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Singapore's city centre can be easily accessed from any corner of the island, thanks to an extensive transport network that serves the area with more than 10 MRT stations. Despite its small size, there is an extensive variety of sights and tourist attractions in the city, including waterfront gardens, historical monuments, heritage sites, engaging museums, sightseeing points with panoramic views, and many well-known eateries and entertainment venues.

Visit the latest sights around the Marina Bay, such as the impressive Marina Bay Sands, Singapore's city reservoir and lifestyle destination at the Marina Barrage, and the giant observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. You may also choose to walk around the Padang, which served as the centrestage of much of the island's history, or along the Singapore River, once the lifeline of the city's maritime commerce. With so much to see and do, Singapore's vibrant city centre will charm and fascinate those who visit this cosmopolitan but unique metropolis.

Boat Quay is a historical area that used to be situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River. It was the busiest part of the colonial Singapore, handling three ...
The hottest lifestyle destination in Singapore, Marina Bay is located to the south east of Singapore, in the vicinity of the Central Business District in Raffles Place. L...
The newest addition to Singapore's water catchment areas, the Marina Barrage is not just an integral reservoir for Singapore but a recreational area for boating, windsurf...
If there's one thing Singaporeans are known for, it is coming out to play till the wee hours, and there is no better area to do this than the iconic Clarke Quay. The area...
Walking down Fullerton Road, you'll arrive at the a wide open field, or the Padang, which holds huge national significance. It is now a major recreational area where...
Hailed as an engineering and architectural marvel, the ultra-modern Helix Bridge is fascinating and functional at the same time. Linking Marina Centre to Marina South and...
Visitors travel over 50 floors up from the ION Art Gallery to the staggering two-storey, 6,000 square foot ION SKY Observation Deck on the 55th and 56th levels ...