Jewel Changi Airport ✈️
Singapore’s Changi Airport has been named the world’s best airport for the eighth year in a row at the annual Skytrax World Airport Awards. Singapore Changi Airport remains a very popular choice with customers and delights at nearly all points in the airport journey, and it is this attention to detail that proves so popular.
Jewel Changi Airport is a nature-themed entertainment and retail complex on the landside of Changi Airport, Singapore, linked to three of its passenger terminals. Its centrepiece is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, the HSBC Rain Vortex, which is surrounded by a terraced forest setting.
Merlion Park 🧜♀️
The Merlion’s fish-like body symbolises Singapore’s origins as a fishing village, known as Temasek a name which comes from same root as the word tasek (‘lake’ in Malay). The statue’s head represents the city’s original name of Singapura (lion city in Sanskrit). According to legend, Sang Nila Utama—a Srivijayan prince of Palembang landed on our shores amidst a tempest at sea. Near the mouth of the Singapore River, the prince spied a strange creature which he identified as a lion, thus giving Singapura its name.
National Gallery Singapore 🏛️
The latest jewel in Singapore’s art crown, the National Gallery Singapore is a visual arts institution housing an unparalleled collection of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art. Fittingly located in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is housed in the City Hall and the former Supreme Court, two iconic buildings that have played a monumental role in Singapore’s history.
Dedicated to curating a collection that will provide insights into the unique art, heritage and history in the region, the Gallery is a must-visit destination in Singapore. At 64,000 square metres, it is the largest visual arts venue in Singapore and one of the largest in the region.
Gardens By The Bay 🌳
The Gardens by the Bay is a nature park spanning 101 hectares in the Central Region of Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. Measuring between 25 and 50 metres tall, Gardens by the Bay’s Supertrees are designed with large canopies that provide shade in the day and come alive with an exhilarating display of lights and sounds at night.
Chijmes Hall ⛪
Step into awe at CHIJMES Hall, filled with unique charm and ambience. An exquisitely restored early Gothic styled 19th Century chapel with intricate design and detail, it’s the perfect location to make memories that will last a lifetime. Boasting enviable high ceilings and detailed stained glass windows, the chapel’s columns and corridors also bear lovely motifs of flowers and birds – all adding to its lasting allure. Gazetted as a National Monument in 1990, CHIJMES Hall is indeed a stunning venue in the heart of the city.
Singapore Flyer 🎡
Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest observation ferris wheel towering at 165m above ground level with 28 glass cabins that make a slow circular revolution, you can enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding Marina Bay and panoramic views of Singapore’s skyline. We wanted to give Gem an unforgettable 3 year old birthday experience so we decided on The Singapore Flyer Private capsule. As Daddy surprised her with flowers and toy pearl necklace in proposal style, she was so happy and the first words that came out from her mouth “It’s amazing” and it’s the first time she used the word Amazing and that amazed us.
Marina Barrage 🪁
When we climbed up on the roof of this water reservoir, we discovered an atypical spot where we get to see ‘the other side’ of Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the Supertree Grove, the two domes of Gardens by the Bay and the reservoir’s distinct dual curvature – framing an image of Singapore’s skyline that is truly our own. We invited family and friends to join us in celebrating Gem’s birthday as we unpacked our picnic basket, light up the picnic mat and open the bottles of wine.
Marina Bay Sands Hotel 🏨
Marina Bay Sands is a destination for those who appreciate luxury. An integrated resort notable for transforming Singapore’s city skyline, it comprises three 55-storey towers of extravagant hotel rooms and luxury suites with personal butler services. In addition, its architecture is made complete with the Sands SkyPark which crowns the three towers.
At the Sands SkyPark be prepared to be wowed by the 360-degree views on the observation deck. As hotel guests, we really enjoyed the breath-taking experience of swimming in the infinity-edged swimming pool overlooking the horizon. Diving into the pool before dusk and witness the picturesque view of the sunset from the pool’s edge, 200 metres in the sky.
Singapore Grand Prix 🏎️
The Singapore Grand Prix is a motor racing event which forms part of the Formula One World Championship. The event takes place on the Marina Bay Street Circuit and was the inaugural night race and first street circuit in Asia designed for Formula One races.The Singapore Grand Prix has been considered to be one of the most challenging and unique tracks on the Formula.
The main reason for holding the Singapore Grand Prix at night was so an Asian race could be broadcast at lunchtime in the UK. As the race is held on a street circuit, it could be properly illuminated during the evening, with demand for tickets remaining high.
Sofitel Sentosa Resort & Spa 🏨
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is a French luxury 5-star resort hotel. Situated at the top of a cliff that overlooks the South China Sea, it offers a stunning view of sunsets over the horizon. The 215-room hotel includes luxury rooms, suites and villas, and offers an array of delectable cuisines from around the world at its various F&B establishments. Facilities include indoor and outdoor event spaces, a state-of-the-art gym, children’s playroom, complimentary internet access and shuttle services. Completing the experience for guests is a spacious swimming pool deck and the world’s largest Sofitel Signature So SPA.
Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay 🏨
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay has completed its transformation into a “garden-in-a-hotel”, the first of its kind in Singapore. Sitting in the heart of the Central Business District, the 5-star hotel is a stone’s throw away from well-loved Singapore landmarks, world-class attractions, and dynamic art scene – hallmarks of a destination hotel for travelers seeking unique experiences. Catering to conscious and mindful travellers, the hotel focuses on stylish and contemporary vibes that is brought to life through iconic architecture, eco-friendliness, and lifestyle experiences.
Universal Studio Singapore 🦖
Singapore’s only movie-theme park features 24 rides and attractions, including a pair of dueling coasters that brush past one another in several near misses in their aerial combat. Thrill-seekers can choose between a coaster where they are seated or the other where riders are suspended. Exciting loops, sudden turns, breathtaking drops and thrilling near-collisions will make you scream your heart out. Dinosaurs, lemurs, ogres and Egyptian mummies add to the thrills and adventures. With 18 attractions created or redesigned for Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore™ promises an experience that you will not forget.
Night Safari 🦒
As dusk falls, the shutters open at the Night Safari, welcoming you into a world of nocturnal creatures and their mysterious habitats. Your eyes will take a while to adjust to the darkness here, but once they do, you’ll be greeted by close to 900 animals from over 100 species in this world’s first nocturnal wildlife park. 41% of these species are threatened, including many indigenous to the region, such as the endangered Asian elephant, Malayan tapir and Malayan tiger.
Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa 🏨
Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa is a contemporary luxury resort in Singapore with 140 5-star rooms, suites, villas, and a mansion, offering unique environments in which to work, rest or play. In an intimate setting designed to relax and rejuvenate your senses, every moment at Amara Sanctuary is a unique memory.
From the sunlight streaming through your shutters, the free-roaming peacocks, to the warmth of hospitality, each moment will create a lasting impression. And it is all within minutes from Singapore’s central business and shopping districts, Universal Studios Singapore® and Sentosa’s attractions.
Places of Worship 🕌🏯
Sultan Mosque or Masjid Sultan is a mosque located at Muscat Street and North Bridge Road. It was named after Sultan Hussain Shah. In 1975, it was designated a national monument. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is a Buddhist temple and museum complex built in 2007, the temple gets its name from what the Buddhists regard as the left canine tooth of Buddha, which has been recovered from his funeral pyre in Kushinagar, India and displayed on the temple’s grounds.