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  • 51. 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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  • 52. Philatelic Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    It was some years ago (sometimes feels like a life ago) that I was collecting stamps, but neverless I was happy when I found Singapore's Philatelic museum. It's located in an old building next to the...

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  • 53. Central Fire Station

    4 out of 5 stars

    That is the oldest existing Fire Station in Singapore, turning into a museum. I sure will come to visit in December 2012. Its a very beautiful building indeed. Please refer for more...

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  • 54. Padang

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    F1 track passes from Padang. Basically the regular road which passes by Padang and Supreme Court building is converted into F1 track during races. Due to its prime location and historical...

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  • 55. Luge and Skyride - Sentosa Island

    I tend to like sights that give me a good view, so I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed with the Skyride from Sentosa Island. It promised a lot, but didn't either give me a good view or a lot...

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  • 56. 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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  • 57. 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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  • 58. Tan Hoon Siang Mist House

    Orchids are generally pollinated by flying insects like bees, moths, butterflies & sometimes birds. About half of the species are pollinated as such. Some of these are only pollinated by a single...

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  • 59. GMax Bungee at Clark Quay

    If you are a thrill seeker, try out the G-Max Bungee at Clark Quay. You can go solo, two or three persons together, strapped in a chair and then thrown up 60 meters in the air experiencing 5G. It...

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  • 60. East Coast Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is one of playgrounds for locals on weekends. This place gets quite crowded-especially sunday. Many families spend there time relaxing on the beach, while others will do some wind surfing or kite...

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  • 61. Cavenagh Bridge

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Go for a walk across or go underneath the historical bridge by boat. Cavenagh Bridge is a pedestrian bridge across the Singapore River. The Cavenagh Bridge is the only suspension bridge and one of...

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  • 62. 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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  • 63. Peranakan Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Peranakan Museum is housed in a lovely, colonial style building. It was established in 1906, as the Tao Nan School, one of the first six modern Chinese schools in Singapore. The school moved in...

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  • 64. Canopy Walk

    10. If all this is too much to remember, send me a message and I'll see if I can guide you. Forget about trying to work out the trail on the "official"...

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  • 65. Anderson Bridge

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    There are number of bridges over Singapore River and Anderson Bridge is one of them and is still blends in with the changing face of Singapore. However the bridge had a violent past. During the...

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  • 66. Continental Asia's Southernmost Spot - Sentosa

    It's not really the place but the fact that you're there. At the farthest point you can possibly reach on Continental Asia. And in getting there, you'd have to take either an MRT/TAXI/BUS, then...

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  • 67. War Memorial Park

    The War Memorial at War Memorial Park is made of four 67m high columns to commemorate the Chinese, Malays, Indians, British, Australians and Others who were killed during the Japanese occupation of...

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  • 68. Singapore Art Museum

    This is an architecturally beautiful building that was once the home of the St. Joseph's Institution. In the entrance way is a huge Swarovski crystal chandelier. It was restored, and only opened in...

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  • 69. Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    We were walking Waterloo street, when we come across a busy area of lots of people visiting this Temple, and plenty of flower sellers and Garland makers. A recognised Historic Site...."Guan Yin Tong...

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  • 70. The Arts House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Singapore's oldest Government building has been converted into a contemporary arts venue with riverfront restaurants and bars. The performances in the former Parliamentary Debating Chamber are worth...

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  • 71. Turf Club

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This is a place if you want to see typical Singaporeans in a gambling mood on the horse racing. Located next to Kranji MRT station, the entrance fees to the non-aircon stand is S$5 and air-con stand...

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  • 72. Ming Village

    Ming Village is located on the West Coast of Singapore and you can see the whole pottery making process. Starting from making the mould for plates, vases and pots until the firing. I was fascinated...

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  • 73. Supreme Court & City Hall

    After visiting Merlion Park or Esplanade, take a short walk and pass by Raffles statue (Singapore's founder) in front of Victoria Hall.Beside is the Supreme Court Bldg.Then, you can alson see nearby...

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  • 74. Parliament

    The Parliament House was completed in 1999 and hence a relatively new building. All debates are open to the public. There are simultaneous translations into Malay, English, Mandarin and Tamil which...

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  • 75. F1 Race Course

    Dream Drive @ Suntec City Mall has its fleet of super cars, the Lamborghini Gallardo , Ferrari F430 , Maserati GranTurismo , Audi r8 available to blast around the Singapore Grand Prix course or take...

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