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With a vast bucket of things to do in Singapore, this place offers unique experiences which are way beyond your imagination. Famed as the “Lion’s City” this city-country is a spectacular destination, not to just spend your holidays but to make the best out of it. With constant advancements, the tourist traffic is continuously hiking up and hailing out to more travelers all year round. Be it witnessing the zip line of Mega adventure or enjoying the sky diving at iFLY here you can have it all. This destination is indeed a hotspot for unusual experiences which will cater to everlasting memories of the trip.

Activities to do in Singapore hems in soaking in the beauty of Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios, Jurong Bird Park, Merlin Park and several places which will make your experience free from regrets. Is your soul craving for an exciting adventure? Try Scuba diving and snorkeling which will give you a chance to intermingle with the underwater world. Here you can also enjoy Fishing, Freediving, Kayaking, Sailing, Boating, Canoeing, and several other activities which are just perfect for an exciting yet memorable vacation. Hitting out the city with your partner? Try the dinner cruise at Sentosa which is just a splendid option or you can also take a walk hand-in-hand with your beloved at the beaches in Singapore.

Touring Sentosa Island is another thing which one must not dare to skip. With multitudes of activities to do in Sentosa Island, you can explore a new dimension of recreation. Indeed this place is a true paradise for leisure and adventure, with places like the Madame Tussauds Singapore, Images of Singapore Live, Fort Siloso, and the Skywalk, Crane Dance, Adventure Cove Waterpark, AJ Hackett Sentosa and many other such famous attractions that define the beauty and entertainment quotient of Singapore as a whole. Here you can also witness the bird’s eye view of the beautiful island-city from the Singapore flyer which is an activity worth-trying! This place holds as wide platter of activities for everyone and will never fall short of anything you wish for.

Are you a wildlife lover? Then you will fall in love with this place as it has a lot to offer. You can not only experience the wildlife in Singapore at the day time but you can also enjoy the nocturnal life. With Night safari and river safari, you can soak in all of the wilderness Singapore owns. Here you can spot Fishing Cat Trails, Wallaby Trails, Leopard Trails, and various other animals which can be seen wandering at the night time. The S.E.A. aquarium of Singapore is another possession of the city where you can come face to face with the underwater kingdom and can also witness the feeding sessions of sharks. Do you like taking a part of the trip back home? with umpteen number of places to enjoy shopping in Singapore, there are Clarke Quay, Orchard Road, Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and many other amazing spots to buy souvenirs. Escape the ordinary destinations and experience the surreal at the “Garden City”.

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23 July 2019
I had booked my Universal studio Singapore tickets from Thrillophilia and I must say I got the best deal.After purchasing they would send a mail to fill the details of travellers. It was very organised and we need to take the printout or mail of the tickets they send to the Universal studio..For my future trips I would definitely go with thrillophilia..
"Easy and simple. you can either take a print out or scan the barcode in your mobile at the entrance. Good experience."
"wonderfull experience at universal studios. opens at 10 am to 5 pm. tickets received from thrillophilia were for direct entry to Universal studios. no problems at all. also the lowest prices at thrillophilia."
30 December 2019
Wonderful & thrilling experience. Must to do is transformer ride. Mummy is like deep space in Imagica, if you have guts to do it...then only go for it.
Really loved the place, too clean and well maintained. They have around 100+ huge aquariums and have thousands of species. Really love the place.
Great experience.
"We checked a lot of sites for booking of universal studios tickets but we got the best deal on Thrillophilia. We had booked the tickets 10 days prior to reaching singapore and we received the email from the thrillophilia team within 24 hours.Our entry in the universal studios was hassle free and it is very clearly mentioned as in where to scan the tickets. So if you're booking the attractions on your own for Singapore, without a doubt you can go for thrillophilia as per my experience."
I booked a cruise tour to Singapore. I went there with my friends to experience something exceptional for our vacation. We had very few days in our hands to strategize our trip and to maximise the trip in best way possible, so it was best to go with thrillophilia. Looking for more.
We visited Singapore and Malaysia from Bangalore. It was fun and exciting knowing their culture. We also visited many tourist attractions. Looking forward for more.
We booked our tour from Delhi to Singapore to Malaysia. I must say it was a different experience as we covered two different foreign lands in a single trip. It was very captivating for us to know two different cultures and traditions. It was a complete family trip as a whole.

People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Travel advice:

    1. Money-wise: Quite obviously, the currency exchange will be quite different than what prevails at your native place. In Singapore, the notes prevail in denominations of S$2, S$5, S$10, S$50, S$100, S$1,000 and S$10,000. Coins come in 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and S$1. Understand the exchange rate well before you enter the territory and things can get quite hectic when one makes use of credit and debit cards and taxes are simultaneously applied.

    2. Tax charges: There is an interesting law in Singapore. This is especially applicable to tourists. They can now claim a refund on the 7 per cent goods and services tax that they pay on any service if they make purchase of over $100. Isn’t that great?

    3. All go well prepared: Be it a pleasant shopping experience or eating experience, just make sure that you enquire about all the places that you decide to visit before you actually visit them. This makes things much easier for you to handle.

    4. Use of language: You won’t have a problem as such, trying to communicate what you want to the locals as most of the Singaporeans speak fluent English. Other languages they are fluent in are Mandarin Chinese, Malay or Tamil – which is great as they are Indian languages.

    5. Weather wise: Singapore is most of the times hot and humid. The temperatures reach well above 30 degrees all around the year. Visitors should also be prepared for rain at any given time. Make sure you carry cotton clothes and not woolen sweaters to Singapore.

    6. Tipping: At restaurants and resorts, tipping is usually something that is given at the end of the bill as additional perk if the customers found the service good. Tipping in Singapore is not mandatory. You can give tips only if you want to.

    7. Drinking laws: In Singapore, alcohol consumption is banned in all public places between 10:30pm to 7am. Even the retail shops are not allowed to sell alcohol to the customers. Make sure you follow the rules well while you’re in Singapore.

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  2. What will you like in Singapore?

    Singapore is undisputedly established as one of the top holiday destinations in Asia which attract tourists from several continents. The country is naturally gifted with serene landscapes and exotic beaches while the rest has been taken care of by Singapore tourism. Singapore gives its tourists many reasons to fall in love with the city-state and mark it on their revisit list. Few things that you will undoubtedly love about Singapore have been listed below:

    1. The all-time-awesome weather: Quite surprisingly, there's no best time to visit Singapore as the city-state is gifted with a stable climate. It may either be humid you can expect showers!

    2. Foodie's delight: Checking out the indigenous cuisine which includes Bak Kut Teh, Wanton Mee, Fried carrot cake, crabs, Laksa, etc. is on every traveller's check-list, and you will surely love these mouth-watering delicacies.

    3. Countless places to go: While in Singapore, you will find yourself in the utmost hurry because there are so many places to see which cannot be covered in limited time. From beaches and bays to malls and restaurants, Singapore has all of it!

    4. Safety and oneness: Singapore has the lowest crime rates in the world and also, it's a multi-racial country with people from all origins.

    5. Reliable public transport: You don't need to worry about booking private cabs and taxis as Singapore has got a very safe and dependable public transport with excellent connectivity.

    Also Read: Amusing Places to Visit in Singapore

  3. How to reach Singapore?

    Singapore is located off Southern Malaysia, and it can be reached by the following means:

    1. Airways: Changi Airport of Singapore is regularly voted as the world's best airport. Most of the tourists flowing in choose the airways as it is the easiest way to reach Singapore. There are regular flights from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Australia, and North America.

    2. Railways: Singapore has railways connectivity to Malaysia, Johor Bahru, and Kuala Lampur through Bangkok. The frequency of trains is three per day. All the trains arrive at the Tanjong Pagar MRT Station.

    3. Roadways: Singapore also has roadways connectivity to Malaysia and the Asian Mainland in the form of two causeways. You can either take your car or use the bus service that starts from 5 AM to midnight. The buses are operated by SBS and a causeway link.

    4. Waterways: Singapore is growing as a hub for cruises throughout South East Asia. There are regular ferry services on offer to Tanjung Belungkor in Malaysia and Riau Islands in Indonesia. Holiday tourists are more inclined to the cruise services as they are a perfect means to enjoy the beauty of the sea.

    Must Check: Amazing Things to Do in Changi Airport Singapore

  4. When is the best time to visit Singapore?

    Best Time and Season to Visit Singapore:

    - The months between February to April when the island country has summers going on is a good season to be in Singapore.

    - Similarly, the winters here are quite pleasant as well. Plenty of outdoor activities become available during these two seasons.

    - Moreover, November to January is when the country has the wettest months and showers can last for long periods of time, so you may want to avoid this season unless you’re fond of travelling in rains. The hottest months in Singapore usually are May and June.

  5. Do I need a visa for Singapore? How does one get a Singapore visa?

    Citizens of India can apply for a Singapore tourist visa that allows a stay for maximum period of 30 days with a validity of 2 years. As the rule applies for other countries, even for Singapore, you should ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months from the date of entry in Singapore.

    The easiest way to apply for your visa is filling the form online. You have to pay the fees and your request is registered. You may also be provided with a pick and drop service. Some of the vital documents required for visa application procedure are air ticket, passport, bank statement of last three months, covering letter, visa application form and 2 passport size photographs.

  6. What is the currency of Singapore and where can I get my money exchanged?

    The currency of Singapore is Singapore Dollars. You can get your currency changed in any part of the country as and when required. As Singapore is a popular tourist destination, you find money changers in every part of the country easily. However, in case you’re unable to find one in the area you’re residing, you can always go to the airport or the banks. These money exchangers provide the service at slightly greater cost but are hassle free.

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  7. Which are the major tourist attractions in Singapore?

    Singapore showcases a perfect blend of Asian and European cultures. This is a city blasting to the creases with great attractions, exciting activities, and a lot of day trips for everyone. There are beaches, rooftop-bars, safaris, shopping centers, luxury hotels, adventure sports, theme parks and everything else that you need for your dream holiday. Though the list of tourist attractions in Singapore is never-ending, a few of them have been mentioned here which are more popular:

    1. Marina Bay: The picturesque Marina Bay Sands complex is the main attraction of the bay. There are other great spots around the bay such as the Science Museum, Casino, shopping centres, dining and nightlife options. A spectacular light show is hosted around 2000 hours, which blends with the water to form colourful, magnificent views. A great deal for photographs!

    2. Clarke Quay: Clarke Quay is well known for its enthralling waterside eateries and exciting gathering of bars and clubs, but the region has a lot more to offer. Clarke Quay is filled with places of cultural and historical importance like Singapore River, Asian civilizations museum, statues of Sir Stamford Raffles, Fort Canning Park, Civil Defense Heritage Gallery and Hong San See Temple.

    3. Universal Studios Singapore: Universal Studios Singapore is an amusement park situated inside Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. The park has around 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. There are several night time activities including the magnificent Hollywood Dreams Light-Up Parade, live local bands, delicious food and thrilling rides under the midnight stars. Skip the line and get to Universal Studios at flat 18% off.

    4. Gardens by the Bay: Gardens by the Bay is a large, beautiful, modern park in the bay area of Singapore. Among the main features are the Supertree structures. There are several trees and plants to find inside, making Gardens by the Bay an incredible goal for both children and adults, and just for those searching for a reprieve with staggering views.

    5. Kidzania Singapore: Kidzania is interactive indoor theme park is a must-visit for children. It offers fun and learning through interactive role-plays for children of age-group 3 to 17. It is an 81,000 sq feet indoor city, modelled especially for kids. It has buildings, paved streets, vehicles and a functioning economy just like any other city. Book the tickets of Kidzania at flat 18% off

    6. Chinatown: The Chinatown area is quite different from the rest of Singapore. It has low rise buildings of Chinese Architecture, and the Chinese culture is exhibited out on the streets with the enticing smell of Chinese cuisines being cooked. There are temples of all faiths among which Buddha tooth relic temple and Sri Mariamman Temple are visited more often.

    7. Singapore Flyer: At 165 meters tall, this giant observation wheel is an artful culmination of urban design and building that exhibits not just the hypnotizing cosmopolitan cityscape of the tropical Lion City but also the encompassing islands of Indonesia and parts of Malaysia in all their glory. It often features on the advertorial boards of Singapore Tourism. 

    8. Sentosa: This sunny island is home to amusement attractions, world-famous spas, lush green rainforests, golden sand beaches, and resort-themed hotels. A perfect holiday's escape overall.

    9. Singapore Night Safari: Singapore Night Safari is more than just a typical wildlife safari as it is the world's very first wildlife night park where you can find nocturnal animals actively roaming with their gleaming eyes. The Wildlife Safari covers around seven geographical regions, each of which is equally fascinating.

    10. Little India: Little India is a lively historic area in the heart of Singapore around the Serangoon road. This place is a must-visit as you can explore a beautiful community mixture of Hindu and Chinese temples, along with Churches and Mosques. You can also enjoy the South Indian delicacies and North Indian tandoori dishes and local flavours of roti-prata (pancakes) and Teh-Tarik. There's also a 24 hr shopping center, Mustafa Mall.

    Also Read: 25 Beautiful Sentosa Island Attractions

  8. What are the things to do in Singapore?

    Singapore is one such holiday destination that is not bounded by a genre or a category. From beaches and bays to wildlife and vegetation, the island nation has all of it. Here is a list of few things which you must tick off your list while holidaying in Singapore:

    1. A walk to remember at Clarke Quay Bridge: The Helix Bridge is one of the most scenic places in Singapore. It is decorated with brilliant lightning which adds up to the beauty of the site. This is the first curved bridge of the world, connects South Marine Bay and Marine Centre over the Singapore River.

    Location: Marina Bay
    Price: Free to visit
    Timings: Best time to visit is during evening and night

    2. Enjoy the cultural diversity at Chinatown:
    Dive into Singapore's exuberant, multi-ethnic culture by visiting some of the country's most enchanting places of worship, located in the heart of Chinatown. This well-established region is home to many different cultures and is the only Chinatown in the world to have a Buddhist temple, a mosque and a Hindu temple along a solitary street.

    Location: Outram district
    Price: Free to visit
    Timings: Best to visit during evening

    Recommended Read: 20 Best Things to Do in Chinatown Singapore

    3. Explore your second home at Little India: Situated down the Serangoon Road, Little India exhibits a pleasant mix of Indo-South East Asian culture. It is the best place to do some incredible shopping and that too at fair prices. Also, you can satisfy your taste buds with exotic South Indian and North Indian Tandoori dishes. Don't forget to stop by for some hot milk tea.

    Location: Down the Serangoon road
    Price: Free to visit
    Timings: From morning to night

    4. Get acquainted with the animal kingdom at Wildlife Zoo: Sprawling over an area of 69 acres, Singapore Zoo houses eleven regions, each of them taking you through the most distinctive global wildlife habitats in the world. The place is home to over 300 different animal species. The zoo also keeps hosting seasonal festivals and shows. Get best offers for Singapore zoo.

    Location: Mandai Lake Road
    Price: S$ 37(INR 1800) for adults, S$25(1250) for children and S$17(850) for senior citizens
    Timings: 08:30-18:00

    5. Turn the pages of history at the National Museum of Singapore: Imagine standing before a giant dark space encompassed by a massive video screen giving you a glimpse of everyday life in Singapore while symphony music plays in the background. The museum houses past 100 years galleries whose artifacts date back to early 1887. There's a retail space too where you can buy souvenirs.

    Location: Stamford Road
    Price: S$12.5 – S$26 (INR 650 - 1300)
    Timings: 10:00 – 19:00

    Must Check: Historic Museums in Singapore

    6. Get enchanted at the Southern ridges: The Southern Ridge is a 10-kilometre long stretch surrounded by diverse vegetation. From here, you can get the most panoramic view of the Southern Islands. It's the best place to explore if you want to click pictures and watch some migrant birds.

    Location: Henderson Road, Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park
    Price: Free of cost
    Timings: Best to visit in the evening

    7. Experience your dream vacation at Sentosa: With its perfect beaches, lovable Sentosa attractions and natural landscapes, the State of Fun will surely leave you spellbound. The island also hosts the world's largest wind tunnel for indoor skydiving.

    Location: Artillery Avenue
    Price: Variable
    Timings: 24/7

    8. East Coast Park, your perfect party place: The 15 kilometre stretch of beach is engulfed with many attractions including sporting, entertainment, and dining options. Also, it's a great place to sit back and relax your mind as there are scores of cafes, bars, and restaurants in the area. Don't forget to visit the hearty local fare at east coast food lagoon.

    Location: Along the east coast, parkway and east coast park service road.
    Price: Variable
    Timings: 24/7

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    9. Feel more alive with the modern luxury of Marina Bay: The area is home to the Sands Sky Park designed by the renowned architect, Moshe Safdie. You will witness some superb architectural examples along with some artistic sculptures around the area. Singapore Tourism invests its good fortune in the maintenance of this area. There are many things to explore in Marina Bay

    Location: 11 Marina Boulevard
    Price: Variable
    Timings: 24/7

    10. Get in the nearest proximity of nature at Singapore Botanic Gardens:
    Botanic Garden is the oldest garden of Singapore and the country's first UNESCO world heritage site. This is a great place for nature lovers or for people who wish to spend some peaceful time outdoors.

    Location: 1, Cluny Road
    Price: S$ 5 (250)
    Timings: 08:30-19:00

    11. A perfect blend of fun and learning at Marina Barrage: Marina barrage is the water supply and flood control facility of Singapore but, it doubles up as a perfect spot for a family picnic or a play day out with little ones.

    Location: 8, Marina Gardens drive
    Price: Free to visit
    Timings: 24/7

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    12. Visit Asia's most famous shopping street, Orchard Road: The perfect find for shopping freaks. It's the home to prominent local designers including Design Orchard, Beyond the Vines, Choo Yilin, In Good Company, Robinsons, Tangs, etc.

    Location: Orchard Road
    Price: Variable
    Timings: 10:00-22:00

    13. The mandatory selfie with Mythical Myrion: Body of a fish and head of a lion, the mythical Merlion resides at the Merlion Park. The famous statue is among the must-see attractions of the country.

    Location: One Fullerton
    Price: S$18 (INR 900) and S$ 15(INR 750)
    Timings: 24/7

    14. Enjoy the 360-degree view from the Singapore Flyer: This giant observation wheel is worthy of its name. It stands 165 meters high from the ground, with 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules from where you can behold the beauty of whole Singapore, including Malaysia and Indonesia on a non-cloudy day!

    Location: 30, Raffles Avenue
    Price: S$ 33 (INR 1650) for adults, S$ 21(INR 100) for kids of 3-12 years of age
    Timings: 08:30 – 22:30

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  9. What is the local food of Singapore? Which are the best places to taste this food?

    If you love eating, you can’t ignore foods at Singapore. There is so much to eat that your holiday would just pass eating at several restaurants, cafes and other eateries The local Singaporean cuisine is diverse and have influences derived from several ethnic groups like Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and Peranakan. This food mix sounds too fancy and interesting to not be tried. Here are a few dishes you should definitely taste-

    - Bak Kut Teh
    - Wanton Mee
    - Fried Carrot cake
    - Dim sum
    - Kaya Toast and Soft-boiled Eggs
    - Toast with soft-boiled eggs
    - Crabs (Chilli or Pepper)
    - Laksa
    - Curry Fish Head

    Must Read: Finest Restaurants in Singapore

    And here’s where you can eat them all!

    - Ya Hua Bak Kut (closed on Monday)
    - Song Fa Bak Kut
    - Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup (closed on Mondays)
    -Leong Kee (Klang) (closed on Wednesdays)
    - Fei Fei Wanton Mee
    - Kok Kee Wanton Mee
    - Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House
    - Swee Choon Tim Sum
    - Tim Ho Wan
    - Killiney Kopitiam
    - Chin Mee Chin Confectionery (closed on Mondays)
    - Good Morning Nanyang Cafe
    - Ya Kun Kaya Toast

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  10. What is the best public transport to commute around Singapore?

    Singapore is a developed country and has multiple means of transport for its people. The best and most used ones are-

    MRT (mass rapid transit) system is probably the fastest way to zip around in Singapore. Most of Singapore’s key attractions are within walking distance from any MRT station, thanks to this extensive rail service.

    2. TAXI-
    Taxis are very comfortable and convenient, especially if you want to go to places that are not accessible by the bus or MRT. Cabs in Singapore are metered, but there may be extra charges depending on when, where and which company’s taxi you board.

    3. BUS-
    Singapore's bus system has an extensive network of well connected routes covering most of the places in Singapore. It is the most economical way to commute for locals as well as tourists.

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  11. Do I need to have any vaccinations before the trip to Singapore?

    Taking a vaccinations before any trip is a great precaution. As the weather, water, food and other elements are changed, you may feel the need of a doctor. Vaccination may help you travel fit but of course, it is a personal choice. Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Tetanus are some of the vaccinations you may consider to take. Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travelers over the age of 1 year, within the preceding 6 days, have been in or transited more than 12 hours through the airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

    Also Check: Singapore Travel Guide to Plan your Trip well.

  12. What is the local language in Singapore and which are the most commonly used greetings?

    Singapore has four official languages which are English, Malay (Bahasa Melayu), Chinese (Mandarin), and Tamil. You can usually speak English and have a good communication with people who understand the language completely. You may find difficulty in understanding though, as the accent of the locals is different to that of an Indian, British or American.

    Here are some common greetings in Malay which is widely spoken in Singapore-

    - Good Morning: Selamat pagi (sounds like "pag-ee")
    - Good Afternoon: Selamat tengah hari (sounds like "teen-gah har-ee")
    - Good Evening: Selamat Petang (sounds like "puh-tong")
    - Good Night: Selamat Malam (sounds like "mah-lahm")

    Here are some common greetings in Chinese which is another widely spoken language in Singapore-

    - Hello (General greeting) - n? h?o - informal
    - How are you? - n? h?o ma?
    - What's your name? - n? guìxìng dàmíng?
    - Where are you from? - n? shì cóng n?li lái de?
    - Pleased to meet you - w? h?n g?oxìng g?n n? jiànmiàn

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  13. Which are the best shopping places in Singapore and what are they famous for?

    Shopping is one among Singapore's chosen pastimes, and tourists generally spend a lot of time strolling around various malls, sometimes in the search for best deals while other times, just to escape the outside sun. Among hundreds of malls in Singapore, we have brought before you the chosen ones where you can get exactly what you're looking for and that too at a great price!

    1. Orchard Road: The Orchard shopping street is a lot more than glittering shopping malls and luxury hotels. Famous for its outside artworks, this place is truly a shopper's delight as it is one of the oldest shopping areas of the country. At Orchard Road, you can shop for anything and everything, but tourists are generally inclined towards clothing and garments.

    Location: Central Region

    2. Chinatown Street: The Chinatown street is the most-beloved one because of its perfect blend of ancient and new, with old temples and traditional medicinal halls situated alongside the street. If you are looking forward to buying some exotic Chinese items, then this place is a must on your to-do list.

    Location: Chinatown

    3. VivoCity: Largest mall in the country of malls! VivoCity offers a variety of shopping options that are suitable for the whole family. Also, some stores are unique to VivoCity, such as Superdry. The mall also features open-air segments for waterfront walks.

    Location: Harbourfront Walk

    Popular Read: 15 Best Markets in Singapore to shop from

    4. Haji Lane: Once a void column of post-modern era shop-houses, the Haji Lane has been given fresh life by the budding designers and local entrepreneurs. Here you can find a unique collection of furniture, antique jewellery, classic handbags, street-wear brands, and limited edition gems.

    Location: Close to the downtown area

    5. The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands: Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is indeed a shopper's paradise. It houses almost every major luxury brand in the world. Also, you can visit the place to buy some fancy camera equipment from the Leica or toys from children from Hamley's. There are other things like apparel, accessories, and home-ware that can be bought from the Millenia Walk. You can upgrade your home furniture from the outlets of Vitra and Grafunkt.

    Location: Marina Bay

    6. Little India at Serangoon Road: If there's a festival nearby or if you are in a mood of some traditional shopping, Little India is the place to go. You can find a great range of Sarees and colourful bangles around the shops here. You can also buy other Indian articles like Rajasthani jewels and Hyderabadi traditional wear.

    Location: Off Serangoon Road

    Also Read: Night Markets in Singapore you must visit.

    7. Clarke Quay: As you cross over the bridge from Riverside Point to Clarke Quay, you will find push-carts selling unique pottery, jewellery, wood-craft, and other stuff. Though Clarke Quay is mainly known for dining and drinking it's a worth visit for it's a friendly, cheerful and festival-like atmosphere.

    Location: River Valley Road

    8. Mustafa Centre: As you plan to visit Little India, don't forget to stop by at the Mustafa Centre. This place is open 24/7, and you can find anything you need, from electronics to apparel to sports equipment.

    Location: Syed Alwi Road

    9. Bugis Street Market: Bugis Street market is widely known for thrift shopping, and it is the Mainland for Korean themed shops where a lot of cool stuff can be bought. It's good to do better research in all the shops before finding your perfect deal.

    Location: News Bugis Street

    10. Raffles City Shopping Centre: Raffles City Shopping Centre enthrals over almost all the shopping fields like fashion, books, music, sports, toys, eyewear and cosmetics. All of these can be found in the varied range at City Hall MRT Station.

    Location: North Bridge Road

  14. Here are the best tips Thrillophilia has to offer for your trip to Singapore

    Every country has certain survival tricks and so does Singapore. Here are a few piece of tips from Thrillophilia-

    - Try to Avoid the Haze
    - DO NOT look out for Drugs!
    - Obey the laws
    - Remember: Singapore is expensive!
    - Eat, a lot at the hawker stalls…
    - Try the local dishes
    - Be ready for humidity
    - Use public transportation
    - You don’t have to tip!
    - Study thee duty-free regulations

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  15. What are the best amusement parks in Singapore?

    Having fun in Singapore is really easily, thanks to the number of amusement, thrill parks that are made. These attractions are one stop shop, eat, relax, have fun rides and can be visited with your entire family, group of friends or colleagues. Some of our best picks of amusement parks in Dubai are-

    - G-Max Reverse Bungy
    - Haw Par Villa
    - Legoland
    - NEWater Visitor Centre
    - Sentosa Skyline Luge and Skyride
    - Singapore Flyer
    - Songs of the Sea
    - Universal Studios Singapore
    - Wild Wild Wet Singapore
    - Adventure Cove Waterpark

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     Parks in Singapore you must visit.

  16. What are the must-have romantic experiences for honeymoon couples in Singapore?

    With so many activities to do and places to see, your itinerary will surely shine if you add romance to it. Singapore is not a very good honeymoon destination but there are many things you can do to make it one and if planning a honeymoon trip to Singapore.

    Here are some of the most romantic experiences honeymoon couples can have in this island nation of Singapore-

    - Hold hands tight as you take a walk at Gardens by the Bay
    - Get onto a romantic date night on a Singapore cruise
    - Romance at the night safari
    - Enjoy sunset at Singapore flyer
    - Enjoy the laser light show
    - Move away from the world in Fort Canning Hill
    - Visit Kombi Rocks to try something new
    - Dinner date with friendly Orangutans
    - Lift your partner up in the air at sky-high

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  17. Which are the best places to enjoy the nightlife in Singapore?

    The most happening nightlife In Singapore that you can realize is located around the city centre, which implies that you can head for an afternoon meal on Club Street in Chinatown, then drive to Marina Bay for a drink while enjoying the serene view of the city and then you can show some dance moves at Clarke Quay. Yes, you can cover it all in the same evening

    All the options being easily available aren't the only good thing about the Lion City. In the past decade, Singapore has worked a lot towards shedding off its image of an overpriced holiday destination. Well, we can always thank the globally famous night clubs. Also, there are a number of rooftop bars that have recently emerged around the city.

    So what are the best places to make your party night worth it? Let's have a look at the grand list:

    1. An evening drink at Clarke Quay: The landscape location of the place and its complementary blend with evening drinks is unavoidable. This place is equally popular among the locals and the tourists. There is a hub of grand bars and restaurants offering great delicacies and exotic drinks. The place is also home to nightclubs like Attica and Zirca which never fail in making the nights of their guests a memorable one.

    2. A special occasion at the Marina Bay Sands: The majestic three-pronged Marina Bay sands can be viewed from kilometres around. Not only it looks like the greatest part spot, but you can also hit the place for after parties too. There are a 24-hour casino and a 360-degree observation deck on the top. In simple words, Marina Bay Sands never sleeps.

    3. A musical evening at the Zouk: For the lovers of dance and music, Zouk is the place to go. Quite a few big names like David Guetta, The Chemical Brothers, Calvin Harris, etc. have graced the place with their presence. A full packed evening at the Zouk looks like a mini Tomorrowland music festival, right in the heart of Singapore.

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    4. Party harder on the rooftop bars like Altitude and Ku Delta: Like other South-East Asian nations, the rooftop bar culture in Singapore is zooming in every day. Altitude is the highest rooftop bar present in the area while the lavish Ku Delta isn't too far and nothing less than its rival. Other notable mentions include the Level thirty-three which is the highest craft brewery in the world and the Kinki, a Sushi admirer's delight

    5. Post shopping party at Orchard Road: Though Orchard Road is mainly known as a shopping center during the day, it converts itself into a party spot during the evenings. The area is filled with eateries, restaurants and pubs which serve their purpose of hosting the party animals. There are places like The Drunken Poet and Muddy Murphy’s Irish Club which host special parties on the weekends.

    6. Evening parties at the Sentosa Beach Bars: For those who are too eager to celebrate their moments and cannot wait till dark for the party beats to plug-in, Sentosa Island is the perfect deal. There are a number of beach clubs where you don’t have to wait till evening and you can get into party-mode from mid-afternoon itself! Azzura Beach Club is one such spot that hosts beach parties like Smack My Beach Up and Full Steam Ahead.

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    7. A special evening at the Club Street- Chinatown: Chinatown is no longer in the saint club when it comes to nightlife in the Lion City. Recently, it has emerged as the city's best nightlife spot where a happy evening can be spent along with a quality dinner and some country music.

    8. Local part spot, Holland village: This place is comparatively more visited by the locals and emigrants than the tourists. There are many fancy alfresco restaurants, and occasionally street parties are also hosted.

    9. Out of the box, Geylang: Many have a perception that this area of Singapore is not for the innocent folks, but that's no reality. There are many restaurants and bars which run a plain party business and nothing else. Do look out for the gleaming neon signs and avoid visiting those buildings if you are there just for some drinks and a meal.

    10. A different experience at the Gardens by the Bay: Parties in Singapore are not just limited to drinks and dines, but a natural flavour can be added to it if you visit the Gardens by The Bay.

    The main attraction of the place is the 'Supertree grove' which is a group of 50 feet tall trees. Those trees are illuminated during the night with vibrant lights and the ‘light and laser’ show which begins around 2000 hours is absolutely free to visit.

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  18. What are the best free things to do in Singapore?

    It is actually possible to discover Singapore without having to pay any entry charge or cover charges. Some of our favorite freebies here are-

    Baba House
    Sound and light show, Gardens by the Bay
    Sri Mariamman Temple
    Telok Blangah Hill Park, Southern Ridges
    The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore art tour
    Singapore Botanic Gardens
    Haw Par Villa
    Bukit Brown Cemetery
    Singapore Symphony Orchestra
    East Coast Park
    Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park
    St Andrew's Cathedral and the Armenian Church

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  19. Which are best hiking trails in Singapore?

    Away from the shopping malls and high-tech development of Singapore, take a walk into the glorious arms of nature. Here are few of the best hiking trails for adventure lovers in Singapore that help you learn more about the natural beauty, wildlife and geography here-

    - MacRitchie Reservoir Park
    Pulau Ubin Puaka Hill
    - The Southern Ridges
    Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
    - Chek Jawa Wetlands
    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
    - Fort Canning Park
    Bukit Batok Nature Park
    - Labrador Nature Reserve
    Dairy Farm Nature Park
    - MacRitchie Treetop Walk

  20. What are the best beaches in Singapore?

    if you are a beach lover, the beaches in Singapore will lure you all year around. The best time to be here is from November to early March when the weather is awesome for activities like swimming, adventure sports, and beach games. Singapore’s best beaches can be divided in two broad clusters. First one are the beaches of Sentosa Island and in group two are the east coast beaches. Undoubtedly, both these clusters are pristine. However, beaches of Sentosa are more lively because of its extreme popularity. Here are best of beaches in both regions-

    Palawan Beach
    Siloso Beach
    -Tanjong Beach
    Changi Beach
    Punggol Beach
    Kusu Island
    Lazarus Island
    Pulau Ubin

  21. What are the different types of safaris in Singapore?

    Singapore is located in the heart location of South East Asia and because of the favourable environmental conditions; it is blessed with a fair share of flora and fauna. There are a few jungle safaris where you can have a good time while catching some enchanting views in your cameras:

    1. World's first Night Safari: Home to around 2500 animals from 130 species. If you want to witness the nocturnal life of the wild, this is the place to go.

    Price: S$52(INR 2700) for adults, S$37(INR 1850) for children and S$21(INR 1063) for senior citizens
    Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road
    Timing: 19:30-24:00

    2. The satisfying Zoo Safari: Sprawling over around 67 acres and divided into 11 zones, the zoo safari will take you into the world of 300 species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. There's also a 'keeper encounter' facility for kids below 12.

    Price: S$37(INR 1850) for adults, S$25(INR 1250) for children and S$17(INR 861) for senior citizens
    Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road
    Timing: 08:30-18:00

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    3. One of a kind River Safari: From Manatees and monkeys to Piranhas and Pandas, the Singapore River Safari has 6000 animals, and 40 of them are threatened species.

    Price: S$34(INR 1722) for adults, S$23(INR 1165) for children and S$16(INR 800) for senior citizens
    Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road
    Timing: 10:00-19:00

    4. Witness the world of aves at Bird Sanctuary: Within its majestic 5-acre compound, and eight aviary enclosures, the bird sanctuary is home to around 3000 exotic birds from 124 species.

    Price: S$30(INR 1519) for adults, S$20(INR 1013) for children
    Location: 31 Lorang Da Hitam
    Timing: 12:00-18:00

  22. What is the cost of Universal Studio? What things can be done there?

    The first Hollywood based theme park of South East Asia, Universal Studios features an alluring collection of 24 movie-themed rides, 18 of which were exclusively designed for the Singapore Park. There's also a world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Among the breath-stopping rides features the mega Transformers 3D ride, the Egyptian Mummy ride and even the wet themed Madagascar ride.

    There's also a New York movie set where you can witness the magnificent skylines, which includes a copy of a subway entrance. You can move onto the movie set and feel the astounding force of a hurricane that has special effects by Steven Spielberg! There are several thrilling performances and shows as well; the Shrek 4D adventure is most enjoyed by the younger ones. In the Lost World segment, you can witness the fantastic stunts while you can treat your eyes with the mega water explosions in the WaterWorld, things you would have seen in movies only! Also, you should have your selfie camera open because celebrity sightings are widespread at this park.

    Ticket Price: S$ 79(INR 4000) for adults and S$ 59(INR 3000) for children.
    Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore
    Timings: 10:00-variable closing time

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  23. What are some must do water sports in Singapore?

    With great beaches come great watersports. Singapore offer a number of activities for all water babies. A few of them are-

    - Orca Scuba
    -  Fishing
    - Snorkelling
    - Free diving
    - Kayaking
    - Sailing
    - Boating
    - Canoeing

  24. Which are some best Casinos in Singapore?

    Singapore has some fanciest casinos in the world. But remember to bring your passport to be admitted into the casino and then head to get your club card if you don't have one. This may be the case for first time visitors. Some of the best casinos in Singapore are-

    - Marina Bay Sands Casino
    - Marina Bay Sands
    - Resorts World Sentosa
    - Singapore Pools
    - Singapore Pools Tampines N4 Branch

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  25. Which pubs are must visit in Singapore?

    A good pub in the town is the heart of every community. It surely brings everybody together for a fun filled night. But when you travel to a new country, selecting the best one can be a task, so here is where you can find these casual pubs in Singapore for the lovely evening with loved ones-

    - The Penny Black
    - The Yard
    - Molly Malones
    - Starker
    - The Dob and Bone
    - Baden
    - Forest
    - Tipping Club
    - Anti:Dote
    - No. 5 Emerald Hill
    - Bar Stories
    - The Pump Room
    - The Screening Room

  26. What type of cruise and yacht experiences can we have in Singapore?

    A cruise or a yacht ride is always a good idea; especially when you are surrounded by clean blue waters. Cruising and Yacht experiences in Singapore are great and come in a variety. There are different types of cruise like the night cruise, sunset cruise, river cruise etc. Similarly, you can look out for a yacht that suits your preference. You can even hire a private one for your enclosed group to have the perfect get together or party!

  27. What is the cost of Singapore Flyer? What’s so special about it?

    The cost of the giant Singapore flyer’s ticket prices are S$33 for an adult ticket and, S$24 for senior citizens above 60 years age. For a child of 3 to 12 years old, the ticket cost is S$21. Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel. The construction of the great Singapore Flyer had taken about 2 and a half years, back in the year 2008. The Flyer has 28 air-conditioned capsules which are mounted outboard of the rim of the wheel structure to provide continuously unobstructed and uninterrupted views to its visitors.

  28. What all things can be done in Sentosa Island?

    Having served as a British fortress for a hundred years, Sentosa has transformed into a lovely island resort, best known for its pristine beaches, grand hotels and other luxurious attractions. Every year, millions of tourists flock around here to have a vacation of their dreams. Let's have a look at what all the things this tranquil island offers:

    1. Fulfill your Hollywood dream at the Universal Studios Singapore: World-renowned, South East Asia's first Hollywood theme park. From exotic rides to breathtaking shows, the Universal Studio is a perfect family party spot.

    Ticket Price: S$ 79(INR 4000) for adults and S$ 59(INR 3000) for children.
    Timings: 10:00-variable closing time

    2. Find your Nemo in the SEA Aquarium Singapore: The enchanting marine world has more than 100,000 aquatic animals, spread over 10 different zones in 50 habitats. The marine creatures are the native of Bay of Bengal, Straits of Malacca, Andaman Sea and the Great Lakes of East Africa. Overall, a perfect blend of learning and fun for everyone at SEA Aquarium Singapore. Book the tickets at flat 25% off

    Ticket Price: S$ 40(INR 2026) for adults and S$ 59(INR 1460) for children.
    Timings: 10:00-variable closing time

    3. Experience the thrill at Adventure Cove Waterpark: Perfect vacation spot to spend your summer holidays beat the heat with the exotic water rides, including the famous pipeline plunge. Pick up your tube and sail down the adventure river witnessing the fourteen exotic habitats.

    Ticket Price: S$ 38(INR 1925) for adults and S$ 30(INR 1500) for children.
    Timings: 10:00-18:00

    4. Go-Karting at Skyline Luge Sentosa: Don’t forget to visit the Skyline Luge Sentosa for a thrilling Go-Karting experience. The Skyline also offers its signature Skyride chairlift, whose highest point gives you a visual treat in the form of whole Sentosa Island.

    Ticket Price: S$ 51(INR 2540) for adults and S$130(INR 6500) for children.
    Timings: 10:00-21:30

    5. Explore Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom: The Butterfly & Insect Kingdom Park exhibits thousands of varied insect species. Placed in a green background complemented by exotic flowers and energetic waterfalls, it's home to more than 3,000 of the rarest and endangered species of the insect kingdom. Skip the line and book the tickets of Butterfly Park at flat 18% off

    Ticket Price: S$ 18(INR 900) for adults and S$10(INR 500) for children.
    Timings: 9:30-19:00

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    6. Get clicked at the Sentosa Merlion: How can you skip your mandatory pictures with the Mythical Merlion Statue at the Sentosa Merlion Park? Body of a fish and head of a lion, it's the undisputed insignia of Singapore Tourism.

    Ticket Price: S$ 18(INR 905) for adults and S$15(INR 754) for children.
    Timings: 10:00-20:00

    7. Soar high at iFly Singapore: Experience adventure at the world's most giant wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. A perfect spot for the adrenaline enthusiasts as it offers you ride on the winds that reach 230 km/h of speed. Book the tickets of iFly at flat 25% off

    Ticket Price: S$ 89(INR 4500) to S$119(INR 6000)
    Timings: 10:00-20:00

    8. Explore the world of optical illusions at Trick Eye Museum: Want to have some different kind of fun? Well, the trick eye museum offers you exclusive optical mirror illusions that cannot be found in any other trick eye museum in the world.

    Ticket Price: S$ 20(INR 1000) to S$25(INR 1260)
    Timings: 10:00-21:00

    9. Visit Madame Tussauds Singapore: This house of adventure is not about just wax statues. There's a boat ride called 'Spirit of Singapore' which takes you down the memoirs of the golden period of the Lion City.

    Ticket Price: S$ 32(INR 1620 for adults and S$22(INR 1100) for children
    Timings: 10:00-20:30

    10. Ride on the waves at the Wave House Sentosa: Though there's no scarcity of beaches and sea in Singapore if you want some real surfing experience, then Wave house is just the place for you. Along with a surfing arena, there's also a pool and beachfront oasis.

    Ticket Price: S$ 35(INR 1777)
    Timings: 11:30-21:30

    11. Try the Singapore Cable Car: Who wouldn't like to have a panoramic bird's eye view of Singapore and Mount Faber? Cable car sky network offers one of the world's best cable rides with some magnificent views.

    Ticket Price: S$ 31(INR 1777) for adults and S$21(1INR 1060) for kids.
    Timings: 8:45-21:30

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