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Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

  • Marine Life Park S.E.A. Aquarium

    Under water
    How would you like to descend into the underwater world? A walk through the fascinating 83-metre-long subterranean tunnel of the oceanarium brings you close to corals, manta rays, moray eels, turtles, sharks and countless types of fish. Guests can swim with speckled dolphins in the Dolphin Lagoon on Palawan Beach. or have little fish nibble away their feet calluses at the Fish Reflexology Spa.

    8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa
    Singapore 098269
  • Sentosa

    Leisure paradise
    The island Sentosa is with its numerous leisure activities very popular. Do not miss out on a trip to the Universal Studios or the Hollywood Boulevard with its Walk of Fame. This is the place to combine action and recuperation in equal measure. The gondola trip to Sentosa offers guests a great view.

  • ION Orchard

    Shopping paradise
    Attractive shopping opportunities dot Singapore like sand on the beach. Similar to the Champs-Elysées, they line Orchard Road like pearls on a necklace. The ION is the shopping mall nonpareil, designed like a palace. This architecturally magnificent building houses more than 400 shops offering everything that money can buy. The higher up you go, the more expensive the merchandise.
    2 Orchard Turn
    Singapore 238801
  • Strangelets

    The name Strangelets refers to the hypothetical particles in space. It also refers to the select items the four owners choose carefully from among the endless universe of the market, because everything they sell in this handsome shop is manufactured in strict adherence to fair labour practices. There's plenty to see, from jewellery to accessories for the home.

    7 Yong Siak Street
    Singapore 168644
  • Pasardina Fine Living

    The renowned interior design business has been selling beautiful Asian designs for 15 years: teak furniture, home decorations, handcrafted goods, textiles, the best of everything. This is the top address to find things for the home.

    13 Dempsey Road
    Singapore 199793
  • Bamadhaj Brothers

    Silk road
    This little street is a fascinating fabric warehouse, with one dealer after another hawking his wares: silk, voile, Chinese brocade, Thai silk, Indonesian and Malaysian batiks and the list goes on and on. The selection and blaze of colours is incredible. Yacob Bamadhajs store is in the third generation of family hands. But the majority of his products – are you ready for this? – come from St. Gallen, Switzerland!

    97 Arabstreet
    Singapore 199793
  • Laichan

    In designer
    The sense of style of designer Laichan matches the taste of his clientele to a tee. He only works with exquisite, premium materials. His repertoire spans blouses, women's suits, day and cocktail dresses, elaborate evening gowns and much more. That's why the designer attracts prominent names from national and international society to the Raffles Hotel, including royal clients.

    328 North Bridge Road
    Singapore 188719
  • Art Plural Gallery

    Swiss patron of the arts
    The Swiss art dealer Frédéric de Senarclens, a famous name in the art scene worldwide, has set himself up in the cultural district. This multi-storey loft offers national and international artists a platform to exhibit their modern art and contemporary design. The focus is on bridging the gap between East and West.
    38 Armenian Street
    Singapore 179942
  • Art Science Museum

    Exhibiting the superlative
    This enormous lotus flower doesn't close its petals at night. On the contrary, its full beauty first unfolds under the illumination. The magnificent architecture houses interesting rooms full of some of the best exhibits in the world, including retrospectives on Salvador Dalí and the sinking of the Titanic.
    10 Bayfront Avenue
    Singapore 018956
    Art Science Museum


Lau Pa Sat is an enormous food court in a charming, historical building in the heart of the Business District of Singapur. They really have nearly everything the heart, or rather palate, could wish for: from Indonesian noodle dishes to Indian food, from Japanese gyozas (dumplings) to the typical Singaporean Thunder Tea Rice. Practically every cuisine is represented. And if you aren't in the mood for something exotic, you can get a Western sandwich, too. Lau Pa Sat may be listed in every travel guide, but it's definitely not a tourist trap; it's a favourite place to eat in the Business District among locals and expats alike. Simple, inexpensive and, most importantly, tasty!

Lau Pa Sat Market
Lau Pa Sat Market
18 Raffles Quay
Singapore 048582

Haji Lane is right next to the well-known Arab Street and it's one of the most creative, interesting streets in Singapore. Countless young designers have set up shop in the traditional, old shopping-houses to try their luck with their own store. Little coffeehouses and restaurants are there, too, and those looking for a special present are not likely to find a better place than this narrow lane.

Haji Lane
Haji Lane
Beach Road
Singapore 189677

Head down to the different ethnic quarters for a first-hand experience of Singapore's heritage. Relive the olden days of Singapore's early Chinese immigrants at Chinatown and expose yourself to the vibrant and colourful history of the Malay community at Kampong Glam. Treat your five senses to the colourful sights and sounds at Little India and explore the fascinating background of the early Peranakans along the districts of Joo Chiat and Katong. Glimpse into history and culture of the earliest Eurasian residents at the Eurasian Heritage Centre.

Ethnic quarters

You simply cannot leave Singapore until you've had the Chicken Rice at least once. No other dish is the subject of such discussion and philosophising than Chicken Rice, which tastes incredible at Swee Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice at Seah Street 25 behind the Raffles Hotel. Diners sit on plastic chairs and everything is very plain, but the quality is superb.

Chicken Rice
Swee Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice
Seah Street 35
Singapore 188381

There are definitely no mountains in Singapore. But that doesn't mean you can't give your legs a good stretch. The walk from Mount Faber to Kent Ridge Park is simply wonderful. It's a fascinating, spectacular and lovely two-hour hike that shows Singapore from an entirely different side.

Mount Faber - Kent Ridge Park – Walk
Mt Faber Road
Singapore 099203

Get up-close and personal with wildlife at Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, and the internationally acclaimed Night Safari.

Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo
80 Mandai Lake Rd
Singapore 729826
+65 6269 3411