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InterContinental Singapore


Inspire Your Wanderlust

Known as the “Lion City”, Singapore blends rich cultural heritage with modern architecture. Known for its diverse culinary scene, impeccable cleanliness, and green spaces, Singapore offers a unique urban experience.

Soak In Your Surroundings

Little India

Serangoon Road, 210665

Little India welcomes you to an ethnically rich experience of Singapore. Here, the heartland of the Indian community is a cacophony of colours, sounds and scents. From the sprawling Mustafa Centre, open 24 hours daily, Tekka Mall, to the small provision shops, Little India is packed with interesting things to discover.

MINT Museum of Toys

26 Seah Street, 188382

Stroll down Seah Street to visit MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys), the world's first purpose-built museum for toys. The museum showcases an extensive collection of vintage toys, including rare and unique one-of-a-kind pieces.

Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam,

Kampong Glam, a historic enclave in Singapore, encapsulates the city's rich cultural tapestry. Home to the majestic Sultan Mosque, this vibrant neighbourhood is a captivating blend of tradition and modernity. Stroll its narrow streets to discover colorful shophouses, trendy boutiques, and an array of Middle Eastern, Malay, and Mediterranean eateries. The district is a treasure trove of cultural heritage, housing the Malay Heritage Centre and offering a glimpse into Singapore's past.

Armenian Church

60 Hill Street, 179366

Step into the Armenian Church, one of the oldest Christian churches in Singapore as you take a nostalgic walk along Victoria Street.

Bugis Street

3 New Bugis Street, 188867

Join the bustling atmosphere at the Bugis Village - two storey conservation shophouses where you can try local, seasonal fruits and buy t-shirts, souvenirs and CDs. The main attraction is the night market, but it has a bustling spirit throughout the day which makes it a must-visit for visitors.

Fountain of Wealth

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, 038983

The Fountain of Wealth was recognised in 1998 by the Guinness Book Of World Records as the World's Largest Fountain. The bronze ring of the fountain is a symbolic representation of oneness in spirit and unity relating to the equality and harmony of the different racial and religious groups in Singapore.

Asian Civilisation Museum

1 Empress Place, 179555

Occupying over 14,000 square metres, the Asian Civilisation Museum houses 11 galleries which showcase over 1,300 artefacts from the museum's growing collections on the civilisations of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia/ Islamic.

Clarke Quay

3 River Valley Road, 179024

More than 150 years ago, it was on these banks that the foundations for modern Singapore was first laid in its beginning as a humble fishing village. Today, it is one of the biggest entertainment zones of Singapore, with a reminder of its rich heritage with a delightful mix of modern and traditional, set amidst a backdrop of old shophouses. The night comes alive here, arguably the liveliest place as you party all night long.

Mount Faber to Sentosa Island

50 Telok Blangah Way, 098801

Take a cable car from Mount Faber, one of the oldest parks in Singapore, to Sentosa and enjoy a stunning view of the horizon. Alternatively, you can also gaze through the telescopes at one of the many lookout points that are situated at various sides of the ridge for a panoramic view of the southern part of Singapore and the southern islands.

Mustafa Centre

145 Syed Alwi Road, 207704

Tip: If you feel like shopping at 3am, this is the place to come. A 24-hour shopping centre with merchandise ranging from clothing and jewellery to electrical items and household goods, all under one roof.

Night Safari

80 Mandai Lake Road, 729826

The award-winning Night Safari is the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals. Visitors will get to enjoy the unique experience of seeing over 2,500 animals in their naturalistic night time habitats.

Pulau Ubin

Tip: Catch a bumboat from Changi Ferry Terminal for a 10-minute ride. With less than a hundred villagers who live life at their own leisurely pace, Pulau Ubin might be the last real 'kampung' ('village' in Malay) in Singapore.

DUCK & HiPPO Tours

3 Temasek Boulevard, #01-330 Suntec Shopping Mall, 038983

Tip: Ask the concierge to make your bookings. The first and only amphibious tour in Asia, offering a combined city (land) and harbour (sea) tour on a Boat-on-Wheels.

Peranakan Museum

39 Armenian Street, 179941

The Peranakan Museum is the perfect place to learn more about the culture of the Peranakan communities in the former Straits Settlements of Singapore, Malacca and Penang as well as their links with other communities in South East Asia. Housing an extensive collection of Peranakan artefacts, visitors will enjoy learning about the important rituals, practices, traditions and material culture of the Peranakans.

Singapore Flyer

30 Raffles Avenue, 039803

Currently the world's largest observation wheel (outside of the United States), the 165-metre tall Singapore Flyer affords a stunning view of our beautiful and vibrant city.


Visit our island resort getaway, Sentosa, just a short monorail ride away from VivoCity. Begin your tour of the island with a visit to the Sky Tower for panoramic views of Singapore. Thrill seekers can take a ride on the Skyline Luge Sentosa or check out the Universal Studios theme park. Visit the Underwater World which showcases the awe-inspiring beauty of a world beneath the sea or enjoy the various dining options available.

Singapore Zoo

80 Mandai Lake Road, 729826

Since 1973, Singapore Zoo has been known for having among the most beautiful wildlife park settings in the world, where animals roam freely in open and naturalistic habitats. Nine-time winner of the coveted Best Leisure Attraction Experience award by the Singapore Tourism Board, the 26-hectare wildlife park is nestled within the lush Mandai rainforest that stretches into Upper Seletar Reservoir. It is currently home to over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

1 Cluny Road, 259569

The sprawling Singapore Botanic Gardens provides great respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Gardens, inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the first and only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

National Museum of Singapore

93 Stamford Road, 178897

The National Museum of Singapore, nestled in a colonial-era building, is a captivating journey through the nation's history and heritage. With thought-provoking exhibits, interactive displays, and immersive multimedia installations, the museum provides an engaging narrative of Singapore's evolution from its early days to the present. Visitors can explore diverse galleries, showcasing art, culture, and artifacts that reflect the island's dynamic identity.

Gardens by the Bay

18 Marina Gardens Drive, 018953

Gardens by the Bay is a horticultural wonderland that defines Singapore's commitment to sustainability and green living. This iconic attraction, located in the heart of the city, features the iconic Supertree Grove, Cloud Forest, and Flower Dome. Marvel at the futuristic Supertrees, towering vertical gardens that come alive with a dazzling light show at night. Stroll through the lush Cloud Forest, a mist-filled tropical paradise, and explore the Flower Dome, home to an array of exotic plants.

National Gallery Singapore

1 St Andrew's Road, 178957

Housed within the stunning City Hall and former Supreme Court buildings, the National Gallery Singapore is a cultural beacon that celebrates Southeast Asian art. Boasting an extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks, the gallery showcases the diverse talents of artists across the region. With thought-provoking exhibitions, immersive installations, and a commitment to fostering artistic dialogue, the National Gallery serves as a vibrant hub for creativity and expression.

80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Singapore

Phone: +65 6 3387600