10 Popular Singapore Attraction You Should Not Miss !

10 Popular Singapore Attraction You Should Not Miss !

G-Max Reverse Bungy

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G-Max Reverse Bungee Jumping in Clark Quay Singapore is one of the world renowned bungee jumping sites that are located in Singapore. At this place bungee is launched at approximately 200 km per hour where the strong Gravitational pull of the earth is incorporated at a G-MAX Technology. It also straps you into the capsule while on the ground, catapulting you 60 metres into the air at the press of a button. It is incredibly fast and boasts a 100% safety record, with over 1 million riders to have successfully made it down to earth with all their organs intact. To savour the thrill of the gravitational force of the earth, you should at least try to go on bungee jumping.
Opening Hours: Daily 14:00 till late
Address: 3E River Valley Road, Singapore 179024
Tel: +65 6338 1146

Wild Wild Wet Singapore

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(Picture From: janeeeee)

Wild Wild Wet, Singapore’s largest water theme park, is gallons of fun for the whole family. Wild Wild Wet features 9 distinctive rides and facilities – from the family-friendly to the exhilarating, and will appeal to both the uninitiated and experienced thrill- seekers. Located at Downtown East, tickets to Wild Wild Wet start at just $20 or $24 off-peak or peak for adults and $13 or $16 off-peak or peak for children (3-12 years). There is a full list of ticket and package details on their website, although there’s no need to book tickets in advance (as they’re available to buy on the door).
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 13:00 – 19:00, Sat – Sun 10:00 – 19:00
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
Tel: +65 6581 9128
Website: http://www.wildwildwet.com

Sentosa Skyline Luge & Skyride

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(Picture From: avaavs)

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(Picture From: alexanderleong)

Part go-cart, part toboggan, the Luge offers a truly unique outdoor experience suitable for all ages that is not found anywhere else in Singapore or Southeast Asia. The luge is a non-motorized, three-wheel carrier (aka self-driving car system) that careens down a steep hill on a 650-metre track from the Imbiah Lookout to Siloso Beach. After Luge, board the Skyride and take in the fantastic panoramic scenery of the city skyline and beautiful coastline. On the Skyride, enjoy a breathtaking view of Singapore as the city skyline and harbour transform into a dazzling city of lights at night. At the end of the trip, riders can go to the photo centre to see their fun-ride images. The photos can be printed on the spot too. Remember to take sunblock!
Note: Passengers with heart conditions, motion sickness, back problems, other physical limitation such as epilepsy, vertigo and pregnant women are not allowed to ride on Luge & Skyride.
Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 21:30
Address: 45 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099003
Tel: +65 6274 0472
Tour Available: Sentosa Island Tour (Afternoon)

Universal Studios in Singapore

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Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It was a key component of Genting’s bid for the right to build Singapore’s second integrated resort. Opened in March 2010, it has seven themed sections with countless rides and shows, all related to major hit movies. Universal Parks & Resorts markets the park as a “one-of-its-kind theme park in Asia” and promises that the park will be the only one of its kind in Southeast Asia for the next 30 years.
Opening Hours: Daily from 09:00 – 18:00
Location: On Sentosa Island, south of the main Singapore Island (take the Sentosa Express from Vivocity Shopping Mall. Get off at Waterfront Station and from there you can walk to Universal Studios. Or take a bus just outside Vivocity).
Address: 11 Sentosa East Mall, Singapore 099054
Tel: +65 6577 8888

Singapore Flyer

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(Picture From: tourmet)

At 165 meters high, the Singapore Flyer stands as tall as a 42-storey building. The gigantic observation wheel is a modern icon in Asia. Towering over the Singapore skyline, it is a testimony to the vision and ingenuity of its designers. Passengers will get to see such city sights as the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Marina Bay, Empress Place and the Padang. Each of Singapore Flyer 28 city-bus-sized air-conditioned capsules can carry up to 28 passengers and a complete rotation of the wheel takes approximately 30 minutes.
Opening Hours: Daily from 08:30 – 22:30
Location: Southeast tip of the Marina Centre reclaimed land
Address: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
Tel: +65 6333 3311

Haw Par Villa

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(Picture From: Dave)

Also known as the Tiger Balm Gardens Haw Par Villa is a theme park built around the heroes and legends of Chinese mythology. Haw Par Villa is divided into several areas. Each of the areas artistically portray stories and events based on famous Chinese Historical personalities, mythology and legends. The park, built with the fortunes made by the Au brothers from the medicinal cure-all Tiger Balm, features a collection of vivid plaster and concrete figures. These figures depict the stories of the famous Monkey God, as he makes his Journey to the West; the tragic love story of Lady White Snake; the Divine Maiden, a symbol of love and sacrifice; and the fearless hero Wu Song. There’s also the grandiose Nine Dragon Wall and statues of the Laughing Buddha and the gods of Happiness, Wealth and Longevity.
Opening Hours: Daily from 09:00 – 18:00
Address: 262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118628
Tel: +65 6872 2780
Price Range: SG$ 5 for adults and SG$ 2.50 for children between 3 and 12 years

Singapore Discovery Centre

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(Picture From: firststopsingapore)

S’pore Discovery Centre (SDC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to share the Singapore Story and inspire a desire to contribute to Singapore’s future. SDC provides a mind-and-heart-engaging, multi-sensory learning experience which spans a selection of integrated themes. SDC’s guests learn about what makes Singapore tick and gain insights into Singapore’s challenges, dreams and aspirations. The centre has been described as an art gallery, science museum and outdoor play area all in one and is a great half day out for younger children, with plenty of easy to understand interactive displays and just about enough to keep adults entertained as well. Located on Upper Jurong Road, it is around a ten minute walk from Joo Koon MRT Station. There are plenty of different packages starting at 10 SGD for adults and 6 SGD for children, which includes admission to the centre, a bus tour of the Singapore Military Institute and a short 3D movie. It is in the same neighbourhood as the Army Museum so it is also possible to combine both attractions in a day.
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun 09:00 – 18:00 (closed on Mondays)
Location: A 30-minute drive from the city or a 10-minute walk from Joo Koon MRT Station.
Address: 510 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638365
Tel: +65 6792 6188

Science Center Singapore

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The Science Centre is creating an atmosphere of learning and exploration that will charm, inspire, engage, and entertain people of all ages. It’s a great experience for the entire family. There are more than 1,000 interactive exhibits and the most fun for youngsters is probably the Waterworks featuring a fun water maze made up from water jets. The bottom line is that no child will leave the park completely dry. Here you’ll find over 600 interactive exhibits, such as the Aviation Gallery which demonstrates the principles of flight, and gives you an account of how man first explored the skies.Don’t miss the latest offering at the OmniMax Theatre, which offers 3-D IMAX movies on topics which have ranged from the Great Pyramids to great amusement park rides to life on the moon.
Opening Hours: Daily from 10:00 – 18:00
Address: 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
Tel: +65 6425 2500

NEWater Visitor Centre

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The concept for the NEWater Visitor Centre (NVC) is built upon showcasing the evolution of NEWater to what it is today ? a technology that has become ingrained in Singaporeans’ lives, it is a celebration of this water technology and management success borne out of an ingrained national anxiety for Singapore’s limited land area. The NEWater Visitor Center focuses on public education, visitors are shown around by experienced guides as well as learning through multimedia displays. After the tour ends, visitors will have more understanding of what exactly is in Singaporean tap water.
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun 09:00 – 17:30
• Address: 20 Koh Sek Lim Road, Singapore 486593, not far from Tanah Merah MRT station
• Tel: +65 6546 7874

Songs of the Sea

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(Picture From: Christina Chung )

Songs of the Sea was a multimedia show located at Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island. Songs of the Sea is an awesome light and music fountain show with a live cast, excellent effects and pyrotechnics that put the audience at the edge of their seats. Streams of water, bursts of fire, laser lights and melodious music keep all five senses engaged. Songs of the Sea is another entertainment choice on Sentosa Island. Here, visitors will enjoy an amazing nightly 25-minute light show with high tech and dramatic effects, special computer-generated images, captivating music and stunning bursts of flame as well as a wonderful display of water jets plus a good story line. This wonderful outdoor theme show is a fun way to spend time with family and friends.
Opening Hours: Daily 19:40 and 20:40, Additional show at 21:40 every Sat (For the month of June)
Location: On Sentosa Island
Tour Available: Sentosa Island Tour (Sunset)

 

Via singapore-guide.com

 

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