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Did you know that 3,500,000 people call this part of Singapore home? You're certain to have some new BFFs by the end of your trip!
From here, it is 25 kilometres to the northeast to Pasir Gudang and 35 kilometres to the north to Ulu Tiram.
While there are many things to do here, Universal Studios Singapore® and Haji Lane really stand out. The National Orchid Garden and the Chinatown Heritage Center are every bit as iconic.
The entire family will love stops at the Singapore Flyer and Wild Wild Wet Theme Park. If that isn't enough to tire the young ones out, why not visit Jurong Bird Park and Haw Par Villa as well?
Fantastic deep-sea realms are waiting to be discovered at Marine Life Park and Underwater World. For even more fishy adventures, take the dive into S.E.A. Aquarium.
Get up close to the animals, big and small, that call the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari home. You can also get an insight into the world of our furry and feathered friends at the River Safari and Swiftlet Garden Museum.
The Marina Bay Sands Casino and the Resort World Sentosa Casino are ideal starts to a fun night out. Grab an icy beer and watch the high-stakes table action. You might even like to put down a bet yourself!
This region takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a range of places where you can go and learn about botanic specimens from both regional and international environments. A wander through the landscaped gardens at the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Gardens by the Bay is not to be missed. If you want more, the floral displays at the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome are also rather unique.
Nestle in with a good book, toss a ball around or just watch the clouds float by at Raffles Place and the Chinese Garden. Also think about spending a bit of time enjoying the grounds of Esplanade Park and Fort Canning Park.
Make sure you pay a visit to NEWater Visitor Centre and Chek Jawa Visitor Centre. Their friendly team of experts can provide you with advice, tips and inspiration to make the most of your time here.
A few hours by the seaside is a great antidote to the frenzy of the city, so why not spend a little time inhaling the deliciously salty air at Palawan Beach or Siloso Beach? Tanjong Beach and Changi Beach Park are two more charming stops to consider.
You probably already know about its best shopping centres and squares, but don't forget that Singapore has some marvellous natural sights too. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Seletar Reservoir Park are two to keep in the front of your mind. Two further areas to check out are MacRitchie Reservoir Park and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
If you're after a couple of quiet places to compose yourself and maybe even learn something new, you can't go past the Peranakan Museum and the Changi Chapel Museum. Enquire about guided tours or just study the exhibits at your own leisure. The Reflections at Bukit Chandu and the Battle Box Museum are also top alternatives.
From the design of different boats to the artefacts found onboard, the displays at the Maritime Experiential Museum and the Singapore Maritime Gallery will captivate anyone who's interested in seafaring history.
Learn all about the latest and greatest in scientific advancements at the ArtScience Museum. The venture of discovery doesn't have to end there. The Singapore Science Centre is jam-packed with even more science artefacts and displays that are just waiting to be explored.
You don't have to be an explorer to experience all of the remarkable wonders of the natural world, especially when you've got the Asian Civilisations Museum. The rooms here are brimming with rare specimens and interesting models.
Whichever type of art floats your boat, you're sure to find it in Singapore. Why not begin your day of exhibition hopping at the Singapore Art Museum and the Nei Xue Tang? More vibrant canvases and striking sculptures await you at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute and the Gillman Barracks.
Calling all history fans! You'll love learning about the rich and varied past of the region at the National Museum of Singapore and the Changi Museum. The Images of Singapore and the Singapore City Gallery are also worth stopping by for an even greater insight into yesteryear.
Gain a deeper understanding of the past when you stop by the National University of Singapore and Battle Box. If that doesn't satisfy the history nerd in you, extend your sightseeing to Singapore City Hall and Bukit Brown Cemetery.
A structure that has spanned the waterways of Singapore for what feels like forever, Cavenagh Bridge is a key aspect of the city's history that no visitor should miss.
Discover the formidable stronghold of Fort Siloso. Learn about its defensive features and let your imagination run riot thinking about the historic military operations that happened right under your feet.
Whether you're a believer or not, houses of prayer like the Thian Hock Keng Temple and the Burmese Buddhist Temple are sure to be among the most serene sights you’ll encounter in your travels. You can also see if there are any tours available at the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple and the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple.
They probably aren't splashed across the front page of a glossy travel magazine, but CHIJMES and ICA Building are still worth a browse. Or, visit, Club Street and the National Library Board Singapore.
Getting your hands on a suitable Singapore hotel will be easy. There are 372 accommodations on lastminute.com.au, so you aren't going to be short on options.
Whether you're looking for a simple room to spend the night or one with the whole kit and caboodle, Singapore has you sorted. For a good night's sleep that won't cost an arm and a leg, take a look at the Chic Capsule Otel (13 Mosque Street) or the iStay.inn (211A, South Bridge Road). Or maybe you'd rather treat yourself in more luxurious surrounds? Then let the expert staff at The Club Residences by Capella Singapore and the Capella Singapore take care of your every need.
One of the most memorable bits of any visit to Singapore is Haji Lane. If you're hoping to stay within a stone's throw of this must-see attraction, the Raffles Singapore and the Conrad Centennial Singapore are both recommended options.
8 Feb. - 9 Feb.
The only negative to the property is that it is quite far from the closest MRT, other than that, I really enjoyed my stay
21 Feb. - 22 Feb.
very good location, very good customer service and the swimming pool was a bonus
2 Feb. - 3 Feb.
It is extremely close to the airport with helpful staff and a good pool. It is a relief to check in there after a long flight.
28 Feb. - 29 Feb.
Great location, comfortable room, bathroom layout is so nice with fantastic view of Singapore. Friendly staff. Love!!
21 Feb. - 22 Feb.
Fantastic hotel with very friendly staff. Pool was great and breakfast buffet very good. Room service was excellent and they wheel in a table for you all set up. Available 24 hours. Food perhaps a bit expensive but is good. The garden wing is very beautiful and there is a fish pond near the pool ...
28 Feb. - 29 Feb.
Excellent location, just around the corner from Orchard road. Reasonably priced, but breakfast very average. And during breakfast huge lines to collect food, mainly during the 8.30am to 9.30am hours.