The Singapore Zoo is a must see attraction for all tourists!
Allocate a full day for visiting the zoo. Don’t miss the Rainforest Walk, Elephants of Asia, the Australian Outback and the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia.
Check showtimes and feeding times for a more in-depth knowledge of the animals. Feeding times are available at the entrance [...]
Sentosa celebrates its 40th Anniversary this June!
Join Pinocchio, Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks & The Three Bears as they share with you their adventures on Sentosa.
Storytelling Comes Alive!, an international award-winning interactive event where the storyteller uses a giant storybook and puppetry to bring the exciting and fun stories to life.
Date: 1 – 24 [...]
Do not be deceived by this tiny island known worldwide for its world class infrastructure, skyscrapers and business efficiencies, there are many things to see and do in Singapore. Numerous attractions have been sprouting up all over country, the newest being the Universal Studios theme park on Sentosa.
Allow an entire day for exploring Sentosa Island. [...]
Famous for being a shopping paradise, Singapore offers a myriad of shopping experiences, from ethnic shopping in Geylang Serai and Little India to high-end boutique along Orchard Road and Marina Bay.
The world famous shopping street, Orchard Road, stretches from Dhoby Ghuat Station to Orchard Station. For high-end boutique shopping, be sure to check out Ion, [...]
Gold Rush: Treasures of Ukraine presents the rich history of Ukraine treasures excavated from tombs and settlements in the forest and grassland regions north of the Black Sea.
Date: 29 May – 2 Aug 2012
Venue: Exhibition Gallery 2, National Museum of Singapore
Ticket: from sistic
What is Singapore’s national pastime? Eating! That’s right! When dining in Singapore, you’re spoilt for choice, with local favourites like char kway teow, roti prata and satay to Mediterranean, Japanese, European and American cuisine.
Try the alfresco waterfront dining at the Marina Bay, One Fullertown, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay.
Fine dining with a breathtaking sky view [...]
If you are looking for a place to party the night away, hit the clubs along Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and the newest St James Power Station.
With each of the clubs spinning up different beats, live acts, dance floors and private lounges, you are sure to find one that suits your clubbing preference.
Be sure to [...]
Renowned for our World Class Transportation, virtually any place of interests is within an hour’s journey from the city centre.
To see Singapore at your own pace, there are a few hop-on and off buses, City Sightseeing, Trolley & Boat, SIA Hop-on and FunVee, to name a few. These buses offer different routes to major sights, [...]
Singapore is located near the Equator, hence the climate falls into the Tropical category with no discernable seasons throughout the year.
The weather in Singapore generally falls between 22 and 22 degree celsius. The hotter months are generally from February to June. With the cooler and rainy months from November to January.
Although Singapore is a tiny [...]
In this tiny island of Singapore, there is much to see and do!
Singapore is known among shopaholics for its famous shopping stree, Orchard Road, where shops ranges from designer boutiques to local street labels!
Being a multi-cultural country, Singapore is home to a myriad of cuisines! From Indian Rojak, to hainanese chicken rice, to nasi bryani, [...]