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The range of attractions in Singapore caters to tourists of every age and every sort of interest - from family attractions such as the Singapore Science Centre and Discovery Centre, the famed Singapore Zoo and Botanic Gardens for those who want to escape the urban jungle to a more natural setting, museums, ethnic districts and historical interpretative centres for those who wish to delve into history and culture, and sightseeing walks and spots for the casual tourist. Attractions and sights of interest are situated all around the island, and with so much to see and do in Singapore, we are sure you will find something that will make your journey in Singapore a most memorable one!

Considered one of the best zoos in the world, the Singapore Zoo, which houses over 2500 mammals, birds and reptiles is a must see for any visitor. Well-known for its...
With more than 8,000 birds from 600 species to offer, come meet our feathered friends at the Jurong Bird Park for an entertaining and educational experience! The Jurong B...
Ride the world's largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer, and be entranced by the awe-inspiring views of the city, including Singapore's latest attraction, the Mar...
Get up-close and personal with your favourite animals at the Night Safari, the world's first nocturnal open-concept zoo, home to 1,040 animals of 120 species, receiving o...
Experience snow in Singapore's tropical climate at Snow City, Singapore's first permanent snow centre! With temperatures of -5 degrees Celsius, it covers a vast area of 3...
Launched in 1987, the Singapore River Cruise (SRC) provides visitors with relaxing sightseeing opportunities. Board one of the old-fashioned bumboats, once used to load a...
With over 19 exhibit areas and frequent travelling exhibitions, let the Singapore Science Centre entertain you with educational, quirky and hands-on activities that will ...
Wholesome family fun at Downtown East! With its in-house theme parks, ferris wheel, eateries and Singapore's largest indoor playground, it's excitement for adults and chi...
Flight Experience closely mimics airline flight simulators and delivers a perfectly authentic replica cockpit which completely immerses you in your virtual reality, blurr...
The Singapore Flyer brings to you the Journey of Dreams, a mystical and magical flight experience on the Flyer, which combines educational and entertainment value all in ...
Discover the mystical world of Chinese folklore in an unusual theme park style at Haw Par Villa. It houses over 1000 statues and 150 giant tableaux, all exhibits of ...
Located just beside the popular Science Centre, the Omni-Theatre is Singapore's only IMAX dome theatre. The cinema features crystal clear images and wraparound high-fidel...
The Labrador Secret Tunnels aren't really a secret any more. They're still worth a visit, especially if you're a history buff. These abandoned tunnels were used by the Br...
The Singapore Discovery Centre is a place where creativity meets innovation, promising visitors an enriching and educational tour into the glories of Singapore's past and...
The URA's (Urban Redevelopment Authority) Singapore City Gallery cannot be more rightfully named. Right here, you will get a bird's eye view of the entire city of Singapo...
TigerLIVE is a state-of-the-art attraction that takes visitors on a tour through Singapore's history, and traces the story of Tiger, from its humble beginnings in the 193...
The NEWater Visitor Centre promises fun-filled activities and interactive exhibits to take you on an exciting journey through the water story. Follow the journey of a wat...
The Singapore Crocodile Farm was started around 60 years ago by Mr Tan Gua Chua whose passion for the reptiles made him transform one acre of land around his home into a ...
Set in the lush greenery of Bedok Reservoir Park, the Forest Adventure attraction boasts a series of ropeways that wind through the trees. Tackle obstacles such as ladder...
The G-MAX Reverse Bungy is Singapore's first bungy ride. It is as its name suggests - bungy-jumping in reverse. Built and created in New Zealand, the ride is not for the ...
After the soft opening on 3 April 2013, River Safari Singapore will be the first river-themed animal park in Asia. Visitors will have the chance to take boat rides a...