Gardens by the Bay/Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Visit Singapore’s awe inspiring 101 hectares garden, high tech Supertrees and whimsical sculptures right smack in the city consisting of three waterfront gardens; Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. Its Flower Dome is the largest greenhouse in the world.

You can also enjoy the free spectacular Garden Rhapsody light show that takes place twice during the evening by Supertree Grove at 7.45pm and 8.45pm respectively. Take a scenic walk around the Marina Bay area and explore the surroundings or visit Sands Sky Park Observation Deck and enjoy the winning views of the city skyline and beyond.

The observation deck also offers some of Singapore’s best views at night. You’ll also be able to catch a glimpse of the spectacular Light and Water Show at Marina Bay Sands.

Pulau Ubin

Set off on the paths and trails of luxuriant Pulau Ubin on foot or by bike and revitalise yourself in the heart of its unspoilt lush forests.
An island untouched by urban life
Pulau Ubin is a 10-kilometre-square haven of lush vegetation located to the north-east of Singapore. Everything on the island exudes authenticity, from its rustic kampungs (the area's traditional villages) to its fruit farms, not forgetting its luxuriant mangroves and their native wildlife. This destination offers a multitude of itineraries to help you discover all its very many riches. It is the perfect place to roam surrounded by nature, either on foot or by bike, far from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

Sri Mariamman Temple

Beautifully decorated in the Dravidian art tradition, this place of worship, open to all, is an oasis of colour.
Dedicated to the goddess Mariamman, who holds the power of healing, this temple was established in 1827 and has been renovated several times since. Before entering, observe in detail the impressive gopuram, the multi-coloured tower. The sculptures of Hindu deities contain sacred meanings and were carved with care by the best artists in the country. Joining them is Krishna, the god behind all the others, recognisable by his blue body and the flute he holds in his fingers.

Arab Street/Kampong Glam District

Experience the rich tapestry of arts and culture in Kampong Glam. Home to the impressive Sultan Mosque with its massive golden domes decorated with glass bottle ends and huge prayer hall. The mosque was built in 1824. It was later rebuilt in 1932 by one of the oldest architectural firm in Singapore (Swan and Maclaren). There are also informative guided tours provided.

You may also explore one of the many side streets of this culturally vibrant district filled with cafes and eclectic shops.

National Gallery Singapore

The latest jewel in Singapore’s art crown, the National Gallery Singapore is a visual arts institution housing an unparalleled collection of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian Art. Located in the heart of the civic district, the gallery is housed in the City Hall and the former Supreme Court.

Two iconic buildings that have played a monumental role in Singapore’s history. Making it one of the world’s largest and most invaluable public collections of Singapore and Southeast Asia modern art form the 19th Century to the present day, the gallery showcases more than 8,000 pieces of artwork. Daily free guided tours are also available to visitors.

Registration are on a first come, first served basis.