Singapore Things to Do

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  • 26. Kusu Island

    The Imperial Cheng Ho takes you on a half day cruise from the Harbour, past the mouth of the Singapore River and the Tanjong Pagar container terminal (one of the busiest in the world) before sailing...

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  • 27. Fort Canning Park

    The story of Singapore's surrender to the Japanese in World War II is documented here at the Battle Box. Located inside Fort Canning Park there are audio accounts from the British of the fight and...

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  • 28. Fountain of Wealth

    This is a very unique fountain and really a very beautiful one. This fountain is based on a Hindu Mandala which means has a symbolic meaning of harmony and unity amongst the four races of Singapore....

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  • 29. Chinese & Japanese Gardens

    From end-Aug to around 23 Sep, the Chinese Gardens is celebrating the lantern festival. There are live acrobatic and kungfu shows every night at 8pm. I particularly enjoyed the kungfu performance....

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  • 30. Dolphin Lagoon

    I have always loved animals (except for these small ants, roaches and other discusting things... ;) ) and in Singapore I got a chance to do what I've dreamt about for many years - swim with...

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  • 31. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

    On our last visit to Singapore & Sentosa Island, we missed seeing the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, so this time we decided to pay a visit. On entering the 1st section, I was surrounded by plenty...

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  • 32. Images of Singapore at Sentosa Park

    A museum complex, called Images of Singapore, holds three different nucleus, covering the Pioneers and Festivals of Singapore, and the decisive moments of WW2. Though, in my opinion, this is the...

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  • 33. DHL Balloon

    WELL TRAVELING AROUND SINGAPORE GOT TO SEE THIS COOL BALLOON THAT CAN SAIL UP TO ABOUT 40 STORIES HIGH IN AN ELEVATOR TYPE FASHION!! !Launched in April this year , it took 40 people, 12 hours...

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  • 34. Chinese Heritage Museum

    Usually, people go to Chinatown to buy souvenirs, take pictures of the colorful hanging lamps and eat. There's a museum there tho. Right outside the MRT station. It's the Chinese Heritage Museum. But...

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  • 35. Raffles Landing Site

    Sir Stamford Raffles is considered the founding father of modern Singapore – though he is more known through the hotel named after him. He arrived in 1819 for the first time in Singapore, according to...

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  • 36. Bukit Timah Hill & Bukit Nature Reserve

    One wonders reading the rest of the reviews where the other folks went. On thing that really gets me down about Singapore is the total absence of a real contact with "the wild" in any form. The same...

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  • 37. Sultan Mosque

    The Sultan Mosque or in Malay is call Masjid Sultan. The mosque was first built in 1820 but it was demolished. Century later it was rebuilt and completed in 1932 and it was named for Sultan Hussein...

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  • 38. Singapore Sling

    A posh thing to do on your to do list!...not really that great but the bar was full of foreigners sitting with Singapore Slings so its obviously got pulling power as an attraction when in...

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  • 39. National Museum of Singapore

    We have looked at the outside of the Museum, the travelling Exhibition, and now it's time to see the rest of the Museum that is on permanent display. Probably my favorite, was the costumes that Opera...

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  • 40. Science Center

    There are lots of interaction, videos, and learning in this place. Singapore was lucky to have an active circle of science teachers who are behind the development of this beautiful project. Many...

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  • 41. Bumboat

    The riverfronts at Clarke and Boat Quays have evolved over the last few years, and are now possibly the most popular areas to partake of a meal and/or a drink. The restuarants lining the quays are...

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  • 42. Duck Tour

    If you want to experiment a different sightseeing tour, then this tour is special: the "bus-boat" travels both on land and sea. It plunges directly into the Singapore river with a big splash. It...

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  • 43. Vivo City

    When visiting Vivo City Mall be sure to be make your way to the Bayfront Terrace. Here you`ll have a beautiful views of the Bayfront ,the cable cars heading over to Sentosa Island and you`ll be able...

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  • 44. Walking

    If you are into nature and love to walk, there are plenty of trails and walks available. I really like the architecture of the Henderson wave bridge that goes across one of the highway (Ayer Rajah...

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  • 45. River Cruise

    This is a delightful river trip,especially if taken after sunset when the whole place comes to life and lights up.The trip starts at Clarke Quay and carry's on down the river to Marina Bay,the whole...

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  • 46. Cheng Ho Cruise

    One of our very favourite things to do in Singapore is to take a cruise on the Admiral Cheng-Ho, a copy of an ancient Chinese sailing vessel. We have done this cruise a number of times, and it is...

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  • 47. Changi Museum

    Changi Prison was used by the Japanese Army to imprison Allied POW’s and some civilians droning World War II. The site was a scene on unimaginable brutality from 1942 to 1945. Torture and murder were...

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  • 48. Chijmes

    East and west blend in many details all over Singapore. Near Chijmes, a small church shows a western Christian look, but, seen in detail, the bell tower is more Indian than European. That's the...

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  • 49. Snow City - Sentosa

    At Snow City you can go learn to ski, go snow boarding or snow tubing down an artificial snow covered slope. The inside temperature is held at around -5C but warm jackets, ski pants and all...

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  • 50. Gardens by the Bay

    I loved this park where you could walk on the Skyway between the metallic trees against a small fee (price 5 $) per adult. In the evening the trees are lit up in various colours. The park itself is...

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