Singapore is a paradise for shoppers if you’re looking for retail therapy. Whether you want to explore traditional markets or visit a 2.2 kilometers stretch of glamorous shopping malls or affordable mid-range boutiques, Singapore has it all.
- Orchard Road
- The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
- Jewel Changi
- Raffles City Shopping Centre
- Suntec City
- Haji Lane
- Bugis Street Market
- Little India
Singapore is known as the ‘Lion City’ that is loaded with superb museums and art galleries. Whatever your interests are, you will be able to find a museum that showcases everything from the history of Singapore, to priceless works of art. Here’s a list of Singapore’s most popular museums:
- National Gallery of Singapore
- National Museum of Singapore
- ArtScience Museum
- Asian Civilizations Museum
- Singapore Art Museum
- National Design Centre
- National Library of Singapore
- Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Owing to its tropical climate, Singapore is a haven for wildlife. Visit Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, or the unique Night Safari to witness the best of it.
From elegant establishments such as Raffles Bar to busy nightclubs, this city has a dazzling array of nightlife. Enjoy a night at the theatre, listen to jazz in an atmospheric bar, or watch the sunset over the marina with a cocktail; you can do all this and more in Singapore.
Explore the Neighbourhood
With Singapore’s close proximity to all countries in Southeast Asia, there is a wide range of getaway destinations near Singapore or at least within a few hours by car, bus, or plane. Some popular weekend getaway destinations include Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Penang), Indonesia (Bali, Batam), Vietnam (Hoi An), Cambodia (Siem Reap), Taiwan (Taipei), and Thailand (Krabi, Phuket). Find out more about the destinations’ travel tips, food, and activities here.
As a central location in Southeast Asia, there are many budget airlines that fly in and out of Singapore: Jetstar, Scoot, Air Asia, Cebu Pacific, and Lion Air. Check out more information here.