 of these towering Supertrees. This 128-metre long aerial walkway is an experience not to be missed, giving visitors glorious photo-taking opportunities to capture the scenic beauty of the surrounding fauna.”

Raffles Lighthouse

Raffles Lighthouse is a beacon located somewhere near the waters of Pulau Satumu which is located in what we commonly refer to as the Singapore Strait and just off the coast of an island called Singapore.

Little Guilin

Bukit Batok Nature Park is nature park converted from a disused granite quarry. The park resembles Guilin in China, from which it takes its name. This therefore explains why it’s sometimes known as Little Guilin or Xiao Guilin among the Chinese.

butterfly garden

Watch butterflies flutter about and grow as you walk along the pathway through a garden full of flowering plants. This is especially great for kids who get to ‘grow their own butterflies’ too.

Windsor Nature Park

Windsor Nature Park is a nature park in Singapore. It opened on 22 April 2017. The park forms a green buffer zone between Central Catchment Nature Reserve and the urbanized areas of Singapore. The park contains three hiking trails and a canopy walkway. 

G-Max Reverse Bungy

Thrill seekers strap into this high-flying amusement ride which resembles a huge swing.

Chek Jawa

Tanjong Chek Jawa is a cape and the name of its surrounding wetlands. Due to its natural rocky shore, it is listed as 1 of Singapore’s major visitor sites.

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

A peaceful and beautiful park with a large water supply, great for fishing and boating. Periodically there are also musical performances.

Hindhede Nature Park

Opened in 2001, Bukit Timah Nature Park is a park located next to Hindhede Nature Reserve, in Singapore. It’s specially designed to cater to visitors who want some peaceful relaxation or perhaps some fun with the kids. If you follow the trail from the Visitor Centre, you’ll be able to loop around the park within minutes and see beautiful sights like the Hindhede Pond and the life-size sculptures of animals like deer eagles and squirrels!

The Intan

House museum dedicated to Peranakan culture, it is a museum and home with guided tours located in Brown Village. It focuses on the traditional Chinese culture of an ethnic group, so this archaeological and ethnological collection are made to showcase Asia, especially taking into account the Asian region where most of their origins come from (i.e., Nanyang).

Ginger Garden

A lush, serene garden with 250+ various species of plants and flowers that are part of the Zingiberaceae family. It has a striking architecture design with a beautiful modern outlook that overwhelms your senses with its sprawling area of tranquil surroundings that is enriched by nurserymens’ natural touch i.e. it’s human-made but looks wild from afar.

Canopy Park – Jewel Changi

Verdant terrarium garden under a glass dome with viewing deck and slides for children, as well as mazes.

Lower Peirce Reservoir Park

There’s something so tranquil about the sound of rain when you’re ready to get some rest. It’ll help lower stress levels and help you relax. Many people find it so relaxing that they even wear a shower head or fall asleep to the sound of flowing water.

Toa Payoh Town Park 

Toa Payoh Town Park is located at the junction of Lorong 2 Toa Payoh and Lorong 6 Toa Payoh. The front gate of the park is off Lorong 2 while the back gate faces the junction between Lorong 6 and 7. It has a total area of 4.8 hectares.

Springleaf Nature Park

There are many eco-friendly things happening in Rotterdam thanks to the latest urban developments. It allows the expanse of green space and we have a lot to thank for this “activity”, which includes easy access to nature, clean air and water as well as lots of exercise time. Green spaces are so important in our lives because they let us relax. And don’t you think everyone needs more time to do that? Especially children with their growth plates still open where their bodies need lots of vitamins and nutrients through fresh fruits and veggies.

Istana Park

The Istana Park is located in Singapore and is surrounded by many of the country’s most prominent locations including The Orchard, which is known to be a prominent place for shopping and entertainment. The park itself is surrounded by roads and named after them – Penang Road, Penang Lane, Buyong Road. Furthermore, the park lays right across from the President of Singapore’s home — the Istana — a location that symbolizes the country’s power and prestige.

Singapore River Cruise

Boat tours that float down the Singapore River on colorful boats, leaving from the iconic Clarke Quay. The tour passes by many of Singapore’s most beautiful buildings before ending at Marina Bay Sands.

Hong Lim Park

Hong Lim Park is a green space and public park in the Central Area of Singapore’s downtown core. It has become famous for hosting frequent flash mob dances such as the “We are Singapore” dance led by The Sam Willows in October 2014, a group dance supported by the People’s Association and National Youth Council in January 2015, or the gathering of over 2,000 students with their teachers or parents to celebrate MySchool2.0’s first anniversary on 11 December 2014.

Garden Rhapsody

Musical theatre performances are often described as colourfully choreographed musical pieces that are presented with the accompaniment of classical music.

Pearl’s Hill City Park

Pearl’s Hill City Park is located in Singapore and takes its name from the hill located within the park. It is located near Outram Park MRT station, although it can also be accessed via Chin Swee Road, Pearl Bank, Pearl’s Hill Terrace and several other entrances.

The Battle Box

The Battle Box is the popular name of Fort Canning Bunker, formerly known as the Command Operations Bunker. Built under the Hill during the Malayan Campaign and the Battle of Singapore. The battle box was used during World War II to house Allied Supreme Commander General Percival when he would command British, Australian, Indian and Malayan forces against the Japanese invasion by General Yamashitas 32th Army based in Singapore.

Tan Si Chong Su

Ancestral Hall of the Tan Clan is a 2016 Singaporean biographical drama film written and directed by Jack Neo. It centers on the life of Lee Kuan Yew, who later became the founding father of modern-day Singapore.

Hainan Village

Historical landmark in Singapore and is a very beautiful village.

Tan Si Chong Su

Tan Si Chong Su, or Ancestral Hall of the Tan Clan, is a Chinese temple in Singapore. It is located on Magazine Road within the Singapore River Planning Area within Singapore’s central business district. This site is traditionally used for ancestral worship and hence it has become a repository for memory and identity.

War Memorial Park

War Memorial Park is a park located in Singapore, and includes barracks for British troops to use as a centralized location for the resting of troops when in Singapore. This particular park is bordered on all sides by major roads with the exception of its northeastern side where it faces the Esplanade Bus Terminal, so that it may break up the congestion caused by incoming traffic from the CBD area. This particular intersection is particularly important because it was meant to be an underground city where citizens could escape to during times of emergency situation should war break out.

Zhenghua Park

Zhenghua Park is a nature park in Singapore bounded by Bukit Timah Expressway, BKE Slip Road to Kranji Expressway, and Dairy Farm Road. 

War Memorial Park

War Memorial Park is a park located in Singapore, and includes barracks for British troops to use as a centralized location for the resting of troops when in Singapore. This particular park is bordered on all sides by major roads with the exception of its northeastern side where it faces the Esplanade Bus Terminal, so that it may break up the congestion caused by incoming traffic from the CBD area. This particular intersection is particularly important because it was meant to be an underground city where citizens could escape to during times of emergency situation should war break out.

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

This nature-themed park works both as a destination for children where they can experience an educational expedition and a resource that local educators can use to bring the outdoors into their classroom. (Alternatively, this nature-themed park is home to interactive displays & activities including a waterfall cave.)

Sisters’ Islands Marine Park

Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is a 400,000 square metre marine park located in Southern Islands planning area, Singapore, which was designated a marine protected area by the Government of Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore in 2014.

Thomson Nature Park 

Thomson Nature Park is a nature park in Singapore.

Tampines Eco Green

Tampines Eco Green is a park in Tampines, Singapore. It is located at the corner where Sungei Tampines Avenue 12 meets Sungei Tampines Expressway and directly faces the main branch of NTUC FairPrice. The park was opened to the public in 2011

Bukit Timah Hill

Bukit Timah Hill, located in its namesake district of Bukit Timah, is a hill located near the geographical centre of Singapore.

Sunflowers garden

Hundreds of bright yellow sunflowers cover this organic rooftop urban farm overlooking the runway. I love that they grow their own seeds and they have no pesticides! Food grown with natural ingredients is not only tastier, but healthier.

Hong Lim Park

Hong Lim Park, formerly known as Hong Lim Green and Dunman’s Green, is a 0.94-hectare heritage park in the Downtown Core district of Singapore located next to the Parkroyal Collection Pickering hotel and Clarke Quay station.. Residents can enjoy stunning views of the CBD skyline while taking part in one of its many activities such as jujitsu lessons or yoga sessions. The north-east portion of the park has been transformed into garden with many plants including palms, gingko trees and climbers. The north-west corner is home to a playground known as ‘The Hive’ where kids can play on giant bubble-making toys. There’s also a community building called Montfort House run by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary that has exhibition halls filled with artworks from locals and travelers alike.

Toa Payoh Town Park

Toa Payoh Town Park is located in Singapore off of King’s Avenue near Block 459 Lorong 2″h6 Toa Payoh. At 4.8 hectares, it is a large and popular park that features several recreational facilities such as sports fields & swimming pools.

G-Max Reverse Bungy

Thrillseekers on the high seas climb a mast attached to a boom in order to be propelled into the air.

Art and culture

Sultan Mosque

The Sultan Mosque or Masjid Sultan is one of the best mosques in Singapore, located on Muscat Street and North Bridge Road within the Kampong Glam precinct of Rochor. It was originally known as Masjid Al-Abrar and was renamed to Masjid Sultan, meaning ‘Sultan’s Mosque’, in honour of Sultans Sir Ali bin Salim, building a street with extended region surrounding to be named after them.

The National Gallery Singapore

The National Gallery Singapore, also known as the National Gallery for short, is located just under 900 meters from downtown Singapore about a 20 minute walk from where I’m writing this blog post. It’s a museum owned by the nation with a focus on art and culture that attracts more than 1.9 million visitors per year!

The Singapore Art Museum

The Singapore Art Museum is an art museum located in the Downtown Core district of Singapore. The museum, a heritage site and Gothic revival building previously known as the Raffles Girls’ School, is one of the first places to collect contemporary Southeast Asian art, with a wide selection including pieces from Asia, Europe and the Americas. While the location was in need of a makeover due to its outdated look and lack of parking spots (S‛poreans love their cars!), it remains one of the leading visual arts museums in Singapore for both local artists and international ones alike, regularly hosting world-class exhibitions that seek to educate all audiences as well as showing what diversity there is in artwork – all done through thoughtful curation and while providing an accessible platform for young aspiring artists!

The Sri Mariamman Temple

The Sri Mariamman Temple was built in 1827. It was originally constructed by South Indians from the Tanjore district. Then it was later reconstructed in 1849 and named after a Goddess of Health and Beauty, Mariamman. As a Hindu temple, it features two towering gopurams at its entrance for everyone to see as they walk down South Bridge Road towards the building on an everyday basis.

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is a performing arts center located in the Downtown Core of Singapore near the mouth of the Singapore River that was opened in 2002. It was named after what Esplanade Park used to be called before its transformation; hence, it consists of a concert hall which seats about 1,600 and a theatre with a capacity of about 2,000 for the performing arts as well as occasional film screenings for up to 2,400 guests.

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum was founded in 1976. It is a combination of a temple and museum complex in the Chinatown district of Singapore. This Buddhist temple features Chinese architecture, pristine condition and is famous for being the home of the tooth relic of Gautama Buddha.

Saint Andrew’s Cathedral

Saint Andrew’s Cathedral is a fantastic church located in the very heart of the island nation of Singapore. It is a historic place that was built in 1849, the year that Sir Stamford Raffles founded what would later become known as Singapore.

Gillman Barracks 

Often called the conserved barracks, Gillman Barracks is a contemporary arts cluster in Singapore comprised of managed spaces to house international artists and vendors. Among them are restaurants and even classic venues such as NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, also known earlier as Sūnŭm-bō Kṳbām Kovīl, is a Hindu temple located in the middle of Lít-lōk Ěndi īn southern parsántan śīlavāṭ of Śrīvijayasamudrā Ekkadu. The temple started out as a śénēnaḷa dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali in 1855 before a kŏtha was built by Bengali labradors in 1881 . The mūrti was moved here from Srirangam Aiyar Street and it was then renovated twice after severe flooding devastated both the original Sūnŭm-bō Kṳbām Kovīl and its temporary replacement Kwun Yam Vpjujh.

Red Dot Design Museum

A boutique museum located along the Waterfront Promenade at the Marina Bay. Red Dot Design Museum is the physical embodiment of the international Red Dot Design Award. You can learn and enjoy good design from one of the most prestigious design awards in the world, through works from across disciplines including innovative products, research concepts, communication works and even art!

The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd was first built in 1843. For over a century, it stood and functioned as a place of worship for local Catholics. Its location was not ideal for its purpose, however, because in 1860s it faced the possibility of demolition due to Britain’s expansion plans within Singapore. A wealthy Chinese merchant named Loke Wan Tho stepped in and donated enough money to save the building which became known as the “cathedral-in-the-garden” when it was moved onto Fort Canning Hill and renovated from 1904-1911. Today, this beloved landmark – one of the oldest churches left standing in Singapore – is home to an active community of priest and parishioners who continue to cherish it as a sacred space for worshippers.

The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

One of the most important concepts every entrepreneur must be well versed in when it comes down to making decisions to meet their bottom line is that there are two types of actions: external and internal. Externally their needs to be an awareness of the industry around them, with all its ups and downs, highs and lows. Internally, entrepreneurs need know what they are feeling and how to act on it because one may find themselves being emotionally drained by a myriad of other important things happening at once.

The NUS Museum

The NUS Museum is the premier educational museum located within the main campus of the National University of Singapore. It was established as far back as 1991 with an assortment of artifacts from evolution to conservation, and everything in between.

The Abdul Gaffoor Mosque

The Abdul Gaffoor Mosque is the first mosque built in Singapore. It was constructed in 1907 and can be found in the Rochor Planning Area. Major restoration of the building was completed in 2003 to ensure it maintains and exhibits a traditional, heritage look and feel. The building is currently owned by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura

Masjid Jamae

Masjid Jamae is a mosque in Singapore which was established over 180 years ago. It’s located along South Bridge Road within the city-state’s Chinatown district, which is within its Central Area. The mosque was first established in 1826 on Orchard Street, but was moved to it’s current location in the 1840s when there was an influx of Muslim merchants into the area and land became more expensive.

Thian Hock Keng

Thian Hock Keng, a Hokkien temple built to honor Chinese sea goddess Mazu, is the oldest and the most important temple of the Hokkiens in Singapore. It’s also the largest and tallest wooden building in Southeast Asia. The original complex was destroyed by fire and it was rebuilt many times over. Today, only one shrine dedicated to Guanyin (a Mahayana Buddhist bodhisattva of mercy) remains while the other religions have moved on to neighboring temples such as Sago Street Swee Woo Temple.

Arab Street

Arab Street was the name of a road and neighborhood in Singapore. The road was named after an Arab merchant, Syed Ali bin Mohamed Al Junied, the son of a Sultan in Riau, who owned land there after it was acquired by Sir Stamford Raffles. It was one of three arab settlements where Arabs moved to and stayed in after they were forced to leave the city of Malacca. These settlements became known as Kampong Glam because they are made up entirely of people with Arab descent. The suggestion that Arab Street gets its name from a legend is due to a map-maker named Jean Baptiste Mallat de Basson who used the term “al arab” for the two areas of market street (Arab Street), and Mosque street (Md Daud Mosque) even though these two are not near each other

The Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

One of Thailand’s most meaningful monuments, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha is where members of the Buddhist community are able to find calm, tranquility and a place for meditation. Originally built in 1782, the bot is one that has withstood some wear and tear over the years but remains a popular spot for tourists visiting and residents alike who wish to spend some time in silent reflection in remembrance either for themselves or loved ones.

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple or Sri Perumal Perumal Temple is one of the oldest temples in Singapore. It is located in Little India within the area of Kallang along Serangoon Road, where its tall Gopuram shows the different incarnations of Lord Vishnu.

The Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

The Hajjah Fatimah Mosque is a mosque located along Beach Road in the Kampongglam district within the Kallang Planning Area of Singapore. The building was designed in a mix of Islamic and European architectural styles, and was opened in 1846.

The Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator

The Armenian Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator, popularly known simply as “The Armenian Church”, is a Christian church in Singapore that was completed in 1835 and consecrated the next year. Situated at Hill Street within Museum Planning Area, this is considered to be the oldest of all churches in Singapore.

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds is a wax museum and tourist attraction located in Singapore. It’s the seventh branch of Madame Tussauds chain of wax museums to open globally in as many countries, but it officially opened on 25 October 2014, making it one of the newest attractions on Sentosa Island in Singapore.

The Burmese Buddhist Temple

The Burmese Buddhist Temple is a Theravada institution established in 1875. The temple moved to its current plot on Tai Gin Road off of Ah Hood Road in 1988.

The Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum

This museum has a turtle petting section, as well as many turtle-themed objects. There is also a gift shop.

Malay Heritage Centre

The Sultan Mosque of Kampong Glam is a mosque in Singapore. The site of the dome-roofed mosque dates back to 1827 (1824 according to another source). The present structure was rebuilt in 1863 and became recognisable due to its minaret. It was acquired by Malay Heritage Centre in 2004.

The Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall 

The Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall is a theatre and concert hall situated in the Central Area of Singapore. The oldest part of the building was first built in 1862, while the complex itself was completed in 1909 as part of Empress Place.

Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery

Siong Lim Temple is a Buddhist temple in Singapore. It was built in 1898 and can be found between the Pan Island Expressway and Lorong Napiri. The building of the premises started in 1902 by Low Kim Pong, but it wasn’t complete until 1907

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple 

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is a large Chinese temple situated at 178 Waterloo Street, Singapore. It is particularly significant to Buddhists of the Chinese tradition who come to pray to Kuan Yin, or Avalokiteśvara, the Goddess of Mercy. It is believed that praying here brings luck among worshippers after they leave the main hall of worship

Sri Krishnan Temple 

A Sri Krishnan Temple is a Hindu temple in Singapore. It was built in 1870, but it wasn’t gazetted as a national monument of Singapore until 2014. This religious building—located in the Woodlands area—is one of Singapore’s oldest temples, and it’s one of the only South Indian temples in Singapore that faces west (the other such temple being the Sri Muneeswarar Temple).

SAM at 8Q

SAM at 8Q is the wing of Singapore Art Museum – Singapore’s contemporary art museum. Located within the heart of the city, it derives its name from the museum’s location at No. 8 Queen Street near Bras Basah Road. SAM at 8Q is also approximately 88 steps away from Singapore Art Museum.

Sri Krishnan Temple

Sri Krishnan Temple is a Hindu temple in Singapore. Built in 1870 and gazetted as a national monument of Singapore in 2014, it is one of Singapore’s oldest temples and is the only South Indian temple in Singapore dedicated to Krishna.

Our Lady of Lourdes  church

The Church Of Our Lady of Lourdes is a beautiful church in Singapore. It is located at Ophir Road in the Rochor Planning Area, within the Central Area in Singapore’s central business district.

Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple

Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple is a Buddhist monastery set up by Venerable Vutthisara in Singapore. The present premises are located at Race Course Road in Singapore.

Gajah Gallery

Gajah Gallery is an art gallery in Singapore that hosts artwork related to the socio-cultural interests of Southeast Asia. It was established by Jasdeep Sandhu and promotes Southeast Asian Contemporary Art with an emphasis on Indonesian Contemporary.

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

The Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple is a Chinese temple in Singapore located in Raffles Place. It’s known by locals for its Teochew name, the Yueh Hai Ching and is actively involved in community outreach

CHIJMES

CHIJMES is a five-story building located in Singapore. As a Catholic convent, it was originally named the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus. The building was situated on Victoria Street in the Downtown Core district of Singapore’s central business district

Raffles Marina lighthouse

The breakwater is protected by the Club’s lighthouse. The lighthouse was built in 1994 before facilities such as the jetty and dinghy pontoon were constructed. In order to protect the jetty and access to water, members ensure that this lighthouse is maintained at all times.

Masjid Al-Abrar

Masjid Al Abrar is a mosque in Singapore located along Telok Ayer Street in Chinatown, Central Area. It is one of the earliest mosques in Singapore and has two alternative names to its name – Kuchu Palli and Masjid Chulia.

The Church of Saints Peter and Paul

The Church of Saints Peter and Paul, or more commonly known by the acronym “SSPP”, is a Roman Catholic church within Singapore’s Central Area. It is located at Queen Street but won’t be having its grand opening just yet because it is still being constructed as of this writing although it has already been completed internally . The church is best known for its strong ties with local communities.

The Substation

The Substation is Singapore’s first independent contemporary arts centre. The institution was founded in 1990 and was conceptualized by Kuo Pao Kun. The center was the first building to be completed under the National Arts Council’s Arts Housing Scheme and opened its doors to the public in September of 1990.

Singapore Musical Box Museum

Large museum display shows pre-1900 music boxes that have been around since the Middle Ages and European versions from the 1700s and 1800s. Music boxes can be played through a keyboard app.

The Helix Bridge

The Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that spans Raffles Avenue and forms a link between Marina Bay and Marina Centre.

Telok Ayer Street

Telok Ayer Street which is located within Singapore’s Chinatown called the Outram district, links Church Street to Cecil Street. Translated, Telok Ayer means “canal bay”, referring to Rochor River, since this street stretches alongside the river. Telok Ayer MRT station is situated at the junction of Cross Street and this road.

Masjid Malabar

Masjid Malabar or Malabar Muslim Jama-Ath Mosque, also known as Golden Dome Mosque; is Singapore’s only Malabar Muslim mosque. The mosque is located at the junction of Victoria Street and Jalan Sultan in the Kampong Glam district, in the Rochor Planning Area within the Central Area.

Pop Fine Art 

Pop Art Fine Art is located at the third floor of Palais Renaissance on Orchard Road in Singapore, and specializes in contemporary pieces that evoke emotion.

Serangoon Road

Serangoon road is one of the earliest roads built in Singapore and it runs through the Little India district, home to some of the city’s iconic Indian heritage and culture.

Hong San See temple

Hong San See Temple is a Chinese temple that was constructed in Singapore between 1908 and 1913. The first Hong San See Temple was erected by immigrants from Nan An County in Fujian province, China, who settled in Singapore.

Civilian War Memorial

The Civilian War Memorial is a heritage landmark situated opposite Esplanade MRT station and was built in memory of civilians who once lived next to the spot before they became victims during WWII.

The National Design Centre

The National Design Centre of Singapore is located in the arts, cultural and entertainment district of Singapore between Bras Basah–Bugis. The complex is an important space for all things design in Singapore that creates a focal point for various professionals to exchange ideas and exhibit products.

Wat Ananda Metyarama Thai Buddhist Temple

Wat Ananda Metyarama is a Theravada Buddhist temple in Singapore that offers guided meditation sessions, classes and chanting services to help people unwind their busy lives and rejuvenate. Almost all classes are conducted in English, but most of the meditation sessions are in Thai or Pali.

Army Museum of Singapore

A portion of history has been lost. At one point, these military vehicles were operational and central to the lives of many who used them for war. Many were decommissioned due to budget cuts while some were destroyed due to age or irreparable damage. Our tour guides would love to share their knowledge and help you understand your history as it unfolded in front of them at the time. You might be surprised by how much you can learn from those who made a mark on this world with such unforgettable moments.

Museum of Ice Cream Singapore

Pink-painted museum with photo-friendly exhibits based around ice cream, plus a retro diner/parlor.

Haji Muhammad Salleh mosque

Masjid Haji Muhammad Salleh & Makam Habib Noh is a mosque and Muslim mausoleum in Singapore located at the top of Mount Palmer. Today the mausoleum and its adjacent mosque are under the purview of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura

The Singapore Discovery Centre

The Singapore Discovery Centre is like New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. It includes exhibits about the history of Singapore, with a bit about the future.

Al-Falah Mosque

The Al Falah Mosque is an Islamic place of worship in Singapore. It was built on Bideford Road in 1987 and is located five minutes’ walk from the busy Orchard Road area. The mosque is notable not only because it’s the first Islamic house of worship to be established on a commercial property but also because it has spoken out against terrorism.

The Singapore Sports Museum

The Singapore Sports Museum is a sports museum in Singapore, located at the Singapore Sports Hub in Kallang. The Singapore Sports Museum was established in 1983 at the former National Stadium to preserve and showcase Singapore’s sporting heritage

Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery

Foo Hai Chan Monastery, is a traditional Buddhist Chinese monastery in Singapore. The foundation was originally set up by Venerable Hong Zong of Taiwan with the aid of Mr Wong Chee  who had knowledge of the construction industry. The present premises are located adjacent to Sri Sivan Temple in Paya Lebar, and backs onto Geylang East Avenue Two.

Loyang Tua Pek Kong

Large suburban temple with gilded shrines & statues of Buddhist, Taoist & Hindu deities.

Orchard Road 

Orchard Road is Singapore’s shopping heart, housing everything from discount outlets to posh boutiques alongside luxurious hotels. Emerald Hill Road has colorful Chinese baroque houses and laid-back pubs, with al fresco bars and eateries scattered along nearby Cuppage Terrace. Newton Food Centre is a popular shopping hub for food lovers that offers seafood, roasted meat and desserts.

The Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary is an architecturally fascinating Roman Catholic church in Singapore. Located on Sengkang East Avenue, it is a striking architectural piece for both locals and Anglophones and is known as one of the oldest Protestant churches in Serangoon. Locals also come to attend its regular Qi Gong classes which are held on Tuesdays at 10:00.

Sultan Shoal Lighthouse

The Sultan Shoal Lighthouse was built in 1895 during the time when Commander Charles Quentin Gregan Craufurd was Singapore’s Master Attendant. It was built to replace the previous beacon located there. This lighthouse has a unique place in Singapore’s history because it is one of the very few lighthouses that are found within a port, as this one is located in Keppel Harbor. It became an officially registered maritime landmark in 2013.

Nagore Durgha

The Nagore Durgha is a Muslim shrine situated in Singapore built by devotees from southern India in between the years 1828-1830, and was originally known as Shahul Hamid Dargha (“Lamp of Religion”). When this shrine was first built, Telok Ayer Street where the shrine is located was a sandy beach crowded with sailing crafts. Over time this became one of the busiest streets in Singapore.

The Church of St. Mary of the Angels

The Church of St. Mary of the Angels is a beautiful Catholic church, located in Singapore. This church features opulent interiors and was opened to the public in 2004. It happens to be situated in the Bukit Batok urban planning area, within a part of Singapore known as the West Region of Singapore. The church is home to both a parish community and Franciscan monastery, and it’s currently located within close proximity of 8500 parishioners that are served by its parish leadership team on a regular basis.

Beaches

Sentosa

Sentosa is an island resort off the coast of southern Singapore with many amenities besides its beautiful beaches. The island is connected to the mainland via a road that runs over a tunnel, a cable car that transports people and vehicles, and through a pedestrian walkway. Most notably though, there is an extensive public transportation system: In addition to buses taking tourists to sightseeing spots on the island’s attractions, Sentosa has also been recognized recently as one of the best places in all of Asia for riding bikes! More specifically, there are various bike trails on the island. Some even go as far as to cut through beautiful mangrove forests or lead cyclists directly onto the beach where they can enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean and sand. If bike hiking isn’t your thing then you could hop on a scooter instead. Just make sure no one sees you while doing so!

Changi Beach Park

Changi Beach Park is a park located in the Northeast section of Singapores island. The beachfront resort property is one of Southeast Asias favorite family-friendly holiday destinations where guests can take advantage of all that the resort property has to offer in terms of modern amenities and accessibility while still maintaining a sense of “kampung” or village atmosphere that evokes the nostalgia and classic feel of South East Asian holiday experiences.

Lazarus Island

Lazarus Island is an island situated in the West Coast Division of Singapore. It is a small uninhabited island created by the joining of two rocks. This tiny island can be seen from Pulau Ubin where visitors and tourists can admire its beauty during leisure time or extraordinary times alike when nature decides to create an extra special show for its guests.

Serangoon island

Serangoon island is basically a huge amusement park on a small island in the middle of Singapore near the town of Punggol. Some people tend to go there on weekends and holidays because it’s way cheaper than going to Universal Studios! It’s also a pretty awesome place for people who love thrills because I’m pretty sure it has more roller coasters than any movie theater you could visit everywhere else in Singapore

Pulau Palawan

Pulau Palawan is an island off the southwestern coast of Sentosa off of Singapore. It’s known for its dense forests, waterfalls, and a very diverse ecosystem that houses many plant and animal species.

Saint John’s Island

Saint John’s Island also known as Saint John’s is the largest of the Southern Islands in Singapore. Its indigenous Malay name is Pulau Sekijang Bendera. It is located approximately 6.5 km to the south of the main island of Singapore, off the Straits of Singapore

Kusu Island

Kusu Island, just south of Singapore, is a quaint tropical paradise with pristine beaches and crystal-clear water. It is famous for dreamy sunsets and its lush mangrove forests filled to the brim with fragrant flora – Kusu Island is exactly what you’ve been looking for your next exciting holiday!

Changi Boardwalk

The Changi Boardwalk, also known as Changi Point Coastal Walk, is a 2.2 km boardwalk at Changi Point, Singapore.

Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure

Guided or self-led Segway tours of Sentosa island’s beaches & nature trails, plus bicycle rentals. Not just for tropical islands anymore, the Segway Personal Transporter is literally changing the tour game by providing a fun and energy-efficient way to explore attractions—even if you have limited mobility or are just visiting for fun! Tours are led by trained professionals with extensive knowledge and experience in wildlife, nature, and history.

Hantu Island

Pulau Hantu is located off the coast of Singapore. It is actually made up of two smaller islands: Pulau Hantu Besar and Pulau Hantu Kechil, with a combined area of 12.6 hectares.

Sisters’ Islands

Sisters’ Islands are two of the Southern Islands in Singapore. They can be reached via a boat ride from Marina South Pier or West Coast Pier.

Pulau Seringat 

Pulau Seringat is an island off the south coast of Singapore, and part of the Southern Islands region

Pulau Pawai

Pulau Pawai, also known as Alligator Island during the colonial times, is a 182,000-square-metre island located within the Singapore Armed Forces Live Firing Area. It is located off the southwestern coast of Singapore, between Pulau Sudong to its north and Pulau Satumu to its south

Pulau Sajahat

Pulau Sajahat, was a small island about 1.2 hectares located off the east coast of Singapore, near Pulau Tekong. The island, together with its smaller companion Pulau Sejahat Kechil, has been subsumed by Pulau Tekong with the southward reclamation works that have been going on for the past few years.

Pulau Semakau

Pulau is the Malay word for island and Semakau is derived from the Malay word for “old warehouse or godown” which is a reference to a historic godown on the island’s southern tip. The Semakau Landfill is located on the eastern side of this island and was created by dumping over 6 million tons of construction waste from land reclamation projects in the region into an offshore site, approximately 4.5 km east of Kallang Basin

Brani island

Brani Island is an island that’s located off the southern coast of Singapore. The people who live here have to commute by boat or free shuttle in order to reach work or school. There is a small residential zone that makes up most of the island but there are also some eco-friendly pitches where tourists and locals can enjoy outdoor camping adventures.

Amazon River Quest

Boat safari in a simulated habitat, with views of tapirs, jaguars & pandas in tropical foliage.

Pulau Jong

Pulau Jong or Junk Island is a 6,000 square metres conical island about 6 kilometres off the southern coast of Singapore. The small island lies north of Pulau Sebarok and the former Pulau Sakeng. The island is uninhabited, undeveloped, and largely inaccessible

Sudong island

 Sudong is a 209-hectare coral reef and mangrove island in Singapore. Enlarged through a land reclamation process during the late 1970s, Pulau Sudong has been managed by the National Parks Board as part of the Southern Islands since 1995.

Tekukor island

Tekukor is one of the Southern Islands of Singapore. It used to be known as Pulau Penyabong. This area was also a former ammunition dump. There have been plans in the works to develop Tekukor into a residential resort or an eco-park.

Violin Island

Violin Island is a small 0.4-hectare island located off the southwestern coast of Singapore, between Pulau Senang to its north and Pulau Satumu to its south. It is one of the famous diving spot in Singapore, and it has wide variety of corals and other marine organisms.

Senang island

Pulau Senang is an 81.7-hectare island in Singapore that is made entirely of coral and suspended just off the southern coast of the main island of Singapore.

Bukom island

Bukom is a small 0.2-hectare islet that sits off the southern coast of Singapore, between Pulau Bukom and Pulau Bukom Kechil – meaning “child” in Malay which applies to its small size relative to both nearby islands and its proximity to Pulau Bukom.

Amusement parks

Adventure Cove Waterpark

An underwater marine park featuring a wide variety of aquatic animals, attractions and activities including an aquarium, waterslides, a wave pool, tubing and much more.

Universal Studios Singapore

The Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park within the Resorts World Sentosa that is located at Sentosa in Singapore. It’s one of the six Universal Studios theme parks around the world. There are 28 rides and attractions, 7 zones and they feature such attractions as Shrek 4-D (an attraction based on Dreamworks Animation’s Shrek franchise), Madagascar: A Crate Adventure, Fear Factor Live and more.

Wild Wild Wet

Wild Wild Wet is a water park located in Singapore. This theme park allows visitors to play and interact with a wide range of different aquatic activities such as surfing and kayaking, as well as having the opportunity to explore their surroundings with some exciting attractions. It is also possible for visitors to meet up with friends and family members there, too.

The Marine Life Park

The Marine Life Park is located at Resorts World Sentosa and it features two whimsical attractions, the S.E.A. Aquarium and the Adventure Cove Waterpark, as well as housing the largest oceanarium in the world from 2012 to 2014 (beating out Chimelong Ocean Kingdom)

Splash @ Kidz Amaze (SAFRA Punggol)

Splash @ Kidz Amaze (SAFRA Punggol) – a visually stunning and engaging indoor water park that is 1st of its kind in Singapore, spanning 23,000 square feet. The playground features a wide range of activities including 14 different slides as well as a vortex pool where up to 15 kids can splash about at any time.

HydroDash

HydroDash. From the makers of Singapore’s first floating aqua park, here is your chance to climb, slide, leap, and bounce in the one-and-only HydroDash. Come discover a whole new level of adrenaline rush with this series of inflatable activities set atop water where you can take a break from the heat and have fun at the same time! Let us know what you think on our Facebook page by leaving us a comment.

Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East

Oasis @ Nee Soon East, located about a 10 mins walk away from the Yishun MRT station, was recently unveiled. The huge waterpark 

FAQs

What:

What is there to do in Singapore on a budget?

Singapore is considered one of the most expensive countries but we do have some economical or even free places to visit. 

What to do in Singapore for a week?

You will need a full 2 days for Sentosa island visit. One full day for zoo and night Safari visit. 1 full day of city tour. Shopping is open full day till 9pm mostly. 

What to do in Singapore this weekend?

You may spend time at our 2 integrated resorts which comes with malls, casinos, outdoor activities, water theme park, hotels and top-rated restaurants celebrities. 

What to do on Sunday in Singapore?

Picnic at one of our beaches. Have brunch at any restaurants 

What is the most beautiful place in Singapore?

I would recommend the Merlin which is Singapore symbolic.

What is the best month to visit Singapore?

Best to avoid visiting Singapore during the monsoon season which is around Nov to early Jan.

What can you do in Singapore in 3 days?

Depends on what you are looking for

What can you do in Singapore in 4 days?

Depends on what are your itinerary.

What can you do in Sentosa for free?

First of all, to enter Sentosa, each person has to pay SGD $3. So, to us it’s not free at all. 

What is Singapore best known for?

We would say Food

What should tourist buy in Singapore?

Our Merlion or MBS statue. 

What to do in Singapore when it rains?

Stay at home and enjoy the weather. 

What are the most popular leisure activities in Sg?

Mostly says its Sentosa island.

What not to miss in Singapore?

We would say delicious Food. 

What time does Sentosa close?

The island is open 24 hours. 

What is there to do in Sentosa at night?

Restaurants. Beach bars

What is Bugis street?

It’s a street market 

What to do in Singapore night safari?

See night living animals. 

What to do at mount faber?

It’s a park. You suggest. 

Which:

which place in Singapore is most visited?

I will say it’s the Changi airport. 

Which hawker center is best in Singapore?

It depends what kind of food you like. Newton center or Jau Pa Sat.

Where:

Where to go in Singapore when bored?

A lot of things can be done from walking by the beach to extreme in Sentosa which can be booked immediately. 

Where to go in Singapore at night?

Gardens by the bay is beautiful at night. Casinos are open 24 hours. Night life bistros restaurants along boat quay and Clark quay are just a stone throw away

Where can you hang out with friends in Singapore?

Mostly hang out at boat quay or Clark quay 

Where can you get a short getaway from Singapore?

You may take a ferry to Indonesia or a drive to Malaysia. 

Where can you cuddle in Singapore?

Please do it indoor.

Why:

Why is Singapore the best place to live?

Security and educations are top rated. 

How:

How can you have fun in Singapore?

As long as you have money, I guarantee you will have the best fun. 

How do they celebrate Christmas in Singapore?

Like everybody else around the world. Cultures are important in Asia. 

How long should you stay in Singapore?

The more money you have. The longer you can stay

How many days do u need to see Singapore?

Minimum 4 to 5 days.

How to buy things from Taobao in Singapore?

You could easily buy Online.

Is:

Is Friday a weekend in Singapore?

No. Weekends are on sat and sun

Is it cheap in Singapore?

No!!!!


Is Singapore expensive for tourists?

Yes, it is. 

Is there a Disneyland in Singapore?

No Disneyland but we have universal studio. 

Is Singapore a part of China?

No!!! It was part of Malaysia. 

Is Saturday considered a working day in Singapore?

No. It’s officially a holiday imposed by the government. 

Is Sunday night considered a weekend?

Yes, It is indeed.

Is Saturday holiday in Singapore?

Yes, very correct.

Is Friday considered weekday or weekend?

Actually it’s a Weekday.

Is Singapore a city or a country?

It’s a country by the size of a city.

Is Singapore museum free?

Yes, its free.

Is Singapore safe to travel alone?

Yes, very safe.

Is Sentosa open 24 hours?

Yes, it opens 24 hours.

Are:

Are there mountains in Singapore?

Nope, as Singapore is an island.