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Tourist Places to Visit in Singapore with Family

Universal Studios, Singapore Flyer, Singapore Night Safari, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island, SPECTRA – A Light & Water Show at Marina Bay, iFly Singapore, Enjoy the thrill at Indoor Surfing at Wave House and many more.

There is no dearth of places to Visit in Singapore with Family, especially if you have your little ones travelling with you. Known as a centre of entertainment for tourists of all age groups, Singapore boasts of places which your kids are sure to enjoy, from the Universal Studios and Sentosa Island, to the unique S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore Zoo as well as KidZania and more. 

Exploring the many different sightseeing attractions is just one of the many things to Do in Singapore with Kids. In addition to visiting the different entertainment centres in the city, you can also take your children to the Marina Bay, where you can all witness a stunning light and water show, or explore the Gardens by the Bay as you soak in nature. 

For a more fun-filled and adventurous experience, you can head to the Wave House Sentosa to indulge in indoor surfing, or ride the Singapore Cable Car to soak in views of the city from up top. With so much to offer, take a look below to find out some of the best places you can visit in Singapore, especially with your little ones.
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Places to Visit in Singapore with Family

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Universal Studios

Featuring 28 thrilling rides and 7 themed zones, Universal Studios Singapore is one of the most thrilling places to visit in Singapore with family, especially if you have small kids. The adrenaline-inducing rides like Battlestar Galactica: Human vs Cyclon and Transformers. The ride will take your breath away.

While you are enjoying these spectacular themed rides, your kids will have their own adventures on the Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase. They will also get to meet the adorable Minions and the chubby panda, Po. You can also get mouth-watering delicacies at the food court when you get those hunger pangs.

Location:  8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm

How to Book: Book the Universal Studios Ticket at Flat 28% Off

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Singapore Flyer

Going as high as 165 meters, Singapore Flyer is the largest Ferris wheel in Asia. It is an observational ride which offers picturesque views of Marina Bay, Singapore River and Merlion Park. All the glass chambers are air-conditioned, and the entire journey lasts 30 minutes. The view from the top of the wheel is truly spectacular.

Special packages are available for families, including the Barbie Flight meant for little girls. Fine dining and cocktails options can also be availed with the special in-flight packages. Embark on a captivating ride that will thrill and excite the whole family!

Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 8.30 am to 10.30 pm

How to Book: Book the Singapore Flyer Ticket at Flat 10% Off

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Singapore Night Safari

The nocturnal Night safari experience is one of the most unique things to do in Singapore with family. As soon as dusk approaches, a whole new avenue of entertainment opens up. The open-air zoo features nearly 2500 nocturnal animals from 130 species that you can witness from up close on this ride.

Spread over 35 hectares of dense rainforests, the tram ride comes with live commentary. Easy-going creatures like deer can be seen roaming freely, whereas cheetahs and lions are kept behind barriers. Explore the flora and fauna of Singapore and witness giant foxes flying next to you.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 7.30 pm to 12 am

How to Book: Book the Night Safari ticket at Flat 28% Off
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Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is one of the most fun places to visit in Singapore with family. The 250 acre park feels straight out of a futuristic movie with 18 steel framed plantations called supertrees. Walking through the clusters and groves of these supertrees and discovering hundreds of plant species is a truly exhilarating experience. If you visit after dusk, you can also catch the spectacular light show.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 5 am to 2 am

How to Book: Book the Gardens By The Bay ticket at Flat 16% Off

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Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is a sunny land mass in Singapore where you can enjoy themed attractions, get relaxing spa treatments, walk through lush rainforest and relax on golden sandy beaches. Adventure Cove Waterpark offers refreshing water slides for kids. Get your little ones acquainted with playful monkeys and colourful parrots at Animal Encounters.

Explore the world of insects and butterflies in the rainforest and watch mechanical cranes meeting at the Crane Dance. Whether you are seeking holistic family entertainment, want to explore nature and wildlife, or relax by the beach - Sentosa has something for everyone.

How to Book: Book the 
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SPECTRA – A Light & Water Show at Marina Bay

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The outdoor show displayed over water fountains at the Event Plaza is a spectacular 15 minutes dance between water and light. Witness it unfolding in front of your eyes in the form of a 4 part story and enjoy the symphony of fountain jets, colourful LED lights, spectacular visual projections and spellbinding misty effects.

All this paired with orchestra music can induce goosebumps. Witness the main attraction of the show -- the dazzling 12-metre-high glass prism show which uses lava and mist effects to leave you spellbound as you gasp for more.

Location:
2 Bayfront Ave, Event Plaza, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 8 to 8.15 pm and 9 to 9.15 pm

Charges: Free

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Adventure Activities to Do With Family

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iFly Singapore

Feel like a bird and experience the unique thrill of flying indoors with Singapore iFly. The ride simulates true free fall conditions experienced during a real skydive, and a one-time ticket will entitle you to two skydives in the tunnel.

It replicates the feeling of jumping from a plane and does it in an extremely safe environment. You will feel as if you are falling from 12,000 feet to 3000 feet. Enjoy the excitement of skydiving with none of the risks. This new sport of body flying is suitable even for kids.

Location: #01 Sentosa Island, 43 Siloso Beach Walk, 01, Singapore

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 9.30 pm

How to Book: Book the Ifly Singapore at Flat 25% Off

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Enjoy the thrill at Indoor Surfing at Wave House

Enjoy the safe way of surfing while still experiencing the thrill and excitement of the activity at Wave House Sentosa. The indoor surfing activity is secure enough so the entire family can try it. Fight with the waves coming at you at 20 meters per hour, carve the water and perform thrilling tricks.

If you are a novice, Wave House staff will start you off at an easy level with just two waves at the Double flow Rider. Experts can wrestle up to 30,000 gallons of water coming at them all at once.

Location: Wave House, Sentosa Island

Timings: W
eekdays: 12 pm to 9 pm 
                Weekends: 11 am to 9 pm

How to Book: Book the Wave House Sentosa ticket at Flat 35% Off

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Skyline Luge Sentosa

Sentosa Island is one of the most interesting places to visit in Singapore with family and the skyline luge situated here offers a fun-filled adventure for the entire family. The activity forms one of the most unique attractions in the Sentosa Island  as you experience thrill outdoors. Carry the Skyline Luge to Sentosa Island and prepare yourself for a fun-filled ride as you zip a distance of 2.6 km in the gravity-powered cart.

Drive through gravity on any of the four tracks and feel the adrenaline coursing through your veins. While on the move, witness the majestic beauty of Sentosa Island and Singapore coastline, which will leave you spellbound. The ride is completely safe even for kids as it offers full control over the speed and direction. You can also visit the place at night for a unique dark safari and witness the spectacular fireworks display at the end.

Location:
Imbiah Road

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 9.30 pm

How to Book: Book the Skyline Luge Sentosa ticket at Flat 30% Off

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Kayaking at Mandai Mangrove

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Besides its concrete jungles, Singapore also has plenty of beaches and bays where you can explore the sun and sand. Marina Bay and Sentosa Island offer some of the most stunning locations for kayaking, especially at Mandai Mangrove. Kayaking through Mandai Mangrove will transform introduce you to the exotic locations of Singapore as you travel across the rainforest setup.

Witness the wildlife of the thick mangroves as Horseshoe crabs and sea eagles will be a frequent sight during your trail in this biodiversity area. You can also witness the remnants of the Kampong Fatimah during your kayaking experience.

Location: Northwest Singapore

Timings:
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Charges:
 Starting at $40

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Snorkelling at the Sister Island

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The marine park in Sister Islands is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Singapore with family, being the first marine park in the country. The complex channel of clear-water lagoons here is perfect for snorkelling for the entire family. Experience the rich biodiversity, vibrant coral reefs, and the complex ecosystem featuring seahorses, clams and sponges up close as you are absolutely breath-taking.

Explore over 250 species of corals and 500 species of marine animals as you explore life under the water surface. Witness the teeming and rich biodiversity from up close and swim with cute and cuddly creatures. Please note that you will have to bring your own snorkelling equipment.

Location: Sister Islands, Singapore

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Explore Scuba Diving

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The three islands near Singapore offer great diving sites where you can explore the rich marine life and colourful barrier reefs. Swim next to stunning sea creatures like parrot fish and yellow tail kingfish. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the majestic blacktip sharks at Pulau Tioman.

Pulau Redang, on the other hand, is perfect for swimming among the best brain coral reefs in the world. Kapas islands are full of adorable marine animals like turtles and angelfish.

Location: Pulau Tioman, Pulau Redang, Pulau Kapas

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11 am to 6 pm

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Places to Eat in Singapore with Family

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Bam! Tapas Sake Bar

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One of the most popular things to do in Singapore with family is eating out at the modern Tapas Sake Bar where you can enjoy an unparalleled culinary experience. The bar offers 80 Sake labels in its richly decorated dining room. There is also a private dining space where you can eat with your family while enjoying the view of the open kitchen.

Experience a unique way of eating where dining is a spectator sport and mixed in with a bit of theatre. The restaurant is more than a place to eat, it is an exquisite experience you will never forget.

Location: 38 Tras St, Singapore

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 12 pm to 2 pm, 6 pm to 10.30 pm

Charges:
Starting at $98

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Candlenut

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Experience a fusion of traditional Straits cuisine with Chinese at the first Peranakan restaurant in the world to receive a Michelin star. Authentic Peranakan food can be found here in all its complexities and twists. The place uses fresh ingredients to bring the most delicious and eclectic food on your plate.

Seasonal dishes are also included besides traditional Peranakan food. The laid back atmosphere and chic style of the restaurant only add to its appeal. The chef is also happy to accommodate any dietary restrictions guests may have.

Location:  17A Dempsey Rd, Singapore 

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12 pm to 3 pm, 6 pm to 10 pm

Charges:
Starting at $40

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Shahi Maharani

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Experience fine dining like never before at Shahi Maharani. The opulent restaurant serves north Indian cuisine, but you can also find continental dishes from the a la carte menu. The unparalleled Moghul food served here will leave you licking your fingers, and the rich gastronomic adventure will keep you wanting to come back.

Although the restaurant is a bit pricey, the tantalizing food and elegant setting make up for it. Nobody does Indian cuisine better in Singapore than Shahi Maharani, so book your table today.

Location: 252 North Bridge Rd, #03–21B, Singapore

Timings: 
Monday to Sunday: 12 pm to 2.30 pm and 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm

Charges: $49 is the average price of a dish

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Tai Wah Pork Noodle

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One of the most famous stalls in all of Singapore, Tai Wah is famous for its eclectic selection of mouth-watering pork noodles. Foodies flock from all over the country to taste the famous dish. Made with a unique mix of vinegar, soy sauce and chilli, there are several combinations you can try.

The soft, chewy noodles can be made as spicy and as bland as you like, and you can also choose to add dumplings, minced meat, meatballs and seaweed as per your preference.

Location: 531A Upper Cross St, #02-16, Singapore

Timings:
Tuesday to Sunday : 8 am - 7:30 pm

Charges:
From $6 to $10

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Wee Nam Kee

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With four outlets spread over the city serving finger-licking food, Wee Nam Kee is one of the best places to visit in Singapore with family if you are a group of foodies. The place serves the tastiest dipping sauce you have ever tasted and it makes the chicken rice dish the best you will ever have.

Also try the steamed white chicken served with chilli sauce, yellow ginger and soy sauce. Other dishes served are cereal prawns, sambal kang kong, hotplate tofu and a variety of desserts.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10.30 am to 10 pm

Charges: Average dish costs $10

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Shopping Places in Singapore with Family

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Haji Lane

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The unique experience of walking through the Haji Lane will stay with you for a lifetime. Besides being a hunting ground for knick-knacks, clothes, footwear, accessories, beauty products, souvenirs etc, the place also has stunning wall art which will stop you in your tracks. Hipster shops are quite common here, and most of the items sold are aimed at younger people.

You can also buy comfy and stylish home decor items. Don’t miss the little, quaint cafes where you can get a delicious meal for a few bucks. Masjid Sultan offers is an important mosque in the city and must be visited before leaving Singapore.

Location: Kampong Glam, Singapore

Timings: No timing restrictions

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No entry charge

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Orchard Road

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Experience retail therapy at one of the oldest shopping centres in Singapore. The place is designed as a homage to the Forbidden City and it follows Eastern-style architecture. Buy clothes and shoes from luxury brand stores, witness the whiskey collection at Grande Whiskey Museum, and enjoy an hour exploring the paintings and art forms at ION Art Gallery.

If you are looking for street fashion styles and cheap clothes, head over to Far East Plaza where you can find a wide array of apparel stores and beauty products. For the foodies, Oriole Coffee and Bar Center offers delicious breakfast and Mandarin gallery features the finest Chinese dishes in town.

Location: Singapore

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Marina Bay

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Shopping at Marina Bay is one of the most fun things to do in Singapore with family because of the sheer range of products and brands available here. From The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and Suntec City Mall to Marina Square and Esplanade - there is no dearth of places to find luxury lifestyle items here.

The spacious floors and elegant decor of these malls lend them an opulent and eclectic aura. You will find a great variety of items ranging from clothes and footwear to arts, crafts homeware and furniture here. You can also find children's toys as well as electronic gadgets and cosmetic items at a good discount in Marina Bay.

Location: Bayfront, Downtown Core, Singapore

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IMM

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Experience the best of shopping in Singapore’s IMM Mall. The one of the largest outlet malls in the Singapore city, here you can find high-end fashion clothes as well as local brands. Spread over nearly 38,000 square metres, the mall features 90 outlet stores, 220 retail shops and many food and beverage stores. You can find brands ranging from Calvin Klein Jeans, Hush Puppies, Timberland to Nike, Adidas and Puma.

Moreover, there is a discount going on at some shop or the other all year round. You can buy anything from menswear, shoes and bags, toiletries, furniture to clothes here. And if you get hunger pangs while shopping, there are family friendly food outlets like Burger King, McDonald's and local food stores too.

Location: 
2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore

Timings:
 Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 10 pm
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Holland Village

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Early establishments created by the Dutch community of the city have emerged into what is now known as Holland Village, one of the most vibrant places to visit in Singapore with family. The colonial estates lend it an old world charm. International fashion items and trinkets alike can be found at the trendy bazaars here.

Flagship stores are available in abundance at the local mall and you can also find eclectic items from brands like Naiise and Supermama. From mom and dad to kids, clothes and shoes for everyone can be found here no matter what your taste is. The place also has a huge collection of sneakers, if that strikes your fancy.

Location: Singapore

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Mustafa Centre

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Located close to Little India, Mustafa Centre is popular among local as well as international shoppers. The place is perfect for a little bargain shopping and scoring cool items at slashed prices. The bustling crowd and noisy streets add to the vibrant life here, and you will be surprised to see the sheer range of items you will find at this tiny street.

From electronics and apparels to groceries and even furniture is available in such cheap prices, you will find it hard to resist. Get the most bang for bucks at this colourful place.

Location: 145 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: Open 24 Hrs

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Little India

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One of the most fun places to visit in Singapore with family is Little India, famous for its traditional restaurants and clothing stores. The street features a deluge of malls and jewellery stores where you can buy Indian wear of all kinds. Tailor shops are also available where you can get your loot altered.

Visit restaurants like Meatsmith little Indian and The Banana Leaf to get a taste of authentic Indian food, and get the blessings of Hindu deities at Veeramakaliamman Temple. Special filter coffee is served on stalls and you can find a whole section dedicated to trinkets and souvenirs.

Location: Singapore

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  1. Which are the best places to visit in Singapore for Kids?

    1. S.E.A Aquarium: Visiting the spectacular S.E.A. Aquarium is one of the best Things to Do in Singapore with Kids. It is here where children can explore the unique marine world without actually having to dive into the sea. The aquarium is home to over 1,000 different marine species and has been divided into 50 habitats for all kinds of creatures, including fishes, jellyfish, seahorse and more.

    2. Singapore Zoo: For a more fun-filled day with your kids, head over to the Singapore Zoo and give your child a chance to see and interact with the wide array of different wildlife species here. The zoo is spread over 28 hectares, and is home to 3000 species of mammals, reptiles as well as birds, some of which are quite exotic and rare. You can also avail a river or tram safari during your visit.

    3. Dolphin Island: Amongst the more unique places to Visit in Singapore with Family is the Dolphin Island, where you and your kids can not only watch dolphins, but also interact and play with these gentle marine giants. You can also catch them dive into the sea and come back up, while the children gape at them with wonder.

    4. Wave House Sentosa: Want to do something adventurous with your child? Head over to Wave House Sentosa and indulge in some indoor surfing. Totally safe and full of thrill, this place is one of the very few places in Singapore where your little one can enjoy surfing, wakeboarding and other indoor water sports.
  2. What are the best theme parks in Singapore?

    1. Universal Studios: Universal Studios is one of the best theme parks, and spending a day here is undoubtedly one of the best Things to Do in Singapore with Kids. With seven different themed zones, the park is home to several exciting shows, rides like roller coasters, slides, water rides, as well as attractions that are sure to make your child very happy.

    2. KidZania: One of the most unique and interesting theme parks in Singapore is KidZania, where your child can not only have fun, but also combine that with learning and other experiences. The indoor theme park offers numerous activities, including role playing and confidence building activities, where children can learn the skills of real life.

    3. Adventure Cove Water Park: Another one of the top Places to Visit in Singapore with Family for a fun-filled day is the Adventure Cove Water Park, which is home to many thrilling water sports and rides, including lazy river, water slides and more. The water park also offers you a chance to explore the rich marine life here with adventure activities like snorkelling.

    4. Sentosa 4D Adventureland: For an exciting 4D virtual experience, the Sentosa 4D Adventureland in Singapore is the best place to be. In addition to simulation rides, you and your children can also enjoy a number of rides and experiences like the Haunted Mine and Extreme Log Ride, which is sure to make up for a thrilling day out in the city.
  3. Which are the things to do in Singapore with family?

    1. Gardens by the Bay: Gardens by the Bay is one of the most spectacular and iconic Places to Visit in Singapore with Family. Spread across 101 hectares of lush greenery, this nature park has it all, from natural wonders, waterfront gardens and greenhouses to impeccable structures, fountains, light and water shows and more.

    2. Jurong Bird Park: Singapore boasts of several bird parks and zoos that you can explore with your family, one of which is the Jurong Bird Park. Home to almost 4,000 birds of over 300 different species, this bird park also lets you experience nature from up close.

    From clicking pictures of nature and birds, to enjoying the High Flyers show and more, there is a lot to do here.

    3. Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck: Observing the views of the city from the Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck is one of the best Things to Do in Singapore with Kids. It is from here where you can enjoy a spectacular bird’s eye view of the entire city of Singapore.

    Located on the 57th floor, this observation deck also offers delicious food that you can tuck into as you soak in the serene views.

    4. Sentosa island: Head over to Sentosa Island with your family and enjoy exploring the many attractions, rainforests and beaches on your day out. From exploring the world of butterflies and insects inside the forest to watching mechanical cranes at Crane Dance or even indulging in relaxing spa therapies and treatments, Sentosa Island has it all.
  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

     The best time to visit Singapore is between late January to April, when the city experiences a dry season. With little to no rainfall, and cool, pleasant weather throughout the day, these months are perfect to enjoy sightseeing in Singapore, in addition to indulging in various activities, visiting the beaches and more.
  5. How to reach Singapore?

    The best way to reach Singapore is by air. Singapore is well connected to India as well as the rest of the cities around the world by the famous Changi International Airport. Ranked as the best airport in the world, numerous direct as well as connecting flights from the major cities in India fly on a regular basis to Changi Airport.

    Some of the major airlines that connect Singapore and India include Singapore Airlines, Air India, TigerAir, Qatar Airways, IndiGo and Etihad, among others.
  6. What is Singapore famous for?

    Besides being famous all over the world for its clean streets and roads, lush greenery, islands and being home to a mix of different cultures, people and food, Singapore is also famous for the Marina Bay Skyline, the Changi Airport, the Singapore Sling cocktail, etc.

    Other things that contribute to its fame include attractions like Universal Studios, Clarke Quay, Sentosa Island and the many different luxury shopping malls. The wide range of street food, including the unique Ya-Kun Kaya spread or coconut jam and Laksa have also put Singapore at the top of the world map.