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Welcome to Singapore

With its space-age architecture, busy shopping malls, and skyscraper-lined waterfront, Singapore is one of Asia’s most modern cities, but there’s more to the city than its contemporary draws. Discover Singapore’s multi-cultural heritage in the Arab Quarter and Little India, stroll the illuminated waterfront of Marina Bay, tuck into tasty street food at the Chinatown night market, then escape the urban sprawl for the Botanic Gardens and the Gardens By the Bay. A short cable car ride away, Sentosa Island has something for the whole family, with theme parks, amusement rides, and plenty of beachfront entertainment.

Top 10 attractions in Singapore


Singapore Flyer

Asia's most iconic architectural and engineering marvel, the Singapore Flyer towers 165 meters above Singapore, making it the world's largest observation wheel. (It's 30 meters higher than the famed London Eye.) During your 30-minute flight enjoy the views of the Singapore River, Marina Bay, Changi Airport, Sentosa Island and even parts of neighboring Malaysia and Indonesia.More

Merlion Park

Merlion Park is not as much a park as it is a standing symbol for all of Singapore. Spread out over 2,500 square meters, or about 27,000 square feet, the park is perhaps most famously known for its centerpiece, a 2 meter tall, or seven foot, Merlion cub fountain at the center. Because of the great city view from the park, which extends out to the Marina Day Sands , the waterfront park has become a busy destination around clock, with access open 24 hours a day. The park is centrally located on One Fullerton near to the busy Central Business District. Drawing over a million visitors each year, the park’s Merlion cub was first unveiled to the public in 1972. A large public event was recently held for the 40th year anniversary of the occasion.More

Singapore Zoo

Visit the world class Singapore Zoo where you will see Singapore’s orangutans and exotic imports like tigers, sea lions, baboons and giraffes. With areas dedicated to the Lush rainforest, Wild Africa and Australian outback the zoo is a delight to all. The separate Night Safari attraction provides night-time viewing of nocturnal animals at play from the vantage point of a safari-style tram.More

Wild Wild Wet



An unusual museum 30 feet (nine meters) beneath Fort Canning Hill, the secretive British military fort known as Battlebox once played an important role in Singapore’s history. Used by the Malaya Command to defend Singapore during World War II, the bunker was where Lieutenant-General Arthur Percival ultimately surrendered Singapore to the Japanese, marking the decline of the British Empire. Today, the cavernous space is filled with lifelike wax mannequins and antique photos and video clips that depict what it was like to live and strategize within the gray, 29-room labyrinth during the final days of the war.More

Singapore Chinatown

Home to traditional shop houses, temples and cultural heritage, Singapore Chinatown is a must see for most visitors. From the rooftop dragons of the Thian Hock Keng Temple, the festively gaudy Hindu Sri Mariamman Temple to the outdoor eating area of Smith Street. Chinatown has something for everyone.More

Clarke Quay

Lining the Singapore River, the renovated riverside warehouses and ‘godown’ shophouses of historic Clarke Quay make up one of Singapore’s major wining and dining precincts. Now pedestrianised and home to shops, restaurants, nightclubs, river cruise bumboats and floating cafes, the precinct pays homage to Singapore’s river trade and colonial history. Clarke Quay is a good place to look for varied cuisines, from Italian to brewhouse and fine French, and relaxed outdoor bars with riverfront views. It’s also where you’ll find Singapore’s wild Reverse Bungy adventure ride.More

Night Safari at Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo Night Safari, Winner of the Singapore Tourism Awards Best Leisure Attraction Experience, is the world's first tour of its kind. On an open tram you'll explore 40 hectares of jungle adjoining the zoo, passing a large reservoir and weaving through habitats specially designed to replicate the Himalayan foothills, Southeast Asian rainforest and Indian subcontinent. Enjoy spotting animals in their natural environments on this unique night tour!More

Little India

For sub-continental color, cuisine, atmosphere and bustle, head to Singapore’s Little India, one of the island’s most vibrant and authentic precincts. Shops, restaurants and colorful Hindu temples line the streets of Little India, and the best thing to do here is to just take a walk and drink it all in. The Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is dedicated to the bloodthirsty god Kali, Sri Srnivasa Perumal is dedicated to the more peaceful Vishnu, the Taoist Leong San See Temple is dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy, and the Temple of 1000 Lights features a gaudily lit Buddha. Come to Little India to sample terrific curries, dosas and banana-leaf thalis at restaurants, street stalls and cafes. Shop for everything from incense to saris, and lose yourself in the interestingly named Thieves Market, where anything and everything is for sale.More

Marina Bay Sands

There’s a lot you can do with $8 billion, and the Marina Bay Sands may have just done them all. Touted as the world’s most expensive casino this 2,561 room integrated resort lavishly offers nearly anything that a visitor could ever need on their stay in Singapore. In addition to the 500 tables and 1,600 slots which comprise the atrium casino, the Marina Bay Sands has also opted to include an ice-skating rink, two entertainment theatres, the 300-store Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands shopping mall, an art science museum and a full range of evening entertainment and shows. There is also an impressive, 478 foot (145.7 meter) long infinity swimming pool which gazes out over the Singapore skyline at the aptly named SkyPark—an observation deck which stretches longer than the Eiffel Tower were it laid down. Swimmers with a fear of heights beware: the “infinity” edge looks out over a 55-story drop to the street level below.More

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Singapore City Tour

Singapore City Tour

Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore

Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore

Gardens By The Bay Admission Ticket

Gardens By The Bay Admission Ticket


Recent reviews from experiences in Singapore

The whole tour
Wendy_A, Mar 2020
Gardens by the Bay with 2 Flower Dome + River Cruise + Marina Bay Sands Skypark
Ramesh was great guide, got to see and experience the sights and sounds of Singapore without having to worry about how to do this.
Solo traveller
Rosie_W, Feb 2020
Private Singapore Customized Tour With Driver in small group
Made my transit in Singapore more worthwhile as I was able to see the city easily and quickly.
jaimegaskell, Jan 2020
Night Safari Tour in Singapore with Priority Tram Ride
Brilliant place To visit it was amazing I loved it a lot .
Light shows at the garden and fireworks on the
kcanderson000, Jan 2020
Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck Admission Ticket
Visit during the day and stay throughout evenin hours to see the fireworks and water shows.
Amazing Singapore
galatsoy03, Jan 2020
Singapore City Tour
Singapore is beautiful city and tour guide made good observation of it’s attractions.
Awesome tour
Mark E, Jan 2020
Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour
Full packed tour which will tick off a good proportion of Singapore must-do attractions.
Amazing Singapore at Night
allxring, Jan 2020
Private Tour: Nighttime Sightseeing with River Cruise
Arriving in Singapore a few days early for our Cruise ship departure we wanted to see Singapore at night.
Singapore With a Laugh.
Adventure179471, Dec 2019
Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour
Our escort Was the Cowboy very Funny Man and friendly a Great way to see Singapore By night.
Norm72827, Dec 2019
Gardens By The Bay Admission Ticket
This is one of our top attractions in Singapore that we attended, a great afternoon/night and the light show is awesome.
very good
275svetlanac, Dec 2019
Private Tour: Nighttime Sightseeing with River Cruise
good excursion for those that have only 1-2 days in Singapore to see the main sightseeings.
A great ride - very knowledgeable.
JohnL9142, Nov 2019
Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore
A bike tour a great way to see Singapore and this tour covered it.
True to its description
Y5232EVjanek, Nov 2019
Singapore Night Out: Music & Light show, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, River Taxi
Lots of walking but an excellent way to see Singapore highlights at night.
Nice trip but too rushed
Windmill64, Oct 2019
Singapore City Tour
This is a great way to see the main features of Singapore however, due to road closures we were stuck in quite a bit of traffic and this resulted in a real sense of rush every stop we made.
Get your bearings, decide where to spend more time!
mimili37, Oct 2019
Singapore Half-Day City Tour
This tour was a good way to get a sense of the spots in Singapore to visit.
_rosaria3k, Oct 2019
Singapore Half-Day City Tour
The guide spoke excellent english and was very informative about all the places we’ve been visited.
Singapore Airport Arrival Transafer
Getaway624368, Oct 2019
Singapore Changi Airport to Hotel
He was very helpful in providing historical knowledge of the area as well making recommendations of sights to visit and places to eat at.
Battle Box Tour
Exploration322739, Sep 2019
Historical Battlebox Tour in Singapore
Well worth doing to get a good understanding of the Fall of Singapore
Awesome bike tour
Pioneer587832, Sep 2019
Lion City Bike Tour of Singapore
A wonderful way to get to see downtown Singapore as well as some history.
Great family value - can include transport and entry prices
Lisa F, Aug 2019
The Singapore Pass with 3 or 5 Attractions and optional Universal Studios Entry
Hop on hop off bus was great for stopping at main attractions.
Batam day trip
Rafeek M, Aug 2019
SMALL GROUP: Batam Day Trip with Ferry, 1-hr Massage, Shopping and Seafood Lunch
the places to visit in the itinerary are not so great including the bridge.

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