Singapore is one of the most visited oriental cities in Asia. It is home to some of the tallest and most expensive buildings and constructions in the world. The top 10 attractions in Singapore are:

Top 10 Attractions in Singapore

Singapore Flyer

Located on the Marina Bay, this is one of the highest flyers or giant Ferris wheels in the world. Starting from its three storied terminals of shops, restaurants and other services, it is the best way to enjoy Singapore at a glance.

Clarke Quay

Once the hub of commerce for the city, in 19th century, it is a place of crowd, hustle and bustle. Filled with unique boutiques, trendy restaurants, pushcart vendors, this place flaunts the essence of Singapore in a nutshell.

Gardens by the Bay

With its futuristic design and the vast territory at the heart of the city, near Marina Bay, this is a heaven for the tree lovers. Sheltering innumerable plants, unique groves and garden areas, it is also home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.

The Merlion

This 70 tonne statue of the Merlion is the focal point of Singapore and is a must visit for encountering the spouting of water into the Marina Bay sands. Enjoy a relaxed and lazy evening by the Merlion to feel the spirit of the city with its lively people.


The neighbourhood of Chinatown within Singapore is a must visit for those, who love shopping and Chinese Food. The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple, Maxwell Road Food Centre and Eu Yan Sang Chinese Medical Hall are most important places there.

Universal Studios

If you want to encounter the Lost World, Egypt, Madagascar and the Far Far Away places live in front of your eyes, where many of the famous movies have been shot, then this is a must visit. Do not forget to take a ride on the roller coasters.

Singapore Night Safari

Want to see the one-horned rhinoceroses, Himalayan griffon vultures, wildebeests and gazelles? Then you have to come to the Singapore Night safari that provides home to 1000 animals from around the globe.

Little India and Arab Centre

The fresh aromas of the Indian kitchens, the incense, the colour and everything Indian – will make you understand that you have come to the east of the Singapore River, north of Kampong Glam, to the neighbourhood of Little India. Enjoy the food and shopping here and also visit the Arab Centre and mosque in Arab Street.

Resorts World Sentosa

A self-sufficient resort of its own kind, Sentosa provides Dolphin Island, hotels, casinos, Marine Life Park, restaurants, a water park, several theme parks and an aquarium. The Universal Studios is also inside this place.

Orchard Road

A shopper’s paradise, this place is flanked by malls, coffee chains, numerous upmarket restaurants, famous and popular cafés, along with nightclubs and hotels. The decoration of the Orchard Road during Christmas is simply stunning.