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Visiting Singapore ? Here is a list of Tourist Attractions / Places of Interest in Singapore which you can visit while you are here in Singapore .

Asian Civilisation Museum
The Asian Civilisation Museum is a form of the three museums of the National Museums of Singapore.  This is the most established museum in the region to focus exhibits and origins in Asia's cultures and evolutions. It is indeed a place to go t ...

Escape Theme Park : Singapores Biggest Outdoor Theme Park
Game for an adrenalin rush? Scream your hearts out at Singapore's biggest outdoor theme park, Escape Theme Park.  Escape Theme Park will certainly thrill and excite you with its huge range of wet and dry rides for the whole family. They have rides ...

Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park is the largest and most remarkable bird park in Southeast Asia. Opened on 3 January 1971, Jurong Bird Park will certainly fascinate and impress you with its variety of 9,000 birds from more than 600 species. The success of the Juro ...

Kent Ridge Park
With a size of 47 hectares, this Kent Ridge park offers you the most magnificent views of the off-shore islands such as the Pulau Duran Darat. Filled with Tembusu, Acacias and Dillenias trees, you will certainly enjoy the peacefulness and serenity ...

Image (C) Rexer Ong This merlion is to welcome all visitors to Singapore. Standing tall at 8.6 metres high and weighs as heavy as 70 tonnes, it was designed since 1964. It is originally located at the mouth of the Singapore River. It then settled ...

Night Safari
Night Safari is the first wildlife park built especially to be viewed at night unlike the traditional nocturnal houses elsewhere. The Night Safari occupies 40 hectares of land, with some free ranging animals from South America and other parts of As ...

Pulau Ubin
Pulau Ubin is a small island, shaped like a boomerang, this island is off the northeastern coast of Singapore main island. This could be the very last kampung or village in Singapore. Taking a stroll in Pulau Ubin would bring you back in ...

Singapore Johore Battery @ Changi
The Johore Battery is a war memorial site in Singapore that dates back to the early 1940s. Some of the other major coastal batteries were the Pasir Laba Battery, Labrador Battery and the Fort Siloso Battery. As the British were certain t ...

Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo, or formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens, displays animals in the open. Residents of the animal kingdom roam spaciously in landscaped enclosures. In case you are worried about agile leopards and jaguars (known for their ...

Sir Stamford Raffles Statue
Sir Stamford Raffles was the founder of the modern Singapore. The Lieutenant-Governor of Java and Bencoolen. First landed in Singapore on 29 January 1819, he believed that Singapore was a great place for the British to start a trading settleme ...

The Fullerton Hotel
Built in 1928, this Fullerton Building (now known as Fullerton Hotel) was the centre of Singapore's commercial, social and official life. It became home to the three of the most important institutions of Singapore; The General Post Office, The Sing ...

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