Singapore Things to Do

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  • 101. Peranakan Homes

    Most of the old colonial non-government buildings that you get to see are the 2-story shop houses where the first floor is for commercial use while the second floor is where the family who run the...

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  • 102. Candylicious

    QUOTED AS............ "Candylicious is a concept representing fantasy, joy and irreplaceable childhood memories." Wow! Giant Lollipop Trees! I have not long come from the Giant Flower Tree, what...

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  • 103. Victoria Concert Hall

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    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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  • 104. 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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  • 105. 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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  • 106. Festivals

    It's best known for when people eat mooncakes. Besides the common one with sweet brown filling and an egg yolk (looks like a full moon), there are a few others that I haven't seen in North America,...

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  • 107. Railways

    KTM station in Tanjong Pagar has cease operation and shifted to Woodlands at the Malaysian border.The building is a massive structure during the British colonial rule.It has a historical siginificance...

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  • 108. Temples

    Thian Hock Keng Temple "Temple of Heavenly Bliss" was built in 1821 by Chinese Immigrants who were grateful for their safe voyage to Singapore. This was the first place the Chinese settlers would go...

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  • 109. Alkaff Bridge

    Alkaff Bridge was built in 1997 but became famous when the 55 metre bridge was repainted in 2003 by Pacita Abad in 52 different colours that took over a month to finish. Today the bridge is sometimes...

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  • 110. Altitude Gallery

    I'm actually surprised this place hasn't been reviewed before. Maybe because they opened quite recently. I found it through a brochure at the airport and was very satisfied with an overall experience....

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  • 111. MITA Building

    I'm sure if you are walking along Hill Street and see this brightly coloured building, you will have to stop and take a photo!....I did! I had seen brightly coloured modern building's on my walk's,...

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  • 112. 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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  • 113. Massages

    Yes, there are alot of massage centres in Singapore, but depending on the shopping mall... In average, its about $30 for foot massage...its cheaper if you go into the neighbourhood. Of cos' if you go...

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  • 114. Omni Theatre

    The Omni Theatre provides its audiences with an exciting and educational cinema experience. The Omni Theatre is located next to the Singapore Science Centre. It has a uniquely designed theatre...

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  • 115. Food

    Singapore is famous for their food. So many choices and flavors. At-Sunrice they have a great cooking school. Classes are offered during the day and some at night. You can learn Straits-Chinese,...

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  • 116. The Long Bar

    Being in Singapore, one just has to try a Singapore Sling.The Long Bar in Raffles Hotel is where you go. It is mandatory to drop your peanut shells onto the floor, and I am intrigued by this...

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  • 117. Suntec Summit Tour

    Enjoy a panoramic bird's eye view of Singapore from the top of a 45-storey high tower at Suntec City. You will be able to catch a breath taking view of the coastline and the buildings in Central...

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  • 118. Tiger Sky Tower

    The Tiger Sky Tower is Singapore's tallest observatory tower. We thought the view might be good, so we bought our ticket's and went up. There were only six people, so there was plenty of room in the...

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  • 119. Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

    Unlike that in KL. finding a Catholic church in SG is easy. Surprisingly, this oldest church in the city we found at Queen St. didn't look like a church at first glance. This Singapore's first...

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  • 120. VT Meeting

    Look up into the VT Event Calendar before you arrive in Singapore! Make contact with Singaporean VTers in the forum! Start a VT meeting! Meet one VTer? NO way, they come in groups!!! *hehe* During...

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  • 121. Tiger Balm Gardens

    When I was in Singapore on my first visit, the thing that stayed with me all the years, was the beauty of the Tiger Balm gardens. unfortunately it has not been kept in pristine condition and that i...

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  • 122. Fairfield Methodist Church

    ONE MIGHT FEEL LEFT OUT IF THEY WANT TO WORSHIP IN A CHRISTAIN CHURCH IN SINGAPORE ..BUT THERE IS THE FAIRFIELD METHODIST CHURCH YOU CAN CHECK OUT !!!!23rd March, 1947 THE CHURCH HAD IT'S...

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  • 123. 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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  • 124. Bussorah Street

    THIS IS BUSSORAH STREET........ Colonial Singapore Shophouses & Reminders of the Good Old Days. I really liked this street, touristy, but nice! It has 2 sections - one open to vehicles, another only...

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  • 125. Visitors Center

    At Orchard Road, near Cairnhill Road junction (opposite Sommerset MRT) is the Singapore Information Center. It is open late until 9pm and very welcoming and friendly. You can get free maps and...

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