Top Attractions in Singapore

A dynamic city that is constantly evolving, Singapore boasts a blend of rich history and cutting edge technology. Singapore sightseeing attractions give you a chance to experience the many faces of the city and enjoy a fun day out with the entire family.

Singapore has been recorded among foreign tourists as an attractive tourist destination. Singapore has a well-developed tourism industry, as a cosmopolitan city that highlights racial and cultural harmony, many visitors are visiting Singapore as a destination.

Cultural differences reflect a rich colonial history and the ethnic Malays, Chinese, Arab and India. For years considered a business center in Southeast Asia, Singapore has a thriving shopping area located in the district of Orchard Road. Filled with several shopping centers, this area also has many hotels, and is considered by many as the tourism center of Singapore





Singapore has, in close to half a century of its existence as an independent nation, seen a dramatic transformation not just as a nation but in the development of the city.

A vibrant city of stunning architecture and wonderful art there seems to be no end to the significant landmarks you’ll find in and around the city. Read More…






Singapore, Asia’s most cosmopolitan city, is famous for its multicultural spirit. It’s a must to visit Singapore’s most enchanting ethnic quarters : Little India, Chinatown and Kampong Glam (Arab Street), where you can see how this city-state’s different groups coexist in harmony, while retaining their traditions and customs. Read More…







Have a surreal experience as you watch history come alive at the museums. With interactive exhibits, vivid replications of historical moments, heritage artifacts and photo evidence among others, you’ll find out all there is to know about Singapore’s past. Read More…






Singapore launched its green policy in 1967 and over the years, trees and shrubs have been planted along every road on the island and parks have been developed for the enjoyment of the public. The National Parks Board develops, manages and promotes parks, gardens and nature reserves as valuable resources for recreation, education, conservation and research. Their mandate covers about 1,763 hectares of parks, playgrounds, park connectors and open spaces and about 3,347 hectares of nature reserves. There are some 856,000 trees and over 4,200 hectares of parkland, turfed areas and roadside greenery. Read More..







Embark on an exciting adventure, spend an evening at the world’s only Night Safari and check off ’visit an open safari’ on your to-do list. One of many wildlife parks and attractions, other notable ones include the world famous Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park – the world’s largest bird park, and Asia’s largest tropical oceanarium, the Underwater World Singapore. So gather your friends and family, and get ready for a wild adventure like no other. Read More






A popular island destination in Singapore, Sentosa Island has multi-faceted appeal. It is a beautiful island that has been converted into a giant theme park and playground for the citizens of Singapore and international tourists. Although there are plentiful attractions to entice tourists, the pick of them are the Butterfly Park and the Underwater World Aquarium. Read More…