Top 10 Tourist Spots in Singapore

Tourist spots in singapore

Tourist spots in singapore which are considered as top 10 are listed below

1. Chinatown


Commonly known as “Niu Che Sui” (“bullock-cart water”) in Chinese, is the home to the wonders of Chinese traditions, custom and delicacies.


2. Little India

little india

The hotbed of Singapore’s Indian community, where spirituality interweaves with everyday lives. A wellspring for everything Indian – from sari to bryani!

3. Arab Street

arab street

Made famous by the first traders to arrive in Singapore, the Arabs. This street, famous for its Sultan Mosque and bazaar style shops, is a poignant reminder of the ancient Muslim way of life.

4. Orchard Road

Orchard Road

Once filled with nutmeg and pepper plantations that lined the streets during the 1840s in colonial Singapore, it is now the hub of Singapore’s lifestyle and shopping haven.

5. Clark Quay

Clarke Quay

Lying near the mouth of the Singapore River, the site of Clarke Quay was once the centre of commerce during the late 19th century. Today, Clarke Quay is buzzing with life and activity. The water front now hosts a kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops.

6. City Hall

City Hall

Built in late 1920s. Beside it, is the stately Supreme Court, built about 10 years later. Heavily influenced by classical architecture, the Supreme Court has Corinthian columns, spacious interiors that feature murals by Italian artist, Cavalieri Rodolfo Nolli. The new Supreme Court and Victoria Theatre are a stone throw away.

7. Esplanade – Theatres On The Bay

Esplanade - Theatres On The Bay

The focal point of Singapore arts community, nick named “The Durian” from its architecture. It is located at the waterfront overlooking the Marina Bay.

8. Merlion Park


Merlion Park

Another project of the National Park Board, it is named after the half fish, half lion statue which graces the park.

9. Zoological Gardens (Singapore Zoo)

Zoological Gardens

The Singapore Zoological Gardens, an internationally acclaimed open-concept zoo, is home to more than 2,700 mammals, birds and reptiles, including rare and endangered species.

10. Night Safari

Night Safari

The world’s first wildlife park built with a night perspective in mind, offering guests the singular experience of watching the animals in their nocturnal habitat.

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