Activities in Singapore

Visit the Singapore Zoo to See Orangutans

The Singapore Zoo is renowned for having the biggest captive colony of orangutans worldwide and is regarded as one of the top zoos in the world. A noteworthy feature is the Rainforest Kidzworld, which is a vibrant play area designed for little children. The 11 zones of the Singapore Zoo house over 315 species, 16 percent of which are classified as endangered. Know more about rifle range nature park

Food On The Street at Hawker Centres

A notable addition to UNESCO’s 2020 List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity is Singapore’s street food hawker culture. Chinatown Market, the largest hawker centre, with 700 vendors and serves superb lor mee noodles and chicken rice. The oldest food centre on the island, Old Airport Road Food Centre features a lot of satay, char kway teow, and rojak booths. There is a queue at Maxwell Food Centre for Zhen Zhen porridge and Fuzhou oyster cake, while there are hundreds of biryani booths at Little India Market waiting for those who enjoy Indian cuisine.

Purchasing on Orchard Road

Orchard Road, an affluent retail attraction spanning 2.2 km, is one of Singapore’s principal thoroughfares. It is well-known for its opulent retail experiences and is home to globally famous shops, cafés, and dining establishments.

Singapore’s National Gallery

The biggest collection of colonial and post-colonial Asian and Southeast Asian art in the world is on display at the National Gallery Singapore, an art museum. It is the biggest museum and visual arts venue in Singapore, housed in the famous old Supreme Court Buildings together with City Hall.

Singapore Cable Car

A gondola lift called the Singapore Cable Car makes it possible to connect Mount Faber to the resort island of Sentosa from above. It provides an aerial perspective of Singapore’s top attractions, including Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa Island, Mount Faber, Harbourfront, and Merlion. Operating from six stops, the Singapore Cable Car travels along the Mount Faber Line (the original one) and the Sentosa Line (the updated one).

Dinner Cruise at Sunset

Experience the allure of the water and sunsets once again on cruises that depart after dusk in the Lion City. These excursions include lavish multi-course dinners and first-rate venues for parties, romantic couples, and expatriates alike. Sail by famous sites such as Old Town and the tall buildings of Marina Bay. The greatest sunset dinner cruise in Singapore is on the 4-mast, 22-sail tall Royal Albatross ship, which cruises the sandy beaches of Sentosa. Other opulent boats and ferries are also available.

Pulau Ubin

Northeast of Singapore lies the 10.2 square kilometre island known as Pulau Ubin. One of the final two kampongs in Singapore, Granite Island translates to “a place where one can truly enjoy and experience Singapore for what it used to be.” The Chek Jawa Wetlands are the primary draw. It is also perfect for outdoor pursuits including mountain biking, hiking, and kayaking.

The ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay in Singapore showcases art and science exhibitions, featuring 21 gallery spaces and a permanent exhibit, FUTURE WORLD: Where Art Meets Science.

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