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Singapore offers more than just high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, and fine dining. There is also a vibrant history and diverse ethnic quarters to discover, along with the many family-friendly attractions and lovely public spaces that make visiting this slightly futuristic city worthwhile.

Singapore has an excellent public transportation system that makes getting around convenient and easy. Once you've gotten a sense of the metro map, you'll have no problem zipping from one part of town to the next. English is spoken everywhere and signs are in English as well. In fact, Singapore is one of the easiest and most comfortable countries to navigate in Southeast Asia. And as long as you're not comparing prices to nearby Thailand or Vietnam, you're in for a lovely stay.

  1. Marina Bay Sands - The opulent Marina Bay Sands resort complex includes a hotel, high-end luxury brands, a mall with a canal running through it, the ArtScience Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark - a vantage point for taking in the entire city. The Skypark's viewing deck and infinity pool are found in the ship (yes, ship) that tops the hotel. Only hotel guests are allowed to use the infinity pool but anyone can visit the observation deck. From the skypark, you can see the innovative double helix bridge, the port, the Gardens by the Bay, and the impressive skyline.
  1. Singapore Flyer - If the observation deck at the Marina Bay Sands doesn't quite do it for you, try taking in high tea while looking out over the city from the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest giant observation wheel. Choose from several different packages that allow you to be served and pampered while enjoying a view that encompasses not only the Singapore skyline, but reaches to the Spice Islands of Indonesia and Malaysia's Straits of Johor.
  1. Gardens by the Bay - Once you've glimpsed this beautifully designed green space,you won't be able to stay away. Wander through the Bay East Garden, perfect for enjoying the vibrant plant life and escaping the city bustle for a moment. You won't want to miss Supertree Grove, where you'll find a cluster of the iconic, futuristic structures designed to perform environmentally sustainable functions. Then, head to the Cloud Forest Dome to see the world's tallest indoor waterfall and learn a bit about biodiversity.
  1. Botanic Gardens - Singapore received its first UNESCO World Heritage nomination for the botanic gardens, and with good reason. The city can sometimes feel like a concrete jungle, albeit a clean and comfortable one, but the botanic gardens preserve pieces of Singapore's wilder heritage. Indeed, you can visit the gardens' heritage trees via walking trail, which are conserved as part of an effort to protect the city's mature tree species. Make sure to visit the impressive National Orchid Garden. Other attractions include an eco-garden, eco-lake, bonsai garden, sculptures, and several other gardens and unique sites.
  1. Chinatown - If you've ever visited China, Singapore's Chinatown neighborhood will bring you right back there. From the small mom-and-pop stores and authentic Chinese food to the bright red lanterns, there's an excitement and hustle in this district. You can visit the Chinese Heritage Centre and see the impressive and beautiful Sri Mariamman Hindu temple. Another temple worth seeing is the Buddha Tooth Relic temple. If you're up early enough (think 4 am), you can hear the morning drum ceremony. Or you can just check out the closing ceremony in the evening after viewing the relic.But this neighborhood is not just a testament to the influence of the Chinese throughout Singapore's past. This is a progressive neighborhood (with free Wi-Fi for all) and it's home to the trendy Ann Siang Hillarea, where the quaint bistros and upscale boutiques could be at home in any Western city.
  1. Little India and Arab Street - The Indian community has a rich history in Singapore, and this enclave dates back more than 200 years. Singapore's name actually derives from the Sanskrit words for Lion City, according to Little India's official website. Today, the neighborhood is a thriving, colorful place where traditional holidays are celebrated, and visitors can observe worship and activity at the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple or purchase saris while mingling with local vendors.In the Arab Quarter, you'll want to visit the historic Sultan Mosque, originally built in 1825. Non-Muslims are not permitted in the prayer hall, though you can appreciate the distinctive golden domes and craftsmanship of the exterior structure. Haji and Bali lanes are especially good spots to shop for something a little more unique than a designer handbag, and you'll also find yourself surrounded by music and food, as there are countless restaurants
  1. Raffles Hotel - This colonial building is one of the world's last grand 19th century hotels, and was once visited by literary luminaries such as Rudyard Kipling and Joseph Conrad, as well as movie star Charlie Chaplin. The classical architecture and tropical gardens provide a refined setting, and represent another facet of Singapore's varied and rich history.
  1. Changi Chapel and Museum - Singapore was not spared the horrors of WWII, and the Changi Chapel and Museum tells the story of those who suffered under Japanese occupation. The museum displays the letters, photographs, drawings, and personal effects that are now testaments to the imprisonment for more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers in Changi Prison.
  1. Singapore Zoo - Billing itself as the world's best rainforest zoo, the Singapore Zoo is a pretty impressive place. The orangutans are particularly impressive, and visitors can watch as babies and adults alike swing high above their platforms and snack on bananas. If the zoo doesn't satisfy your need for getting close to wildlife, there's also the Night Safari, River Safari (including a giant panda forest), and the Jurong Bird Park. For a unique and personal wildlife experience, try the Singapore Zoo Breakfast with the Orangutans. This hassle free tour includes transportation from and to your hotel, allows you a half day to explore the zoo, and has an optional upgrade the enjoy breakfast in the company of the zoo's much-loved orangutans.
  1. Fort Canning Park - Built in 1859, the fort was an essential site for Singapore's defense. Now in peacetime, the original building is home to modern performing art troupes, and the park regularly sees picnics, concerts, theater performances, and festivals. Other attractions at the park include relics from Singapore's early history, from as far back as the 14th century, and Sir Stamford Raffles' personal bungalow. Guests can also see a replica of the spice market Raffles established in 1822, as well as the ASEAN sculptures that were erected in the 1980s.
  1. Sentosa Island - Siloso Beach is a good spot for getting in beach time, and visitors can play volleyball on free courts or go kayaking and skim-boarding. There are several other beach attractions as well, plus an Underwater World aquarium where you can swim with dolphins. A must-see on Sentosa Island is the Merlion, Singapore's famous statue that has the head of a lion and the body of a fish. You can take an escalator to the top of the statue, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area. Fort Siloso, the country's only preserved fort, is also located on Sentosa Island. Adventurous types will want to check out The Flying Trapeze and the SeaBreeze Water-Sports @ Wave House, where you can try your hand at flying strapped to a water-propelled jet pack.
  1. Orchard Road - One could be forgiven for coming to Singapore and doing nothing but shopping, as this is a world-class city for style and designer chic. The Orchard Road area is a great place to start a shopping spree, as there are high-end stores at every turn. You'd expect nothing less from a neighborhood that boasts 22 malls and six department stores. There are also four movie theaters, including an IMAX, and a KTV karaoke. If you get hungry while burning through all that cash, there are plenty of eateries in the neighborhood serving international cuisines.
  1. The Libraryfor Drinks – and The Study, its sister restaurant; settle in for a unique experience where serious (but unconventional) drinks are served in silly or downright absurd presentations. The services of a barber are also thrown in. Photography strictly not allowed.Address: 47 KeongSaik Road
  2. Potato Head Folkrooftop bar—the outdoor garden is tropical bohemian. Sit among fragrant, exotic flowers, winding down with tiki cocktails served in coconut cups.Address: 36 KeongSaik Road
  3. The Cufflink Club - This chic bar serves up sexy cocktails (try the Nordic Hipster, an intense yet light mix of gin, dark cherries and cinnamon) and plays great hip hop. The Cufflink Club is especially great on Thursdays, after a quick bite at Esquina next door.Address: 6 JiakChuan Road
  4. Bespoke - the relatively new D.Bespoke bar exudes an immaculate gentlemen’s club vibe, where owner DaikiKanetaka—Esquire China’s Best Bartender of the Year three years running—crafts sophisticated cocktails with theatrical finesse while sporting double-breasted suits. Address: 2 Bukit Pasoh Road
  5. The Study - Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton is behind this new casual pint-sized bistro—They serve British comfort food—roasted pumpkin, kale and basil pesto and English ale snapper fish and chips, mushy peas and tartar sauce—all taken up a notch in terms of sophistication.Address: 49 KeongSaik Road
  6. Restaurant André - Ranked #37 in the world and #6 in Asia according to San Pellegrino’s 50 Best List 2014, André Chiang’s temple of gastronomy is a sensual, intellectual, exciting and expensive indulgence. His French nouvelle cuisine is an experience to be savoured, with food coming out dressed as haute edible art and based on the culinary principle he has coined—Octaphilosophy.Address: 41 Bukit Pasoh Road
  7. Burnt Ends - Opened by celebrity chef André Chiang (of Restaurant André) and renowned hotelier LohLikPeng, Burnt Ends is a refined version of chef Dave Pynt’s popular barbecue pop-up in London, called ‘Burnt Enz’. Come here to sample laidback but seriously good wood-fired grilled fare that’s cooked in their custom-built four-ton oven. Address: 20 Teck Lim Road
  8. Woo Bar - this modern, surrealist, young-at-heart space is in the W Hotel. Expect hanging cocoon chairs, birdcage lamps and trippy music to accompany your modern, molecular drinks.Address: W Hotel Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way
  9. Bob’s Bar - lounge on a breezy day bed and take in the gorgeous view of the sea. Perched on the upper veranda of the Capella Singapore, Bob’s Bar serves luscious Havana-inspired drinks. Address: Capella Singapore, 1 The Knolls
  10. TanjongBeach Club - Take a dip in the pool and sip on a Tanjong Sling.Sun, sand, sea and with lots to drink, the Tanjong Beach Club, a sun-kissed escape, is a bar, a restaurant, a pool and golden sunsets on the beach rolled into one. Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk
  11. Saint Pierre -Located in the moneyed neighbourhood of Sentosa Cove, this stalwart of modern French cuisine is the only Relais& Châteaux establishment in Singapore and is famously helmed by local celebrity chef Emmanuel Stroobant. Come to Saint Pierre for “high-quality modern French cuisine with lower price points”, including a superb vegetarian menu. Think ginja-infused cauliflower mousse, court bouillon gel, and cherry tomato topped with wild tarragon. Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-15, Quayside Isle
  12. The Cliff - Perched over the South China Sea, with lovely water installations, split-level dining platforms built over the forest and a stunning view, this restaurant serves great contemporary European cuisine. Address: The Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road
  1. By train - Singapore’s MRT (mass rapid transit) system is probably the fastest way to zip around the city. The extensive rail network means that most of Singapore’s key attractions are within walking distance from an MRT station.You can buy tickets for single trips, but if you intend to use the MRT and basic bus services frequently during your visit, you can buy a Singapore Tourist Pass, a special EZ-Link stored-value card which will allow you unlimited travel for one day (S$10), two days (S$16) or three days (S$20). The cards can be bought at the TransitLink Ticket Office at the following MRT stations: Changi Airport, Orchard, Chinatown, City Hall, Raffles Place, Ang Mo Kio, HarbourFront, Bugis, Lavender and Bayfront.
  1. By taxi - Taxis are comfortable and especially handy if you want to go to places not accessible by the bus or MRT. Cabs here are metered, but there may be surcharges depending on when, where and which company’s taxi you board. To get a rough idea of the final fare, check with the driver on the surcharges and ask for a receipt at the end of the trip.
  1. By bus - Singapore's bus system has an extensive network of routes covering most places in Singapore and is the most economical way to get around, as well as being one of the most scenic.You can pay your bus fare using an EZ-Link stored-value card or the Singapore Tourist Pass, which you tap on the card reader located next to the driver as you board.

1- Merlion, Address: 1 Fullerton Road One Fullerton, Merlion Park, Singapore 049213

Tel: +65 6736 6622

2- UOB Plaza, Address: 80 Raffles Place, Singapore 048624, Tel: +65 6589 8494

3- Satay by the Bay, Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Tel: +65 6538 9956

4- City Hall Building, Address: 3 St. Andrew's Road, Singapore, Singapore

Tel: +65 6271 7000

6- Parliament of Singapore

Address: Parliament House, 1 Parliament Place, Singapore 178880

Tel: +65 6332 6666, E-mail: [email protected]

7- Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, Address: A Queen St, Singapore 188533

Tel: +65 6337 2036, E-mail: [email protected]

8- Church of the Sacred Heart, Address: 111 Tank Rd, Singapore 238069

Tel: +65 6737 9285, E-mail: [email protected]

9- The Singapore Lyric Opera Limited, Address: 155 Waterloo St, Singapore 187962

Tel: +65 6336 1929

10- National Museum Singapore, Address: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Tel: +65 6332 3659

11- Singapore Botanic Gardens,Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Tel: +65 6471 7138

12- East Coast Park, Address: East Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore 4498763.

Tel: +65 1800 471 7300

13- Singapore Zoo, Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826,

Tel: +65 6269 3411, E-mail: [email protected]

14- Sands SkyPark, Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Tel: +65 6688 8888

15- Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, Address: 9 Empress Pl, Singapore 179556

Tel: +65 6908 8818

16- Singapore General Hospital, Address: Outram Road, Singapore 169608

Tel: +65 6222 3322

17- Raffles City Convention Center

Address: 80 Bras Basah Road, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Raffles City, Singapore 189560

Tel: +65 6431 5560

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