Here are the top 258 tourist attractions to see in Singapore:

85. Science Centre Singapore

2.5 /5

10 km
from city center
85 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Science Centre Singapore, located in Jurong East, is a scientific institution having around a thousand exhibits spread over fourteen exhibition galleries. Formerly known as the Singapore Science Centre, this geeky science museum houses the largest collection of educational material related to science in the Lion City.

86. Civilian War Memorial

3.3 /5

8 km
from city center
86 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Civilian War Memorial is a monument dedicated to the civilians that lost their lives during World War II. Located within War Memorial Park at Beach Road in Singapore’s Central Area, this memorial is a sombre reminder of the perils of the Japanese Occupation in the country and is a symbol of hope for post-war Singapore. The monument is an iconic heritage landmark in the Lion City today, frequented by locals and tourists alike.

87. Orchidville

2.2 /5

11 km
from city center
87 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Orchidville is one of the public farms at Kranji Farms in the northern part of the city. The largest orchid farm in Singapore, it showcases many varieties of the orchid on 43 hectares of land occupying the Mandai Agrotechnology Park.

88. Singapore International Festival Of Arts

7 km
from city center
88 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Singapore International Festival of Arts is a popular festival of arts held at the Arts House that transforms into the Festival House for the duration of the event. It is situated at 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore and is a popular form of entertainment for art lovers from all walks of life and communities in Singapore. It thus becomes an arena for artists from all over the world to display their art forms and participate in discussions & workshops while interacting with the audience over a glass of wine and sumptuous food.

89. Sultan Mosque Singapore

4.5 /5

7 km
from city center
89 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Majestically standing in the historic district of Kampong Glam, the Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan) is Singapore's largest mosque and focal point of the Muslim community in the Lion City. Seemingly pulled out of the Arabian Nights, the enchanting mosque is constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style, the highlight being the huge prayer hall topped by a shimmering golden dome. Both regarding its glorious appearance, and the sheer size, the Sultan Mosque is a must-visit if one is in the Kampong Glam district.

90. Raffles Place

4.3 /5

8 km
from city center
90 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Raffles Place is a commercial space located at the south of Singapore River. Known as the heart of Singapore’s Financial District, Raffles Place is occupied with skyscrapers like the UOB Plaza which is known to hold exhibitions, Change Alley where travellers can get their currency changed, and the Lau Pa Sat from where one can buy art and craft items and enjoy some cultural performances.

91. Images Of Singapore LIVE

4.3 /5

11 km
from city center
91 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Take an immersive trip to the Singapore of over 200 years ago at Images of Singapore Live, at Sentosa Island. This unique time-travel experience covers the rich and colourful past of Singapore with its 15 interactive exhibits. Guided by different actors, and mesmerizing light and sound effects, each display is unique and has a charm of its own.

92. Suntec City

4.2 /5

8 km
from city center
92 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Suntec City, a commercial hub and shopping complex, is situated in Marina Centre, within the vibrant Downtown Core of Singapore. Being the most important commercial and office area of Singapore, Suntec City houses a mall (one of the largest), an international exhibition and convention centre, a movie theatre along with a video arcade. Located at the centre of this humdrum is the famous "Fountain of Wealth", a landmark worth seeing, which is touted as the world's largest fountain by the Guinness Book of Records.

93. Wings Of Time

4.1 /5

11 km
from city center
93 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Wings of Time is a permanent outdoor night show at Siloso Beach, Resort World Sentosa. This award-winning show is a magical spectacle of pyrotechnics, robotic water fountains, a thrilling soundtrack, lasers, and a compelling storyline. The first of its kind in the world, the Wings of Time show is ideal for families with children and couples as it offers a fitting end to a fun-filled day at Sentosa.

94. Singapore National Library

4.1 /5

7 km
from city center
94 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The proud flagship building of the National Library Board, the National Library in Singapore boasts of having a sprawling collection of books, rare collections as well as some exhibition spaces. Located on Victoria Street, the library is spread over an expansive area of more than 11,000 square meters and is a paradise on earth for the bookworms and bibliophiles.

95. [email protected]

3.9 /5

9 km
from city center
95 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The [email protected] is an iconic 50-storey residential housing project in Singapore considered modern architecture at its finest. Located at city centre, is the site of the world's longest continuous sky gardens, found on the two unique skybridges of this residential complex at the 26th storey and the 50th storey. These skybridges offer breathtaking panoramic views of the splendid skyline of Singapore.

96. Chek Jawa

3.9 /5

20 km
from city center
96 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Tanjung Chek Jawa, usually known as Chek Jawa, is an extensive wetland measuring 100 hectares, located to the South East of the Pulau Ubin island near the main island of Singapore. It is a vibrant mix of 6 diverse habitats, making it one of the richest ecosystems across the world. The visitors are amazed to find sandy and rock-filled beaches in close conjunction to a coral & seagrass lagoon as well as mangrove and coastal forests. Chek Jawa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Singapore, especially for nature lovers, bird watchers and international tourists.

97. ION Sky

3.8 /5

6 km
from city center
97 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

ION Sky is the stunning observation deck located on the 56th floor of the very famous ION Orchard Mall in Singapore. At 280 metres above ground, the 360-degree panoramic view of the Lion City from atop this spectacular observation deck is mind-stirring. ION Sky houses state-of-the-art BEHOLDTIM telescope, the first of its kind in Asia, guaranteeing the best views by both day and night. A multimedia animation show depicting Singapore's immersive history is also worth experiencing.

98. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple

3.8 /5

6 km
from city center
98 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Located in the heart of Singapore's 'Little India', Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is one of the oldest and grandest Hindu temples in Singapore. A riot of colours and magnificence, the temple is dedicated to Veeramakaliamman or the goddess Kali, the fierce embodiment of Shakti, and the 'destroyer of evil'. Built in the South-Indian Dravidian style of architecture, the spectacular Veeramakaliamman Temple is the nexus of the Hindu community in the Lion City, along with being visited by tourists in large numbers.

99. Singapore City Gallery

3.8 /5

9 km
from city center
99 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Singapore City Gallery is a three-storey visitor centre located between the historic Chinatown and the Centre Business District, famed for housing an enormous model replica of Singapore. Formerly known as the URA Gallery, the City Gallery traces the evolution of Singapore's physical transformation spread across 10 thematic areas and 50 audiovisual interactive exhibitions. Singapore City Gallery should definitely be visited by architecture and history lovers.

100. St Andrew's Cathedral

3.8 /5

8 km
from city center
100 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

St Andrew's Cathedral is the largest and oldest Anglican cathedral and a Neo-Gothic architectural landmark standing magnificently in the Civic District of Singapore. With its white-stone walls, sky rising spire, lancet-shaped windows, intricate embellishments, and colourfully stained glass windows, St. Andrew's Cathedral is an awe-inspiring beauty. The stained-glass windows are dedicated to three gentlemen who played significant roles in Singaporean history - John Crawford, William Butterworth, and Stamford Raffles.

101. Kranji War Memorial

3.7 /5

10 km
from city center
101 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Kranji War Memorial, located at Kranji suburb of Singapore, commemorates the men and women from the Commonwealth who had lost lives during their service in the Second World War. The calm and beautiful cemetery has more than 4,400 white gravestones lined up in rows on the cemetery's slope, honouring men and women from Australia, Britain, Canada, India, Malaya, Netherlands, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.

102. Robertson Quay

3.7 /5

7 km
from city center
102 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The largest wharf in Singapore, followed by Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay has always been the centre of nightlife for Singapore. This giant 50-hectare place is about 1.5 km south from the mouth of the Singapore River and ends near Kim Seng Bridge. Robertson Quay is a lively place for all to visit and take in the cultural mix up. With a large array of shopping malls, hotels, chic cafes, and activities littering the quay and its surroundings, Robertson Quay is definitely the perfect place to spend a luxurious and relaxing evening.

103. Baba House

3.7 /5

9 km
from city center
103 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Built in the 1890s, Baba House is the beautifully restored and renovated three-story ancestral home of a Peranakan Chinese family. Located at 157 Neil Road at the heart of Singapore’s Blair Plain district, it is a place that excites visitors who are eager to learn more about the life of the Peranakan Chinese people residing here at the early part of the twentieth century.

104. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

3.7 /5

8 km
from city center
104 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Trace the history of life on earth at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, a museum of natural history housed at the Kent Ridge Park campus of the prestigious National University of Singapore. This comprehensive museum possesses a catalogue of over 560,000 specimens, including the Raffles Natural History Collection.

105. Thian Hock Keng Temple

3.7 /5

8 km
from city center
105 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Thian Hock Keng Temple is Chinatown's oldest and most important Hokkien temple, translating into a 'Palace of Heavenly Happiness. Also known as Tianfu Temple, it was built for the worship of Mazu, a Chinese sea Goddess. A tranquil refuge, the beautiful temple features highly symbolic architectural designs: the stone lions standing at the entrance supposedly ward off evil spirits, and phoenix and peony paintings (in the central hall) epitomizes peace and good tidings.

106. Former Ford Factory

3.6 /5

6 km
from city center
106 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Former Ford Factory is a historic site and the venue of a permanent World War II exhibition, located at Upper Bukit Timah Road. Built in 1941 as an automobile factory, the building gained importance as it was the site of British surrender to the Japanese during World War II, in 1942. This national monument is an ideal location for history buffs and tourists to learn about Singapore’s colonial history, and how the Japanese occupation changed the landscape of the country.

107. Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

3.6 /5

7 km
from city center
107 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is one of Singapore's major Buddhist temples, located at the Waterloo Street. Dedicated to Kuan Yin or Avalokitesvara, the Goddess of Mercy, devotees believe that they are blessed after worshipping at this temple, which makes it important to the Chinese community living in Singapore. Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is also very popular for its divination predictions, which are claimed to be highly accurate.

108. Ginger Garden

3.6 /5

5 km
from city center
108 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Ginger Garden is one of the several unique gardens that form the Singapore Botanical Gardens. These gardens that lie next to the National Orchid Garden are known as the richest and most extraordinary gardens as they contain the most amount of different species under one premise. In fact, some of the plants found in the Botanic Garden are so rare that they are rarely found in more than one or two locations. The Ginger Garden is a one-hectare land that is filled with a variety of different species of ginger as well as the related families.

109. Indian Heritage Centre Singapore

3.6 /5

6 km
from city center
109 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Situated in the bustling locale of Little India, the Indian Heritage Centre is a cultural centre and museum in Singapore where one can learn the culture, heritage and history of the Indian community of Singapore. Modelled like a traditional Indian stepwell or Baoli, this four-storey building is home to five permanent galleries. There are additional spaces in the structure meant for special exhibitions, workshops, activities and other programmes organised by the heritage centre.

110. HortPark

3.6 /5

8 km
from city center
110 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The 9-hectare HortPark, part of the Southern Ridges in Singapore, is garden resource centre which is said to be the first one-stop-shop gardening lifestyle hub in Asia. This beautiful park brings together the educational, recreational and gardening-related activities under a single roof. HortPark is a go-to place for gardening enthusiasts, families and community groups with interest in the environment.

111. Emerald Hill Road

3.6 /5

6 km
from city center
111 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Breathtaking architecture, quaint shophouses and beautiful heritage buildings make Emerald Hill Road one of Singapore's hidden gems. The tree-lined boulevard with trendy bars and terrace houses (which Emerald Road is most famous for), makes for a picture postcard neighbourhood - a verdant stretch standing in stark contrast to its immediate neighbour, Orchard Road, which is one of Singapore's main shopping areas, always full of hustle and bustle. It is worth walking by for those visiting Orchard Road. Emerald Hill Road is littered with professional photographers as well as amateurs, all of whom are captivated by the exquisite and elegant architecture splashed all along this frangipani scented Road.

112. Changi Village

3.6 /5

18 km
from city center
112 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Changi Village is a marvel among all the waterfront stops in Singapore. Located at the Northern side of Changi which itself is situated towards the eastern end of Singapore, this village exudes a unique charm with white shorelines decorated all through with coconut palms. Access to the beach, good food, sanctuaries and nature make Changi Village ideal for a tranquil day-out.

113. The Istana

3.6 /5

6 km
from city center
113 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Istana, meaning 'Palace' in Malay, is the office and official residence of the President of Singapore and the working office of the Prime Minister of Singapore. The grand, whitewashed, neoclassical building is set in 16 hectares of ground on the Orchard Road. Built by the British between 1867 and 1869, The Istana is open to visitors on five selected statutory holidays in a year: Chinese New Year (January/February), Deepavali (October/November), Hari Raya Puasa (Eid - marking the end of Ramadan festival), Labour Day (May 1) and a chosen date before the National Day (7 August). There is a very eventful changing of guards on the first Sunday of every month which is the best time to visit Istana.

114. Reflections at Bukit Chandu

3.6 /5

9 km
from city center
114 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Built upon a quiet grassy knoll of Bukit Chandu in Singapore, Reflections at Bukit Chandu is a small, interactive museum and heritage centre recounting the fierce 1942 Battle of Pasir Panjang (against the Japanese in Singapore during World War II). Developed and managed by the National Archives of Singapore, this tiny museum is filled with interactive exhibits, artefacts, audio and video recordings, and wax mannequins depicting the battle and paying tribute to the 42 brave soldiers of the Malay Regiment, many of whom lost their lives during the Second World War. A must-visit for those interested in military history.

115. Parkview Square

3.5 /5

7 km
from city center
115 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Standing tall on North Bridge Road, Parkview Square is one of the grandest and most expensive office buildings in Singapore. Built in an exquisite Art Deco style of architecture, this building houses the Honorary Consulate of Oman, and the embassies of the United Arab Emirates, Austria and Mongolia. It is also nicknamed the Gotham-building because of the striking similarities to the buildings of the fictional city. A floor-to-ceiling 3-storey high wine cellar lies in the lobby marking the presence of the bar and dining space, ATLAS. The ambient floor lights and the comfortable armchairs make this bar a luxuriant experience.

116. Little India Arcade

3.5 /5

6 km
from city center
116 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Little India Arcade is a bustling shopping establishment nestled in the heart of Singapore's predominantly Indian district. Formerly the centre of all Indian migrant activity in Singapore, the Little India Arcade is now a series of alleys and pathways, that has an assortment of stores, which sell all things Indian. The vibrant and chaotic Little India Arcade has vibrant wall-to-wall shops, pungent aromas and Bollywood music on its streets.

117. Gillman Barracks

3.5 /5

8 km
from city center
117 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Gillman Barracks, once the house of the British Army, is a centre of contemporary arts in Singapore. The arts cluster is home to international art galleries, restaurants and the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, part of the prestigious Nanyang Technological University. These services are all found in the well-maintained colonial barracks found at the site. One can marvel at the elegant blend of the colonial architecture of Gillman Barracks and the buildings with the ever-evolving arts sphere of the modern world.

118. Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
118 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is a two-storey museum located in Balestier, Singapore. The museum is dedicated to the life of the popular Chinese leader Sun Yat Sen, who is often considered the founding father of the Republic of China. Also known as Wan Qing Yuan, it is a national monument situated within the well-maintained villa that used to serve as the headquarters of Sun Yat Sen's Chinese Revolutionary Alliance, and it was here that he planned three uprisings.

119. Labrador Nature Reserve

3.5 /5

10 km
from city center
119 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Labrador Nature Park, also known as Labrador Nature Reserve, is a 9-km long trail of greenery along the Southern Ridges of Singapore. With its rich history and picturesque setting, the nature reserve is blessed with nature trails, heritage ruins and a seaside promenade. Labrador Reserve is home to more than 70 species of birds and animals along with historical relics of the Second World War and the Labrador Secret Tunnels, making it ideal to visit for bird-watchers, shutterbugs, joggers, nature lovers and history enthusiasts.

120. Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

3.5 /5

3 km
from city center
120 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

A part of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden is Asia's first garden dedicated solely to children. Themed on 'Life on Earth Depends on Plants', this kid-centric garden has varied interactive zones along with a play area with a farm, an orchard and a forest with streams and ponds. The other attractions for the young ones are the suspension bridge and the treehouses. At Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, the kids are encouraged to observe how the plants grow and learn simple gardening techniques.

121. Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

3.5 /5

6 km
from city center
121 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is a Hindu place of worship located along Serangoon Road in Little India, Singapore. A shrine to Lord Vishnu, the Hindu God of Preservation, this temple is known for its magnificently ornate 20-metre-high Gopuram (entrance tower) which depicts the various incarnations of the deity. The Dravidian architecture of the temple is a visual masterpiece, with thousands of intricate sculptures and paintings adorning the five-tiered tower and ceiling that transport visitors into the world of Hindu mythology.

122. Chinese Heritage Centre Singapore

3.2 /5

15 km
from city center
122 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Chinese Heritage Centre is an autonomous institute of the prestigious Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, located in the historic Administration Building of the same. The centre includes a library, research centre and a museum with the building being a landmark reputed to be the only university created by the Chinese people living outside China. The tourists find it pleasant to stroll in the Yunnan Garden and stop by the beautiful Nantah Lake apart from looking at the unique architecture of this university building.

123. German Girl Shrine

3.5 /5

16 km
from city center
123 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The German Girl Shrine, also known as Berlin Heilingtum, is situated on the island of Pulau Ubin and is one of the most unconventional shrines in Singapore, dedicated to an unnamed German girl who is worshipped as a local deity. An altar is placed within a hardwood structure that was built in the place of a small yellow hut to honour her memory, where visitors pay tribute to the unnamed German girl by leaving behind an array of items like candles, fruits, perfumes, nail polish, and lipstick as offerings.

124. Bollywood Veggies

3.5 /5

14 km
from city center
124 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Bollywood Veggies is an organic farming collective located at Kranji, Singapore. Spread across 10 acres, this farm grows more than 100 different species of plants and is the country’s largest supplier of bananas. This serene, charming farm is the perfect weekend getaway from the bustle of the urban jungle – a great place to unwind in the midst of nature!

125. MINT Museum Of Toys

3.5 /5

7 km
from city center
125 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys – or MINT – Museum of Toys is a museum that showcases a private collection of vintage toys from all around the world. Located near City Hall at Seah Street, the MINT Museum houses a vast collection of over 50,000 toys from around the world, some of them more than a hundred and fifty years old. Considered the largest toy collection in all of Southeast Asia, the MINT Museum of Toys is ideal for both children and adults, offering them both imagination and nostalgia.

126. Telok Blangah Hill Park

3.4 /5

8 km
from city center
126 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Lying between the exuberant Mount Faber Park and Vibrant HortPark of the Southern Ridges of Singapore, Telok Blangah Hill Park is a calm, peaceful getaway to enjoy nature with a view. Even though joggers and trekkers may treat it as a mere passageway between two parks, there's much more to it. On one end of Telok Blangah Hill Park is the well-known Henderson Waves, which is a 274 metre long and 36-metre high undulatory structure with unique curved metal ribs, and on the other end is the Forest Walk which is a 1.3-kilometre long metal pathway offering breathtaking, bird-eye views of the forest below. Another trail to not miss in Telok Blangah Hill Park is the Earth Trail which runs parallel to the Forest Walk, offering a view of the forest from ground-level.

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