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

169. Lim Bo Seng Memorial

2.8 /5

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

Lim Bo Seng Memorial is an octagonal shaped pagoda, commemorating Major-General Lim Bo Seng - one of Singapore's war heroes during World War II. Located in Esplanade Park, this national monument is the only war memorial that commemorates an individual's contribution in World War II. Unveiled in 1954, the 3.6-metre high bronze pagoda is built in the Chinese national style architecture, making use of concrete and marble. Covered by a three-tiered bronze roof, four lions sit at the base.

170. NTU Centre For Contemporary Art Singapore

2.8 /5

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

The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, abbreviated as NTU CCA Singapore, is a research centre lying in the campus of the Nanyang Technological University, which is one of the most reputed universities in the world. Located at Gillman Barracks at Block 6 Lock Road, it has been widely acclaimed for hosting exemplary exhibitions, research and academic education, and residencies. The Centre does it through various modes like exhibitions, lectures, workshops, open studios, and film screenings. NTU CCA also encourages visits by researchers and curators for their study.

171. Istana Heritage Gallery

2.8 /5

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

The Istana Heritage Gallery, located within the Istana Park is just opposite Istana, the official residence of the President of Singapore. The gallery contains a number of displays that highlight the historical importance of Istana. It was opened to the public in 2016 and can be reached by travelling along the Orchard Road. The exhibits trace the history of Istana that served as the Governor’s House during the Colonial period to its present-day role of being the Presidential office.

172. Seng Wong Beo Temple

2.7 /5

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

Sitting behind the crimson gates at Peck Seah Street, the quirky Seng Wong Beo Temple, also known as the Du Cheng Huang Gu Miao Temple, has unflinchingly preserved the age-old practice of hosting ghost marriages. Devoted to Wei Ling Gong, the Chinese City God, this temple is where the wedding bells are chimed for the deceased.

173. Cathay Gallery

2.7 /5

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

The Cathy Gallery is an art and film museum located in Orchard Road, in Singapore’s Museum Planning Area. A favourite among film enthusiasts, history buffs, and the eccentric hipster class, this Gallery is home to vintage movie posters, early cameras, film equipment of the twentieth century, and other memorabilia from the golden age of Singaporean cinema. Nostalgia beckons at every step in this museum, full of snippets from the film history of the region.

174. Masjid Al-Abrar

2.7 /5

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

Sitting in a busy corner of Telok Ayer Street in the Chinatown district of Singapore, the Al-Abrar Mosque, more commonly referred to as the Masjid Al-Abrar, is a quaint little mosque built by early Tamilian immigrants. As dawn approaches, the air encompassing the locality is filled with the echoes of the morning prayers originating from inside the Al-Abrar Mosque. In spite of being small, the mosque receives many faithful worshippers who come here on a daily basis to offer their prayers to Allah. It is particularly packed with devotees on Fridays, with people flocking in during the midday prayers.

175. Gajah Gallery Singapore

2.7 /5

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

Positioned currently in Tanjong Pagar, an industrial warehouse neighbourhood in Singapore, Gajah Gallery is a treasure trove where visitors can find exemplary works of art and aesthetics. Previously housed in MICA Building, Gajah Gallery was opened way back in 1996 and has since expanded to become one of Asia’s most culturally significant houses of artwork. Here, visitors can find a vivid diaspora of Asian modern art, not to be seen anywhere else.

176. Petain Road Singapore

2.7 /5

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

Petain Road is an artsy neighbourhood in Little India, Singapore. Known for its eighteen Chinese baroque-style terraced shophouses built in the early twentieth century, Perak Road is frequented by the hipster crowd, fashionistas, and photographers for its Instagram-worthy photo-ops, and tourists looking to buy oriental ware from the stores. While the area is notorious for being a red-light district, there are a number of stunning family-friendly boutiques, antique shops, and avant-garde teahouses that perfectly preserve the vintage feel of the area.

177. Wei Tuo Fa Gong Temple

2.6 /5

17 km
from city center
177 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The sacred Wei Tuo Fa Gong Temple is a Buddhist place of worship situated at the gorgeous island, Pulau Ubin in Singapore. Seated on a small hillock that offers a beautiful view of a nearby pond teeming with turtles and carps, this pristine temple houses shrines dedicated to different Hindu and Buddhist gods. The sight of innumerable coloured prayer flags adorning the area is breathtaking, beckoning a considerable number of visitors. The exquisite Wei Tuo Fa Gong Temple emits a serene aura which is perfect to meditate in peace.

178. Angullia Mosque

2.6 /5

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

Angullia Mosque is a popular mosque established by Mohamed Salleh Eusoofji (MSE) Angullia in the vicinity of Serangoon Road and Little India in Singapore. The Angullia Mosque, or Masjid Angullia, has been an epitome of faith and core Islamic values for more than one hundred and twenty years serving the Muslim community of this area in Singapore. With serene surroundings and surreal Islamic style architecture, the Angullia Mosque is a must-visit for a spiritual detox.

179. Ikkan Art International

2.6 /5

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

Ikkan Art International, Singapore is a branch of the Ikkan Art, that was established in New York in 1982. In 2011, this branch was introduced in Singapore as a versatile, multi-purpose art gallery. This art gallery is heavenly for fans of art and culture. The gallery holds multiple exhibitions throughout the year based on different themes that attract a lot of crowds, and it is no surprise that Ikkan Art International is a major tourist attraction in Singapore.

180. Chan+Hori Contemporary

2.6 /5

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

Chan+Hori Contemporary is a gallery situated at Block 6 Lock Road which was opened in 2017 and aims to connect contemporary art forms to everyday life. The Gallery has collaborated with several national and international artists, institutions, art councils, and corporate entities. Through this, the Gallery has been hosting special exhibitions related to socio-economic themes and other cultural discourses.

181. iFly

2.6 /5

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

iFly Singapore is an indoor skydiving simulation venue near Siloso Beach Station at Sentosa Island, Singapore. A franchise of SkyVenture, iFly offers authentic free-falling simulations within an indoor wind tunnel, featuring a thrilling 90-second drop. With an hour-long training and briefing session in place, iFly presents the excitement and rush of skydiving without the risk or cost of a tandem jump.

182. Henderson Waves

2.5 /5

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

Standing at the height of thirty-six metres above Henderson Road, the Henderson Waves Bridge is the highest pedestrian bridge of Singapore. Take a walk along this engineering marvel to relish a panoramic view of Singapore skyline and the lush greenery enveloping the bridge. It is illuminated with bright, psychedelic lights till 2.00 AM, rendering a different charm altogether.

183. Hawker Centres

2.5 /5

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

What makes a place worthy of being visited again and again? Sure, the topography, the historically significant spots, the rich cultural heritage, and the places of interest are important factors. However, one thing that surpasses all these points is food. The local cuisine of a place is one of the most significant factors when it comes to deciding if the place in question deserves a second visit. In this respect, Singapore has never disappointed its guests, or locals, for that matter. Be it the spicy Chilli Crab that makes your eyes water or the delicious Kuih for your sweet tooth, Singaporean cuisine is a storehouse of scrumptious food. From Indian to Chinese, from Malay to American, the bustling city-state is ideal for the foodie in you.

184. Maxwell Food Centre

2.5 /5

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

One of the best hawker centres (food court) in Singapore, the Maxwell Food Centre is located at the culturally rich area of Chinatown. Catering to gastronomes from around the world, it is the place to go for savouring authentic Singapore street food.

185. Chinese New Year in Singapore

2.5 /5

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

Synonymous with bright colours, celebration, revelry, sheer joy, and love; the Chinese New Year is undoubtedly one of the most important festivals celebrated in Singapore. Also referred to as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, it falls on the first day of the first month of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar and is a time of merrymaking. Being the only festival which calls for a public holiday for two consecutive days, Chinese New Year is one of the favourites among the Singaporeans.

186. Zoukout

2.5 /5

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

ZoukOut. The very word has a certain ring to it which invites people to bring out those stunning attire waiting to be worn as soon as you find the perfect occasion, to wake up the party animals hiding inside you, and to step into a world of amazing entertainment. Securing the position of one of Asia's biggest beach dance and music festivals, ZoukOut is a two-day event held at Siloso Beach in Sentosa each year. Internationally acclaimed DJs, fun-filled activities, and a whole lot of delicious food are what make this event one of the grandest events across the entire world. Every year, the huge festival breaks its own record by incorporating bigger and better events than the previous year.

187. Geylang

2.5 /5

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

Singapore may be aptly called the city which never sleeps. A place where sophistication and gaiety run side by side, where sobriety and wildness travel parallelly, where the early bird and the night owl coexist in harmony, Singapore is a mark above the rest. Out of the several places that make up this bustling city-state, the one place that buzzes with excitement and thrill is Geylang. Situated at the eastern part of Singapore's central region, this township is home to a majority of the Malay community. Singapore's historical artefacts and topographical maps bear a witness to the fact that the word Geylang was used to signify the coconut plantations and marshlands lying in close proximity to the Kallang River.

188. OCBC Skyway

2.5 /5

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

OCBC Skyway, located at the famous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, is a 128-metre long aerial walkway connecting six Supertrees at the Supertree Grove. Situated at a height of 22-metres, with mesmerizing, panoramic views of and beyond the beauty of the Gardens by the Bay and the Marina Bay skyline that encompasses the area, the OCBC Skyway is one of the most ideal places to find peace and tranquillity. The stunning OCBC Skyway is the ideal place to witness the gob-smacking Garden Rhapsody (light and sound show) in all its glory.

189. Church Of The Holy Family Singapore

2.5 /5

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

Located at the junction of East Coast Road and Chapel Road in Katong Singapore, the Church of the Holy Family is a four-storeyed roman catholic church with a brilliant white and grey facade. The highlight of the edifice is its multicoloured 16-panelled stained glass right above the altar which depicts the Holy Family and snippets of Jesus Christ's life during his last days. The stained glass was imported from Italy, especially for the church itself.  A statue of Mother Mary also stands inside a grotto of the church. Also known as Holy Family Church and Katong Catholic Church, it is a well-known landmark and an important place of worship in Katong area.

190. Bukit Brown Cemetery

2.5 /5

2 km
from city center
190 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Bukit Brown Cemetery, popularly known as Kopi Sua or Coffee Hill among the local communities, is a former cemetery situated at 36C Lorong Halwa, Singapore. Estimated to hold about 100,000 graves, this Chinese cemetery is said to be the largest outside China.

191. Singapore Philatelic Museum

2.5 /5

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

Singapore Philatelic Museum portrays the history of Singapore's postals and stamps. The museum features an assortment of stamps along with the heritage and history of various philatelic items spread across many galleries. The interactive exhibitions offer a window into the Lion City and other parts of the world through the postage stamps.

192. Singapore Visitor Centre

2.5 /5

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

A two storey Peranakan shophouse in the Emerald Hill area, Orchard Road, the Singapore Visit Centre (SVC) can more so be regarded as a one-stop shop for tourists and travellers. From selling locally designed souvenirs to tours and attractions, event tickets to the booking of accommodations, the Singapore Visitor Centre caters to all traveller/tourist needs. One of the main highlights is its efficient use of technology to aid and assist visitors and tourists. The SVC has four different interactive kiosks that let the visitors browse through different attractions/ options and curate their own customised digital itinerary. This itinerary can either be emailed to the visitors or printed then and there. Apart from this, it houses two huge screens displaying various events and places of interests in the city.

193. Swan Lake

2.5 /5

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

Forming one of the most gorgeous entrances to the magnificent Singapore Botanic Gardens, the Swan Lake is a large, beautiful, man-made lake that adds to the scenic beauty of this national park. Considered the oldest water ornament of Singapore, this massive lake spans an area of 1.5 hectares and a depth of 4m, housing a pair of elegant mute swans which have given this water body its name.

194. Jalan Besar

2.5 /5

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

Jalan Besar is a one-way road in Singapore, connecting Kallang to Rochur. Meaning 'wide road' in Malay, Jalan Besar has been increasingly developing as one of Singapore's newest and most popular hipster joints. Earlier known for its rubber factories and industrial plants, Jalan Besar is now popular for delicious cupcakes, seafood, artisanal coffee and even traditional Singaporean food. Alongside these cafes, the Jalan Besar Stadium also draws many visitors to this area.

195. The Intan

2.5 /5

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

The Intan is an unconventional museum that preserves all things Peranakan over 20 years now. Extremely famous for its signature tea experience, the Intan is concealed in a Joo Chiat Terrace House. Visitors especially come here to witness the Peranakan tea culture which the Intan museum-cum-house perfectly does justice to. It is a must-visit to have a sneak-peek into the grandeur of the heritage and way of living of the Peranakans.

196. Tiong Bahru

2.5 /5

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

Tiong Bahru is Singapore's hippest neighbourhood with some of the city's most popular food and lifestyle establishments. Built between the 1930s and 50s, comprising grid-like streets of whitewashed, three-storey, spiral-staircase apartments, this was the country's first public housing project. A few buildings are architecturally unique for looking like aeroplane wings. The area doesn't only have cafes and restaurants, but also amazing bookshops, patisseries, spas, and art galleries! Enjoy some amazing food, offbeat shopping, a yoga session, or even a grooming session, while having a taste of the culturally rich, traditional Singapore. Tiong Bahru is one of Singapore's most characterful neighbourhoods, a favourite amongst locals and tourists, alike.

197. Yueh Hai Ching Temple

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

Well known as Wak Hai Cheng Bio, Yueh Hai Ching Temple is one of the oldest Taoist places of worship in Singapore. Located in Raffles Place in the heart of Singapore’s central business district, the temple is dedicated to Xuan Tian Shang Di and Tian Hou Sheng Mu, and is also known as the 'Temple of Love'. Yueh Hai Ching Temple has a mesmerising asymmetric layout that reflects Chinese architecture with immense Taoist influence making it a must-visit for people who love exploring ancient architecture or have a spiritual bent of mind.

198. Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts

2.5 /5

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

Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, or more famously NAFA, is one of the most prestigious schools for Arts in Singapore. Established in 1938, the well-reputed academy is spread across four campuses which are within walking distance from each other. Aside from its quality education and diverse curriculum, the Academy is well known for its various galleries and events. These galleries and exhibits are often open for public visitation and are highly recommended for those with interest in the Arts.

199. Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore

2.5 /5

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

The Sundaram Tagore Gallery is a modernist contemporary art gallery located in the Gillman Barracks near Labrador Park. Founded in 2000 in New York, the gallery looks to explore the contrast and interactions between different cultures of the world with its interactive, post-modern exhibitions. The gallery in the Lion City specializes in Southeast Asian artists and their heritage. This venue is frequented by Singapore’s elite connoisseurs of art, history buffs, students, and curious tourists alike.

200. Cycling at Pulau Ubin

2.5 /5

17 km
from city center
200 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Away from the busy traffic and the blaring horns, from the soaring skyscrapers and the bustling highways, explore your way through the peaceful streets of Pulau Ubin at your own pace on a bicycle. Situated off the coast of north-eastern Singapore, Pulau Ubin, which means "Granite Island", is endowed with towering coconut trees which sway with the cool breeze, wonderful shorelines, and an abundance of flora and fauna. Explore the scenic beauty of this dense island, teeming with fascinating wildlife like monkeys, wild boars and Malayan water monitors, surrounded by bright and beautiful flowers while breathing in the fresh, unpolluted air.

201. People's Park Complex

2.5 /5

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

Located within People's Park on Eu Tong Sen Street, the People's Park Complex is a high rise residential and commercial building. 31 storeys high, it was the first of its kind shopping complex in Southeast Asia due to its unique architecture which combined a shopping complex topped with apartments and offices. Situated in the heart of Chinatown, the People's Park Complex is visited for its electronic shops, massage parlours, and food stalls (which are the main draw).

202. Malay Heritage Center

2.5 /5

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

Reopened on September 1st, 2012, the Malay Heritage Center exhibits the culture, history and heritage of the Malay Singaporeans. Malay Heritage Center is located at the Sultan Gate in Kampong Glam and is a museum and cultural centre. It is made up of several magnificent bungalows, set in a beautifully landscaped garden. The original two-storey building used to belong to the local Sultan and was known as the Sultan's Palace or Istana Kampong Glam.

203. Splash N Surf

2.5 /5

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

The Splash and Surf Water playground is located on the 3rd level of the Kallang Wave Mall and is the perfect refuge from the scorching sunlight and heat. It is a small but beautiful spot for young kids to enjoy the day and also a great way for adults to spend fun leisure time with family and friends!

204. DUCKtours Singapore

2.5 /5

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

Calling themselves the amphibious craft, Singapore ducktours is an award-winning tourist attraction that offers you a city tour, but on a boat. First of its kind in Singapore, they have a safety record of over 15 years and has carried more than a million passengers. Duck Tours function throughout the day on an hourly basis till 6 in the evening. This one-hour long city tour starts by touring the historic Civic district and then starts off with the harbour tour which is done on an amphibious vehicle from Vietnam. It departs from the Suntec City and continues along the Marina Bay. The Boarding location is Suntec City, #01-330. The guide entertains you with quirky facts and anecdotes. The Ducktours has a live commentary in different languages throughout their 60 minutes journey. The languages include English, Mandarin, Bahasa, Indonesia, Korean and Japanese.

205. Port Of Lost Wonder

2.4 /5

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

Port of Lost Wonder is a popular children's waterpark located on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It is a sought-after place to visit amongst tourists, as well as the locals, to enjoy a day out with family, and is the perfect destination for families with small children between the ages 3 years to 10 years old. They aim to offer a unique family experience and create an environment for the children that keeps them occupied and gives them new experience and adventures every minute.

206. Jurong East Malls

2.4 /5

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

Found in the busy district of Jurong East, the shopping malls of Jurong East have earned recognition worldwide as being entertainment centres of global standards. One can see a variety of facilities such as Singapore's first Olympic-size ice rink, IMAX theatres, cineplexes, sky parks, a marine-themed playground, a gym with swimming pool, and other kinds of themed playgrounds, all concentrated in one area. Shoppers and visitors will be delighted by the diverse range of retail stores and the numerous food and beverage options found within these massive malls.

207. Amitabha Buddhist Centre

2.4 /5

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

Located in Geylang, Singapore, Amitabha Buddhist Centre is a centre for the study, and practice of Mahayana Buddhism. This seven-storied Tibetan Buddhist Centre aims at enlightening people and dispelling darkness from their lives by spreading Buddhist teachings and values which includes teaching the history and development of Buddhism in the region. This Buddhist Centre is for those who are inclined towards Buddhism and have a spiritual bent of mind.

208. Mizuma Gallery

2.4 /5

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

Mizuma Gallery, the brainchild of Sueo Mizuma, is a contemporary art gallery in the art cluster of Gillman Barracks, Singapore. Since its establishment in September 2012, following the footsteps of its famous predecessor in Japan, Mizuma Gallery has been the point of confluence of South Eastern and Eastern art, and a medium to expand them into the international art scene. The gallery also focuses on the promotion of Japanese art to the world, making it an ideal place to visit for the art lovers.

209. Cape of Good Hope Art Gallery

2.4 /5

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

The Cape of Good Hope Art Gallery, located at 231 Bain Street Singapore, showcases and promotes the emerging Singaporean talent. Acting as a platform to display the artwork of several second-generation Singaporean artists, Cape of Good Hope has been hosting frequent exhibitions and participating in art forums and fairs since the beginning, and today, it has become one of the pioneering art galleries of the nation.

210. Partners & Mucciaccia

2.4 /5

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

Partners and Mucciaccia is an art gallery that provides space to artists who work on images through innovation and create an extraordinary adventure and constantly emphasize the art. The Gallery opened in 2006 and slowly made its way through the countries and is now in Singapore, since 2012. It focuses on the 20th Century artists that are proven to be historically significant. It holds solo exhibitions for international artists and also showcases artists from the region.

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