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Singapore Original DUCKTours
This tour takes visitors around Singapore’s main sights on both land and water. The route starts with a cruise around Marina Bay, before returning to the streets to check out the Singapore Flyer and Civic District.
The Battlebox Tour
Enter Singapore’s historic Battlebox – the former British underground command center where the decision was made to surrender Singapore to the Japanese Army during World War II. An expert guide will reveal why and how Singapore fell in just 70 days.
Captain Explorer DUKW® Tour
Departing every hour, these tours take place on an amphibious "duck" bus that travel on both land and water. A professional guide will be on hand while the tour cruises through the streets of Singapore, before gliding down the river. Highlights include scenic views of the skyline, the Merlion, Padang, and City Hall.
Sunset Dinner Cruise
This sunset dinner cruise takes place on the luxurious Royal Albatross tall ship and features delicious food, live entertainment, and stunning views of Singapore’s skyline.
Big Bus Singapore Hop-on Hop-off Tour
A chance to explore Singapore at your own pace on this hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Along the way, you’ll pass landmarks like the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay as you take your pick of seven available routes. You can choose from a variety of ticket options, with some also including walking tours and a night city tour.
Wild Wild Wet Water Park
This huge water park features rides for the whole family, from the Vortex's extreme 360º loops to the Professor’s Playground. The park is also home to Kraken Racers, Singapore’s first 4-lane mat racer slide, as well as Free Fall, one of Asia’s longest water slides.
Universal Studios Singapore Tickets With Roundtrip Transportation
Universal Studios™ Singapore features 24 movie-themed rides and attractions, 8 of which are exclusively designed. These are spread across seven unique zones surrounding a central lagoon. This offer also includes roundtrip transportation from Singapore City.
Universal Studios Singapore + Open-Air Bus Tour (24-Hour Pass)
Featuring 24 rides and attractions, Universal Studios™ Singapore is spread across 7 movie-themed zones surrounding a beautiful lagoon. Each zone is designed with unique architecture and landscaping, creating an interactive experience the whole family can enjoy.
S.E.A. Aquarium Package
Visit the world’s largest aquarium and discover over 800 species of marine life – from mighty sharks to rare tropical fish. Marine Life Park™ also offers a variety of engaging programs designed to help visitors better understand the oceans and their ecosystems.
Adventure Cove Water Park Tickets
At this aquatic adventure park, visitors can whizz down high-speed water slides, drift along a river in a rubber ring, and swim in a giant wave pool. There’s also the chance to snorkel with tropical fish and wade with friendly rays in "Ray Bay."
Madame Tussauds Singapore Experience
At the Singapore branch of Madame Tussauds' world-famous wax museum, visitors can check out wax figures of their favorite celebrities. Also included are the multi-sensory "Spirit of Singapore"’ boat ride, and a theatrical performance which gives visitors a deeper insight into the country’s culture and heritage. A Marvel 4D movie theater featuring tons of special effects is also located on site.
Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Trick Eye Museum is Singapore’s first interactive 4D exhibition, packed with over 80 optical illusions. Inside you’ll find exciting artwork and augmented reality displays across 6 themed zones.
Red Dot Design Museum Singapore
Showcasing a huge collection of over 300 futuristic, cutting-edge designs, the Red Dot Design Museum’s items were carefully selected for their originality, design, and innovation – all crafted by international artists and designers. The museum is home to a range of amazing, award-winning pieces.
National Gallery Singapore
Located inside the former Supreme Court Building and City Hall, the National Gallery holds the world's largest collection of contemporary Southeast Asian art. Inside you'll find pieces dating back to the 19th century and up to the present day. Regular guided tours, artist talks, and lectures are also available.
1.6 miles from downtown
Orchard Road’s 20-odd malls are like hives for shopper bees. Teenagers either blow their allowances at Far East Plaza (great for the budget conscious), or save them for *Scape’s weekend bazaar and events. Discerning shoppers head to ION Orchard for eight levels of upscale international designers. 313@Somerset is also great for popular brand names.
Places to stay from $56 a night
1.1 miles from downtown
"Big India" is a bit far away, so why not save your legs and dive into this foodie's paradise instead? Muthu’s Curry and Banana Leaf are two popular places for fish-head curry, a local delicacy. Little India is one of the last few districts to retain its cultural and architectural authenticity. Don’t miss the ancient Sri Mariamman Temple.
Places to stay from $10 a night
0.7 miles from downtown
Boutiques and old colonial buildings have earned this district a reputation as a charming shopping neighborhood. Bugis Street has over 800 tented stalls with quirky souvenirs and knickknacks. Hindu Sri Krishnan Temple bears glistening treasures, with strikingly lifelike decorations that seem to jump out at you from all directions.
Places to stay from $12 a night
2.5 miles from downtown
Singapore’s grittiest district is a pink-lit haze of loopy lorongs (lanes) with charming thatched-roof shops and colorful facades. Massage parlors (both adult-oriented and mainstream) offer a thousand ways to relax. Belt out "Cantopop" or Teresa Teng tunes at karaoke, or sink your teeth into some famed chilli crab from one of the seafood eateries.
Places to stay from $10 a night
3.2 miles from downtown
Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso are man-made beaches filled with dozens of upscale hotels and even more locals soaking up the sun. Take your kids to Universal Studios, or watch 15,000 creatures flutter by at Butterfly Park. Fly away in iFly Singapore’s humungous wind tunnel, then dine at restaurants by celebrity chefs like Joël Robuchon and Kunio Tokuoka.
Places to stay from $58 a night
0.7 miles from downtown
Palms jut out of the concrete between Marina Bay’s skyscrapers. Rotate on the huge Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel for some dizzying fun. Take a gander at the Gardens by the Bay, or pull out your microscope and head to the ArtScience Museum for an interactive experience. For kicks, cross over Helix Bridge (a curved bridge that resembles DNA).
Places to stay from $65 a night
0.6 miles from downtown
Adrenaline junkie? Then you'll love to feel the gravity of the G-Max Reverse Bungee. Take in the views of Marina Bay and the famous half-lion, half-fish fountain at Merlion Park. At dusk, the pace slows down as the sun reflects on the water, but a stroll along Boat Quay, Clarke Quay or Robertson Quay reveals plenty of restaurants that pop with color.
Places to stay from $14 a night
0.7 miles from downtown
The fabric-beating locals cleared out of this area, known as "Laundrymen by the Riverside" in Hindi. Fort Canning’s hilltop picnic areas are delightful. Watch arthouse films at The Cathay, shop at Plaza Singapura, or head over to Istana to see the President’s official residence – its grounds, full of security guards, are open on public holidays.
Places to stay from $78 a night
Singapore is an island city-state that packs a ton of culture within its tiny borders. Malay, Chinese, Indian, and Arab communities have all left their mark on the city, each bringing their distinct flavors into the mix.
Singapore's fusion of cultures is fascinating whether it's your first visit or fifteenth. In just one day you can go sourvenir shopping in Chinatown, take a moment to meditate at the four-storey Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, check out all the statues covering Little India’s Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, and stop to have a mint tea in the Arabic quarter.
Or if you prefere to take it slow, dedicate a full day to each neighborhood. Kampong Glam’s maze of bazaars, flea markets, and teahouses shouldn’t be rushed, and Orchard Road is a luxury mall perfect for a patient stroll.
Singapore is on the frontline in the fight against climate change, and the Gardens by the Bay are living proof. This enormous huge area of reclaimed land near the Marina has unique green spaces, and their "supertrees" and "cloud forests" demonstrate how cities even as densely populated as Singapore can be sustainable.
With over 100 airlines serving Changi Airport, traveling to Singapore is straightforward. Plus the year-round warm weather means anytime is the best time to visit.
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|Most popular time to visit||December-February|
|Cheapest time to visit||April-June|
|Local currency||S$ 10 = $7.30|
|Average weekend price||$148 per night|
|Average weekday price||$146 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
“Huge place. Has everything one can imagine. If you don't find what you´re looking for here it doesn't exist.”
“If you're into city walk or urban photography, this would be great. Lots of food choices too inside.”
“One huge Shopping Centre as an icon to SG. Surroundings areas and views to see, watch really awesome 🤓”
“Orchard is a shopers dream come true, ION is great and only one of the stops on this street of malls.”
“FANTASTIC !!! DO NOT FORGET YOUR PASSPORT TO BE ABLE TO GET INTO THE CASINO!!!”
“Excellent. Don't miss to see it. Don't just see it from outside, go inside and offer at least 1 prayer.”
“Make sure you change your money before you go because when you have to look for the money changers it might be too far”
“Have charging stations where you can sit down and stay to charge your phone at the same time use it for free”
“i love the foods souvineers are cheaper compared to sentosa its an amazing experience”
“Better to go in the evening at sunset or after sunset. The view is really awesome. The queues are quite long so it takes about 30-50mins to get to the front so plan your time well.”
As known among travellers and residents, Singapore is a most secure place to stay with good discipline and order. Everything is well planned and people stick to the rules amd regulations. The only complaint is that food is too expensive.
Public transport in SG is so convenient. I got the 3days pass (it was SGD 20) & I used it on MRT & buses. I mostly ate from food court areas, I can recommend Food Republic (you can find it at most malls), you can have a good meal for SGD 7 upwards.. There are free maps available at the airport & near hostels etc (those will be useful). I'd recommend to plan beforehand about the places you want to visit & then use MRT while in SG. Enjoy!
I arrived in Singapore in the evening so I did not have time to tour the city. I just checked in to the Ambassador transit hotel as my next flight was in the morning. As far as I know, the airport in Singapore is the best so far. I have had the opportunities to travel to so many countries in Europe, Middle East, and Asia, and no airport in these countries could equal to that of Singapore. I like the hotels that are located inside the airport in Singapore. The traveler can shop in so many stores inside the airport. . . and what convenience it provides for all the travelers !
Most safest place that I have visited. I have been to US and UK but Singapore is the most safest place. I could see people in restaurants and malls even during very late nights and no starring or strange looks at me. Local people are very friendly and always help you with information if you ask for it. I visited little India as I am from India but I didn't like it. However old people were not able to understand my pronounciation and vice versa. While taking taxi better to go with a one that is driven by a bit younger person
Top draw. Do the bus tours to get your bearings, then do a boat trip along the river. The Metro MRT is very good and very cheap. Clarke Quay and boat quay are great in the evenings. If you want a bit of culture the Art Gallery and Asian Civilisations museum are a must, the public library is spectacular. I haven’t even started on the people, the food, the hotels, the malls, the greenery. I could go on all day. Amazing place.
The city was very tourist friendly. No one will get lost because of the sufficiently visible and consistent signs and directions. The malls are always accessible to commuters who need not go to the streets to walk to the nearby buildings. The entire city is very clean and almost everyone and everything is orderly. The transportation system is the most efficient. The local citizens are profoundly friendly and accomodating to tourists. The health facilities were top rank! The malls are wonderful. And the discounts during sale periods are amazingly real! I love Chinatown the most. The food was greta and the shops were almost Chinese-authentic. Then the Universal Studios was very nice. Marina Bay Sands was amazing and breathtaking mostly. The shops were very beautiful. The food again was perfect and rather cheap which was a big plus. Solo travelers should immediately learn how to use the railway system because the Grab could get very expensive. Look for outlet shops for shopping, they are the really cheap ones.
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Offering panoramic views of Singapore's skyline, 1-Altitude is the city's highest viewing gallery. Enjoy bird's-eye views of main attractions like Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer. You can also grab a drink at the on-site bar, showcasing regular performances by live bands and DJs.
Experience an exhilarating bungee jump right on Siloso Beach, including a t-shirt, e-certificate, and access to the Skybridge walkway attraction. The deck's design offers a selection of 10 different jump styles.
This adrenaline-fueled activity puts 2 giant swings side by side, that reach speeds of up to 75 mph. Riders will go up a tower before swinging up into the sky then back towards Siloso Beach, at heights of up to 130 feet.
iFly Singapore Admission
A cheaper alternative to regular skydiving, iFly Singapore lets you experience the excitement of indoor "bodyflying." There's no jumping, plunging, or nerve-wracking flights involved – just pure excitement as you fly inside one of the world’s largest wind tunnels made specifically for indoor skydiving. After a brief training session, you’ll get 2 dives and receive a certificate to take home.
Skyline Luge Sentosa
Offering 2 unique experiences, Skyline Luge Sentosa is Southeast Asia’s first ever luge attraction. Hold on tight as you zoom down themed luge trails, before checking out bird’s-eye views of Sentosa Island, Singapore City, and the South China Sea on the Skyride. Enjoy the rides during the day or at night, when the city skyline transforms into a sparkling display of light.