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  • Merlion Park

    This park holds the iconic landmark of Singapore: a mythical half-lion, half-fish creature. A must see!

  • Gardens by the Bay

    The municipal park spanning 101 hectares in the centre of the city is a fancy recreation spot. Notice the Supertree Groves and Cloud Forest.

  • Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

    Rather on the expensive side, yet totally worth it: the best view of Singapore you can possibly have. Brand new landmark of the city!

  • Chinatown

    This neighbourhood is rather gentrified yet still worth your time and attention. Lots of food spots and shops ideal for souvenir hunting.

  • Little India

    Lively and charming Tamil neighbourhood with lots of small spice and textile shops, fortune-telling stalls and way more. A must see!

  • Orchard Road

    This is where all shopping lovers head first. Long street lined with huge shopping malls and big brands.

  • Universal Studios Singapore

    Huge entertainment park with several themed lands ranging from Ancient Egypt to Hollywood and Madagascar. So much to do!

  • Sentosa

    This island is one big entertainment centre. Theme parks, lookout tower, botanical gardens, clubs and beaches – what more to wish for?

  • Clarke Quay

    Riverside development with abundance of restaurants, nightclubs and bars. Popular night-time destination.

  • Singapore Flyer

    Huge Ferris wheel from which you can overlook vast portion of the city. An unforgettable experience!

  • Singapore Cable Car

    This cable car going from Mt. Faber to Sentosa is one of the much-loved tourist attractions. The views are amazing!

  • Singapore Zoo

    This zoo is worldwide-known for holding the largest orangutan colony. Amazing landscaped habitats and so much species to see.

  • Fountain of Wealth

    The world's largest fountain unsurprisingly dominates a huge shopping mall. Built according to the principles of feng shui.

  • Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay

    Landmark of Singapore. Colloquially called ‚Durian‘ for its unique shape, this waterside complex holds concert hall and huge shopping mall.

  • Arab Street

    Explore this colourful district to its fullest by browsing through its charming houses, textile shops and small cafés.

  • Bugis Village

    It used to be a real motley of cultures and activities. Now redeveloped, but still retains something of its charm. Ideal for shopping.

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