25 Restaurants With a View in Singapore For A Lavish Dine- In!
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Singapore Restaurants With a View

VUE, LeVeL 33, Zafferano, 1-Atico, CÉ LA VI, LAVO, Spago by Wolfgang Puck, Stellar at 1-Altitude, Kinki Restaurant and Bar, Dusk Restaurant & Bar, Panamericana, Caffe Fernet, Super Loco Customs House, Si Chuan Dou Hua, Skai, Jaan By Kirk Westaway and more.

Restaurants with a view in Singapore are sure to provide you and your loved ones with blissful moments amidst the chic and modern upmarket vibe. Come over here to enjoy the magnificent scenery while sampling cuisines from all across the world. While Vue gives you a chance to overlook the magnificent view of the Civic District from the 19th floor while serving Japanese specialities, Level 33 lets you take a glimpse of the bird’s eye perspective of Marina Bay and Metropolitan skyline.

There are some well known restaurants with a view in Singapore who are giants in the culinary scene. Heading over to Zafferano, you will get to enjoy a warm Italian Hospitality and at the same time 1-Atico presents you with its multi concept rooftop dining serving delicious Argentinian dishes. Head over to these beautiful restaurants with your loved ones and not only savour mouth watering cuisines but get a wholesome view of the skyline. 
If you're planning a trip to Singapore, make sure to include these dining destinations in your Singapore package to fully experience the culinary delights and breathtaking views the city has to offer.

Here is the best restaurants with a view in Singapore: 

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The literal French word for 'view' is 'Vue.' From the 19th floor of OUE Bayfront, this Restaurant with a view in Singapore offers magnificent views of the Civic District, as its name suggests.

Vue, Singapore's first rooftop spritz bar, serves binchotan-grilled charcoal-grilled Japanese specialties that combine Eastern and Western flavours, as well as a large range of premium drinks.

Location: OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay Rooftop Level 19, Singapore 049321

Timings: 12 pm –10:30 pm

What to Eat: A5 Emperor "Kokuou" Black Wagyu, Crispy Scale-On Red Tilefish, Cheese Platter, Ceviche

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LeVeL 33

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The world's tallest microbrewery, this Restaurant with a view in Singapore concept offers visitors a spectacular bird's-eye perspective of Marina Bay and the metropolitan skyline.

This rooftop apartment of the Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) takes pride in the craftsmanship of resident Brewmaster Gabriel Garcia's freshly prepared brews.Their cuisine expertly incorporates components of beer brewing into the food, giving each dish a distinct flavour and texture.

Location:  8 Marina Blvd, #33 - 01, Singapore 018981

Timings: 11:30 am–10:30 pm

What to Eat: Wagyu Beef Tri-Tip, Spent Grain Pasta, Layered Honey Cake



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SKAI is located on the 70th level of the Swissôtel The Stamford, one of the best Restaurants with a view in Singapore. The restaurant's basic yet welcoming design brilliantly highlights and draws attention to the beautiful metropolitan skyline backdrop.

Executive chef and skilled butcher Paul Hallett leads the restaurant, which focuses on customised and modern contemporary grill options gently laced with Japanese flavours.

Location: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882

What to Eat: Seared Foie Gras, Crab Cake, Tenderloin Oscar, Tomahawk, Baked Cheesecake

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Ce La Vi, located on the 57th floor of Singapore's famed Marina Bay Sands Skypark, offers unobstructed views of the cityscape.

This Restaurant with a view in Singapore is all about pursuing life's joys by treating visitors to sensual dining experiences that include excellent contemporary Asian cuisine, creative cocktails, and breathtaking sky-high views.

Location: 1 Bayfront Avenue Marina Bay Sands, Hotel, Tower 3, Singapore 018971

Timings: 4 PM – 10:30 pm


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LAVO, located on the 57th level of Marina Bay Sands, is known for its hearty Italian-American cuisine and spectacular 180-degree views of the city.

Despite the elegant lounge and traditional food, this Restaurant with a view in Singapore has a theatrical flair, as seen by the thrilling music performed from the DJ booth in the restaurant's centre.

Location: 10 Bayfront Ave, Tower 1, Level 57, Singapore 018956

Timings: 11 am – 12 am

What to Eat: Chicken Parmigiano, Meatball Brick Oven Pizza, Pistachio Iberico Pork Chop, 20-Layer Chocolate Cake

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Spago by Wolfgang Puck

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The third restaurant on the top of Marina Bay Sands is Spago. Spago, like the other two surrounding eateries, has a stunning perspective of the city skyline.

The original restaurant is based in Beverly Hills, and this Restaurant with a view in Singapore version delivers Californian cuisine with a dash of cosmopolitan flair.

Location: 10 Bayfront Avenue L57, Sands SkyPark, Hotel, Tower 2, Singapore 018956

Timings: 12 – 2:30 pm, 6 – 10 pm

What to Eat: Kaluga Queen Caviar, Hamachi Tiradito, Pan Roasted Maple Leaf Duck Breast

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Stellar at 1-Altitude

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Stellar at 1-Altitude, one of the best Restaurants with a view in Singapore, is located on the 62nd floor of 1-Altitude. The restaurant, of course, offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city, which is enhanced by the restaurant's high ceiling.

The quality of their indigenous Australian cuisine matches the scenery, making this restaurant's entire experience really unforgettable.

Location: Level 62, 1 Raffles Pl, #B1 - 12, Singapore 048616

Timings: 12 – 3 pm, 6 – 11 pm

What to Eat: A Cow In The Woods, Dessert Art A La Carte Dinner Menu: Smoked eel with Charred asparagus, Seared scallops with Sweet potatoes and Endive, Australian rump cap with Broccolini & Red wine glaze

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Kinki Restaurant and Bar

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Kinki Restaurant & Bar is a unique Restaurant with a view in Singapore. This urban eatery delivers a combination of traditional and modern Japanese meals, as well as an unique cocktail menu with influences from both east and west.

Sip your tipples while admiring the bar's sick new graffiti made by local street artist Antz. Alternatively, descend to the restaurant level to see Sean Dunston's beautiful art murals.

Location: 70, #02-02 Collyer Quay, Customs House, Singapore 049323

Timings: 12 – 3 pm, 6 – 10:30 pm

What to Eat: Golden Age, Cowabunga, High Roller Wagyu Don, Unagi Claypot, Crusty Lamb Rack, Crispy Ume Kurobuta, Kickass Chrashi Don, Ohmi Wagyu Houba Yaki, Wagyu Garlic Teppanyaki, Pomegranate Miso Black Cod
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Super Loco Customs House

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Super Loco,a restaurant with a view in Singapore at the renowned Customs House, is a dynamic spot that provides authentic Mexican food and cocktails with a twist while overlooking Marina Bay's spectacular bayfront panorama.

True Mexican cuisine fans will not be disappointed by the experience here, thanks to their high-quality ingredients and enthusiastic service.

Location: 70 Collyer Quay, 01-04 Customs House, Singapore 049323

Timings: 11:30 am–10:30 pm

What to Eat: Cauliflower Aguachile, Tuna Tostadas, Wagyu Steak and Octopus Tacos, Beef Quesadilla, Lamb Barbacoa, Angus Rib Eye Steak and Churros

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Panamericana is a Restaurant with a view in Singapore for anyone who wants an unrestricted view of the enchanting sea. It is located on the best place on Singapore's finest golf course, Sentosa Golf Club.

This restaurant serves cuisines from 14 different nations in North, Central, and South America, as well as having a fully stocked bar, making it a favourite gathering spot for family and friends.

Location: 27 Bukit Manis Rd, Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore 099892

Timings: 12 PM –10:30 PM

What to Eat: Pacific Land & Sea. Crispy Pork Belly, Scallops, Chipotle Caramel, Jicama Salsa,  Colombian Chicken. Whole, Grilled, Chilli Glaze

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Caffe Fernet

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Caffe Fernet is the ideal Restaurant with a view in Singapore for a relaxing hangout or a romantic dinner date, with unobstructed views of Marina Bay Sands from the bottom floor of the Customs House.

This restaurant offers a unique twist on Italian cuisine and beverages, upgrading traditional comfort foods with unusual ingredients.

Location: 70 Collyer Quay, 01-05 Customs House, Singapore 049323

Timings: 12 PM –10:30 PM


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Lnatern Bar

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Named after Clifford Pier’s historic Chinese name, ‘Red Lantern Pier’, the Lantern offers its visitors an amazing Marina Bay view. This rooftop bar is famous for its delectable quick bites, offering Signature Singaporean dishes along with some famous French gourmet classics.

Explore their vast and exquisite bar menu as you calm your nerves through pleasant wind. Interiored with earthy brown furniture layered with blue lights, this place offers a modern and cozy atmosphere for its guests. Explore the city skyline and relax to the beats of your favorite music, setting the divine mood and enjoy the infinite loop pool seating area.

Location: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326

Timings: 5pm-10.30pm (Monday-Sunday)

What to eat: smoked ducked burrito, 24-hour Slow-braised Angus Beef Cheek , Lantern Truffle Fries

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Artemis Grill & Sky Bar

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The Mediterranean cuisine served at this Restaurant with a view in Singapore is as impressive as the panoramic view. The ingredients are fresh and seasonal, the seafood and grilled meats are delicious, and the dessert menu includes everything from sweet treats to artisanal cheese.

But don't forget about the vegan menu, which features meals so delicious that you won't miss the meat. If you're just stopping by for a drink, know that the breezy outside terrace overlooks the Marina Bay skyline.

Location: 138 Market St, #40-01 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946

Timings: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm – 10 pm

What to Eat: Périgord Truffle Arancini, Hamachi Tartare, Hazelnut Rice Pudding, Root Vegetable Bolognese

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Skai is a rooftop restaurant in Singapore that is on the 70th floor of the Swissotel  Stamford hotel. Heading over to this place, you will be able to capture a panoramic view of the city from the 70th floor as well as enjoy the stunning sunset while enjoying your food.

It is a contemporary grill restaurant  and has a tasteful wine collection and drinks aged as old as Australia’s colonial era.  You can settle down on the high bar stools for a fun gossip evening with your friends  or get cozy at one of the many sofas with your partner for a perfect romantic time.

Location: 2 Stamford Road, Swissotel the Stamford Singapore 178882

Timing: Sunday – Friday- 11:30 am-2:30 pm (lunch), Monday to Sunday – 6 pm-11:30  pm (dinner), Saturday brunch – 11:30 am- 2:30 pm

What to eat: portobello, yellowfin tuna, saga wagyu tenderloin, heirloom tomatoes

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Jaan By Kirk Westaway

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The second restaurant of Swissôtel The Stamford is JAAN, which is located on the 70th level, is one of the best Restaurants with a view in Singapore. Executive Chef Kirk Westaway oversees this two-star Michelin restaurant, which aims to rethink and modernise British gastronomy via simple, inventive recipes.

JAAN gives an intimate, refined dining experience with their quality food and lovely city setting, with only 40 seats in the restaurant.

Location: 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882

Timings: 11:45 AM –2:30 PM, 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM

What to Eat: Hens Egg, Cornish Sea Bass, Scottish Lobster, Conference Pear

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Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge

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The Ocean Financial Centre's upmarket Italian Restaurant with a view in Singapore makes the most of its panoramic views. It has a lovely dining area with stylish decor and custom-made furnishings, which we adore.

Zafferano is all about luxury experiences, with two open kitchens, a circular bar in the centre of the space, a wine lounge, and private sections. To put it another way, it's designed to impress. Head to the terrace lounge for sunset beverages and light snacks for a spectacular view of Marina Bay.

Location: 10 Collyer Quay, Level 43 Ocean Financial Centre, Singapore 049315

Timings: 12 pm – 3 pm, 6 pm – 11 pm

What to Eat: Charcoal Grilled Langoustine, Pan-seared ‘hokkaido’ Scallops, Spaghetti Razor Clams, Tagliolini Alaska King Crab, Silver Cod With Canadian Lobster And Green Asparagus

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Braci Singapore

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Braci is an exquisite Italian restaurant, serving at the perch of an endearing heritage shophouse, offering a romantic view of Singapore river. Offering a delicious menu crafted by Michelin star Chef Beppe De Vito, the place serves progressive Italian dishes complimented by their classic cocktails mixed with modern techniques.

Interiored with comfortable furniture, this place offers a live center counter preparing your favorite dishes. With a terrace overlooking the river view, this place offers a peaceful and lively atmosphere.

Location: 52 Boat Quay, #05-01/ #06-01, Singapore 049841

Timings: 6pm-10.30pm (dinner- Monday-Saturday)
                12pm-2pm (lunch- Tuesday-Saturday)

What to eat: Foie gras semifreddo: kumquats and fig vincotto, Spaghettone Khorasan, Smoked Venison

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Lighthouse Bistro

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Lighthouse Bistro glows brilliantly in a small nook along Jellicoe Road, influenced by their rich maritime past. It has offered a pleasant and relaxing environment for the locals and tourists alike, specially for the members of the Singapore Maritime Officers’ Union from 2003.

Lighthouse Bistro is the place to go if you really want to eat insanely delicious seafood in a pleasant setting.

Location: 75 Jellicoe Rd, #01-00 Wavelink Holdings Pte Ltd, Singapore 208738

Timings: 12 pm –10:30 pm

What to Eat: Norwegian Salmon Bath, Milked-Battered Calamari, Maine Lobster Tail, Fishermen’s Board, Darling Downs Wagyu, Fishermen’s Angel Hair, Mary’s Butter Cake, Honey Charred Chicken

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The Cliff

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The Cliff reinvents typical Italian cuisine by continuous efforts and a beautiful aesthetic. The Cliff serves Cali-Italian cuisine with fresh ingredients, genuine flavors and a laid back atmosphere, all while overlooking verdant scenery.

The Cliff offers a diverse menu of handcrafted pizzas, pastas and other Italian classics, all expertly complemented with the finest selection of wines. Anticipate an upgraded experience at The Cliff, with superb Italian dishes prepared traditionally but with contemporary additions.

Location: 2 Bukit Manis Rd, Sentosa, Singapore 099891

Timings: 12 pm –10 pm

What to Eat: Selections of Pizzas: Tonno Picante, Fruitti Di Mare, Sunrise, Diavola, Hawaiian, Pancetta Cacio E Pepe

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Mount Faber Peak

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Get out of the boring conference halls and up to unimaginable heights with your gatherings and conferences at Mount Faber Peak, in which the lively rooms are indeed a refreshing change as well as the sights are breathtaking.

Singapore’s only top hill venue, offering a beautiful vistas of the bay, Sentosa, and the cityscape. It is an ideal location for corporate parties, weddings and celebrations, featuring two event rooms with a view as well as two restaurants.

What to Eat: Phad Woon Sen, Khao Phad Pataya, Tom Yum Talay, Phad Prik Khing Tua Khiy Kem

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The Clifford Pier

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Glocal is the local cuisine served at the Chifford Pier. This breathtaking beautiful lobby, which hums with 5 star service. The bubbly style of the enormous dining hall does not clash with the cosy meals.

It pays homage to the Bay’s entrepreneurial currents’ long history by displaying the finest of Old Singapore’s offerings, both then and now.

Location: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326

Timings: Sat-Sun: 10:30am-12:30pm (1st Seating), 1:30-3:30pm (2nd Seating)

What to Eat: Laksa, Soup Kambing, The Pier's Lobster Roll, Heritage Bites and Wagyu Rendang.

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665 Degrees Fahrenheit

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The resort’s luxury restaurant, 665 degrees F, is located on Level 38 of Andaz Singapore and offers spectacular scenery of the Singapore cityscape as well as a rich beautiful traditional Savile-Row tailor shops.

665 degree F is an intimate fine dining restaurant emphasizing in exquisite premier steaks and ethical seafood, nicknamed only after heat of the Pira oven and grill, which stands in the center of a demonstration kitchen.

Location: 5 Fraser St, Level 38, Andaz 189354

Timings: 6 pm –10:30 pm

What to Eat: Wagyu Beef Salad, Grilled King Crab Leg, Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, Rangers Valley Beef Tomahawk, A4 Kagoshima Wagyu Striploin, Apple Wood Smoked Wagyu Brisket, Lamb Chop with Harissa Marinade

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Dusk Restaurant & Bar

The Dusk Restaurant with a view in Singapore on the scenic Faber Peak can pique your attention if you're seeking for a different kind of sky-high perspective.

Dusk Restaurant & Bar is a fantastic place for views of Harbourfront and Sentosa Island, especially during sunset hours, as it is located 100 metres above sea level and surrounded by lush flora.

This restaurant offers al fresco eating and specialises in European tapas and beverages, making it ideal for a casual romantic evening.

Location: Faber Peak Singapore, Level 2, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203

Timings: 4 PM – 11 PM

What to Eat: Dusk Signature Prawn Capellini, Cote de Boeuf, French-Cut Rack of Lamb, Seared Duck Confit, Sous Vide Beef Cheek, Forest Mushrooms, Hokkaido Scallops, Fremantle Octopus, Guinness Chocolate Cake, Classic Baked Alaska

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Si Chuan Dou Hua

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Si Chuan Dou Hua, which originally opened in 1996, is well known among Chinese Restaurants with a view in Singapore. With a menu that spans more than 30 pages, this restaurant serves a wide range of genuine Sichuan and Chinese cuisine.

Despite this, quality is not sacrificed and each meal features complex favors that will tickle your taste buds.

Location: 80 Raffles Place #60-01, 1 UOB Plaza, Singapore 048624

Timings: 11:30am–10pm

What to Eat: Braised Seafood Treasures with Sliced Abalone, Sliced Beef and Tripe in Chilli Sauce, Marinated Mushrooms in Onion Oil, Minced Meat Dumpling, Braised Sea Cucumber in Sichuan Bean Paste, Boiled Sliced Fish in Sichuan Pepper Sauce, Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles.

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Located in One Raffles Place, one of the best hotel chains in Asia, this cafe cum restaurant is spread over three floors, with the top most floor offering a rooftop area. Additionally, the open area ehre ensures that you catch some of the brilliant views of the surrounding skyline.

While the restaurant is famous for its cocktails and mocktail varieties, one can also indulge in multi-cuisine a-la-carte dining here. The restaurant also offers people a chance to host private parties on its rooftop, hence making itself the perfect place to visit for family functions or small ceremonies.

Location: 1 Raffles Pl, Singapore 048616

Timings: 5:30 am to 10:30 pm

What to Eat: Charcoal Grilled Langoustine, Pan-seared ‘hokkaido’ Scallops, Spaghetti Razor Clams, Tagliolini Alaska King Crab, Silver Cod With Canadian Lobster And Green Asparagus

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best rooftop restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Sky Lido: This trendy bar and bistro atop Concorde Shopping Centre is located at Outram Park. We like how it offers a respite from the nighttime bustle of the city streets. The performance is run by executive chef Gabriel Cher, who delivers a modern take on bistro classics. Enjoy them while taking in the views of River Valley and Robertson Quay. Finish the evening with a freshly shaken cocktail under the stars.

    2. Mr Stork: Mr Stork, perched on the 39th level of the Andaz Singapore, offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the city, and hence is one the best Restaurants with a view in Singapore. When you arrive just before the golden hour to capture the sunset, it will add a touch of magic to your experience. In one of the ten teepee tents offered, catch up with pals while sipping on energising tipples inspired by the bar's garden surroundings.

    3. 1-Atico: 1-Atico is a one-of-a-kind combination of a restaurant, bar, and lounge all housed under one roof. The rooftop dining, bar, and grill is located atop Singapore's famed retail mall, Ion Orchard, and offers world-class service and immersive entertainment experiences. Flnt Bar, 1-Atico's Japanese-Peruvian gastrobar, serves cocktails, and Fire Restaurant serves traditional Argentinian food. Have afternoon tea in the sumptuous environment of Atico Lounge if you're seeking for a little extra pampering.

    4. Fry Rooftop Bistro & Bar: Looking for a warm and inviting spot to unwind? This tiny watering spot, located in the centre of Club Street, promises delicious cuisine and drinks, as well as a spectacular perspective of the city skyline. After a long day at work, unwind here with a drink in hand and savour delectable tapas and western cuisine with a twist in this Restaurant with a view in Singapore.

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  2. Which are the best waterfront restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Monti @ 1-Pavillion: Monti @ 1-Pavillion is a Restaurant with a view in Singapore that sits above a river bed, projecting out somewhat from the road. It serves classic Italian fare like Pistachio Crusted Veal Loin and Ricotta Ravioli, all while providing a breathtaking view of the river. They also feature a rooftop bar where guests may relax and enjoy the scenery while sipping a glass of wine or beverage.

    2. PS Cafe By The Sea: Fans of this popular brunch Restaurant with a view in Singapore known for its truffle fries and indulgent cakes may now visit a new location, which is the restaurant's first in the East. At East Coast Park, only steps from the beach (ideal for a post-meal promenade), try fresh seafood specialties like crab laksa and calamari stew while admiring the beautiful view of the beach and horizon.

    3. Prive @ ACM: This charming casual dining venue, only steps from the Singapore River, is a perfect way to round off your Civic District museum visit. Grab an outdoor table and enjoy Prive's signature comfort meals, such as pastas and burgers, as well as Asian-style delicacies like Seafood Laksa, before finishing on a sweet note with their choice of delectable cakes.

    4. Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House: Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House, located on Quayside Isle in Sentosa Cove, is a restaurant that serves delicious Chinese cuisine. Try their famous Chilli Pomelo Crab, which uses chopped herbs and spices instead of ketchup to make the traditionally ketchup-based gravy. Crispy Fried Marble Goby Fish, served with your choice of excellent soya sauce or pickled chilli sauce, is also a must-try.

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  3. Which are the best Korean restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Big Mama Korean Food: Big Mama, a former math and science teacher, came up with the concept for the eatery. She decided to put her Korean cooking skills to good use by serving Korean students in Singapore. She has indeed been successful in recruiting customers from many backgrounds.

    2. Todamgol Korean Traditional Restaurant: Those who have run the famed Kko Kko Nara restaurant since 2008 consider Todamgol to be a successful move. This new highlight in Tanjong Pagar serves Korean BBQ as well as traditional Korean dishes like bibimbap, pancakes, and japchae. While the evening menu is a bit pricey, the lunch menu is fairly reasonable. For S$12, diners may get a delectable lunch entrée.

    3. Jang Won Korean Restaurant: Jang Won is one of Chinatown's greatest Korean eateries. This restaurant, run by a Korean family and frequented by not just Korean diners but also Japanese and locals, is a gem for anyone seeking a taste of Korean cuisine in a less congested setting.

    4. Wang Dae Bak Korean Bbq Restaurant: One of Singapore's most well-known Korean BBQ restaurants is Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ Restaurant. The restaurant specialises in offering high-quality BBQ food at reasonable prices, as its name suggests. Aside from that, there's a good assortment of Korean staples like pancakes.

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  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The months of December through June are the finest for visiting Singapore. The dry season in Singapore runs from February to April, and this is when the country experiences the least amount of rain, the lowest humidity, and the best sunshine, allowing you to visit some of the country's most popular tourist attractions as well as participate in a variety of activities.

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  5. What to buy in Singapore?

    1. Miniature Merlion Souvenirs
    2. Orchid Perfumes
    3. Asian Artefacts
    4. Bak-Kwa (BBQ Meat)
    5. Ya-Kun Kaya Spread (Coconut Jam)
    6. Singapore Pressed Pennies
    7. Tiger Balm Products
    8. Laksa Paste
    9. Gold Plated Orchid
    10. Singapore Sling

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"wonderfull experience at universal studios. opens at 10 am to 5 pm. tickets received from thrillophilia were for direct entry to Universal studios. no problems at all. also the lowest prices at thrillophilia."
30 December 2019
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.
25 November 2019
Really loved the place, too clean and well maintained. They have around 100+ huge aquariums and have thousands of species. Really love the place.
Great experience.
"We checked a lot of sites for booking of universal studios tickets but we got the best deal on Thrillophilia. We had booked the tickets 10 days prior to reaching singapore and we received the email from the thrillophilia team within 24 hours.Our entry in the universal studios was hassle free and it is very clearly mentioned as in where to scan the tickets. So if you're booking the attractions on your own for Singapore, without a doubt you can go for thrillophilia as per my experience."
I booked a cruise tour to Singapore. I went there with my friends to experience something exceptional for our vacation. We had very few days in our hands to strategize our trip and to maximise the trip in best way possible, so it was best to go with thrillophilia. Looking for more.
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.
We booked our tour from Delhi to Singapore to Malaysia. I must say it was a different experience as we covered two different foreign lands in a single trip. It was very captivating for us to know two different cultures and traditions. It was a complete family trip as a whole.

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