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Attractions in Singapore

Thian Hock Keng TempleChinatown

Chinatown is a thriving area of Singapore, offering a mix of traditional Chinese amongst the modern city. It's colourful and loud and comes even more to life during the annual New Year celebrations.

Loris, Jurong Bird ParkJurong Bird Park

The Jurong Bird Park is managed by the owners of the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari and available on a joint ticket. There are many interesting bird species all over the park, but the highlights are the free-flying aviaries.

Sultan Mosque, Kampong GlamKampong Glam

Kampong Glam is Singapore's Arab Quarter - a sedate blend of colonial shop houses located around the impressive Sultan Mosque

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Little IndiaLittle India

Little India is the least Singaporean are of the city. It's chaotic, full of noise and the smell of incense and curry powder. Vegetatian Indian restaurants abound, serving a fantastic choice of Tamil and other Indian cuisine.

Orchard Road

Orchard Road is Singapore's most modern street, consumed with Singapore's national obsession of shopping.

Pelicans, Singapore Night SafariSingapore Night Safari

Much busier than the neighbouring Singapore Zoo, the Night Safari is a big draw for many visitors and one of the cities most popular attractions.

Merlion Statue and SkyscrapersSingapore River

The Singapore River is the heart of the modern city. The warehouses along Boat Quay have all now been converted into restaurants and bars and cater to the international workers in the nearby central business district. Here gleaming skyscrapers tower over the city and the waterfront beyond.

Singapore ZooSingapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is set alongside amongst the reservoirs and rainforest of the centre of the island. and is one of the city-state's best attractions alongside the neighbouring Night Safari.