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Sightseeing in Singapore

Park
“Fort Canning Park is an amazing place to stroll in middle of the nature.. the park is made on the hill and is very big.. its exits spans through the multiple locations and one needs to keep track of it else you can end up 1-2 km away from your start point. For Canning has nice benches to rest in between, nice swings, and beautiful landscape. One should prefer to go during the nice winds to enjoy the place. In between you can find a luxury hotel and a museum with a very huge green lawn. The lawn is a good place for kids to run and play. Bring your mats and just relax there.”
41local recommendations
Park
“Beautiful scenery and immerse in some history about Singapore along the way as Fort Canning Park is nearby.”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“This is a Great Place to have a View of the Marina Bay and Take lots of Group Photos”
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Scenic Lookout
“Great views and a very nice and tall bridge to hang out at. Also, you can take the cable car to Sentosa from here, or have a beer in the evening and enjoy the great sea view.”
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Monument / Landmark
“This is where it breaks water from the sea, and keeping within a lagoon for our marina. Acts as a park connector from Marina Bay Sands, all the way until East Coast Park!”
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Monument / Landmark
“It traces Dr Sun Yat Sen's revolutionary activities in the Southeast Asian region and highlights Singapore and Nanyang’s contributions to the 1911 Revolution, as well as the impact of the 1911 Revolution on Singapore and Nanyang in general. The revamped memorial hall, which re-opened on 8 October 2011, houses a collection of interesting artefacts including original photos, paintings and calligraphy works handwritten by Dr. Sun.”
5local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Singapore’s first and only temple dedicated to the Monkey God. This 95-year-old temple has more than ten statues of the Taoist deity, some dating back over a century, making this beautifully anachronistic building a heritage hotspot for all. Look out for Uncle Lim, the temple caretaker who’ll tell you all about the Monkey God and its many different incarnations.”
1local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Peace and exercise while you spot the history of Singapore's world war at the fort silioso :)”
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Movie Theater
“The Old Ford Factory stands as a historical building; it was where the British surrendered to the Japanese in 1942. Now, an exhibition gallery showcasing life under the Japanese rule occupies the building. Admission is only $3, a small price to learn more about the country we live in. Address: 351 Upper Bukit Timah Road Singapore 588192 Opening Hours:Mondays to Saturdays: 9.00am – 5.30pm Sundays: 12 noon to 5.30pm”
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Palace
“Sultan Abu Bakar built it way back in 1866. The palace encompasses both Anglo and Malay architecture to produce a masterpiece worth visiting!”
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Monument / Landmark
“Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, commonly referred to as the Chettiars’ Temple, is one of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temples dedicated to Murugan, the Hindu deity who is also known as Sri Thendayuthapani. It stands as a living testimony to the Chettiars’ contributions to Singapore’s colonial economy.”
5local recommendations
Park
“5 mins away, where Singapore history started from, a nature park at the city centre, spice garden , museum , jogging, strolling at night, a popular place if you like nature ”
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Monument / Landmark
“Sitting on top of Opium Hill is this memorial to the 1,400 soldiers of the Malay regiment who made their stand against 13,000 Japanese soldiers in 1942. The black and white colonial bungalow contains artefacts, exhibits and multi-media to encourage you to contemplate the nation's war experience and discover how far Singapore has come as a nation.”
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