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  • 1 Siloso Beach Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Tropical-style Siloso Beach is the spot for beach volley ball, as well as canoeing, mountain biking and rollerblading. Marine wildlife fans can visit Underwater World Singapore, and history buffs will enjoy Fort Siloso. The kids will get a thrill at ..

  • 2 Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    As its name indicates, the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom on Sentosa Island has a collection of butterflies, fireflies, scorpions, beetles and other insects in an aviary and a huge cave. A fun family activity.

  • 3 Mandai Orchid Garden Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    200 Mandai Lake Road 200

    Mandai Orchid Garden features over 200 varieties of orchids which, in addition to enchanting the garden's many visitors with their beauty and originality, also attract some superb exotic birds.

  • 10 % of the primary forest that once covered a large part of the island of Singapore has been saved through the creation of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. You can explore this unique ecosystem on the trails and bridges in MacRitchie Reservoir ..

  • 5 Buona Vista Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Holland Road

    Buona Vista, in the western part of the island, offers a chance to explore a relaxed neighbourhood with high-end restaurants, antique shops and bookstores. There's an international feeling about Holland Village, where expats of different origin like ..

  • 6 Jurong Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Science Centre Road

    The Jurong industrial area features a host of interesting attractions including Chinese and Japanese gardens, an ornithological park with over 8,000 birds of 600 different species, and a science centre that is particularly well-designed for children.

  • 7 East Coast Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    East Coast Parkway

    You'll never be bored in East Coast Park, the largest and most popular park on the island of Singapore offering water sports, skateboarding, biking, fitness and wellness activities - as well as cafés and restaurants. They've thought of everything her..

  • 8 CBD Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Raffles Place

    CBD, Singapore's business district, contains dazzling skyscrapers with huge crowds milling around at their feet. It also has an area built on a more human scale - along Boat Quay full of shophouses and the Fullerton Hotel evoking the city's colonial ..

  • 9 Padang Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Empress Place

    Padang, Singapore's colonial showcase, features the best examples of this architectural style in Southeast Asia, including former official buildings (Town Hall, Parliament, Supreme Court), as well as St Andrew's Cathedral, performance halls and sport..

  • 10 Tanjong Beach Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Enjoy the peace and quiet on Tanjong Beach in southeastern Sentosa, while in the background golfers practice their swing on one of the most beautiful courses in Asia.

  • 11 Labrador Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Concealed in Labrador Park, in the upper part of the island, are the Labrador Secret Tunnels, an underground military installation used by the English to protect the port. After taking in the bunkers, enjoy a stroll through 10 ha of exuberant plant l..

  • 12 Geylang Serai Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Geylang Serai

    Geylang Serai is where the Singapore Malays were relocated in the 19C. To find out more about this community you can visit the Geyland Serai Malay Village museum. The neighbourhood has also become a gastronomic mecca due to the many Chinese who have ..

  • 13 Palau Ubin Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    North of the main island of Singapore lies the tiny island of Pulau Ubin, far from the modern urban world. Water comes from a well here, and electricity is supplied by generators. Take a ride on a mountain bike to explore its pastoral charm and tradi..

  • 14 Changi Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    There's nothing to remind you of the tragic times this village experienced during the Second World War - unless you visit Changi chapel and museum. It's now a place for tranquil fishermen, young people heading for the neighbouring island of Pulau Ubi..

  • 15 Sentosa Island Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Sentosa Island, just a short trip south of the city, is a must for any visitor to Singapore. If you're looking for a little rest and relaxation, you'll love its theme parks and various attractions. How about a game of volley ball onSiloso Beach?

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