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10 Places You Must Visit in Singapore

Little India and Chinatown

Singapore Chinatown
both neighborhoods feature rich cultural heritage and historical buildings that reflect the city’s multicultural society

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

enjoy breathtaking views of Singapore’s skyline from this observation deck located on top of three connected skyscrapers

Orchard Road

explore this shopping district filled with upscale boutiques, department stores, and dining options

Universal Studios Singapore

experience thrilling rides and attractions inspired by popular movies and TV shows

Gardens by the Bay

marvel at impressive vertical gardens and iconic structures designed to promote environmental sustainability

Sentosa Island

relax on pristine white sandy beaches, engage in water sports activities, or take advantage of family-friendly attractions

Merlion Park

snap photos with Singapore’s famous symbol, a mythical creature with the head of a lion and body of a fish

Haw Par Villa

discover quirky exhibits showcasing Asian legends and moral lessons amidst beautiful gardens and architecture

Haji Lane

browse independent fashion and design boutiques along this charming street adorned with colorful murals and graffiti art

Some fun facts:

  • Singapore has four official languages: Malay, Tamil, Mandarin Chinese, and Malayalam (a dialect spoken mainly by Indian Muslim migrants). English is also widely spoken and understood as a working language.
  • The local currency is the Singapore dollar, denoted by $ or SGD. Credit cards are accepted almost everywhere but cash transactions are still common in hawker centers and smaller shops.
  • Eating out is a national pastime in Singapore. You can easily find delicious food at affordable prices thanks to government policies aimed at keeping costs low for consumers. Local cuisines include Chinese, Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, and Western flavors.
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