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Singapore Night Safari
1. Singapore Night Safari
Singapore Night Safari is a ride through Wildlife Reserves Singapore offering visitors the chance to see nocturnal animals in their natural habitat. It is located on the Mandai Lake Road. The nearest attraction is Singapore Zoo.
Universal Studios Singapore™
2. Universal Studios Singapore™
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!
Singapore Cable Car
3. Singapore Cable Car
The scenic Singapore Cable Car lets visitors experience beautiful, 360° views of Mount Faber and Sentosa, across two different lines. Stops are located at various points around Singapore.
Marina Bay Sands SkyPark
4. Marina Bay Sands SkyPark
Offering glorious panoramic views over the Singapore skyline, the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark is an essential experience in the Lion City. With sun-kissed city vistas by day, and nightly light shows and fireworks displays in the evening, sightseeing is taken to whole new heights from the incredible Marina Bay Sands Observation Deck. So if you're looking to elevate your Singapore experience, book Marina Bay Sands SkyPark tickets and enjoy the scenery from 200 meters (656 feet) above street level.
Gardens by the Bay
5. Gardens by the Bay
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.

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ArtScience Museum is located in Singapore. This interactive educational space in the Marina Bay Sands resort is easy to reach on public transport from anywhere in Singapore.
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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.
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Fittingly, the oldest museum in Singapore is dedicated to the Lion City's history. With an amazing array of cutting-edge galleries and exhibitions covering a wide spectrum of topics related to Singapore's rich heritage, the National Museum of Singapore is awash with cultural delights displayed in immaculate halls and elegant exhibition spaces that you can sink many hours of an afternoon into exploring.
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Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is a 28-hectare area containing over 300 different animal species. Its open and spacious enclosures are designed to imitate the animals' natural environments. Originally opened in 1973, the zoo has been actively involved in wildlife and rainforest conservation efforts since its inception. Animal lovers can see iconic African creatures like majestic lions, chunky warthogs, and suspicious meerkats, as well as a diverse range of wildlife from all corners of the world in 11 zones representing different global habitats.
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Located on the popular island resort of Sentosa, Madame Tussauds Singapore is the seventh Asian branch of the world-renowned wax museum. It features incredibly lifelike wax figures of historical characters, pop-culture heroes (and villains), and interactive exhibits that will keep everyone entertained.
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Clarke Quay River Cruises let visitors soak up the bustling waterfront ambiance of the Singapore River in style. Step aboard one of these luxurious sightseeing vessels and enjoy an all-new floating perspective of the busy restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots, and retail shops all huddled together along the riverbank. A delightful blend of modern and traditional, the bustling market atmosphere of bygone times is alive and well amidst the rows of charming shophouses and merchants. This makes for the perfect setting to enjoy a relaxing cruise.
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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!
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The Asian Civilisations Museum focuses on Singapore's ancestry and culture over the last 200 years. It is an institution forming one part of the four museums in Singapore. The other three are Peranakan Museum at Old Tao Nan School, the National Museum of Singapore, and the Singapore Art Museum.
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Designed with Finnish heart and Finnish know-how, SuperPark is a unique, purpose-built, indoor activity park in Singapore. People of all ages and sizes can enjoy the three huge areas packed with a whole list of sports, games, and activities.
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With over 64,000 m2 of cutting-edge exhibition space, Singapore's National Gallery houses the largest collection of Southeast Asian art in the world.
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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.
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Singapore National Orchid Garden, located in Singapore Botanic Gardens, is home to 1,000 species of orchid! On top of that incredible variety, there's also 2,000 hybrids on show, so as you walk through the garden's meandering paths you'll be constantly treated to new fragrances and sights.
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Sentosa Fun Pass

Enjoy Sentosa's wonderland of awesome attractions for less
From $45.66 $41.85

Singapore DUCKtour

A land and sea adventure through Singapore on an amphibious Vietnam War craft!
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From $32.72

Sentosa Island Bus Tour

Explore Singapore's tropical hot spot on a two-hour guided tour of Sentosa
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From $19.02 $17.12

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Singapore could also be called the land of eternal summer, because it’s either hot, or really hot all year long. With almost guaranteed temperatures of 26 to 27°C to warm your bones, pack light clothing and never go out without your water-bottle! If you’re coming to shop, any time will do, and for local traditions there’s a host of events you could plan your trip around. Chinese New Year, either in January or February, offers seasonal markets and festive feasts, while hip music fans can head for St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival.

Singapore eats

When in Singapore, don’t miss getting your claws into the famous chilli crab, plus traditional dishes like laksa - a yummy combo of coconut-creamed Chinese and Malay flavors. Another culinary must is the bak kut teh - a dish that literally translates to pork bone tea. If egg noodles and seafood float your boat, Hokkien Mee is one of the most popular fried noodle hawker dishes in Singapore, while Anthony Bourdain has raved about the delicious chicken rice from Tian Tian - one of the city’s best loved hawker stalls.


Singapore has one of the hottest nightlife scenes on the planet - literally. From comedy clubs and fancy bars to rooftop lounges boasting killer views, you’ve got it all. If you’re looking to sweat it out on a sandy dance floor, try Sentosa’s Tanjong Beach Club, where swimwear’s encouraged and footwear is optional. Treat yourself to a slap-up meal on Chinatown’s Club Street, or sip a luxurious cocktail on the Marina Bay. Then dance it all off at Clarke Quay, an area set around a beautiful body of water, overlooking the CBD skyline.

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Animal escapades

Is meeting a baby rhino on your holiday list? Look no further than one of the world’s best zoos. Singapore Zoo feels a little special, in that many of the animals are kept in cage-free environments with an emphasis on conservation, education and sustainability. Take the kids to the live sea lion show, explore the massive biodome for a glimpse at a thriving rainforest, board a tram with audio commentary (great when you’re too hot to walk!) and meet the people who care for the animals at three daily Keepers' Q&A sessions.

The future is eco-friendly

The future is bright, the future is Singapore - a fact you can’t argue with once you’ve seen the wholly impressive Gardens by the Bay. This eco-friendly, sustainable green zone is as educational as it is a homage to the George Jetson lifestyle you’ve imagined. Picture misty indoor rainforests, multimedia effects and night-time light shows overlooking Singapore's stunning skyline. See the world's biggest glass greenhouse and indoor waterfall, and the jaw-dropping 50-meter tall vertical gardens of Supertree Grove. There’s nothing else like it!

Life's a manmade beach

The fact that Singapore had no beach wasn’t about to stop anyone turning the city into a seaside resort. Sentosa Island is the Lion City’s answer to the question “where should I take the kids today?” Pretty beaches and luxurious spas, Universal Studios Singapore, Tiger Sky Tower, Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, and the huge S.E.A. Aquarium should all keep you busy, while an ocean breeze keeps you cool. As a bonus, the 12-minute cable car ride from Vivo City provides sweeping panoramic views.

Dances with wolves

Asia’s first multi-sensory night walk has been likened to ‘a living dream’ and you won’t want to wake up. Rainforest Lumina blends light, sound and special effects with a balmy rainforest setting to bring you a fully immersive storytelling experience - all new for 2018 at Singapore Zoo. Enter a magical rainforest and see packs of running wolves, watch out for swooping birds of prey, and wander through a world where modern technology meets Mother Nature. You’ll definitely be talking about this one later.