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Brief Summary of Singapore
Understanding Singapore
The Republic of Singapore – 1965 Independence
Economy
Population, Languages
Peranakan Chinese Culture
Education
Public housing
Singapore Chinese


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Singapore Attractions (With Admission fees)
Singapore Universal Studio
RWS - Singapore Universal Studio
RWS - SEA Aquarium
RWS - Adventure Cove
Sentosa Island
Sentosa: Cable Car 2-way
Sentosa: Merlion
Sentosa: Images of Singapore
Sentosa: Skyline Luge
Wings of Time
RWS - Casino
Resorts World Sentosa (##)
VivoCity (##)
Singapore Flyer
Singapore Food Trail (##)
Garden By The Bay
River Safari
National Museum of Singapore
Asian Civilisations Museum
Singapore Zoo
Night Safari
Jurong Bird Park
Singapore River Explorer
Singapore Science Center

(##: Free Admission)
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Singapore Free & Easy (Free Admission)
Marina Bay Sands® Hotel
Marina Bay Sands® Hotel and Sands SkyPark®) (**)
Helix Bridge
Esplanade
Historical and Cultural Area
Civilian War Memorial
Raffles Hotel
St Andrew’s Cathedral
CHIJMES
Singapore River
People of the River
Merlion
Clarke Quay
Chinatown
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum
Sri Mariamman Temple
Chinatown Heritage Centre
Little India
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
Kampong Glam
Sultan Mosque
Haji Lane
Singapore Botanical Gardens
East Coast Park
Haw Par Villa
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Buddist, Toaist Temples
Lian Shuang Lin Temple
Thian Hock Keng Temple
Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple
MacRitchie Reserviour
Pulau Ubin

(**: Requires Entrance Tickets)
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Eating in Singapore
Chinese cuisine
Peranakan/Nonya cuisine
Indian cuisine
Malay cuisine
Chicken rice
Satay
Bak kut teh
Laksa
Fried Hokkien mee
Wantan mee
Yong Tau Foo
Char Kway Teow
Chilli Crab
Carrot cake
Nasi Lemak
Curry Fish Head
Roti Prata
Rojak
Otak Otak
Kaya Toast
Cendol
Ice Kachang
Durian


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Shopping Experience
Singapore Shopping Zone 1: Orchard Road
ION Orchard
Wisma Atria
Ngee Ann City
Centrepoint
Plaza Singapura

Singapore Shopping Zone 2: Suntec City Mall/Raffles
Suntec City Mall
Marina Square
Raffles City Shopping Centre
Funan Digital Mall

Singapore Shopping Zone 3: China Town
Singapore Shopping Zone 4: Little India
Mustafa Centre

Singapore Shopping Zone 5: Kampong Glam
Bugis Junction

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Money Matters
Singapore Weather Singapore Visitors Centres
Tax Refund
Public Transportation
MRT Train
Public Buses
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Food
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Activities
China Town Walking Tour
Little India Walking Tour
Marina Bay Sands Walking Tour
Singapore River Walking Tour
Jalan Besar Swimming Pool
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Singapore Attractions (With Admission fees)

 

Travelling free & easy in Singapore? Where to stay?

 

Nestled in the heart of Singapore, Blanc Inn is a boutique hostel which opened its doors in April 2013. To enhance our guests staying experience in Blanc inn, we sought to provide some essential information about Singapore for our guests so that they can plan their trip better. Get ready for your wonderful staying experience in Singapore! Reserve Blanc Inn Accomodation today!

Boutique Hostel Owner: Tommy, Contact - Email: blancinn@gmail.com, Phone: 65-8113 9906
Address : BLANC INN, 151 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207564

 
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RWS - Singapore Universal Studio

 
 
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USS is the one and only Universal Studio theme park in the whole of Southeast Asia. With 24 movies- themed rides and main attractions. There are seven main themed zones in USS – Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. Inside each individual zones, attractions and architectures are specially designed to a specific place and timeline to allow visitors to immerse themselves in a world of fantasy or time travel.

This Hollywood movie theme park forms part of Resorts World™ Sentosa. Among the park's many rides and attractions are Battlestar Galactica™ , the world's tallest pair of dueling roller coasters and Far Far Away Castle™, the first castle from the world of Shrek where you can experience the amazing Shrek 4-D™ attraction. One of the biggest spectacles in live entertainment is based on the movie Waterworld™. The action comes surging to life in a tidal wave of death-defying stunts, explosions and thrilling action. Enjoy Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure™, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure™ and Revenge of the Mummy™, TRANSFORMERS The Ride™ and many more.

Website: www.rwsentosa.com

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Location: Universal Studios Singapore,
8 Sentosa Gateway
Singapore 098269
Opertion Hours : 10 am to 8 pm

Click Below to download “Resorts World Convention Centre Map”

 
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RWS - SEA Aquarium

 
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Immerse yourself in a magical marine world at the world’s largest aquarium accredited by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™. With more than 800 species of marine animals, the aquarium is home to majestic manta rays, enormous goliath grouper, napoleon wrasse, and other gentle giants of the sea. Sneak a peek at a moray eel in a rocky crevice or tour an underwater reef community. Discover and unfold the endless wonders of our blue planet at S.E.A. Aquarium.

Opening Hours : 10 am to 7 pm

Website: www.rwsentosa.com/SEAAquarium

 
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RWS - Adventure Cove

 
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Asia most amazing waterpark: Promising endless splashes of fun, feel the adrenaline rush as you zoom down thrilling waterslides such as Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster. Chill out with friends at Bluwater Bay wave pool, or grab a tube and journey down Adventure River, passing through 14 themed zones including a tropical jungle garden and a grotto inhabited by whimsical sea creatures. Snorkel over a colourful coral reef with 20,000 friendly fishes or wade amongst dozens of rays as you touch their velvety wings. For a day of wet and wild fun in the sun, come and experience it all at Adventure Cove Waterpark™.

Opening Hours : 10 am to 6 pm

Website: www.rwsentosa.com/AdventureCoveWaterpark

 
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Sentosa Island

 
 
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Sentosa Island, minutes away from the mainland, houses a wide variety of themed attractions, reputable spa retreats, rainforests, beaches, lavish resort accommodations, golf courses and deep-water yachting marina. Ranging over 5km2, the lively island resort is perfect for both work and pleasure. With the number of guests growing every year, Sentosa is Asia’s top holiday destination for leisure.

Website: www.sentosa.com.sg

How to Go to Sentosa

There are many ways to go to Sentosa, Namely below approaches:
1.Cable Car: (see below)
2.MRT: Take the North-East Line or Circle Line and alight at the HarbourFront Station. From there, you may either go to the 3rd level of VivoCity shopping mall, transfer onto our Sentosa Express or you may take a leisurely stroll down the Sentosa Boardwalk.
Sentosa Express Operating Hours: 7:00am - 12:00mn,S$4 per entry (Both Adult/Child)
3.Taxi:It takes about 15 - 20 mins from Orchard Road to Sentosa Island.

Inside Sentosa Island buses

Travel for FREE within the island with the Sentosa Bus, Sentosa Express, Beach Trams and PLAY Rider (exclusive for on-island hotel guests)!

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Sentosa: Cable Car 2-way, include Island Entry

 

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Get into Sentosa by Cable Car and you will be rewarded with an aerial overview of the Island including Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studios, Singapore’s City skyline and Harbour. It is the best mode of transport into the island takes you directly to the attractions hub of Sentosa: Imbiah Lookout. Alight and be ready to kick-start your Sentosa journey with 11 attractions to choose from at Imbiah Lookout. To get there, alight at Harbourfront MRT and take Exit B (Harbourfront Centre). Follow directional signs leading to Singapore Cable Car station at Harbourfront Tower II.

Opening Hours : 8.45 am to 10 pm

Website: www.singaporecablecar.com.sg

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Sentosa: Merlion

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When you step inside the Merlion – an enduring icon of Singapore that's half-lion and half-fish – you'll be transported to the depths of the ocean to meet legendary sea dragons and mythical mermaids. Climb to the crown and you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular 360oview of Sentosa, including Singapore's southern shores and a glimpse of the dazzling city skyline. Back on the ground, take an amble along the Merlion Walk, a 120-metre-long Gaudi-inspired mosaic walkway.

Opening Hours : 10 am to 8 pm

Website: www.sentosa.com.sg/the-merlion


Sentosa: Images of Singapore

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This award-winning attraction brings Singapore's past to vivid life using multimedia displays, multi-screen theatre presentations and life-sized tableaus depicting local history. Images of Singapore is more than a walk down memory lane; it is a journey to the very soul of the nation. Here, legend, facts and folklore are creatively interwoven into an "I am there" experience. Be amazed by the colourful myriad of the festivals celebrated in Singapore and the stories that unfolded from the moment Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles stepped along the banks of Singapore River, all housed within a heritage building that used to be a military hospital.

Opening Hours : 9.30 am to 7 pm

Website: www.sentosa.com.sg/images-of-singapore


Sentosa: Skyline Luge

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Part go-cart, part toboggan, the Luge offers a truly unique outdoor experience suitable for all ages that is not found anywhere else in Singapore or Southeast Asia. Navigate down 650 metres of the Jungle Trail or 688 metre of the Dragon Trail as thrillingly fast or cruising slow as you like. After Luge, board the Skyride and take in the fantastic panoramic scenery of the city skyline and beautiful coastline. As darkness settles, a whole brand-new adventure awaits you. Thrill-seekers will discover a different challenge while manoeuvring down each track with unique lightings. On the Skyride, enjoy a breathtaking view of Singapore as the city skyline and harbour transform into a dazzling city of lights at night.

Note: Passengers with heart conditions, motion sickness, back problems, other physical limitation such as epilepsy, vertigo and pregnant women are not allowed to ride on Luge & Skyride.

Opening Hours : 10 am to 9.30 pm

Website: www.skylineluge.com


Sentosa: Wings of Time

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There's no better way to complete a fabulous day at Sentosa than to take in a spectacular night show set outdoors against the backdrop of an open sea. Come, discover an awe-inspiring display of water, laser and fire effects, set to majestic music and a panorama of breathtaking vistas.

The Storyline:
Explore new dimensions with Shahbaz, a mystical pre-historic bird. Together with his friends, Rachel and Felix, they travel across beautiful landscapes and the mysteries of time. His friends discover more about the courage to be more than who they think they were.
At journey's end, will Shahbaz find home? Will a boy and girl find true friendship? The story continues at Wings of Time!

Program: Every Night two shows (7.40 pm or 8.40 pm)

Website: www.sentosa.com.sg/wings-of-time


Resorts World Sentosa - Casino

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Resorts World Sentosa

Resorts World Sentosa is an integrated resort on the island of Sentosa, off the southern coast of Singapore. The key attractions include one of Singapore's two casinos, a Universal Studios theme park and Marine Life Park, which includes the world's largest oceanarium.

Website: www.rwsentosa.com

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VivoCity

As Singapore’s largest retail and lifestyle destination, VivoCity is an imposing part of the country’s plethora of shopping options. Located next to the water across from Sentosa Island, the mall is beautifully set up as an easygoing and fun shopping destination.

Japanese architect Toyo Ito has made full use of wide open spaces to ensure it is full of vitality and energy, and VivoCity is also home to a series of artworks, has an open-air playground for the kids and a rooftop amphitheatre.

Its shopping outlets cover everything you’ll ever want, from fashion, books, electronics, sport, lifestyle, fashion and more. Highlights include its unique National Geographic flagship concept store and its luxurious Golden Village Gold Class cinemas. The best thing is – you can easily continue the fun in Sentosa after you’ve finished your shopping.

 
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Singapore Flyer

 
 
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Singapore Flyer
Hours: 8.30am – 10.30pm daily
Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

Website: www.singaporeflyer.com

Towering 165m above the ground, you can have the perfect breathtaking landscape view of Singapore from the world’s largest observation wheel – the Singapore Flyer. Each 30-minute rotation allows you to see the Singapore River, Changi Airport, Sentosa Island, Marina Bay, outstanding skyscrapers, tropical greenery, and the lovely sunset of Singapore.

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Singapore Food Trail

Singapore Food Trail, an exciting concept dining attraction which brings back the nostalgic feel and charm of Singapore in the 1960s, is set in the backdrop of the iconic Singapore Flyer.

The more than 600-seat food place has themed interior design and setting from the past, as well as some makeshift stalls along the roadside to enhance the dining experience. Canopies lining the area will provide comfort and shield for outdoor diners, who can reminisce the good old days while tucking into famous local fares and familiar food of the past, such ice nalls, Kachang Puteh and many more. Some vendors include Rong Chen Bah Kut Teh, Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood, Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters and Alhambra Satay Club.

So take a step back to Singapore in the olden days, and join us in enjoying this special dining experience!

 
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Garden By The Bay

 
 
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Gardens by the Bay moves Singapore a step forward to becoming the first tropical Garden City with a delightful environment to work and live in. Stretching over 101 hectares, the park consists of three waterfront gardens – Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.

Opened in June 2012, the Bay South Garden is the largest and most prominent among the three, spanning 54 hectares. It comprises of two magnificent conservatories – the Flower Dome, the world’s largest columnless glasshouse, and the Cloud Forest. Supertrees can also be found in the Bay South Garden. They are majestic tree-like structures ranging between 25 metres (82 ft) and 50 metres (160 ft) that overlook the Gardens' scenery and play various roles like planting and shading.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours:
Bay South Outdoor Gardens 5:00 AM - 2:00 AM, Daily
Cooled Conservatories & OCBC Skyway 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, Daily
Last ticket sale at 8:00 PM
Last admission at 8:30 PM

Website: www.gardensbythebay.com.sg

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River Safari

 
 
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River Safari is a river-themed wildlife safari, has one of the world’s biggest collections of freshwater animals, with over 150 plant and 5000 animal species, 42 of which are endangered. Most of the park is designed to imitate the well-known rivers like the Amazon River, Mekong River and River Nile. Visitors will be taken on a discovery trip of unique aquatic and amphibious creatures from these rivers through freshwater galleries, exhibits and boat rides.

Addres: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm daily, last ticket sale at 5pm.

Website: www.riversafari.com.sg

 
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Museum

 
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Location: 93 Stamford Rd Singapore 178897
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The National Museum of Singapore is a national museum in Singapore and the oldest museum in Singapore. Its history dates back to 1849 when it was started as a section of a library at Singapore Institution. After several relocations, the Museum was relocated to its permanent site at Stamford Road at the Museum Planning Area in 1887.

The Museum is one of the four national museums in the country, the other three being the two Asian Civilisations Museums at Empress Place Building and Old Tao Nan School, and the Singapore Art Museum. The museum focuses on exhibits related to the history of Singapore. The Museum was named the National Museum of Singapore in 1965. For a brief period between 1993 and March 2006, it was known as the Singapore History Museum, before reverting to its previous name. The Museum underwent a three-and-a-half-year restoration and reopened on December 2, 2006, with the Singapore History Gallery opening on December 8 of the same year.

Website: www.nationalmuseum.sg

Asian Civilisations Museum
Address: 1 Empress Place Singapore 179555
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The Asian Civilisations Museum is an institution which forms a part of the three museums of the National Museum in Singapore. It is one of the pioneering museums in the region to specialise in pan-Asian cultures and civilisations. The museum specialises in the material history of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia, from which the diverse ethnic groups of Singapore trace their ancestry.

Website: www.acm.org.sg

 
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Singapore Zoo

 
 
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Singapore Zoo always had the reputation of having the loveliest settings in the world, with over 300 species and 2800 animals. Main attractions include the Fragile Forest, Elephants of Asia, Australian Outback, Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia and especially the featured orang utans. Through a famous program, Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife, visitors can enjoy dining with the charming apes. Ah Meng Kopi, Ah Meng Restaurant, The Wild Deli and Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop are other available food outlets.

Addres: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm daily, last ticket sale at 5pm.

Website: www.zoo.com.sg

 
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Night Safari

 
 
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World’s first park dedicated for nocturnal animals, the Night Safari, houses more than 130 species and 2500 animals, of which 38% of them are endangered. The main attraction is a 35-minutes tram ride through seven geographical zones, which includes the Himalaya foothills and jungles of Southeast Asia. The visitors will be educated the significance of wildlife preservation through live commentary on the tram ride. Other attractions include endangered species, such as pangolin and clouded leopard, the Creatures of the Night Show and fire-eating performances by the Thumbuakar Tribal Dancers.

Addres: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Opening Hours: 7.30pm to 12 midnight daily, last ticket sale at 11.15pm.

Website: www.nightsafari.com.sg

Click to download “Night Safari Map”

 
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Jurong Bird Park

 
 
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Jurong Bird Park, the largest bird park in Asia, houses more than 380 species and 5000 birds. For birds of different species, exhibition zones are designed to imitate natural habitats ranging from African grassland to South American rainforest. Through feeding and bird-shows, visitors can learn and appreciate the beauty of the avian world. Among many highlights include African Waterfall Aviary, the hornbill and toucan exhibit, Penguin Coast, Macaw Island, Flamingo Lake and Heliconia Repository as well as the world’s largest lory flight aviary.

Address: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925
Opening Hours: 8.30am to 6.00pm daily, last ticket sale at 5.30pm.

Website: www.birdpark.com.sg

Click to download “Jurong Bird Park Map”

 
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Singapore River Explorer

 
 

Opening Hours : 9am – 10.30pm

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The Singapore Story starts with our mother river, the Singapore River. It was here that Sir Stamford Raffles landed and founded modem Singapore, setting the country on its path of progress. The Singapore River was the heart of the country's development.

Come on a journey to discover exciting chapters in Singapore continuing tale.

Website: www.riverexplorer.sg

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Singapore Science Center

 
 
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The Science Centre Singapore, a leading regional Science Centre, celebrates 35 years of promoting interest and creative learning in science and technology. It prides itself on making science an inspiring and exciting experience for people of all ages. Over the past 35 years, the Centre has been a custodian of creativity and innovation, capturing the evolution of scientific developments through unique and relevant exhibitions and shows and continues to ignite young minds and foster new generations of scientifically savvy Singaporeans. Many interactive exhibits, housed in 14 galleries, cover a wide range of topics related to science, technology and mathematics. There is an additional 20,000m2 of outdoor exhibition space showcasing the Waterworks exhibition, Kinetic Garden and Ecogarden. We also offer a wide range of enrichment programmes for students aimed at complementing the school's formal science education as well as enriching and fun events, competitions and outreach activities for everyone. The Science Centre, Omni-Theatre and Snow City have engaged and enriched more than 29.5 million students and visitors since 1977.

Opening Hours: Daily, 10 am – 6 pm

Website: www.science.edu.sg

 
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