This area of Singapore is home to a population of 3 500 000 residents.
You'll discover Pasir Gudang approximately 25 kilometres to the northeast, while Ulu Tiram is around 35 kilometres to the north.
If you're overwhelmed with everything that there is to see and do, why not make things simpler for yourself and head straight to the best? Universal Studios Singapore® and the National Orchid Garden are some famous sights to start with.
If you are wanting activities to calm down the young tackers or ensure they are occupied, Singapore's selection of child-friendly attractions has got your back. Head over and see what's going on at the Singapore Flyer or Wild Wild Wet Theme Park. Continue the party by also heading to Jurong Bird Park and Haw Par Villa.
You and your little ones will have a splendid time at Singapore's popular aquatic tanks and aquariums, where travellers have the chance to glimpse what resides in the wide blue oceans of our big spinning planet. At Marine Life Park and Underwater World, you and your children can encounter some weird and wonderful creatures, some that are familiar and some you would never have even dreamt of.
If you are nuts about living things of all sorts, be sure to visit one or two of this region's legendary zoos. Take a walk on the wilder side by starting with a trip to the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari. The River Safari and Swiftlet Garden Museum could also be worth seeing if you're keen to continue on.
Is the noise of clinking chips music to your ears? Go to the bustling casinos here. The Marina Bay Sands Casino and the Resort World Sentosa Casino are two serving up the best action in town.
You'll find some pretty parks and gardens in Singapore where travellers can find out about different plant species or just chill out. Two of the most well thought of destinations are the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Gardens by the Bay. The Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome are also worth having a look at if you chance to find yourself nearby.
Tourists in Singapore are often jealous when they see just how many parks it has. Want to live like a local? Raffles Place and the Chinese Garden are two ripper spots in which you'll be able to find a nice shady patch of grass. Alternatively, Esplanade Park and Fort Canning Park may be handier depending on where you're staying.
This area is home to some information centres set up to give a hand to visitors looking around for information. Regardless of which one you head to, when you go to NEWater Visitor Centre or Chek Jawa Visitor Centre, you're sure to get a whole heap of useful information for your stay here.
When the time comes to hit the coast, you'll find a range of different picteresque spots to choose from. Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach, Tanjong Beach and Changi Beach Park are all popular spots which are easily accessible, so pack a bite to eat and see how many you can do in a day!
Yearning for a day out in nature? Then make sure you check out at least one of the local nature conservation areas and parks. A couple of suggestions include Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Seletar Reservoir Park. Staying additional time? Then you'll want to consider MacRitchie Reservoir Park and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve as well.
Are you a big museum fan? Then you'll have a great time in this destination. We suggest the Peranakan Museum and the Changi Chapel Museum. If you have a bit more time to kill, you could also visit the Reflections at Bukit Chandu and the Battle Box Museum.
So many visitors have been captivated by accounts of bravery and excitement from the open seas. Nourish your interest in former times at the Maritime Experiential Museum and the Singapore Maritime Gallery, where you can stroll through the exhibits and view some remarkable maritime paraphernalia.
Singapore is home to the ArtScience Museum and the Singapore Science Centre, both great centres that should be high up on the to-do list of anyone with an interest in the natural world and man's achievements.
Do you love history in all of its different manifestations? Be sure to stop in at the Asian Civilisations Museum, where you can get lost in the well-curated displays and educational models.
Has the time come to spice up your life with a touch of sophistication? Singapore has a good selection of art galleries that will rouse your senses. The Singapore Art Museum and the Nei Xue Tang are a couple of the top options. Still not satisfied? Then why not look through the Singapore Tyler Print Institute and the Gillman Barracks?
Singapore is home to many intriguing historical museums that are sure to send you on an adventure through the mists of time. You are bound to emerge from the Chinatown Heritage Centre and the National Museum of Singapore with an abundance of new knowledge. The Changi Museum and the Images of Singapore are also worth a look at if you have some extra time up your sleeve.
This region has a range of fascinating historic destinations. Kick off your day at the National University of Singapore or Battle Box, two of the best attractions here. Singapore City Hall and Bukit Brown Cemetery are also worth a visit.
It's been said that, "a bridge is a story waiting to be told," and Cavenagh Bridge in Singapore is no exception. Take a trip out and admire it from the surrounding vantage points, watch the old river flow under it's span and read about the stories of its construction and usage over time.
Singapore has seen its fair share of frays and battles over time. To learn about into these more troubled times, head over and explore Fort Siloso.
You need not be religious to appreciate the wide array of sacred sites spread around this area. If you are looking to have a look at one or two of these sacred sites, be sure to stop off at the Thian Hock Keng Temple and the Burmese Buddhist Temple, before making your way to the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple or the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple.
There are a handful of other less well-known spots here for travellers who would like to head to some more unassuming attractions. Most travellers suggest CHIJMES or the National Library Board Singapore as nice spots to fill a few hours. You may also like to think about stopping at the Sentosa Luge and East Coast Park.
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