Explore these Attractions in Singapore
Singapore History Museum
This museum has a charming permanent collection, that features exhibits from the region's diverse cultures and history, as well as the superb 380-piece Haw Par jade collection, that was donated by the Aw brothers.
Haw Par Villa (Tiger Balm Gardens)
The How Par Village is situated about ten kilometers west of the city. It was originally built by the Aw brothers with the profits they have made from their wonder salve, Tiger Balm. How Par Villa is a theme park of Chinese mythology, with older exhibits of legendary figures and scenes, it is currently being restored to its former glory.
Sentosa Island is Singapore's most popular attraction, attracting over three and a half million visitors each year. The cable cars and ferries run from the World Trade Centre to this former military base half a kilometer offshore. Sentosa Island has an abundance of museums and sights and activities including South-East Asia's largest oceanarium, a 19th century British fort complete with bunkers, tunnels and gun emplacements, an Insectarium and a Butterfly Park.
The Singapore Zoo is home to more than 2000 animals of nearly 250 species. It was built in the early 1970s. It offers day and night safaris.
Jurong Bird Park
The Jurong Bird Park is home to nearly 8000 birds from 600 different species. The Park features a two-hectare walk-in aviary and a simulated rainforest thunderstorm, that is held at noon every day.
Peranakan Place Museum
The Peranakan Place Museum is built in the typical Chinese Palladian or Chinese baroque style, it features some unique details of the fusion of cultures of the Peranakan people, the local born or Straits-born Chinese, through artifacts, clothing and furniture.