From natural sights and fascinating exhibitions to thrilling theme park rides, Singapore offers a unique experience for every tribe and age group. Explorers can delve into the impressive network of gardens, parks, and nature reserves as well as attractions commemorating Singapore’s historical milestones
From family-friendly fun, solo adventures to couple activities and more, leave no highlight undiscovered as you experience the best things to do in Singapore.
ADVENTURE COVE WATERPARK
Get adventurous with high-speed water slides and a snorkeling experience with tropical fish.
ZOO / NIGHT SAFARI
A world-class wildlife park that houses more than 2,400 animals, many of which roam freely in naturalistic habitats.
SENTOSA 4D ADVENTURELAND
Fun for all, its diverse high-tech interactive entertainment collection of 4D rides & movies appeals to every age group.
An iconic attraction that allows guests to catch breathtaking views and access many exciting attractions.
JEWEL CHANGI CANOPY PARK
Instagrammable spot with seven iconic play attractions and creative gardens designed by top desingers.
Southeast Asia’s largest wind tunnel for indoor skydiving & the go-to place for adrenaline junkies.
Hop on the Skyline skyride for a scenic view of Sentosa and its surrounding coastline in your favourite track.
Asia’s largest giant observation wheel & Singapore’s most iconic landmark; overseeing panoramic views of Marina Bay.
One of the world's largest aquariums, home to more than 100,000 marine animals representing 1,000 species.
SINGAPORE MUST-VISIT MUSEUMS
Get inspiration and immerse yourself in breathtaking arts and at the best museums and galleries in Singapore.
NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE
A state-of-the-art facility that oversees the world’s largest public collection of modern Southeast Asian art from the 19th century to the present.
NATIONAL MUSEUM of SINGAPORE
The nation's oldest museum with a progressive mind that seeks to inspire with stories of Singapore through art, culture and history.
Discover how Singapore survived the Japanese Occupation through the World War II exhibition where British Army forces surrendered.
EURASIAN HERITAGE GALLERY
Gain a deeper understanding of Singapore’s multi-racial roots of Eurasian community—the hallmark of the nation’s success.
An important part of Singapore’s arts landscape and a well-loved place among art enthusiasts and collectors.
LEE KONG CHIAN NATURAL HISTORY MUSUEM
The public gallery with interactive displays & exhibits of mammals, amphibians & plants specimens.
Explore where art,
science, culture, and technology
Take a trip through a sweet-toothed fantasy land that will give you a sugar rush for all five senses.
An emergency, bomb-proof command centre during the Malayan Campaign and the Battle of Singapore.
NATURE PARK & RESERVOIRS
Take a walk and explore the nature side of Singapore!
BUKIT TIMAH NATURE RESERVE
Second ASEAN Heritage Park after Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is one of the largest local primary forest.
An ecologically sustainable park that is a rustic sanctuary for
a diverse range of plant & animal species
Singapore's most treasured urban getaways, themed as ‘Recreation for All’ with leisure activities for every type of visitors.
Built in the late 19th century to protect Singapore from sea invasions, is now a military museum open to the public.
An iconic landmark in Singapore’s colonial history, serves as a peaceful respite from the surrounding urban landscape.
A dam in southern Singapore, built at the confluence of five rivers, across the Marina Channel between Marina East & Marina South.