Top 50 Best Places to Visit in Singapore

Updated on January 17, 2018
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Lady Rain works as a daytime stock trader and writes about crafts and hobbies. She likes to travel when she gets time off.

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Singapore is one of the cleanest and safest cities in the world. The city is so disciplined and orderly that even the trees that lined the main roads are planted every twenty feet apart.

The favourite past times of the local people are shopping and dining at all hours. The island is so well-lighted and busy with shoppers and diners after dark, it is very safe to walk in the streets at night.

Singapore is a shoppers' paradise with great shopping deals everywhere, you can find fashion items ranging from small store bargains to luxurious branded merchandise. For those who are crazy about cool electronic gadgets and unlimited internet, there are heaps of shops selling the best electronics equipped with the latest technology.

You will not go hungry in this food-crazed country. You can find restaurants, cafes, foodcourts and hawker food stalls everywhere. Many food stalls open 24 hours and you can find a darn good place to eat at 3.00am in the morning.

Here is a list of the best places to visit in Singapore.

The Esplanade
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1. The Merlion

The Merlion is a symbol that represents Singapore. It is a mystical creature which is half mermaid and half lion. It has the head of a lion and body of a mermaid. This 8.6 metre tall merlion statue stands at the Marina Bay waterfront looking towards the sea.

2. Changi International Airport

Changi International Airport is one of the best airports in the world with hundreds of awards under its belt. It has full facilities for travellers from babies to adult with special needs, children's playground, several open-air gardens, fitness and spa centres, a transit hotel, internet services, a post office, medical clinics and pharmacies, restaurants, swimming pool and napping areas. The free Skytrain service transports passengers between the four terminals. Passengers in transit with over 5 hours to spare can also register for a free tour of the city. The mass rapid transit trains (MRT), public buses, taxis and free shuttle buses bring visitors to and from the airport.

Shops in transit area at Terminal 3
Shops in transit area at Terminal 3 | Source
Sunflower Garden at Changi Airport
Sunflower Garden at Changi Airport | Source
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3. Orchard Road

For first-time visitors, one of the first Singapore places to go is Orchard Road. Every tourist in Singapore must take a walk along Orchard Road. There used to be spice and fruit plantations here in the mid 1800s. In the 1970s, commercial development on Orchard Road began with the emergence of major shopping malls and entertainment centres. It is a popular shopping precinct for locals, expatriates and tourists.

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4. Esplanade

Nicknamed "The Durian" because it resembles the smelly durian fruit, the Esplanade is a performing arts centre with all the events and happenings. It has theatres, a library and art galleries at the centre.

5. Singapore River

Take a river taxi cruise along the Singapore River for some spectacular views of the city's skyline. Pass by the Merlion, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay and Marina Bay. See the contrasts of Singapore's rejuvenated colonial buildings along the riverside with the modern skyscrapers in the background.

6. Statue of Sir Stamford Raffles

Sir Stamford Raffles landed in Singapore on January 29, 1819 and thus began the colonial rule in Singapore until its independence on August 9, 1965. The statue in Boat Quay denotes the site where Sir Stamford Raffles first landed.

Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay | Source

7. Clarke Quay and Boat Quay

These two attractions are built around the Singapore River and are great places to hang out at night. There are several blocks of restored warehouse buildings converted to entertainment spots, retail shops, restaurants, wine bars and nightclubs.

8. Vivo City

Vivo City is the largest shopping mall at the Harbour Front. It is a shoppers' paradise with hundreds of shops, restaurants and entertainment centres.

9. Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam has the largest mosque, the Sultan Mosque which was constructed in 1928. There is also the Istana Kampong Glam which was converted to the Malay Heritage Park.

Cathedral of the Good Shepherd
Cathedral of the Good Shepherd | Source

10. Sim Lim Square

Sim Lim Square is the best place to shop for home theatres, cameras, computers, laptops, ipods and everything relating to electronics and IT. Another shopping centre called Funan Centre also has plenty of electronic goods and IT stores.

11. Fountain of Wealth

The Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City is the world’s largest fountain. There is a laser show at night when the fountain is all lighted up with dazzling displays of lights.

12. Cathedral of The Good Shepherd

Built in 1846, the Cathedral of The Good Shepherd is located in the heart of the city in Queen Street. The cathedral has had numerous renovations done over the years and it is a popular place for Catholic worshippers in the city.

Sri Mariamman Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple | Source

13. Sri Mariamman Temple

The Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore's oldest Hindu temple situated on South Bridge Road. It was first set up in 1827 and has a huge variety of Indian deities carved on the walls and rooftop of the temple. Every year there is a fire walking festival celebrated at the temple and the event attracts hundreds of visitors to the temple.

14. Singapore Botanic Gardens

Enjoy a morning leisurely stroll at the Botanic Gardens. It was built on 52 hectares of land with many specimens of flora found in nicely manicured gardens.

15. Geylang Serai

Singapore's Malay community like to hang out in Geylang Serai. Come and visit this cheerful place which is lined with shops selling Malay cultural items, restaurants with halal food and Malay traditional items.

Cable Car to Mount Faber
Cable Car to Mount Faber | Source

16. Mount Faber

Travel by cable car to Mount Faber from the Harbour Front Station or Sentosa Station. You can get panoramic views of the harbour, Sentosa Island and other islands from the top of Mount Faber. The cable car service also runs in the evening for those who wants to enjoy views of the surrounding areas at night.

17. Downtown East

Children love this place. At Downtown East there is plenty of entertainment for everyone. There are theme parks, resorts, food outlets, shops and gaming zones. The Wild Wild Wet is Singapore's largest water theme park. The arcades and gaming centres are great entertainment areas for children.

18. St James Power Station

This is a one stop music and entertainment hub at the Harbour Front. It has about a dozen nightclubs with live entertainment, most of the nightclubs open until the wee hours in the morning.

Chinatown Heritage Centre
Chinatown Heritage Centre | Source

19. Chinatown Heritage Centre

The Chinatown Heritage Centre occupies three restored shophouses on Pagoda Street. This museum reveals the lives of early migrants to Singapore who came from China to settle in Chinatown.

20. Little India

Little India lies along Serangoon Road. This is where a vast community of Tamils hang out. There are several Hindu temples, mosques and churches in Little India which also reflects multiculturalism in Singapore.

21. Chijmes

Chijmes was a Catholic convent built in 1840 and has been restored and converted to a commercial building. The chapel is now a function hall and the other parts of the complex have been converted to shops and restaurants. A nice spot to hang out for a drink and chat.

Haw Par Villa
Haw Par Villa | Source

22. Chinese Garden

Take the train to Chinese Garden Station. The Chinese Garden is a park located next to the train station. The concept of this park is based on Chinese arts and designs. Some of the attractions at the park are the pagodas, bonsai garden, bridges and a tortoise museum.

23. Empress Place Building

The Empress Place Building is a historical building situated on the northern bank of the Singapore River. It used to be government offices during the colonial times but is now a museum and one of the major landmarks in Singapore.

24. Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa was originally called Tiger Balm Gardens because it was built by the founders of Tiger Balm products. The Haw Par Villa mythological theme park features thousands of statues from Chinese folklores, history and legends. Visitors also get to view live acrobatic shows and puppet shows from Chinese folklore stories.

Image is provided by Madame Tussauds Singapore for this article.
Image is provided by Madame Tussauds Singapore for this article. | Source
Image is provided by Madame Tussauds Singapore
Image is provided by Madame Tussauds Singapore | Source

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Located on Sentosa Island, Madame Tussauds Singapore is worth a visit.

Experience the ultimate close encounters with your favourite celebrities, world leaders and other heroes. Take lots of selfies with Johnny Depp, Nicole Kidman, Jacky Chan, David Beckham, Brad Pitt and many more personalities. With over 60 life-sized figures on display, you could be totally star-strucked in no time!

Also at Madame Tussauds Singapore, visitors can walk the green carpet with Bollywood stars or get some adrenaline rush driving Formula One cars on full sized virtual reality simulators. If that's too stimulating, take a more relaxing fantasy boat ride on the ‘Spirit of Singapore’.

While you are there, take a look into the history of Singapore by visiting Images of Singapore LIVE.

25. Resorts World Sentosa

Until 2010, Singapore did not have a casino, and there were many concerns and disapprovals among the locals before the casinos were built. The casino at Resorts World Sentosa opened in February 2010. A few months later, another casino at the Marina Bay Sands opened and Singapore now has two casinos within kilometres of each other.

26. Universal Studios Singapore

Officially opened in 2011, this attraction is the second Universal Studios theme park to open in Asia. The Universal Studios theme park occupies an area of 20 hectares and is part of the Resorts World Sentosa. There are seven theme zones with each zone having its own attractions. Visitors can enjoy rides, movies, live shows and other entertainment at the theme park.

27. Marina Bay Sands

You will not miss the three monstrous towers of Marina Bay Sands which stands at the Marina Bay waterfront. Apart from the casino, the Marina Bay Sands also has a shopping mall, resorts, museums, theatres, an ice skating rink and a swimming pool with a vanishing edge on the Skydeck.

Far Far Away Castle at Universal Studios Singapore
Far Far Away Castle at Universal Studios Singapore | Source
Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands | Source
Singapore Flyer at night.
Singapore Flyer at night. | Source

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28. The Singapore Flyer

Enjoy breathtaking views of the Marina Bay on the Singapore Flyer, the tallest ferris wheel in the world. It stands at the Marina Promenade which is part of the reclaimed land in Singapore.

29. Helix Bridge

The Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that links Marina South to Marina Centre. The bridge is lighted up at night with special lighting effects highlighting the double helix structure.

30. Marina Barrage

The Marina Barrage is a dam in the city that was constructed to control the water supply in the catchment area in the Marina Bay. As with all man-made structures in Singapore, the Marina Barrage is a tourist attraction and is opened to the public for tours and viewing.

Supertrees and walkway with Marina Sands in the background against the evening sky.
Supertrees and walkway with Marina Sands in the background against the evening sky. | Source

31. Gardens on the Bay

Not far from the Marina Barrage is a public park called Gardens on the Bay. The construction of the park was based on sustainability and conservation of the environment. The main attractions in the gardens are the different species of tropical plants found in the area, a couple of conservatories and the giant tree-like structures called Supertrees. Visitors can stroll along an elevated walkway between the Supertrees.

Lau Pa Sat
Lau Pa Sat | Source

32. Fort Canning Park

Fort Canning Park is a hill within the CBD of Singapore that is often used as a venue for outdoor concerts and music shows. There are several areas of interests at the park including some historical structures from the colonial times. The Hotel Fort Canning was formerly a military headquarters now converted to a hotel. Other structures in the area include a memorial, gothic gates and cannons.

33. Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat is situated right next to Shenton Way in the heart of Singapore's CBD area. This is Singapore's first market which was initially a wooden building when it was built in the early 19th century. It is now a foodcourt area with variety of foodstalls serving thousands of people working in the nearby offices.

Bukit Batok Nature Park
Bukit Batok Nature Park | Source

34. Singapore Art Museum

The Singapore Art Museum used to be St. Joseph's Institution, a catholic school run by La Salle Brothers. It was built in 1867 and designed by a French priest. The former classrooms of this old school have been converted into galleries. The chapel is now an auditorium but most of the original elements of the chapel still remain.

35. Bukit Batok Nature Park

This Nature Park lies across the new housing estates in Bukit Batok New Town. This park used to be a quarry site. The excavated granite surface together with a quarry lake are now part of the features of the park where visitors can see some exotic wildlife and marine animals.

36. Eurasian Heritage Centre

Singapore has a multicultural population including a community of Eurasians who are descendants of Europeans who came to the region between the 16th and 18th centuries. The main groups of European comprised of Portuguese, Dutch and British who later settled in the area and married the local people. The Eurasian Heritage Centre situated in Katong provides interesting insights of the Eurasian people and culture in Singapore.

Flamingos at the Jurong Bird Park
Flamingos at the Jurong Bird Park | Source

37. Sentosa Island

Sentosa's old name Pulau Blakang Mati meant Island of the Dead Behind. Since the 1980s, Sentosa Island has developed rapidly into a tourist area with many man-made attractions like the Underwater World, Wax Museum, Songs of the Sea, Butterfly Park, hotels and recently the opening of Resorts World Sentosa. Sentosa is accessible by public buses, cable cars, taxis and trains.

38. Jurong Bird Park

There are several thousand birds at the Jurong Bird Park from over 300 species of birds. Visitors can use the monorail to go around the park to view the many displays of birds. There are also bird exhibits and daily live shows at the park.

39. Singapore Crocodile Farm

The Crocodile Farm is located on Upper Serangoon Road and is open to public. The farm also conducts educational tours of the farm for school children.

East Coast Park
East Coast Park | Source

40. The Singapore Crocodilarium

The Singapore Crocodilarim is in East Coast Parkway and has over 1000 varieties of reptiles. There are large collections of reptiles of different species including the crocodiles. The crocodiles here are reared for their skins for fashion accessories.

41. Jurong Reptile Park

The Jurong Reptile Park is located opposite the Jurong Bird Park. It has over 50 species of reptiles and hundreds of crocodiles. There are also feeding sessions and live shows for visitors to the park.

42. East Coast Park

A popular picnic place among local Singaporeans, the 185-hectare East Coast Park is the largest park in Singapore. It has facilities for cycling, squash, water sports, rollerblading, swimming, and barbeque pits for picnics.

White Tigers at Singapore Zoo
White Tigers at Singapore Zoo | Source

43. Science Centre Singapore

The Science Centre is a great educational place for children. It has hundreds of science and technological exhibits.There is also an Omni Theatre, Snow City and Observatory in the area.

44. Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo has an open concept, displaying the animals in naturalistic environments. Visitors and animals are separated by moats and low shrubs for maximum viewing experience. Only the dangerous animals are displayed behind glass shielded enclosures. There are also animal shows during the day. Visitors can also ride the tram that goes around the zoo.

45. Night Safari

The Night Safari is the world's first nocturnal zoo. It is an open-air zoo and only opens at night and has over 1000 nocturnal animals on display. There are also performances presented by the zoo animals.

Civilian War Memorial
Civilian War Memorial | Source

46. Dream Fish Arowana Farm

This is the largest arowana breeding farm situated in Lim Chu Kang. With dozens of fish ponds on the farm, this is a paradise for arowana fish lovers.

47. MacRitchie Nature Trail

Enjoy a stroll on the MacRitchie Nature Trail and see the rubber trees, tropical rainforests and vegetation. A popular place for nature lovers and fitness conscious people having a workout or jogging.

48. The Civilian War Memorial

This memorial was built in memory of those who were killed in World War II. Located in a parkland near to City Hall Station, it is said that the remains of some of the unidentified civilians are buried under the monument.

49. Orchidville

The orchid is the national flower of Singapore. The largest orchid farm in Singapore, Orchidville has a wide selection of exotic and rare orchids. The orchids are grown on the premises and available for export and retail sales.

Mangroves at Pulau Ubin
Mangroves at Pulau Ubin | Source
Sisters' Islands
Sisters' Islands | Source

Other Islands

50. Kusu Island

Kusu Island (also known as Tortoise Island) is accessible by ferry from Marina South Pier. It is located about 6km from Singapore. On the island there is a Chinese temple, several shrines, a wishing well and Tortoise Sanctuary.

51. Pulau Hantu

Pulau Hantu means Ghost Island. Despite its name, Pulau Hantu is a popular destination for outdoor adventures, swimming, fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling. It has a wide variety of marine sea life in the waters.

52. Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is another island off Singapore, it is a great place for cycling and outdoor activities. Travel by bumboat from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Explore the beaches and mangrove areas on your own or take a guided tour of the island. This island has animals and plants that are already extinct in many parts of the world.

53. Sisters' Islands

There are two islands located south of Singapore called Big Sister's Island and Little Sister's Island, separated from each other by a narrow but dangerous channel. The islands are popular places for picnic, snorkeling and camping.

Penalty Signs
Penalty Signs | Source

Singapore is a FINE city.

To keep the country clean and tidy, there are rules everywhere, including no littering, no spitting on the ground, do not cross the road except at the pedestrian lights, no consuming of food on public transports and no urinating in lifts.

Offenders will have to pay heavy fines. Another penalty is the Corrective Work Order (CWO) which requires offenders to wear luminous workclothes embossed with the letters CWO and then make them clean up public areas. The punishment obviously works, who in their right mind would want to be named and shamed in public?

Places to see in Singapore


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      NIk 4 months ago

      Thanks for explain this Place. it's very useful & Informative for me.

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      Le Trong Ha 11 months ago

      The ambition to go to Singarpore is the ambition which began when i was very small.i'm going to make it become real.Singapore-a beautiful place, a wonderful country.What an interesting tourguide!

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      genmartsg 21 months ago

      This is a good hub. Very informative. Our country is good place to be in especially during festive seasons. Christmas in Orchard, Chinese New Year in China Town, Deepavalli in Little India, serangoon and the coming fasting month and Hari Raya in Geylang serai. These places came to live with glitters of colourful lights. It is a wonderful experience.

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      Marc 2 years ago

      I live here.

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      Audrey DS 2 years ago from MNL | PH

      Great hub! I shall bookmark this for future reference :)

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      Manu 2 years ago

      Very helpful hubpages...

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      3 years ago

      Nice beautiful

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      heshan 3 years ago

      singapore is great!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Padamyar 3 years ago

      A wonderful list, very informative indeed

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      Cloudlee 3 years ago from Vietnam

      Nice place to visit! I will come back it soon

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      aiko 3 years ago

      What a wonderful list of places to check out and visit in Singapore.... we plan to go this coming feb10 need help no idea yet

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      pradeep 4 years ago

      Very efficiently written information. It will be priceless to anybody who uses it, together with myself. Sustain the good work – for positive i will try extra posts.

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      oldiesmusic 4 years ago from United States

      It seems Singapore has endless possibilities to have shop, eat out and to have fun! Who knew that this little nation had so much to offer? It looks like I wanna go there! Thanks so much for this hub. :)

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      Rachel 4 years ago

      Hi! I m a Singaporean and I really recommend people to come here for holiday. @lady rain The food in Singapore is really tasty and i guess that's the reason I am fat :)

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      Shops along Haji Lane change frequently and you can find lots of nice clothings and fashion items that are not available elsewhere. I hope you'll have a great time in Singapore next year. Thank you for voting :)

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      Levy Tate 4 years ago from California, USA

      Going there next year, so this is perfect! Another spot I'm excited to see is the Haji Lane -- really keen to visit those boutique stores!

      Thanks for sharing :) Voted up!

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      AvineshP, I hope you'll have a wonderful time in Singapore. Thank you for leaving a comment here.

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      Avinesh Prahladi 4 years ago from Chandigarh

      As I am to visit Singapore, this hub will surely help me in exploring the mentioned places. Thanks Lady rain.

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      tastiger04, it's nice to hear you were born in Singapore. I am sure you can't wait to eat all those delicious food when you go back there! Thank you for voting :)

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      tastiger04 4 years ago

      Great list! I was born in Singapore but I have not been to all these places. I do love the Merlion though! Great hub I can't wait to go back! :) voted up!

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      travelholidays 4 years ago from India

      My first votes go to Orchard Road, Gardens on the Bay and Sentosa Island. Wants to visit Singapore soon for its fantastic tourist spots . The discipline information in Singapore is very good I like the content below 'Singapore is a FINE city.' . Useful Hub :)

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      srsddn, thank you for sharing your holiday experience with us. I hope you'll get more time to visit the other places on your next trip to Singapore. Thank you for voting, too.

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      srsddn 4 years ago from Dehra Dun, India

      lady rain, I wish I could have one more trip to Singapore. I agree with your observations about Singapore and found it a beautiful and disciplined country. But I could not see more than 7-8 places enlisted by you. Many be next time I get more time to roam around and appreciate other tourist spots of Singapore. Thanks of sharing the list. Voted up.

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      Vacation Trip, that's fantastic! Thank you for stopping by and voting :)

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      Susan 4 years ago from India

      Great hub with excellent photos. Now I need to plan a trip to Singapore after reading your hub. Voted up.

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      r3z4_1x, I'm glad this article helps you in planning your next trip to Singapore. I trust you'll have a great time there!

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      r3z4_1x 4 years ago

      I'm from Indonesia, I several times going to singapore but this web is very useful for me to arrange the place i want to visit. Thank you Lady rain. I bookmarked this page

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      Frangipanni, that's great! You can start planning your next trip now... ;)

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      Frangipanni 4 years ago

      Have actually been thinking of going to Singapore for my next holidays. You have inspired me to go even more. Thanks

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      corapicgiyim, I'm pleased to hear you've visited some of the places in Singapore :)

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      lady rain 4 years ago from Australia

      johndnathan, yes.. Singapore is a great stop over for travellers visiting South-east Asia. Thank you for your feedback :)

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      Çorap İç Giyim 4 years ago from Istanbul-Turkey

      I have seen a few of those places. It was a great experience for me. But, :) we have similar and sometimes much more interesting places here in Istanbul. We hope to see all friends soon in Turkey.

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      John D Nathan 4 years ago from Dallas, Texas. USA

      This is an excellent list. I heard that if you want to visit Southeast Asia that Singapore is a recommended first stop to get yourself acquainted with the area.

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      shahpriya 5 years ago

      Yes yes ..hope so soon..:)

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      shahpriya, thank you, I hope you get to visit all those places in Singapore :)

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      shahpriya 5 years ago

      Great much in detail information about the places in singapore!! Would love to visit them.. Thanks..Cheers!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Mike Robbers, thank you for your comment and encouragement!

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      Mike Robbers 5 years ago from London

      Thumbs up! A very useful and informative article! Keep up the good work! Cheers!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Glass-Jewelry, Singapore was already a popular destination in southeast Asia back in the seventies. Thank you for stopping by to share some good memories, and for voting, too!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Magdaleine, I appreciate your comment here, thanks!

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      Marco Piazzalunga 5 years ago from Presezzo, Italy

      A list of 50 things to see is amazing, especially if it's 50 things all of them unique and extraordinary to see, really unusual for any other normal city.

      I remember my father, when he made several trips to Singapore in the seventies, very often appointed the magnificent hotels, including Jaja-Puri hotel where inside, the lobby I believe, had been set up a real equatorial garden.

      Voted Beautiful, and if available I would have voted Extraordinary!

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      Magdaleine 5 years ago

      Singapore is one of my favourite places to visit. Great article, thanks for sharing. I should come again to Singapore.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      cianeko, you are absolutely right..

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Hezekiah, most, if not all, of the sightseeing places are open the whole year round, and the humidity stays the same anyway. It narrows down to when you can get the best deal for the air tickets. I book my tickets when the airlines have special deals :)

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      Cianeko Abueva 5 years ago

      Interesting place to visit...

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      Hezekiah 5 years ago from Japan

      Perfect, I live in Japan (not born here) so close but never been. Flight are soooo cheap there but was wondering was the best season would be? Seems humid all the time.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      rumanasaiyed, I'm pleased to know you visited Changi Airport, it has great facilities for transit passengers. Thank you for your votes :)

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      Rumana 5 years ago from Sharjah, UAE

      I have only visited Singapore Airport.. But it was just amazing. Interesting hub..Voted up interesting!!!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      CZCZCZ, Singapore is a great destination to have a stopover, I hope you get to visit the country on your next trip to the Philippines.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      aspop, you're absolutely right, Singapore is on another whole level of awesome!

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      CZCZCZ 5 years ago from Oregon

      What a wonderful list of places to check out and visit in Singapore. My wife and I have discussed taking a trip there either before or after our next trip back to the Philippines. I am saving this hub to have a bunch of fun ideas when we get the chance to travel here.

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      Jen 5 years ago from Texas

      Ugh, I want to go so bad! All of South East Asia is interesting to me, but Singapore is on another level of awesome. (:

      Thanks for the guide!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Riviera Rose, I hope you'll get to see many more places on your next trip to Singapore! Thank you for your comment :)

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      Riviera Rose 5 years ago from South of France

      Wow, I thought I knew Singapore relatively well, but I hadn't heard of many of those places! Must get back sooner rather than later. Great hub, thanks!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Jason Jones, thank you for your feedback on Sentosa, much appreciated!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Samith Jhon, thank you for stopping by, I'm glad you like this hub :)

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      Jason Jones Japan 5 years ago from Japan

      Sentosa Island is very nice, they made a great job of that

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      Samith Jhon 5 years ago from Los Angeles, California

      Really Informative and interesting hub.I love to visit the different countries & places .I think this hub guide me to much great hub.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      SINewsome, it's great to know you've been there. Thank you for your comment!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      carolinabinkoster, I hope you get to visit Singapore very soon!

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      Sophie Newsome 5 years ago from New York

      Such an amazing place! I hope to go back one day and visit more places. Nice hub.

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      Carolina Bin 5 years ago from London

      After reading your article I have a great desire to go visiting this amazing city!

      Very interesting.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      livewirez, I'll have to agree to that!

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      Romel Tarroza 5 years ago from Pearl of the Orient Sea

      Singapore is really a great tourist destination...

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      freecampingaussie, it's nice to hear you are planning a stopover in Singapore. The humidity level is very high the whole year round, and there is plenty of rainfall between November and March. Watch out for thunder (really LOUD!!) and lightning before the rain!

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      freecampingaussie 5 years ago from Southern Spain

      Hi, What a helpful hub as we are planning on visiting Singapore soon. I was going to book a 3 day stop over but looking at this we need at least a week . I am not to keen on the heat as where we are at the moment is very hot (up to 43) & humid . What is it like in Febuary ?

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Aussieteacher, I'm pleased to hear you love the place and have seen most of the attractions. There's so much to do in Singapore and never a dull moment. Thank you for stopping by and leaving comment.

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      Di 5 years ago from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

      It is one of my favourite places in the world - I love it. I have seen MOST of those places on the list.

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      Theodore S. Sumrall 5 years ago from Fl, USA

      That's a huge fine to pay!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      theodoresumrall, there are some people who just never learn after serving the CWO, but when the Singapore government introduced a fine of $5000 for littering, it effectively reduced the number of offenders by half. Thank you for your kind comment.

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      Theodore S. Sumrall 5 years ago from Fl, USA

      The idea of CWO sounds great! This is also true who would want to be named and shamed in public.

      Thank you Lady Rain for sharing informative hub, here.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      agusfanani, thank you for sharing your experience on the Singapore Flyer. I am sure you had a very memorable holiday in Singapore.

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      agusfanani 5 years ago from Indonesia

      Cool information . I've tried to ride Singapore Flyer and it was great to view Singapore by this ride at its culmination point.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      itsmejohnsmith, thank you for your feedback. I hope you'll have a lovely trip to Singapore. Have fun!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Thank you snakooz!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      logoquiz, it's great to hear that you've been to Singapore. I hope you get to explore more places on your next visit :)

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      George Lancaster 5 years ago from London

      Fantastic hub, I am planning a trip to Singapore in 2013 and this has really helped me out! Very comprehensive list with no pointless entries or useless locations. Brilliant.

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      snako0z 5 years ago

      great hub

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      Missy 5 years ago from London

      Great hub, I only wish I'd discovered it before going to Singapore! I loved the architecture there, amazing buildings! Will have to go back to do the rest of this list now now. Thank you:)

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      worldtravelexpert, the Raffles Hotel is definitely worth a visit and to have a sip of the iconic drink! Cheers! Thank you for your comment :)

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      Kirsty Stuart 5 years ago from London, UK

      Great hub - really detailed. I had to read it as I was intrigued to find out if there were really that many things to do in Singapore and of course there are. I also think visiting the Raffles Hotel for a Singapore Sling is in order for a good trip to Singapore! Well done again for a great hub.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      safiq ali patel, many thanks for your feedback, cheers! :)

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      safiq ali patel 5 years ago from United States Of America

      An absolutely spectacular hub. Just amazing thank you.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      tabrezrocks, yes there are many places in different countries sharing the same names, especially famous places and landmarks. Thank you for stopping by :)

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      Md Tabrez Alam 5 years ago from Calcutta, India

      hey really it is a nice place to visit, i think some of the place's name are taken by Kolkata(India) from here like esplanade etc.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      ignugent17, I'm glad you like this article. Thank you for leaving a comment :)

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      guy, there are toilets located in all the shopping malls and most public areas. The most impressive toilets can be found at the Singapore Zoo, where the toilets are surrounded by natural vegetation and wildlife sounds.

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      ignugent17 5 years ago

      Very beautiful. Thanks sharing the information. :-)

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      guy 5 years ago

      might want to visit a toilet as well

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      CraftyMcClever, I hope you get to experience the Singapore cultures and traditions in the near future. Thank you for your kind comment :)

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      Cecelia Kramer 5 years ago from Everywhere but mostly Cali

      such beautiful places to visit because of the cultures, traditions, and architecture. That is definitely on my bucket list now more than ever. Thanks

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      vibz, I am glad you enjoyed reading my hub. I hope you get to visit Singapore soon. Thank you for stopping by :)

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      vibz 5 years ago from India

      thanks for the well and nicely written hub. Will definitely again look out when I visit Singapore. Bookmarked it.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      nmuktadirbd, thank you for your kind comment :)

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      nmuktadirbd 5 years ago

      Nice hub, thanks for a great travel guide.

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      Jack, thanks! I hope you get to visit the east some day :)

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      Jackson 5 years ago from Denver

      This is a fantastic article! I would love to visit the east!

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      lady rain 5 years ago from Australia

      kimberlymoore668, smoking is not allowed in most public areas in Singapore, both indoors and outdoors. Offenders can be fined up to $1000. There are designated areas for smokers in pubs, you'll have to ask just to be sure and not get fined!

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      kimberlymoore668 5 years ago

      A friend of mine is wondering is it can't smoking at public area in Singapore? Any rule about smoking?

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      MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago

      Terrific hub with lots of useful tips and information for visiting Singapore!