There is so much things to do in Singapore. There are excursions that you can go to like the Singapore Zoo and catch a glimpse of the panda. The night safari is the only night zoo.


While in the city centre, see if you can spot the landmarks below:


SingaporeFlyer-small The Singapore Flyer
Standing at 165 metres, the Singapore Flyer is the world’s tallest observation wheel. A 60 minute ride on the wheel will offer you a bird’s eye view of the Singapore skyline and its surroundings. On a good day you can see parts of Indonesia too. By day and by night the views are so different.
GardensByTheBay Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay comprises of 3 waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central, spanning 101 hectares.The conservatory complex at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, comprises two cooled conservatories – the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest. The conservatories, designed are intended to be an energy efficient showcase of sustainable building technologies and to provide an all-weather edutainment space within the Gardens.The Flower Dome is the world’s largest columnless glasshouse.The construction of the glasshouses is special in two ways. First of all by being able to have such large a glass-roof without additional interior support (such as columns). Secondly because the constructions aims strongly at minimizing the environmental footprint. Rainwater is collected from the surface and circulated in the cooling system which is connected to the Supertrees. The Supertrees are used both to vent hot air and to cool circulated water.
marina-bay-sands Marina Bay Sands (MBS)
One of Singapore’s two Integrated Resorts, the luxurious Marina Bay Sands (MBS) offers a wide variety of shops and also houses an ArtScience museum, theatre, hotel and convention centre. The resort’s three hotel towers are connected by a Sky Park which has a 150-metre long infinity pool right at the top. Designed by famous Israeli architect Moshe Safdie, MBS’s iconic architecture is now a must-see for many visitors to Singapore.
The_Esplanade_–_Theatres_on_the_Bay The Esplanade- Theatres on the Bay 
The Esplanade is Singapore’s premier arts destination. With its spiky glass facade which resembles a popular local fruit – the durian, the Esplanade is a striking icon by the waterfront.
Merlion Park The Merlion Park (15 minute stopover)
Situated at the mouth of the Singapore River, the Merlion is Singapore’s national icon. The mythical creature has a head of a lion and body of a fish. It symbolizes the history of Singapore as a “Lion City” and famous sea port.
Padang Colonial District
The Colonial District has significant historical importance to Singapore. The “Padang” or field in the Malay language, is the site of a celebration held after the surrender of the Japanese troops after the Japanese Occupation. The Padang is also the venue for Singapore’s first National Day celebration. Located directly opposite the Padang is the old Supreme Court and City Hall with their distinctive colonial style.
Singapore Chinatown Chinatown
Chinatown was home to the early Chinese settlers. Today, it is one of the must-see cultural enclaves for visitors. Visitors will be delighted with the variety of authentic Chinese food, products and souvenirs sold at Chinatown, and be enthralled by the juxtaposition of old pre-war shophouses and modern high-rise buildings.
Singapore Little India Little India
Little India is Singapore’s foremost Indian enclave and it is a riot of sights, sounds and scents. Here, you can find rows of shops selling spices, jewellery and traditional Indian clothing. At the heart of Little India is the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple which is dedicated to the Hindu goddess of power, Kali. Built in 1855, the temple is adorned with hand painted statues of the Hindu deities.

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