Our top 10 MUST-SEE attractions for Singapore!

  1. Universal Studios Singapore: Release your inner kid and enjoy extravagant attractions & rides that will keep you entertained for hours on end! Immerse yourself in a range of movie magic zones from the Sci-Fi City to Madagascar, there’s something for everyone!
  2. Magnificent Night Safari: Travelling by tram, you’ll explore the many nocturnal animals & wildlife within the Singapore Zoo. This adventure is a truly unique experience where you’ll observe a range of exotic animals in their natural “after-hours” habitat. 
  3. Gardens by the Bay: A stunning nature park within Central Singapore. These massive tree-like structures have been developed to encourage greater greenery and flora within the city. Walk from the east to the south of the gardens via a scenic waterfront walkway.
  4. Eating with the locals: a range of cuisines are on offer from traditional Singaporean food at the Lau Pa Sat Markets to the famous Bread Street Kitchen owned by Britain’s Gordon Ramsay.
  5. The Singapore flyer: For incredible 360 degree views of the cityscape visit the Singapore flyer – Asia’s largest observation wheel! You’ll be sure to snap an Insta-worthy pic here!
  6. Singapore After Dark: Our favourite nightclubs include the rooftops of the Marina Bay Sands & the Clarke Quay for all drinking preferences…
  7. Like your spice? The famous chilli crap may be your new favourite dish! Available at most seafood restaurants, you’ll fall in love with the delicacy of flavours.
  8. Shopping on a budget? Bugis street has fantastic bargains and we don’t doubt you’ll find something worth your money! From old-school vintage to urban trendy, it’s all here.
  9. Check out Tiong Bahru, Singapore’s hot new hipster neighborhood that’s filled with cool shops, restaurants, bars, and restored shophouses.
  10. Haji Lane in the Kampong Glam neighborhood is a tucked-away alley that holds a collection of narrow shophouses that have been converted into hip shops – fashionistas you will love!


Sneaky 11: The Mid Autumn Festival (held annually from mid September to mid October in Singapore’s Chinatown) includes a variety of creative lantern and decorative displays and, of course, devouring scrumptious mooncakes. 

TravelCat Tip: There are plenty of opportunities to stay connected with Singapore’s range of free public Wi-Fi hotspots including Wireless@SG & Changi Airport.


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