Hot Picks for the City Centre! The PASS that gets you there…
Discover interesting and exciting places of interest to visit while you are in Singapore!
Marina Bay Sands
Address: 10 Bayfront Ave
Transport: Bayfront (CE1)
Resort World Sentosa
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway
Transport: Habourfront (NE1/ CC29) and take the Sentosa Express to Sentosa
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Living up to its fame as a “Garden City”, you can enjoy the wondrous allures of Nature in Singapore’s two magnificent gardens: The Botanical Gardens and Gardens by the Bay.
Located in Bukit Timah, the Singapore Botanical Gardens features the National Orchid Garden, the world’s largest orchid display featuring over 60,000...Read More »
Who says Singapore is cultural desert? Culture and history buffs are in for a treat as they can spend time engaged with the displays in Singapore’s various museums and heritage sites. Our main museums are conveniently located in the downtown civic district and within walking distance of each other.
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Check these places out too for a night of classy entertainment
St James Power Station
Housed in an old power station from 1927 is this massive entertainment complex. Home to ten different and interconnected venues each catering to a specific music genre.
Address: 3 Sentosa Gateway
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Let down your hair and go on an adventure! See the animals prowl when the sun comes down at the celebrated Night Safari, the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals. And in the daytime, visit the world-renowned Singapore Zoo which is set in an “open-concept” rainforest environment. Head to...Read More »
You cannot say that you’ve been to Singapore if you haven’t shopped! Our island is a veritable shoppers’ paradise and you will often find the best brands housed under one roof in our splendidly swish but friendly malls. The place to hit first is the shopping belt on Orchard Road,...Read More »
You can get virtually any kind of food and cuisine from around the world in Singapore, from high-end restaurants to hole-in-the-wall joints. But our country’s best offering to the world must be our hawker centres. Veritable temples of small stalls selling indigenous and regional street-food under one roof, you can...Read More »