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

127. Red Dot Design Museum

3.4 /5

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

The Red Dot Design Museum, located located along Waterfront Promenade at Marina Bay is an innovative design gallery of gadgets and art. The boutique museum is a branch of the Red Dot Design Museum in Germany and showcases over 200 contemporary designs - all of which are winners of the International Red Dot Design Award, which is considered to be one of the most prestigious design competitions of the world.

128. Pasir Ris Park

3.4 /5

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

Spread along the northeastern coast of Singapore, the Pasir Ris Park is a tranquil 70-hectare waterside park, ideal for a fun day with family. Apart from the usual activities like water sports, cycling, gardening, peaceful Pasir Ris is known for the 6-hectare mangrove forest boardwalk. There are also 65 barbecue pits (bookable and payable on the official website), making it one of the most popular picnic spots in the country.

129. Cavenagh Bridge

3.4 /5

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

One of the oldest and most recognizable bridges in Singapore, the Cavenagh Bridge is also the only suspension bridge which spans the lower reaches of the Singapore River. Completed in 1869 and built to celebrate 50 years of the founding of Singapore by Raffles in 1819, the Cavenagh Bridge was one of the first suspension bridges in all of Southeast Asia. Today, the bridge stands as a major tourist attraction, which people love to visit to enjoy a peaceful walk in solitude or to simply stand and watch the ferries pass by.

130. Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery

3.3 /5

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

Lian Shang Shuang Lin Monastery known earlier as the Siong Lim Temple is a Buddhist monastery based at Toa Payoh, Singapore. The serene monastery consisting of seven different floors that are topped with a gold Pagoda and bears a likeness to the 800-year-old Fujian temple, Shanfeng. This breathtaking temple monastery out as a place of worship amidst the concrete haze of the city.

131. Rainforest Kidzworld

3.3 /5

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

Located within Singapore Zoo is the super fun playground for kids called Rainforest Kidzworld. Specifically designed for kids, the playground features a water play area where kids can splash and jump till their feet get tired; get to meet farm animals and get close and cosy with furry pals like cute little bunnies.

132. Sands SkyPark

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

Sands SkyPark is the observation deck located at the spectacular Marina Bay Sands. The humungous wooden deck lies atop the three hotel towers and seems to be floating above the city and all its skyscrapers. Situated on the 57th floor, Sands SkyPark provides a magnificent 360-degree bird's eye view of the entire city, all the way from the Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait.

133. Sri Krishnan Temple

3.3 /5

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

Impossible to miss while visiting Waterloo Street, the colourful Sri Krishnan Temple is a Hindu temple in Singapore dedicated to Lord Krishna and his consort Rukmini. Initially established as a tiny shrine under a banyan tree, the temple today comprises of a large prayer hall and a massive four-storeyed annexe, contained within a 1008 square metre compound. Standing in close proximity to the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, Sri Krishnan Temple draws pilgrims and tourists from various religious and ethnic backgrounds.

134. 8Q SAM

3.3 /5

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

SAM at 8Q - which stands for Singapore Art Museum - is the extension of the Museum’s main building, named so because of its location on 8 Queen Street. The experimental art gallery is located 88 steps away from the main building, adding to its quirky charm. The youngest annex of the Art Museum, SAM at 8Q houses the most diverse and unconventional art exhibits – the contemporary paintings, sculptures, photographs, performance art, sound art, and other new media interactive exhibits here are a favourite among art connoisseurs, the hip crowd, and tourists alike.

135. Chek Jawa Visitor Centre

3.3 /5

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

A quaint little cottage situated on the eastern part of the island of Pulau Ubin, the Chek Jawa Visitor Centre is housed in the structur of the former House No. 1, which was built as a holiday home by the British during the colonial era. As it was built around 80 years ago, the cottage, which is situated among dense foliage, has architectural features which are reminiscent of Tudor style buildings, characteristic of 16th century England.

136. Kent Ridge Park

3.3 /5

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

The Kent Ridge Park is a sprawling 47-hectare park situated at Kent Ridge, between the Singapore Science Park and the National University of Singapore. It is one of the declared eleven sites of the Second World War in Singapore along with being one of the four primary bird-watching sites in the Lion City. Kent Ridge is popular among nature lovers, bird watchers and fitness enthusiasts owing to its well-paved landscape teeming lush vegetation and diverse wildlife.

137. ReDot Fine Art Gallery

3.3 /5

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

Singapore boasts of vibrant paintings, unconventional sculptures and extraordinary architecture. Even if art is not your forte, the sight of the artistic features at every nook of this bustling city-state is sure to mesmerize you. Of the several art galleries spread across Singapore, the fascinating ReDot Fine Art Gallery is one that stands out. Established in 2004, the ReDot Fine Art Gallery was originally a quaint 'Peranakan' shophouse that was later transformed into the beautiful, sophisticated art gallery we see today, located within the Chinatown precinct. This extensive gallery remains unique in the sense that it is the only gallery in Singapore which exhibits Australian Indigenous Art.

138. Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle

3.3 /5

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

The Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle is a pottery studio and home to the oldest surviving dragon kiln in Singapore, located near Jurong Eco Park in West Singapore. Built in the 1940s, this studio hosts regular workshops for the whole family on pottery, archery, soap making, painting, and the art of wood-firing. Set in a quiet, rustic atmosphere, Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle is well worth a visit for anyone who wants to experience what Singapore used to be like before the trend of development and industrialisation set in.

139. Abdul Gafoor Mosque

3.3 /5

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

With its bright yellow and green facade and minarets, Abdul Gafoor Mosque is one of Singapore's most important mosques located in Little India. Originally built in 1859, it exudes immense beauty and grandeur, thus earning the distinction as being one of Singapore's national monuments. The pristine Masjid Abdul Gafoor is very different from the simple wooden building that the early Indian Muslims of the area put up. Today, it shows an eclectic mix of Southern Indian, European as well as Mughal styles in its unique architecture.

140. Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple

3.3 /5

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

Located at Ceylon Road in Singapore, the Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple is a 150-year-old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The temple is most famous for the four granite structures depicting Lord Ganesha in 32 poses. This was the successful work of 20 Indian artisans who spent 20 years on this masterpiece.

141. Singapore Musical Box Museum

3.3 /5

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

Positioned adjacent to Thian Hock Keng Temple, Singapore Musical Box Museum is the first musical box museum to have ever been opened in Singapore. The museum attracts visitors that come here to gain knowledge regarding the rise of musical boxes in Singapore during the 19th century.

142. Jamae Mosque

3.3 /5

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

Jamae Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore, located in Chinatown, Central Area. Also known as Masjid Jamae, Chulia Mosque, and Periya Palli by the local Tamil-Muslim community, this two-hundred-year-old place of worship is an iconic landmark in Chinatown, standing out with its distinctive Indo-Islamic architecture among the Oriental buildings. The first mosque built by the south Indian migrant Chulia Muslim community, this shrine is frequented by pious tourists and locals, history buffs, and architecture enthusiasts.

143. Kuan Im Tng Temple

3.3 /5

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

The vibrant Kuan Im Tng Temple is situated at the heart of Joo Chiat in Tembeling Road Singapore and is thronged by devotees throughout the year. In addition to being a temple, Kuan Im Tng (devoted to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy) also doubles as a spiritual hub for the Buddhist fraternity and home to the religions of Taoism and Confucianism. This feature makes Kuan Im Tng Temple stand out from the other temples, as it has managed to accommodate the essence of three different religions with panache into the "Xian Tian Sect". If seeking peace and quietude, make sure to visit this place on weekdays.

144. Lorong Buangkok

3.3 /5

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

Kampong Lorong Buangkok is a traditional village located in Hougang, a residential town in North-Eastern region of Singapore. Popular as the last remaining village on mainland Singapore, this rustic place provides a link to the past of the Lion City. The houses in this 'kampuang', inhabited by 30 families, are reminiscent of an earlier, quieter era, with wooden houses and tin roofs, lush green trees and dirt roads. The thirty or so families who reside here, lead a relaxed life in their 'kampung', in deep contrast with the skyscrapers so clearly visible behind their village.

145. Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple

3.3 /5

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

Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple is a Buddhist monastery situated at the Race Course Road in Singapore. Known for housing one of the tallest Buddha statues, the temple is regarded as one of the most significant religious sites in Singapore. The 15 feet high statue and the architecture of the temple are known to be influenced by Thai, Indian, and Chinese styles.

146. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

3.2 /5

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

Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is a Hindu Temple located on 555 Serangoon Road of Little India in Singapore. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is dedicated to Vadapathira and Kaliamman deities who were worshipped by the Chola Kings during their reign for power and protection. The Goddess is the female counterpart of Brihadeeswarar Temple located in Thanjavur of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple is a must-visit for those who wish to explore the Hindu religion of Southern India.

147. Chestnut Park

3.2 /5

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

Chestnut Nature Park is the largest national park in Singapore, located on the eastern end of Chestnut Avenue near Central Catchment Nature Reserve. Spread over a whopping 81 hectares, the Park is home to meticulously set-up exclusive walking, hiking, and mountain biking trails. The only nature park in Singapore with separate trails for these activities, Chestnut Nature Park is also known for its rich biodiversity, making it a great location for photographers, bird lovers, nature enthusiasts, and families.

148. The Arts House Singapore

3.2 /5

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

The Arts House is a venue for literary, performing, and visual arts located at Old Parliament Lane, Singapore. Known to the locals as the Old Parliament House, the Arts House occupies the 200-year-old building that housed Singapore’s first parliament. Now a gazetted national monument, this space presents a brilliant juxtaposition of colonial architecture, historically significant venues, and the performing arts.

149. First Generation Sculpture

3.2 /5

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

The First Generation Sculpture is a major tourist attraction which adorns the banks of the Singapore River near the Fullerton Hotel. It is one of the rarest pieces of art, portraying five boys playing by the bank. It has beautifully captured the essence of the carefree days of the first immigrants of Singapore by freezing the motion of the boys about to jump into the river, naked. In the former days, swimming in the river was a common pastime. The Singapore River was but a huge swimming pool, and the residents had the time of their lives in it. This life-like sculpture is a revival of the fun-filled days of Singapore as it used to be earlier.

150. Old Hill Street Police Station

3.2 /5

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

An architectural marvel, the Old Hill Street Police Station is a famed neo-Renaissance building of the former police station in Singapore. Located in the Central Area of Singapore's Central Business District, the building is popular for the techni-coloured shutters - the 927 painted windows with an array of radiant colours is a popular spot among photography enthusiasts and art lovers. Formerly MICA Building, the Old Hill Street Police Station houses a string of well-known commercial art galleries.

151. Padang Singapore

3.1 /5

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

The Padang is an open expanse field located within the Downtown Core of Central Area of Singapore. The Padang, which translates into 'Field' in Malay, has its own share of history. Today, owing to its central location and historical importance, the Padang is a popular venue for events (including the Singapore National Day Parade), recreational activities and sports. On one side of it lies the Singapore Recreation Club and on the other lies the Singapore Cricket Club. Some of the games played here include football, rugby, hockey, line dancing, and cricket. 

152. Loyang Tua Pek Kong

3.1 /5

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

The Loyang Tua Pek Kong is a multi-religious temple in Singapore, hosting three varied religions under a single roof - Hinduism, Buddhist and Taoism. En route Changi Village, this all-faith temple even has a shrine dedicated to Datuk Kung, a Malay mystic saint. Epitomizing the cosmopolitan soul of Singapore, Loyang Tua Pek Kong houses a 2-metre tall statue of Lord Ganesh, believed to the tallest in the country. Marvel at the intricate wooden carvings and hundreds of dazzling sculptures of different deities.

153. Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

3.1 /5

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

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, on Tank Road, is one of Singapore's most beautiful and vibrant temples. Completed in 1859, it is also one of the oldest. Since the temple was built by the Nattukkotai Chettiyar community, who were Shaivas or worshipers of Lord Shiva, the temple is also often called Chettiyar's Temple. It is constructed in Dravidian, or South Indian style of architecture, whose highlight is the colourful roof, or the gopuram. The interior of the temple is large and spacious. The pillars and a part of the ceilings are done in a beautiful golden colour. The magnificence, and vibrancy of the temple led it to be gazetted as a National Monument in October 2014.

154. Sri Sivan Temple

3.1 /5

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

Situated at the Geylang Avenue in Singapore, the stupendous Sri Sivan Temple is a place of worship of the Hindu God, Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the temple. This magnificent temple can very well be considered as a modern structure, with the fusion of both South and North Indian architectural influences adding to the aura of this holy place. There are six main prayers held here on a daily basis, and the temple has a specific time for the performance of the same.

155. STPI Singapore

3.1 /5

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

The Singapore Tyler Print Institute is a renowned international space for artistic experimentation in contemporary art through print and paper mediums. Located next to National Gallery Singapore and Singapore Art Museum, the STPI or Singapore- Creative Workshop & Gallery is an ideal place for such tourists that have a creative bent of mind and love exploring the world of art. It’s a non-profit entity that is dedicated to offering support to budding artists in creating modern artworks as well as to offer expertise in areas like printing.

156. Burmese Buddhist Temple Singapore

3.1 /5

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

Burmese Buddhist Temple is one of the most popular among the myriad of Buddhist temples in Singapore, located near the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. This place of worship is the oldest Theravada institution and the sole Burmese Buddhist Temple with traditional Burmese architecture in Singapore. The colossal temple is guarded by two lion-like figures, known as chinthes, along with a huge, pure white marble statue of Buddha, which is a sight to behold.

157. Capitol Theatre Singapore

3.1 /5

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

Capitol Theatre, also known as Kyo-Ei-Gekijo, is situated in the heart of Singapore’s civic district. It is a historic cinema and theatre which was designed by Richard Meier and Partners and is known to become South-east Asia’s largest single-screen cinema. The Capitol Theatre in Singapore is an epicentre of creativity which hosts several theatre and dance productions.

158. Parliament House Singapore

3.1 /5

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

The Parliament House of Singapore is an important and significant landmark of the city. Situated in the municipal district of Downtown Core, it is a public and cultural building that has been in function since 1999 and open to public proceedings. The Parliament building is designed in resemblance to a contemporary architectural manifestation of stateliness and authority. The highlight of Singapore's Parliament House is the grand entrance hall - featuring a curved marble wall and flanked by two swweeping staircases that lead to the main chamber. The proceedings of the Parliament House is open to the public.

159. Leong San See Temple

3.1 /5

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

Leong San See Temple is a Buddhist place of worship located in Little India in Singapore’s Kampong Glam area. First built in 1926, this shrine is dedicated to Guan Yin or Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the Taoist Goddess of Mercy. Literally translating to ‘Dragon Mountain Temple,’ Leong San See Temple is famed for its intricate, ornate roof carvings and serene locale. The altar of the shrine holds a dedication to the Chinese philosopher Confucius – families come here in droves to pray for intelligence, piety, and critical thinking.

160. Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

3.0 /5

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

The Hajjah Fatimah Mosque, located in the Kampong Glam area of Singapore, is one of the only three mosques in Singapore to be named after a benefactress. Fatimah was a Malaccan woman who accumulated huge amounts after taking over her deceased husband's business. The most prominent feature of Masjid Hajjah Fatimah is its minaret, often referred to as "Singapore's Leaning Tower", which is a four-level minaret tilting at a six-degree angle due to moisture seepage. Besides this, this mosque is said to resemble the St.Andrew's Cathedral at the City Hall.

161. Siang Cho Keong Temple

3.0 /5

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

The sacred Taoist temple Siang Cho Keong Temple, sitting in a quiet corner of Amory Lane in Singapore, was established in 1867 by the local Hokkien Community. Formerly known as Zhi Yun Miao, the humble sanctuary was built on its chosen site because it is resembled good feng shui, with a sea in front and a hill behind this holy structure, and has stood on the same location. The Siang Cho Keong Temple is usually overlooked by many since it does not draw a lot of attention as compared to the other Chinese temples in Singapore. However, it can be considered as one of the most underrated temples in the Lion City.

162. NUS Museum

3.0 /5

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

Singapore. The city that is as reputed for its rich cultural heritage as for its discotheques, where the number of people thronging in museums go hand in hand with the crowds in the clubs. Here, the preservation of its heritage is not neglected just because new buildings are coming up every day. Singapore makes sure that the history buffs have no dearth of places to seek solace. One such place which houses the artefacts bearing witness to Singapore's rich history is the NUS Museum. Adorning the main campus of the National University of Singapore in Kent Ridge since 2002, the museum is the oldest of all the university museums dotted across the city-state. Delve into the deep history while taking in the magnificent Southeast Asian, Chinese and Indian collections.

163. Jurong Frog Farm

2.9 /5

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

Singapore is home to a variety of unconventional places, with surprises around each corner for the uninformed tourist. Jurong Frog Farm is one of them, with a number of fun-filled activities revolving around its central frog theme, from feeding frogs to eating frog meat.

164. Ang Mo Kio Town Garden

2.9 /5

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

Singapore is home to several parks and gardens, including the lush community park, Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East, spread out at the junction of avenues 3 and 8 of Ang Mo Kio. Situated just behind the Ang Mo Kio MRT station, and a famous tourist attraction, the Ang Mo Kio Town Garden comprises of two public parks: the East Park and the West Park. Both of these parks offer a recluse from the mayhem of everyday city life that is so characteristic of Singapore, and this is precisely why they are gaining more and more popularity each day.

165. Hong San See Temple

2.9 /5

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

Situated at the Mohamed Sultan Road in the river valley region within the central area, Hong San See is a Chinese temple dedicated to Guang Ze Zun Wang, the Chinese God of Fortune. Hong San See, meaning 'Temple on Phoenix Hill', is built on a slightly elevated ground. The temple is beautifully preserved and is an epitome of Southern-Chinese temple architecture, making it worth visiting while in the area.

166. Hay Dairies Farm

2.9 /5

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

The only goat farm to exist in Singapore since 1988, Hay Dairies is now home to over 800 goats of mixed breed, with their origin heritage from Minnesota in the United States. Not only is the farm one of the leading suppliers of pure goat milk all across Singapore, but it also welcomes visits by individual tourists and families, who are keen to witness the functioning of a farm. For larger groups, the farm also organizes educational tours, and visitors get a firsthand experience of the production of milk.

167. Katong Antique House

2.8 /5

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

The Katong Antique House is a two-storied antique shop located in the Katong area of East Singapore. Part shop and part museum, it is owned by Peter Wee, a fourth-gen Baba Peranakan. The museum houses Nyonya artefacts and sells Peranakan goods. It is a representation of the Peranakan presence in Singapore. Peter gladly takes the visitors through a remarkable collection of Peranakan antiques, artefacts and other objects while sharing his tales of history and culture of the Peranakan family.

168. Thian Hock Keng Mural

2.8 /5

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

The Thian Hock Keng Mural is a 40m long painting on the rear wall of the iconic 177-year-old Thian Hock Keng Temple. A gorgeous work of art displaying fine craftsmanship, the Mural tells the story of the early Hokkien immigrants of Singapore, right from the very beginning. Read from right to left, it beautifully depicts the struggles of the early immigrants, the pain they had to go through when they left their families behind in China, and the hard work and labour they put into building the Singapore we see today.

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