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The Top Places to Fall in Love With in Singapore

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Welcome to Singapore

Clean, compact and compelling, Singapore seamlessly combines the best of Asia. Different cultures and cuisines live side by side, while maintaining their own identity.

What Travelers Love About Singapore

  • Cleanliness

    45,878 recommendations

  • Shopping

    43,242 recommendations

  • Food

    37,049 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    36,666 recommendations

Best places to see in Singapore

Singapore Botanical Gardens
Attractions
Verdant landscaped gardens, trickling waterfalls and a clam-shaped stage…is this a dream? Wake up and come to your senses inside this 74-acre botanical garden. Tiptoe through the Japanese Forest, take a healing garden tour, or just laze around on the edge of the stage and listen to jazz. Entry to the park is free, except for the National Orchid Garden.
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Singapore Zoo
Attractions
Channel your inner Doctor Doolittle and walk and talk with the animals. Each year, some 1.6 million visitors wander around the carefully crafted environments, designed to resemble natural habitats. Go ape on the Wild Discoveries tour, meet your polar opposite at the Frozen Tundra exhibit, or pander to the pandas. Enjoy exploring, and remember – feeding the animals is prohibited!
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Singapore Riverside: Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay and Boat Quay
Popular Areas
Charter a tugboat and chug your way down Singapore’s most famous river! This 2-mile-long body of water flows from the Kim Seng Bridge into the Marina Channel and out to the Singapore Strait. If you’re not taking an afternoon boat tour, step into one of the glistening skyscrapers that line the banks for fine dining, drinks and entertainment.
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Sands SkyPark
Parks
Ding – Welcome to Level 57 of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Leave the elevator and you’ll be confronted with the world’s highest swimming pool. Stretch out on a poolside lounge chair, order a cocktail and look out over the buildings that appear like elaborate sandcastles at your feet. The pool is for guests only, but the observation deck is accessible for a nominal fee.
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River Safari
Parks
Don’t worry – the world hasn’t rearranged itself without you noticing. This river-themed park features small-scale reproductions of the Congo, Nile, Mississippi, Ganges and Mekong Rivers, all conveniently located in one place. Sail down the safe waters, inspect the freshwater aquarium or meet the resident giant pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia.
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Gardens by the Bay
Attractions
Experience four seasons in one day at this award-winning horticultural park. The gardens consist of different ecosystems, where plants from around the world thrive. It’s eternally spring in the Flower Dome, a cool mist from a waterfall billows in the tropical Cloud Forest, and the 16-story Super Tree Grove transforms into a spectacular light and sound show at night.
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What travelers love about Singapore

Cleanliness
Recommended by 45,455 travelers
Shopping
Recommended by 42,962 travelers
Food
Recommended by 36,739 travelers