Places To Visit In Singapore

Singapore is pretty much a city-size country that has everything the rich seek. From high-end luxury hotels and dining facilities to top brand shopping malls, extravagant and bustling urban plazas to wide open green spaces for you to escape into nature from the fast pace of city life, Singapore is like a rich man’s complete universe compacted into the size of a bustling and blooming city, offering everything in a size that is feasible to travel around locally.

Singapore stretches over a distance of 42 km from east to west, and 23 km in the north to south direction. In fact, if you know the metro routes well enough, it will be possible for you to zap from anywhere in the city to any and all of the places to visit in Singapore.

Besides attractions for the wealthier people amongst us, there is a lot more about places to visit in Singapore that is amalgamated into this more renowned aspect of Singapore. The Singapore vibe is more or less the fast-paced urban life thrown into the delightful cauldron of an extensive range of South-east Asian and international cuisine, an extensive range of ethnicity with people from all backgrounds dwelling the city and further enriching its culture and an extensive and exciting experience in general.

The most noteworthy places to visit in Singapore are Marina Bay Stands, Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Orchard Road, Singapore Flyer, Chinatown, Night Safari Singapore, Asian Civilizations Museum, The Maritime Experiential Museum and Fort Siloso.

Your visit to Singapore is guaranteed to be an immensely delightful experience, as glorious as Singapore's skyline itself. You are sure to enjoy it and have a blast, especially if you don’t mind the higher pricing of places to visit in Singapore than neighboring places like Thailand.

Highlights of Gardens by the Bay

  • Enjoy access to the two cooled conservatories, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.
  • A must-see while in Singapore, this nature by the Marina Reservoir consists of three waterfront gardens.
  • The Cloud Forest is an intricate structure, with many levels, and each with a different theme.
  • Visit the Heritage Gardens which has attractions with Indian, Chinese, Malay, and Colonial themes.
  • Admire the award-winning orchid flower display, along with the Tulipmania display, available all the way until May 31st and 13th respectively.
  • Get the chance to gain entry at discounted rates to Marina Bay Sands Sky along with Gardens by the Bay and it's OCBC Skywalk by clicking here.

Major Attractions

Bay East garden: Step into a picturesque world where beautiful pavilions, lush wide-open lawns and elegant palm trees await. With glorious views of the Marina Bay skyline, Bay East Garden offers scenic tranquility in the city.

Sun Pavilion : A world's most dynamic drylands and deserts.Heritage Gardens: Bringing the history of Singapore to life through the fascinating story of plants.

The Canyon : Come marvel at rocks of wonder at The Canyon.

World of Plants : Explore a beautiful botanical world that’s intriguing and always full of surprises.

Draginfly & Kingfisher Lakes : Immerse yourself in a visual treat rich with aquatic life.

Serene Gardens : A uniquely Singaporean outdoor garden bringing visitors a calming horticultural experience.


Gardens by the Bay is an outstanding area that must not be missed while in Singapore! It was initially a nature reserve park, a government strategy to change over the city from a "Garden City" to a "City In A Garden." It is significantly more than a botanical garden, nonetheless, with attractions like Cloud Forest, the Flower Dome Conservatory, Heritage Gardens, the different art installations around the parks, and more!

Discover what vegetation or plant life resembles in the tropical highlands up to 2,000 meters above ocean level. Highlighting a 35-meter tall mountain secured with vegetation covering the world's tallest indoor waterfall, you can take a lift up to the mountaintop and explore the biodiversity and the geology here. Find out about the rare species protected here and the natural threats they face.

The Flower Dome was recorded as the world's biggest glass greenhouse in the 2015 Guinness World Records! Here, you can appreciate a stroll in the temperature-controlled dome, as you wonder about the changing showcase of plants and flowers from the Mediterranean regions. Find out about how the vegetation of these regions has adjusted to the cool-dry atmospheres of territories like South Africa, California, and parts of Spain and Italy.

Witness this genuinely one of a kind sight of vertical gardens estimating between 25-50 meters, planned with huge shades that give relief from the sun in the day, and perceive how they get lively in a staggering light and sound show! Please note that entrance to the extraordinary OCBC Skywalk that interfaces the Supertrees, giving you a mind-boggling view of the Gardens, comes at an extra expense and can be bought on-site

Shuttle Service

  • 9.00am - 8.00pm daily
  • Runs at 10-minute intervals (Loop service between Bayfront Plaza and the Conservatories)
  • Admission fee at $3 for unlimited rides per day
  • Free Shuttle Service for all wheelchair passengers


Audio Tour


Adult: $8
Child (3-12 years old): $3


Adult: $8
Senior (≥60 years old): $5
Child (3-12 years old): $3

Adult/Senior: $5
Child (3-12 years old): $3

Highlights of Skyline Luge Sentosa

  • Enjoy this truly thrilling experience that was invented in Rotorua, New Zealand, in its only Asian incarnation in Sentosa.
  • Half go-kart, half toboggan ride, this unique slide ride will have you zipping down a purpose-built track with the thrill of gravity.
  • Enjoy zipping down this 2.6-kilometer track in state-of-the-art luges with your friends and family.
  • Zip about in your luge on purpose-built tracks.
  • The perfect outing for the whole family!
  • The Skyline Luge at night makes certain to be a romantic and hypnotizing experience!
  • Ride Options: Skyride and Luge (2 rounds) Include 2 Luge and 2 Skyride
  • Skyride and Luge (3 rounds) Include 2 Luge and 2 Skyrides
  • Get a chance to hop on the 4-seater Skyride and marvel at the bird's eye views of the entire city’s skyline, Sentosa Island, and even the South China Sea!


This is one of the most energizing open-air experience exercises that one shouldn't miss when in Singapore! Bounce on this blend of go-kart and toboggan sled that is based on gravity. Race down the purpose-built track to control your descent by utilizing the handlebars, accelerator or brakes. You can jump on the open-cabin Skyline for a ride to the tracks' height, from where you can appreciate all-encompassing views of the city skyline and beyond. You can decide to ride Skyline around evening time, which vows to be a sentimental encounter as the city lights scatter under your feet!


Skyline Luge Sentosa Ticket Prices

2 Luge & Skyrides

Individual Rs 1800 pp
  Family of 3 Rs 4275
  Family of 4 Rs 5700
  Family of 5 Rs 7125
  Child Doubling** Rs 600
3 Luge & Skyrides


Rs 2025 pp


Family of 3

Rs 5100


Family of 4

Rs 6750


Family of 5



Child Doubling**

Rs 900
4 Luge & Skyrides  Individual Rs 2250pp
  Family of 3 Rs 5850
  Family of 4 Rs 7800
  Family of 3 Rs 9750
  Child Doubling** Rs 1200
  • Individual Combo tickets are valid per person only, Luge rides cannot be shared.
  • Tickets are valid for your chosen date and session time - all rides must be used on the same day. 
  • To ride the Luge on your own you must be 6 years or over and taller than 110cm.

Singapore Zoo is home to over 2,800 animals from over 300 species of mammals, birds, and reptiles in a rainforest environment. It is the world's first free-ranging orangutan habitat in a zoo. Here, you can savor outdoor feast at Jungle Breakfast with wildlife. This award-winning and internationally acclaimed program give entrancing experience with orangutans. 

Photography with animals and animal presentation make the fun endless.

Timings: 8.30 am - 06.00 pm from Sunday to Saturday. It takes more than 3 hours to move around the zoo.

Location:80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826


Four options are available from ₹2223.17 to ₹3,433.98.a

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Jurong Bird Park is Asia’s largest bird park with 3,500 birds across 400 species. Twenty percent of these 400 species are threatened. Its large and immersive walk-in aviaries such as Lory Loft and Waterfall Aviary are the main attractions in the park apart from unique exhibits like Penguin Coast and Pelican Cove.

The park pioneered in breeding the Malayan black hornbill (1995) and the twelve-wired bird of paradise (2001) in captivity, and the American Pheasant and Waterfowl Society conferred the Breeders’ Award. This the only park in the Asia Pacific to house an Avian Hospital. The park was founded in 1971.

Marina Bay Sands' Skypark Observation Deck give you unhampered, 360-degree views of the whole city, and it's remarkable attractions. Sky Park seems like it drifts on the top three hotel towers and is a must-visit in Singapore. Perched 200 m from ground level and on the mists, the Marina Bay Sands Observatory stands tall in Singapore's core.

The view from the observation deck is staggering on even the most noticeably terrible days, the all-encompassing vistas you get the opportunity to admire as the sunsets are unparalleled. Located on the roof of Marina Bay Sands, the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck boasts scenic views of Marina Bay's panoramic vistas and Singapore's world-class cityscape.

A complimentary audio guide delivers commentaries about the construction of the SkyPark and historic parts of Singapore.  Its Garden is home to 250 trees and 650 plants and forms one of the world's most massive public cantilevers. Visitors can buy souvenirs from the SkyPark gift shops.


4.6 Rating

Singapore Flyer, Asia’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel at 165m from the ground, provides panoramic views of the Marina Bay to the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang. The flight on this wheel is one of a kind experience. 

It is an epitome of urban architecture that reflects the cityscape of cosmopolitan Singapore. Surrounding Malaysia and the islands of Indonesia are also visible.  You get an opportunity to fly Singapore's first real flight simulator using the same procedures as the actual airlines.

Sky View Pavilion serves the best Chinese cuisines, while Singapore Sling offers iconic drinks and cocktails.


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Singapore Flyer, Gardens By The Bay and SEA Aquarium are some of the most famous tourist spots in Singapore that offer a fun and engaging visit to young and adults alike. The Universal Studios in Singapore is open for public and tourist visits and attracts a large number of tourists wishing to visit the sets of some of their favorite all time movies. Merlion Park in Singapore is one of the iconic tourist attractions in Singapore with a majestic statue that has the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Another popular tourist destination in Singapore is Trick Eye Museum, which allows you to engage in a visual tour of the paintings through the galleries via the means of optical illusion. Due to the small size of Singapore, all of these destinations are in close proximity to each other which make for a very convenient and enjoyable trip.
The Marina Bay Sands area is the most visited tourist destination in Singapore, attracting tourists from all over the world for the all-round arts, culture and entertainment package . It is the venue for the spectacular Spectra Light and Sound Show. Fountain Of Wealth, the largest fountain in the world, is also located at the Marina Bay Sands area. The area is named after Marina Bay Sands, one of the most ultra-luxurious hotels in not only Singapore but the world, located in this area.
You will surely not want to miss out on buying Kaya, which is a type of delicious coconut jam available only in Singapore. You can take it back home to enjoy it as a staple with breakfast while reminding you of your time and experience in Singapore. You will also be able to grab Singapore Sling with its original touch and feel, as it is a popular and tasty alcoholic beverage that originated in Singapore and is now popular throughout the world. In addition, tourists also love to buy pressed pennies and the unique orchid jewelry plated with 24-carat gold available in Singapore.
Some of the most popular tourist places to visit in Singapore, such as Gardens By The Bay, Sentosa Island and Merlion Park are free for tourist visits in Singapore. You can also visit the scenic and peaceful MacRitchie Reservoir Park without an entry cost, besides doing additional sightseeing of the temples in Singapore.
MacRitchie Reservoir Park is the largest natural reserve in Singapore and with the pathway trails and activities like TreeTop Walk kayaking through its oasis-lke setting the experience here is very stunning. Bukit Timah is a hill in Singapore away from the concrete and city life that Singapore often identifies with. It is an ideal spot to soak in the natural beauty of the place and of the exotic flowers to be found here. Clarke Quay is another less mainstream tourist destination in Singapore with mesmerizing views of dazzling lights across the waterfront and the cruises taking off from it at nighttime.
Singapore is notably for its seafood, but also food meat, desserts, snacks, rice and noodles. Famous dishes from Singapore include Hainanese chicken rice, Laksa, Satay and fish head curry. Coconut jam is a famous breakfast staple exclusive to Singapore. Singapore is also famous for its cocktails like the famous Singapore Sling.