Singapore, with its multicultural combination and futuristic marvels, is slowly becoming the center of attraction for many tourists. Blend of graceful colonial buildings with old street markets and modern touch presenting it as one of the great cities around the world to visit.
The city is much more than skyscrapers, plenty of shopping malls and luxury hotels along with many sightseeing attractions for family, exciting experiences and mesmerising views.
As this prosperous garden city comes with an influence of Chinese, Malay and Indian mixture, its tropical climate, hawker’s tasty foods, and vibrant night-life scene, makes a great stopover for visitors.
Public transportation system in this tax-friendly city-state is excellent, that makes easy for people to travel across it. No need to worry about language as English is spoken and understandable everywhere in Singapore.
Apart from all this, Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Flyer offer breath-taking view across the Singapore skyline to visitors. The fusion of cuisines from Chinatown and little India is a great spot for food lovers.
With all these immense and incredible places to visit, it’s quite tough to choose places for memorable trip. But no worries!
Take a look at my 24 must visit Singapore tourist attractions that will help you with your trip soon:
1. Gardens by the Bay
An award winning Gardens by the Bay is a beautifully designed national park offering captivating view of the waterfront. This horticultural place is consist of three gardens: Bay south garden, Bay east garden and Bay central garden.
Bay South garden, the largest garden, holds magnificent Supertree Grove that offers iconic futuristic look with skywalk over the gardens.
Feel and enjoy an imaginative world and modern fairy-tale at The Supertree structure light show with music at night.
While ever-changing floral of Flower Dome is focal point of Gardens by the Bay, delightful programmes filled with signature festivals, music concerts and movie screenings, sports and community events, and educational workshops and school programmes enhancing everyone’s joy.
Bay East garden is the second largest garden among the three. This full of green plants garden is perfect for enjoying peace away from city bustle and having stunning view of Singapore skyline.
Bay Central, eventually connecting the other two gardens gives a waterfront walk with amazing view of the city to tourists.
Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore
- For Outdoor gardens: 5.00 AM to 2.00 AM daily
- For COOLED CONSERVATORIES: 9.00 AM to 9.00 PM
- Standard Rate for Two Conservatories
- Adult: $28
- Child (3-12): $15
- Singapore Resident Rate for Two Conservatories
- Adult: $20
- Senior Citizen (60+): $15
- Child (3-12): $12
- Singapore Resident1 Rate for One
- Adult: $12
- Senior Citizen (60+): $8
- Child (3-12): $8
If possible, visit this garden in late afternoon and do enjoy Garden Rhapsody lights and music night show at Supertree Grove.
2. Singapore Botanic Gardens
If you are nature lover and keen to know about different species of plants, trees and animals, then these tropical gardens are best point to visit. Singapore Botanic Gardens has been honored as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. This green gardens are situated at the edge of orchard road shopping area.
The charm and peacefulness of these greens receives many tourists. You will find national flower of Singapore as its main attraction – Orchid. This older Gardens also has numerous lakes with swans and ducks.
You can get free entry in botanic gardens except National Orchid Garden. National Orchid Garden has world’s largest Orchid display with various new types of orchids. The place is perfect to take memorable pictures!
The three cores of gardens, Tanglin containing old charms of historic gardens, Central, the tourist belt and Bukit Timah focuses on education and discovery of garden.
Another highlights of this gardens includes Ethnobotany Garden, Learning Forest, and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.
Jacob Ballas acts as a playground spot along with plant life education for kids to learn about greens. Many restaurants and cafes are available here for visitors.
Singapore Botanic Gardens are the perfect to feel the beauty of nature, enjoy the soothing atmosphere and listen to music of birds, swans and wind. This is the place where you can escape from noise of the city.
Location: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569, Singapore
Timing: 5.00 AM to 12.00 AM daily
Entry: Free (except National Orchid Garden)
3. Marina Bay
Marina Bay is Singapore’s one of the gorgeous and spectacular fame place to visit representing country’s economic status, technology and prestige. The place is considered as main hub for business and community activities.
Undergone a transformation of epic proportions, this place is fusion of iconic luxury hotel stays, fine dining and endless shopping haunts.
The famous Marina Bay Sands luxury resort, worth of S$5.5 billion is the main focal point of the bay. The resort comprising a luxury hotel, various shop collections, largest convention centre in Asia, an ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands Skypark.
The Skypark is the vantage point to have a look of the city. From its viewing deck and infinity pool, you can take a look to mesmerising Double Helix Bridge, the port, the Gardens by the Bay, and the impressive skyline.
Other must-visiting captivation includes, Singapore Flyer (world’s largest Observation Wheel), Marina Bay Sands Casino, Merlion park and many more. Don’t miss the chance to experience Esplanade’s cinema halls, theatres, concerts and live performances from across the world.
Marina Bay can be perfect outgoing with family trip if you want to spend more time and enjoy luxurious life.
Location: 11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940
4. Singapore Flyer
Become a witness of fabulous and panoramic view of Singapore city by rising up 165 m above ground in Singapore Flyer. Located on Marina Bay, The Flyer is the world’s giant observation wheel with holding capacity of 28 visitors in 28 capsules.
You can take a fabulous look at iconic landmarks including Singapore River, Marlion Park and Raffles Place. Get a stunning view of the Singapore skyline as well as the neighbouring Indonesian Spice Islands from this giant Ferris wheel.
Each rotation is of 30 minutes and run from morning to night. So choose your timing accordingly which city view you want to enjoy. Disabled guests can get accommodations on wheelchairs here.
With all this, Flyer terminal is having three floors of shops, restaurants and other services to facilitate visitors.
Location: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
Timing: Morning 8.30 AM to Evening 10.30 PM daily
Ticket cost: For adults S$33, seniors (60+) S$24 and children (3-12 years old) S$21.
Avoid visiting Singapore Flyer on a rainy day as you will not get the clear view of below.
5. Singapore Zoo
Singapore zoo is the world’s best rainforest zoo that brings you amazing experience of wild life as animals here live freely in their natural habitats. It’s in our list of tourist attractions due to its unique and various species of animals.
What is most attracting about this zoo is it’s an open zoo that allows animals to live freely and tourists to watch them in their natural ways while safari rides throughout the zoo. During visit you’ll be able to see Giraffes, White Tigers, Koalas, Zebras and many more.
It’s providing several viewing galleries to watch certain creatures in natural state such as dolphins or whales. The zoo consist more than 2800 animals representing over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles around the world. Singapore Zoo boasts the first free ranging orangutan habitat in a zoo.
The zoo with its wild life diversity, embracing unique species to explore. A unique wild life, Splash Safari Show, and Jungle Breakfast is a perfect way to make your day here.
Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Timing: Daily 08.30 AM – 6.00 PM (last admission at 5.30 PM)
- Singapore Zoo
- Adult: S$35
- Child: S$23
- River Safari
- Adult: S$32
- Child: S$21
- Night Safari
- Adult: S$47
- Child: S$31
- Adult: S$30
- Child: S$20
As Singapore zoo is huge, it’s good to arrive early here, around 8 AM when animals are active. It will take at least a half day here to get most out of this zoo.
6. Raffles Hotel Singapore
This elegant colonial-style building is one of the world’s last lavish hotels of 19thcentury. Originated in 1887, this iconic hotel is truly historical luxury hotel worth to include in your visit list.
The Raffles Hotel features its premium suites, exclusive 14 dining themed restaurants and bars, including Long Bar where iconic cocktail Singapore Sling is being served. Added to this, it offers many shopping arcades and spacious Victorian styled events halls to look at.
Many people come here to enjoy experience of Raffles Bar. Don’t forget to check out the Raffles Souvenir shop, one of the world’s best and classiest on the ground floor.
Your experience will remain incomplete if this iconic landmark of Singapore is not in your list.
Location: 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
Timing: Open 24 hours
7. SEA Aquarium
Located on Sentosa Island, SEA Aquarium is a great family-friendly eye-catching attraction for both kids and adults. Standing as one of the large aquariums around the world and largest in Southeast Asia, this aquarium is home to more than 10,000 marine animals of 800 species with around 49 different habitats.
You will experience real sea world here with sharks, manta rays, bottlenose dolphins, Turtles, jellyfish and many more. Take a walk through the tunnels enjoying white blue sharks and giant manta rays that swims around you.
Other fascinating views include bizarre deep ocean jellyfish, cute seahorses playing in coral gardens and shark zone with over 200 different types of sharks. Specially two bottlenose dolphins gliding through the water is most enjoyable part for kids.
Apart from the magnificent marine life, it allows interaction with dolphins at Dolphin Island and to discover sea life closely at the Touch Pool. Stop in wonder to watch colourful Coral reefs where fishes darting in and out.
Get fascinated by diving in Open Ocean Habitat, underwater dining (Yes! in aquarium), Typhoon Theatre and Maritime Experiential Museum. Learn with enjoying sea life from display boards at fish tanks.
As it is all weather attractions to everyone from young to old, SEA aquarium Singapore is in our list to must see attractions.
Location: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateways, Sentosa Island
Timing: 10.00 AM – 7.00 PM Daily
Ticket cost: Adult (13-59): S$39, Child (4-12): S$29, Senior (60+): S$29
8. Orchard Road
Orchard Road is a good option for shopping aficionados during Singapore trip. Orchard road offers 22 shopping malls with multiple brands across the word. This commercial centre of Singapore is a great halting point for tourists to start shopping spree.
The famous shopping avenue also has cafes, fine-dining restaurants, nightclubs and luxury hotels to stay. There are four movie theatres too including IMAX and a KTV karaoke.
If you are hungry than enjoy different cuisines in fine restaurants or various food courts at malls. Get relaxation at movie theatres or saloons while watching movie or getting a spa massage. There is much more things to do here as always some activity or fair is going on in malls.
You will require enough time to explore this attractive wealthy street.
Location: Orchard MRT, 437 Orchard Road, Singapore 238878
9. Little India
If you hear a sound of Indian music, or incense smell, then definitely you are in little India now. It located at east of Singapore River with Serangoon Road as its centre point.
Little India represents Singapore’s Indian Community with multi-coloured shop-houses and spiritual touches from various temples and mosques. Many visitors come here for shopping, visiting Indian culture or experiencing different Indian cuisines.
There are numerous food stalls and cafes, also restaurants, providing Indian foods at lowest cost. Indian people in this mini India sell Indian products, Indian spicy foods and several styled Indian hand crafts.
Little India offers many famous oldest Hindu temples that worth to visit like Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Sakyamuni Buddha Gaya Temple and Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple.
Little India Exhibits its Indian culture in a unique way with all its Indian touch which makes it popular among tourists.
Location: 48 Serangoon Road, #02-16, Little India Arcade Singapore 217959
10. SENTOSA Island
Sentosa Island is the most famous attraction when fun, food and entertainment is all we want. Sentosa is a fun island resort providing everything you need at one place while having Singapore trip.
If you don’t want any sightseeing and just in a beach holiday mood then Siloso Beach is a good hotspot for playing volleyball or skim-boarding. Enjoy incredible panoramic views during the cable car ride from Vivo City to Sentosa Island. For S$120, you can also experience romantic sky dinner on cable car.
Few other attractions includes: expansive Resorts World, Palawan Beach, one of the biggest Marine life collections – SEA aquarium, Skyline Luge Sentosa, Tiger Sky Tower, Universal Studios Singapore and Singapore’s famous statue, the Merlion.
You can visit country’s only preserved fort, Fort Siloso or Trick Eye Museum that will be fun for kids as well as adults. This Island is a perfect place to stay away from hustle and bustle of city and to enjoy beaches and various amusement sites.
Location: 39 Artillery Avenue, Singapore 099958
11. Night Safari Singapore
Night Safari brings you in a total different night zoo experience by introducing the nocturnal lives of animals. Nigh safari offers world-class thrilling attraction to visitors with more than1000 animals from 115 species to see.
Take a tour on the tram or walk along trails that connect eight geographical regions to see these creatures graze, hunt and frolic in their natural environment.
Start with roaming around famous Leopard Trail to see captivating leopards as well as lions, flying foxes, civets, and porcupines separated by glass door.
See the fishing cats in action while visiting Fishing Cat Trail. Move to Wallaby Trail which introduces wallabies in their walk-through habitat. Another East Lodge Trail features Malayan tigers and spotted hyenas.
Have a thrilling experience of wonderful shows including breath-taking tribal warriors performing fiery Thumbuakar act and Creatures of the Night – interactive show featuring natural abilities of otters, wolves and hyenas.
Night safari is a picturesque tour with guided walking trails, close experience with Asian elephants, international buffet dinner and of course picture capturing opportunities within.
If you are about to take off for Singapore, then you should not miss the chance to learn and enjoy this beautiful night wildlife.
Location: 80Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826
- 7.00 PM – 12.00 AM daily (last ticket sale at 11.15 PM)
- Creatures of the Night Show:
- Daily at 7.15 PM, 8.30 PM and 9.30 PM
- 10.30 PM on Friday, Saturday and Public Holidays
- Thumbuakar Fire Show: Daily, except Wednesdays at 7.00 PM, 8.00 PM and 9:00pm with extra show at 10.00 PM on Fridays, Saturdays and Public Holidays.
Ticket cost: Regular Pricing – Child (3-12): $30, Adult: $45, Senior: $18
Please visit official site to know more about Night Safari.
Consolidating wealth of history and culture, Singapore’s Chinatown reminds you of China. The place was once residence of several Chinese immigrants, has now becomes art and tourist destinations.
From small tea houses to wooden carving shops, authentic Chinese food to bright red lanterns, this bustling place is presenting authentic story of its heritage.
This place is great to experience cheap and tasty street food and independent restaurants. There is a good blend of hotels from old shop-houses to five-star luxurious hotels.
You can check out Chinese Heritage Centre as well as the foremost Singapore temple Thian Hock Keng Temple that is traditional southern Chinese style temple. The Maxwell Road Hawker Centre is a hawker place offering mouth-watering dishes.
Chinatown has also the famous colourful Hindu temple Sri Mariamman Temple and Buddha Tooth Relic temple that should not be missed. Adding to this, you will find several vibrant shops selling souvenirs and traditional Chinese products.
Location: 158Telok Ayer Street, Singapore
Timing: 7.30 AM to 5.30 PM
13. Universal Studios Singapore
Located in Sentosa Island, Universal Studios Singapore is truly amazing theme based amusement park for a great family endless fun day out. Universal Studios has succeed in attracting many tourists due to its entertaining seven theme sections and shows plus adventurous rides.
Themed based on major hit movies, the park has many exciting shows and entertainment activities for adults as well as kids. Step into mini New York of course based on New York City to catch pictures with famous movie stars.
In Sci-Fi City take a ride of Battlestar Galactica-themed roller coasters. Then experience Ancient Egypt full of mummies with ‘Revenge of the mummy’ ride. Other thrilling rides that you can visit for more fun includes a water ride, adrenaline-rushing riverboat and 3D combat.
Next you can visit to The Lost World based on Movies Jurassic Park and Waterworld. A must visit section for Shrek fans is Far Far Away that make you feel like fairy-tale featuring a beautiful castle and Shrek’s swamp.
The last stop of Universal Studios is Madagascar which is famous for its well-known characters, indoor boat rides along with special effects and sounds. You will find plenty of restaurants, cafes and shopping area here to never go hungry and fun-lacking.
The place is perfect to bring smile on you and your kids face and so in our list for must-visit places during your Singapore trip.
Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Timing: 10.00 AM – 7.00 PM daily
Ticket cost: minimum price S$76
14. Merlion Park
The Singapore is incomplete without its mythical Merlion symbol that represents ancient fishing village with traditional Malay name of Singapore – Singapura, meaning “the Lion City”.
The name “Marlion” itself suggests that the statue has half-lion half-fish structure roaring fountain from its mouth into the scenic Marina Bay. This water front park is situated with 8.7 m height and 70 tons weight in centre of the city overlooking Marina Bay.
The completely free visit park, also includes several restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops. You can enjoy early morning or sunset view to capture the perfect picture. If you have enough time then enjoy wonderful light and laser show at night or go for river cruise.
This iconic symbol place is an ideal spot for picture lovers to take memorable picture moments. So don’t miss the chance to create good memories!
Location: One Fullerton, Marina Bay, Singapore
15. River Safari, Singapore
River Safari is a river-theme based Wildlife Park with largest aquarium in world. It offers amazing river life experience featuring animal habitats and plantation around the world, including rivers Nile, Congo, Mississippi, Mekong, Ganges, and Yangtze.
Singapore River Safari is a home of more than 6000 animals including 40 endangered species with largest collections of freshwater habitats. Stop in wonder to view ancient alligators, beavers and rare Mississippi paddlefish at Mississippi River as well as largest freshwater pufferfish along the Congo River.
Move ahead to Nile to observe tigerfish with sharp teeth and crocodilian Indian gharial at sandy shores of Ganges River.
Mekong River is the home for huge Mekong catfish and giant water stingray, while Yangtze River has giant salamander, exotic Chinese alligator and world’s largest amphibian.
Don’t miss the chance to visit Giant Panda Forest having Singapore’s cutest giant red pandas. Take a boat adventure to mysterious Amazon River or serene river cruise to educate yourself.
It’s a great place filled with fun and thrill for everyone with teaching something good about the surrounding here.
Location: 80Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826
Timing: daily, 10.00 AM – 7.00 PM
Ticket cost: Adult: $27, Child (3-12): $18, Senior: $14
16. Asian Civilisations Museum
An Asian Civilisations Museum is a most acclaimed national museum of Singapore presenting the diverse Asian Cultures that contributed to new multi-ethnic Singapore. Established in 1997, this museum was later shifted with its new neo-Palladian architecture to Empress Place Building in 2003.
The museum has 11 galleries with more than 1000 artifacts allowing visitors to explore great collections of antiques on different cultures of Southeast Asia, Chinese, west Asia and south Asia.
You will find various Southeast Asian themes such as vernacular Buddhism, pre-history, tribal history, the Malay world and Javanese history, while West Asian antiques represents Islamic culture.
More of this, the gallery 6 displays 7th century’s statues of Buddha, Dragon Robe, white Dehua porcelains and imperial porcelains which holds your glance on them.
7th and 8th galleries has huge collection of South Asia objects from early civilisations like coins, Indian bronzes, terracotta figurines, wall-hanging panels, stone sculptures of Hindu gods as well as Buddhist stupas. You can visit Singapore River Gallery, a must visit part of this museum having on view items excavated from the mouth of the Singapore River.
For better understanding of complex aspects of Asian culture, each gallery of this museum offers guided tour of one hour each. Apart from all this several events taking place like special exhibitions and instructive programmes throughout a year.
In house eatery is also available here to enjoy great and delicious Singaporean breakfast or lunch.
Location: At 5-minute walking distance from Raffles Place MRT station – 1 Empress Place, Singapore
Timing: 10.00 AM -7.00 PM on Saturdays to Thursday, on Fridays 10.00AM to 9.00 PM (Admission to galleries ends 15 minutes before closing time)
- Free for Singaporeans & Permanent Residents
- $8 for Foreign Residents and Tourists, $4 on Friday evenings
- $4 for Foreign Students, Seniors and Special Access, $2 on Friday evenings
For more information please visit official site.
17. Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park is an Asia’s largest bird paradise where you will be able to meet around 5000 colorful rarest and prettiest feathered birds from 400 species. Established in 20.2 hectares, this park offers naturalistic environments as well as giant walk-in aviaries to roam around.
You can enjoy close interaction with these residents at feeding sessions or indulge in a lavish and delicious Asian buffet lunch in the company of parrots.
You will get a chance to feed and get closer to several species here. Also, many spectacular entertaining shows starring fearless birds are great to have fun at Jurong Park.
It’s a truly heaven for bird aficionados comprising many eye-catching and fun filling specialities such as: the largest walk-in aviary – African Waterfall Aviary with world’s tallest manmade waterfall of about 30 m. It’s a shelter of around 600 exotic birds such as shoebills, black-masked birds and saddle billed storks.
The Jungle Jewels Flight Aviary make you stop in wonder to view unique birds like red-crested cardinals and yellow hooded black birds. Talking about Lory Loft where you’ll find more than 1000 beautiful free-flying Lories makes it world’s largest lory flight aviary. The Southeast Asian Birds Aviary owns more than 250 species of birds in their natural environment.
The park has also some noticeable Hornbills and Toucans Exhibit that has huge diversity of South American toucans and Southeast Asian hornbills.
Other enthralling sections include:
Parrot Paradise with more than 90 types of parrots,
Pelican Cove with different species of pelicans,
Crowned pigeons at Royal Ramble,
Swan Lake having numerous mute and black-necked swans, and
World of Darkness, a first nocturnal birdhouse in Asia.
Not only bird paradise, but this park is also comes with many fun and learning experiences for tourists. Penguin Coast, Heliconia Repository, Birdz of Play (funland based on bird theme), and Bird Discovery Centre are equally worth for getting knowledge and fun-having purpose.
And remember to not miss interesting entertainment shows conducted here like King of the Skies and Birds n’ Buddies Show.
Location: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925
Timing: Daily, from 8.30 AM – 6.00 PM (Last Entry-5.30 PM)
Ticket cost: Child (3-12 years): $19, Adult: $29
18. KidZania Singapore
Located at Palawan Beach on Sentosa, KidZania Singapore offers real-life experiences to kids from learning to pilot an aeroplane to making variety dishes as chef. It’s a fun plus learning spot for children to develop valuable life efficiency.
Not boring but interesting and diverse experiences over here helps children to gain confidence and independency to fulfil their dreams and take an effective stand in world.
KidZania Singapore is a unique theme park for children of all ages where they can educate themselves by playing variety roles such as shop owners, chefs, fire-fighters or policeman.
This kid-sized city also has global economics concept where kids actually earn salary in form of ‘kidZos’ and also able to set up bank account. Kids can pick their jobs of interest that improves their communication skills along with logical and creative thinking.
So if you are planning or currently on a trip to Singapore with family, then you do not need to worry about fun for little ones, KidZenia is the right place.
Location: #01, 31 Beach View Rd, 01/02 Palawan Kidz City, Singapore 098008
Timing: 10.00 AM – 6.00 PM, daily
Ticket cost: Kid -S$62, Adult – S$35, Senior – S$25
Visit official website for more information.
19. Trick Eye Museum
Trick Eye Museum allows visitors to lost in world of imagination and illusion with 80 optical illusion art installations. Step into the Augmented Reality features and interact or become the part of artwork on display.
The tricky museum is an adventure playground presenting 6 incredible zones for family. Several unbelievable illusions such as zany doors, the universe of illusion and optical illusion room where 2-dimensional paintings turn into 3-dimensional artworks.
Others themed areas of museum includes, Safari Kingdom, Dreams of Fairy Tale, World of Masterpieces, Star of Circus, Adventure Discovery and many more to let your imagination run free.
Lose yourself in the world of imagination and illusion in Trick Eye Museum. And yes, don’t forget to take a camera with you to capture the pictures in variety of fun poses when you hide from lion in virtual safari, join circus or ride on a witch’s broomstick.
Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-43/44, Singapore 098138
Timing: 10.00 AM – 9.00 PM, daily (last ticket sale at 8.00 PM)
- Child (4-12 years): $20
- Adult (13-59 years): $25
- Senior (60+): $20
20. Sentosa 4D Adventureland
Involve yourself and enjoy 4D high-tech experiences in interactive zones at Sentosa4D Adventureland. With 1-day Adventure Pass you can get 4D movie experience of “Journey 2”. Feel the drop and weird creepy crawlies with special digital effects like cinema with stars during Journey 2: The Mysterious Island ride.
Go for shoot-out game Desperados where you will be given a pistol to take down a bandits army. Try the Extreme Log Ride with virtual 4D rollercoaster to get real adventure. While experiencing this thrilling rides you will feel special effects such as wind, scents or water sprays that puts you in real-like world.
Try breathtaking journey of gigantic log where you ride through harvesting plant. Get thrilled by ravines and down valleys, take a ride at Wild West frontier town on a rocking saddle seat through the canyons and mine tunnels, and dive into crocodile-infested waters.
With all its exciting and thrilling rides with advance technology along with 4D experiences, Sentosa 4D Adventureland is the one that you’ll never forget during your Singapore trip.
Location: 51B Imbiah Rd, Singapore 099708
Timing: 10.00 AM – 9.00 PM, daily (last admission at 8.15 PM)
Take a look to official site for adventureland for more details.
21. Wings of Time
If you are confused about what to do at night in Singapore, then Wings of Time is best to spend spectacular night. Situated on Sentosa Island, It’s a 3D projection show with lasers, fountains and water jets creating incredible fusion.
A world’s first permanent night show is set in an open sea with projection held on huge water screen. The show features projection with water, lasers and fire to make all elements of grand spectacle lively.
This award-winning show represents story of courage and friendship of three prehistoric birds as they travel the world. It is said that visit to Singapore is incomplete without experiencing this magical night water show.
Location: Wings of Time Theatre, Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Timing: 2 show timing: 7.40 – 8.05 PM and 8.40 – 9.05 PM
Ticket cost: normal seat – $18, premium seat – $23
22. Singapore River Cruise
If you don’t want any hectic rides or a visit to boring museum, then don’t worry. Singapore River Cruise is providing relaxing and memorable river boat cruise with indoor and outdoor seats. During a 40 minutes boat ride, take a chance to discover rousing urban present of city as well as popular highlights along the river.
Board the boat at Clarke Quay and take a glance at city’s rich history landmarks including Asian Civilisation Museum, Riverside Point, Marina Bay Sands, The Merlion and many more. With this you can view the modern sky-kissing buildings with colorful traditional shop houses of Clarke Quay and Boat Quay.
Listen to on-board commentary of all these sights to educate yourself with many interesting facts about the city. Also, you can get off at any of the 7 jetties at Boat Quay, Marina Bay or Clarke Quay to further explore surroundings.
Location: 30 Merchant Rd, Singapore
Timing: daily 9.00 AM – 11.00 PM (departs every 30 minutes), Last boat departs at 10.30 PM
23. Cable Car Dining
Enjoy the luxurious meal with your beloved ones in Singapore Cable Car. Hop into the private cabin while watching city’s spectacular view and the skyline. Cable Car Dining is a perfect place to make a trip memorable.
If you are on your honeymoon, then you must experience the cable car dining’s 4-course rich and delicious meal spread over three rounds on the cable wagon. The private dinner, skyline and amazing views will be best for a romantic date with special one and a perfect way to create memorable moments.
The sky Dining will start from Faber Peak Singapore which is located 328 feet above the sea. The dazzling hilltop collection of dining and thrilling lovely attractions along with forest greenery is the flawless spot to flight over the city.
On arrival, you will be welcomed by a welcome drink with an elegant red carpet. Make yourself comfortable with a sip of wine and taste the flavour of luscious 4-course meal prepared by chef.
During this 90 minutes, as you dine with appetizers and dessert in night lights, you will be sliding over the city between Mount Faber and Sentosa Island 3 times.
Catch this great Cable Car opportunity with special ones to make your trip unforgettable.
Location: Mount Faber Cable Car Reception (109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203)
Timing: starts from 6.00 PM (last boarding at 7.00 PM)
Ticket cost: Standard cabin – $288 per Couple, Floral Cabin – $488 per couple
Some Tips: Try to get on time here, as if you become late your dinner duration will be shorten to 2 rounds instead of 3. So head to Faber Peak before 6.00 PM to get enough time.
As ticket cost can vary, you can visit official site for further information.
24. iFly Singapore
iFly is a Singapore’s premier indoor skydiving centre where you can learn how to skydive under safety and instructions from certified professionals. Experience the free fall dining and soaring sensations without plane.
Here you will be able to experience the blend of thrill and fear that comes after a jump from thousands of feet in plane. Here participants are given a chance to fly with complementary sky diving and safety gear with world’s first vertical wind tunnel.
The 16.5 ft wide tunnel drive flyers through powerful airspeeds that replicates jump experience from a plane. This patented technology helps flyers to perfect their moves and learn some tricks of skydiving.
An experienced and friendly instructor will educate you during training session so you can get the most out of this great experience. You will be given a flight suit, safety gears to wear, a helmet and protective goggles to give exact feel of skydiving.
iFly Singapore is indeed a great place for adventurous people to try out skydiving before actually doing it from a plane.
Location: #01 Sentosa Island, 43 Siloso Beach Walk, 01, Singapore 099010
- daily (except Wednesday) – 9.00 AM to 9.30 PM (first flight: 10.00 AM and last flight: 9.30 PM)
- on Wednesday: 11.00 AM to 9.30 PM(first flight: 12.00 AM and last flight: 9.30 PM)
Visit official site for more information.
Singapore is the place where every traveller finds the blend of ancient culture and modern architecture. This place is a perfect gem for any kind of holiday whether it’s family or honeymoon trip. Don’t forget to visit Singapore this year with your special ones!
I hope you enjoy these travel destinations and able to know the places of most attraction when you next time visit Singapore. Am I missing any place in this list? Then leave a comment and let me know!