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Sentosa Island 4.0 stars
On our last day, just before heading for the airport, we finally went for a swim at the beach. We did not choose Siloso Beach for any reason other than its proximity to the Underwater World, which was our previous stop. The water was warm and ... [more ]
Singapore Botanic Gardens 5.0 stars
The highlight of my stay in Singapore was the Children's Garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It was a fair distance away from the main attraction, the Orchid Gardens, but the walk was well worth it! My whole family loved it; it had ... [more ]
Singapore Chinese Garden 4.0 stars
At first I thought this was another boring museum, as I’m not that fond of turtles, but it turned out to be a really sweet place! If you’re an animal lover, this museum is a must-visit place. Located inside the Singapore Chinese Gardens ... [more ]
Singapore Zoo 4.0 stars
Despite not being able to see most of the animals (since it was dark and no adequate lighting was provided on purpose), I think my visit to the Night Safari was quite an interesting one. They keep the animals inside an open enclosure, and ... [more ]
Little India 4.0 stars
The Little India in Singapore is not very large, but it has interesting streets and is worth visiting if you have the time. You can do your own walking tour with free maps and pamphlets from the Singapore Changi International Airport or you can ... [more ]
Singapore Changi International Airport 4.0 stars
If you’re ever just passing through Singapore, break journey for at least a few hours just to explore the airport. Changi Airport is like a city by itself, and most parts of it look like a 5-star hotel. On my way to Malaysia, I had a halt at ... [more ]
Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay 4.0 stars
Another memorable and picturesque place I like to visit in Singapore is The Esplanade Theatres on the Bay. One special thing about this theatre is the unique thorny dome, which is constructed from special pieces of glass and metal. It was ... [more ]
Orchard Road 5.0 stars
What I can say is the Orchard Road is the heart of Singapore When you're a newbie in Singapore, I suggest you simply go to Orchard Road. It's full of everything a tourist needs--hotels, souvenir shops, cafes, and museums including the National ... [more ]
Changi Airport 4.0 stars
Changi remains, for me, the best aiport in the world. It is not just the place itself which does what it is supposed to - provide a calm atmosphere from where you can take a plane. All the other things which can make flying a stressful experience ... [more ]
Mustaffa Center 4.0 stars
Mustaffa is perhaps the best place to hit 'after-hours'. Unlike the usual after-hours bar, it is a huge mall operated by an Indian entrepreneur, 24/7 round the clock. A great place to just indulge in after hitting the clubs - from accessories, to ... [more ]
Haw Par Villa 3.0 stars
This is one of the attractions of Haw Par Villa, and the museum mainly depicts the punishments that people will serve in the ten courts of hell for their sins. In the Chinese mythology, a person will have to be punished for their doings on earth ... [more ]
Singapore Turf Club 4.0 stars
Definitely a unique experience for a foreigner, the Singapore Turf Club allows an insightful peek into the lives of both the glamourous and the paupers of the country. With the rich arriving in limosines and jaguars, and the less wealthy making ... [more ]
Sentosa Island 5.0 stars
This is the getaway island for many Singaporeans and is great for families and children. The resort island is privately operated and has developed into a place where all age groups can enjoy a day out. To get there is easy. There is a dedicated ... [more ]
Chinatown 5.0 stars
The China Town in Singapore is probably the biggest China Town I have come across, the place is huge and it makes it pretty easy to get lost! There are loads of places to eat and drink, plus a lot of shopping to be done. There are a few market ... [more ]
Merlion 4.0 stars
You should not visit Singapore without seeing the Merlion. It is a very popular (if not the most popular) icon of this city-state and should not be missed. It does not take long to see the lion-headed fish-bodied statue either, so no excuses! ... [more ]
Chijmes 4.0 stars
Chijmes is one of the dining and shopping centerpieces in Singapore. It features a below ground level walking area complete with a number of restaurants all of which offer outside seating. There are also a number of bars and coffee shops nestled ... [more ]
Asian Civilizations Museum 5.0 stars
Asian Civilizations Museum in Singapore is really impressive. I am quite a big fan of museums, and I particularly like the ones that actually tell you a story. And this one does. They have several different galleries, mainly depicting the ... [more ]
Vivo City 5.0 stars
Vivo City is, so far, the largest lifestyle destination I have ever been to in Singapore. When I say lifestyle, it’s not just a plain word. In Vivo City, the Singaporean lifestyle exudes color and vibrancy which are the main reasons why tourists ... [more ]
Sri Veeramakaliamman 5.0 stars
Who knows that Singapore has so many temples? This particular temple is at the junction of Veerasamy Road. It was built long ago during 1881. It is a temple which is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess and consort of Shiva—the famous Kali, who is ... [more ]
Cable Car 4.0 stars
The feeling of being on top of the world and the magnificence of the aerial view of Sentosa Island—two simple descriptions that I can give about my cable car experience in Singapore. The highlight of this experience was the journey from one side ... [more ]
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