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What Can I Do During My Stay In Singapore

Singapore is a vibrant, sophisticated and cosmopolitan city state that delights visitors from all over the world. A city of modern conveniences with rich ethnic, cultural and historical heritage, Singapore offers a wide range of leisure, entertainment and sightseeing options for all types of travellers.

Moving around in Singapore is also easy, convenient and affordable. With our world-class transport system, visitors can get around easily on taxis, buses, the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train service, or even rent a car to drive around.

ArtsArts

A global city for the arts, Singapore offers a feast of arts and cultural events. Visit world-class arts centres including The Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, The Arts House, Singapore Art Museum, Asian Civilisations Museum and the Singapore History Museum. Take a stroll through the ethnic precincts of Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street, to gain insights into Asian culture.

DiningDining

A gourmet's paradise, Singapore is reputed for the quality and variety of food it offers. A wide variety of international cuisines including Chinese, Indian, Malay, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Middle Eastern, American and European cuisines, is available here.

EntertainmentEntertainment

Singapore offers a wide variety of entertainment choices for visitors of all ages. Wholesome family entertainment is available for families with children while adults may visit the many cybercafes, coffee clubs, stylish clubs and vibrant nightspots all over in the city.





Events

Singapore offers a wide variety of enriching events and activities for visitors of all ages. From exhibitions and performances to self-improvement and professional courses, there are events happening in Singapore all year round. To find out what events are lined up, click here.

Garden and ParksGardens and Parks

A garden city, Singapore's public gardens and parks bring a delightful peace to your soul. Well-known parks include the Botanic Gardens, East Coast Park, Marina South Park, Mount Faber Park and Bukit Timah Hill. Many parks have water features, trails and exercise stations for you to engage in some light activities or to relax in tropical tranquility.

Health Screening

While in Singapore, you may wish to check out health screening packages for your family members. To suit people with varying needs, healthcare providers offer a wide variety of packages from basic screening to comprehensive health screening for executives. Health screenings are conducted in private and comfortable surroundings.

SightseeingSightseeing

Singapore offers many world-class attractions worth visiting. These include the Night Safari, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Jurong BirdPark and Sentosa. Many attractions are wheelchair-friendly and provide wheelchairs upon request.

ShoppingShopping

For first-class shopping, visit Orchard Road. On par with the world's best, Orchard Road features exciting shopping malls, international brands and specialty niche stores with the latest season's offerings. You will discover a plethora of products from the world over, ranging from cosmetics, fashion wear, luxury watches and homeware to sports equipment.

Spas and Wellness Centres

For those seeking relaxation and rejuvenation, Singapore offers many spas and wellness centres conveniently located in the city centre and in hotels. Tastefully decorated in modern Balinese and genteel European styles, these spas offer a wide variety of Asian- and European-style services ranging from aesthetic treatments to massage and reflexology. High hygiene standards are maintained and a level of professionalism is ensured.

Wheelchair-Friendly Facilities

For the wheelchair bound, Singapore offers wheelchair-friendly facilities. Public transport facilities including MRT stations and buses provide lifts and ramps to make boarding easy. Shopping centres and places of attraction are also wheelchair-friendly with ample ramps, lifts and restroom facilities.