Singapore Attractions

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Singapore Attractions

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Beautiful old shophouses in Chinatown, Singapore - we just love immersing ourselves in the rich culture there!

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Have you spotted this at the Singapore Botanic Gardens? Many of our guests and staff alike enjoy a quick evening jog from the hotel to this scenic location.

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The Singapore Flyer is the world's tallest observation wheel - we still can't decide if it's more beautiful at night or in the day!

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Universal Studios Singapore's duelling roller coaster Battlestar Galactica: Human vs. Cylon is reopening with new ride vehicles on 27 May 2015. Which roller coaster will you ride first? Human or Cylon?

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

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A quaint and shady corner at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

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Far Far Away – Universal Studios, Singapore

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Fort Canning lighthouse shines again

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SEA Aquarium Singapore Fish

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Changi Airport Terminal 3

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Singapore Food Trail @ The Flyer by Paul Wang #sketches

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#Singapore's first #cat cafe - #Neko no Niwa features 13 cats with unique personalities of their own. Play with these cats while having your desserts and drinks at the cafe today! Nearest MRT: Boat Quay

Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa

Kampong Glam, also known as Arab Quarters is a neighborhood with strong ethnic-Malay presence in Singapore. The Sultan Mosque (Masjid Sultan), one of Singapore's most spectacular religious architecture can also be found here. Nearest MRT: Bugis

Kampong Glam

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Chinatown in Singapore is a cultural district featuring traditional Chinese elements such as the oldest Hokkien temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple;conserved shophouses and the Chinatown complex where you can experience the Singapore ‘wet market’. Nearest MRT: Chinatown

Chinatown MRT Interchange (NE4/DT19)

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AMPED Trampoline Park is #Singapore's very first indoor #trampoline park! Be one of the first to try out their facilities located at Tanjong Katong Road! Nearest MRT: Dakota #AMPED

Singapore's FIRST Indoor Trampoline Park

Take a walk down the Singapore River precinct and take in the contrast between old conserved shophouses and modern skyscrapers. Understand the pivotal role it played in the economic and cultural development of Singapore through the sculptures along this waterfront. Nearest MRT: Raffles Place

Singapore River

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The Malay Heritage Centre provides cultural exposure and showcases the history of the Malay community in Singapore. It also house a collection of artifact and exhibitions on Kampong Glam's history as a bustling port. Nearest MRT: Bugis

Malay Heritage Centre

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The MICA building is a colonial landmark, home to the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA). This national monument is sure to catch your eyes with all of its 911 windows painted in a myriad of colors. Nearest MRT: Clarke Quay

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Located in the Central Fire Station, the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery showcases the fire fighting and civil defence developments in Singapore from late 1800s till today. Nearest MRT: City Hall

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery

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The Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City Mall is listed as the largest fountain in the world in the Guinness Book of Records in 1998. Visitors are invited to walk around the fountain base for good luck during the day and watch the mesmerizing laser performance at night. Nearest MRT: City Hall

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The Port of Lost Wonder (POLW) at Sentosa is Singapore’s first kids’ club by the beach designed especially for children aged 3-10 years old. The POLW features a pirate ship where kids can ride the slide and stand by at the water gun. There are also other islands for the children to discover and explore the wonders. Nearest MRT: HarbourFront

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Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Kampong Glam, Haji Lane is a small alley housing quaint boutiques and vintage shops by local designers and entrepreneurs. Look out for fashionable wears and quirky accessories in this little fashionista paradise. Nearest MRT: Bugis

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