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Singapore Island Country Club

Singapore Island Country Club (240 Sime Road, Singapore) — The legendary Nick Faldo claims it’s beautiful and we can’t find a better endorsement than that for you to head to the Singapore Island Country Club (SICC), a bastion of Singapore golf. There’s something for everyone to have a swinging good time in the undulating courses […]

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Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo (80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore) – over 3,000 animals from 316 species in their natural spacious habitats await visitors here. One note worthy activity is the “Elephants at Work and Play” show – which demonstrates how elephants are used as beasts of burden in south-east Asian countries. The “Fragile Forest” section has the […]

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MAR. Acuario

S.E.A. Aquarium (Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore) — Step into the world’s largest aquarium and be blown away by the breath-taking nature of the ocean and its inhabitants. Immerse yourself in the magic of life underwater, as seen through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. With more than 800 species of marine […]

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Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island – this is a popular island resort within Singapore, attracting some 5 million visitors a year. Its attractions include a 1.2 mile long sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, two golf courses, two five-star hotels, and the Resorts World Sentosa (which includes the Universal Studios Singapore theme park).   Sentosa’s biggest attraction, Imbiah Lookout, offers […]

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Singapore Food Festival

Singapore Food Festival (Read Bridge, Singapore) – held annually from late June to late July and organized by the Sinagpore Tourism Board, the Singapore Food Festival is a grand interactive learning experience. It acts as a Singapore food guide that gives you a closer look at the rich cultures that make our little island pulsate […]

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Robertson Quay

Robertson Quay — the most laidback of the three quays along the Singapore River, this largely residential estate has become a real entertainment enclave with bars, restaurants, cafés, performing arts houses and art galleries.   It’s quite a change from its historical roots as an area filled with offices and warehouses, populated by early settlers […]