Things to do in Singapore
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The Changi Museum
This museum honors POWs who endured the Japanese occupation of Singapore in World War II. Their stories are told with an impressive collection of personal artifacts and news coverage. A British internee returned to the museum decades after the war to recreate the murals he’d painted on the walls of the original chapel – a moving insight into how those held prisoner found hope and comfort in any way possible.
A former underground command centre in Fort Canning Hill, the Battlebox was part of the Malaya Command Headquarters during World War II. It was here that Lt. Gen Percival made the fateful decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942. Journey back in time to 1942 and discover the true causes of the Fall of Singapore and learn how an underground command centre functioned during the war.
Gardens by the Bay
An integral part of Singapore’s “City in a Garden” vision, Gardens by the Bay spans a total of 101 hectares of prime land at the heart of Singapore’s new downtown – Marina Bay. Comprising three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central – Gardens by the Bay will be a showcase of horticulture and garden artistry that will bring the world of plants to Singapore and present Singapore to the World.
The line between zoo and botanic oasis blurs at this pulse-slowing sweep of spacious, naturalistic enclosures and interactive attractions. Get up close to orangutans and dodge Malaysian flying foxes, the world’s largest bat.
National Gallery Singapore
Connected by a striking aluminum and glass canopy, Singapore’s historic City Hall and Old Supreme Court buildings now form the city’s breathtaking National Gallery.
Singapore Botanical Gardens
Singapore’s 74-hectare botanic wonderland is a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the city’s most arresting attractions.
MacRitchie Reservoir makes for a calming, evocative jungle escape. Walking trails skirt the water’s edge and snake through the mature secondary rainforest spotted with long-tailed macaques and huge monitor lizards.
Asian Civilizations Museum
This remarkable museum houses the region's most comprehensive collection of pan-Asian treasures. Its galleries explore the history, cultures and religions of Southeast Asia, China, the Asian subcontinent and Islamic West Asia.
National Kitchen by Violet Oon
Chef Violet Oon is a national treasure, much loved for her faithful Peranakan (Chinese–Malay fusion) dishes – so much so that she was chosen to open her latest venture inside Singapore’s showcase National Gallery.
Seemingly pulled from the pages of the Arabian Nights, Singapore’s largest mosque is nothing short of enchanting, designed in the Saracenic style and topped by a golden dome. It was originally built in 1825.
This is the best spot to explore the rich heritage of the Peranakans (Straits Chinese descendants). Thematic galleries cover various aspect of Peranakan culture.
Indian Heritage Centre
Delve into the heritage of Singapore’s Indian community at this showpiece museum. Divided into five themes, its hundreds of historical and cultural artifacts explore everything.
National Museum of Singapore
Imaginative and immersive, Singapore’s rebooted National Museum is good enough to warrant two visits. At once cutting edge and classical, the space ditches staid exhibits for lively multimedia galleries.
Marina Bay Sands
Designed by Israeli-born architect Moshe Safdie, Marina Bay Sands is a sprawling hotel, casino, mall, theatre, exhibition and museum complex. Star of the show is the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
The Singapore Flyer
The 165-meter-high Flyer is Singapore’s answer to the London Eye. It is one of the world’s largest observation wheels. The best time to hitch a ride is at dusk when the entire row of downtown skyscrapers is softly lit.
On the Singapore River, Clarke Quay offers visitors a great range of alternative things to do and see that doesn’t purely revolve around nightlife. It is famous for its stunning waterside restaurants and exciting collection of bars and clubs but there is much more.
“The State of Fun” is Singapore’s premier island resort getaway.
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