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  • 76. 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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  • 77. Mashid Abdul Gafoor Mosque

    4 out of 5 stars

    Walking back to our hostel, I saw this beautiful temple, the gate was open when we passed by, so I was able to take a picture of it. The temple is artistically designed with attractive combination of...

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  • 78. 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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  • 79. Ginger Garden

    This sprawling area is simply a gorgeous getaway from the craziness of city life. The gardens are arranged interestingly - there is a sense of order yet it didn't feel regimented. I loved the serenity...

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  • 80. Istana Kampong Glam - Malay Heritage Centre

    Istana Kampong Glam was formerly a palace to Singapore's Sultans and now is the Malay Heritage Centre. A nice old building, it is set amongst some very nice gardens. The Malay Heritage Museum has...

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  • 81. 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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  • 82. 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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  • 83. Tiong Bahru Market

    Updated 4/4/04: The old market is no more! All the stalls have moved to a temporary site about 500m away. If you have enough time, keep a morning free to visit a local market to have a taste of the...

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  • 84. Carlsberg Sky Tower

    Carlsberg Sky Tower has the height of 110 meters(360 ft).Its cabin capacity has 72 persons with a lifting speed of 1.2 m per second. The tower gives you a 360° bird's eye view . Located on Sentosa...

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  • 85. Palawan Beach - Sentosa

    At Palawan Beach is where you reach the Southernmost point of Continental Asia via a suspension bridge. Feel the thrill as you feel the swaying of the bridge while you traverse the stretch of the...

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  • 86. Imbiah Lookout

    I've been to this place 3x and only found out recently that you can ENTER the Merlion! For just S$8, you get a ticket to enter and a COIN to feed the merlion babies inside. First you get to walk thru...

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  • 87. Victoria Concert Hall

    The grand old dame of Singapore theatres, the Victoria Theatre has been a focal point for Singapore's performing arts since colonial days. With a sitting capacity of 900, it's the ideal place for...

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  • 88. Cinemania

    The Cinemania is a dynamic simulation theatre equipped with advanced projection systems and computer synchronised motion seats. Get on a heart-racing, adrenaline-pumping ride through tunnels and steep...

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  • 89. Clifford Pier

    This is the Clifford Pier, a structured that stands in front of singapore highrise building. A slow walk from the UOB plaza to the pier wasn't that far. Indeed its a good experience strolling down...

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  • 90. Crocodile Farm

    I would recommend that you give this very run down un-"attraction" a very big miss. Singapore's answer to Steve Irwin is under the impression that visitors to his unfortunate exhibit will want to...

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  • 91. Changi Airport

    One of the businest in the world, Changi Airport seems the focal point for East Asia or the Eastern World In case you need a smoke, Ask for Sunflower Garden. It is on the upper level, next to some...

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  • 92. Singapore City Gallery - URA

    The Urban Redevelopment Authority houses a gallery about the development of Singapore city. Sounds boring? It's not! You get to see a lot of interesting things and it's a very good way to learn more...

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  • 93. Red Dot Design Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is the "hotbed of design & creativity" in Singapore. Open Monday, Tuesday & Friday: 11am to 6pm Saturday & Sunday: 11 to 8pm Adults: SGD 5 Students: SGD 3 Children: SGD 3 (under 12) Seniors:...

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  • 94. Fullerton Hotel

    Ride in a converted Vietnam War amphibious craft from Suntec City and drive into the water for a scenic harbour tour. You get great views of the Merlion with the Fullerton Hotel in the background...

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  • 95. National Archives Of Singapore

    If you are interested in the history of Singapore, and personally the only thing I find interesting about Singapore is its history, this is a good place to visit. Old photographs document the...

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  • 96. Kenko Fish Foot Spa

    I have always wanted to try this, but just couldn't face the thought of it. But on this trip, on a face your fears day, I took the plunge! The benefits of these little 'Dr Fish' are: * natural...

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  • 97. Bras Basah Road

    the bras basah road is connected to the end of orchard road and is not on the usual tourist list but in the area, there are lots of interesting sights and things to do. On a Leisure Walk on this road...

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  • 98. Mustafa Centre

    The Mustafa Centre is a must if you Singapore. The story behind Mustafas is just as amazing as the first impression of the place. Owned by Mustaq Ahmad, it was a retail empire started by his father,...

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  • 99. Christmas Light-up

    Come to Singapore during Christmas season and experience the annual Fairytale Christmas Light-Up Tour on board the open-top Hippo bus. The tour brings you for a spin along Orchard Road, where you will...

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  • 100. Spa Botanica

    Spa Botanica offers a peaceful respite. Located in a lush, tropical garden with 6 outdoor treatment pavilions and baths and showers named after local flowers. The spa has many remarkable amenities...

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