Marina Bay Sands
Mar04

Marina Bay Sands

Marketed as ‘Asia’s most spectacular entertainment destination’, Marina Bay Sands pulsates with life round the clock. It offers a host of sensational dining, entertainment, accommodation and shopping options. Savour the gourmet cuisine of world-class celebrity chefs at their signature restaurants. Enjoy shopping from a wide range of top international luxury brands. Catch the action on all four levels of the gaming...

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Clarke Quay
Mar04

Clarke Quay

Today, Clarke Quay is still buzzing with life and activity. The waterfront godowns now play host to a colourful kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops. The bustling market atmosphere of bygone days comes alive amidst the rows of charming shophouses, and five-foot-way...

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Merlion Park
Mar04

Merlion Park

A popular tourist attraction and took its place among the famous landmarks of great cities of the world. The area comprises a promontory with terraced seating, and a viewing deck to hold up to 300 people as well as a boat landing point that allows visitors to disembark from river taxis. The viewing deck provides photographers with unrivalled vistas of the Merlion against the city skyline and the scenic Marina Bay. Today, the Merlion...

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The Esplanade
Mar04

The Esplanade

It’ll be hard to miss this monstrous display of fine architecture. The Esplanade is to Singapore much like the Sydney Opera House is to Australia. This durian shaped dome is primarily a performing arts center boasting of 5 auditoriums, outdoor performance spaces, and a mix of offices, store, and...

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Sentosa Island
Mar04

Sentosa Island

Sentosa in Malay means peace and tranquility, has transformed and evolved over the years. The island offers a great numbers of attractions to tourists. You could easily spend days in this island full of fun filled activities.

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Singapore Art Museum
Mar04

Singapore Art Museum

Opened in January 1996, the mission of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is to preserve and present the art histories and contemporary art practices of Singapore and the Southeast Asian region. SAM has amassed one of the world’s largest public collection of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian artworks.

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Singapore Zoo and Night Safari
Mar04

Singapore Zoo and Night Safari

Acclaimed as one of the world’s most spectacular zoos, Singapore zoo is forty hectares of lush greenery. It houses more than 2000 animals of which 25% are endangered species. An award-winning attraction known for its ‘open concept’ enclosures and conservation efforts, the Singapore Zoo is the place to be to see animals in their full glory. Or watch them come alive by night at the neighbouring Night...

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Little India
Mar04

Little India

Little India is one of Singapore’s most colorful districts spreading out along Serangoon Rd, it certainly has a charm all its own. , Little India has everything to offer you – from the traditional temples to the culinary delights of Indian curry or textiles.

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Singapore Flyer
Mar04

Singapore Flyer

One of the newest additions to Singapore’s list of attractions, the Singapore Flyer quickly became one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Climb on board the world’s largest observation wheel for stunning views of the city skyline. Go just before sunset for the most romantic views.

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Chinatown Heritage Centre
Mar04

Chinatown Heritage Centre

If you’re interested in the culture and sights of the largest ethnic group in Singapore, then Chinatown is a must visit for its interesting little curio shops and cultural fare. Make sure you pop in to try the local food and also shop for traditional Chinese stuff like herbs and mahjong sets or jade.

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