While Singapore is not very big, it offers a lot. If you’re there on vacation, on a layover, or on a business trip, you should visit some of the main attractions. Besides, the food is really good so your days there will be filled with some awesome memories.
1 Empress Place Empress Place Building
With 11 galleries spread over three levels, each of the regions has its own thematic timeline and permanent display.
Cox Terrace Fort Canning Cultural Centre
These days, Fort Canning Park is known for great views over Singapore, but in days past, it served as the site of Raffles's home and the island's first botanic garden.
Along East Coast Parkway and East Coast Park Service Road (Bedok)
You'll never be bored in East Coast Park, the largest and most popular park on the island of Singapore.
39 Armenian Street
This small branch of the Asian Civilisations Museum illuminates the fascinating culture of the Peranakans, people born of intermarriages between Chinese immigrants and locally born Malays.
93 Stamford Road National Museum of Singapore
The premises of the National Museum are as interesting as the exhibits inside.
158 Telok Ayer Street
This structure—the Temple of Heavenly Happiness—was completed in 1842 to replace a simple shrine built 20 years earlier.
244 South Bridge Road Sri Mariamman Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in the city, is decorated with a host of multicoloured statues of divinities. A must-see during your tour of Singapore's Chinatown.
3 Muscat Street Masjid Sultan
Today it remains as a functioning mosque with a prayer hall which can accommodate up to 5,000 people in mass prayer.
80 Mandai Lake Road
They call themselves the Open Zoo because, rather than coop the animals in jailed enclosures, they let them roam freely in landscaped areas.
1 Cluny Road
This beautiful 166-acre property is an oasis in the otherwise urban landscape of the city.
18 Marina Gardens Drive
The latest blockbuster attraction at Marina Bay.