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South Asia’s first Universal Studios theme Park, the Singapore Universal Studios is a big crowd puller with children and adults alike. The attractions here are spread across 7 separate themed zones, namely Hollywood, New York City, Sci Fi, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. The Park features over 25 different rides and attractions catering to all age groups.

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If you are a nature lover and want to explore it in its truest form then you must visit the Night Safari Singapore. As the name suggests, this place actually lets you enjoy a safari experience during the nighttime, hence adding more thrill to it. This safari park is home to 130 different species of animals and houses more than 2500 animals in total.

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Located just by the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer is Asia's biggest observation wheel. The stunning attraction offers 28-fully air conditioned capsules that take one to heights of over 165 meters off the ground. Not only does the Flyer offer 360 degree views of the city, but on clear days, one might even catch a glimpse of parts of Malaysia from the highest point. The Flyer also offers a fantastic range of special experiences, such as in-capsule dining.

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Singapore’s natural beauty comes to life at this spectacular garden, nestled quite literally by the bay. Spanning across 101 hectares, the three riverfront gardens here offer unique architectural marvels. The Flower Dome at the garden is the world’s largest greenhouse and displays flowering plants from across the world. The Cloud Forest is an artificial tropical forest within an airy dome, while the Supertree Grove is home to around 18 gigantic tree like structures.

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For everyone, the Tiger Sky Tower ride is a really peaceful and enjoyable experience. In order to do so, one must enter a disc-shaped cabinet that will transport them to the building's highest floor, the 36th floor. From there, one may get a good view of the Singapore cityscape as well as the nearby islands. The Sentosa Island Tiger Sky Tower is one of a kind, providing guests with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Everyone should go to the Tiger Sky Tower on Sentosa Island to spend the time of their life in the clouds. The location is distinctive in its own right, and the 7-minute trip can be a lot of fun to share with friends and family.

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Home to 300 different species of Animals, Singapore Zoo is a perfect place to enjoy a day out with your loved ones. This zoo has the world's first free-ranging orangutan habitat. The zoo has a bird park, a river safari area and also hosts night safari sessions for the ones who are interested in some thrill. The zoo is so big that exploring it will take more than 5 to 6 hours in a single go.

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Home to Asia's largest collection of birds, Jurong is every nature lover's paradise. The walk in aviaries at Jurong let one walk through the artificially crafted bird habitats and witness these marvelous creatures flit about. The park houses over 4,000 birds in total, some of which are also kept on identified exhibits. The Bird park also conducts regular bird shows, such as the High Flier and the King of the Skies. There are some retail outlets around the Park, and dining options.

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The only international museum of Ice cream is here in Singapore, offering to fulfill your wildest ice cream cravings and dreams come true. Reminiscing one's childhood in the vibrant pool filled with thousands of sprinkles, or trying the locally-inspired dragon playground filled with fun and excitement. Explore the world of ice cream by sprawling on a pink californian beach.

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The first ever cable way in the country, Singapore Cable Car has been inviting various tourists towards its blissful journey and the beautiful views it offers. This cable car stops at three different stations and offers the exhilarating views of the Harbour Front Skyline of Sentosa. Accommodation 8 people in each cabin, this cable car has a total of 67 cabins, each of which offer a 360 degree view of the surrounding beauty.

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Firmly located at Universal Studios Singapore in Sentosa, Battlestar Galactica is a steel twin roller coaster with two tracks interacting and crossing each other forming many inversions. The Human vs Cylon is a pair of steel, combatting as a roller coaster that is famous all over Singapore for its various thrilling features and pairs of intertwining tracks that go up with a speed of 90km/h for 90 seconds.

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Armenian Church is Singapore’s oldest Christian church and serves as the spiritual home for the Armenian community of the city. The church is well known for its magnificent architecture and is known as the masterpiece of the designer George D. Coleman, an Irish architect. Explore the beautiful exterior of the church along with its Roman Doric columns and pilasters holding Tuscan Doric Porticos.

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Singapore’s natural beauty comes to life at this spectacular garden, nestled quite literally by the bay. Spanning across 101 hectares, the three riverfront gardens here offer unique architectural marvels. The Flower Dome at the garden is the world’s largest greenhouse and displays flowering plants from across the world. The Cloud Forest is an artificial tropical forest within an airy dome, while the Supertree Grove is home to around 18 gigantic tree like structures.

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Singapore’s national icon is the Merlion, a structure with the body of a mermaid with the head with the head of a lion. Mer from Mermaid and Lion makes its name Merlion. If you are excited to see this legendary structure, head towards Merlion Park where this 8.7 meters tall 70-tonne concrete statue stands. The statue portrays the humble beginning of the country and how it started as a fishing based country. 

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If you are looking for a place which lets you enjoy sun, sand and water at the same time then Palawan Beach is the perfect place for you. The beach is famed for being connected to a small island through a suspension bridge, which further makes the whole surrounding area even more beautiful. One can see various photography enthusiasts clicking pictures here and locals taking a tan along the shores.

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Travel back to the time when life began on our planet earth by visiting the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Feel excited as you begin your journey through the 16 distinct tropical zones full of displays of land, animals, plants along with intuitive shows. Start from the prehistoric period by looking awe-struck at the display of dinosaur skeletons and move through various regions to reach the present period flora and fauna displays.

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Home to the diverse culture, heritage and history of Singapore, the Asian Civilisation Museum is the place to be. The museum houses 10 different galleries which can be visited to get a thorough knowledge of different Asian cultures. The museum houses arts, paintings, relics, handicrafts and many other similar items which throw shadows on numerous age-old aspects. 

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The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a location which will let you connect with nature and see it in its purest form. This reserve covers an area of 163 hectares and is a home to the highest hill of Singapore. Famous for enjoying a session of mountain biking, this nature reserve is a perfect spot to spend some time away from the humdrums of the city. 

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Dedicated to the history of Singapore, the museum of Singapore is a place where you will get knowledge about the culture and history of this place. Being the oldest museum in Singapore, the National Museum Singapore houses numerous artefacts and items dating back to 1849. The museum also has a library housing several writings and knowledgeable books.

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If places lying away from the hustle and bustle, loaded with natural beauty fascinate you, then Coney Island is the best place to visit in Singapore for you. The Island is home to a 2 KM long beach where people can be seen resting in solitude. Additionally, people can also indulge in picnics here while having a game of volleyball with their loved ones.

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Singapore Philatelic Museum preserves and records Singapore's postage and stamp history. The museum celebrates everything about Singapore's stamps, from the oldest to the most recent. The family-friendly galleries display philatelic materials that provide a window into a country's significant events, history, heritage, and cultures. This museum is currently under renovation, and is going to be Singapore's first dedicated children's museum.

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Explore the seventh branch of Asia’s seventh wax museum and get clicked with your favourite famous character. This museum is famed for housing life-sized sculptures of famous personalities made out of wax. From Amitabh Bachchan to Shah Rukh Khan and even Madhuri Dixit, you can get your pictures clicked with various famous celebrities.

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Showing off the Indian culture in Singapore, Little India is a small area bustling with shops, cafes and the vibrant culture. From hindu temples to muslim mosques, this area is home to numerous locations which collectively exhibit the diversity of Indian culture. While the place is famous among locals for shopping for Indian goods, Little India is also a perfect place to enjoy the lip-smacking Indian cuisine. 

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Spend a day of fun inside Changi Experience Studio which will take you into the virtual world of Changi Airport. Delight in participating in interactive games and entrancing shows that have been created using aviation and technology. This indoor nature theme park has ten distinct zones like projections, interactive programs, gaming, and gallery displays that will keep you hooked for hours.

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The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a holy and a very pious site among the locals. In addition to the temple, the premises also contain a museum housing numerous artifacts of the past. Inside the temple lies a huge sculpture of Buddha surrounded by several small sculptures which awe many photography enthusiasts.

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Take a stroll inside the UNESCO World Heritage site listed National Orchid Garden, located on the topmost hill of Singapore’s Botanical gardens. Feel charmed looking at more than 2000 varieties of beautiful displays of flowers, hybrids and species in its four separate zones spread over 8 acres. Learn more about the different species of plants in the garden as you wander around.

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Delight your kids by taking them to Tayo Station, the largest indoor playground of Singapore, spanning over 10,000 square feet. Reach the place which has been themed around Tayo the Little Bus which is an animated series from South Korea. Let your children be thrilled as they check out various rides and attractions such as Poco’s Hinoki Play, Tayo’s Road Circuit, Gani’s Playground and more. 

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The Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool is a rooftop pool along the ledge from where one can enjoy some of the most beautiful views of the sunset and Singapore skyline while having a peaceful dip in the water. This infinity pool is open for all and can be enjoyed whenever you wish. To make the experience even more enjoyable, one can also enjoy a party here with their loved ones.

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True to its name, the Mega Adventure Park Sentosa is an adventure arena loaded with activities and thrilling adventures for the daring ones. From ziplining to rock climbing, this place has numerous adrenaline rushing activities which can be enjoyed by almost anyone. The fact that all the activities here are carried out in a safe space has made visiting here even more fun.

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Home to 300 different species of Animals, Singapore Zoo is a perfect place to enjoy a day out with your loved ones. This zoo has the world's first free-ranging orangutan habitat. The zoo has a bird park, a river safari area and also hosts night safari sessions for the ones who are interested in some thrill. The zoo is so big that exploring it will take more than 5 to 6 hours in a single go.

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South Asia’s first Universal Studios theme Park, the Singapore Universal Studios is a big crowd puller with children and adults alike. The attractions here are spread across 7 separate themed zones, namely Hollywood, New York City, Sci Fi, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar. The Park features over 25 different rides and attractions catering to all age groups.

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Catch an award-winning outdoor night show, The Wings of Time, where the display of water of the South China Sea along with laser, fire and music has been used to create a beautiful love story displayed on the huge water screen. Be fascinated as you watch the story of Shahbaz, a prehistoric bird, unfold before you. Get engrossed in his adventures of travelling along with mystical landscapes with his friends Rachel and Felix.

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East Coast Park is one of Singapore's most cherished family destinations. With the motto Recreation for All, the park has some activity for everyone. While picnics by the Casuarina groves can be a splendid way to start one's morning here, one can also head over to the pool area for a quick splash and frolic. Those looking to get a little sporty can try out any of the fun activities offered here, such as volleyball, skating, cycling and much more.

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Feel thrilled travelling back to the Jurassic age by visiting Changi Jurassic Mile, an outdoor installation of live size dinosaurs. Walk on the 1 km path and feel thrilled to watch 20 prehistoric dinosaurs and other creatures from that age posing on both sides. You can also opt to take a cycle ride instead through this pathway. The experience will be especially exciting for children who would feel as if they are in a live-action Jurrasic Park.

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Bounce Singapore is one of those recreational centres where one can enjoy a fun day with their loved ones. The arena consists of numerous trampolines joined together with structures onto which people can stay hopping and have fun. Some of the major attractions of this arena include jump arena, dunking nets, climbing wall and dodgeball battlefield. 

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Your Singapore trip would not be complete without visiting the exotic Kusu Island which is also one of the best places to visit in Singapore. Kusu Island is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore, situated around 5.6 kilometers toward the south of the principle island of Singapore.

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If you are looking for a leisure destination in Singapore which lies away from the hustle and bustle then Lazarus Island is for you. The Island consists of several scenic beaches famed for their green waters where locals as well as tourists can be seen swimming. The island does not have many food stalls, hence can become a nice destination for a family picnic.

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Nestled just off Singapore's northern coast, the little island of Pulau Ubin is where nature and history coalesce together into one. Home to former granite quarries, the island offers a window into the country's past. Most travellers come to the island for its natural bounty and are not disappointed. Pulau Ubin's Chek Jawa Wetlands is the largest wetland system in Singapore, and is home to a fantastic range of wildlife and tropical landscapes.

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Nestled in the Downtown East neighborhood, Wild Wild Wet is Singapore’s largest and most inclusive water park. A host of complex slide playgrounds, lazy pools and family attractions make the park so popular with visitors across all ages. Wild Wild Wet features an outdoor spa and jacuzzi as well. The park’s children’s training school, the Happy Fish Swim School, is designed to initiate very young children into their first steps in water.

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Indulge in some snow activity inside the gigantic snow chamber of Snow City Singapore. Spread across 3,000 sq. ft, the place will delight you with its fun activities such as the Winter Shooting Arena, Snow Field, Arctic Snow Playground, Traditional Inuit’s Home @ the Mezzanine, Indoor Boulder, The Cliff and Drift on Ice. The Inuit’s igloo themed Snow Playground is ideal for an enjoyable family outing.

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A one stop destination for all the fun, the Adventure Cove Waterpark is home to numerous pools, rides and slides which will surely fascinate your loved ones. Being an aquatic themed zone, this waterpark is home to numerous aquatic animals which can be seen floating in its pools and tanks.

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Built across 70,000 sq. ft. beachfront, Wave House Sentosa offers exhilarating relaxation and entertainment. Without requiring oceanic swells, Wave House Sentosa homes to a special wave machine which pumps water from a trampoline surface. Asia’s largest artificial wave generating zone, Book Wave House Sentosa Tickets to enjoy the challenging rides for adventure enthusiasts.

Located within the frontiers of Sentosa Island, Wave House Sentosa offers unlimited fun through its adrenaline activities such as Double FlowRider and FlowBarrel. 10-feet high rising waves combines and blends different elements of skateboarding, surfing, wakeboarding, and snowboarding. Although first hour session might require you to put all your skills into use, by the end of it, you will be in a position to establish your proficiency over it. Claimed as the ultimate beaches destination in Singapore, people love to play and enjoy the fun-filled rides and attractions according to their difficulty level. 

Wave House Sentosa homes to two music and beach bars where you can dance to the tune of in-house DJs. Wave House Sentosa Beach Restaurant and Bar is a place for all the food aficionados where you can enjoy some mouth-watering Californian and Asian cuisines. Wave House Sentosa Beach Bar offers both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Margarita, Singapore Sling are chilled beverages adored by most tourists visiting here. For those who are in search of some sizzling hot non-veg menu, head towards the DIY BBQ for a sumptuous BBQ meal. Try their marinated meat and cutlery, as they are master chef’s for it. 

After you are done with your enjoyment, do not forget to spend some time in shopping memorabilia of Wave House Sentosa. A 2000 sq. ft. stretched Billabong Surf Shop is a shopper’s paradise in Singapore which sells dresses and other apparel for beach, sun and sand activities. Right from swimsuits to rashguards to sunglasses, you will find everything here.

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Kidzania Singapore, an interactive theme park in Singapore built exclusively for children combines fun, learning, and inspiration through realistic role-play. Kids can explore a scaled indoor city with more than 100 exciting dream careers. It is the first of its kind to find its place on an island in Sentosa, Singapore an island city-state. This interactive indoor entertainment park built with the purpose where fun and learning go hand in hand for children aged between 3-17 years of age. Kidzania has made its premises so robust and child-centric that the 81,000sq ft area can be explored by the Children's adequately and can provide them pure fun and frolic as there are several Activities for kids in Singapore

A day spent at Kidzania makes a child aware of several careers, job roles and the concept of managing money. Kidzania Singapore has 47 plus activities in line for the children to explore, learn and have fun. It also houses a life-size full wing-fuselage of Boeing 307. Certain role plays like that of a pilot, firefighter, construction engineer, dentist, Chef and car designer are extremely popular amongst children. Kidzania runs on Kidoz, which is the currency used at Kidzania.

Children can spend the currency in participating in different activities, shop merchandize from the different retail outlets available inhouse, save or even earn more currency if they are successful in accomplishing a task. Kidzania is an equal opportunity giver, thus it emphasizes providing fun and entertainment to specially-abled children too. The premise is wheelchair friendly, children with hearing and visual impairment too can participate in the activities. Kidzania has a dedicated Early years arena.

An adult can accompany the child inside the premise to help the child explore most of the activities. Kidzania is well equipped with safety measures, CCTV cameras, washrooms and lockers for a smooth and uninterrupted entertainment at the city for kids.

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Airzone is a suspended play area filled with ball pits in a six-storey mall. Covering the atrium of the mall, the nets here cover from level 2 to level 6 and the levels are connected by slides to reach from one point to another. This open play area has various activities for you to enjoy, hence visiting here is truly worth it. 

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If you are a lover of 4D movies with interactive characteristics then the Sentosa 4D Adventureland, Singapore is the perfect place for you. The place hosts numerous spine-chilling rides as well as showcases various similar-themed movies which have made it a hot buzz among the locals as well as the tourists.

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Located on Sentosa Island, Siloso is one of the three beaches where one can enjoy the best of everything. Combining sun, sand and water, this scenic beach is perfect for all your entertaining needs starting from water sports to beach volleyball. Additionally, the beach also has several food carts and small shacks from where you can enjoy some tasty snacks.

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Home to Asia's largest collection of birds, Jurong is every nature lover's paradise. The walk in aviaries at Jurong let one walk through the artificially crafted bird habitats and witness these marvelous creatures flit about. The park houses over 4,000 birds in total, some of which are also kept on identified exhibits. The Bird park also conducts regular bird shows, such as the High Flier and the King of the Skies. There are some retail outlets around the Park, and dining options.

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Nerf Action Xperience is a fun play zone and gaming area which is divided into several zones which reflect the thrill and essence of many different and amusing games. From Camp Dune to Zombie City, this place offers many adventure options for your little ones. A day here will surely be filled with so much excitement while indulging in several challenging activities.

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The River Wonders Singapore is one of the first ever timer themed amusement parks where numerous people can be seen having fun. The park is a home to numerous rare species of plants, animals and reptiles originating from the forest of Amazon, Nile, Mississippi and Yangtze. The place holds various safari tours in which people can be seen having fun with their loved ones.

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Your little ones will be thrilled to visit Pororo Park Singapore, an indoor playground that is the very first one in Singapore. Visit a well-known park, based on the theme of the animated South Korean Series, “Pororo the Little Penguin”, with the kids and watch them feel delighted interacting with life-sized characters of the series. Kids up to the age of 12 years will love to ride the number of rides such as Pororo Express and participate in various activities.

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The first ever cable way in the country, Singapore Cable Car has been inviting various tourists towards its blissful journey and the beautiful views it offers. This cable car stops at three different stations and offers the exhilarating views of the Harbour Front Skyline of Sentosa. Accommodation 8 people in each cabin, this cable car has a total of 67 cabins, each of which offer a 360 degree view of the surrounding beauty.

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I had booked my Universal studio Singapore tickets from Thrillophilia and I must say I got the best deal.After purchasing they would send a mail to fill the details of travellers. It was very organised and we need to take the printout or mail of the tickets they send to the Universal studio..For my future trips I would definitely go with thrillophilia..
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30 December 2019
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Wonderful & thrilling experience. Must to do is transformer ride. Mummy is like deep space in Imagica, if you have guts to do it...then only go for it.
Really loved the place, too clean and well maintained. They have around 100+ huge aquariums and have thousands of species. Really love the place.
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We visited Singapore and Malaysia from Bangalore. It was fun and exciting knowing their culture. We also visited many tourist attractions. Looking forward for more.
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