Singapore’s Local Attractions
Singapore’s Local Attractions
Experience the sights and attractions of Singapore – from thrill seeking at Universal Studios to learning about the blend of cultures in the many museums, Singapore offers a distinctive city to discover.
With Singapore’s diverse cultures, dynamic outlook and commercial status, there are many attractions to visit during your stay at Conrad Centennial Singapore hotel.
Visit the Singapore Zoo featuring 250 different species of animals including Asian elephants, white tigers and several primates. A major attraction at the zoo is Night Safari – board the tour bus and get close to tigers, lions, tapirs and more. Take the family to Jurong Bird Park, an enclosure of over 8,000 birds with a simulated rainforest thunderstorm every day.
Adrenaline-seekers should take to Universal Studios Singapore for rides and movie-based attractions located on Sentosa Island, a serene resort only 7 km from the hotel, and also featuring pristine beaches and an 18-hole golf course.
Visit the popular landmark of Merlion Park near our Singapore, Marina Bay hotel. The park features an 8 metre statue of a Merlion, a mythical half-lion half-fish beast that has become the nation’s icon, acting as a symbol of the union of cultures.
In the north of Singapore, visit the Colonial Heritage precinct where you can take a walking tour of the colonial buildings and learn about the colonial history of Singapore.
Singapore is considered one of the best shopping areas in Asia. Shop luxury brands in one of the many shopping districts such as Orchard Road and Suntec City. Enjoy a wealth of shopping opportunities right next to the hotel in the Millenia development in Marina Bay.
Visit Top Singapore Attractions
Universal Studios Singapore®
Universal Studios Singapore offers an immersive entertainment experience that brings the silver screen to life. Enter the thrilling world of movie magic and other themed attractions.
Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay features a diversity of plant species from around the world in the iconic cooled conservatories. Marvel at the Super trees vertical garden or discover the intricacies of plant life at the themed gardens.
ArtScience Museum Singapore
Celebrate the creativity and the processes at the heart of art and science at the world’s first ArtScience Museum. Featuring 21 galleries with a total of 50, 000 sq. ft. of exhibition space, the museum is the premier venue for major international touring exhibitions including ‘Titanic: The artifact exhibition’ and ‘Harry Potter: The Exhibition.’
At a height of 165 metres, the Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel and one of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions. A moving experience at every turn, it promises a panoramic view that captures Marina Bay’s skyline with a glimpse of neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia.
Marine Life Park™
Be inspired by the myriad of marine wonders of our blue planet. Featuring an exclusive insight into the aquatic world, Marine Life Park takes you and your family on an unforgettable journey at the world’s largest oceanarium.
Adventure Cove Waterpark™
Promising endless splashes of fun, Adventure Cove Waterpark offers thrilling waterslides, Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster, an Adventure River passing through 14 stunning scenes including a tropical jungle garden and the opportunity to snorkel over a colourful coral reef with 20,000 friendly fish.
River Safari offers an unforgettable adventure inspired by the world’s most iconic rivers. Housing one of the world’s largest collections of flora and fauna, the park features over 5,000 animals including 42 endangered species, such as Singapore’s resident giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia.
Singapore Zoological Gardens
Singapore Zoological Gardens boasts the world’s first free-ranging orang utan habitat in a zoo. It is known to have among the most beautiful settings in the world where animals roam freely in open and natural habitats.
Night Safari is the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals. It spans 35 hectares of secondary forest and is home to over 2,500 animals of 137 species, of which 38% are endangered.
Jurong Bird Park
Jurong Bird Park is home to 10 colourful lory species. This exhibit is a favourite with guests who have the opportunity to feed the gregarious lories a nectar mix while observing them up close.
National Museum of Singapore
The nation’s oldest museum, the National Museum of Singapore is custodian of 10 National Treasures. Its Singapore History and Living Galleries redefine the conventional museum experience through cutting-edge presentations of history and culture.
Singapore Art Museum
The Singapore Art Museum houses one of the world’s largest public collections of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian artworks with a growing component in international contemporary art. The museum collaborates with leading international partners to present shows covering both local and global art practices and expressions.
Asian Civilisations Museum
Occupying over 14,000 sq. m., the Asian Civilisations Museum showcases over 1300 artefacts in 11 galleries from China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia. Visitors can enjoy a change of special exhibitions throughout the year.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is 149 years old and showcases the most spectacular tropical flora with a collection of more than 10,000 types of plants. The highlights include a variety of displays of orchids at the National Orchid Garden and the Cool House.
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