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Take a stroll around City Hall, Parliament House, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. Then trace the steps of Sir Stamford Raffles and take a bumboat ride down Singapore River.
Haunt of the social elite throughout the colonial era, Raffles is synonymous with Singapore and famed for its palm fringed courtyards, marble floored dining room, afternoon tea and the legendary Singapore Sling served at the Long Bar.
Home to over 8,000 birds and the world’s largest walk-in aviary.
As you would expect, a little bit of Indian and Chinese life and definitely worth a visit either by day or by night.
Discover animals by tram or on foot at he world’s first night zoo.
These lively and vibrant waterfront locations are hugely popular. Dine al fresco at one of the many restaurants or sit at one of the many trendy bars along the river.
Capturing the essence of Singapore as the premier tropical Garden City with the perfect environment in which to live and work, this award-winning horticultural attraction houses over 250,000 rare plants within three areas – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. With stunning views from the waterfront promenade, including the Marina Bay financial district skyline, the grounds are just a five minute walk from the city and perfect for an evening stroll.
Amidst lush tropical greenery this world famous zoo is home to over 3,600 animals.
Standing at 540 feet, the Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel offering breathtaking views of Singapore.
Home to the Theatres on the Bay enjoying a variety of traditional and contemporary performing arts in a waterfront location.
This purpose-built resort, linked to Singapore by a causeway with monorail and shuttle bus, offers diverse attractions including palm-fringed beaches, a protected swimming lagoon, golf courses and various theme parks, including the new Universal Studios Singapore.
Just 45 minutes south by highspeed air-conditioned catamaran is Bintan, one of the 1,304 islands that comprise Indonesia’s Riau archipelago. Lapped by the warm waters of the South China Sea, the resort blends Singaporean efficiency with Indonesian charm.