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The Marina Bay area is filled with must-see sights including the famous Merlion, Singapore's most sought-after symbol. The ArtScience Museum stands proudly as a landmark in itself at Marina Bay. The iconic lotus flower design of the building is simply stunning – making this attraction worth a look purely for its spectacular architecture. The entire Marina Bay area is worth a stroll, with photo opportunities on the Helix Bridge and Marina Bay Sands.
Situated at the mouth of the Singapore River, Clarke Quay is a major tourist attraction flanked by stylish restaurants, high-end boutiques, pushcart vendors with a fusion of Asian and European culture. Also lined up along the river are buzzing nightclubs, river cruise bumboats and floating cafes that make the place one of Singapore's major wining and dining area.
Located in the heart of downtown Marina Bay, the Singapore Flyer is Asia's largest giant observation wheel. Step into one of the 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules, and be transported on a 30-minute journey of stunning day and night scenes. From this glorious vantage point, you’ll be able to feast your eyes on iconic and historical sights from Marina Bay to the Singapore River, such as Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang.
Gardens by the Bay is an incredible futuristic park featuring giant man-made tree structures (called the ‘Supertrees’) which towers into the sky. This Singapore attraction has won countless awards and continues to wow the endless succession of visitors who have the chance to get up close and personal with the trees by using the impressive Skywalk. Come nightfall, the 50-metre-tall trees are brilliantly illuminated with a kaleidoscope of colours, making the whole park even more spectacular.
The Merlion is the mythical symbol of Singapore and easily the most popular attraction on the whole island. Come to visit this half-fish, half-lion statue during the day to witness crowds of tourists all bustling for position for Singapore’s most sought-after photo-op in front of the 70-tonne concrete figure. The statue stands 8.7 metres tall and has a fountain of water spurting out into the picturesque Marina Bay.
While most people think of airports as places of transits and stopovers, Singapore’s Changi Airport is a must-see tourist attraction in its own right. Its latest extension— Jewel Changi Airport— transforms Singapore’s world-class aviation hub into a truly inspiring lifestyle destination. At this urban oasis, visitors will be able to marvel at the 40-metre-high Rain Vortex—the world’s largest indoor waterfall and enjoy a range of family friendly activities and retail therapy.
Sentosa is Singapore’s premier island resort getaway. This 500-hectare resort island is home to an exciting array of themed attractions, award-winning spa retreats, and resort accommodations alongside lush rainforests and golden sandy beaches. Popular attractions among business and leisure visitors include Wings of Time – an award winning night show, the iconic Sentosa Merlion, as well as Madame Tussauds Singapore.
Located on the north-western side of the island, the Singapore Zoo is a haven for wondrous wildlife and a must-visit for animal lovers. This beloved establishment first opened its gates to the public in 1973, and has since become one of the best rainforest zoos in the world. Besides being home to over 2,800 animals from 300 species—including crocodiles, Malayan tapirs and white tigers—the zoo has won a trove of international and local awards.
Universal Studios Singapore is Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park. Immerse yourself in the storytelling of Hollywood. Be transported by adrenaline-pumping rides, interactive shows and a wide variety of exciting attractions based on the blockbuster movies and television series you know and love so well. Welcome in and enjoy the ride!
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a well-defined cultural landscape which includes a rich variety of historic landscape features, plantings and buildings that clearly demonstrate the evolution of the Botanic Gardens since its establishment in 1859. It is an outstanding example of a British tropical colonial botanic garden, and is notable for its preserved landscape design and continuity of purpose since its inception.
One of the biggest and busiest wet markets in Singapore, Geylang Serai Market is both a vital social hub and a great place to expand your culinary horizons with some traditional Malay cuisine. With a colourful past that lives on in its restored shophouses, religious establishments and traditional eateries, Geylang Serai is filled with stories to uncover.
Peranakan Museum is a vibrant attraction tucked away in Singapore, right near the famous Fort Canning Park. One of the most interesting locations to visit for history lovers, the museum explores and preserves Peranakan cultures in Singapore as well as in parts of Asia.
The Intan is a private home that houses one of Singapore’s most impressive collections of Peranakan artifacts. Owner Alvin Yapp has spent 30-plus years collecting 1,500 objects from Peranakan culture, most notably kasut manek (ornate beaded slippers worn by Straits Chinese women) and enamel tiffin carriers hand-painted in delicate floral patterns. Yapp's post-war home is a labor of love, and it shows in the meticulous way that he has arranged every square inch of it.
ArtScience Museum is an iconic cultural landmark in Singapore and the cultural component of Marina Bay Sands. With 21 gallery spaces, ArtScience Museum has held large-scale exhibitions by some of the world’s major artists, including Leonardo da Vinci, M.C. Escher, Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol and Vincent Van Gogh since opening in February 2011.