Here are the top 259 tourist attractions to see in Singapore:

127. Telok Blangah Hill Park

3.4 /5

8 kms
from city center
127 out of 259
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.

128. Red Dot Design Museum

3.4 /5

9 kms
from city center
128 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Red Dot Design Museum is a museum located in Marina Bay and is a branch of the Red Dot Design Museum in Germany. It showcases some of the best contemporary designs from all over the world. All the exhibits here are winners of the International Red Dot Design Award.

129. Pasir Ris Park

3.4 /5

14 kms
from city center
129 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Pasir Ris Park is the perfect destination for families and friends to have a fun filled day and not travel to the outskirts of the city. The park is a 70 hectare land stretching across 3.2km, including six hectares of forest. This attribute makes Pasir Ris Park the second largest park in Singapore. It has several activities for guests to choose from including water sports, cycling, gardening or just relaxing in the outdoors in your choice of location. The park is most famous for the Mangroves that it accommodates in its 70 hectares. The place is always crawling with people looking to have a fun time.

130. Cavenagh Bridge

3.4 /5

8 kms
from city center
130 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

One of the oldest and only suspension bridge in Singapore, the Cavenagh Bridge spans over the lower reaches of the Singapore River. Previously called as Edinburgh Bridge, it was the last monumental craftsmanship of the Indian convicts based in Singapore. Today, the bridge functions as a footbridge for pedestrians.

131. Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery

3.3 /5

5 kms
from city center
131 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery is a beautiful, huge Buddhist temple which houses Buddhas in different halls. Also known as Siong Liam Temple, it stands proudly as a seven-story pagoda with a gold-topped roof, which is a replica of the 800-year-old Fujian temple, Shanfeng.

132. Rainforest Kidzworld

3.3 /5

6 kms
from city center
132 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Located within Singapore Zoo is the super fun playground for kids called Rainforest Kidzworld. It is truly a delight for children of all ages, offering a wide range of fun and interesting activities to keep them engaged and entertained. Specifically designed for kids, Kidzworld has a Wet Area playground with brightly-coloured, water flushed slides, tubes, sprayers and even a huge elephant head shaped bucket which regularly rains down water on the kids. Alongside the Wet Area, there is also a Dry Area Playground. This Area has a number of obstacle challenges and helps children learn how to work like a team. Both the areas have various zones for different age groups. Children can also ride the lovely Wild Animal Carousel along with their parents, with seats shaped like various animals.

133. Sands SkyPark

9 kms
from city center
133 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Sands SkyPark Observation Deck has become so massively popular amongst tourists and residents alike that it has become a massive facet of recognition for Singapore. The humungous wooden deck lies atop the three hotel towers and seems to be floating above the city and all its skyscrapers.

134. Sri Krishnan Temple

3.3 /5

7 kms
from city center
134 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Impossible to miss while visiting Waterloo Street, the colourful Sri Krishnan Temple is a Hindu temple 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.

135. 8Q SAM

3.3 /5

7 kms
from city center
135 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) at 8Q is the more diverse and young annexe of the Singapore Art Museum. Approximately 88 steps away from SAM, the museum gives immense importance to contemporary art and all its intricate forms and is the seat of experimental art in Singapore.

136. Chek Jawa Visitor Centre

3.3 /5

20 kms
from city center
136 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

House No. 1 is a quaint little cottage situated on the eastern part of the island of Pulau Ubin. This beautiful cottage was built by the British as a holiday home and today acts as a Visitor Center for Chek Jawa. 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.

137. Kent Ridge Park

3.3 /5

8 kms
from city center
137 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Kent Ridge Park is a sprawling 47-hectare park situated at Kent Ridge in Singapore. It lies between the Singapore Science Park and the National University of Singapore. Owing to its high level of biodiversity in terms of greenery and wildlife, this place receives many bird-watchers and nature lovers. The vast area also provides a suitable, serene environment to joggers and fitness enthusiasts. In fact, you will find a series of exercise stations near Carpark B, along a terrace at the park.

138. ReDot Fine Art Gallery

3.3 /5

8 kms
from city center
138 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

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.

139. Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle

3.3 /5

14 kms
from city center
139 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Built in 1965 in the Western area of Singapore, the Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle is a quaint little place nestled in a farm, away from the usual tourist area of Singapore. A hidden gem of tourism in Singapore, it houses one of the oldest Dragon Kilns in Singapore, built in the 1940s.

140. Abdul Gafoor Mosque

3.3 /5

7 kms
from city center
140 out of 259
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. Originally built in 1859, it exudes immense beauty and grandeur, thus earning the distinction as being one of Singapore's national monuments.

141. Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple

3.3 /5

11 kms
from city center
141 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Sri Senpaga Vinayagar temple is a temple of Lord Ganesha located in Ceylon Road. This shrine is over 150 years old. The Vinatagar Shrine is from the time of the earliest groups of Sri Lankan Tamil immigrants in Singapore. The architectural style of the temple was of an ancient South-Indian temple.

142. Singapore Musical Box Museum

3.3 /5

9 kms
from city center
142 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Singapore Musical Box is the country's first music box museum. This museum aims to share the historical framework from the rise and fall of the musical boxes to how it transitioned into 19th century Singapore's public.

143. Jamae Mosque

3.3 /5

8 kms
from city center
143 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Jamae Masjid or commonly known as Jamae Mosque is one among the earliest mosques in Singapore. This masjid is also known as Chulia mosque or Periya Palli(Big Mosque) among the Tamil-Muslim communities of Singapore. It has distinctive minarets, and it may seem like a peculiar oddity in its prominent location in Chinatown.

144. Kuan Im Tng Temple

3.3 /5

10 kms
from city center
144 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The vibrant Kuan Im Tng Temple is situated at the heart of Joo Chiat in Tembeling Road and is thronged by devotees throughout the year. In addition to being a temple, Kuan Im Tng also doubles as a spiritual hub for the Buddhist fraternity. The temple preaches the religious sermons of Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. Through recitation of Buddhist Mantras, it teaches the accumulation of good karma. Taoist philosophies are preached in order to cultivate the body and mind. It also teaches how to incorporate Confucian etiquette in our everyday lives.

145. Lorong Buangkok

3.3 /5

7 kms
from city center
145 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Right in the middle of Singapore is the quaint, little village of Kampong Lorong Buangkok. Located in the town Hougang, Kampong Lorong Buangkok is the last remaining village on mainland Singapore. Kampong means village and this particular one was built in 1956, the essence of which it retains to this very day. The houses in this ‘kampuang’ 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.

146. Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple

3.3 /5

6 kms
from city center
146 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Buddhist Monastery- Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple or the Temple of 1000 lights is a prime example of true devotion. It attracts several visitors due to the magnificent statue of Buddha that is present inside the temple and stands at good 15 metres. This famous statue of Lord Buddha weighs about 300 tonnes and is one of Singapore’s masterpieces and attracts people from all over the world.

147. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple

3.2 /5

6 kms
from city center
147 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Located in Little India, Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple owes its existence to a sole female devotee. She had a picture of Amman placed under a banyan tree situated neat the present temple. The banyan tree was located at a common public junction where there were several wells and water points. Residents passing by the tree noticed the picture of Amman and started worshipping it on a regular basis. This compelled Mr. Rengasamy Mooriyar to transform the premises into a full-fledged temple in 1935 and conducted the consecration ceremony. He sponsored the expenses out of his retirement savings.

148. Chestnut Park

3.2 /5

5 kms
from city center
148 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Chestnut Nature Park, opened in February 2017, is Singapore’s largest nature park, covering a total of 81 hectares. It is located on the eastern end of Chestnut Avenue, beside the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The Chestnut Nature Park was especially made for biking and hiking enthusiasts and is the only nature park in Singapore with separate trials being made for both.

149. The Arts House Singapore

3.2 /5

8 kms
from city center
149 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Old Parliament House was built in 1827 and is perhaps, the oldest building in Singapore. The structure was formerly used as the Parliament of Singapore from 1965 to 1999, and it is the earliest government building in Singapore. The Old Parliament House was designed in the Victorian Revivalism style of architecture as a Neo-Palladian mansion and as such, has magnificent arches and stunning corridors. The front porch and the Palladian style windows are strikingly beautiful as well. The building was gazetted as a National Monument in 1992. The Art House within the Old Parliament House was established in 2007, after extensive renovations. The building underwent many phases of restoration, preserving its original design and furnishings. Today, Art House hosts an array of art of photography exhibitions and serves as a multidisciplinary arts venue.

150. First Generation Sculpture

3.2 /5

8 kms
from city center
150 out of 259
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 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.

151. Old Hill Street Police Station

3.2 /5

8 kms
from city center
151 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The MICA Building, with 927 painted windows, is a major tourist attraction and for a good reason. With an array of bright colours which enhances the aesthetic look of the building, MICA is a popular spot for photography enthusiasts and art lovers.

152. Padang Singapore

3.1 /5

8 kms
from city center
152 out of 259
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 main location and historical importance, the Padang is a popular venue for events, recreational activities and sports. On one side of the Padang lies the Singapore Recreation Club and on the other, lies the Singapore Cricket Club. Some of the sports that use the Padang are football, rugby, hockey, line dancing, cricket and so on. Some prominent events like the first National Day Parade, in 1966, Singapore's Golden Jubilee in 2015 and so on have been celebrated in the Padang. It had been decided since 1966 that the National Day Parade would be celebrated at the Padang for every five years.

153. Loyang Tua Pek Kong

3.1 /5

20 kms
from city center
153 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Loyang Tua Pek Kong is an all-faith temple which is an abode to Buddhist, Hindu and Taoist deities. This place also has a kramat (mazaar) for the people of the Islamic faith, all under one vast roof.

154. Sri Thendayuthapani Temple

3.1 /5

7 kms
from city center
154 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Sri Thendayuthapani Temple is one of Singapore's most beautiful and vibrant temples. The temple is built in Dravidian, or South Indian style of architecture, whose highlight is the colourful roof, or the gopuram.

155. Sri Sivan Temple

3.1 /5

9 kms
from city center
155 out of 259
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.

156. STPI Singapore

3.1 /5

7 kms
from city center
156 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The STPI is renowned international space for artistic experimentation in contemporary art through print and paper mediums. This studio has multiple award-winning painters. The STPI has collaborations with artists for creative workshops in their gallery.

157. Burmese Buddhist Temple

3.1 /5

4 kms
from city center
157 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Beautifully embellished, glided golden roofs, and a huge statue of Buddha. When you read these words, you immediately think of the sacred temples in Myanmar. However, the same also applies to the ornate Burmese Buddhist Temple in Singapore. This place of worship is the oldest Theravada institution and the sole Burmese Buddhist Temple with traditional Burmese architecture in Singapore.

158. Capitol Theatre Singapore

3.1 /5

7 kms
from city center
158 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Capitol Theatre is Singapore's monumental cinema and believed to be one of Singapore's finest theatres back in the days. It is the city's first venue that furnishes a glamorous entrance for red carpet events and provides direct ground level access to the theatre. It is situated in the mixed-use complex, in North Bridge Road. With around 900 seats, the Capitol theatre is the largest single-screen cinema in entire South-east Asia and the only dual-purpose theatre in the country. This theatre has been hosting events related to arts and films. The Capitol theatre provides different food and beverage outlets where food enthusiasts can savour from restaurants such as the Four Seasons from London, Parisian tearoom Angelina and local cuisine like Balestier Bak Kut Teh.

159. Parliament House Singapore

3.1 /5

8 kms
from city center
159 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Parliament House of Singapore is an important and significant landmark situated in the civic district of Downtown Core. It is a public and cultural building that has been in function since 1999 and open to public proceedings. The Raffles Place lies in proximity with the Parliament House, across the Singapore River.

160. Leong San See Temple

3.1 /5

6 kms
from city center
160 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Leong San See is a Buddhist shrine dating back to the 1900's. It is one of the most ornate temples of Singapore with beams carved in detail and roofs having elaborate, intricate figurines on them. This temple also functioned as a school in its premises.

161. Hajjah Fatimah Mosque

3.0 /5

7 kms
from city center
161 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Hajjah Fatimah mosque is one of the only three mosques in Singapore to be named after a benefactress. Its eclectic style of architecture amasses the Middle Eastern, Indo-Islamic and European styles and makes it stand out from other mosques.

162. Siang Cho Keong Temple

3.0 /5

9 kms
from city center
162 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The sacred Taoist temple Siang Cho Keong Temple, formerly known as Zhi Yun Miao, was established in 1867 and reached completion after two years. 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 till date. Several idols have been installed in this religious abode, including the presiding deity, Tua Pek Kong, the God of prosperity. Apart from that, the idols of Lu Fu Xian Zu, one of the Eight Immortals in Chinese mythology, Guanyin, Jin Qian Bo, Wen Guan and Wu Jiang are also present here among others.

163. NUS Museum

3.0 /5

8 kms
from city center
163 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

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.

164. Jurong Frog Farm

2.9 /5

15 kms
from city center
164 out of 259
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.

165. Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West

2.9 /5

3 kms
from city center
165 out of 259
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, this open area was originally a rubber estate.

166. Hong San See Temple

2.9 /5

7 kms
from city center
166 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Situated at the Mohamed Sultan Road in the river valley area within the central Area, Hong San See is a Chinese temple. The shrine is built on a slightly elevated ground. Earlier, it enjoyed the sea view from its premises, but now all that can be seen is only concrete. The temple is still beautifully preserved and is an epitome of Southern-Chinese temple architecture.

167. Hay Dairies Farm

2.9 /5

15 kms
from city center
167 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

Get your fix of goat milk at Hay Dairies Goat Farm, the only surviving goat farm of Singapore. Established as a farm solely for goats in 1988, there are over 800 goats here, a mix of pure-breeds and mixed breeds with their heritage being traced back to Minnesota in the USA. Come witness and explore the source of the goat milk that is supplied to the whole of Singapore.

168. Katong Antique House

2.8 /5

11 kms
from city center
168 out of 259
places to visit in Singapore

The Katong Antique House is a two-storied antique shop located in the Katong area of East Singapore. Partly 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.

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