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An entire nation obsessed with shopping, architecture, good food and parties? Oh yes, and how! Singapore’s sensory pleasures draw lovers of the good life from across continents, and keep them coming back for more. Compact and cool, The Lion City may not have major world landmarks to tick off your list, but that’s just as well, considering how many superb eateries, clubs, boutiques, spas and hawker centres and a full calendar of adventurous activities you will want to check out while here


Clarke Quay

Clark Bay is an old harbour, now a buzzing part of Singapore with some of the best eating joints, bars and cafes. Try the G-Max Bungy, Singapore's first and only reverse bungee, which will catapult you to a height of 60 meters at 200km/hr!

Gardens By the Bay

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore are a sprawling expanse of 101 hectares with beautiful views of the Bay. This garden is inspired by an orchid and comes in the ‘Top 10 Indoor Gardens of the World’.


ArtScience Museum

The museum is located in a modern building that seamlessly combines art and science. The 6,000 square metres house a permanent exhibition and frequent touring exhibitions. The odd shape of the museum, the work of architect Moshe Safdie, is reminiscent of a lotus flower, although it is referred to as the welcoming hand of Singapore. The roof of the building channels rainwater into a lovely pond with aquatic plants.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Although quite contemporary (opened in 2007), the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is definitely worth a visit. The building is a minimalist design and also has a theatre for showing films, giving talks and cultural events, as well as two museums dedicated to the Buddhist doctrine and the history of the Buddha relics; the sacred tooth is kept on the third floor. The visit is loaded with Buddhist art and culture.


The Merlion
The official symbol of Singapore, Merlion literally translates as ‘Sea Lion’. It is a reminder of what this modern city once was - a small fishing town. Located at Marina Bay, it makes for a gorgeous sight. You can also find its copy in Sentosa.

Marina Bay Sands
Adding to the glitz of the Marina Bay area is the iconic Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. It contains a hotel, casino and SkyPark, the longest elevated infinity pool in the world. Its innovative and futuristic design is a sight to behold.

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