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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Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom

  • Park/Playground

This park has a collection of 1,500 live butterflies from 50 species, and 3,000 insects that creep, crawl, or fly. Look for tree-horn...

Fort Siloso

  • Military Site

The fort covers 10 acres of gun emplacements and tunnels created by the British to fend off the Japanese. Unfortunately, the Japanese...

Images of Singapore

  • Museum/Gallery

Although it's best known for its excellent war-history displays, this museum offers much more. Galleries trace the development of Singapore...

Kusu Island

  • Island

Less than four miles southwest of Singapore, Kusu is one of the Southern Islands. The island, whose name means "turtle" in Chinese, is...

Pulau Ubin

  • Forest

Take a 10-minute ride on a bumboat (a small launch) from Changi Point Ferry Terminal to reach this boomerang-shape island. Here amid...

Quayside Isle

  • Neighborhood/Street

The Quayside Isle complex is a cluster of international restaurants set up amid Sentosa Cove's flashy yachts and sailboats. Less family-focused...

Resorts World Sentosa

  • Casino–Sight

This giant hotel-and-entertainment hub has an oceanarium, the Adventure Cove Waterpark, the Universal Studios' theme park, Resorts World...

S.E.A. Aquarium

  • Zoo/Aquarium

This underwater wonderland, one the world's largest aquariums, provides views of creatures from around the world. Gaze into a shipwreck...

Sisters' Islands

  • Island

Big Sister's and Little Sister's islanda are tourist destinations mainly because of the great snorkeling and camping. Boats can be chartered...

The Merlion

  • Observatory/Planetarium

This monument is the mascot of Singapore tourism; it's a 37-meter off-white "lion fish" creature that emits laser beams from its eyes...

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