Top 10 Singapore Attractions

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Both visitors and tourists will definitely be awed by Singapore's clean and green image, with glossy shops, restaurants and food centers, all of which epitomize the fusion of the Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures. These experiences will make for an educational yet truly enjoyable trip!

The newest Singapore attractions - Jewel Changi Airport

Yes, we all agree that a trip down to Singapore will only make you feel like there is so much Things to do in Singapore yet so little time. Don't fret. If you already known some of the best attractions in Singapore you would like to visit, first browse through the following top tourist attractions in Singapore.

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Otherwise, follow the below self-guided tour to explore the top 10 Singapore attractions. Let's begin with the latest attraction: The Jewel Changi Airport.

Jewel Changi Airport

Every one who makes a trip to Singapore should pay a visit to Jewel Changi Airport. If not for the purpose of shopping or dining there, you can easily spend an hour in the indoor forest, the Shiseido Forest Valley. The 40 metres high waterfall, the HSBC Rain Vortex, is another main attraction for travellers. Parents with little kids or children will be glad to discover a number of the attractions in the Canopy Park. 

Cascading waterfall, one of the features in Shiseido Forest Valley.

The waterfall, HSBC Rain Vortex.

Singapore Integrated Resorts

The Singapore Integrated Resorts are the two prime casino resorts in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa. Exciting theme park attractions, classy shopping, fine dining, luxurious hotels, and not forgetting the 24-hour casino arcade - they have it all! read more »

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Just a short distance from Orchard Road, the Singapore Botanic Gardens and National Orchid Garden are two must-visit Singapore attractions for nature lovers. It is not only one of top Singapore attractions, but also one of the world's great venues for botanical study. Visitors usually come here to take a stroll along the nature walks, admire the Tropical Rainforest, have picnics, or simply enjoy the serenity. read more »

The best way to soak in the culture is to wander around the streets of ethnic neighbourhoods to catch a glimpse of their daily life in the following three ethnic quarters:

Little India

The Streets of Little India make for the ultimate traveller's delight! The ramshackle rows of shops are a treasure trove of Indian artworks, antiques, textiles, music and Indian Food. Be sure to visit the 24-hour Mustafa Centre, where keen bargainers will find great shopping deals, making the trip down to Little India an experience they would love to relive all over again! read more »

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Chinatown is a culture-fanatic's haven. Fine Asian antiques, statuettes, house ware, exotic souvenirs and Chinese Food can all be found here. Walk through rows of old Shophouses amidst the hearts of the Chinatown district, and see a side of Singapore's Chinese heritage you will never see anywhere else in the world. read more »

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Buhhda Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

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Kampong Glam

Heading through the streets of Kampong Glam, you'll find in abundance the handicrafts, textiles and boutiques that are distinctive of the Malay culture in Singapore. And aside from shopping, don't miss out on the delicious Malay Food served at the many eateries and restaurants around here. read more »

Sultan Mosque and its Surroundings

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Sentosa Island

Undoubtedly the top Singapore attraction, especially for people on a family vacation. Sentosa is Singapore's premier island attraction, with always something to do for everyone. Set on the southern tip of Singapore, it is lined with the finest sandy beaches. So, if you're looking for some outdoor fun and relaxation, head down to Sentosa Island and have the time of your life! read more »

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Singapore Zoo

Another one of the top Singapore attractions for people on family vacation and wild life lovers. With the new addition of Rain Forest Kidzworld to the park in 2008, it's now a real kid's paradise. Be sure to arrive early for a full day of fun and excitement that awaits you! read more »

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Singapore River

Learn about the history of Singapore River while cruising along the river bank. You will discover a number of well preserved Colonial Buildings which were built during the colonial era. The river is so long that it has been divided into 5 quays: Raffles Quay, Collyer Quay, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Robertson Quay. With an array of never-ending shops, alfresco restaurants and night bars, it is also the perfect place for a relaxing getaway! read more »

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Esplanade Singapore

The Esplanade Singapore can be spotted from afar, distinguished by its unique spiky architecture and its modern exterior. This is the place to get a glimpse of Singapore's art and culture apart from the various Museums and ethnic quarters. Visitors will also be thrilled to know there are free indoor performances daily at the concourse. read more »

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Orchard Road

One of the top Singapore attractions for shoppers, Orchard Road is a shopping belt with a vibrant range of Shopping Malls for Families as well as The Prestigious and Elite. The malls are interlinked seamlessly to boost the enjoyment of your shopping experience. Mall after mall of endless retail therapy, this is shopping in a whole new light! read more »

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Most Visited Singapore Attractions

  1. Universal Studios Singapore
  2. Gardens by the Bay
  3. Sentosa Island
  4. Singapore Flyer
  5. Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort

Popular Attractions

  1. Orchard Road
  2. Singapore Night Attractions
  3. Clake Quay
  4. Boat Quay
  5. Esplanade Singapore

Wildlife, Gardens & Parks

  1. Singapore Zoo
  2. Night Safari
  3. River Safari
  4. Jurong Bird Park
  5. Gardens by the Bay
  6. Singapore Botanic Gardens
  7. National Orchid Garden
  8. Mount Faber Park

Family-friendly Attractions

  1. Sentosa Beach
  2. Mint Museum of Toys
  3. Zoo's Rainforest Kidzworld
  4. Far East Organization Children Garden and Playground
  5. Singapore River Cruise

Museums & Historical Monuments

  1. Asian Civilisations Museum
  2. National Museum of Singapore
  3. Singapore River
  4. Colonial Buildings
  5. Sultan Mosque
  6. Indian Temple

Sightseeing Tours

  1. Chinatown
  2. Little India
  3. Kampong Glam
  4. Bugis Street

Suggested Tour Itineraries

  1. 5 Days Singapore Tour Itinerary
  2. 4 Days Tour Itinerary for Family
  3. Singapore Tour Guide for First Time Visitors
  4. Half Day Sightseeing Tour
  5. Singapore City Tour

Must-try Singapore Food

  1. Chilli Crab
  2. Chicken Rice
  3. Laksa
  4. Roti Prata
  5. Bak Kut Teh
  6. Satay
  7. Indian Rojak
  8. Singapore Sling

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