Science Centre Singapore is located in Singapore. Dedicated to the promotion of scientific and technological education, it has over 850 interactive exhibits spread over eight exhibition galleries. The museum attracts over a million visitors a year.
The crunch of snow underfoot, all the snowballs you could dream of making, and even a three-storey-high, 60-metre-long snow slope – it's all inside Snow City Singapore.
Along with a host of colourful mascots, simulated snowfall, and ice fishing, Snow City also has facilities for rock climbing, bouldering, and even bumper cars. If you're feeling hot, you know where to go!
Singapore's Universal Studios™ unites some of the biggest stars in cinematic history for an experience that's every bit as thrilling as you'd expect. Prepare for white-knuckle rides, jaw-dropping live performances, intricately detailed fantasy worlds, and memories that'll last a lifetime!
KidsSTOP™ is a kid-focused edutainment center in Singapore. It offers hands-on activities and play stations within themed zones to engage children aged 8 and under. Comprising over 3,000 square meters, it is located within the Omni Theatre building in Singapore.
Gardens by the Bay is a horticultural nature park beside the Marina Reservoir in central Singapore. The park consists of three waterfront gardens spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land.
The gardens were designed around the idea of transforming Singapore from a "Garden City" into a "City in a Garden". They serve to increase the quality of life in the city by blending urban life with the calm of nature. The gardens are a national icon and draw millions of visitors each year.
S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore is a family-friendly marine world that's home to over 100,000 marine animals. It's one of the top attractions on Singapore's Sentosa Island, located right outside the entrance to Universal Studios. The nearest MRT station is HarbourFront MRT station.