Neighbourhoods not to be missed
The Gardens by the Bay are the most impressive construction in Singapore and an unmissable attraction for any visitor to the island.
Half fish and half lion, the Merlion is the image of Singapore. The Merlion Park, is one of the most beautiful parts of Singapore.
Clarke Quay, on the banks of the Singapore river, is one of the liveliest areas of Singapore and you can find any number of restaurants, shops and bars.
Boat Quay is one of the best spots in Singapore to eat dinner and go for a drink. Its restaurants with views onto the waterfront are tourist favourites!
Little India is one of Singapore's most characteristic neighbourhoods, and an unmissable sight in the country.
Chinatown is the centre of Singapore's Chinese community: the architecture, people, shops and restaurants make Chinatown an unmissable sight!
Orchard Road is an enormous tree-lined avenue, where you can find a range of shopping centres, exclusive hotels, and the best shops in Singapore.
Kampong Glam was one of the very first areas of Singapore to be inhabited. Arab Street is today the centre of a vibrant Arab quarter.
The Marina Bay Sands Hotel is one of Singapore's most important buildings. Its three towers and the park on the 57th floor have redefined the skyline.
The Esplanade Theatre is one of the symbols of the city. What better idea than to see an opera in such a mythical place?
Raffles hotel is a left over from Singapore's colonial past. Enjoying a coffee on its terrace, and exploring its shops is well worth your while.
The Singapore Flyer is a 165 metre tall ferris wheel, offering the very best views of Singapore. A must see in the city!