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Singapore Attractions

Some must see sights of Singapore that will give you a true feel of the city.

1. Singapore Flyer
The world’s largest ferris wheel, the Singapore Flyer, is a must-do for anyone visiting Singapore. The new attraction will impress children and grown-ups alike. From the glazed gondola, you will be offered a breathtaking panoramic view of the impressive cityscape. On some days, the possible field of view is around 45 kilometers. The cost is 33SGD for adults and 24SGD for children.

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Singapore Riverside

2. Singaporean Riverside/The Colonial District
During the colonial period, the riverside was the economic center of the city where barges transported the goods upstream toward the warehouses of the Clarke Quay. Today, you will find majestic skyscrapers alongside majestic colonial buildings with the Singapore River in the background. On the other side of the estuary, the spouting water landmark of the city state – the Merlion – is located. Along the Clarke Quay , visitors can take a stroll or use it as a wonderful start to a boat tour.

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Sentosa Island

3. Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island is a small island 10 km south of Singapore, which is fully integrated into the public transport system of Singapore, and is therefore easily accessible. With beautiful artificial beaches for swimming, great hotels, open-air museums, an aquarium, 4D cinema, animal shows, and Universal Studios theme park, it is one of the main attractions for tourists. The entrance to the island is free of charge. However travelling from the mainland to Sentosa will cost a minimum of SGD 4 for a round trip on the Sentosa Express monorail whereas the return cable car ride costs SGD 26.

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Changi Village

4. Changi Village
Changi Village is located at the eastern end of the city-state of Singapore. The tranquil, almost rural area marks a stark contrast to the bustling Asian metropolis with its banking towers, shopping malls and luxury hotels. With its long history and its cozy Malay tradition, it is definitely worth a visit.

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Chinatown SIngapore

5. Chinatown
Singapore’s Chinatown, established in 1821, covers an area of about 2 square kilometers =. The district particularly fascinates by its richness of contrast. Visitors will find the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, a number of mosques and traditional style Chinese shopping houses.


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Orchard Road

6. The Orchard Road
In this Singaporean shopping paradise on the tree-lined boulevard you will find endless shopping complexes and department stores, some of which are connected by air-conditioned underpasses and covered walkways.

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Night Safari

7. Singapore Zoo and Night Safari
The zoo in Singapore is one of the most impressive zoos in the world. Opened in 1973, it now welcomes more than 1.4 million visitors per year. The open and naturalistic habitat where animals roam freely makes a visit to the zoo a very special experience. From 19:30 to 23:00 o’clock nocturnal animals can be observed in the light of special lamps. Tickets cost 32SGD for adults and 21SGD for children.


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1. Singapore Zoo Breakfast with Orangutans – $39.45

The Singapore Zoo is the only place in the world where you can have breakfast with orangutans! Ride a tram through the zoo on a morning tour with an expert guide who points out some of the 3,600 animals that inhabit the wildlife park. If you choose the optional jungle breakfast, enjoy a delicious international buffet in the company of a charismatic family of orangutans. Don’t miss the opportunity to photograph and interact with the apes as they swing and climb in their adjacent habitat.
2. Singapore’s Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour – $62.99

Explore Singapore’s Chinatown district from every perspective on this enjoyable 4-hour evening trishaw, riverboat and walking tour. Witness the nighttime street theater of this captivating district, learn about its history, visit a traditional Chinese medicine hall and shop for bargains in the exuberant Night Market. Enjoy a delicious Chinese dinner and then take an unforgettable trishaw ride, trundling along the stall-packed lanes as your cyclist driver pushes the pedals! Lastly, board a bumboat and soak up wonderful nighttime views of the Singapore’s illuminated skyline as you cruise along the Singapore River.
3. Universal Studios Singapore One-Day Pass – $57.67

Go beyond the screen and Ride The Movies® at Universal Studios Singapore®. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows and attractions based on your favorite blockbuster films and television series, including TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Shrek 4-D Adventure, Revenge of the Mummy®, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure®, Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN™ vs. Battlestar Galactica CYLON™ dueling coasters and more!
4. Admission Ticket to Gardens by the Bay in Singapore with Transport – $22.77

Delve into a world of lush tropical vegetation at Singapore’s incredible Gardens by the Bay! Discover more than 250,000 rare plants, admire pretty pavilions and tree groves, learn about the country’s diverse ecosystem and witness the world’s largest indoor waterfall. Hotel pickup is provided for your convenience, and your ticket is valid for a one-time admission.

5. LEGOLAND® Malaysia Admission with Transport from Singapore – $60.71

Enjoy a day of fun with the whole family at LEGOLAND® Malaysia, with round-trip transport from Singapore included. Explore seven themed areas featuring more than 40 thrilling rides, entertaining shows, fascinating attractions and interactive exhibits that push the boundaries of your imagination. At LEGOLAND, there’s something for everyone!

6. Singapore by Night Tour with Dinner along Singapore River – $44.01

Savor the sights of Singapore by night with a delicious riverside dinner and trip to the legendary Raffles Hotel on this 4-hour experience. Start with a sumptuous Asian-inspired dinner by the Singapore River as you admire the city’s sparkling skyline reflected in the water. Afterward, explore the bustling night market at Bugis Street, ambling through its neon-lit maze of bargain stalls. Finish at Singapore’s iconic, colonial-style Raffles Hotel, with the option to enjoy a refreshing ‘Singapore Sling’ – both the hotel’s and the city’s signature cocktail — at its famous Long Bar!

7. Singapore Sentosa Island Afternoon Trip – $75.13

Dive into fun-filled Sentosa Island on this afternoon trip from Singapore! Led by a guide, ride a scenic cable car to the island and visit three of its family-friendly attractions. Ogle sharks, rays, turtles and other exotic sea life at Underwater World; watch the dolphins at Dolphin Lagoon, and discover Singapore’s history as told through the immersive Images of Singapore LIVE. Finish with the Wings of Time show, a spectacular fountains and fireworks musical extravaganza. And experience the Mysterious Island at the 4D Adventureland!

8. 5-Day Singapore City Pass: Night Tour, Marina Bay Tour and Universal Studios Singapore® – $124.01

Make the most of your visit to Singapore with this 5-day city pass that gives you access to the city’s most popular attractions and activities. Enjoy sightseeing tours all over the city, including the Night Adventure Tour and the Marina Bay Hop-On Hop-Off Tour, all giving you lovely views of city sights on board either a retrofitted amphibious vehicle or open-top bus! As a bonus, your pass includes local discounts and admission to three of Singapore’s exciting attractions including Universal Studios Singapore.

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