50 Best Places In Singapore
The Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that connects the Marina Centre to the Marina South district of the Marina Bay in Singapore. This bridge is the perfect walkway especially at night when the lights of the bridge are lit.
If Ferris wheels are your favorite, you might want to check out the Singapore Flyer. It is a massive Ferris wheel found in the heart of Singapore, and is currently the largest one in the entire world.
It snows at any season of the year here at Snow City. Snow City is the first ever indoor snow hub in Singapore. Now you too can experience snow in this warm country.
Mount Faber Park
This park is one of the oldest parks in Singapore and is very popular among the tourists because of its beautiful terrain and its natural wildlife. Rare plants can also be found in this park.
Sands Skypark Singapore
Found in Marina Bay Sands, the Sands Skypark is a hotel in Singapore that is even taller than the Eiffel Tower itself. Here you will find amazing amenities like the infinity pool, an outdoor pool that lets you have a bird's eye view of beautiful Singapore.
This popular statue of Singapore embodies a mythical creature that combines the body of a fish and the head of a lion. It is considered to be the mascot of Singapore.
Experience real wildlife here at Singapore Zoo. Many wild animals can be found in this zoo. You can even go trekking on an elephant here and enjoy a hearty meal at their restaurant after.
National Museum of Singapore
This museum is considered to be an architectural as well as cultural landmark in Singapore. It is the home of many ancient artifacts, and is responsible for holding many fun events as well.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
A beautiful and picturesque garden found in the very heart of Singapore. It is the best tourist spot to visit during cool and clear days.
Singapore Philatelic Museum
This museum is home to many philatelic artifacts found as early as the 1830s. This museum also holds various exhibitions around the year.
Science Centre Singapore
This hub is the pride of Singapore and is a favorite among children and adults alike. Through science, tourists will have a fun and exciting time in this center. This center also houses 14 galleries, all related to the evolution of science.
Singapore Indoor Stadium
This stadium is the host of many exciting concerts of popular and world famous artists. It also hosts numerous thrilling games.
Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator Singapore
This church is the first-ever Christian Church built in Singapore. A famous Irish architect named George D. Coleman designed this church, and he considers it to be his best work of art.
Singapore Night Safari
The first of its kind, the Night Safari is a special zoo that is open at night instead of day. It allows tourists to see nocturnal animals in all their beauty, with the help of special "moonlights" illuminations.
Singapore Jurong Bird Park
This bird park is considered to be the largest aviary in the entire Asian Pacific area. It is the home of around 8000 birds and at least 600 various species.
A very massive oceanarium, the Underwater World holds at least 2500 different marine species.
The Dolphin Lagoon is a special dolphin show by Underwater World. This entertaining water show is lead by pink dolphins.
Tiger Sky Tower
If you want to see Singapore in its entire splendor, a trip to the Tiger Sky Tower will make any tourist happy. This tower will provide you with a spectacular view of the city of Singapore and its islands as well.
Fort Siloso Museum
Take a walk back to historical times with Fort SilosoMusem, a museum that focuses on artifacts and stories of the British colonization period of Singapore.
Songs of the Sea
Songs of the Sea is an amazing laser and water show that is a favorite among tourists and locals alike.
This beach is currently one of the most popular beaches in Singapore. It is also the most crowded beach in the area.
Palawan beach is a newly opened beach that is slowly following the footsteps of the famous Siloso Beach. It is also a favorite among tourists.
If you want a more remote beach, then the Tanjong Beach is the right spot for you. It is located in a more secluded part of Singapore, but it is a safe beach nonetheless.
The Moluccas Room
Dine with style in the infamous Moluccas Room. This is a fine dining restaurant that serves exquisite and impressive Indonesian and International dishes.
Changi Airport may be an airport, but it is also the home of many shopping and dining options.
If you are looking for the top of the line brands, come and visit ION Orchard, a massive and chic mall that brings together all the most famous brands in the world.
Suntec City Mall
The design of this mall focuses on its fengshui. This large mall has at least 360 stalls split into 4 different shopping belts.
Mustafa Centre is Singapore's very own 'Little India'. This hub is jam packed with people all the time and is a place to spot great bargains.
This cozy mall houses many luxury brands and can be found on the heart of Orchard Road.
If underground clubbing is more of your taste, take time to visit Home Club, which is considered to be Singapore's most underground club.
This upscale club has a fancy and flamboyant design, and they cater to famous Chinese and Singaporean musicians.
St. James Power Station
St. James Power Station is Singapore's very own massive entertainment district. It is considered to be the biggest one in Singapore.
Drink Culture Singapore
Do you like the VIP treatment? If so, Drink Culture Singapore is the right place for you. It is a very classy lounge that serves the freshest, the best and the quirkiest cocktails in Singapore.
Timbre @ The Substation
Timbre @ The Substation is the popular destination for musicians who want to play in an open-air venue.
The Bar Opiume is famous for its award-winning bar. This restaurant is also located right next to the Asian Civilizations Museum.
Singapore Symphony Orchestra
This orchestra has 96 members, all of them professional musicians. They are the pride of Singapore because they have managed to bring beautiful music around the globe.
The Arts House
This museum is currently the oldest government building in Singapore and houses many historical artifacts.
Tan SwieHian Museum
This museum is one of the most famous museums in Singapore and is a favorite among tourists because of the rustic and classic feel of the museum.
8Q Singapore Art Museum
This museum is currently the museum with the largest collection of artworks and artifacts in Singapore. Visual arts education is also a special feature of this museum.
The National University of Singapore Museum is a place where you can experience the art and the social history of Asia.