What to do in Singapore: Our highlights + sightseeing map

Are you planning a trip to Singapore, or a stopover? That’s great! It’s an amazing place to visit, there’s just so much to see and do. Whether you’re in Singapore for a short stopover or you plan to stay for longer – you definitely won’t get bored. Singapore has so many sights to offer and we’ll be presenting our personal highlights in this post.

This is your first time in Singapore and you want all the information on the city’s most important sights and highlights at a glance?

Perfect! You’ve come to the right place. There’s so much to see and do in Singapore that we could easily spend weeks there at a time without ever getting bored.

Most people just stay in town for a few days though. We’ve tested all the major sights to help you decide which ones you absolutely have to see and which ones you might want to skip.

In this post, we break down all of our personal top sights and provide you with all the information you’ll need for your visit.

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What to do in Singapore – an overview

We’ve written this post to give you an overview of all the most important sights in Singapore. Depending on how long you plan to stay, you may not have time to visit them all.

So first off, we’re going to give you a quick rundown of the sights we think are absolutely essential and some others that you might want to check out if you have a bit more time.

You’ll find more detailed descriptions, information, and photos in the following sections. Let’s get started!

Don’t miss these sights in Singapore

You shouldn’t miss out on these highlights:

  • Take a stroll along Marina Bay at night with a view of the skyline
  • Visit at least one of these places with the best views of Singapore
  • Stop for a meal at a hawker centre
  • Marvel at the Supertrees and Gardens by the Bay
  • Go for a stroll through Chinatown
  • Go for a stroll through Little India
  • Go for a stroll through Kampong Glam

You should plan at least two, or better three full days for this itinerary.

Sights for people with more time

You plan to stay in Singapore for longer than 2-3 days? Perfect! There’s so much more to see. Here are some other great things to do if you have some extra time on your hands:

  • Stop for a Singapore Sling at Raffles Hotel
  • Go shopping on Orchard Road
  • Head out to Sentosa Island
  • Visit Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari
  • Explore one of the many museums in Singapore
  • Check out our insider tips for Singapore

That should give you a decent first impression of what you can do in Singapore. Now let’s go into more detail with all the information – and some of our favorite photos – on the individual highlights.

Do you want to discover more than just the typical sights? Then be sure to check out our post with insider tips for Singapore.

Sightseeing map

To help you find your bearings, we’ve compiled a sightseeing map with the most important places that we’ll be presenting in this post.

The following sights aren’t featured on the map because they’re outside of downtown Singapore: Sentosa, Botanic Gardens, and Singapore Zoo.

We’ve also created a downloadable version of the map for you. Just click on this link and save the PDF to your device: Download the Singapore sightseeing map

Singapore Sightseeing Map
What to do in Singapore: Our highlights on a map.

Marina Bay

Believe it or not, but it wasn’t that long ago that the area comprising Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay district was covered in water. The entire district was built on reclaimed land as part of a major urban development project and now it’s home to several of Singapore’s most important sights.

Skyline LeVeL33 Singapore
This is the Marina Bay district. On the right you can see the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the lotus-shaped ArtScience Museum down by the waterfront, and the Ferris wheel (Singapore Flyer) right behind it. We took the photo from the LeVeL33 rooftop bar, which you can read more about in this post: Singapore insider tips.

Marina Bay Sands

Ever since it first opened in 2010, Marina Bay Sands has quickly grown to become the symbol of modern-day Singapore. The landmark triple-tower hotel complex that dominates Singapore’s skyline is connected via a vast rooftop structure graced with what has to be the world’s most famous swimming pool.

Unfortunately, access to the infinity pool is reserved for hotel guests only – a luxury that comes with a pretty hefty price tag attached. Even so, many travelers decide to splurge on a night or two at Marina Bay Sands for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. If that sounds like something that’s in your wheelhouse, you can check the current room rates here:

Current room rates at Marina Bay Sands

Or if that’s a bit out of your price range, don’t worry, there’s always a cheaper option if you just want to enjoy the view: Tickets to the rooftop observation deck cost 23 SGD (about 15 euros). We recommend buying your ticket in advance. That way you get to skip the line and you even save a dollar.

Tickets for the Marina Bay Sands observation deck (skip the line)

Just present your e-ticket on your smartphone at the gate, no print-out required!

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Address

10 Bayfront Avenue

MRT

Bayfront (CE, DT)

Opening hours

Mon-Thu: 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fri-Sun: 9:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Admission

23 SGD

If you’d like some more information, we’ve written a detailed guide to the various options for visiting the Marina Bay Sands rooftop area:

How to get access to the Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Marina Bay Sands Hotel
The Marina Bay Sands Hotel – picture taken from the OCBC Skyway at Supertree Grove

Gardens by the Bay

Right behind Marina Bay Sands is Gardens by the Bay. This huge park complex spans over 100 hectares of reclaimed land. The two gigantic greenhouses at the far end by the waterfront can be seen from miles away. They feature plants from all over the world in the style of a botanical garden.

The slightly smaller greenhouse of two, Cloud Forest, is particularly impressive. You follow a walkway raised to dizzying heights that takes you on a tour of lush vegetation and a huge waterfall.

Tickets for both greenhouses cost 28 SGD (about 18 euros). If you purchase them online at Getyourguide, you can benefit from a discounted rate of 23 SGD.

Buy tickets for the Gardens by the Bay online

Just present your e-ticket at the entrance when you arrive. No print-out required.

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Address

18 Marina Gardens Dr

MRT

Bayfront (CE/DT)

Opening hours

Daily from 5 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Admission

28 SGD

Gardens by the Bay
We took this shot of Gardens by the Bay from the OCBC Skyway. The greenhouse on the left is the botanical garden, Cloud Forest is the one on the right.

Supertree Grove

Gardens by the Bay is also home to the famous Supertrees, which are among Singapore’s most popular photo opportunities.

Garden Rhapsody: Music and light show

The Supertrees are the most impressive in the evening. There’s a music and light show every day at 7:45 and 8:45 p.m., where the trees come alive in beautiful colors.

The light show is accompanied by mood music, sometimes even featuring special themes, e.g. the Star Wars Edition with original music from the movies.

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Address

18 Marina Gardens Drive

MRT

Bayfront (CE/DT)

Shows

Daily at 7:45 and 8:45 p.m.

Admission

free

OCBC Skyway

Some of the trees are connected via the OCBC Skyway – a pedestrian walkway that provides an amazing view of the Gardens by the Bay.

Admission to the walkway is 8 SGD, tickets are only available at the counter.

For safety reasons, only 70 people are allowed up at a time, and there’s a 15-minute time limit per person. But that’s actually more than enough.

Our tip: The lines get very long in the evening because everyone wants to watch the light show from the walkway. You might have to wait in line for an hour or more. We’d recommend going on the skyway by day to avoid the crowds and come back later for the light show. It looks just as great from the ground. So you could just start your visit with a stroll on the OBCB Skyway, then head over to the greenhouses (allow about 2 hours for that), and then come back for the first show at 7:45 p.m.

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Address

18 Marina Gardens Drive

MRT

Bayfront (CE/DT)

Opening hours

Daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Admission

8 SGD

Website

OCBC Skywalk

Supertree Grove
Of course we couldn’t resist taking a selfie in front of the Supertrees.

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Helix Bridge

The Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge built to resemble a double helix of human DNA. It connects the Marina Bay Sands Hotel with the other side of the bay.

The bridge makes for a great photo opportunity with the Singapore skyline in the background, especially in the evening. There are four viewing platforms on the bridge itself, where you can take some great photos.

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Address

Marina Bay

MRT

Promenade (CE)
Bayfront (CE/DT)

The Helix Bridge in Singapore by night
The Helix Bridge in Singapore by night.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer was the largest Ferris wheel in the world until it was relegated to second place in 2014.

It moves at a very leisurely pace while offering some great views of Singapore. It takes 30 minutes for the Ferris wheel complete a single revolution.

We can’t tell you if it’s worth your time because we didn’t get around to trying it ourselves.

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Address

30 Raffles Ave

MRT

Promenade Station (DT oder CE)

Opening hours

Daily from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Admission

33 SGD
21 SGD reduced

Singapore Flyer – the Ferris wheel in Singapore
Singapore Flyer – the Ferris wheel in Singapore

ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum is located right next to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. The building is a real architectural gem with its floral lotus blossom arrangement.

It hosts temporary art and science-themed exhibitions as well as a permanent exhibition, Future World.

We visited the permanent exhibition and to be honest we expected a bit more for 19 SGD per person. It’s interesting enough, but not something you have to do. Then again, it’s great if you have kids because it has lots of hands-on exhibits.

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Address

6 Bayfront Ave

MRT

Bayfront Station (CE)
Marina Bay Station (NS)

Opening hours

Daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Admission

Depending on the exhibition:
19 SGD to 40 SGD
14 SGD to 30 SGD reduced

ArtScience Museum
The ArtScience Museum looks like a lotus blossom and is one of the most beautiful buildings by Marina Bay.

Esplanade: Theatres on the Bay

Completing the ensemble of extraordinary buildings by the Marina Bay waterfront is the Esplanade Theatre. The concert halls are known to locals as ‘the big durians’ because of their distinctive shape. The buildings are really pretty to look at, especially when the lights go on in the evening.

They host a diverse array of indoor concerts and other events on an almost daily basis, but the best thing is: There are free concerts in the amphitheater outside the Esplanade pretty much every day! The concert schedule for the current month is posted on a sign outside the entrance.

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Address

1 Esplanade Dr

MRT

City Hall (NS/EW)
Esplanade (CE)

Esplanade, Singapore
Esplanade, Singapore. The photo only shows on of the buildings, but the other one’s right behind it.

Downtown and Riverside

Downtown Singapore is located right next to the Marina Bay district. The skyscrapers here are mostly just offices for banks and insurance companies, but there’s still a lot to discover in this part of Singapore.

Merlion

The Merlion is the official symbol of the city of Singapore. The statue is supposed to be a fish/lion hybrid, but it looks more like a mermaid with a lion’s head. It was built in 1972 and represents Singapore’s close connection to water and the strength of the small city-state.

The water-spouting statue feels a bit underwhelming next to all the other sights in Singapore, but it’s still an absolute tourist magnet. We’ve never seen as many people with selfie sticks in one place as around the Merlion.

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Address

One Fullerton

MRT

Raffles Place (NS, EW)

Websiite

Merlion

Merlion
The Merlion

Raffles Hotel

The Raffles Hotel is an absolute legend in Singapore. The hotel has been welcoming guests since 1887 – the rich and the powerful mingle here, from Michael Jackson to the Queen.

But even if you can’t afford the luxury of staying at the Raffles or you don’t want to spend that much, you can still experience the hotel’s colonial flair first-hand.

The famous Long Bar is also open to non-hotel guests. The Singapore Sling was invented here over 100 years ago, a cocktail consisting of gin, cherry brandy, triple sec, Bénédictine, grenadine, lime juice, and pineapple juice.

The cocktail costs 28 SGD (approx. 18 euros) at the hotel. It’s served with a large bowl of peanuts, whose shells are simply discarded on the floor of the Long Bar.

Please note: The Raffles Hotel is undergoing complete renovation and will be closed until August 1, 2019. The same goes for the Long Bar.

There is a so-called Pop-Up Long Bar, a small offshoot of the original for the time of renovation, but it doesn’t really compare to the original experience.

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Address

1 Beach Road

MRT

City Hall (EW/NS))
Esplanade (CE)

Raffles Hotel
Raffles Hotel

Lau Pa Sat food center

As we mentioned earlier, visiting a food center is an essential part of the Singapore experience. The city’s food centers offer the best food at low prices.

The most famous food center is Lau Pa Sat. With its colonial architecture, the building stands out among all the high-rise buildings in the Financial District and is absolutely worth a visit.

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Address

18 Raffles Quay

MRT

Telok Ayer Station (DT)

Opening hours

24/7

Lau Pa Sat
Lau Pa Sat

The National Gallery is one of the most interesting historical buildings in Singapore. It consists of several buildings: City Hall and the old Supreme Court of Singapore.

The building complex is a bit of a maze, but definitely worth checking out. Just take a stroll through the different wings and floors, there’s something to discover pretty much everywhere you go.

Some parts of the National Gallery are free to the public, while other parts and exhibition areas cost 20 SGD admission (about 12 euros).

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Address

1 St. Andrew's Rd

MRT

City Hall Station (NS/EW)

Opening hours

Sat-Thu: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Fri: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Admission

20 SGD
15 SGD reduced

The National Gallery
The National Gallery

Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Robertson Quay

Flowing past the Merlion statue, the Singapore River winds its way through the city. There are wide footpaths along the banks of the river known as quays.

The first stretch is called Boat Quay, where several museums and the pretty Fullerton Hotel line the left and right banks of the river.

Next up is Clarke Quay, one of the Singapore’s nightlife hotspots. The bars and restaurants at Clarke Quay are quite touristy and not really our scene.

After Clarke Quay comes Robertson Quay. You’ll find lots of bars and restaurants here too, but it’s much more laid-back than Clarke Quay.
Clarke Quay.

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MRT

Clarke Quay (NE)
Raffles Place (EW/NS)

Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay

Chinatown

Chinatown is one of the areas you absolutely have to visit when you’re in Singapore. With its traditional Chinese buildings dating back to the colonial era, Chinese temples suffused with the scent of incense, and colorful lanterns festooning the houses and streets, there’s plenty to discover here.

Besides its more traditional stores, it also features some of the city’s hottest restaurants and bars.

Ann Siang Hill and Club Street

Ann Siang Hill and Club Street are among the most popular nightlife areas in Singapore. You’ll find wall-to-wall bars and plenty of restaurants here.

We liked the neighborhood around Ann Siang Hill much more than Clarke Quay. It’s a great place to stop for a cold beer in the evening. Perhaps even two.

Our tip: Prices for food and drinks vary greatly from place to place. If you’re on a budget and don’t want to end up in one of the fancy bars, then go to Jerry’s (pictured on the right). Jerry’s is an American diner, so not exactly the most high-class establishment, but prices there are reasonable. The Maxwell Hawker Centre is right around the corner. You can get some really tasty-but-affordable food there.

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MRT

Telok Ayer (DT)

Ann Siang Hill
Ann Siang Hill

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

One of the most famous sights in Chinatown is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.

The opulent building opened in 2005 and contains a tooth said to have belonged to Buddha himself. There’s no telling if that’s true, but the temple is worth a visit either way, especially since admission is free.

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Address

288 South Bridge Rd

MRT

Chinatown (DT)

Opening hours

Daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Admission

free

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Sri Mariamman Temple

Oddly enough, Singapore’s oldest and most famous Hindu temple isn’t located in Little India, but in Chinatown.

We tried to find out why, to no avail. Our best guess is that the area wasn’t part of Chinatown when construction on the temple began in the 1820s.

The colorful temple is a great photo opportunity with its elaborate decor, and if you’re lucky you might even catch a ceremony.

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Address

244 South Bridge Road

Opening hours

Daily from 7 a.m. to noon and 6 to 9 p.m.

Sri Mariamman Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple in the middle of Chinatown. In the background you can see the Pinnacles@Duxton – one of the places with the best views of Singapore.

Little India

As soon as you enter the streets of Little India, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported into whole new world. Colorful Hindu temples, beautiful saris, and a multitude of smells and aromas await you here – more than anywhere else in Singapore.

Little India really feels like a miniature version of India, and we recommend just spending some time drifting through the streets of the district. Of course you should make sure to stop at one of the many restaurants and indulge in the diverse flavors of Indian cuisine.

Our tip: On Sundays, Little India bursts at the seams. That’s when all the Indian workers have their day off and you can experience the neighborhood at its most lively and authentic. It’s not for everyone, but it’s definitely an exciting experience.

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MRT

Little India (DT)

Mustafa Centre

Even if you aren’t a huge shopping fan, a visit to Mustafa Centre is an essential part of any visit to Singapore. The huge department store in Little India is a real attraction in its own right.

Mustafa Centre is open 24/7 and stocks absolutely everything: food, cosmetics, electronics, clothes, household goods, souvenirs, you name it. Simply everything, and lots of it. According to its website, Mustafa Centre carries more than 300,000 different products.

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Address

145 Syed Alwi Road

MRT

Farrer Park (NE)

Opening hours

24/7

Mustafa CentreMustafa Centre

Tekka Centre

Tekka Centre is the most famous market hall in Little India. Here you’ll find the fresh food (fish, meat, vegetables), clothes, and everyday consumer goods. On the top floor, you can have a suit or dress made just for you by one of the many tailors there.

The ground floor is a huge food center with stall upon stall serving authentic Indian food, making the Tekka Centre a tiny microcosm of Indian culinary culture in the heart of Singapore.

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Address

Bukit Timah Rd

MRT

Little India (DT)

Opening hours

Daily from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Tekka Centre
Tekka Centre

Little India Arcade

Another market hall worth visiting is the Little India Arcade. If you like, you can get a henna tattoo here. We just had to try it for ourselves: It was amazing how fast Jenny’s hand was transformed into an elaborate work of art!

If you want to get a henna tattoo of your own, head to a store called Selvis Beauty in the Little India Arcade. Don’t worry, there’s no way you can miss it.

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Address

48 Serangoon Road

MRT

Little India (DT)

Opening hours

Daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Little India
Jenny’s first henna tattoo

Kampong Glam

As we mentioned earlier, Singapore is a city of contrasts. And Kampong Glam is the prime example.

On the one hand, the Malay quarter has a clear Muslim character. On the other hand, it’s become one of the hippest parts of town, brimming with trendy bars and clubs.

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MRT

Jalan Besar (DT)
Bugis (DT)
Lavender (EW)
Nicoll Highway (CC)

Arab Street and Sultan Mosque

Arab Street is home to countless traditional and delicious restaurants serving Arabic delicacies and several shops selling colorful cloths and fabrics.

At the end of the road is Sultan Mosque, with its enormous golden dome towering above the district. The mosque is open to visitors of all faiths.

Non-Muslims aren’t allowed to enter the large prayer room, but you’re welcome to take a peek inside.

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MRT

Bugis Station (DT)

Opening hours

Sat-Thu: 10 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m.
Fri: 2:30 to 4 p.m.

Arab Street Singapore
Arab Street in Singapore

Haji Lane

While Arab Street has a more conservative vibe with its headscarves and traditional robes, party central is just one block away.

Haji Lane is a hipster-type street that you could just as easily imagine being in Berlin, Amsterdam, or Barcelona. It has tattoo studios, boutique bicycle builders, small designer stores, and some of the coolest bars in town.

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MRT

Bugis (DT)

Haji Lane Singapore travel tip
Haji Lane

Orchard Road

Orchard Road is a 2.2-kilometer-long road lined with huge shopping temples. It’s just one mall after another. Altogether, Orchard Road is home to more than 25 huge shopping malls. Crazy!

Shopping malls aren’t the only thing you’ll find here, there are lots of hotels here too. YOTEL Singapore, where we stayed during our second visit to Singapore, is also located on Orchard Road. We warmly recommend the hotel. You can find all our hotel tips for Singapore here: The best area to stay in Singapore: An accommodation guide + map!

Our tip: The 313@Sommerset shopping mall has a beautiful roof terrace where you can enjoy a fantastic view of the city for free. Just take ride all the way to the top on one of the sheer endless escalators attached to the building facade.

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MRT

Somerset (NS)

Orchard Road
Orchard Road

Emerald Hill: Hidden gem between shopping temples

Even if shopping centers don’t float your boat, which we totally understand, Orchard Road is still worth a visit.

Hiding between the Midpoint Orchard and The Centrepoint malls is one the prettiest streets in all of Singapore: Emerald Hill Road.

It has some of the most beautifully preserved 19th-century buildings in the entire city. Just a few meters from the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road, Emerald Hill is much more chill and laid-back.

After all, Singapore is a city of contrasts and that’s particularly self-evident here.

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MRT

Somerset Station (NS)

Emerald Hill
Emerald Hill

Sentosa Island

Sentosa is a small island off the south coast of Singapore. The island is a huge amusement park and perfect if you need to blow off some steam after a few days of sightseeing, and of course if you’re traveling with children.

Sentosa features water parks, roller coasters, zip lines, bungee jumping, a Madame Tussaud’s, some beaches, and much, much more.

There are several ways to get to Sentosa. The cheapest way is to take the number 123 bus. The second-cheapest alternative is the Sentosa Express, a monorail that takes you from the Harbour Front MRT station to the island for 4 SGD.

The most expensive, but also the most beautiful way to get to Sentosa is by cable car. Traveling at a height of 60 meters, it connects Mount Faber and Sentosa. It gives you a great view of Singapore’s skyline, the harbor, and all the attractions on Sentosa Island.

The Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass is valid for a return trip to the island as well as for two trips with the other cable car line running on Sentosa. It costs 35 SGD. If you book your ticket online with Getyourguide, it only costs 23 SGD. We took advantage of that offer ourselves.

Buy the Skypass online here

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MRT

Harbour Front (CC, NE) und Sentosa Line

Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island

Singapore Zoo and Night Safari

Singapore Zoo is one of the best zoos in the world and the Night Safari is a completely one-of-a-kind experience.

If you’re visiting Singapore with children, then the zoo is an absolute highlight. But even without kids, a visit to the zoo and the night safari is totally worthwhile. The animals here are kept in a relatively spacious and open environment based on their natural habitats.

There are four attractions in total:

  • Singapore Zoo
  • Night Safari
  • River Safari
  • Jurong Bird Park

You can either visit all the attractions or pick your own highlights. There are cheaper combination tickets if you want to visit several parks.

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Address

80 Mandai Lake Road

MRT

Khatib (NS) und Shuttle Bus

Opening hours

Daily from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Admission

37 SGD
25 SGD reduced

We definitely recommend visiting the Night Safari, as it’s a truly unique experience that you won’t find in any other zoo in the world.

The night zoo opens daily at 7:15 p.m. and closes at midnight. A 40-minute tram tour takes you once around the park including an audio guide telling you all about the individual animals. Of course, you only get to see animals in the dimly lit parts of the enclosures. If they aren’t in the mood that night, then that’s the way it is. Some visitors might find this a bit frustrating, but we found it very refreshing!

Of course, you can also use the regular footpaths to explore the zoo. The tram ride was great, but the footpaths were our real highlight. Among other things, there’s an open enclosure with bats that get really up-close and personal.

Night Safari Info
Opening hours

Daily from 7:15 p.m. to midnight

Admission

49 SGD
33 SGD ermäßigt

You can purchase tickets online or at the ticket counter. The prices are always the same. You can find more information on tickets and prices here:

Singapore Zoo website

The Zoo and the Night Safari are located to the north of the city center. Taking a taxi there should cost about 20-25 SGD.

Of course you can also get there by public transport, but that takes a little longer. Just take the MRT (NS-Line) to Khatib. Then take a shuttle bus (Mandai Khatib Shuttle) to Singapore Zoo.

Night Safari
Night Safari

Botanic Gardens and the National Orchid Garden

If you enjoyed the Gardens by the Bay and aren’t tired of nature in the city yet, we recommend a visit to the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the National Orchid Garden.

We’re not exactly botany buffs, but we were still really impressed by the variety of plants on display.

Many heads of state and other VIPs visit the Botanic Gardens during state visits and have their own personal orchid dedicated to them.

Angela Merkel has one, Princess Kate has one, and just the day before we visited, Aung San Suu Kyi, erstwhile freedom fighter and now quasi-head of state of Myanmar, got hers too.

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Address

1 Cluny Road

MRT

Botanic Gardens (CE)

Opening hours

Botanic Gardens:
Daily from 5 a.m. to midnight

National Orchid Garden:
Daily from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Admission

Botanic Gardens: free

National Orchid Garden:
5 SGD
1 SGD reduced

Botanic Gardens
Botanic Gardens

Have you ever been to Singapore?

Which sights did you like best and which ones were a bit of a disappointment? Perhaps you have a favorite sight in Singapore that we forgot to list. Let us know! We’re looking forward to your comments with your Singapore experiences!