Singapore Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Haw Par Villa - Tiger Balm Gardens

    This theme park on Chinese mythology is a must visit for all visitors. Take the MRT to the Haw Par Villa station and alight. On exit you will come to the entrance of the theme park. The architecture...

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  • 2. Pulau Ubin

    Many SIngaporeans, young and old, love Pulau Ubin. It is laid-back, rustic, kampong and full of nature. There are lots to see at Pulau Ubin for the locals as well as the international traveller. -...

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  • 3. Changi Beach & Changi Village

    Changi village is a somewhat laidback place where one can escape from the virtual concrete jungle that is singapore, for a taste of what it perhaps once was when it was less developed. Don't worry,...

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  • 4. Chinatown

    Many times we have visited Chinatown and we keep coming back for more.Chinatown Singapore is accessible with every transportation method available , MRT NE 4, taxis ,Buses. In this area , 76 % of the...

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  • 5. Chinese and Japanese Gardens

    East of the City in Jurong is the Science Center and the Chinese and Japanese gardens. Singapore takes great care to provide serene natural areas within the city state. The Chinese gardens is just one...

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  • 6. Tree Top Walk - MacRitchie

    The HSBC TreeTop Walk is the main highlight of a long hiking route from MacRitchie. It brings you through different stages of mature secondary forest. The treetop walk is the first of its kind in...

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  • 7. Sungei Buloh Nature Park

    Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is where mangroves and wetland wildlife thrive. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is set in a 130 hectars of mangrove, mudflats, pond and secondary forest. It is home to...

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  • 8. East Coast Park

    Check out East Coast Hawker Food Centre for the local delights of Singapore. One must try dish is the sambal stingray. It is cooked by barbaqueing the stingray then putting on a thick layer of sambal...

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  • 9. Reflections at Bukit Chandu

    Kent Ridge Park offers visitors wide meandering paths where you can stroll through the well maintained gardens and natural secondary forest. From various look out points along the paths you will find...

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  • 10. Wet Markets

    Want some fishes!! Visit Jurong fishing port. Take the AYE and exit at Jurong Port Road. Go straight till you reach Jurong Fishing Port Road. Turn left at the first junction. You have to have a...

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  • 11. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

    MacRitchie Reservoir Park serves as a gateway to the nature reserves. It has become a popular spot for nature lovers and exercise enthusiasts. It is also a great place for morning and evening walks or...

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  • 12. Toa Payoh

    I'm a Singaporean and I'd recommend a traveller to get out from Orchard and go to the heartlands! A good place to go would be Tampines or Toa Payoh. It'll only take around 10-20 minutes by MRT from...

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  • 13. Orchid Gardens

    The National Orchid Garden was opened on 20 Oct1995 by SM Lee Kuan Yew.It is located on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The 3 hectares of landscaped slopes provide a home for 60,000...

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  • 14. Malay Village

    Geylang Serai is lighted up as this is the fasting month. You can see the street lights resembles a mosque. We bypass the red light district while we were on our way to Geylang Serai. You can see...

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  • 15. Singapore Science Centre

    The science centre has a 5 storey high,23m wide dome screen that would allow you to get a better view the whole movie (about 45 mins long) Admission:S$10 (adult) / S$5 (Child 3-12 yrs) How to...

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  • 16. Little India

    My boss thinks I'm overly OC that I plan all of my trips (and routes and things to do with matching maps and timetables) well ahead of time. For this trip, I decided to go wherever my feet takes me...

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  • 17. Kukup, Malaysia

    Enroute to Kukup fishing village you may also get an opportunity to stop at a traditional Malay palm oil plantation. But do wear some mosquito repellant and watch out for snakes amongst the foliage.

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  • 18. Istana Besar

    The beautiful Istana Besar palace was commissioned by Sultan Abu Bakar who laid the foundation stone back in 1864. It's one of the oldest buildings in Johor and it is a combination of English and...

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  • 19. Parkview Square

    Not off the beaten path geographically, but not on a typical Singapore agenda. This is undoubtedly one of the most intruiging buildings in Singapore. I always travelled past this building and...

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  • 20. Sentosa Island

    When traveling to Sentosa ,I got a nice tip from a friend in Singapore which showed us a nice way to save money. If you a large family and large group and on a budget when traveling with the MRT to...

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  • 21. Telok Blangah Hill Park

    Still off the beaten track, but by end 2007 connected with the tourist hot spots Mt. Faber as well as Kent Ridge Park, is the historically significant Telok Blangah Hill Park. Surrounded by mostly...

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  • 22. Pasir Ris Park

    Near Sungei Tampines, a 5ha mangrove swamp has been preserved. This is one of the few last remaining mangrove swamps in Singapore. You can view the mangroves by walking along a boardwalk. If its...

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  • 23. Farmart

    "Farm-mart is a place where you to trade and promote their products in the module. Each module is a miniature plot, representing individual and specialty farm at other parts of Singapore. Farmers can...

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  • 24. Cooking Classes

    Spend a morning at the cooking academy, at-Sunrice, found at the top of the Fort Canning Park. The morning begins with a walk through the historic spice garden, then attend a demonstraion of cooking...

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  • 25. Labrador Park

    This park is famous for its World War II relics and bunkers. Visitors can experience the Singapore's history by walking along the history trail. This trail captures the history of the fort and the...

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