Singapore

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Colonial District & the Quays
10 reviews
Singapore's confluence of Chinese, Indian, and Malay cultures makes it the ideal place to learn about these civilizations and their historic interactions. — Concierge
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Holland Village, Dempsey Hill & The Botanic Gardens
8 reviews
Established in 1860, this wonderful 52-hectare park retains an aura of Victorian gentility, with its swan lake, symphony stage and themed gardens. — Lonely Planet
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Central Water Catchment
6 reviews
Given Singapore’s blistering weather, a trip to the zoo is most appealing after dusk. — The Telegraph
8
Chinatown & the CBD
5 reviews
Built... by Chinese immigrants in honour of the sea divinity Ma Zhu Po. — Michelin Guide
8
Little India & Kampong Glam
6 reviews
The best view of the Sultan Mosque is at the junction of Bussorah Street and Beach Road. — Fodor's
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Chinatown & the CBD
6 reviews
Both beautiful and creepy, it is full of intricacies and mystery. — Afar Magazine
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Colonial District & the Quays
7 reviews
The premises of the National Museum are as interesting as the exhibits inside. — Frommer's
8
Northern & Central Singapore
6 reviews
Set on a peninsula jutting into the Upper Seletar Reservoir, the Singapore Zoo is world class. — Lonely Planet
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Colonial District & the Quays
7 reviews
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. — Frommer's
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Boon Lay
6 reviews
The region's leading bird park hosts the largest walk-in aviary in the world, with a 100-foot man-made waterfall (the world's tallest). — Fodor's
8
Marine Parade
5 reviews
The whole park has been superbly designed so that the many leisure facilities don't crowd the green space. — Lonely Planet
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Little India & Kampong Glam
4 reviews
The highpoint of your tour of the Temple of 1,000 Lights, one of the city's most famous religious buildings, is the monumental statue of a sitting buddha (15m high) illuminated by 989 electric lightbulbs. — Michelin Guide
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Colonial District & the Quays
4 reviews
Offering a green sanctuary from the bustling city below, Fort Canning is where modern Singapore's founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, built his first bungalow. — Fodor's
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Little India
3 reviews
The newer mosque on the site was built in 1907 and includes some unusual features, including ornate European-style columns and the sunburst above the main entrance. — Frommer's
8
Colonial District & the Quays
4 reviews
Singapore's colonial showcase, features the best examples of this architectural style in Southeast Asia. — Michelin Guide
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Colonial District & the Quays
5 reviews
Those fearless enough to keep their eyes open will take in views past the city and busy harbor to the surrounding islands. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Marina Bay
7 reviews
Not one to do things on a small scale. So when it decided to add more green to the Garden City, it settled on Gardens by the Bay, a 101-hectare garden. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah
6 reviews
In botanical terms, this 400-acre nature preserve is fabulously rich: Scientists estimate that there is a greater diversity of plant life here than in all of North America. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Sentosa Island
3 reviews
A collection of butterflies, fireflies, scorpions, beetles and other insects. — Michelin Guide
7
Orchard Road
4 reviews
If you ask Singaporeans which street best symbolises their city, most will say Orchard Road, a straight 2.5 km-long three-lane road that is a true shrine to shopping. — Michelin Guide
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