Marina Bay – an ideal spot for tourists with sunbathing, swimming, a casino, clubs, restaurants, shopping and numerous tourist attractions. At Marina Bay you’ll find the Singapore Flyer, a ferris wheel bigger than the London Eye, and Gardens by the Bay, an impressive garden with the world's tallest indoor waterfall. Make also a stop at ArtScience Museum while visiting the famous Marina Bay Sands, a spectacular hotel resort in a boat-shaped design with an infinity pool on its roof. Only hotel guests are allowed to use the pool, sadly!
Chinatown, Singapore – Chinatown brings out the Chinese heritage in Singapore. This beautiful neighbourhood is filled with both modern stores and traditional shops selling exotic goods and local food. Other places rich in cultural tradition include Little India, Changi Village and Kampong Glam, to mention a few.
Singapore Zoo – this award-winning 26-hectare wildlife park invites you to see more than 2,800 animals, a giraffe exhibit, underwater galleries and much more. Don't miss your chance to experience also River Safari, Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari, all run by the respected Wildlife Reserves Singapore.
Singapore Botanic Garden – another gem for nature lovers, this 156-year-old green haven is the only tropical garden in the world named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at over 1,000 orchid species, a virgin rainforest and more right in the heart of the city.
Sentosa Island – Singapore's first integrated resort for sunbathing, swimming and golf, the island offers plenty of entertainment such as Universal Studios Singapore, Adventure Cove Waterpark and Trick Eye Museum.
National Museum of Singapore – the nation's oldest museum showcases Singapore's history and culture in a fun way. The building is also one of the city's architectural icons. If you only have time for one museum, make it this one.