Does just the term "tourist attraction". cause feelings of anxiety? While there certainly are some attractions that you are better off driving on by, there are plenty of good ones too. Our Singapore 10Best list can help you sort the worthwhile from the worthless, ensuring only good memories are created this trip.

Mount Faber Cable Car


The Jewel Cable Car links Mount Faber to the Harbourfront Centre and Sentosa, and is one of the more pleasant ways to get an aerial view of Singapore.

Start your journey at the Harbourfront Centre, and from here travel up to Mount...  Read More



The Singapore Flyer is currently the world's largest observation wheel, at 165m tall – the height of a 42 storey building, or 31 male giraffes stacked on top of one another! Needless to say, the Singapore Flyer boasts some of the best views...  Read More

Mandai Orchid Gardens


A delightful place to spend a couple of hours! The gardens were started in 1951 by John Laycock who also helped found the Orchid Society of Southeast Asia. Today, more than 2 hectares (5 acres) are devoted to some 200 varieties of vibrantly...  Read More

Night Safari


The Night Safari is the world's first night-time wildlife park and is one of Singapore's most popular visitor attractions, with over 11 million visitors since it opened in 1994. Subtle lighting allows visitors to view over 1,000 nocturnal...  Read More

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Singapore Zoo


The Singapore Zoo is regarded as one of the best zoos in the world, so a visit here is an absolute must for families. This model example of an 'open zoo' houses 2,530 animals from 315 species within its 28 hectares, in spacious landscaped...  Read More

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve


Singapore and Rio de Janeiro are the only two cities in the world with any significant remaining primary rainforest. Bukit Timah, at about 164 hectares (405 acres), isn't massive by any stretch, but within its borders grow more species of trees...  Read More

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Snow City


A unique attraction, Snow City is just what it sounds like it might be: a 3000 square meter (32,000 square feet) indoor winter fun center. When the humidity is 90% and the temperature hits the 30°C mark (upper 80s Fahrenheit), there's no better...  Read More

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve


There's no doubt about it: Singapore is a busy, crowded city. If the activity becomes just a bit too much, this nature reserve is a great retreat. You may not completely escape civilization (after all, there are over 4 million permanent...  Read More

Jurong Bird Park


The beautifully presented 20 hectare Jurong Bird Park is the World's largest bird park, housing over 8,000 birds from more than 600 species. Highlights include the African Waterfall Aviary – the world's largest walk-in aviary, with the world's...  Read More

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Kranji War Memorial


A moving tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in defense of Singapore and Malaysia during WWII, the Kranji War Memorial is a sprawling complex of monuments and cemetery plots. The graves of 4000 military personnel are marked with...  Read More