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#1 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Gardens; Parks

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a civic and community space, and a tourist destination. There you can find more than 10,000 types of plants, numerous heritage trees, a tract of... more »

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#2 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Jogging Paths/ Tracks
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#3 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Cemeteries
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#4 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Museums; Religious Sites
Owner description: The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (BTRTM) was founded in 2002 by Venerable Shi Fazhao. It was registered by the... more » Owner description: The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (BTRTM) was founded in 2002 by Venerable Shi Fazhao. It was registered by the Registrar of Societies in 20th February 2003, and as a charity under the Charities Act in 8th January 2004. The Temple is dedicated to the Maitreya Buddha, which means ‘The Compassionate One’, and also called ‘The Future Buddha’. « less
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#5 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Cemeteries
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#6 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Libraries
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#7 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings
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#8 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Malls; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas
Owner description: Spanning almost 2.2 km, Orchard Road is a swanky, tree-lined one-way boulevard flanked by distinctive shopping malls and... more » Owner description: Spanning almost 2.2 km, Orchard Road is a swanky, tree-lined one-way boulevard flanked by distinctive shopping malls and hotels.The shopping belt comprises nearly 800,000 sq m of shops and restaurants and promises to please any taste or budget with its iconic malls which boast the full works - from opulent brands to high street fashion, and from exclusive restaurants to fast food joints.It is a Great Street to shop, dine, stay, play, work, and live. « less
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#9 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
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#10 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
Owner description: For a fascinating peek into Singapore’s Chinese culture and history, Chinatown is good place to start. Here, you’ll enjoy a... more » Owner description: For a fascinating peek into Singapore’s Chinese culture and history, Chinatown is good place to start. Here, you’ll enjoy a mix of heritage visits to museums, shopping as well as a good variety of food options, sure to leave a traveller happy and satisfied at the end of the day. « less
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#11 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods; Historic Sites
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#12 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple is also one of the most popular thanks to its proximity to Chinatown and its colorful... more » Owner description: Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple is also one of the most popular thanks to its proximity to Chinatown and its colorful exterior. Admission is free, though a donation is requested of those taking photographs. An annual fire-walking ceremony is held here every October or November. « less
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#13 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
Owner description: Visitors who enjoy a little bargaining will find it here among the historic shops selling textiles, perfume and more. Along... more » Owner description: Visitors who enjoy a little bargaining will find it here among the historic shops selling textiles, perfume and more. Along with traditional Muslim food offerings, some Western restaurants have settled into the area, creating a Singaporean blend of cultures. Make sure to stop at the island’s largest mosque, the Sultan Mosque, a landmark in the Kampong Glam Malay Heritage District. « less
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#14 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites
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#15 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: A century later in 1928, Denis Santry, an architect of Swan and McLaren, employed the Islamic-Saracenic style that combines... more » Owner description: A century later in 1928, Denis Santry, an architect of Swan and McLaren, employed the Islamic-Saracenic style that combines ideas from Indian and Islamic traditions, designing a Mosque that incorporated the use of minarets and balusters. « less
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#16 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Art Galleries
Ode to Art is one of Singapore’s largest art galleries, with locations is Raffles City and Marina Bay Sands.
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#17 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
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#18 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
Owner description: Its major landmark, the Sultan Mosque, sits in the heart of this enclave and is open to all visitors, as is the nearby Malay... more » Owner description: Its major landmark, the Sultan Mosque, sits in the heart of this enclave and is open to all visitors, as is the nearby Malay Heritage Centre, where you’ll learn about Malay history and culture. « less
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#19 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
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#20 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Historic Sites

Statioined at Balestier Road, the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (Wan Qing Yuan) is dedicated towards the founder of the Revolution in China. Dr Sun Yat Sen visited Singapore... more »

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#21 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites; Churches/ Cathedrals
Owner description: It’s no wonder why St Andrew’s Cathedral is one of Singapore’s most treasured works of architecture. Gazetted as a national... more » Owner description: It’s no wonder why St Andrew’s Cathedral is one of Singapore’s most treasured works of architecture. Gazetted as a national monument on 1973, you’ll stand in awe at its majestic facade, with extended pinnacles and a glossy white exterior. « less
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#22 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Malls
Owner description: "Ngee Ann City is a staple of Orchard Road, with something to delight everyone. Another large mall on the Orchard Road... more » Owner description: "Ngee Ann City is a staple of Orchard Road, with something to delight everyone. Another large mall on the Orchard Road shopping strip, this mall has seven levels and more than 100 specialty stores including Cartier, Zara, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Dior and Armani. But it’s more than just designer brands that are featured here, with Ngee Ann City also housing beauty salons, bookstores and enrichment centres. With more than 30 food and beverage outlets serving Western, Chinese, Thai, Indonesia and Korean cuisine, you’ll also be sure to find something you that suits your palate. " « less
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#23 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: CHIJMES (pronounced “chimes”) stands for the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, a Neo-Classical style building which houses... more » Owner description: CHIJMES (pronounced “chimes”) stands for the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, a Neo-Classical style building which houses one of Singapore’s most aesthetically-pleasing dining and entertainment venues. « less
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#24 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Neighborhoods
Owner description: An experience for all five senses. Start at the Tekka Centre, a traditional wet market and food court where fresh meat,... more » Owner description: An experience for all five senses. Start at the Tekka Centre, a traditional wet market and food court where fresh meat, seafood, vegetables, fruits and dry goods are sold. Cruise down Serangoon Road to find more groceries, restaurants, teahouses, tailors and Mustafa Centre, a massive department store selling anything and everything. Visit during Deepavali, the Hindu festival of light, held in October or November. « less
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#25 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites
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#26 of 99 attractions in Singapore
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#27 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites
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#28 of 99 attractions in Singapore
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#29 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Religious Sites
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#30 of 99 attractions in Singapore
Category: Government Buildings
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