55 Places to Visit in Singapore 2021, Tourist Places & Attractions
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Singapore Tourist Places

Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore FlyerGardens By The BayS.E.A. AquariumSentosa IslandSentosa Merlion TowerTrick Eye MuseumJurong Bird ParkSingapore ZooKidzania SingaporeButterfly Park and Insect Kingdom and many more.

Ranging from amusement parks ideal for a fun day outing with the family to secluded spots for a romantic date with your loved one, to the marvels of modern architecture; there are all sorts of tourist attractions in Singapore making it one of the top tourist destinations across the globe. Whether you are choosing Singapore as your honeymoon destination, you are planning an eventful trip with friends, or you are venturing out on a journey of self-discovery, this place fits perfectly for all occasions.

While the exquisite
Tanjong and Siloso beaches are the most popular tourist places in Singapore to soak in the refreshing beach vibes, Skyline Luge and iFly Singapore are preferred by adventure junkies seeking a day full of thrill and action. Tourists traveling with families love the atmosphere and range of experiences available at Adventure Cove Waterpark and SEA Aquarium

And, if you want to capture the skyline of Singapore, you should definitely spend some time cruising on the calm waters of Singapore River. Besides, Marina Bay is the best place in Singapore where you can enjoy the best of everything from shopping and dining to views.

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Must Visit Places in Singapore


Universal Studios Singapore

Singapore boasts of featuring one of the most fun-filled adventure parks in the world. With adrenaline rushing rides and different world-famous themes, the universal studios Singapore has excelled in attracting tourists from all over the world. This park has 24 major rides along with 7 themed zones. From adult to children, shows and entertainments are provided to all.

Mainly themed around Hollywood movies, Universal Studios Singapore can definitely be termed as the park of everyone’s dream. From uniquely crafted themed zones to spectacular city skyline views, the park takes you into the world of mini Hollywood. Universal Studios Singapore is listed among the best places to visit in Singapore.

Some of the rides which you can find here include sci-fi transformers ride, roller coaster ride taking you on a journey to ancient Egypt full of mummies, the adrenaline-rushing riverboat ride as one of the top water sports, the 3D combat and much more. Apart from the ride, the park features Hollywood walk of shame, a mini New York, and etc. 

Highlights: The park is famous for its rides and uniquely designed themes.

Location:  8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 

Timings: Monday - Thursday: 10 am – 7 pm
                Friday - Saturday : 10am – 10pm
                Sunday : 
10am – 8pm

How to Book: Universal Studios Singapore Ticket with a discount of  28%.

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Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer is one of the major things that make Singapore one of the top tourist destinations. It’s the tallest Ferris wheel in Asia which can hold 28 passengers in 28 air-conditioned capsules. Once in the wheel, you are bound to get the adrenaline rush of your life.

While you ride the giant flyer, you would be able to notice the city from the top of the wheel, i.e. from the height of 165 meters. The height of 165 meters, which could also be compared with a 45 storied building, offers you a spectacular view of the city below.

Some of the famous places which you can spot from the flyer include Marina Bay, Merlin Park, Singapore River, raffles place, etc. If the magnificent and panoramic view of the city is not enough, the 30 minutes ride will surely make your day. And the best thing about the flyer is, despite it being the largest in Asia, its air-conditioned capsules eliminate the fear of height for most of the people. 

Highlights: The wheel takes you on a heart-pumping ride and gives you spectacular views from a height of 165 meters. 

Timings: Monday - Sunday : 8:30am–10:30pm


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Gardens By The Bay

Gardens by the Bay, offer spellbinding views of the waterfront. This Singapore tourist place is an award-winning horticulture spot that sprawls across 101 hectares of land and is basically comprised of two major areas-Bay East Garden and Bay South Garden and is one of the best places to visit in Singapore. 

Bay South Garden is one of the sprawling gardens, which resembles the national flower of Singapore- Miss Joaquim. Housing several species of trees which are booming into vertical gardens it is a must-visit destination.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore

Timings:  Monday - Sunday 5am - 2 am

How to Book:
Gardens By The Bay Ticket with a discount of 16% 

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Night Safari Nocturnal Wildlife Park

The Night Safari in Singapore opens its shutter post the dusk falls and welcomes you in a thrilling world of nocturnal species and their lowly-lit homes. This Singapore tourist place is the world’s first-night safari park, Night Safari is one of the must-visit tourist places to visit in Singapore.

More than an original safari, the Night Safari shares a resemblance with a wildlife park, with some 2,500 resident animals from a myriad 130 species, including the Malayan Tiger and Malayan Tapir. The park boasts of four walking trails inclusive of the Fishing Cat Trail and the famous Leopard Trail.

Location:  80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore

Timings:  Monday - Sunday7:15 pm - 12 am (midnight) (Last Ticket Sale at 11.15pm)

How to Book:
Night Safari Singapore ticket with a discount of  28%

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Marina Bay

The aspect of Singapore which qualifies it to be on the list of ultramodern cities in the world, Marina Bay is replete with architectural masterpieces. With the finest options for dining in the region and an ultra-luxury hotel to an upscale shopping complex with various international brands to offer, Marina Bay holds a lot in its realm to delight you with.

Relish nature and fresh air at Gardens by the Bay or take a leisurely stroll while soaking in the gleaming sight of the Singapore skyline at the waterfront promenade, there are all kinds of pleasures within this bay. All in all, being the most prominent hub for almost everything, Marina Bay is one of the best places to visit in Singapore.

Highlights: Unlimited choices for food, shopping, and entertainment

How to Book:
Marina Bay Sands Skypark ticket with a discount of 25%

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S.E.A. Aquarium

Counted among the most brilliant creations of humankind in the entirety of Singapore, SEA Aquarium is a large aquarium housing more than 1,000 species of marine life including hammerhead sharks, bottlenose dolphins, and rays. Across a total of 49 habitats, 1,00,000 aquatic animals are put on display for visitors, making this aquarium one of the top places to see in Singapore for marine life enthusiasts.

Look at the clusters of colorful fish on the other side of the glass wall or visit the touch pool and play with starfish and other species of fish with no barrier. Besides, the place also makes available a number of exciting, immersive experiences like diving and sea walking to let one enjoy an intimate rendezvous with the underwater world.

Highlights: Experiences like Ocean Dreams and Sea Trek

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm

How to Book: S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore Ticket with a discount of 25% 

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Sentosa Island

A fun island resort and one of the most famous Singapore attractions, Sentosa Island is solely built to offer recreation and excitement to the smile-starved souls. Few of the frequented and availed attractions include the impressive Resorts World, Tiger Sky Tower, Singapore Butterfly an Insect Kingdom, Universal Studios Singapore and one of the biggest concoctions of aquatic species in the world- SEA Aquarium.

Highlights: Explore exciting activities and adventure and absolve your passion for thrills.

Location: The Sentosa Island is situated in the South of Singapore CBD and is just 12-minute cable car ride away from the Vivo City.

Opening Hours: Monday -  Sunday9 am - 10 pm 

How to Book: Sentosa Fun Pass with a discount of 12% 

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River Safari Singapore

River Safari Singapore has the cutest red pandas. Its fur of rust color and face like a fox are just as pretty as celebrity panda. Besides Panda, their many other animals at the only river-themed wildlife park in Asia, which is nestled between Night Safari and Singapore Zoo.

This recently opened wildlife park is home to over 6000 animals, including 40 endangered animals, followed by the largest freshwater aquarium in the world, and is one of the places to visit in Singapore.

Highlights: River Safari is a river-themed zoo and aquarium located in Singapore.

Location: The River Safari is situated just next to the famous Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore, 729826

Timings: Monday - Sunday: 10am - 7pm

How to Book: River Safari Singapore at a discount of 17%

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Sentosa Merlion Tower

The most iconic of all the tourist places in Singapore, Sentosa Merlion Tower is a 121 feet tall statue of Merlion erected on Sentosa Island. This one is the tallest Merlion statue in the country, and also the only one you can climb onto. Bearing the head of a lion and the body of a fish, the Merlion is the official mascot or cultural symbol of Singapore.

Thus, a visit to this tower is an important part of the cultural exploration of Singapore. Besides, when you climb to the highest point in the tower, that is the Merlion's mouth, you get to enjoy unobstructed panoramic views of Sentosa and Southern Shore of Singapore.

Highlights: Tower designed in the shape of the official mascot of Singapore with an observation deck

Location: 30 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 8 pm

How to Book:
Sentosa Merlion Singapore Tickets  with a discount of 25%

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Experience Little India

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While Singapore tourist places are all about modern day culture, ultra-modern monuments, and buildings, advanced architects, and nature-friendly parks, there’s also a traditional and cultural side of the city. But the culture isn’t about Singapore. Instead, it’s about India. A mini India exists in this city where, once you step into, you will get a wide exposure to India and its glorious culture.

Once the mini India market boomed with Indian people who used to trade Indian products, worship Hindu gods and goddesses, sold Indian spicy foods, and exhibited their culture. However, with time, a lot of it has lost. The good thing, however, is the fact that mini India still exists and you can get an experience of your life once you step into the Serangoon road.

Mini India is now a vibrant district exhibiting Indian culture. People mainly come here for the famous Indian cuisines, north Indian and South Indian dishes. The place also has Chinese and Hindu temples, which would expose you to the religious side of India.

Highlights: Mini India is famous for its foods and Indian culture. Some of the famous shops in the district include traditional sari shops, goldsmith shops, and etc. the main festival in this region is Diwali when the streets light up with eye-catching colorful lights. 

Location: Mini India is situated in the Serangoon road and in the neighboring streets.
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Places to Visit with Family & Kids


Trick Eye Museum

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Gear up to let your imagination run free in the museum. The Trick Eye Museum, in Singapore, is one of the international acclaimed optical art museums of Korea and is one of the best places to visit in Singapore, that incorporates Augmented Reality features. 

The feature of AR would help bring the art exhibits to life. Let 3D paintings take a backseat, now with Trick Eye Museum’s personal and exclusive AR features incorporated onto the 80 optical illusion art installations, you can drench and soak yourself into the exciting lights, sounds and other amazing effects that bring about hyper-realistic illusions.

Highlights: Trick Eye Museum is the incredible dimension of original 3D artworks!

Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44, Singapore 098138

Monday - Sunday: 10AM - 9PM

How to Book:
Trick Eye Museum ticket at Flat 22%

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Jurong Bird Park

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Jurong Bird Park is home to some around 5000 birds from about 400 species, and spreads across 20.2 hectares, hushed away in the western part of Singapore, besides being one of the finest and must-visit places to visit in Singapore. When at Jurong Bird Park, you get the luxury to be up and close with some of the rarest and prettiest feathered buddies in Singapore.

You are not missing the Waterfall Aviary, which is one of the largest walk-in aviaries in the world, and shelters around 600 birds and a waterfall of about 30-meter. There are other amazing attractions at this park as well, inclusive of the largest lory flight aviary in the world over 9 stories high, the brilliant 15 colorful lory creatures and the awesome Penguin coast.

Highlights: Jurong Bird Park has more then 5000 birds all over the globe.

Location: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore

Timings : 
Monday -  Sunday8:30 am - 6 pm (Last Entry- 5:30pm)

How to Book:
Jurong Bird Park Tickets With Transfer at Flat 20%


Singapore Zoo

Singapore zoo is listed among the top Singapore tourist places due to its featuring unique and wide varieties of animals. But Singapore zoo isn’t just an ordinary zoo, but way more than that. Singapore zoo comprises one main branch that showcases the wild diversity and other three branches that features wild jungle safari, night safari, and Jurong Bird Park.

Besides, the most attracting feature about the zoo is that it’s an open zoo. Here, animals live freely in their natural habitats. Tourists, here, are provided with safari rides to watch the animals in their natural style as they take a ride throughout the zoo. The Singapore zoo features several viewing galleries for people to watch the creatures in their natural state.

Most of the underwater creatures such as dolphins, whales, etc. are viewed using these viewing galleries. Some of the other features of the zoo include 11 zones where you can observe the wild habitats, take a part in the splash safari to spot California sea lion, kidzranger and kidzworld tour for kids, and etc. 

Highlights: The best thing about the zoo is that its open and most of the tour is provided in the form of safari ride. 

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 

Monday -  Sunday8:30am – 6pm

How to Book: Singapore Zoo Tickets with a discount of 24%

Butterfly Park And Insect Kingdom

Butterfly Park and the Insect Kingdom are one of the key places to see in Singapore that is bracketed with verdant green tropical greenery which exhibits the pre-possessing beauties of nature. With a myriad variety of butterflies and insects, this wilderness is sure to have your jaws dropped. 

This Butterfly and insect kingdom is a major outdoor experience for tourists, children, and nature enthusiasts. With the alluring scents, beautiful tropical rainforests and awesome interactive experience it’s a guarantee that you would fall for this place with all your senses.

Highlights: Butterflies, beetles & other colorful insects are the main attractions at this lush interactive zoo.

Location: 51 Imbiah Road, Sentosa 099702

Monday - Sunday : 9:30 am - 7 pm

How to Book:
Butterfly Park And Insect Kingdom Ticket at Flat 18%


Kidzania Singapore

Based on a unique concept aimed at educating and entertaining kids at the same time, Kidzania Singapore is an indoor theme park developed in the form of an independent nation but for kids. For any kid 3 years of age or older than that, this place is really fun with numerous platforms for roleplaying.

Whether a kid wants to fly an aeroplane, cook delicious meals, or practise as a surgeon, everything is possible in this world of kids with its own set of rules and even its own currency. Owing to the wide range of unique experiences and programs, this is definitely one of the most spectacular places to see in Singapore if you are travelling with children.

Highlights: Offers real-life experiences to kids through a replica city

Location: 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

How to Book: Kidzania Singapore at Flat 18%

Royal Albatross Sunset Sail

A luxury cruise for those who do not compromise when it comes to experiences, Royal Albatross Sunset Sail is one of the best things you can do in Singapore to add a surreal feel to your overall tour. Whether you are in Singapore on your honeymoon, chilling with friends, or spending a vacation with family, this sunset cruise fits in all occasions and plans with its offerings in the form of magical sunset scenes, sophisticated ambience, and appetising food.

Observe the glittering skyline of Singapore as you sail away from the city and click pictures to give a permanent shape to these special moments.

Highlights: Onboard entertainment, food, and drinks.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 10 pm

How to Book:
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Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

Madame Tussauds is just the perfect option to get up and personal with your adored celebrity. Opened in the year of 2014, this wax museum is one of the best Singapore attractions that continues a vibrant history of two centuries of brilliant and flawless wax-arts which has been open to all.

Amongst the famous wax statues are- Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Madonna, Queen Elizabeth II, Geok Choo and many more.

Highlights: Madame Tussauds Wax Museum  has “Spirit of Singapore” boat ride, hop on stage with music legends, get in on action with new Marvel 4D Experience,

40 Imbiah Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Opening Hours: 
Monday-Friday: 10 am - 6 pm

                            Saturday-Sunday: 10am - 7:30pm

How to Book:
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Wings of time

Indulge your senses into a world-class entertainment by becoming a spectator of Wings of Time – the most celebrated show in Singapore. The world's first permanent night show, Wings of Time delivers an extraordinary narration of a folktale through state of the art technology that uses laser lights, fountains, music, and 3D projection mapping.

Focusing on friendship and courage, the show, projected on a water screen is so intriguing throughout that people of all age groups are promised to be fascinated. So if you have some time on your hands and want to spend it on some valuable experience with your family, visit the show venue and make your evening memorable.

Highlights: The synchronization of lights, sounds, and 3D effects.

Location: 50 Beach View, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 7:40 pm and 9:05 pm

How to Book: Wings of time at Flat 30%Off

Dolphin Island Interaction Program

Giving tourists once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and interact with one of the most charming animals in the world - Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins – Dolphin Island is one of the most intriguing places to visit in Singapore. You can observe the dolphins from a short distance, get inside the pool with them, or pose alongside them to tease your social media followers later on.

Whether you want to cuddle with them or want to kiss them, these friendly dolphins are trained to be comfortable in human company. Besides, educational sessions with trainers are excellent for getting some useful insights into dietary habits and behavior of dolphins.

Highlights: Dolphin Trek where you can go underwater with dolphins

Location: Dolphin Island, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Timings: 10 am to 6 pm

How to Book:
Dolphin Island Ticket at  Flat 22%

China Town

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A visit to Singapore is mere incomplete if you haven’t been to Chinatown. One of the finest and must-visit places to visit in Singapore, Chinatown was initially an area of residence for several Chinese immigrants who arrived in the British Colony in those days. Chinatown is rife with Asian and Chinese cultures, coupled with sumptuous culinary delights, art and tourist destinations. 

The first and foremost temple of Singapore named- Thian Hock Keng Temple is situated here, styled in a traditional southern Chinese temple. The Maxwell Road Hawker Center brims with delectable food culture. At this Singapore, tourist place grab a cost-friendly meal of laksa noodles or even kaya toast from here.

 Chinatown is known for its restaurants, its food shops, for clothes and tchotchkes shopping, a few Buddhist temples,

158 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore

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Offbeat Places to Visit in Singapore


Infinity Pool at Marina Bay Sands

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How about floating in the largest rooftop Infinity Pool in the world, while enjoying the glitzy city-skyline from above 57 levels? There is no spectacular photo-session spot anywhere else in Singapore than here.

Post swimming, you can lie down to sunbathe on a plush poolside lounger or de-stress under the palm trees. Take a sip from your Champagne as you soak yourself in the charm of beautiful sunset sighting.

Bayfront Road 10, Singapore 

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Monday - Sunday: 6 am – 9 pm

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Singapore Cable Car

If you want to enjoy an overview of Singapore, the best option is to hop into one of the Singapore cable cars and get ready for a thoroughly engrossing journey with mesmerizing views to please your senses. In addition to being a transportation system, Singapore cable car is also an extremely popular tourist attraction for the spectacular 360-degree views of the city one is promised during this ride.

The cable car route connects Mount Faber of Singapore to Sentosa Island, letting you soak up the beauty of the best of both worlds.

Highlights: Bird’s eye view of the most prominent places to see in Singapore.

Location: 1 Harbourfront Ave, tower 2 Keppel Bay Tower, Singapore

Timings: 8:45 am to 9:30 pm

How to Book: Singapore Cable Car Tickets at Flat 25%

Singapore Zoo Jungle Breakfast

For those who want to add unusual experiences to their Singapore venture, visiting Singapore Zoo and relishing a delicious breakfast in the company of wildlife is something worth trying. Visitors from Singapore and other countries visit the zoo in great numbers to participate in this international buffet breakfast.

From cold cuts and pastries to omelets and Asian delicacies, there is a variety of delights for any gastronome.

Highlights: Share your meal with animals such as giraffes, orangutans, adorable cotton-top tamarins and elephants.

Location: Ah Meng Restaurant (Terrace), Singapore Zoo, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 10:30 am

How to Book: 
Singapore Zoo Jungle Breakfast Tickets at Flat 28%

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Lunch with Parrots

Housing a population of talented parrots, Jurong Bird Park offers various kinds of interactive experiences with avifauna species in a natural atmosphere, qualifying for one of the best places to visit in Singapore with family.

From playing with exotic, colorful birds to sharing the frame with them, you can have a lot of fun moments in addition to watching them solve puzzles and paint nails. One of the most rewarding experiences, however, is Lunch with Parrot's buffet where you can indulge your taste buds in Asian food delight.

Highlights: A lavishly laid out buffet lunch with numerous palatable dishes from the local cuisine.

Location: Jurong Bird Park, 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12:30 pm to 2 pm

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Singapore River Cruise

Life is all about experiences, and the experience of river cruising in Singapore is something you can remember for a lifetime. This sightseeing tour lets you lay your eyes on some of the must-see tourist places in Singapore that are valued for their historical and cultural significance.

During this 40 minutes long ride on a Singaporean bumboat, you get to relish the sights of iconic landmarks like reading Bridge, Merlion Park, Esplanade, etc. For honeymooners, this river cruise is a romantic affair, and for explorers, it is a journey to discover the cultural heritage of Singapore.

Highlights: The cruise route passes along a number of tourist attractions

Location: Clarke Quay, Singapore River, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 11 pm

How to Book:
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The Original Duck Tours Sentosa

Widely acclaimed by tourists for offering a unique sightseeing experience, The Original Duck Tours is an amphibious themed attraction in Singapore. During the 30 minutes land tour, the craft takes you closer to some iconic landmarks such as City Hall, Supreme Court, Singapore Flyer, The Padang, etc.

And while cruising on the river, you will get to see places like the Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, The Esplanade, etc. from a new perspective.

Highlights: This unique craft is designed to move on both land and water, giving sightseers a chance to enjoy two different experiences on a single tour.

Location: Suntec City, Singapore

Timings: 10 am to 6 pm

How to Book:
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Skyline Luge

Combining speed and gravity fun, Skyline Luge in Sentosa is one of the best places to visit in Singapore if you are up for challenging your guts. The activity involves a gravity-fuelled ride in which the participants zip down the winding tracks built on the slope of a hill.

While the gravity gives a boost to your speed all through the descent, you are in full control of your car. Four different tracks with different types of curves, slopes, and surroundings are available to choose from.

Highlights: A fun-filled ride ideal for kids as well as adults

Location: Skyline Luge Sentosa, Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 9:30 pm

How to Book:
Skyline Luge Sentosa And Skyride Ticket at Flat 30%

Tree-top Walk at MacRitchie Reservoir

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MacRitchie offers refreshing hiking for all the nature lovers out there. The place is perfect for taking a walk and observing nature closely. The main purpose behind the establishment of McRitchie was to store rainwater. It is a part of Singapore’s water catchment system to store rainwater in the reservoir.

However, besides serving a purpose, MacRitchie Reservoir now has become one of the best tourist places to visit in Singapore. It is not only a place for nature lovers, but also for the ones who enjoy water sports. The other thing famous about the place is tree-top walks. The tree-top walk is nothing but a tall bridge to allow you to walk through the forest reserve.

There could be no better and peaceful way to hike than to walk with your heads higher than the trees planted in the forest reserve. An ideal location, to enjoy the beauty of Nature at its best. It’s an 11km walk to the tree point and there’s food available at the entrance. This place is always on the list of Honeymooners in Singapore and a must visit when you are here with your family or friends.

Highlights: Tree-top walks, cross-country runs, and water sports activities are the major features of McRitchie reservoir.

Timings: Tuesday - Friday : 9am - 5pm

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Adventure Places to Visit in Singapore


Adventure Cove Waterpark

Featuring world-class attractions and state of the art facilities, Adventure Cove Waterpark is one of the finest spots in Singapore where you can be assured to spend some unforgettable hours with your family. Whether you are interested in hardcore adventure or you want to participate in some lighthearted fun activities, this waterpark has something for everyone.

Glide down the long slides and tunnels, dive underwater and swim with 20,000 colourful fish, drift aimlessly in the lazy river – there is a wide array of activities for adults as well as kids. Besides, the park also present shopping and dining options to enhance the fun.

Highlights: Lazy River and snorkelling experience over a vibrant reef

Location: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

How to Book:
Adventure Cove Waterpark Tickets at Flat 22% 

IFly Singapore

If you thought skydiving was only an outdoor experience, a visit to iFly Singapore will change your conception in just a short while. This is one of those tourist attractions in Singapore that let you experience your adrenaline surging without any real risks associated with the adventure.

Imagine jumping off an aeroplane flying at a height of 13,000 feet – that is the kind of feeling this activity lets you confront. Followed by a training and instruction session by trained professionals and suiting up for the session, you get to indulge in an indoor skydiving activity in a wind tunnel which is designed to replicate a real skydiving experience.

Highlights: Learning about various skydiving techniques

Location:  iFly Singapore, 43 Siloso Beach Walk #01-01 Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 9:30 pm

How to Book: Ifly Singapore Tickets at  Flat 25%

Indoor Surfing Wave House Sentosa

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Wave House Sentosa is situated in the sandy beachfront of Sentosa and is the first installation in a global wave archipelago that extends from South Africa’s Durban, California’s San Diego, Chile’s Santiago and Spain’s Mallorca. 

Wave House’s center of attraction is the Flower Barrel, which is a curling, fully-flowing and barreling sheet wave that approximates a 10-foot roaring wave when its cranked to 11 settings. You can observe flocks of surfers, skaters, snowboarders and even skateboarders in Sentosa Wave House for the lookout for perfection on the waves. 
The place is also an oasis of good drinks and food

36 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore

Monday-Friday: 11:30 am–9:30 pm (Last session begins at 8:00 pm)
                Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am–9:30pm

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The most sought after experience on Sentosa Island, Megazip makes Mega Adventure Park one of the best places to visit in Singapore for adventure junkies. It is an exciting activity in which one gets to fly over the beach and the jungle of Sentosa Island at a speed of 60 kmph.

The zip line is suspended at a height of 75 metres and is 450 meters in length. So when you glide across the line at a lighting fast speed, you can expect it to become a highlight of your trip because the thrill is real.

Highlights: Splendid vistas of the lush jungle canopy of Imbiah Hill and calming white sands of the beach

Location: 10A Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm

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AJ Hackett Sentosa Bungy Jump in Singapore

Another spot in Singapore popular for offering a wide spectrum of varied adrenaline-charged experiences, AJ Hackett Sentosa is the only bungy jumping site in the entirety of the country. Confront your fears and conquer them by taking a memorable leap.

The emotions associated with the 2.5 seconds free-fall from a height of 47 meters here will be etched in your memory forever. AJ Hackett Sentosa also has a package which lets you keep your pictures and videos from the experience to keep them as a memento of your bravery.

Highlights: The activity also gives you a chance to enjoy an overview of Siloso Beach

Location: 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore

Timings: 11 am to 10 pm

How to Book:
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Singapore Airzone

Feel like an astronaut, play like a child – Airzone Singapore is the first suspended playground in the world. If you ever wonder how it feels to be suspended in the air or be in a zero-gravity atmosphere this unique place lets you experience that. There are three different levels of this playground featuring different kinds of activities that are suitable for the entire family.

There are giant slides, maze-like obstacle courses, and ball pits that let you make the most of your time here. So if you are planning a vacation with your family, Airzone Singapore is one of the best tourist places in Singapore.

Highlights: Fun activities in playgrounds made in suspended nets

Location: 108 Kitchener Road, City Square Mall, Singapore 208539

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11 am to 10 pm

How to Book: Airzone Singapore Tickets at Flat 22% Off

Driving on the F1 Track

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Realise your long due dream of driving on an F1 Track on your Singapore trip by visiting the race circuit on Marina Bay Sands. Get inside one of the supercars, hold the wheel, and zip through the streets of Singapore just like any F1 racer would.

Guaranteeing a sudden spike in your adrenaline levels along with a certain type of high, this experience is designed for those who live for speed and its thrill. Depending upon how much time and speed you would need to satisfy the adventure junkie in you, you have three different routes to choose from.

Highlights: Up to 1 hour of supercar driving under Ultimate Driving package

Location: Marina Bay Sands (10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956)

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 11 pm

Price: INR –  14,500
           SGD – 285
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Merlion Park

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We all know what this is. In every advertisement of Singapore, we have noticed the majestic half lion- half mermaid icon roaring fountain from its mouth. Singapore is incomplete without this masterpiece. The Mythical Merlion has a tale to tell the tourists. The body represents Singapore’s ancient business, fishing and the head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, meaning “the Lion City”.

The Water Front Park is located in the central of the city overlooking Marina Bay. The statue stands tall at a height of 8.6 m and is 70 tons in weight.
You and your partner will get the number of picture moments that will make your honeymoon memorable.

This Singapore tourist place is also located in the park. Singapore has 7 Merlion Statues, the original sculpture built in 1964 and the cub is found in the Park. You can also view the Light and Laser show – Wonderfull or take a River Cruise.

Location: Singapore  

Price: INR 549
           SGD 10

Timing: Open 24 hours

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1-Altitude Sightseeing Experience

Rise up to an elevation of 293 metres at 1 Altitude, leaving below all the chaos and bustle of the fast-paced urban world. A rooftop bar, cafe and gallery, 1 Altitude is counted among the most prominent nightlife venues in Singapore and is also the highest alfresco bar in the world.

The factor that makes 1 Altitude a must-visit destination for tourists is the 360-degree panoramic view of the city one can savour from up here. The bird's eye view of 19 historical landmarks of Singapore from this place is a sight to behold. Whether you want to relish some fine drinks or you are in the mood for a photography session, this place is perfect for you either way.

Highlights: The bar is set on the 63rd floor of One Raffles Place

Location: One Raffles Place, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 6 pm to 2 am

How to Book:
1 Altitude Gallery & Bar Tickets at Flat 29% Off

Marina Bay Sands Casino

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If you believe in luck and also believe that yours is on your side, dedicate an evening in Singapore to unlimited gambling fun at Marina Bay Sands Casino featuring over 15,000 sqm of gaming space. Spread on 4 different levels, this is one of the most renowned gambling spaces in the world due to its grand structure, and is definitely one of the best places to see in Singapore.

The refined interiors and regal ambiance of the casino make the place appear extremely extravagant. To create an extraordinary gambling experience for the visitors, this casino has more than 500 tables and nearly 1600 slot machines. Besides, the casino also boasts more than 30 private rooms.

Highlights: The casino houses one of the largest chandeliers in the world

Location: Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore

Monday to Sunday: Open 24 Hours

Price: INR – 7600
           SGD –  150

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National Orchid Garden

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The National Orchid Garden is part of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It sits on the highest hill of the Botanic Garden. The Orchid Garden is spread in 3 hectares of land amidst picturesque landscape. The Garden has been precisely planned and planted and hence it shelters around 1000 species with more than 2000 hybrids.

The interesting fact of the garden is how distinctively it displays the floras through four season zones namely spring, summer, autumn and winter. The spring displays colors such as Gold, Yellow and cream; the summer has flowers of the hues red and pink; abstract shades can be observed in autumn and winter depicts white and violet hues.

Largest and coolest spread of carefully grown hybrids; Shelters the first ever Orchid plant in Singapore – Vanda Miss Joaquim.

Timing :
Monday - Sunday
8:30am–7pm (last ticket sales and entry at 6.00pm)

1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Garden

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

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Founded in the 1800s, this 150 year old cultural heritage is one of the blooming tourist attractions in Singapore. The first Garden was set up in 1822 and since then the place has transformed and has nurtured an array of horticulture methodology and botanical attractions. 

Today, Singapore Botanic Garden is listed in the World’s Heritage Sites. The Garden Management organises many interesting stuff for the tourists. 

Highlights: Voliah! French Festivals with Gourmet Picnic; Orchid Garden Tour; 1 hour Heritage walk through the Garden; Guided walks every Saturday, Exhibition on the three cores of the Garden namely, the Tanglin (focuses on the culture and heritage of the garden), Central (tours) and Bukit Timah (focuses on science and other educational orientation of the Garden).

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore

Price: Free (except for National Orchid Garden)

Timing: Monday - Sunday :  5am–12am

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Mount Faber Park

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Mount Faber is the second highest hill in Singapore and is linked to Sentosa with fun-filled cable-car ride, and is one of the greatest Singapore attractions. Mount Faber is the perfect place to enjoy both the entertainment and dining at the peak-top. 

With your partner for a honeymoon? You can even choose to dine at the comfort of one of the cable-cars while on your way to Mount Faber, while you glance down at the island city from meters above. You can spend a romantic and a lovely evening here with your family or your friends

Location: 109 Faber road, Faber Peak, Singapore 099203, Singapore

Timing: Monday - Thrusday : 8:45 am - 9:30 pm

              Friday - Saturday : 8:45 am - 2 am

              Sunday: 8:45 am - 9:30 pm

Price: INR 1648 / $23.70

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

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There is a long list of places to see in Singapore in China town district and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is a major tourist gatherer in there. The temple was built in the year 2007 and is a classic example of Buddhist – China architecture. It is said that the Sacred Remnants of Buddha's tooth is stored in this temple.

The architecture represents the Tang Dynasty of ancient Buddhist. The Temple complex has four storeys. But the real attraction is housed in the 4th floor of the Sacred Light hall. The Giant Stupa in which the Buddha Tooth Relic is perched weighs 3.5 tons and is made with 320 kgs of pure gold. It is one of the highly visited 
Singapore tourist attractions.

Various artefacts of Buddha’s in the Museum such as his Tongue and Bone Remnants; Film Screenings, Cultural Performances, Buddha Prayer Wheel and Pagoda, and Eminent Sangha

288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore

Timing: Monday - Sunday : 7 am to 7 pm  

Price: Free

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Clarke Quay

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The best place for guaranteed happy moments, Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay featuring a cluster of bars and eateries. So if you are up for a culinary adventure, you do not need to look any further. As the sun starts to set, an influx of city dwellers and foreigners can be witnessed which makes the place feel all the livelier.

Besides, you can also take a boat ride from this point and enjoy some of the best sights in Singapore. Clarke Quay and its reflection on the river water look ravishing at night when the lights illuminate the colorful buildings, making it one of the best places to see in Singapore.

Highlights: Nightlife venue with chic cafes and bars on the riverside.

Location: Clarke Quay, Riverside, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 10 pm

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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Singapore

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Get an opportunity to experience nature in its raw form at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Located at a distance of 12 kilometres from Singapore city, spread across a small area of 1.64 sq km, this green zone is a must-visit place for any nature lover.

The park is also extremely popular among adventure enthusiasts for its kid's biking and hiking trails where they get to experience thrill at its best. So if you are looking for an offbeat space away from the bustling tourist places in Singapore, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is an ideal destination for you and your family.

Highlights: The park houses an impressive array of exotic flora and fauna species

Location: Hindhede Drive, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sundday: 7 am to 6 pm

Price: Free Entry

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Tiger Brewery

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Tiger Brewery is one of the hottest Singapore attractions, for it teaches you the full course of beer making, that too in an exciting interactive tour which includes ample beer tastings. You would be given to taste hops and several other ingredients prior to visiting the packaging area in the brewery to look and learn the process of bottling. 

You can then move on to the Tiger Tavern for a wonderful and thrilling beer tasting session with as many as seven varieties of beer. At Tiger Brewery, you can learn the insights of beer making; from milling to mashing and from fermentation to filtration.

Location: 459 JIn Ahmad Ibrahim Singapore 639934

Price:  Adult - Weekday - INR 917 / SGD 18

                        Weekend- INR 1018 / SGD 20

           Child - INR 610 / SGD 12

 Timing: Tuesday To Sunday : 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm; 4:00pm, 5:00pm

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Palawan Beach

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You’ve have not been to Singapore if you missed out a visit to the Palawan beach. So dab some sunscreen, grab your towels and goggles and head on to one of the idyllic beaches of Singapore. This family-friendly beach is linked with Continental Asia’s southernmost tip with the help of a suspension bridge above the blue waters.

When at the beach, you can stare blankly at the gentle waves hitting the shores or rest and relax beneath the palm canopies. Watch oil-tankers and container ships pass along the horizon, or simply recline and capture the best memories with your cameras.

Location: Palawan Beach, Singapore

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Pulau Ubin

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An island of eastern Singapore, and often termed as the last village of Singapore, Pulau Ubin helps you travel back to the 1960s. Ubin is one of the most amazing places to see in Singapore where you can experience day trips or to pedal through the rustic roads under the swaying palms and coconut trees. 

You can opt to explore the shaded trails in the overgrown plantations of rubber or relax at the secluded and unperturbed beaches and blooming mangroves. At Ubin, you also get to treat your taste buds with sumptuous food.

 From cycling, bird-watching and camping to exploring the wetlands of Chek Jawa, these are the five best things to do on the Singapore island, Pulau Ubin.

The thrilling adventure starts on a bumboat that leaves from the Changi Village. You can hire a bumboat from Changi Jetty, which shares close proximity with Changi Village Hawker Center.

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Tanjong Beach

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From swimming and sunbathing to partying and dining, the sandy stretch of Tanjong Beach offers the best of everything, promising a day you would not easily forget. One of the most admired beaches on Sentosa Island, Tanjong Beach is a treasure trove of experiences, located on the southern tip of the island.

Featuring great infrastructure and world-class amenities, the beach club here is known for its unrivalled nightlife scene and upscale food options.There are different sections available for drinking, dining, and partying.

Party freaks can visit Tanjong Beach Club during weekends to experience the perfectly cheery aura created by the energetic crowds and live DJs supplemented with a variety of drinks.

Highlights: One of the best tourist places in Singapore to enjoy the nightlife

Location: 20 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 10 pm
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Asian Civilisations Museum

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If you are interested in learning about the history of Singapore and Asia, add Asian civilizations Museum to your itinerary right away. Established with an objective to exhibit the rich history of the region and their connections through a vast collection of objects and artifacts, Asian Civilization Museum is one of the major museums in Singapore.

A total of 11 galleries spread on three different floors exhibit 5, 000 years old relics, Hindu and Buddhist sculptures, coins, and much more that will help you get insights into the history of the different cultures of Asia.

Highlights: Singapore River Gallery displaying items excavated from the river.

Location: 1 Empress Plaza, Singapore

Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm

Price: INR – 250
           SGD –  5

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The Helix Bridge

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Singapore is a city that turns magical at night. The Helix Bridge is one such beautiful places to visit in Singapore. The footbridge, originally known as Double Helix Bridge connects the Marina Centre and South Marina Bay over the Singapore River. It is the world’s first curved bridge and was opened to the public in 2010.

Today, the Helix Bridge is a prominent landmark of the country. The Bridge’s look represents the human DNA structure depicting ‘rebirth and growth’ and is architected with intricate mesh and tubular designs. The length of the bridge is 280 meters long and is built using stainless steel weighing 650 tonnes.

Highlights: It is illuminated with hundreds of LED lights at night and is spectacular to gaze at. A perfect spot to walk as its several viewing platforms shows a panoramic.

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Bugis Street

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One of the cheapest, biggest and the hottest place to let your shopaholic spirit run wild, Bugis Street is about fifty years old and is presently a popular place to see in Singapore for its famed shopping district.  This center of exciting nightlife is blooming with multiple shopping hubs, fine dining spots, tiny yet pre-possessing cafes. 

The street is adorned both by the tourists and locals and is considered one of the cost-friendly places to grab some cool souvenirs, clothes, accessories, cosmetics, electronics, and housewares. The street is also filled with lip-smacking food stalls, which gives you the true taste of Singapore.

Highlights:  Shopping paradise for fashionistas

Location:  3 New Bugis Street, Singapore

Timings: Monday - Sunday:  11am - 11pm

Also Read: 15 Best Markets in Singapore

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Lazarus Island

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An uninhabited paradise in Singapore, Lazarus Island is one of the priceless hidden gems worth visiting. It does not matter whether you are in Singapore on your honeymoon destination or you are planning a family vacation, you must add this pristine island surrounded by crystal blue sea to the itinerary. In addition to clusters of tropical trees, the island also features a natural beach with white sands.

Visit with your family for a picnic, stretch out on the soft sand, dive into the sea, and take lazy strolls on the beach – time spent here will rejuvenate you from the inside out. Since it is generally not crowded at all, you can also try your hand at beach photography which will definitely become a memory to cherish.

Highlights: Secluded beach ideal for swimming and sunbathing

Location: Southern Islands, Singapore

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Kusu Island

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One amongst many beguiling Southern Islands of Singapore, Kusu means Turtle or Tortoise in Chinese. The island is also termed as the Pulao Tembakul or Peak Island in Malay. The island was enlarged and was turned into an island resort sprawling out 85,000sq meters. 

You can go and pay your offerings and homage to the famous Chinese temple situated over here- Tua Pek Kong or Da Bo Gong which houses two major deities- The Guan Yin or the Goddess of Mercy and the Da Bo Gong. You can go and enjoy swimming in the inland waters or set up a picnic with your family and friends at the island as well.

Location: Kusu Island, Singapore

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Siloso Beach

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Counted among the best tourist places in Singapore for vacationers, Siloso Beach is perfect for a break from sightseeing excursions. The white sandy beach bordering the blue sea looks stunning and is ideal for swimming and relaxation, set at close proximity to a few major attractions.

Even though it is an artificial beach, it lacks no element of natural tropical scenery. Whether you want to swim in the seawater or you want to indulge in kayaking or surfing, there is a diverse range of beach activities available here. Furthermore, with numerous food options featuring local and international items, Siloso Beach is also a paradise for foodies.

So if you are planning to have a beach day outing with your friends in Singapore, there is no better option than Siloso Beach.

Highlights: Great spot with exquisite scenery for chilling a day away

Location: 21 km from Singapore City

Timings:  Monday to Sunday: 11 am to 11 pm

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Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore

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If you are on a tour to explore the cultural heritage of Singapore, do not miss out on Sri Mariamman Temple which is one of the finest places to see in Singapore. Claimed to be the oldest temple in the country, it was built in the 1860s by immigrants from South India. Counted among the national monument, this Hindu temple is a treat for history as well as architecture buffs.

The detailed artwork on the temple's colorful facade, six tiers, and its status is a fine illustration astounding craftsmanship. A statue of Mariamman along with two statues of Rama and Murugan adorn the prayer hall of the temple. Since the temple is located in Chinatown, you can add a visit to this temple with other attractions nearby.

Highlights: Dravidian Style temple architecture with intricate artwork

Location: 244 South Bridge Road, Chinatown, Singapore

Monday to Sunday: 7 am to 9 pm

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  1. What are the romantic places to visit in Singapore?

    1. Bukit Batok Town Park: Flaunting a spectacular landscape with a tranquil lake and scenic forests, Bukit Batok Town Park is one of the most sought-after Singapore tourist places for couples.

    2. Gardens By The Bay: Packed with spellbinding state-of-the-art gardens with exotic and indegenous plants, Gardens By the Bay is one of Singapore's famous places. This garden features artificial mountain biomes and beautiful water-conserving Supertrees.

    3. Yueh Hai Ching Temple: Nicknamed as the ‘Temple of Love’, Yueh Hai Ching Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Featuring ceramic figurines and gold plated ornamentation, this temple is one of the top Singapore attractions among newlyweds, who want to seek blessings for their relationship.

    4. St John’s Island: Offering serene settings and pristine blue lagoons, St John’s Island is one of the most romantic Singapore attractions. While you are here with your sweetheart, you can spend time strolling hand-in-hand through the lush gardens & spotting dolphins.
  2. Which are some places to visit in Singapore at night?

    1. Chinatown Street Market: Chinatown Street Market is one of the best night places to go in Singapore for foodies & shoppaholics. Here you can shop for amazing souvenirs and relish delicious Asian and Chinese food.

    2. Marina Bay Sands Casino: 
    Flaunting a relaxed ambiance, Marina Bay Sands Casino is home to a 15,000 square meters gaming area that is spread across 4 levels. This casino has 30 private gaming rooms, 600 table games, and over 1500 slots.

    3. Tanjong Beach Club: 
    Tanjong Beach Club is one of the most-visited Singapore tourist places among party animals. The moon-lit beach, exotic drinks, delicious food, and live DJs are the prime attractions of this amazing nightclub.

    4. Altitude Bar: 
    Nestled on the 63rd floor of One Raffles Place, Altitude Bar offers sweeping views to soak in. Known as the world’s highest open air bar, Altitude Bar hosts excellent local and international DJs.
  3. Which are the best historical places in Singapore?

    1. National Museum of Singapore: The National Museum of Singapore displays artifacts, video montages, live galleries, interactive exhibitions, movie screenings, and art performances. It is one of the best places to go in Singapore to learn about the culture, architecture, fashion, and historic battles of the country.

    2. Fort Siloso: 
    Established back in the 19th century, Fort Siloso is one the three forts built for the defense of Singapore against sea invasions. The only preserved defense fort, Fort Siloso is now home to military structures and tunnels and World War II era arms.

    3. Sultan Mosque: 
    The magnificent Sultan Mosque was constructed by the first sultan of Singapore, Sultan Hussain Shah back in 1824. Considered to be the country’s biggest mosque, the shrine was reconstructed to its present condition in the later period.

    4. The Battle Box: 
    The Battle Box originally served as a bomb-proof bunker during the second world war. The Battle Box is now an intriguing museum with its 26 underground rooms showcasing the different stages of the war.
  4. Which are the best places to go in Chinatown, Singapore?

    1. Masjid Jamae: Lying on South Bridge Road and constructed back in 1826, Masjid Jamae is a beautiful light-green coloured Islamic shrine with two towering minarets. This mosque is open for muslims as well as non-muslims and offers tours around the two prayer halls.

    2. Thian Hock Keng Temple: 
    Constructed by the Hokkiens from the Fuzhou province in 1840, the majestic Thian Hock Keng Temple is one of the country’s oldest Chinese temples. Flaunting intricate carvings on the roof and the walls, the temple is an epitome of the impressive southern Chinese architecture.

    3. The Pinnacle@Duxton Skybridge: 
    The Pinnacle@Duxton Skybridge is considered to be the tallest public housing estate in Singapore. This skybridge serves as an excellent observation deck and offers breathtaking panoramic views on a clear day.

    4. Keong Saik Road: 
    Although it was a red light district formerly, Keong Saik Road is a bustling hangout destination at present. This road is packed with narrow shophouses, swanky boutique hotels, co-working spaces, and award-winning food outlets.
  5. Is 3 days enough for Singapore?

    Yes, 3 days is enough for visiting Singapore. On day 1, you can explore Fort Canning Park & Colonial District, National Museum of Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, Merlion statue, Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay, and Clarke Quay. On day 2, you can cover Orchard Street, Emerald Hill Road, and Little India district. Day 3 can be spent exploring Sentosa Island and Chinatown.
  6. Is 2 days enough in Singapore?

    Yes, you can cover Singapore's famous places within 2 days. On the first day, you can visit Gardens By The Bay, Cloud Forest And Flower Dome, and Hawker Markets. On the second day you can explore the ArtScience Museum and Haji Lane & Arab Street.
  7. What is Singapore famous for?

    Singapore is famous for its super clean streets, abundant greenery, and luxury shopping malls. The country is also known for its cheap street food, the iconic Singapore Sling cocktail, and the spectacular Marina Bay Skyline.
  8. What is the best time of year to go to Singapore?

    Singapore sees similar hot and humid weather conditions almost throughout the year. To make your visit interesting, coinciding it with the amazing food, cultural, and shopping festivals here is a good idea:

    The best time to visit Singapore is between November-January and June-July. The weather, during this time, alternates between sunny and cloudy. However, this is the best time to experience the vibrancy and culture of the place. The atmosphere is amazing due to festivals like Christmas, New Year, and the Chinese New Year. This is when you can enjoy lion dances, parades, and food festivals. Due to a considerable Hindu population, the festival of colours (Holi) is celebrated with a lot of fervour on the streets.

    The highlight of this season is the world-famous Great Singapore Sale and Singapore Food Festival.
  9. Which are some best hiking places in Singapore?

    1. South Ridge Hike  - Located at  Henderson Road, Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Singapore
    2. Tree-Top Walk At MacRitchie Reservoir  - Located at 601 Island Club Rd, Singapore 
    3. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve  - Located at Hindhede Dr, Singapore 
    4. Bukit Batok Hill  - Located at Bukit Batok East Ave 2, Bukit Batok East Ave 6, Lorong Sesuai, Singapore
    5. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve  - Located at 301 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore
    6.  Mount Serapong  - Located at Mount Serapong, Sentosa, Singapore
    7. Dairy Farm Nature Park  - Located at 100 Dairy Farm Rd, Singapore
    8. Pulau Ubin’s Puaka Hill - Located at  Jln. Endut Senin, Singapore
  10. What are the most beautiful places in Singapore?

    Besides the usual tourist attractions, here’s a list of some offbeat yet beautiful places in Singapore:

    MacRitchie Reservoir Park: The largest nature reserve in Singapore, this is a stunningly lush oasis-like place. Enjoy exciting experiences like kayaking, taking a submerged pathway trail, and the 80 ft. high treeTop Walk here.

    Bukit Timah: This hill is the highest natural point, located amidst the rainforest area, in Singapore. Away from the crowds and the concrete, this is a gorgeous place to soak in nature’s beauty. Don’t miss seeing vibrant exotic flowers & plants at the National Orchid Garden here.

    Clarke Quay: One of the most beautiful places and amongst the top Singapore tourist places that comes alive with a million dazzling lights, Clarke Quay is famous for its waterfront restaurants, night cruises, and century-old Chinese temples like the Hong San See Temple.
  11. What can you do in Singapore in 4 days?

    Some of the best experiences and sights that can be covered in a 4-day itinerary are:

    Day 1: 

    - Merlion Park: Start your tour by visiting this park dedicated to the mythical creature that’s said to symbolise Singapore’s roots, heritage, and culture. 

    - Gardens by the Bay: See the magnificent 160-ft high Supertrees, Cloud Forest, Flower Dome, and the world’s highest indoor waterfall and largest greenhouse here.

    - Marina Bay Sands: Experience the super luxurious hospitality of the hotel, visit the SkyPark Observation Deck on the 54th floor, see the world’s largest Fountain of Wealth, and dine at Michelin Star restaurants.

    Day 2:

    - Chinatown and Little India: Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, quaint bookstores & handicraft shops, and the huge wet produce market as you enjoy delicious local delicacies. This is amongst the top Singapore tourist places, which is a must-visit.

    - National Orchid Garden: See hundreds of species of plants, flowers, and birds at this lush garden space.

    - Clarke Quay: Visit the century-old Chinese temple, waterside restaurants, Fort Canning Park, and take a night river cruise.

    Day 3:

    - Singapore Flyer: This 540 ft tall observation wheel is a must-visit for a ride of your lifetime and to see the iconic attractions & the gleaming Singapore skyline.

    - Wings of Time: Amongst the best Singapore attractions, this amazing 3-D laser-based theatrical presentation is the only show in the world to be performed on sea waters.

    - Night Safari: Round off the day with a night safari to see exotic animals like Palm Civet, Malayan tapir, Leopards, etc.

    Day 4:

    - Southern Ridges: Take a 10-kilometre hike to see beautiful historical architecture and green spaces like Labrador Nature Park, Kent Ridge Park, and Mount Faber Park.

    - Science Centre: Enjoy stargazing and spotting planets at the centre’s observatory.  

    - Bugis Street Market: One of the most vibrant shopping areas, this place is great to enjoy local snacks and shop for souvenirs, clothes, bags, and jewellery. 

  12. What is famous in Singapore to buy?

    Here is a list of some of the best things that you can buy in Singapore. They may not be the most expensive, but are certainly interesting souvenirs: 

    Kaya: Kaya is a coconut jam that’s local to Singapore and not commonly available anywhere else. This breakfast staple can be used in desserts also to add that authentic taste of Singapore and remind you of your time spent there.

    Singapore Sling: This is the most loved drink in Singapore, which has now become popular all over the world. First mixed in the 1930s at the Raffles Hotel here, it is a simple yet fantastic mix of orange, pineapple, & lime juice, cherry brandy, and gin. 

    Orchid Jewellery: One of the most unique things in the world, you can pick up a real orchid, which is the national flower of Singapore, plated in 24-carat gold. These orchids are made into necklaces, brooches, and earrings. You can also pick up orchid-studded stationery like cardholders and diaries, etc. 

    Pressed pennies: Perfect for all the coin collectors, this is a must-buy. These are flattened coins that are engraved with Singapore icons like Merlion and orchids. Each coin comes with its special title and is a beautiful collectable.

  13. How many days are enough for Singapore?

    Singapore is a pretty compact city with most of the attractions located around the Marina Bay Sands area. 3-4 days are ideal for exploring its architecture, heritage, culture, food, and amazing experiences like cruises, night safaris, and of course shopping.
  14. Do I need a visa for Singapore?

    Yes, Indian travellers planning to travel to Singapore need a visa. Since the city’s high commission doesn’t accept walk-in applications, you need to apply for an E-Visa. 

    For this application, make sure you have a passport that’s valid for a minimum of 6 months from your date of departure from Singapore. Ensure all the other supporting documents as mentioned in the visa application form. 

    The application can be made via an authorised agent (the list of these agents can be availed from the website of Singapore High Commission) or through a local sponsor. Ensure that the visa application is filed at least 30 days prior to your date of travel.