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Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer (30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore) – this is the world’s largest observation wheel (165 meters), which offers its riders 360-degree views of Singapore.   Those in a mood to splurge can participate in the Moët Chandon Champagne Flight (a private capsule where participants can take in the spectacular skyline at sunset with a flute […]

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Singapore Indoor Stadium

Singapore Indoor Stadium (2 Stadium Walk, Singapore) — Concert goers and sports fans have thronged this 12,000-seat arena since its opening in December 1989. Many sports stars, rockstars and world-famous bands have captivated audiences with performances at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang. Designed by legendary Japanese architect, Kenzo Tange, this indoor spectacle has a […]

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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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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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Snow City

Snow City (21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Jurong, Singapore) – since Singapore has tropical weather all year round, many of the visitors to this winter theme park are locals who rarely (if ever) been to a country that experiences real winter weather. Schoolchildren come here just to build snowmen, as well as stage snowball fights. […]

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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 […]