Things to do in Singapore

For Thrill Seekers 

Resorts World Sentosa

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Resorts World Sentosa, a resort that is nestled within Sentosa island, provides locals and tourists with world-class attractions, a casino, and luxury hotels.

Mega Adventure Park 

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Looking for an adventure to take around Sentosa Island? Check out the Mega Adventure Park, a park that operates ziplines, treetop obstacles, and bungy trampolines all of which will give you a picturesque view of Sentosa.

Universal Studios Singapore

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Trying to find an amusement park that can entertain both children and adults? Look no further than Universal Studios Singapore, located in Sentosa. Shop at Big Bird’s Emporium, enjoy a thrilling ride through Ancient Egypt on The Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride, and take a splash in the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure.

Singapore Flyer

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The Singapore Flyer is one of the biggest observation wheels in the world, taking around 30 minutes to go one whole round. Enjoy a panoramic view of Singapore at any time of the day, and if you’re lucky, catch a glimpse of Changi Airport or even some parts of Indonesia or Malaysia.

Singapore River Cruise

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Go on a ride through the Singapore River on the Singapore River Cruise, which is actually in the form of a Singaporean bumboat! Board upon the bumboat on Clarke Quay and relax as you are taken on a 40-minute journey understanding Singapore’s trade history while capturing the sights of the Merlion, Marina Bay Sands, and Parliament House.

Jewel Changi Airport

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Got a long transit in Singapore and unsure what to do? Jewel Changi Airport’s got you covered, boasting a cinema, canopy park, and more than 280 dining and shopping outlets, alongside being home to the Rain Vortex, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.

Pulau Ubin (mangrove kayaking) 

Take a relaxing, four-hour kayaking ride down the Pulau Ubin mangroves. Everything is included before you kayak, so just bring yourself and come prepared!


For Nature Lovers

Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Wonders

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Head over to the Singapore Zoo to see over 300 species of animals and engage in activities like feeding giant tortoises and white rhinos! At night, visit the Night Safari, the world’s very first nocturnal park, where animals like the clouded leopard and Tasmanian devil come out. Finally, consider River Wonders, a river-themed wildlife park, where you can spot red pandas, manatees, and a green anaconda.

Bird Paradise

Bird Paradise is a vibrant new 17-hectare park – one of Asia’s largest – with eight themed walk-through aviaries, 3,500 birds, 400 species, an Ocean Network Express Penguin Cove, and many other attractions.

Labrador Nature Reserve

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Interested in seeing relics during World War II? Labrador Nature Reserve has got you covered. Used as a defense site back in World War II, you can explore the different types of ruins of the machine gun posts along with some artillery pieces that go way back to World War II. Not just that, but this Nature Reserve is teeming with life, which includes squirrels and the Oriental Magpie-robin.

Punggol Waterway Park

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Punggol Waterway Park is an excellent place to enjoy leisure activities. Those who enjoy fitness can jog or cycle on the tracks along the waterway. On the other hand, you can sit on a bench and listen to the calm sounds of nature. The Punggol Waterway Park is categorised into four themes: Nature Cove, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone, and Green Gallery.

East Coast Park

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The theme of East Coast Park is “Recreation for All”, and they’re not wrong. With something for everyone to do, families and friends can relax or get active within this park. For those who want some action, there are sporting activities like beach volleyball, cable skiing, and even an Xtreme SkatePark. And families can head to the nature play gardens, swings, and water play area for some fun.

Gardens by the Bay

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Gardens by the Bay is truly paradise for those who enjoy beautiful, Insta-worthy scenery. Some attractions include the Cloud Forest, OCBC Skyway in the Supertree Grove, and the Flower Dome.

Marina South Pier – Island Hopping to Southern Islands

Located in Marina South, Marina South Pier allows visitors to island hop to the Southern Islands (St John Island, Sisters’ Island, Kusu Island, and Lazarus Island) with the help of ferries. Spend a day picnicking or walking on the beaches, or bring your dog along for the adventure!

Changi Jurassic Mile

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Get up close and personal with some life-like dinosaur statues at Changi Jurassic Mile! Located at Airport Blvd, tourists, locals, and even those who might have a long layover in Singapore can enjoy this jogging and cycling path that stretches out to more than one kilometer.

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

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Be surrounded by nature (and forest animals), and get a workout at the same time. The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a great place to visit if you are looking to discover various forms of flora and fauna, all while on your hike up to the summit.

Botanic Gardens 

The Botanic Gardens, a 164-year-old tropical Garden and botanical institute, boasts around 3,000 species of tropical plants and around 500,000 plants that are preserved. Founded in 1859, it is Singapore’s very first UNESCO Heritage Site.

The National Orchid Garden

The National Orchid Garden, situated inside of the Botanic Gardens, allows visitors to take a look at over 1,200 species of orchids spanning over three hectares of land.


For Museum Fans

National Gallery Singapore

Looking to view some of the art and culture from both Singapore and Southeast Asian countries? The National Gallery Singapore is your destination. Home to a generous collection of artworks, spanning more than 8,000 artworks from countries like Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Thailand, this museum is one of the largest in the world of Southeast Asian art.

ArtScience Museum

A museum that not only showcases science and art, but also culture and technology, the ArtScience museum is located near to Marina Bay Sands. Also known as “The Welcoming Hand of Singapore”, the museum not only has a VR Gallery experience, but it hosts many exhibitions throughout the year, like Floating Utopias: The Power of Inflatable Art to Wonderland.

Singapore Musical Box Museum

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Ever wanted to see what an antique musical box looks like? Head over to the first ever musical box museum in Singapore, the Singapore Musical Box Museum located on 168 Telok Ayer Street, the museum displays over 40 artefacts. If you want to stay a little longer, there is a Museum Cafe to grab a bite, and a souvenir shop to buy some gifts for either you or loved ones.

Peranakan Museum 

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Immerse yourself in Peranakan culture at the Peranakan Museum, located at 39 Armenian Street. Study upon the rich cultural heritage of the Peranakans by taking a look at nearly 800 objects throughout the museum.


For Culture Enthusiasts

Monster Day Tours

Take a free walking, private, or group tour around Singapore with Monster Day Tours! Walk around Chinatown, Kampong Glam, and Singapore City, all while learning about the Lion City.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple located in Chinatown has a theatre and a vegetarian dining hall serving complimentary meals. Not only that, but visitors can enjoy the beautiful Buddhist art and history situated within.

Thian Hock Kent Temple

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One of Singapore’s oldest temples, Thian Hock Kent Temple was built in the 1800’s for seafarers and immigrants to worship a Chinese sea goddess, Mazu. Now, it is mainly for those who pray for good health, peace, and protection.

Sri Sivan Temple

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The Sri Sivan Temple is a Hindu temple, dedicated to the god, Shiva. With a history that has spanned for more than 200 years, this temple has moved around three times throughout the years. Major activities are being held here, which include Guru Peyarchi, Daily Pooja, and Maha Shivaratri.

Haw Par Villa

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Haw Par Villa is a theme park situated at Pasir Panjang road, showcasing more than 1,000 statues that depict stories from Chinese mythology and legends. Perhaps their most popular attraction is the Ten Courts of Hell, which showcase what Hell is portrayed like in Chinese mythology and Buddhism.


Foodies’ Favourites

Newton Food Centre

Made famous by both Crazy Rich Asians and Gordon Ramsay, the Newton Food Centre is a popular tourist destination with over 100 hawker stalls. Munch on dishes like BBQ Stingray, Oyster Omelette, Satay, and Popiah.

Adam Food Centre

Located at 2 Adam Road, this hawker centre is well-known for their prawn noodles, which has been made famous and popular over the years. Other than prawn noodles, you can look to find Nasi Lemak, fishball noodles, and also Laksa.

Maxwell Food Centre

A popular hawker centre that is undoubtedly a favourite by both locals and tourists. With hawker stores that have been around for decades, you will be able to find what you’re craving for. Feast on Cantonese, Fujian, Indian food and more.

Chinatown Complex Food Centre

Head to Chinatown Complex Food Centre which has over 250 stalls serving some of Singapore’s best local dishes. Try some clay pot rice, soy sauce chicken rice, and even hand pulled noodles, all under $10.


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For those who enjoy Peranakan cuisine, head over to Candlenut, a one star Michelin restaurant located in Dempsey street. Enjoy dishes like Candlenut Buah Keluak Fried Rice, Local Red Lion Snapper Fillet, and Deep Fried Fremantle Octopus.


For All Shopaholics 

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands has 270 boutiques and restaurants, perfect for foodies and shopping lovers.

Orchard Road

Known to many as a shopper’s paradise, Orchard Road is bustling with shopping malls and department stores that stretches for 2.2km. Check out ION Orchard, one of the most well-known malls, that boasts over eight floors of stores, ranging from luxury brands to entertainment stores.

Chinatown Street Market

A place where souvenirs are sold at a bargain price, the Chinatown Street Market is a must for tourists. Products ranging from antiques, Chinese herbal and medicinal tea, to even mobile cases are sold here, and extends across four different streets.

IMM Outlet Mall

The IMM Outlet Mall, located in Jurong East, is Singapore’s largest outlet mall. With more than 90 outlet stores that range from furniture to fashion apparel, the outlets offer up to 80 percent all year round.