HOTSPOTS YOU'LL VISIT
- Begin the trail at this world-class performing arts centre. There’s more to the Esplanade than just its quirky design!
- Check out one of Singapore’s oldest heritage parks, the quaint Esplanade Park is the location of several national monuments!
3.Fullerton Waterboat House
- Explore The Fullerton Waterboat house, an Art Deco-style landmark that has been elegantly restored since its construction in the 1940s.
- Visit this aesthetically impressive five-star luxury hotel, that are rich in history and also long and equally remarkable.
- Do visit one of the most iconic spots in Singapore, Merlion Park is a favourite photo spot for tourists!
- Check out the now occupied by a handful of upscale bars and restaurants, The Customs House was once the office of Singapore’s custom police!
7.Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade
- Enjoy the most splendid views of Marina Bay along this sunny promenade along the waterfront, replete with sheltered rest areas!
8.Red Dot Design Museum
- Check out The Red Dot Museum, newly relocated to Marina Bay, Promenade, has a collection of beautiful award-winning products from all across the world.
9.Marina Bay Sands
- This sky-scraping hotel, designed by Moshe Safdie, has become one of Singapore’s most famous landmarks. Take a fancy selfie with Singapore’s most famous landmarks.
- Drop by at the one-of-a-kind ArtScience Museum that can be easily identified by its white lotus-shaped exterior!
11.Double Helix Curved Bridge
- Probably one of the most interesting bridges in Singapore, The Helix is shaped like the double helix in a strand of DNA. Take a stroll along the bridge with your loved ones!
12.Youth Olympic Park
- Built to commemorate the 2010 Youth Olympic Games, the Youth Olympic Park features artworks by Singaporean youths.
13.Gardens by the Bay
- Another iconic part of the cityscape, Gardens by the Bay is Singapore’s modern take on traditional gardens and greenhouses! Be sure to visit Gardens by the Bay and take tons of pictures for memories!
- Explore Marina Barrage, a dam with a grassy roof that is open to public. On weekends, you could also fly kites there