Singapore is blessed with so many beautiful places. Due to it’s popular and amazing tourist attractions, Singapore is one of the most visited countries in Asia. The city has everything for everyone from kids to elders trip, religious to entertainment trip, and educational to business trip. A lot of tourist attractions in Singapore are globally popular, such as Sentosa Island, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, and many other.

10 Tourist Attractions in Singapore You Must Visit To Complete Your Trip

1. Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Singapore. It’s a beautiful place to see wildlife in urban area. The zoo is spreads over a land of 69 acres. For best experience, zoo offers the facility of displaying animals in naturalistic, and ‘open’ way. The following animals are main attractions of Singapore Zoo.

  • Polar Bear
  • White Tiger
  • African Lion
  • White Rhinoceros
  • Rothschild Giraffe
  • Leopard
  • Mountain Lion
  • Asian Elephant

Important Information About Singapore Zoo

  • Address: Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
  • Telephone: +65 6269 3411
  • Timings: Sunday to Saturday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Entry Fee: $33/Adult, $22 for 3-12 years old child, $15/Senior Citizen of Singapore state only
Singapore Zoo
Singapore Zoo

2. Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is an amusement park located on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It’s the lone theme park of Universal Studios in Southeast Asia. It’s a beautiful place to enjoy Marine Life Park, Adventure Cove Waterpark, The Marinetime Experimental Museum and so many attractions. The following parts are major attractions of Universal Studios Singapore.

  • Madagascar
  • Hollywood
  • Far Far Away
  • New York
  • The Lost World
  • Sci-Fi City
  • Ancient Egypt

Rides Details

  • Water Rides – 2
  • Roller Coasters – 5
  • Total Rides – 20
Ticket Type Adult (Ages 13 to 59) Child (Ages 4 to 12) Senior (Ages 60 and above)
One Day Pass $76 $56 $38
Two Day Pass
(Two consecutive days)
$118* $88* $58*

*Prices are not updated

Universal Studios Singapore New Year's Eve Fireworks
Universal Studios Singapore New Year’s Eve Fireworks. Image Source: honeykidsasia.com

3. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a Buddhist temple located in the Chinatown, Singapore. It’s a popular tourist attraction among the Chinese people. It’s a wonderful place to get blessings. Do not forget to visit Buddhist museum.

Important Information About Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

  • Timings: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Sunday to Saturday
  • Telephone: +65 6220 0220
  • Address: The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, 288 S Bridge Road, Singapore 058840
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

4. Underwater World

Underwater World, Singapore is a beautiful Oceanarium, located on Sentosa Island in Singapore. The Oceanarium has more than 2500 marine animals from different regions of the world. The visitors can enjoy the living of marine life such as moray eels, sharks, coral reefs, stingrays and turtles. It’s a wonderful place to have lifelong memories.

Important Information About Underwater World

  • Address: Singapore Underwater World, 80 Siloso Road, Sentosa, Singapore 098969
  • Telephone: +65 6275 0030
  • Major Attractions: Ray of Fun, Jewels of Reef, Rainbow Crab, Vertical Tube, Coconut Crab, Ocean Colony
Underwater World, Singapore
Underwater World, Singapore

5. Marine Life Park

Marine Life Park is the largest oceanarium in the world, located on 20 acres land in Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore. The park has more than 100,000 marine animals and 800 species. The Marine Life Park is the largest collection of manta rays in the world. The Adventure Cove Waterpark has six water slides to give you best experience of water sports.

Address: The Marine Life Park, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269
Telephone: +65 6577 8888

Marine Life Park, Singapore
Marine Life Park, Singapore

6. Changi Museum

The Changi Museum is a museum, dedicated to history of Singapore especially World War. It is located on Upper Changi Road N in Singapore. The Changi Museum has a good collection of world war photographs, paintings and personal effects. The Museum is located next to the Changi Prison in Singapore.

  • Address: The Changi Museum, 1000 Upper Changi Rd N, Singapore 507707
  • Telephone: +65 6214 2451
  • Timings: 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM from Sunday to Saturday
Changi Museum, Singapore
Changi Museum, Singapore

7. Marina Bay Sands

The Marina Bay Sands is one of the most expensive hotels in the world. It has an integrated resort, constructed at a cost of US$4.7 billion. The hotel is located on Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay in Singapore. The resort has exhibition facilities, entertainment zone, shopping area and a hotel. It’s a popular hotel in Singapore for celebrating new year in Singapore.

Address: Marina Bay Sands, the Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Marina Bay Sands Hotel New Years Eve
Marina Bay Sands Hotel New Years Eve

8. Sultan Mosque or Masjid Sultan

Sultan Mosque or Masjid Sultan is a popular and beautiful mosque of Singapore. It is located in Muscat Street, North Bridge Road, Singapore. The mosque is a place of gatherings of Muslim people in Singapore. You should not miss an opportunity to visit this amazing mosque. At least 5000 people able to pray altogether in this mosque at a time. Hence, it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Singapore.

Address: The Sultan Mosque, Muscat Street, North Bridge Road, Kampong Glam, Rochor Planning Area, Singapore.
Telephone: +65 6293 4405

Sultan Mosque, Singapore
Sultan Mosque, Singapore

9. Little India

Little India is a popular business district in Singapore. It is located east of the Singapore River. It’s a popular area where you would find almost every shop owner Indian. It’s a beautiful place to experience Indian culture, food, festivals and the various events.

Little India, Singapore
Little India, Singapore

10. Chinatown

Chinatown is a popular district in Singapore and a perfect place to feel the culture of Chinese people. A few sites in Chinatown are declared national heritage sites and you should not miss an opportunity to explore those sites.

Chinatown, Singapore
Chinatown, Singapore

Article Title: 10 Tourist Attractions in Singapore You Must Visit To Complete Your Trip
Article last re-published on May 9, 2017.

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