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A 14,000 sqm recreational wonderland for all. Play or dine under the sparkling glass canopy amidst luscious foliage.
It welcomes the young and young at heart with an array of exciting play attractions. From mazes to bouncing nets, it's all fun. Take a stroll along creative garden trails, glide down giant slides or hide in bowls of gentle mist. Spend hours at play, or simply relax at one of many charming diners.
Nestled in the heart of vibrant Robertson Quay along the iconic Singapore River, M Social Singapore offers accommodation away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With interiors designed by renowned French designer, Philippe Starck, it features an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available on site.
A leading visual arts institution which oversees the world’s largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art.
Situated at the birthplace of modern Singapore, in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is housed in two national monuments - City Hall and former Supreme Court - that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting 64,000 square metres venue. Reflecting Singapore’s unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery aims to be a progressive museum that creates dialogues between the art of Singapore, Southeast Asia and the world to foster and inspire a creative and inclusive society. This is reflected in our collaborative research, education, long-term and special exhibitions, and innovative programming.
The Gallery also works with international museums such as Centre Pompidou, Musée d'Orsay, Tate Britain, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (MOMAT) and National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA), to jointly present Southeast Asian art in the global context, positioning Singapore as a key node in the global visual arts scene.
Looking for a city tour with a bit of extra oomph? Whisk around the sights in a vintage Vespa sidecar. Sitting in your classic sidecar, you’ll speed through backstreets and suburbs to discover the secret parts of Singapore that many tourists fail to reach.
On the way, you’ll stop to watch local craftsman in action and learn about the ground-level history of Singapore from your guide. It’s a great way to experience the city.
A 162-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of Singapore's Orchard Road shopping district. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Hainanese chicken over a piping hot rice eaten with spicy chilli sauce, dark soy and minced ginger.
Probably our nation’s most famous chicken rice stall, known by both locals and foreigners, Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice is listed in just about every guidebook on Singapore. Located close to Chinatown, within one of Singapore’s iconic hawker centers – Maxwell Food Centre, Tian Tian might be surrounded by many other famous stalls fighting for attention. Yet it holds its own.
Located 57 storeys up from the heart of the Marina Bay area, the SkyPark Observation Deck boasts scenic views of the panoramic vistas of Marina Bay and Singapore’s world-class cityscape. Take in a bird’s-eye view of Gardens by the Bay and the impressive Supertree Grove, or admire the sea view that stretches from Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait. From above, try your hand at spotting Singapore’s iconic landmarks. Look out for the capsules on the Singapore Flyer and the durian-shaped domes of the Esplanade – or the Merlion statue, another major tourist attraction in Singapore. Be sure to also keep an eye out for the orange-tiled roofs of the shophouses along the Singapore River.
A leisurely ride along the Canal at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in a beautifully crafted Sampan boat. Make a wish as you circle the Rain Oculus, an eco-friendly installation comprising a 22m-wide acrylic bowl that collects the rainwater that fills the Canal. If you are lucky, you may also get a close-up view of the hourly water cascade. Over 22,000 litres of water are released per minute from a skylight two storeys overhead, making for quite an impressive sight.
A national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors, Gardens by the Bay is a showpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that presents the plant kingdom in a whole new way, entertaining while educating visitors with plants seldom seen in this part of the world, ranging from species in cool, temperate climates to tropical forests and habitats.
Casual Italian-American fare and drinks. Offering spectacular rooftop views of the city and a luxurious lounge, this award-winning Italian-American restaurant transforms into the perfect venue to take in the glow of the city at dusk.
Tuck into sharing portions of LAVO’s signature dishes such as the Charred Octopus and the famous LAVO Meatball. Be sure to leave space for their 20 Layer Chocolate Cake.
As night falls, sip handcrafted cocktails and groove to live DJ sets and band performances at the sprawling outdoor bar and terrace, all while taking in the twinkling city lights from 57 storeys above ground.
A hidden wonderland close to the center of Singapore. This kayaking excursion is beginner friendly, no need to bring anything as all equipment and gear is provided. Jump onto one of the tandem kayaks with a friend or guide and you're ready for your adventure.
Pulau Ubin is a beautiful island just at the northeastern end of Singapore, just a 10-minute ferry ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Tranquil, Wild and rustic, it is now the only place where you can still see and experience Singaporean village living.
Perhaps more famously, Pulau Ubin is home to large mangroves, unique to this island. These tranquil calm waters of these mangroves are where you will spend the majority of your journey, after a short open sea kayak.
While is a calm area, there is also an abundance of wildlife, be sure to look out for: Kingfishers, Eagles, Hornbills, Herons and Egrets and many more species.
Journey into the wilderness. Designed to be explored on a 30-minute tram ride, you will be taken through six geographical regions, from the Himalayan foothills to the jungles of Southeast Asia. Through engaging and exciting live commentary, you will get a deeper understanding of the habitats of our nocturnal friends and hopefully, an appreciation for wildlife conservation.
Night Safari, the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park, is a 13-time winner of the Best Attraction category awarded by Singapore Tourism Board. This internationally acclaimed leisure attraction embodies innovation and creativity in products and services, and service quality, thus attracting approximately 1.3 million visitors annually. Close to 900 animals from approximately 100 species (of which almost 41 per cent are threatened) inhabit the 35-hectare park.
In line with its mission to promote biodiversity, the park focuses on the captive breeding of threatened species. Over the years, it has bred Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, fishing cats, red dholes, anoas, markhors, bantengs, Malayan tapirs and Asian lions, among other threatened species.
A theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It features 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. It was a key component of the Genting Group's bid for the right to build Singapore's second integrated resort.
Cook-to-order satay with three types of meat — chicken, mutton and pork. In a unique take on the usual accompaniment, pineapple pulp is used in the sauce, adding another dimension of bright sweetness. The meat-to-fat ratio of the satay at this stall is slightly higher, so it is not too fatty and you can really taste the flavor of the meat without greasiness from the fat.
Singapore’s nightmarish theme park is a place where meticulously detailed three-dimensional dioramas depict the punishments for crimes of varying severity, from murder to reading the wrong books. This place will leave you feeling slightly bewildered (and terrified) about what you have just seen, but it is certainly worth the trip. Step into Haw Par Villa, if you dare.
Take a peek under Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay's iconic domes with its guided tour. Whether you're an art afionado, architectural buff or a curious visitor, everyone will definitely discover something new about Singapore's national performing arts centre and one of the world's busiest arts centres. The Esplanade Tour takes you to the centre's front-of-house spaces, giving you an opportunity to experience the Esplanade Concert Hall's sublime acoustics and see the majestic Esplanade Theater. Along the way, learn about Esplanade's architecture and history; find out how the Concert Hall can be tuned to sound like a small room or a huge cathedral, and how external noise and vibration is prevented.
Want to experience the famous location in a new light? Enjoy this Floating Donut cruise ride! You'll ride a one-of-a-kind boat shaped like a donut equipped with a built-in table or ice-bowl, umbrella, LED lights, and a Bluetooth speaker. But unlike other cruises, this tiny vessel can only fit a small number of people, making it a relaxing and intimate activity that you can share with your loved ones. Book this experience and choose between a hop on cruise to share with other travelers and the Singapore Sling cruise where you can sip on a famous Singaporean drink. Whichever one you choose, you’ll surely have an unforgettable time on these unique cruise rides!
Drink your selfie! How cool is that? Take a pic, print it on top of your latte. Do you want to drink your selfie, or wefie of your best friends? Perhaps this can bring narcissism to the next level.
Singapore's first electric go kart track! Our electric powered karts have superior acceleration and are built on a lighter race chassis for better handling. Fun Karting makes a comeback, packing an electrifying punch!
With even weight distribution, electronic speed control and emergency shut down features, our safety priorities ensure a fun, fast, safe racing experience.
Skydive without the dangers and cost of doing a tandem jump! iFly introduces the new sport of body flying where participants are given the chance to hover and 'fly' inside the world's first themed wind tunnel. With patented technology, the 16.5ft-wide, five storey high tunnel propels flyers through powerful airspeeds, replicating the jump experienced from a plane. You will receive training from professional instructors and get suited up in sky diving gear before doing your jump, ensuring that safety grounds are covered before entering the tunnel and experiencing the rush of a sky dive!
First permanent indoor snow centre located within the Science Centre Singapore area. Go in for the ultimate cooldown in Snow City Singapore. Enjoy loads of winter fun in the center of the tropical city: play snowballs, see ice sculptures, visit an igloo and more. Try snowtubing and making snow angels in the tropics!
Winter Shooting Arena is the latest addition to the snow and winter experience at Snow City! Come experience Singapore's First Ever Sub-Zero Shooting Arena!
Zip through the air at 60kph while being surrounded by the spectacular view of Singapore. Get an adrenaline rush as you take on the MegaZip!
Creamy, coconutty, lightly spicy laksa noodles (conveniently cut into pieces so you can eat it with a spoon); the chunky fish otah made with fresh mackerel and wrapped in a banana leaf; and the perfectly decent nasi lemak (coconut rice with toppings). The standard—and best—thing to order here is a large bowl of the laksa with a side of otah.