Museum Images of Singapore
The unusual interactive museum Images of Singapore is situated in the colonial building of the former hospital on the Sentosa Island and offers a captivating tour in the city-state’s past. Wax life-sized figures, special videos, broadcasted on huge screens, dramatic sound and luminous effects recreate the main landmarks and events in Singapore history. The museum features multitude of expositions

The Chinese and Japanese Gardens
Amazed tourists call the Chinese and Japanese Gardens, stretching across two islands in the middle of the artificial lake Jurong, one of the most beautiful corners in Singapore, and locals consider them an ideal place for leisurely strolls. The Chinese Garden occupies the area of 13 hectares and is the largest object of this kind outside China. In 1975, famous Taiwanese architect designed it using

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a large area of primeval tropical forest that remained from the huge green mass, which used to cover almost the whole territory of Singapore island two centuries ago. It is located within the city boundary, just 12 kilometers away from its business center. Founded in 1883, the Bukit Timah was one of the first forest reserves, created in Singapore. Today, it is one

Armenian Church
The Armenian Church of the St Gregory the Illuminator, whose elegant building stands in the city very center, is reckoned among the state’s most important historical monuments. It is the oldest Christian temple in Singapore and one of the two Armenian churches, preserved in the South-Eastern Asia. Recently, the building of the Cathedral of St Gregory the Illuminator was given a status of national

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Luxurious botanic gardens adjoined to Singapore central trade square Orchard Road is reckoned among country’s most famous and visited sights: several millions tourists visit it yearly. Having the largest collection of tropical plants, the Singapore Gardens, are rightly considered the leading equatorial botanic gardens in the world. Quite recently periodical ‘Time’ awarded it the title of ‘the best

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