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Singapore City Guide

Handcrafted by a variety of cultural influences, Singapore marks its title as one of Asia’s top destinations and every tourist’s dream. From the cheap yet flavorsome feeds in Buffalo Road to the city’s most luxurious hotel in Marina Bay Sands, the Southeast Asian island city will not leave you disappointed.



(Image Courtesy of Marina Bay Sands via Instagram)

Located in Downtown Core, Marina Bay Sands, better known as MBS sticks out like a sore thumb in the midst of all the surrounding high rise buildings. Look out for the giant boat-like structure at the very top of MBS where the world’s largest infinity pool sits, offering gorgeous views of Singapore from 57 storeys high. Marina Bay Sands makes the perfect staycation for couples and friends who are keen to bask in the luxury Singapore has to offer.

Marina Bay Sands Singapore, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956



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Named one of Singapore’s “coolest and quirkiest” streets, Haji Lane is hard to miss with its fanciful boutique shops selling items from jewellery to clothing and striking colorful street arts, making it one of Singapore’s Insta-worthy locations. By night, the place is as lively as ever where you can enjoy eateries like Bergs if you are a sucker for classic burgers or Funq where you are free to drink up with a side of live tunes to set the vibe.

21A Haji Lane Singapore 189214



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Singapore prides itself on their vibrant nightlife and Clarke Quay is no exception! Situated along the Singapore River, this place calls for an unforgettable nightlife experience with its array of clubs from Dreams and Playhouse to pubs like Octapas and Highlander. Not much of a party goer? Visitors are also encouraged to take a stroll along the river and indulge in some gelato and ice cream scattered across the quay.

3 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024



(Image Courtesy of Sentosa Island via Instagram)

Sentosa is a no-brainer when it comes to tourist attractions in Singapore. The sunny island is located off Singapore's southern coast and can be accessed via road, cable car or the infamous monorail known as Sentosa Express via Vivo City. Sentosa is ideal for families as it is home to famous attractions like Adventure Cove Waterpark, Universal Studios Singapore and various beaches which are lined with eateries and bars.


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The moment you land, you step foot into one of Singapore’s pride and joy, Jewel Changi Airport. Located in Changi Airport’s Terminal 1, the Jewel is home to one the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls, named the HSBC Rain Vortex, standing at 40 metres high. This place is packed with a range of engaging activities suited for everyone. If lucky, you may be able to experience the light show displayed at certain times of the night. The Jewel Experience does not stop there, visitors are free to explore a range of beautiful attractions like the Shisedo Forest Valley.

60 Airport Blvd, No 048-049 Changi Airport Terminal 1 Singapore, 819643 Singapore


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Gardens by the Bay offers visitors a scenic view of foreign horticulture with a vast range of flora and fauna from different climates. Spanning across 101 hectares, the attraction is filled with lush greenery and a beautiful waterfall, better viewed during the night, making it a great photography spot. Grab a bite at Satay by the Bay where you can also indulge in local Singaporean cuisine with its hawker centre-like restaurant layout.

18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953


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