There’s something awaiting for everyone in Singapore!
A Thrill Seeker’s Singapore
- Universal Studios Singapore. The region’s first Hollywood movie theme park, Universal Studios Singapore features 24 movie-themed rides and attractions.
- Experience one of life’s greatest thrills in the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel at iFly Singapore
- Immerse yourself in the thrills and spills of riding 10-foot waves at the Wave House
- Catch wild performaces featuring a stellar cast of leopards, pumas, otteres and other nocturnal animals at the Night Safari
A Walk With Nature
- Get your binoculars ready for a memorable bird watching excursion at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, an internationally recognised site of ecological significance.
- Hike the lowland, tropical forest of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve – a landsacpe that harks back to a time before Singapore was founded as a modern city.
- Enjoy a relaxing stroll in the scenic gardens of this botanical and horticultural paradise at Singapore Botanic Gardens.
A City that Never Sleeps
- The Singapore Flyer offers a magnificent view of the city in one of the world’s largest observation wheels. Spend a breathtaking 30 minutes in one of the 28 capsules and be captivated by the famous Singapore skyline.
- Take a 13-minute ride at The Jewel Box in a 7-star Swarovski encrusted VIP cable car into Sentosa and be dazzled by the beautiful scenery of Singapore’s southern precinct.
- At Clarke Quay, you can rock to live music, dance to bhangra beats and groove to the thumping house music at one of the many pubs and clubs in the area. Or simply, chill out by the Singapore River with a glass of wine.
- Indulge yourself in one of Singapore’s favourite pastimes – shopping – at the city’s only 24-hour mall, Mustafa Centre.
A Trail of Singapore’s Culture
- Experience the vibrant and colourful culture of the Indian community. Do a little spice shopping and observe the intricate art of jasmine garland weaving at Little India.
- Learn about the rich heritage and colourful history at Chinatown and join a walking tour where Singapore’s early Chinese immigrants lived, worked and played.
- From the streets of Kampong Glam, admire the majestic Sultan Mosque and shop at Arab Street for beautiful fabrics and alcohol-free perfumes.
- For more information on Singapore, please see the official website of The Singapore Tourism Board: