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Chinatown Heritage Centre

Chinatown Heritage Centre (48 Pagoda Street, Singapore) – housed in the landmarked former Nanyang University Administration Building, this museum promotes the understanding of the culture and traditions of Chinese communities internationally with its collection, preservation, and display of artworks and other objects of Chinese culture. Open daily 9:00 am – 8:00 pm. Admission: Adult ($10); […]

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Changi Museum

Changi Museum (1000 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore) — Embark on a journey through Singapore’s tumultuous past by visiting old forts, underground bunkers and war memorials that dot the island, recalling military heritage and memories from the past. During the Japanese occupation of Singapore, this site was once used to house POWs. Open daily 9:30 […]

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Asian Civilizations Museum

Asian Civilizations Museum (1 Empress Place, Singapore) – originally built in 1865 as a court house, this building also housed the Registry of Births and Deaths, as well as the Singapore Mint. From 1989, it became known as the Empress Place Museum, and reopened in 2003 as the Asian Civilizations Museum (housing 10 thematic galleries, […]

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Beerfest Asia

Beerfest Asia (Marina Promenade, F1 Pit Building, Singapur): para los amantes de la cerveza, este evento (que se celebra cada junio) tiene una emocionante programación de sesiones de degustación, talleres y presentaciones en vivo de actos internacionales de homenaje. Con más de 50 cervezas nuevas en exhibición de marcas mundiales de gran potencia y marcas […]

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Centrepoint

Centrepoint (176 Orchard Road, Singapore) — The Centrepoint is best known as a multi-faceted shopping mall in town. Housing the iconic Robinsons department store and the largest Marks and Spencer outlet – it’s the one place visitors drop by to complete their shopping experience when in Singapore. Shoppers can find internationally renowned brands such as […]

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1-Altitude

1-Altitude (No. 1 Raffles Place, Former OUB Centre, 63rd Level, Singapore) — 1-Altitude isn’t just the highest rooftop bar in Singapore—it’s the highest multi-experience lifestyle joint in the world. Occupying the three topmost floors of the 282 metre One Raffles Place Building, 1-Altitude comprises of three very different concepts—an al fresco gastrobar called 1-Altitude Gallery […]

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Annalakshmi

Annalakshmi (104 Amoy Street, Singapore) — Eat as you like and pay as you feel here at Annalakshmi. One of the rare restaurant business models that allow you to pay whatever amount you view as reasonable, Annalakshmi sure has raised the bar for innovative contributions to charity. With a wide variety of Indian vegetarian dishes […]

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Metro

Metro (Singapore MRT) The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is probably the fastest way to get around Singapore besides taxis. Besides being one of the cleanest transport systems in the world, the MRT provides scenic views of our heartland and city areas, with great access to almost every part of Singapore. You can download the […]

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Armenian Church

Armenian Church (60 Hill Street, Singapore) — Built in 1835, the Armenian Church on Hill Street is the oldest Christian church in Singapore. Designed by Irish architect George Coleman, the church is regarded as Coleman’s masterpiece and is dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator, the first Armenian monk.     Take a walk in its […]

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About Singapure

Known officially as the Republic of Singapore, Singapore is actually a Southeast Asian island city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula (85 miles north of the equator). An island country consisting of 63 islands, it is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to its north and from Indonesia’s Riau Islands by […]