Singapore Science Centre
Science Center Singapore is a popular entertainment and educational center, which is recognized as one of the country’s most original and interesting sights. It is reckoned among the leading science centers in the world and receives over one million visitors a year. Science Center’s main goal is to promote science and technology among public at large. Its 20 000 square meters large territory featu

Orchard Road
Orchard Road is the most famous street in Singapore that runs through city center for over two kilometers. Countless number of ultramodern trade centers, fashionable boutiques, first-class restaurants, luxurious hotels, popular nightclubs and entertainment centers is concentrated here. Back in the early 19th century, vast plantations of nutmeg and pepper were located on the territory of the modern

Sri Mariamman Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple, rising above the China Town center, is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore and is almost of the same age as the city itself. It owes its origin to expatriate Indian Narayana Pillai, who arrived on the island together with city’s founder Lord Stamford Raffles. Having left the service in the British East Indian company, he opened his own business and fairly quickly amassed a d

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
The Hindu Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple standing in the very center of the ethnic quarter Little India is considered to be one of the oldest and the most beautiful temples in Singapore. Its first building was raised in the middle of the 19th century by Indians who moved to live and work in the city-state. By that time, the Indian community numbered over 13 thousand people who, being far away from ho

Pulau Ubin Island
The small Pulau Ubin Island, located just a half kilometer away from Singapore’s northeast coast, is the direct opposite of loud and filled with resort extravagances Sintosa Island. Today, it is probably the only area of the rapidly developing state that managed to avoid urbanization and preserved the luxury of the primeval nature. It is a paradise for those who prefer quiet and tranquil recreatio

Sentosa Island
The resort Sentosa Island is located to the east from Singapore Island and is recognized as a center of entertainment that embodies the idea of ideal recreation. It has everything necessary for this: three-kilometer-long stripe of luxurious beaches, fashionable hotels, breathtaking park amusements, unique thematic parks and historical attractions. Once, real sea pirates lived on Sentosa Island, la

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, whose amazingly beautiful building adorns Singapore China Town, is often compared to an ancient casket, whose numerous boxes keep unprecedented number of amazing treasures. The temple with strikingly magnificent and luxurious interior is situated on the ground floor of the three-storey building. The first floor is occupied by the small shop with thematic literature, sou

Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple, or the Temple of Thousand Lights
Situated in the picturesque Indian quarter, Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple, also known as the Temple of Thousand Lights, is one of the largest and the most visited Buddhist cultic buildings in Singapore. It was founded by a Thai monk, in 1927, and combined Thai, Chinese and Indian traits in its unusual architecture. Thanks to this eclecticism the Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya is reckoned among the most or

Haw Par Villa
Haw Par Villa is one of the most unusual theme parks in the city. Singaporeans nickname it as Chinese Disneyland. Over a thousand peculiar sculptures and a hundred and a half impressive dioramas, depicting characters from Chinese folklore and legends and highlighting different historical events and aspects of Confucianism, are collected here. Haw Par Villa might look not as modern as the majority

  12 3 4 5 6