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

211. Green Corridor

24.0 /5

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

Singapore's Green Corridor is one of the best walking trails in Singapore, steeped in heritage, nature and sunshine amidst its unimpaired paths. A 26-kilometre stretch of railway line that once used to connect the Malaysian Peninsula to Singapore, the trail has now been revamped to give visitors a taste of the natural vegetation and greenery of the country. While parts of the tracks have been removed to facilitate easy walking, some parts have been kept intact to give hikers a feel of what the track used to be like. Stretching from old Tanjong Pagar Rail Station in the south all the way to the Woodlands Checkpoint in the north, the now-unused line is an uninterrupted stretch of greenery that is used as a jogging track.

212. Punggol Beach

2.4 /5

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

A place laden with history, Punggol beach and its surroundings has a lot to offer to all individuals that visit. Punggol beach is considered a historic site in the National Heritage Boards list of Historic Sites. The unique placement of the boulders along the soft sands of the beach makes it a beautiful and artful place. The beach is an ideal spot for photographers and people who enjoy walking along with a scenic view.

213. Pu Ji Si Buddhist Research Centre

2.4 /5

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

The Pu Ji Si Buddhist Research Centre is a divine combination of an educational facility and house of worship, a serene 5-storeyed structure lying on Lorong 12 in the Geylang area of Singapore. This spiritual sanctuary serves as the new location for the Poh Jay Temple, where one can also find a library, classrooms, a multi-purpose hall and a tranquil rooftop garden in addition to the main shrine and meditation halls.

214. Sri Muneeswaran Hindu Temple

2.4 /5

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

Sri Muneeswaran Temple, considered to be the largest shrine in Southeast Asia dedicated to Sri Muneeswaran, is situated on the Tanglin Halt Road at Commonwealth Drive Singapore. The grand temple gets its name from the merging of the two words: 'muni' meaning 'saint', and 'ishwar', signifying 'god'. Along with the presiding deity, Sri Muneeswaran Temple also includes the idols of several well-known Hindu gods like Lord Vinayagar, Sri Durgai Amman, Sri Ayappan, Sri Krishna and Sri Mariamman, to name a few. It is also said to be the only temple in Singapore to house the deities of Sri Naga Raja and Rani.

215. Land, Sea & Sky City Pass

0 km
from city center
215 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Land, Sea and Sky is a package introduced by the CityTours, Singapore. This includes triple experience combining all land, sea and the sky! Covering all three dimensions in one single pass, this three-day package is a perfect way to discover Singapore's best tourist attractions. The Land attractions start off on the FunVee Open Top Bus. A one-day hopper offers FunVee City Hop on Hop off, Marina Sightseeing and the Sentosa Shuttle with unlimited use (within 1 day). This package also includes an admission ticket to Gardens by the Bay's Flower Dome, OCBC Skyway and the Cloud Forest. Along with this, a Singapore River Boat experience and a choice between the Marina Bay Sands Skypark or 1 Altitude Observatory Deck.

216. Art-2 Gallery

2.4 /5

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

Singapore is the land of extraordinary artistic creations, and a number of them are showcased in the various art galleries within the city. From ancient to abstract, from modern to contemporary, these art galleries are no less than Paradise to art enthusiasts and it is no wonder that they are frequented by people all over the world. The Art-2 Gallery is among one of the pioneering art galleries of Singapore, situated at 140 Hill Street and specializes in ceramics, contemporary paintings and sculptures. Established in 1991, this magnificent gallery hosts bold exhibitions displaying bright, vibrant paintings and sculptures under the guidance of its director, Vera Ong. The various artworks displayed in this gallery give expression to the Southeast Asian art form.

217. Jurong Hill Lookout Tower

2.4 /5

13 km
from city center
217 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The places that are offbeat are usually the places to be, and the colossal Jurong Lookout Tower is an ideal example of this. Providing a panoramic view of the vibrant district of Jurong, this viewing tower stands at a towering height of eighteen metres.

218. Jejawi Tower

2.4 /5

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

The Jejawi Tower stands at a soaring height of 20 metres and is situated at the Chek Jawa Wetlands in Singapore. The chirp of birds in the thick canopy of the lush forests, the chatter of monkeys up to some mischief, and the breathtaking view of the tropical forest and the ocean below are what make this place an ideal spot for nature enthusiasts.

219. Istana Change Of Guards

2.4 /5

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

The Istana Park is located in front of the Presidential residence, Istana. A gateway to Singapore's Civic District Trail, the park is an education and information hub of Singapore's rich history. The main highlight of the park's main gateway is the Changing of Guards Ceremony that happens every month. Every month during the Ceremonial Changing of Guards, a squad of 20 guards from the Armed Military Forces Police Command takes over the duties of the former guards who were patrolling for the previous month, and a new unit of guards are stationed and signified by this ceremony.

220. Large Reclining Figure

2.4 /5

0 km
from city center
220 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Large Reclining Figure is a sculpture - a flexuous-abstract-human figure, built by Henry Moore. Perceived mostly in a human form, the figure has a notch at the head that resembles a widely divided hoof. It is then followed by a narrowed torso with a suspended bosom. The left arm is rested on the ground while the right one is connected to a pelvis that is reclining on the ground. From the pelvis is an extended bone which represents a limb, stretching to one side.

221. Thaipusam

2.4 /5

0 km
from city center
221 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Imbued with ancient tradition and roots and enveloped by joy and flamboyance, Thaipusam is one of the most beautiful Hindu festivals which is celebrated by the Tamil population not just in India, but all across the globe. This two-day festival falls on the day of the full moon during the Tamil month of Thai and is usually celebrated in either January or February, depending on the position of the moon. Celebration of Thaipusam in Singapore involves early morning prayers, asceticism, self-control, processions and piercings, and is celebrated in honour of Lord Murugan, who is the Hindu God of war and epitomizes youth, power, and virtue.

222. Abundance III Sculpture

2.4 /5

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

A piece of awe-inspiring art, the wonderful Abundance III sculpture is a huge bronze ring which adds an unusual charm to Suntec City, Singapore. Constructed in 1995, this illusionistic ring was sculpted by Sun Yu-Li, the former Singaporean architect who had given up architecture in order to pursue his love for sculpting.

223. Club Street Singapore

2.4 /5

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

Located in the heart of Chinatown within the Outram Planning Area, is the very popular Club Street. An L-shaped enclave between the historic Chinatown and the modern Telok Ayer, it links Cross Street with Ann Siang Hill, leading to South Bridge Road. Formerly a sleepy little place, Club Street now draws extensive crowds as it is lined with numerous bars and restaurants. It is also famous for its beautiful shop houses, which have been conserved and turned into charming galleries and cafes. These magnificent shop houses lend the bars and restaurants an exquisite old world charm, which makes Club Street a perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink with friends.

224. Six Brushstrokes

2.4 /5

0 km
from city center
224 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

One of the last works of Roy Lichtenstein, 'Six Brushstrokes' is an artwork made of aluminium sculpture that infuses Chinese calligraphic traditions and western bebop that portray abstract illusions of nature, seashores and land, thereby completing Lichtenstein's wish to display his art in Singapore. These post-industrial themed artworks are commissioned explicitly at Millennia Walk, Singapore. Six Brushstrokes was authorised in 1996. These six different pieces of aluminium sculptures are at a distance of four to twelve meters. Each of the six sculptures is a perfect manifestation of Chinese and Western culture.

225. Deepavali

2.4 /5

0 km
from city center
225 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The festival of lights, Deepavali or Diwali is one of the grandest festivals in India, celebrated with great pomp and show. Deepavali in Singapore is also quite grand and one of the major festivals. As light triumphs over darkness, as good conquers evil, the Little India of Singapore comes to life with colourful rangolis and vibrant fairy lights. On Diwali, Households are adorned with floral garlands, beautiful, geometric shapes created with colourful powdered rice or flower petals embellish the entrances, the streets are ornate with gates made of dazzling rice lights, and the markets are loaded with fashionable jewellery and knick-knacks.

226. Dairy Farm Nature Park

2.4 /5

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

The Dairy Farm Nature Park is a magnificent nature park located in the Upper Bukit Timah area of Singapore. Spread across a thriving 63-hectare land, it is famous for nature trails, hiking, and the quarry. At the south-western end of the park lies the Singapore Quarry, a relaxing wetland and picturesque spot, serving as a prime spot for freshwater flora and fauna including the critically endangered little grebe bird. Gain knowledge about the changing landscape of the dairy farm and explore the wonders of nature through varied exhibits at the Dairy Farm Nature Park.

227. Tekka Centre

2.4 /5

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

The belly of the city's Little India, Tekka Centre is a colourful hawker market located in the Little India neighbourhood, right outside the MRT. Housing the biggest 'wet' market of Singapore, this brightly painted building also stores a wide array of products from vibrant Indian clothing to biryani! People of several ethnic backgrounds visit and run this place - from the locals to Indians to the Malays - making Tekka centre is a learning ground for the culture of Singapore.

228. Thimithi

2.4 /5

0 km
from city center
228 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

How far would you be willing to go in the name of religion? Do you ever wonder if your soul is pure enough to be able to walk on fire without being scathed or are you scared of perishing immediately? Every year, thousands of faithful devotees walk barefoot across a long stretch of burning charcoal as an offering to the goddess Draupati Amman or Draupadi. Believed to be an incarnation of Goddess Mariamman, Draupati Amman was the only wife of the five Pandavas in the Mahabharata epic. Once a year, the chant of 'Om Shakti' reverberates in the air, the environment is electrifying, and the smoke of the hot burning charcoal encompasses the surroundings. The loud blare of the drums and the rising flames create a divine atmosphere while throngs of people watch or participate in this festival. This fire-walking ceremony, held once a year, is popularly known as Thimithi.

229. Singapore International Film Festival

2.3 /5

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

Singapore International Film Festival is one of the most renowned international film festivals which happens every year around November and December in Singapore. The focus of this film festival is to display internationally acknowledged films and provide them with a global platform. It started in 1987 and has now become the longest-running film festival in Singapore. Running over a period of 11 days, this film festival reaches to around 100,000 people every year. One must attend the Singapore Film Festival if one is a film fanatic and would want to learn more about film making.

230. Marine Cove Playground

2.3 /5

12 km
from city center
230 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Marine Cove Outdoor Park for children is located within the East Coast Park of Singapore serving as a kid-friendly place for children of every age. The young children have access to 3,500 square metres of open space and play with a variety of toys and implements meant to provide hours of fun.

231. Kranji Farms

2.3 /5

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

Kranji is Singapore's most famous farmland spanning an area of over 600 hectares. The Kranji farms, earlier known as Kranji Countryside, houses over 200 farms, out of which only 18 are open to the public. The Farmer’s Market at Kranji Farms is quite interesting where visitors can learn about fresh farming and interact with local farmers. Surrounded by jungle and wetlands, Kranji is the perfect getaway for those looking forward to spending some time in the countryside.

232. Changi Village Hawker Centre

2.3 /5

19 km
from city center
232 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

With the boardwalks and the beach parks, the temples and the chapels, Changi Village is a popular hub among the locals and visitors alike. However, what sets the place apart from the rest is the Changi Village Hawker Centre serving mouth-watering Malay food to the ones who throng the place day in and day out.

233. Keppel Hill Reservoir

2.3 /5

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

The Keppel Hill Reservoir is an abandoned reservoir located at Joaquim Garden and Landscape of Keppel Hill in Singapore. It is not a very popular trek amongst hikers even though it is not a very tough feat to perform. This is so because of the rumours of people being drowned in the reservoir and the place being haunted. For this reason, Keppel Hill Reservoir Trek is also known as the “abandoned trail.” This trek is meant for adventurous people and not for the faint-hearted as Keppel Hill Reservoir Trek is a journey to find a reservoir that seems to be lost in the wilderness. This trek is a good option for those who love exploring lonely pockets that are less frequented.

234. Everton Park

2.2 /5

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

The second hippest area in Singapore (after Tiong Bahru), Everton Park is a great place for foodies and fun-lovers! Right opposite to the Duxton area, this charming neighbourhood is a mix of suburban and old-fashioned ideas. It is definitely a must-visit for those who like to explore the food scene of Singapore with its cafes and restaurants.

235. Myra's Beach Club

2.2 /5

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

Myra's Beach Club is a one of its kind restaurant that serves a unique mixture of North Indian and Mexican food. Aside from its beach club location that gives the view of the clear waters and beautiful sky, Myra's also has outlets at the indoor Stadium, Fort Canning Park and the Quay. Indulge in freshly-made delectable food items whilst enjoying the serene view of the open ocean. The vibrant decor and endless options of cuisines to pick from are some of the major highlights of this restaurant.

236. Beaches On Sentosa

2.2 /5

12 km
from city center
236 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Just south of Singapore, Sentosa Island is one of the most popular places in the city. It is a big island full of man-made activities geared for tourists and also houses three of the best beaches in Singapore - Tanjong Beach, Siloso Beach, and Palawan Beach. For centuries, the island was known as Pulau Blakang Mati, meaning 'death from behind'. This name wasn't a very lucrative one; tourists would be repelled rather than be attracted to visit the island. And so, in 1972 the name was changed to Sentosa: which means 'peace and tranquillity' from the Sanskrit word, Santosha.

237. Hungry Ghost Festival

2.2 /5

0 km
from city center
237 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Hungry Ghost Festival is a religiously significant festival in Singapore that takes place during the seventh month of the lunar calendar. It is a month-long festival in which Buddhist and Taoist devotees perform rituals and offer prayers and foods to the wandering spirits. During this month, the living pay tribute to the deceased ones and the entire Lion City becomes lively with entertainment shows and traditional events.

238. Mountain Biking Parks

2.2 /5

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

Mountain Biking is a thrilling, adrenaline-fuelled adventure sport which has recently risen to popularity in Singapore. From its tropical rainforests to seaside locations, several spots in Singapore make it ideal for a Mountain Biking adventure. It is now a serious passion among local Singaporean people, as well as those visiting Singapore. These six Mountain Biking Trails and Parks are sure to accommodate enthusiasts of all grades- from Novice to Advanced.

239. Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore

2.2 /5

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

Bright lanterns, colourful garlands, delicious food and exuberant gatherings- the Mooncake Festival adorns Singapore with the most vibrant colours and fills the air with an appetizing scent. The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional east-Asian celebration honouring the Moon Goddess Chang’e, held on the fifteenth day of the eighth month of the Chinese lunar calendar. This event is a harvest and thanksgiving carnival that celebrates the values of family, prayer, and love. Twinkling lanterns, bright garlands, rich mooncakes, mouth-watering Chinese snacks, and festivities are part of the celebrations, making this festival a must-experience for tourists.

240. Westgate Wonderland

2.2 /5

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

Westgate Wonderland is the largest thematic rooftop playground located on the fourth floor of Westgate Mall in Singapore. Spread in an area of 11,000 square feet, it is popular among children for the giant replicas of insects, lily pads, and flowers as well as large spraying water cans. The major attractions at Westgate Wonderland include artificial rock climbing, slides, see-saws or a 10-meter high tree-house.

241. Former Saint Joseph's Institution

2.2 /5

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

The Former Saint Joseph's Institution is a historic building in Singapore located at Bras Basah Road in the Museum Planning Area, within the Central Area. Currently, it is also known as the Singapore Art Museum as it houses the same. It was designated as one of the National monuments of Singapore in 1992.

242. Mount Serapong

2.2 /5

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

One of the forgotten treasures of Singapore, Mount Serapong is a small hill in Sentosa Island where the dilapidated ruins of Fort Serapong are located. A place of visit for only the true explorers, the post-apocalyptic ruins on Mount Serapong date back to 1885 – the fort was once used to ward off pirates and invaders. Amongst the tourist attractions on the island and the luxury lifestyle of Sentosa Cove, this place seems quite out of the place as it is almost completely reclaimed by nature. The remnants still found in the area include underground magazines, support structures, casemates and a bunker which is 20 metres under the casemates and once served as a command centre.

243. Masjid Malabar

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

Sitting in a quiet corner with Victoria Street on one side and Jalan Sultan on the other, the magnificent Malabar Muslim Jama-Ath Mosque, or simply the Masjid Malabar, is the only mosque in the multicultural city of Singapore which is under the management of the Malabar Muslim Community. The mosque gets its unique charm from a blue and white facade that is glorified with a golden dome on top making it popular as the “Golden Dome Mosque.” It is also renowned as the little cousin of the Sultan Mosque because of similar golden domes structures.

244. Botanic Garden Tanglin Gate

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

The Botanic Gardens house some of the unique gardens in Singapore that use incredibly progressive techniques to nurture their plants. The Tanglin Gate Entrance of the Botanic Gardens is one of the four main entrances. This gate is also well known as the main entrance gate. Established in 1859, Tanglin Gate is sought to be the oldest part of the Botanic Gardens which is clearly shown in its exhibits that contain a rich amount of heritage and history and showcases them with pride. The Tanglin Gate Core contains age-old fixtures such as the Swan Lake and the Bandstand while also housing important buildings such as the SBG Heritage Museum and CDL Green Gallery, as well as gardens, such as the Sun Garden and the Bonsai Garden.

245. Chingay Parade Singapore

13 km
from city center
245 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

The Chingay Parade is an annual celebration of the Lunar New Year, held at the Marina Bay Circuit in Singapore’s Central Area. Derived from the Mandarin word for ‘costume,’ this iconic extravaganza conducted by the People’s Association showcases the best of the Lion City’s diverse and unique culture, with captivating lights, huge floats, costumed characters, street performances, and props. Named Asia’s largest street parade, this electrifying fiesta features extravagant and intricately decorated floats, cultural dance shows, dancing dragons, martial arts displays, stilt walkers, and aerial performances that span different cultures, ethnicities, and traditions.

246. Mosaic Music Festival

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

A festival for all the music enthusiasts, the Mozaic Music Festival is a decades-old tradition that features phenomenal musicians of different and unconventional genres. Extending over a week, this exceptional music festival has singers and musicians from across the country and overseas. With a deeper intention of bridging the gap between Singaporean and International music artists, this music festival is held at Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay. With genres like indie rock, hip-hop, folk, jazz, and other unconventional fortes, the Mosaic Music Series aims to bring the musical community of Singapore together and deepen its appreciation for new exceptional and experimental styles.

247. Singapore International Jazz Festival

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

The Singapore International Jazz Festival is a popular jazz musical celebration held every year in the Lion City, featuring award-winning international sensations and local talent. Also known as SingJazz, this extravaganza is held yearly at the Marina Bay Sands and features the best of blues, jazz, and swing music from around the globe. Attended by more than twenty thousand music enthusiasts last year, the event has seen musicians like Grammy-winning Lalah Hathaway, Kamie Cullum, David Foster, Nik West, Soul II Soul, Incognito, and Lauryn Hill grace the stage in power-packed performances.

248. Singapore Food Festival

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

If you love food and if you love travelling, Singapore's annual food fiesta may as well be your gastronomical escape to heavenly food at every turn. The food stall authorities definitely know how to seize this opportunity and bring out the best of Singapore's passion for food, with an over the top range of multicultural, heritage and explorative culinary experiences. A perfect blend of more than a dozen scrumptious escapades, this food festival features traditional, contemporary, local and international flavours. With a particular emphasis on Singaporean Cuisine, the SFF is mainly oriented toward conveying Singapore's culture and heritage and bridging the gap of awareness through food. The food festival not only offers food but also presents to you craft workshops, cooking demonstrations and theatrical experiences. 

249. Vesak Day

0 km
from city center
249 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Vesak Day is a religious festival celebrated by Buddhists all over the world, falling in April-May every year. The most significant day in the Buddhist calendar, the Buddhists in Singapore and all over the world celebrate this day as the birth, enlightenment, and passing of the Buddha. Also known as Buddha Purnima, this festival enumerates the message of the Buddha and aims to remind devotees of their sacred duties of peace and tolerance.

250. Great Singapore Sale

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

The Great Singapore Sale is one of the biggest shopping festivals in Singapore. This month-long event is all about great buys at discounted rates and taking part in exciting activities that are particularly organised for the occasion. Even the smaller shops in different parts of the city take part in the sale and offer steep discounts on the original price. The Great Singapore Sale is managed by the Singapore Retailers Association and aims at boosting tourism in this region.

251. Haji Lane

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

One of the narrowest streets in Singapore, Haji Lane is a chic alleyway splattered with colourful independent boutiques, cafes and quirky stores, sitting in the heart of Kampong Glam. The Bohemian street is lined with yoga centres, tattoo parlours, and vintage Egyptian restaurants attracting the young crowd who visit Haji Lane to shop at Singapore's nifty shops or just hang out with friends. The colourful graffiti splashed all across Haji Lane is another major attraction beckoning indie-minded shoppers looking to buy trendy and affordable brands.

252. Ann Siang Hill

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

A place where rich history meets the modern and hippy trends, a place where you'll find resorted shopping stores, restaurants and niche boutiques, a place that'll leave you in awe, is Ann Siang Hill in Chinatown, Singapore. If Clarke Quay is the queen of parties, then the Ann Siang Road and Club Street area is its lose cousin with the same lively and fun vibes. The place gets charged with an electrifying aura as soon as the sun goes down and becomes favourite among the night lovers.

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