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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 

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. 

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

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. 


 Location: Downtown East. 

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

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

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

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.

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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What You Should Know More About Singapore

  • Travel advice:

    • Money-wise: Quite obviously, the currency exchange will be quite different than what prevails at your native place. In Singapore, the notes prevail in denominations of S$2, S$5, S$10, S$50, S$100, S$1,000 and S$10,000. Coins come in 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and S$1. Understand the exchange rate well before you enter the territory and things can get quite hectic when one makes use of credit and debit cards and taxes are simultaneously applied.

    • Tax charges: There is an interesting law in Singapore. This is especially applicable to tourists. They can now claim a refund on the 7 per cent goods and services tax that they pay on any service if they make purchase of over $100. Isn’t that great?

    • All go well prepared: Be it a pleasant shopping experience or eating experience, just make sure that you enquire about all the places that you decide to visit before you actually visit them. This makes things much easier for you to handle.

    • Use of language: You won’t have a problem as such, trying to communicate what you want to the locals as most of the Singaporeans speak fluent English. Other languages they are fluent in are Mandarin Chinese, Malay or Tamil – which is great as they are Indian languages.

    • Weather wise: Singapore is most of the times hot and humid. The temperatures reach well above 30 degrees all around the year. Visitors should also be prepared for rain at any given time. Make sure you carry cotton clothes and not woollen sweaters to Singapore.

    • Tipping: At restaurants and resorts, tipping is usually something that is given at the end of the bill as additional perk if the customers found the service good. Tipping in Singapore is not mandatory. You can give tips only if you want to.

    • Drinking laws: In Singapore, alcohol consumption is banned in all public places between 10:30pm to 7am. Even the retail shops are not allowed to sell alcohol to the customers. Make sure you follow the rules well while you’re in Singapore.

  • What will you like in Singapore:

    • Visit the riding centre: The best part about these places is that you don’t have to be a member in order to gain a riding experience. Places like the Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre, the Gallop Stable, Bukit Timah Saddle Club and the Rider’s Cafe are for all those adventure-seeking individuals who love riding horses.

    • Island hopping in the Island-city of Singapore: Go island exploring through Singapore. There are many services that provide you with the convenience of travelling via ferries – so reaching there is hardly a problem. Visit the Kusu Island for a day out with your family or the St. John’s Island for a perfect holiday feeling.

    • Rock climbing in Singapore: The Dairy Farm of Singapore is the only natural outdoor rock climbing destination that is available for pro rock climbers and amateurs to enjoy their time and realize their desires to feed the adventure-craving soul inside of them. This will truly give you an adrenaline rush and make you feel glad you tried it out.

    • A day at Sentosa: Sentosa is a beach paradise with an itinerary that will fill up your entire day. This place has the best kind of restaurants, other entertainment centres and much more in much closer distance than most other places in Singapore. Spend a day in Sentosa and you will feel like spending more.

  • Recommended reads for destination

    Government website: 

    Govt. Tourism Website


    Your Singapore

    Books: Lonely planet-Singapore, Solo in Singapore

  • When is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The months between February to April when the island country has summers going on is a good season to be in Singapore.


    • Similarly, the winters here are quite pleasant as well. Plenty of outdoor activities become available during these two seasons.
    • Moreover, November to January is when the country has the wettest months and showers can last for long periods of time, so you may want to avoid this season unless you’re fond of travelling in rains. The hottest months in Singapore usually are May and June.

  • How to reach Singapore?

    Singapore is a one of the most popular travel destinations in Asia and the factor of being well connect it is an added advantage to Singapore tourism.


    By Air-

    Changi Airport is one of Asia’s best-connected and busiest airports. It is an important hub for international aviation. This airport is voted as world’s best airport multiple time and facilities include a gym, several gardens, an outdoor pool, free internet, cafes and plenty of shops.


    By Road-

    Malaysia and the mainland of Asia is connected by the two causeways Singapore has. There are regular bus services starting at 5 am to midnight. Buses are operated by SBS and Causeway Link. The causeway link option is a rather faster commuting facility.


    By Train-

    Countries like Malaysia, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur are connected to Singapore by rail, with a route to Bangkok. Three trains run per day which includes a sleeper train facility. Trains depart from and arrive at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station in Singapore.


    By Water

    Cruising is gaining popularity and Singapore is constantly being used as a base throughout South East Asia. Being an island country, Singapore offers regular ferry services to Tanjung Belungkor in Malaysia and Riau Islands in Indonesia.

  • Do I need a visa for Singapore? How does one get a Singapore visa?

    Citizens of India can apply for a Singapore tourist visa that allows a stay for maximum period of 30 days with a validity of 2 years. As the rule applies for other countries, even for Singapore, you should ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months from the date of entry in Singapore.

    The easiest way to apply for your visa is filling the form online. You have to pay the fees and your request is registered. You may also be provided with a pick and drop service. Some of the vital documents required for visa application procedure are air ticket, passport, bank statement of last three months, covering letter, visa application form and 2 passport size photographs.

  • What is the currency of Singapore and where can I get my money exchanged?

    The currency of Singapore is Singapore Dollars. You can get your currency changed in any part of the country as and when required. As Singapore is a popular tourist destination, you find money changers in every part of the country easily. However, in case you’re unable to find one in the area you’re residing, you can always go to the airport or the banks. These money exchangers provide the service at slightly greater cost but are hassle free.

  • Which are the major tourist attractions in Singapore?

    Choosing the best things to do in Singapore is no easy task. Everything seems to be glorious and beautiful. Chinatown and little India describe the ethnicity of the country while Marina Bay Sands SkyPark and Singapore Flyer explain the development and natural beauty here. To make your task easy, below are some of the best tourist destinations in Singapore

    • Marina Bay
    • Clarke Quay
    • Universal Studios Singapore
    • Garden by the Bay
    • Raffles Hotel
    • Chinatown
    • Singapore Flyer
    • Sentosa
    • Singapore Night Safari
    • Little India

  • What are the things to do in Singapore?

    With so many things to do and places to see in Singapore, selecting the best one and having a preference can be a task. But we have taken on that pressure and listed down some of the best things to do in Singapore. These activities help you discover the best of the island country and absolutely worth visiting.


    • Stroll at bridge Clarke Quay
    • Experience diversity at China Town
    • Experience India at Little India
    • Get wild at wildlife zoo
    • Get amazed at National Museum of Singapore
    • Explore the Southern Ridges
    • Explore Sentosa
    • Visit the East Coast park
    • Go for a walk around Marina Bay
    • Relax at Singapore Botanic Gardens
    • Visit the Marina Barrage
    • Visit Orchard Road
    • Relax at Merlion Park
    • Appreciate Singapore flyer

  • What is the local food of Singapore? Which are the best places to taste this food?

    If you love eating, you can’t ignore foods at Singapore. There is so much to eat that your holiday would just pass eating at several restaurants, cafes and other eateries The local Singaporean cuisine is diverse and have influences derived from several ethnic groups like Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and Peranakan. This food mix sounds too fancy and interesting to not be tried. Here are a few dishes you should definitely taste-


    • Bak Kut Teh
    • Wanton Mee
    • Fried Carrot cake
    • Dim sum
    • Kaya Toast and Soft-boiled Eggs
    • Toast with soft-boiled eggs
    • Crabs (Chilli or Pepper)
    • Laksa
    • Curry Fish Head


    And here’s where you can eat them all!

    • Ya Hua Bak Kut (closed on Monday)
    • Song Fa Bak Kut
    • Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup (closed on Mondays)
    • Leong Kee (Klang) (closed on Wednesdays)
    • Fei Fei Wanton Mee
    • Kok Kee Wanton Mee
    • Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House
    • Swee Choon Tim Sum
    • Tim Ho Wan
    • Killiney Kopitiam
    • Chin Mee Chin Confectionery (closed on Mondays)
    • Good Morning Nanyang Cafe
    • Ya Kun Kaya Toast

  • What is the best public transport to commute around Singapore?

    Singapore is a developed country and has multiple means of transport for its people. The best and most used ones are-



    MRT (mass rapid transit) system is probably the fastest way to zip around in Singapore. Most of Singapore’s key attractions are within walking distance from any MRT station, thanks to this extensive rail service.



    Taxis are very comfortable and convenient, especially if you want to go to places that are not accessible by the bus or MRT. Cabs in Singapore are metered, but there may be extra charges depending on when, where and which company’s taxi you board.



    Singapore's bus system has an extensive network of well connected routes covering most of the places in Singapore. It is the most economical way to commute for locals as well as tourists.

  • Do I need to have any vaccinations before the trip to Singapore?

    Taking a vaccinations before any trip is a great precaution. As the weather, water, food and other elements are changed, you may feel the need of a doctor. Vaccination may help you travel fit but of course, it is a personal choice. Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Tetanus are some of the vaccinations you may consider to take. Yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over the age of 1 year, within the preceding 6 days, have been in or transited more than 12 hours through the airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

  • What is the local language in Singapore and which are the most commonly used greetings?

    Singapore has four official languages which are English, Malay (Bahasa Melayu), Chinese (Mandarin), and Tamil. You can usually speak English and have a good communication with people who understand the language completely. You may find difficulty in understanding though, as the accent of the locals is different to that of an Indian, British or American.


    Here are some common greetings in Malay which is widely spoken in Singapore-


    Good Morning: Selamat pagi (sounds like "pag-ee")

    Good Afternoon: Selamat tengah hari (sounds like "teen-gah har-ee")

    Good Evening: Selamat Petang (sounds like "puh-tong")

    Good Night: Selamat Malam (sounds like "mah-lahm")


    Here are some common greetings in Chinese which is another widely spoken language in Singapore-


    Hello (General greeting) - n? h?o - informal

    How are you? - n? h?o ma?

    What's your name? - n? guìxìng dàmíng?

    Where are you from? - n? shì cóng n?li lái de?

    Pleased to meet you - w? h?n g?oxìng g?n n? jiànmiàn

  • Which are the best shopping places in Singapore and what are they famous for?

    Did you know that the tiny island nation of Singapore has more malls per square mile than any other country in the world? Which means that although the country appears as a small red dot on the map, it surely is well up there with the best shopping destinations in the world. We have our list of best places to shop in Singapore ready, already!


    • Orchard Road
    • Chinatown Street Market
    • Vivo City
    • Haji Lane
    • The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
    • Little India at Serangoon Road
    • Clarke Quay
    • Mustafa Centre
    • Bugis Street Market
    • Raffles city shopping centre

  • Here are the best tips Thrillophilia has to offer for your trip to Singapore

    Every country has certain survival tricks and so does Singapore. Here are a few piece of tips from Thrillophilia-


    • Try to Avoid the Haze
    • DO NOT look out for Drugs!
    • Obey the laws
    • Remember: Singapore is expensive!
    • Eat, a lot at the hawker stalls…
    • Try the local dishes
    • Be ready for humidity
    • Use public transportation
    • You don’t have to tip!
    • Study thee duty-free regulations

  • What are the best amusement parks in Singapore?

    Having fun in Singapore is really easily, thanks to the number of amusement, thrill parks that are made. These attractions are one stop shop, eat, relax, have fun rides and can be visited with your entire family, group of friends or colleagues. Some of our best picks of amusement parks in Dubai are-


    • G-Max Reverse Bungy
    • Haw Par Villa
    • Legoland
    • NEWater Visitor Centre
    • Sentosa Skyline Luge and Skyride
    • Singapore Flyer
    • Songs of the Sea
    • Universal Studios Singapore
    • Wild Wild Wet Singapore
    • Adventure Cove Waterpark

  • What are the must-have romantic experiences for honeymoon couples in Singapore?

    With so many activities to do and places to see, your itinerary will surely shine if you add romance to it. Singapore is not a very good honeymoon destination but there are many things you can do to make it one and if planning a honeymoon trip to Singapore, Explore now the best packages. 

    Here are some of the most romantic experiences honeymoon couples can have in this island nation of Singapore-


    • Hold hands tight as you take a walk at Gardens by the Bay
    • Get onto a romantic date night on a Singapore cruise
    • Romance at the night safari
    • Enjoy sunset at Singapore flyer
    • Enjoy the laser light show
    • Move away from the world in Fort Canning Hill
    • Visit Kombi Rocks to try something new
    • Dinner date with friendly Orangutans
    • Lift your partner up in the air at sky-high

  • Which are the best places to enjoy the nightlife in Singapore?

    While there is so much to do during the daytime, the night in Singapore in no less. The best nightlife in Singapore is centred around the city centre and here’s how you can make the most of it -


    • Visit Clarke Quay
    • Visit Marina Bay Sands
    • Visit Zouk
    • Get onto the rooftop bars like Altitude and Ku Delta
    • Orchard Road
    • Sentosa Beach Bars
    • Club Street at Chinatown
    • Holland Village
    • Visit Geylang
    • Feel amazed at Gardens by the Bay

  • What are the best free things to do in Singapore?

    It is actually possible to discover Singapore without having to pay any entry charge or cover charges. Some of our favorite freebies here are-


    • Baba House
    • Sound and light show, Gardens by the Bay
    • Sri Mariamman Temple
    • Telok Blangah Hill Park, Southern Ridges
    • The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore art tour
    • Singapore Botanic Gardens
    • Haw Par Villa
    • Bukit Brown Cemetery
    • Singapore Symphony Orchestra
    • East Coast Park
    • Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park
    • St Andrew's Cathedral and the Armenian Church

  • Which are best hiking trails in Singapore?

    Away from the shopping malls and high-tech development of Singapore, take a walk into the glorious arms of nature. Here are few of the best hiking trails for adventure lovers in Singapore that help you learn more about the natural beauty, wildlife and geography here-


    • MacRitchie Reservoir Park
    • The Southern Ridges
    • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
    • Chek Jawa Wetlands
    • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
    • Fort Canning Park
    • Labrador Nature Reserve
    • MacRitchie Treetop Walk
    • Dairy Farm Nature Park
    • Bukit Batok Nature Park
    • Pulau Ubin Puaka Hill

  • What are the best beaches in Singapore?

    if you are a beach lover, the beaches in Singapore will lure you all year around. The best time to be here is from November to early March when the weather is awesome for activities like swimming, adventure sports, and beach games. Singapore’s best beaches can be divided in two broad clusters. First one are the beaches of Sentosa Island and in group two are the east coast beaches. Undoubtedly, both these clusters are pristine. However, beaches of Sentosa are more lively because of its extreme popularity. Here are best of beaches in both regions-


    • Palawan Beach
    • Siloso Beach
    • Tanjong Beach
    • Changi Beach
    • Punggol Beach
    • Kusu Island
    • Lazarus Island
    • Pulau Ubin

  • What are different type of safaris in Singapore?

    Safari rides are always fun. They take you to the habitat of birds and animals let you be a part of their life. They are thrill, adventurous and fun. More often than not we are able to spot different species that are otherwise not seen in our daily lives. So here are some different types of safari rides in Singapore that let you enjoy wildlife differently-


  • What is the cost of Universal Studio? What things can be done there?

    There is no possibility of experiencing movies in the way offered at the new Universal Studios Singapore. The most lovable and fun theme park offers very reasonable rates ranging from $74 for an adult pass, per day to $118 for a two day adult pass. Universal studios Singapore has everything you will want. Right from the best of thrill activities to food, from bring kids friendly to fancy fun-filled entertainment parades; the park has it all. Check out a few rides and things to do below


    • King Julien’s Beach Party-Go-Round in Far Far Away
    • Puss In Boots’ Giant Journey in Far Far Away
    • Enchanted Airways in Far Far Away
    • Dino Soarin’ in The Lost World
    • Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase in New York
    • Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON
    • Revenge of the Mummy [Loose items must be kept in the locker.]
    • Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure
    • Amber Rock Climb
    • Get a shot of the full Battlestar Galactica from across the lake at Madagas
    • Be a part of Hollywood Dreams Parade
    • Visit Lake Hollywood Spectacular
    • Discover Food Court in The Lost World

  • What are some must do water sports in Singapore?

    With great beaches come great watersports. Singapore offer a number of activities for all water babies. A few of them are-


    • Orca Scuba
    • Fishing
    • Snorkelling
    • Free diving
    • Kayaking
    • Sailing
    • Boating
    • Canoeing

  • Which are some best Casinos in Singapore?

    Singapore has some fanciest casinos in the world. But remember to bring your passport to be admitted into the casino and then head to get your club card if you don't have one. This may be the case for first time visitors. Some of the best casinos in Singapore are-


    • Marina Bay Sands Casino
    • Marina Bay Sands
    • Resorts World Sentosa
    • Singapore Pools
    • Singapore Pools Tampines N4 Branch

  • Which pubs are must visit in Singapore?

    A good pub in the town is the heart of every community. It surely brings everybody together for a fun filled night. But when you travel to a new country, selecting the best one can be a task, so here is where you can find these casual pubs in Singapore for the lovely evening with loved ones-


    The Penny Black

    The Yard

    Molly Malones


    The Dob and Bone



    Tipping Club


    No. 5 Emerald Hill

    Bar Stories

    The Pump Room

    The Screening Room

  • What type of cruise and yacht experiences can we have in Singapore?

    A cruise or a yacht ride is always a good idea; especially when you are surrounded by clean blue waters. Cruising and Yacht experiences in Singapore are great and come in a variety. There are different types of cruise like the night cruise, sunset cruise, river cruise etc. Similarly, you can look out for a yacht that suits your preference. You can even hire a private one for your enclosed group to have the perfect get together or party!

  • What is the cost of Singapore Flyer? What’s so special about it?

    The cost of the giant Singapore flyer’s ticket prices are S$33 for an adult ticket and, S$24 for senior citizens above 60 years age. For a child of 3 to 12 years old, the ticket cost is S$21. Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel. The construction of the great Singapore Flyer had taken about 2 and a half years, back in the year 2008. The Flyer has 28 air-conditioned capsules which are mounted outboard of the rim of the wheel structure to provide continuously unobstructed and uninterrupted views to its visitors.

  • What all things can be done in Sentosa Island?

    Sentosa is a beautiful island full of attractions. Every place is full of breathtaking views where tourists are often spotted relaxing. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Singapore and has something to offer everyone. Here are the best things to do in Sentosa Island-


    • Visit the Sea Aquarium
    • Explore the Universal Studios
    • Discover Knolls
    • Be a part of Tanjong Beach Club
    • Fort Siloso
    • Visit Mykonos on the Bay
    • Hangout at Woobar
    • Enjoy live music at Endless Summer

Traveller Tales from Singapore


Anjali Prajapat

22 September 2017

I and my husband beautifully celebrated our wedding anniversary amidst the lively glimpses of the glittering city in March 2017. We were offered a special boat cruise in Sentosa Island and that made us feel so loved to each other. The sunset was so glamourous while we were floating on the water. Palawan Beach on the shore was aligned beautifully with so many restaurants and bars whereas the crescent shaped Tanjong Beach was comparatively lonely and charming. The whole city looked so fresh and clean and that is the highlight about it. We stayed at Rendezvous Hotel and it was well connected to the city. Cruise to Langkawi Island was an esteemed one and also the Penang cruise in a ship was an unforgettable experience with good quality rooms and services. We are really satisfied with the service and thank you guys for making it amazing holiday on such a short notice.


Anjushri Mehrotra

22 September 2017

We went on this honeymoon trip to Singapore in August 2017. This was the first time we went on an organized trip and it turned out to be the best. Very nice arrangements done for our rooms and food. We were transferred to our hotel from the airport and then we went on an Animal Night Safari which was really great. We visited quite a lot of places here. The Sentosa Island was really great. The virtual display of the music, the fountains and the firework show was really great. We also enjoyed the Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour and then enjoyed a Chinese dinner which was really awesome. Our visit to Universal Studio was the best, we enjoyed many of the park rides like Battlestar Galactica and Far Far Away Castle. But the best part came when we went for the Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, it was scary but really awesome. Loved it totally.


Deeptimayee Gupta

22 September 2017

Just came back from our honeymoon from Singapore and can’t wait to share our experience. We had so much fun together and such good arrangements were done for us. We went for the night safari the same day we landed. Our visit to Singapore Flyer was the best highlight of the tour, we saw some of the famous places like Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park and Empress Place. We enjoyed a candlelight dinner at China town and it was soo good. Food was very good and service was excellent. Well for our rooms they have specially decorated them with rose petals and a bottle of champaign. The views of Singapore and Sentosa were amazing. Our visit to the Universal studio was another best highlight. The 4D movie was fun and the cable car ride was great. We went through Thrillophilia and these guys really did some good work. Thanks a lot.


Chandak Mukhopadhyay

22 September 2017

While searching for destination for my honeymoon vacation I landed on this package of Singapore. I was earlier not sure if we want to go Singapore for our honeymoon but after discussing itinerary over phone call from Rishab me my and my wife got convinced that we should go to Singapore for our honeymoon. We got the detail itinerary over mail and from the moment we landed in Singapore to the last day of our trip everything was perfect. Our trip was well planned and we had some of the best time of our lived in Singapore. On this sightseeing tour we saw lot of beautiful places but Singapore Flyer and Universal Studio are must visit. We didn't even realize how these 6 days passed so fast. Singapore will be always special for me and love to visit it again.


Ambar Shukla

22 September 2017

The whole process of booking a Singapore Honeymoon Tour with Thrillophilia was hassle free and their responses were so fast. We both found the nightlife in Singapore dazzling which had a lot of hotels, pubs and glittering skyscrapers looking so vibrant. Also the Tribal Fire Show was amusing. We visited Chinatown, Little India etc for slight shopping and Sentosa Island gave us a lot of wonderful activities like boating, cable car ride and Underwater Museum visit. It was fantastic altogether. The day we had to bid adieu to such a wonderful city was tough. We met a lot of friendly people and there was nothing to worry also.


Anjali Prajapat

22 September 2017

Singapore is a magical city, yes nothing less than magical was there and our honeymoon trip became the favourite days together for us. Being an architecture I liked the houses and the old buildings with a colonial touch mixed with Asian scenario. We stayed in an elegant room with wood furniture for the whole honeymoon and travelled to the attractions by an upgraded private cab. All the places were unique and with so much inclination to its old traditions. It was a good tour to understand a totally different culture and beliefs of people.


Aanandinii Iyer

22 September 2017

Good landscapes, exotic islands, brilliantly structured buildings and artificial attractions, amusing architecture, well-maintained public spaces, luxurious and spacious hotel rooms and yummy, hot food every day. Things related to our honeymoon trip to Singapore were remarkable and we could not feel anything went bad on the whole tour. Congrats to the team for providing us with an all-inclusive itinerary and planning it according to our taste.


Dhanesh Achari

22 September 2017

My birthday was celebrated with a Singapore trip in June 2017 and it was a most memorable trip for me and my wife. We were in Singapore for 6 days and we had gone through some of the best days of our lives. Everything was well planned for us and we had some lovely moments in Singapore. I am looking forward to plan my next trip with you guys. Thanks for making our holiday amazing.


Brijesh Marar

22 September 2017

What a great experience. I loved everything about the place, the nightlife, Sentosa Island and most of all Universal Studio. It was so much fun, but the best highlight was the light show at Gardens by the Bay. It was very beautiful. My wife is a foodie so we tasted from various Chinese restaurants and also enjoyed a candlelight dinner which was specially arranged for us.

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