Top 10 Attractions In Singapore

Top 10 Attractions In Singapore

Millions of visitors come to Singapore every year as this beautiful city has much to offer to tourists. This beautiful Southeast Asian country is made up of over sixty islands, and is ranked among the top five richest countries in the world. Its bustling city life offers the best of shopping and dining facilities to visitors. Apart from these activities, there is much more that you can do here. You can stay in the best of hotels, along with your family, and enjoy the various attractions this place has to offer.

Top 10 Attractions In Singapore


The tropical climate of Singapore makes it ideal to visit this country at any time of the year, although June-August is the most ideal time to visit. Once you are done with your shopping from the various shopping malls in the district of Orchard Road, plan your visits to check out the various attractions of this place. You can visit the museums, zoo, botanic gardens, beaches and many other attractions. The time will simply fly by and you will wish to visit this country again and again. If you are visiting Singapore for the first time, check out the top attractions of this beautiful, clean and green country.

Top 10 Attractions In Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

Located in the Resort world Sentosa, Universal Studio Singapore is the top tourist attraction of Singapore. It is divided into 7 zones, which you will enjoy thoroughly.

Universal Studios

The theme park features rides will give you a very thrilling experience. It is an ideal place to visit with family as children love the rides and attractions in this place. Enjoy the food and drinks from the F&B outlets, and buy souvenirs to take home from the Universal Studios store.


Jurong Bird Park

This is considered Asia Pacific’s largest bird park which has over 600 species of beautiful and exotic birds. One of the most popular attractions of Singapore, Jurong Bird Park was opened on 3 January 1971.

Jurong Bird Park

You will enjoy watching the funny parrot circus as well as the King of the Skies show. The Penguin Parade exhibit is one of the best attractions of this place. Check out the exotic birds and the natural tropical rainforest environment created here. This will be a very entertaining and educational trip that you will cherish forever.

Night Safari

Another top attraction of Singapore is the Night Safari. If you love wildlife, you must make it a point to take the night safari with your family. It is the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals and has won many awards for Best Visitor Attraction Experience.

Night Safari

This 40-hectare park provides natural habitat to over 1,000 animals belonging to 115 species, many of which are threatened. You can explore this park by foot on the three walking trails, or take a trip around on a tram. This night safari will be a really memorable experience.

National Museum Of Singapore

Every visitor to Singapore is sure to visit the National Museum of this country which has a rich cultural heritage. It is the oldest museum in Singapore and contains the nation’s precious treasures that let you learn about this country’s rich past.

National Museum

Apart from the artefacts and exhibitions, the museum offers vibrant festivals and events which help you understand the culture and heritage of Singapore. Built beautifully in Neo-Palladian and Renaissance style, this sophisticated museum should be a must-visit-place on your list.

Singapore Science Centre

Another top attraction of Singapore is its highly sophisticated and futuristic Science Centre. Individuals and families come here to enrich their experience and learn about the wonders and beauty of science through more than 850 interactive rides.

Singapore Science Centre

Your children will develop a love for science when they visit this beautifully planned Science Centre. It is closed on Mondays except holidays and school holidays. You can visit it between 10:00 am to 18:00 pm. The Omni-Theatre is open between 10:00 am to 20:00 pm.

Singapore Botanical Gardens

Located in the middle of the town, Singapore Botanical Gardens is beautiful and every nature lover’s delight. You can walk through the rainforest and admire the beautiful colors of more than 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids.

Singapore Botanical Gardens

You will love the scenery and enjoy the fresh air. After a morning walk through this botanical garden, you can also visit the food court and enjoy a healthy traditional breakfast. Admission to the park is free, so you can visit as many times as you like.

Boat Quay And Clarke Quay

If you enjoy the nightlife, head to Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. These areas are filled with restaurants, clubs and pubs, where you can enjoy music, dancing and food by candlelight. It’s a popular attraction among tourists who visit Singapore.

Boat Quay And Clarke Quay

They spend the night partying away till the wee hours of the morning. Clarke Quay is a proof that this city never sleeps. You can visit The Pump Room, The Highlander, The Rupee Room, and many more popular pubs in this area and enjoy yourself thoroughly.

Singapore Flyer

Located in Marina Bay, Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel, and is among the top attractions of Singapore. It is 165 meters high and offers a breathtaking 360 degrees panoramic view.

Singapore Flyer

You will enjoy the view of Marina Bay Street Circuit of the Singapore Grand prix and other landmarks around Singapore. Enjoy the food and shopping  from the various outlets here.

Marina Bay Sands

Located in the Marina Bay area, Marina Bay Sands is a resort that opened in the year 2010. It is very popular with tourists as it offers the best of facilities for a comfortable stay and an enjoyable trip.

Marina Bay Sands

You can have a great deal of fun in the casinos, cafes, sand sky park, hotels and restaurants. Enjoy the shopping experience in luxury shopping centers in the biggest luxury shopping mall in Singapore.

Chinatown Heritage Center

Chinatown Heritage Center

Chinatown is located in the largest district of Outram, and is a popular tourist attraction in Singapore. It is an ethnic neighbourhood that features Chinese cultural elements where you will see entire sets of bedroom, street architecture, kitchens, shophouses, etc. that provide an insight into Singapore’s history and its rich Chinese heritage. Take some souvenirs home from the gift shops.