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Nature and Sightseeing 

  • Botanic Gardens 

Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Botanic Gardens are a beautiful place to relax, unwind and have a home made picnic! Closest MRT is Botanic Gardens station!

  • Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a must-see attraction with 2 dome enclosures of various plant species, a walking trail, children’s playground and even food court (Satay by the Bay)! A great way to appreciate the diversity of nature while touring the city!

  • Sentosa

Sentosa is one of Singapore’s most enjoyable attractions with something for everyone! Check out one of the many beaches which you can travel to using the internal buses and trams! With many attractions such as the Luge, iFly and the lights and sounds show- Wings of Time, Sentosa is a family attraction that you can’t miss!

Arts and Culture 

  • National Gallery

Situated in the heart of the Civic District, the National Gallery is housed in two national monuments—City Hall and former Supreme Court—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue.

One can explore southeast Asian art from the 19th century to the present day through the admiration of over 8,000 separate pieces by some of the region’s biggest names along with a vivid experience of a spectacular fusion of modern and classical architecture. Ticket prices for non-Singaporeans can range from $15 to $30 depending on the type of access one wishes to obtain. The nearest train station is City Hall MRT but prospective visitors also have the option of taking buses.

  • ArtScience Museum

Easily recognizable by its iconic lotus-shape, ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands explores creative processes at the heart of art, science, technology and culture with its 21 different gallery spaces. The museum is an apt embodiment of the ArtScience theme through its display of unique exhibits. With the array of exhibitions, events, performances and educational activities, the Museum attempts to bring out the balance of art and science. Tickets prices are $30 for adults, $27 for seniors and $17 for children. The ArtScience Museum is located next to MBS, so the easiest way to get there is by taking the MRT to Bayfront, Promenade, or Marina Bay station and walking towards the resort.

  • Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa – formerly known as the Tiger Balm Garden – is a mythological theme park that contains more than 1,000 statues and 150 dioramas depicting scenes from Chinese mythology and various religions. The eclectic park is a treasure trove of Asian culture, history, philosophy, and religion – quirky yet enlightening, at the same time. The park is a must-see for visitors looking to get off the beaten path. Admission to the park is free. The easiest way to reach Haw Par Villa is to take the green line to Haw Par Villa MRT station.

  • Little India

Little India is a must-visit for shoppers and foodies. It is renowned for its subcontinental color, cuisine, and atmosphere, and is one of the island’s most vibrant districts. Shops, restaurants, street vendors, and colorful Hindu temples line the streets of Little India, making it an excellent place to take a walk.The easiest way is to take the MRT to Little India, Farrer Park, or Rochor stations. Over a dozen bus lines also service the neighborhood.

  • Chinatown

Singapore’s Chinatown is the sightseeing focus of the city, home to traditional shophouses, temples, and cultural heritage. It is a must for first-time visitors and foodies.One can experience the neighborhood as part of a city-wide sightseeing tour or dive deep on a dedicated Chinatown food tour or trishaw ride. The easiest way to reach Chinatown is to take the MRT to Chinatown Station and exit toward Pagoda Street.

Shopping

  • Orchard

Orchard is a bustling shopping hotspot with various malls such as ION, Takashimaya, Somerset and Orchard Central. Closest MRT Stations are Orchard and Somerset!

  • VivoCity

Vivocity is one of the largest malls in Singapore with various diverse places to shop, dine and relax! Check out the top floor of Vivocity which is a deck overlooking the bay, a great way to unwind after a day of shopping!

  • Bugis Street

Bugis Street is a colorful, bustling street market selling clothes, bags, food and more! Closest MRT is Bugis station.

  • Marina Bay Sands 

Shop all the luxury brands and experience at Marina Bay Sands with a huge variety of stores and even a promenade area overlooking the city view! Don’t forget to take a ride down the canal in the mall, a unique Venetian experience right here in Singapore.

Recreation

  • AMPED

If you’ve never been to a trampoline park, what are you waiting for! With an outlet in Jurong and one in River Valley, AMPED is an unmissable spot for all ages equipped with foam pits, a parkour wall, and high-intensity trampolines! Tickets at $15/hr on Weekdays and $18/hr on Weekends.

  • Climb Central

Located in one of the hottest recreational spots on the island, Climb Central in Kallang Wave gives you the opportunity to try indoor rock climbing! Get an Adult Day Pass of unlimited climbs for 1 day at $22 and a Youth Day Pass at $18 if you are a student!

  • iFLY

Push the boundaries at iFLY Singapore with the thrill of indoor skydiving with all the stimulus of  a free-fall! Located in Siloso Beach, iFLY is the place for thrill-seekers, with 1 walk-in skydive priced at $89.

  • Wild Wild Wet

Wild Wild Wet is a water park for all ages with rides, slides, a jacuzzi and more! Located at 1 Pasir Ris Close, it is one of Singapore’s largest water parks with a day pass priced at $24 on Weekdays and $32 on Weekends and Public Holidays!  

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