Spend a day lazing about on the sprawling landscapes or simply take a stroll out with your family – there are several in-house cafes and activities that can easily occupy at least half your day, so plan accordingly.
With a rich history that dates back to the 19th century, the National Museum of Singapore is the country’s oldest museum and currently holds more 1,700 cultural and historical artefacts.
At a staggering height of 165m, the Flyer is one of the world’s largest observatory wheels - think of it as the London Eye of Asia. It's even been deemed as one of the biggest tourist attractions on the continent.
Designed to recreate the wildlife experience along famous rivers from around the world, the park is home to some rare and impressive creatures from across the globe.
The impressive Singapore Zoo is well-known around the world, thanks to its 11 different zones and 12 exhibits that house over 2,800 animals, including over 300 wildlife species of mammals, birds, and reptiles.
As you walk through the nocturnal park, you will come across zones that represent topographies from around the world. Night Safari is home to over 2,500 animals, 38% of which are threatened in the wild.
Singapore's cable car is the first and only cableway that links the mainland Singapore to the island of Sentosa. Enjoy 360 degree views of forests, skyscrapers, and sandy beaches as the car ferries you almost 5 km on a 30 minute ride.
Go beyond the screen and experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favorite blockbuster. Thrill-seekers can have a ball of a time at Singapore’s Universal Studios, located on Sentosa Island.
Mesmerizing and captivating, the Wings of Time is Singapore’s award-winning outdoor night show. A multi-sensory extravaganza, the show combines water displays, laser projections, and fire effects all into one captivating presentation.
Batam is a beautiful island located in Indonesia. It is known for its stunning beaches, crystal clear waters and friendly people. There are several beaches on Batam that are perfect for swimming, water sports, sunbathing and relaxing.
The Art Science Museum in Singapore is a public museum that focuses on the history and science of arthropods. The museum has a collection of over 200,000 specimens of arthropods, including insects, spiders, crabs, and lobsters.
The famed Gardens by the Bay resembles a sci-fi movie set, one that is sure to make your jaw drop. With an alien-like appearance, you'll feel like you've stepped into a colorful, friendly, fantasy world.
The public observation deck at Marina Bay Sands SkyPark resonates with luxury and even reveals the world’s largest infinity pool. Sip a tall glass of champagne as you overlook the breathtaking city skyline.