What to do in Singapore?

Tour of the Singapore River

Take the bumboat and cruise down to the beautiful Singapore river. You will get to catch a glimpse of Singapore’s past and present. The boat ride will also take you round and show you some of Singapore’s significant architectural landmarks.

Ethnic Quarter Walk

To understand a nation, you will need to first understand it’s people and culture. The best way to do it is to take an ethnic walk to one of it’s ethnic quarters (Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam)

Singapore Zoo

ingapore Zoo is one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. Supplemented by thousands of rare animals make kids would love to see the uniqueness of each animal that they had never seen their lifetime. At the time the sun began to set, you can enjoy a different atmosphere at the Night Safari. Singapore Zoo also provides a vehicle for children’s play Rainforest Kidzworld. Wave of lively children waiting in the water play area, with themes such as wildlife parks wet dream! For the game more exciting, young and old can ride to the animal-themed carousel.

Boat Quay and Clarke Quay

Boat Quay and Clarke Quay are filled with restaurants, pubs and clubs, so the atmosphere here was crowded and mixed up, loud music to light jazz mixed into one. This place was visited by the builders clubbing, young executives who just got home from work, couples who want to enjoy a romantic dinner, and also many foreign tourists.

National Museum of Singapore

National Museum of Singapore is Singapore’s oldest museum with the spirit of innovation of the youngest and most innovative. Designed to be a public museum, the National Museum of Singapore prides itself with a sophisticated and diverse museum introduces ways of presenting history to redefine conventional museum experience. More than just a room for exhibitions and artefacts, the Museum will also distinguish itself through a challenging and vibrant festivals and events that will enhance creative power in the culture and heritage