With towering Supertrees up to 16 storeys high that illuminate at night and rare plants from around the world in climate-controlled conservatories, Gardens by the Bay is an attraction that must be seen to be believed. The man-made gardens in the Marina Bay area cover 101 hectares and contain more... more »
This nocturnal zoo is a must for any visitor to Singapore. The family-friendly safari park offers the chance to see leopards, tigers, sloth bears, hyenas, hippos, zebras, elephants, rhinoceros and more. The best way to see it is on a 40-minute guided tram ride that takes you across seven geographical... more »
Since opening in its present form in 1859, the Singapore Botanic Gardens have played an integral role in the city’s reputation as one of Asia’s greenest cities. This sprawling 74-hectare urban oasis acts as a green lung in the heart of a shimmering steel city, attracting thousands of nature-lovers each... more »
What better way to experience Marina Bay Sands in all its resplendent glory than with a bird’s eye view from above? SkyPark is perched some 200 metres above Singapore’s bustling city streets and commands an impressive view over the shimmering bay below.
Its crowning glory is a spectacular 150-metre long infinity... more »
Right from the get go the Singapore Zoo made itself known as an industry leader where animals roam free in open, natural landscapes to the delight of visitors and the comfort of the wildlife. Formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens, the grounds are set in the midst of the... more »
Vertigo sufferers may wish to look away but one of Singapore's most popular attractions is the towering Singapore Flyer. Standing a dizzying 165-metres tall – or a staggering 42 storeys – this massive structure remains the world's largest ferris wheel.
Built over a period of three years and completed in 2008,... more »
Film buffs and thrill seekers will delight in an outing to Universal Studios Singapore, Southeast Asia's lone Universal theme park jam-packed with movie magic. If you're expecting run-of-the-mill American attractions, think again – the majority of the experiences here have been designed specifically for Singapore. Universal Studios promises a great... more »
If you're after sun, sand and at least some degree of surf, look no further than Singapore's Sentosa Island. Once a military fortress, these days the island is a playground for world-weary Singaporeans and travellers alike.
One of Sentosa's most obvious attractions is its two-kilometre stretch of sheltered beach. Divided into... more »