Singapore Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Singapore - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Bugis Street

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In its younger years, Bugis Street was the epitome of Singapore's seedy, but colorful nightlife, famous for the transvestite beauties...

Chijmes

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The oldest building in this walled complex is the Coleman-designed Caldwell House, a private mansion built in 1840. This, together with...

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

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The dusty, incense-filled interior of this popular temple has altars heaped with hundreds of small statues of gods from the Chinese pantheon...

National Museum of Singapore

  • Museum/Gallery

Known as the Raffles Museum when it opened in 1887, this building with a silver dome has 20 dioramas depicting the republic's past, together...

Peranakan Museum

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Formerly the Tao Nan School, built in 1910, this grand colonial building now houses the first museum in Southeast Asia devoted to the...

Singapore Art Museum

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This art museum opened in 1996 in what was once a Catholic boys' school. It draws from some 10,000 artworks in the national collection...

Singapore Philatelic Museum

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Southeast Asia's first stamp museum is inside what was once the Anglo Chinese School. It has a top-notch collection of local and international...

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