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

253. Beerfest Asia

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

Beerfest Asia is a one-of-its-kind beer festival, held every year for more than a decade across different grand locations in Singapore. For those who have a taste for it, Beerfest Asia is the perfect place to find, sample and experiment with the old classics as well as the newest brews in the Asian market, which otherwise would be very difficult to find locally. Along with bringing a wide array of brews of varying flavours out to the visitors, Beerfest Asia is also an extravaganza of food, music and entertainment of the most unique kind.

254. Affordable Art Fair

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

Art is a form of expression. It expresses how you feel. Even since mankind has started to evolve on this planet, man has been expressing his thought in artistic styles. The wall cave paintings of ancient times are fine examples of how man painted the wall to tell/inform others. In the present age, art has become a lifestyle and a profession as well. Every year, there are art exhibitions and art fairs organised at mass scale. So, here's the dream festival for all the artists and art lovers from all over the world. No matter if you are a budding artist or a seasoned art collector, this event marks the celebration of art. Perhaps among the largest fairs of its own kind, Affordable Art Fair Singapore host artists and art enthusiasts who come here to showcase and witness talent. A great way to connect with like-minded people, AAF Singapore is truly a carnival of art lovers who will come from different corners of the world to celebrate the essence of art. The biggest art exhibition show of Singapore brings all the professional and raw talents under one roof from all over so that they can unite, share, communicate, appreciate and be a part of art fraternity.

255. Laneway Festival Singapore

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

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is an indie music extravaganza held every year in the Meadow, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore’s Central Area. The festival is a haven for rock-n-roll, alternative, electronic, and indie enthusiasts – the grooving music event sets the stage for a toe-tapping, hip-swaying evening against the Singapore skyline. What started out as a small backyard music festival in Melbourne, Australia, has now grown to international heights, featuring artists like Sam Rui, Aurora, Gang of Youths, Tourist, Tycho, Mick Jenkins, and many more across nine cities spanning five countries.

256. Singapore National Day

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

"One Heart, One Nation, One Singapore."

Celebrated each year on August 9, the National Day of Singapore is the celebration of Singapore's freedom from Malaysia in 1965. The celebrations begin with a National Day Parade and end with beautiful fireworks. Held at the Marina Bay, National Day celebrations involve an address by the Prime Minister, followed by a dazzling show of fireworks. While the National Day of Singapore is celebrated on 9th August each year, the rehearsals for it begins atleast 3 to 4 months in advance and the preview shows begin around two weeks in advance.

257. Resorts World Sentosa

709 km
from city center
257 out of 258
places to visit in Singapore

Located in : Sentosa Island

Resorts World Sentosa, also known as RWS, is one of Asia’s premium integrated resort situated in the Sentosa island. A Singaporean lifestyle destination, it is known to be the third most expensive building. The resort comprises of two casinos, Adventure Cove Water Park, Universal Studios, Dolphin Island, SEA Aquarium (known to be world’s second-largest oceanarium), a world-renowned spa, and the Maritime Experiential Museum.

258. Navratri

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

Navarathri. The beautiful Indian festival that brings the entire city together in harmony and merriment. During this festival, Singapore is lit with bright candles, vibrant diyas and glittering lanterns. People are dressed in colourful ethnic wear, and the air is filled with the sounds of melodious beats, the scent of burning incense, and the wafting smell of delicious food. The city is decked with scintillating colours in the form of flowers and lanterns and different varieties of spicy Indian food. Navarathri is one of the festivals which show how Singapore is a multicultural city, when all the citizens, be it Indian or otherwise, come together and forget all their differences to immerse themselves in celebration.

FAQs on Singapore

What are the top activities in Singapore?

The top activities in Singapore are Gardens by the Bay Ticket in Singapore, Skyline Luge Ticket in Sentosa, S.E.A. Aquarium Ticket in Sentosa, Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass, ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands Ticket, Adventure Cove Waterpark.

What are the top shopping places in Singapore?

The top shopping places in Singapore are Orchard Road, Arab Street Singapore, VivoCity.

How can I commute within Singapore?

Singapore with its wide range of well-organized transportation system is one of the easiest cities in Asia to get around. The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is one of the quickest and most comfortable ways to commute around the island. The facility begins at 05:30 in morning and runs until midnight. Trains run at a frequency of 2 - 3 minutes during peaks hours and 5 - 7 minutes during non-peak hours. A single trip on MRT can cost from SGD 1.40 - 2.50 plus SGD 1 as refundable deposit. However, if you are planning to stay there even for a week EZ-Link Card is a better option, which can be bought from the customer care counter at station for SGD 10 (SGD 5 non-refundable deposit). Singapore Tourist Pass is an alternative to EZ-Link Card offering unlimited use of bus and train (Costs SGD 10 plus SGD 10 refundable deposit). The TransitLink Guide costing SGD 2.80 from Kinokoniya Bookstore lists all the routes of MRT, buses and areas surrounding MRT stations. Another way of commuting, especially plying on tourists routes, are the Trishaws, which are easily available near Raffles Hotel and just outside the Chinatown Complex. Make sure you use your bargaining skills to get a good deal. One can always check bus departure time for any station online at www.sbstransit.com.sg or download an app - SBS Transit irisê.
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What are the top sightseeing places in Singapore?

The top sightseeing places in Singapore are Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Flyer, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Sentosa Island, Singapore Night Safari.

How much does a package cost for Singapore?

The packages for Singapore start at INR 8432 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here
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