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  • 1 Singapore Botanic Gardens Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    1 Cluny Road 1 SGP - Singapour

    So close to Orchard Road and yet such a different world, the Singapore Botanic Gardens are a veritable oasis where over 2,000 varieties of trees, plants and flowers - see the National Orchid Garden - afford an enchanting stroll as near to perfection ..

  • 2 Singapore Zoo Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    80 Mandai Lake Road 80 SGP - Singapour

    There's a reason why Singapore Zoo attracts 1.5 million visitors every year. The animals you see in their 100% genuine ecosystems include monkeys, peacocks, orangutans, white Bengal tigers and the first polar bear born in the tropics!

  • 3 Night Safari Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    80 Mandai Lake Road 80 SGP - Singapour

    You can see the wild animals prowling around at night in this equatorial jungle barely lit with discreet lighting. The 45 min tramway tour - the high point of the night safari - takes you past lions, pumas and giraffes. A unique experience.

  • 4 Chinatown Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Trengganu Street SGP - Singapour

    Chinatown is one of Singapore's most colourful quarters. Shopping aficionados will have a lot of fun here, mainly on Trengganu Street lined with traditional shophouses. In-between boutiques you can get your strength back at one of the local restauran..

  • 5 Sri Mariamman Temple Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    244 South Bridge Road 244 SGP - Singapour

    Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in the city, is decorated with a host of multicoloured statues of divinities. A must-see during your tour of Singapore's Chinatown.

  • 6 Thian Hock Keng Temple Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    158 Telok Ayer Street 158 SGP - Singapour

    Thian Hock Keng Taoist Temple was built starting in 1821 by Chinese immigrants in honour of the sea divinity Ma Zhu Po. Note the mixed British and Chinese influences in the glazed tiles on the roof, the pagoda (1849) and the dragon sentinels.

  • 7 Colonial District Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Clarke Quay SGP - Singapour

    Your steps will invariably lead you to the Colonial District with its fine colonial and modern architecture, parks full of greenery and superb walks along the Singapore River. At night the area comes alive on Clarke Quay, offering dazzling views of C..

  • 8 Fort Canning Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Clarke Quay SGP - Singapour

    Fort Canning retraces six centuries of history in a tour lasting only a few hours - from the tombs of the kings of ancient Singapura and command posts from the Second World War to the current urban landscapes. A major site overlooking the Colonial Di..

  • 9 Battle Box Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    51 Canning Rise 51 SGP - Singapour

    Battle Box, a bunker composed of 26 rooms 9m underground, is where Lieutenant-General Arthur Percival and his men abdicated to the Japanese army on 15 February 1942. Audio archives, videos and wax figures transport visitors back to this major histori..

  • 10 Raffles District and the Marina Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Beach Road SGP - Singapour

    The Raffles District and Marina reflect tradition and modernity. The ultra famous Raffles Hotel (19C) offsets trendy Raffles City, while Chijmes (a former convent) contrasts with Suntec City. The whole area is dominated by the Singapore Flyer, the wo..

  • 11 St. Joseph's Church Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    143 Victoria Street 143 SGP - Singapour

    St. Joseph's Church was built in 1853 where the Portuguese Mission was founded in Singapore, then was destroyed and rebuilt in the Gothic style in the early 20C. The superb building boasts a remarkable octagonal tower and dome.

  • 12 Asian Civilisations Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    1 Empress Place 1 SGP - Singapour

    The vast Asian Civilisations Museum is the only museum to feature the four major cultures that have shaped Singapore. The striking pieces on display come from India, Southeast Asia and China. Muslim culture is also magnificently celebrated here.

  • 13 The National Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    93 Stamford Road 93 SGP - Singapour

    The National Museum of Singapore proposes a journey through the city from the 14C to the present. The interactive audiovisual system presents historic events through the prism of fashion, food, cinema and photography. Fascinating.

  • 14 Little India Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Campbell Lane SGP - Singapour

    You can't mistake the Little India quarter with its constant hustle and bustle, narrow streets, fragrant flowers and spices, merchants loaded with fabrics, seamstresses at work, and covered markets. Campbell Lane is where you'll find the most traditi..

  • 15 Masjid Abdul Gaffoor Mosque Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    41 Dunlop Street 41 SGP - Singapour

    Abdul Gaffoor Mosque, completed in 1907, is perhaps Singapore's finest mosque. This architectural gem blends Moorish, European and Indian influences, boasting a wide variety of beautiful decorations.

  • 16 Leong San See Temple Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    371 Race Course Road 371 SGP - Singapour

    Leong San See Taoist Temple, built in the Little India quarter in 1917, is dedicated to Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy. The roof is the most remarkable aspect of the building, evoking a sea of dancing ceramic dragons.

  • 17 Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya (Temple of 1,000 Lights) Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    366 Race Course Road 366 SGP - Singapour

    The highpoint of your tour of the Temple of 1,000 Lights, one of the city's most famous religious buildings, is the monumental statue of a sitting buddha (13m high) illuminated by 989 electric lightbulbs.

  • 18 Kampong Glam Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bussorah Street SGP - Singapour

    The many shops, restaurants and hookah bars in Kampong Glam, the city's Muslim quarter and historic home of the island's Malay community, are laid out around the famous Sultan Mosque. Don't miss Bussorah Street, a pedestrian street lined with shophou..

  • 19 Sultan Mosque Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    3 Muscat Street 3 SGP - Singapour

    This is the emblematic place of worship for Singapore's Muslims. Sultan Mosque (1914) dominates Kampong Glam with its frequently photographed golden dome. A long rug - over 4 km -covers the prayer hall, and the lighting fixtures are reminiscent of th..

  • 20 Orchard Road Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Orchard Road SGP - Singapour

    If you ask Singaporeans which street best symbolises their city, most will say Orchard Road, a straight 2.5 km-long three-lane road that is a true shrine to shopping dotted with ultra-modern shopping centres and giant advertising screens. A paradise ..

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