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  • If there’s one thing Singaporeans know, it’s great food and once here you’ll be overwhelmed by the choices and confluence of cuisines and cultures that contribute to the amazing delectable food.

    From the many hawker restaurants to gourmet venues spearheaded by Michelin star chefs, you’ll soon discover that food is a significant part of Singapore’s culture and that travelling to the other side of the island in search of a good meal is nothing out of the ordinary.

    With its rich multicultural heritage, Singapore has a variety of cuisine to cater for its diverse population – and is often considered to be the food capital of Asia. Local cuisine includes dishes from different parts of Asia, along with Malay food, southern and northern Indian cuisine, basically featuring a blend of flavors from China, Malaysia and Indonesia.

    International cuisine is widely available too, including Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, Mongolian and Japanese.

    Check Out: Best Things to Do in Singapore

    A rise in gourmet venues run by leading chefs in recent years has given way to a new style of eating out, here are some of the restaurants in Singapore you can’t miss. 

    Here are some Best Restaurants in Singapore:

  • 01Iggy’s

    It is known to be the best restaurant in Singapore and one of the finest in the world. It is the first restaurant in Singapore to enter in the S. Pellegrino List. The place is named after the renowned hotelier Ignatius Chan. It is quite difficult to categorize the cuisine as the menu is an array of different combinations of European, Western and Eastern dishes. Most of the dishes are created by the founder that has the flavours of Asian, European and Australian cuisines. The dishes have unusual names such as Bonito, Chlorophyll etc.

    Highlights: Winner of Asia’s best restaurant (thrice), Iggy’s boasts 8 unique and authentic coarse meals made with unusual combinations of flavours and spices.

    Signature Dish
    : Cappellini, Ingredients: Sakura ebi, Konbu and Shellfish Oil.

    Location: Hilton Hotel, Orchard Road, Singapore.

    Hours Open: 12 – 1:20 pm and 7 to 9:30 pm Monday to Saturday.

    Cuisine: European, Western

    Price: Starts at S $125 
  • 02JAAN

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    Another supreme in Singapore which has left its mark in S. Pellegrino List, Jaan is a dedicated French Cuisine restaurant. Stemmed from the Sanskrit word for ‘Bowl’, Jaan’s menu is handpicked and customised contemporary French gastronomy from the proficient himself, Chef de cuisine Kirk Westaway, winner of 2015’s S. Pellegrino Young Chef award in Southeast Asia. The eatery can accommodate 40 people and is architected with Murano Crystal and Silver free form Chandelier. The resto boasts a scenic backdrop overlooking the Singaporean landscape. The recipes have the roots of traditional French ingredients.

    Highlight: JAAN has exquisite world class wine collection featuring over 500 labels of old and new world wines. The menu is created using seasonal ingredients while developing a perfect balance of flavours and spices



    Location: Equinox Complex, Stamford Rd, Singapore.

    Hours Open: 12 – 2:30 pm and 7 – 11 pm

    Cuisine: French.

    Price: S $ 214 
  • 03Rhubarb

    If you are in the lookout for a delicate French restaurant which serves elegant yet subtle dishes, displaying French interiors accompanied by soothing music, then Rhubarb Le Restaurant on top of the Duxton Hill is meant for you. The place is owned by Brit Chef Paul Longworth and French Maîtred Jerome Desfonds and features two levels of dining, one for private dinner (12 seats) and the other is a 30 seated cosy dining. The restaurant also includes most sought after French Wines by Jerome.

    Highlights: The restaurant has an open kitchen where you can observe the chefs cooking. The lunch has 3 coarse set menus that have some mouth-watering dishes like Brasied beef with gem lettuce, Pork Tenderloin with Caramelised apples, Red snapper fillet with tomatoes and dill etc. Location: Duxton Hill, Singapore.

     



    Hours open: 11:45 am to 2:30 pm and 6:30 to 10pm.

    Cuisine: French (main), Western and European.

    Average Price: S $ 156
  • 04RESTAURANT ANDRÉ

    It’s been only 5 years, yet the Restaurant André has melted hearts of many visitors. In the elite gastronomy worldAndrés sophistication, elegant dishes, unique character and philosophy has surpassed other 10 year old eateries’ reputation. The place is led by André Chiang who is also a chef here. The restaurant has lavish 8 course menu exclusive of wines, desserts and bouches that parades the chef’s proficiency in multi-faceted cuisine. The dishes’ main ingredients and techniques is dominated by French essence but is topped with Chinese, Taiwanese and European aromas and flavours.

    Highlights: Set in one of the shophouses of Singapore’s China Town, the restaurant also includes an array of artefacts for sale such as art pieces, handcrafts, French wines and handmade clay figurines by the master Chef Chiang himself.

    Location: BhukitPasohrd, Singapore.

    Hours Open: Monday to Sunday 7 – 11 pm and 12 – 3 pm (Wednesdays and Fridays lunch).

    Cuisine: French and Mediterranean.

    Price: S$ 350 (dinner) and $ 198 (lunch) 
  • 05Les Amis

    Les Amis denotes ‘The Friends’ in French and is truly worthy of its name. The French Restaurant led by the head Chef Sebastian Lepinoy is one of the first independent fine –dining eateries in the region. The restaurant, inaugurated in 1994 by 4 buddies,which has recently gone through a magnum renovation by Tan Kay Ngee resulting in sophisticated French architecture. The restaurant is 2 storeys and thekitchen operates on meticulous French techniques with a slight tuning of Asian flavours.

    Highlights: 3 private rooms, and one Chef’s room overlooking the open Kitchen. The restaurant has two huge wine cellars with more than 3000 bottles of French wines. Also, if you need a place to party, the 3 private rooms can be changed into one huge dining space for such special occasions. It can accommodate upto 70 members.

    Location: Shaw Centre, Scotts Road, Singapore

    Hours Open: 12 – 2 pm and 7 to 9:30 pm. Sunday closed

    Cuisine: French 
  • 06Burnt Ends

    The ultimate Australian Barbeque is in Singapore. Led by Dave Pynt, this huge open kitchen dining space is an ideal haunt to hang around and enjoy some steamy and spicy Australian grilled cuisine. Dave Pynt apparently had a knack to play with fire and with the encouragement from André Chiang, he opened this fine dine. The place displays a unique Barbeque experience featuring customised 4 tonne, dual cavity oven fired with almond and apple woods and 3 elevation grills.

    Highlights: Each day new menu is been added or created but the signature dishes remain as it is and served every day. Also find Dave Pynt’s homeland special wines in the bar along with cocktails and beers.



    Location: Teck Lim Rd, Singapore

    Signature Dishes: Smoked quail eggs, crispy salmon, roasted quail and pulled pork with slaw

    Hours Open: Tuesdays to Saturdays – 6pm to 12 am / Wednesdays to Saturday 11: 45 am to 2 pm/ Sunday, Monday closed

    Cuisine: Australian  
  • 07Corner House

    The corner house will definitely remind you of the time period where pocket watches, bonnets, curricles, cigars and high tea were part of daily affairs. The corner house is set in a two storey bungalow built in the 1910s. The name is derived from the owner of the place, EJH Corner. The menu specialises in authentic European cuisine with a variety from French and western dishes as well. The 60 seated café is amidst the botanic gardens and the menu also pronounces the same elements.

    Highlights: The place vaunts four corners; The reading corner, a waiting area with bookshelves; Claret Corner, beverage area which can be converted into a private 8 seated room, the whispering corner perfect for a romantic dinner and the veranda, the open patio dining space.



    Location: EJH Corner House, Clunny Road, Singapore

    Hours open: Tues to Sat – 12:00 to 15:00 and 18:30 to 23:00 and Sundays – 11:30 to 15:00/ Mondays closed

    Cuisine: European 
  • 08Wild Rocket

    Wild Rocket has the ambience of Japanese wilderness mixed with beach side café. Chef Willin, the executive chef describes his Wild Rocket menu as Man Sin which means Modern Singapore. He believes that the essence of true cuisine lies in the street hawker’s food. This as a concept, the chef recreated few of the street foods further by adding his culinary touch and enhanced flavours.

    Highlights: The restaurant has a tranquillity of a hill side and striking resemblance of Japanese dining, tokonoma. The restaurant specialises in al a carte and 4 coarse menus, a wide variety of wines and finally, the signature menu, Omakese which is served only on reservation.



    Signature Dish: Omakese Menu (only at reservation)

    Location: Hangout Hotel, Mt. Emily

    Hours open: Monday to Saturday – 12:00 to 15:00 and 18:30 to 22:30 / Sundays closed

    Cuisine: Singaporean

    Average Price: Between S$ 100 to S$ 140 
  • 09Waku Ghin

    Waku Ghin, the dream come true of Chef Tetsuya, is the one of the most beautiful restaurants of Singapore projecting the values and cuisines of Japan. The colour silver dominates the entire place including its name, Waku meaning Arise (from hot spring) and Ghin denoting Silver. The Eatery features an in house bar, 3 private cocoon rooms and one huge dining hall. Chef Tetsuya’s management is excellent; he makes sure each room is allotted with a chef who personally oversees the requirements of customers.

    Highlights: The Bar specialises in Japanese cocktails and shakes that has the authenticity of the region. Waku Ghin’s cuisine celebrated their happiness after receiving a prestigious award recently; it was ranked 39th in World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

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    Signature Dishes: Marinated Botan Shrimp with Sea Urchin and Caviar, and Wagyu with Wasabi and Citrus Soy

    Location: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

    Hours open: Mon to Sun – 6 pm to 8:30 pm

    Cuisine: Japanese 
  • 10Gunther’s

    One of the Asia’s top 50 restaurants, Gunther’s Cuisine dominates the flavour of France followed by Asia and Europe . If you are looking for some subtle yet tongue tickling dishes that would take you to a trip in France, then you should hunt down Gunther’s and boost your mood and taste buds. A quirky ambience, friendly staffs and not too heavy on the pockets, Gunther is perfect for family celebration or an elegant business meeting.

    Highlight: Everyday, Chef Gunther adds a special menu to the cart which is not available in the main menu. The ingredients of the cart menu will also be displayed for your imagination. The weekday set lunch menu has a 3 coarse appetizing meal.

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    Signature Dish: Oscietra Caviar

    Location: Purvis Street, Singapore

    Hours Open: 12 to 3 pm and 6:30 to 10: 30 pm (Monday to Saturday) Sunday closed

    Cuisine: French, European and Asian

    Price: Starts at S$38 
  • 11Din Tai Fung

    Din Tai Fung is one of the most renowned chains of Taiwanese restaurantsin Singapore whose cuisines will take your tastebuds to a joyful ride. Din Tai Fung is an international brand and its franchise rights has been taken over by the BreadTalkGroup in 2003. Today the brand has 20 outlets in Singapore serving equal portion of love to its customer.

    Highlights: One of the busiest chain of restaurants (in spite of owning 20 branches), Din Tai Fung preserves the ultimate Taiwanese culture through its menu. Listed in the top 10 best restaurants by New York Times, Din Tai Fung specialised in dumplings and soups.



    Location: 20 Branches, oldest is in the Paragaon Shopping Centre

    Signature Dishes: Xiao Long Baos (steamed pork dumplings), chicken soup and braised beef noodles

    Hours Open: Mon to Fri – 11:00 to 22:00 / Sat, Sun and Public Holidays – 10:00 to 22:00

    Cuisine: Taiwanese (main), Chinese and Asian 
  • 12Skyve Wine Bistro

    Skyve Wine Bistro is the best wine bistro open all day at Singapore. The place boasts a European flair and fare. The bistro offers different menus for different purposes and time of the day such as al a carte, breakfast, brunch, lunch, bar snacks and takeaway menu. The restaurant also possesses different styles of catering for customers to choose from. The ambience is perfect, surrounded by lush landscape that also makes a perfect getaway with your friends.

    Highlights: Enjoy some amazing live music by local bands on weekends. The wine bistro has more than 70+ labels of good wine starting at $49. Enjoy lots of varieties in sea food, meat and veg, impeccable service and cosy atmosphere.

    Signature Dish: Spicy Kalbi Beef Short Ribs and wines of course

    Location: Winstedt road, Singapore

    Hours open: Monday to Thursday – 12 – 11pm / Friday to Sunday – 10 am to 12 pm

    Avg. Price: $70- 100 
  • 13NOX - Dine in the Dark

    Ok, now this is a very unusual place to dine and is highly recommended for the experience you will go through. The restaurant explains a very different concept – feel everything with your taste buds and not sight. The food is served by visually impaired hosts in complete darkness; it challenges you to surrender your sense of vision temporarily. The aim of the restaurant is for you to open your deeper conscious and mind by taking away the most dominant of all senses, sight.

    Highlights: Takes you on an expedition through taste, smell, touch and sound. You will be guided by trained blind staffs and is a lifetime experience where roles are reversed. Head Chef de Cuisine has prepared some fine yet interesting recipes with signature cocktails and exclusive wine collection.



    Location: Beach rd, Singapore

    Hours Open: 6pm to 12 am / Saturdays and Sundays- 5pm to 11 pm

    Cuisine: European

    Avg. Price: S$105 (includes a 3 coarse meal) 
  • 14Osteria Mozza

    OsteriaMozza is a well-known Italian Restaurant in Los Angeles which has now set its foot on Singapore. The eatery specialises in tantalizing Italian cuisine and the bar displays more than 700 varieties of wines exclusively obtained from Italy. The resto-bar is an American Styled Italian ambience offering three coarse pre-theatre menu of antipasti, main coarse and dessert. It has quite a few accolades under its name such as Asia’s 50 best restaurants and one of the 10 best restaurants in Singapore by the Elite Traveller.
      
    Highlight: The only authentic Italian resto-bar in Marina Bay Sands with a beaming mozzarella in the centre displaying an array of sumptuous pastries, mozzarella, burricotta and burrata cheese. The pastas are absolutely dreamy and creamy. Make prior reservation for better service.

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    Location: Marina Sands Bay, Sinagpore

    Hours Open: 5 – 11 pm every day, Sunday Lunch at 12 pm

    Cuisine: Italian

    Avg. Price: S$ 150 
  • 15Carousel Buffet, Royal Plaza on Scotts

    It is one of the finest International brand Buffet Restaurants in Singapore catering to a wide variety of tastes, including 7 open halal certified kitchens. The menu contains sumptuous dishes from different parts of the world such as Asian, European, Japanese and Mediterranean. Carousal has won The Best Buffet Restaurant in Singapore for 6 consecutive years which made it to enter the Hall of Fame atAsiaOne People’s Choice Award.

    Highlights: Enjoy signature dishes from the Chef themselves. 12 sheer pleasure giving sea food menu on the card including Japanese Sushi and Shashimi, three urban dessert counters for the sweet buffs and delicious Teppanyaki selections. Prior reservations are also welcomed.

     



    Location: Royal Plaza, Scots rd, Singapore

    Hours open: BF 6:30 to 10:00/ Lunch-12:00 to 14:00/ High Tea- 15:30 to 5:30/Dinner – 18:30 to 21:30

    Cuisine: Buffet Asian and Mediterranean

    Avg price: Dinner starts at S$ 89.45 

Attractions

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Punggol Beach

Punggol Beach is part of the PunggolTownship and has been recently renovated to a lifestyle park. Hence, it is also known as PunggolPoint Park. Getting to the park is quite easy as most of the parks in PunggolPromdenade are interlinked. Punggol Jetty is one of the prime spots of the beach and it is known for the plague that honours ‘SookChing Massacre’ occurred during the Japanese invasion. Punggol Beach is known for its long walking and cycling trails, children’s playground and a pond. Also, from the Punggol walking pathway, you can view Singapore’s offshore island, PulauUbin.

Highlights: Beautiful white sand beach; the beach looks even more mesmerising and unusual because of the big rocks strewn over the sands. The Point Park has lot of amenities for children and adults including a Horse Stable, eatery and picturesque view.

Location: Punggol Road, Singapore

Open hours: everyday, 24 hours. 
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Lazarus Island

Lazarus Beach is part of the Lazarus Island and is considered the best beach Singapore can treasure. It is called Singapore’s secret paradise with turquoise water, foamy froth and undisturbed fine white sand. The splendour of the beach lies in its raw and secluded beauty of the island’s landscape. You may not find many activities happening around the place; neither would you see a lot of marine lives under the water, but thatwhat is so pristine about the island. So, before it becomes commercialized, it is apt to visit this gorgeous secret of Singapore.



 Highlights: Holiday bungalows at St. John’s Island where you can lodge overnight, beach pavilion and pathways. The beach does not have any food stalls or refreshment shops; therefore you need to  carry everything with you. Camping not allowed.

Location: Lazarus Island. Best time to visit: throughout the year, especially in the winter
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Wild Wild Wet

A memorable and life time experience!! The Wild WildWet is Singapore’s largest water theme park featuring remarkable water games and other thrilling experiences that would leave both children and grownups breathless and seeking for more. The park opened in the year 2004 and is known for its efficient safety management. 

The park is a wholesome family entertainment; thus has been awarded with the Pro Family Business Mark award. Few of their effective facilities include free lifejackets, baby 
 Highlights: Live entertainments such as mermaid tales, sensational jets etc. Relaxing floats along the River Shiok, 8 adrenalin pumping rides, UllarLah being the most favoured one and fancy shopping haunts and eateries. 

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 Location: Downtown East. 

 Operating hours: 1 – 7 pm (weekdays) and 10 am to 7 pm (weekends and holidays)
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Haw Par Villa

There is a never ending array of theme parks in Singapore, each defining various fine amenities. But nothing can top Haw Par Villa which takes you through a Chinese folktale journey. Everything is unusual in this Park; the Chinese mythology features depictions from the 10 Chinese Courts of Hell, classic scenes from celebrated Chinese legends and lot more attractions. Located on one of the PasirPanjing hills, this ancient park was built in 1937 but went through a lot of changes after the WWII. In 1985 the Singaporean Tourist Board acquired it from the owners and completely renovated it.

Highlights: Now the park has guided tours where you will learn great daunting stories of the Chinese history, the Courts of Hell has graphic exhibits that might scare a few. The park has over 1000 statues and around 150 dioramas portraying visuals from Chinese mythology.

 

Location: Pasir Panging.

Admission: Free. Hours Open: 9 amd to 7 pm
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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Bukit Timah Reserve is perched on top of the highest peak of Singapore, Bukit Timah (163 meters). It is a very small reserve (around 1.5 km stretch), yet preserves 40% of the country’s flora and fauna. In spite of its small size, this national rainforest shelters more species of trees than the North American continent. The only way to reach the top is by trekking, which is fun and adventurous as you will encounter many species of flora and animals on the way up.

Highlights: Declared in 2011 – ASEAN heritage site; Trek to the Bukit Timah through a steep and slippery trail; dwelling to many native wildlife such as pythons, long tailed macaques which you may see on the way up. There’s also an eco-link, an ecological bridge that connects the Bukit Timah to the Central Catchment reserve.

 

Location:Hindhede Dr, Singapore.

Hours open: 6 am to 7 pm
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Pulau Ubin's Puaka Hill

There is more to PulauUbin than just the ChekJewa. This offshore island is an adventure in itself where the kampong heritage is still alive. The Puaka hill trek has been shut to the public until recently after it was readied for hiking and walking. The 3- 4 hours hike to Puakahill is tough due to steep and slippery trails. The trek is comprised of rocky terrain and circled with thick growths of wild ferns where the highest peak is reached at 76 meters. There are 4 different routes to reach the peak.

Highlight: The view at the top is worth the 20 minute steep climb. If you are lucky enough and if the weather is clear then you would be able to view past Changi into the city. However, the absolute sight of the Malaysian border and the glimpse of sun stricken Granite Quarry is definitely a bonus point in the trek.

Location: PulauUbin Island.

Difficulty Level: Moderate 
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Gardens by the Bay

For those who love to spend some time in nature, then Garden by the Bay is a must visit destination for you while in Singapore. Garden by the Bay is a nature stop traversing 101 hectares (250 sections of land) of recovered land in focal Singapore, contiguous the Marina Reservoir. The park center comprises of three waterfront gardens likely Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. The biggest of the patio nurseries is Bay South Garden at 54 hectares.

Highlights: Bay South Garden is the biggest of the patio nurseries. Motivated by an orchid, the plan takes after Singapore's national bloom, Vanda 'Miss Joaquim'. You can't miss the monstrous Supertrees here. These tree-formed vertical greenery enclosures are between nine to 16 stories tall. Stroll on the suspended walkway between two Supertrees to appreciate a 10,000 foot perspective of the greenhouses. At night, get the sky show of choreographed lights and sounds at the Garden Rhapsody in the midst of the Supertrees.

Location: The Park is located at 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore.

Price: The approximate price for the park Non-residents (Two conservatories) Adult $28, Senior citizen (over 60) $28, Child (3-12) $15 and for the Residents (Two conservatories)$20, for senior citizen $15 and child (3-12) $12.
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Peranakan Museum

If you have a fetish for history and culture then this museum is a must visit for you. The Peranakan Museum investigates the way of life of Peranakan people group in Southeast Asia. Introduced in the previous Tao Nan Chinese School, worked in 1912, this cozy historical center has one of the finest and most exhaustive accumulations of Peranakan items. Displays on three stories delineate the social customs and the particular visual specialties of the Peranakans.

Highlights: The Peranakan Museum gives an animating and instructive experience for all, while speaking to the living society of the Peranakan people group in the district. The historical center is a segment of the Asian Civilisations Museum, working under the National Heritage Board.

Location: The museum is located at 39 Armenian St, Singapore.

Price: The approximate price starts from $5.50 to $11.
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Tanjong Beach

If you are looking for some time alone or seeking peace and tranquillity, then you should definitely come to Tanjong beach at Sentosa Island. Among the 3 beaches in Sentosa, Tanjong is less crowded and has very minimal amenities. This place is perfect to while away time reading a book or walking along the coastline or by spending some quality time with your special someone. The beach looks glorious during the night when the breeze is mild and chilly, and the sky is clear of clouds.

Highlights: An inexpensive and finest romantic getaway. All you need is a mat and some nice refreshments and you can spend hours talking to your bae under the twinkling starlit sky. Enjoy a weekend getaway at the Tanjong Beach Club, one of the best in the island.

Location: Sentosa Island, Singapore.

Best Season: Winter between October and February
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National Gallery Singapore

If you are planning to visit Singapore for a vacation then there is one place which is a must visit for you. National Gallery Singapore is just the right place for the art lovers. The museum consists of cutting edge Singapore and Southeast Asian craftsmanship housed inside two of Singapore's striking national landmarks. The new exhibition is housed in two Singapore symbols: the previous Supreme Court Building and City Hall.

Highlights: Arranged in Singapore's Civic District, the Gallery comprises of two national landmarks, the previous Supreme Court Building and City Hall, and has a consolidated floor range of 64,000 square meters (690,000 sq ft),making it the biggest visual expressions scene and biggest exhibition hall in Singapore.

Location: The museum is located at 1 Saint Andrew's Road, #01–01, Singapore 178957

Price: The approximate price starts from $20 for foreigners.
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Pulau Ubin

Tourists usually confuse PulauUbin as Malaysia but in reality it is Singapore’s offshore island. It is very popular as it still holds and nurtures the last of Kampong culture. Every part of the island delivers a mystic and earthy environment; the village is quaint, the beach water as glorious as possible and the surrounded landscape is a picture from the early 19the century. The best way to reach the island is by a ferry departing from Changi Village terminal. If a boat is occupied with 12 passengers, it takes off. If you want to experience the rare Kampong Village, the best mode of transport is a rental bike accessible in the village.

Highlights: The Beach is amidst unkempt and rural surroundings played by spice trees, creepy looking plantations and bushes, mysterious looking lizards and weird sounds of birds floating from the jungle, mangroves, and The Chek Java jetty. The food in the local village is worth everything and is a must try.



Location: PulauUbin Island

Best Hours: Weekends
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Myra's Beach

Myra’s Beach Club is always welcoming those who love fun parties near the beach. Myra’s Beach Club can set up to 120 guests. It’s an ideal place for private parties, beach weddings and corporate events. It looks best if you visit Myra’s Beach during the evening. An evening at Myra’s Beach is a perfect way for groups and parties to share highly enjoyable and memorable moment.

Highlights:
A favourite with surfers, it is a stunning stretch of surf and sand. Myra’s Beach Club serves North Indian and Mexican cuisine. You can enjoy the beautiful sea breeze with mojitos and margarita. Don’t worry if you are a vegetarian almost all items have vegetarian options.

Location: Myra’s Beach Club is located in East Coast Park.

Price: All the items are affordable at a good price. "
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South Ridge Hike

Are you planning for a ‘out of the box’ family outing and ready for some physical activity? Then you are on the right trackbecause South Ridge hike is a 10 km walking trail meandering through open greeneries, not so steep tracks that connect Mt. Faber Park, Kent Ridge Park, Hort Park, TelokBlangah Hill Park and Labrador Nature reserve. It is one of the best places to view the panoramic landscape of the Singapore City, the harbour and the Southern ridges adorned with captivating blanket of plants and flowers.

Highlights: An exciting alternative for adventurous sports enthusiast and for photographers. Watch out for the Henderson Waves, the highest pedestrian bridge hanging 36 meters above Henderson Road. Also enjoy a peaceful walk through Canopy trees, AdinandraBelukur Forest and Berleyar Creek at the Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk.



 Location: Southern Singapore.

 Difficulty Level: Medium
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Mount Serapong

Mount Serapong also has a nickname, Clement hill, as in the past it was home to Military Installation and Large water reservoirs. The Serapong hill is located in the SentosaIsland and on top of it sits the Serapong Fort, which was built by the British army in 1879. The only reason you would want to climb up the Serapong is to visit the Fort which is definitely worth the tour. The fort has mysterious tunnels, batteries and underground room. It was in full swing during the WWII when it was used as a viewpoint and defence post.

Highlights: The remains of two gun batteries which were constructed in the early 1800s can still be found, including the Casemates and Magazines. Be sure of your foot because you will see lot of signs indicating danger due to unsuitable ground for hiking. If you like to know about wars and the stories behind it, if you are interested in turrets, guns and abandoned batteries, then a visit to this place is must.

Location: Sentosa Island.

Difficulty level: Easy.

Admission: Free
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Night Safari, Singapore

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the wildlife during the night time. Sounds interesting right? Well then now is the time you should head out for the night safari in Singapore. Night Safari is world’s first nocturnal zoo which is already a hit among the people all over the world. The Night Safari right now houses more than 2,500 animals with more than 130 species, of which 38% are undermined species. The Night Safari is overseen by Wildlife Reserves Singapore. It is separated into seven geological zones, which can be investigated either by walking by means of four strolling trails, or by cable car.

Highlights: The animals of the Night Safari, includes from Indian rhinoceros to tarsiers, are made obvious by lighting that looks like moonlight. In spite of the fact that it is brighter than full moonlight by a couple requests of greatness, it is diminish enough not to aggravate nighttime and crepuscular creatures' conduct. London based lighting originator Simon Corder made the lighting for Night Safari.

Location: The Night Safari is located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore.

Price: The approximate price for night safari is $45 for adults, $30 for child (3 - 12 years old) and $18 for senior citizens.
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Palawan Beach

Palawan Beach is meant for a perfect family spree. It is one of the three beaches located in the Sentosa Island of Singapore. The beach is ideal for families who are looking to spend some quality time with kids as it has more amenities and amusements for children, Port of Lost Wonder being one of them. Port of Lost wonder is Singapore’s first Kids Club and features leisure activities, themed park and water plays for children between 3 to 10 years. Find a huge food court that serves Indian, Chinese and western food and a number of little shop houses.

Highlights: Watch the free animal show at Palawan Amphitheatre. Enjoy a fun walk on a suspension bridge that connects to the Southernmost Point of continental Asia, which is also Asia’s closest point to the equator. Take your kids to the birds-eye view tower and get a panoramic view of the entire Sentosa Island.

Location: Sentosa Island, Singapore.

Best Time: October to Feb 

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