Located within Marina Bay, this 101-hectare garden contains three waterfront gardens.
As for shows, the Shrek 4-D Adventure is a classic, while the new Lights, Camera, Action!
As you wander through the multi-level complex you’ll pass through a handful of themed zones.
Craving a dose of adrenaline? Then muster up the courage to take a whirl on the Skyline Luge.
The original merlion statue — a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish.
Located at 30 Raffles Avenue on the Marina Promenade, the Flyer is officially the largest observation wheel in Asia.
The museum is comprised of nearly a dozen interactive zones littered with no less than 80 iconic faces.
A Hop-on, Hop-off bus tour is the perfect way to explore Singapore’s top attractions when you’re in a rush.
Connecting a handful of attractions around the city, the cable car system spans a total distance of almost 6 kilometers.
Chinese classic-style pavilions and bridges, a man-made lake, dragon murals, and so much more.
Easily one of the world’s most renowned zoological gardens, the Singapore Zoo has been a top tourist attraction since it opened back in 1973.
Right around the corner from the Singapore Zoo (as well as Night Safari), lies River Wonders.
The repertoire spans a wide range of musical styles and periods, appealing to every taste.
You’ll see it but you won’t believe it – that’s the name of the game at the Trick Eye Museum.
Southern Ridges is a tranquil destination that promises a great workout.
Being such a pint-sized nation, Singapore and hustle and bustle come hand in hand.
Whenever you visit a cultural melting pot, trying the smorgasbord of local foods is a must.
Steeped in history, the green and peaceful Fort Canning Park is one of Singapore’s oldest colonial sites.
Providing a chance for curious visitors of all ages to unleash their creativity and explore the intersection of art and science.