Angel A. said, "...Of course, there's Sentosa Island . There's the Universal Studios Singapore and you wouldn't want to miss that. There's also the Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon Singapore and other attractions kids will definitely love. On the east side, there's Jurong Bird Park ,..." See More
Jass L. said, "...Usually people go to Universal Studios Singapore for a whole day movie- theme park adventure.Operating hours from 10AM-7PMOne Day Pass Tickets S$74 fro adult & $54 for kids (4-12yrs)Tip: Once you got in, try the Transformers ride first. Usually it has the longest..." See More
Muskan S. said, "...can also see - Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, Images of Singapore (historical museum that exhibits culture and history of Singapore) Universal Studios Singapore- This is an American film studio. Singapore Flyer- is the world’s largest Giant Ferris Wheel. This offers dining..." See More
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Rama D. said, "...what you want to try :) the usual tourist attraction is the Merlion Gardens by the Bay Marina Bay Sands or Universal Studios Singapore :p theres a lot of parks you can enjoy for free, like Singapore Botanic Gardens MacRitchie Nature Trail..." See More
SC L. said, "...a theme park with all things Chinese mythology. Dante's got nothing on the Chinese concept of Hell...Or Sentosa Island, which has Universal Studios Singapore, Trick Eye Museum and recently, Madame Tussauds SingaporeDepends on your priorities, really...." See More
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Nam O. said, "...as Chinatown, Little India, Bugis Streetand Tiong Bahru. Strolling through the places and enjoying street food are my things to do. Universal Studios Singapore and Marina Bay area are the most popular destination. Man-made projects which drawing a million visitors providing superb entertainment...." See More
Nars K. said, "...Gardens by the Bay Singapore Flyer Sentosa Island Botanical Garden singapore Universal Studios Singapore (if you are interested in a theme park) Here's a full list: http://www.ruebarue.com/singapore/?sort=rank&view=list-view&filter=..." See More
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Leong M. said, "...is one Singapore's latest attraction which combines green design with cutting edge civil engineering. Have a trip to Sentosa Island or Universal Studios Singapore (USS)! Sentosa is full of activities, although not as attractive and scenic as typical tropical beaches, but USS is..." See More
Brett D. said, "...today. For higher end shopping, head over to Orchard Road. For more recreation, Sentosa Island has the local beaches, along with Universal Studios Singapore and the "Southernmost Point in Continental Asia". I have not been, but have heard many people say they enjoyed..." See More
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Nam O. said, "...awesome too. Try Singapore Zam Zam, Bugis. Modern landmarks such as Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands. Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A Aquarium. For nature and gardens, Singapore Botanic Gardens is recommended. Shopping malls hub is along Orchardroad. Activities..." See More
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Clement T. said, "...the parks and recreational places, you can try Singapore Zoological Gardens (pretty amazing), Jurong BirdPark and Sentosa Island(an off-shore island with Universal Studios Singapore and beaches as well as the iconic Merlion). For nightlife, you can definitely try out the area called Clarke..." See More
Muskan S. said, "...also see - Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, Images of Singapore (historical museum that exhibits culture and history of Singapore) 4. Universal Studios Singapore- This is an American film studio. 5. Singapore Flyer- is the world’s largest Giant Ferris Wheel. This offers..." See More
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