Precincts Guide:
SINGAPORE

Singapore is a land of beauty and diversity, but managing to visit the top travel attractions and locales can be overwhelming. Monster Day Tours is here to help you create an unforgettable experience by organizing your travel guide in Singapore for you with places to visit in Singapore!

 SINGAPORE'S MUST VISIT PRECINCTS 

Food in Singapore has cultural influences from everywhere and have been assembled together to create something totally unique. Find out Chinese, Indonesian, Southern Indian influences and not surprisingly, a significant Malay influence here in Singapore. 

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SINGAPORE RIVER

The Singapore River used to be the island’s centre of trade and commerce where cargos are brought in by bumboats; now turned into a vibrant district for dining & nightlife.

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KAMPONG GLAM

Once populated by Arab, Boyanese, Bugis, and Javanese people, the area is traditionally home to mosques, carpet shops, and Middle Eastern cuisine.

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MARINA BAY

Dominated by Marina Bay Sands & the lit-up Supertrees of Gardens by the Bay, it symbolizes Singapore as an urbanized metropolis progressing towards the future.

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ORCHARD ROAD

This 2.2-kilometer-long stretch of sprawling malls, Asia Shopping District is a hub of retail therapy, gastronomic indulgence, and exciting entertainment.

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SENTOSA & HARBOURFRONT

A district for vacationers embarking on sea-bound getaways, beach lovers heading to the sunny island of Sentosa, and locals engaging in a bout of retail therapy.

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KATONG & 
JOOCHIAT

The neighborhoods of Katong & Joo Chiat known for its wealthy city dwellers retreat; is shaped by its unique pre-war architecture two-storey shophouses & terrace houses.

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HOLLAND VILLAGE &
ONE-NORTH

Holland Village is popular for its hawker centres & kopitiams offering local flavours with One-North just a stone away, is a cluster of research & development technology centres.

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BRAS BASAH &
BUGIS

The bustling Bras Basah Bugis neighbourhood is a historical haven and the city’s nucleus of arts and culture;  a mix of colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers. 

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CHINATOWN

An ethnic district like no other, Chinatown is a melting pot of diverse cultures and traditions; an enclave of storied heritage mirroring the history of Singapore.

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PUNGGOL

Situated in the north-eastern part of Singapore, Punggol is one of the country’s oldest inhabited areas with a storied past that precedes the 1819 founding of the nation.

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HEARTLANDS

Visitors who wish to experience the local way of life should explore the ‘heartland"; the suburbs outside the city centre & Central Business District where most locals live & work.

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TIONG BAHRU

Built in the 1930s, this once-sleepy residential district is now a cultural hotbed for the island’s young and hip. Discover a corner of Singapore's history & heritage!

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GEYLAND SERAI

One of Singapore’s oldest Malay settlements, Geylang Serai got its name from extensive plantation of the fragrant (serai) lemongrass in the area during the late 19th century.

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LITTLE INDIA

One of the most vibrant & charismatic ethnic districts in Singapore. You'll see women in their colorful saris browsing through boutiques in Little India.

 

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SINGAPORE FOOD GUIDE

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SINGAPORE NIGHTLIFE GUIDE