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    What We Love About Singapore

    Despite being a tiny island and a former fishing village, the modern city of Singapore is filled with so much to explore! Visit the iconic symbol of Singapore at Merlion Park and enjoy views of the waterfront before heading off to Gardens by the Bay where you can witness various flora in bloom. For the best views of the Singapore cityscape, head to the Marina Bay Sands. If you're looking for adventure, spend a day at Sentosa Island and indulge in various outdoor activities or head to Universal Studios Singapore for some heart-pumping fun. You can even visit animals at the Singapore Zoo or the Night Safari, the world's first nocturnal zoo.

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    About Singapore

    Despite being a tiny island and a former fishing village, the modern city of Singapore is filled with so much to explore! Visit the iconic symbol of Singapore at Merlion Park and enjoy views of the waterfront before heading off to Gardens by the Bay where you can witness various flora in bloom. For the best views of the Singapore cityscape, head to the Marina Bay Sands.


    If you're looking for adventure, spend a day at Sentosa Island and indulge in various outdoor activities or head to Universal Studios Singapore for some heart-pumping fun. You can even visit animals at the Singapore Zoo or the Night Safari, the world's first nocturnal zoo.

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    Local weather

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    General info

    • Time Zone
      GMT +08:00

    • Currency
      Singapore Dollar

      1USD = 1.36SGD

    • Best Time To Visit
      • JUL

        Great Singapore Sale

      • DEC

        Christmas light-up along Orchard Road

    What Travellers Think of Singapore

    Ai Hwa
    Published 320 days ago
    We had a great time at Universal Studio Singapore! We enjoyed all the rides and it’s useful to get an express pass to skip the queues. An unlimited pass is even better as we could skip the queues to play the same ride more than once! Thank you KLOOK for this 1 day ticket and unlimited pass deal! We couldn’t find this deal in other websites giving cheaper rates than the USS website.
    MingFang
    Published 284 days ago
    Very recommended !!! Not only the exhibits, text, photos, audio and video records, multimedia guides always start with a dialogue of the characters at the time, the exhibition area is supplemented by lights, sounds, and smells, such as smelling sweet and sweet in the Dongxing Cake Shop exhibition area Sweet egg tower flavor ~ This part of the history of Chinese immigrants to Singapore, the story comes from the small people in the market, the real story can resonate, the rendering power is particularly strong, it is worth a visit !!!
    Penphitcha
    Published 277 days ago
    The restaurant guide is very useful. For those who do not have time to find information on where to eat and what to eat because in Singapore there are many different foods. Each station has different restaurants that are cool. Suggest to download it as an alternative. Aside from searching for great stores through Pantip or Google
    ChiehTing
    Published 273 days ago
    Jimmy and I met at Nanyang Old Coffee, and it was a very good start. I don't even know there is such a special way to order a cup of coffee in Singapore. After that, we walked into the Buddha Tooth Temple, Chinatown Market, Little India, Singapore Botanical Garden, and Newton Food Centre. What makes me most happy is that the market has many delicious food and a botanical garden with fresh air like nature. During this journey, Jimmy also introduced many tips and common sense, each of which is amazing. On the way back, I kept playing back the beautiful memories of Singapore in my mind. Thanks for the tour, Jimmy!
    Melvin
    Published 68 days ago
    DescriptionYa Kun Kaya Toast is a Singaporean chain of mass-market, retro-ambience cafés selling toast products, soft-boiled eggs and coffee. Founded by Loi Ah Koon in 1944, Ya Kun remained a small family-run stall for decades, but has expanded rapidly since Loi's youngest son headed the business in 1999.
    Dhananjay
    Published 20 days ago
    The national gallery museum of Singapore is enormous. It's five floors big, plus a rooftop garden deck that shows the entire skyline of the city in all of its glory. Must go. Each floor has around 2-3 exhibitions split between two wings, and can be exhausting to look at so many spectacular art pieces. But it is essential to visit this place if you are around. I can't recommend it more, and Klook makes it stupendously easy to book tickets.

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