Jurong Bird Park
The Singapore Bird Park, located in the modern industrial quarter Jurong to the west from downtown, is the largest ornithological park in the Asian region. Its 20-hectare-large territory is inhabited by more than 5000 birds of 380 species, brought from all over the world. About 850 thousand tourists visit the Singapore Bird Park yearly. Most of park’s birds are species from Southeast Asia, however

Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom on Sintosa Island is a spectacular tropical garden, where over 1500 butterflies of 50 species, 3000 interesting insects and dozens of exotic birds’ species live in natural conditions. It was created on state’s initiative in order to preserve unique representatives of local fauna who lost their natural habitation due to industrial deforestation. The park consists of

Fort Canning Park
Fort Canning Park, stretching around the namesake hill in Singapore’s very center, is one of the most interesting parks in the city. It attracts with the huge number of historical artifacts from different epochs, amazing landscapes, unusual museums an exhibition halls. Once upon a time, the hill was ancient city’s center, in which Malay rulers’ palaces were situated. Even centuries later, the loca

Hotel Marina Bay Sands
The resort and hotel complex Marina Bay Sands was opened just in few kilometers from the city business center, in summer 2010. Its unusual architecture made it one of the state’s brightest sights and patriotic Singaporeans nicknamed it as the eighth wonder of the world. The hotel complex consists of three 55-storey skyscrapers, on whose top a huge gondola is located. It is a magnificent SkyPark. I

National Orchid Garden
National Orchid Garden, stretching over one of the highest hills in Singapore Botanical Gardens, is reckoned among state’s key sights and is rightly considered its national heritage. Over a million and a half tourists from all over the world visit it yearly. Singapore Garden’s collection of live orchids is the largest one in the world. About 60 000 specimen of these fabulously beautiful plants, in

The National Museum of Singapore
Despite the National Museum is the oldest one in Singapore, it is reckoned among the most progressive museum facilities in the country. It is situated in the downtown, in the very beautiful historical building, raised in Neo-Classical style and crowned with stained-glass cupola. Museum’s rich exposition is devoted to Singapore’s history from the 14th century to present days and to peoples, who inh

The Asian Civilisations Museum
Visiting the Asian Civilisations Museum is the best way to learn about rich and multilayer Asian culture and, therefore, to get an idea about traditions of Singapore multinational community. The museum keeps unique historical and cultural heritage of Asian peoples. It is situated on the bank of the Singapore River in luxurious colonial Empress Place Building, raised in 1860 and named after English

Little India
Colorful and original district Little India is located not far from the colonial center and invariably attracts attention of the most tourists coming in the country, on a par with other Singapore ethnic quarters. Having appeared simultaneously with the city two centuries ago, it turned from small settlement into the center of Indian culture in Singapore. Indian community formed in the city in the

MacRitchie Reservoir Park
The MacRitchie Reservoir Park is a plot of primeval tropical forest that surrounds the namesake water body, which is the oldest reservoir in Singapore. It is a sort of gates to the Central Nature Reserve – the largest one in the country with the square of 2000 hectares. Well-equipped pedestrian paths run through park’s whole territory. These block pavements stretch along MacRitchie Reservoir and p

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