Regardless if you are travelling on solo or with friends and family, Park Regis Singapore is surrounded by national monuments and offers easy access to major attractions.
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ArtScience Museum, which houses 21 gallery spaces with a total area of 50,000 square feet, is the world’s first museum hosting mainly touring exhibitions curated by other museums. The gallery entails three permanent themed exhibition – Curiosity, Inspiration, Expression and is set to enthrall visitors through various international shows. Learn More
Positioned on the south bank of the Singapore River, the Central Business District (CBD) is Singapore’s busiest financial and business hub. At the heart of the CBD is Raffles Place, the renowned financial hub where most of the prominent office developments are found.
Proudly displaying the iconic Supertrees featured in Crazy Rich Asian (2018), this award-winning horticultural attraction is a national garden located next to Marina Bay Sands. Comprises of three distinctive waterfront gardens, the attraction presents ever-changing floral displays of plants from temperate and tropical forests. Truly a beauty especially when night falls, this is an extraordinarily tourist destination to visit. Learn More
A mythological creature to symbolise the humble beginnings of Singapore, the Merlion is presented with a lion’s head to represent the country’s original name, Singapura, which meant ‘lion city’, and the body appears as a fish which is symbolic of a fishing village. The Merlion is a national embodiment of Singapore and widely used as a mascot to represent the nation. Located at the Marina bay area, the Merlion Park is a recommended attraction when in Singapore. Learn More
For art lovers, National Gallery Singapore is situated in two national monuments of Singapore and collects over 8,000 artworks of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art. A variety of enlightening programmes including guided tours, interactions with artists and curators, are often arranged to allow visitors a deeper understanding of the exhibitions. The Art Education Centre, located within the museum, is a good stop for families to get their hands on a range of interactive learning activities. Learn More
Being one of the busiest arts centres in the world, the Esplanade presents world-class performances from music, dance and theatrical plays, captivating more than 28m guests around the world over a span of 16 years. Remember to take a selfie against the famous icon! Learn More
Named after the bullock carts that used to supply fresh water to the residents, Chinatown is Singapore’s largest historic district filled with a charming mix of old and new traditional shops, cafes and markets. Understand more of its history at the Chinatown Heritage Centre along Pagoda Street and don’t forget to grab some souvenirs for your loved ones. Learn More
An iconic hilltop landmark which witnessed many of Singapore’s historical milestones. Fort Canning Park was once home to Sir Stamford Raffles who founded modern Singapore in 1819 and subsequently used as a command centre during the World War II. Today, prominent structures can still be seen including a section housing ancient artefacts. This is an ideal place for nature lovers and history buffs. Learn More
Located next to the historic Singapore River, the museum features a diverse collection of culture and arts from Southeast Asia, South Asia, China and West Asia. The museum connects the world by exploring Asia’s artistic heritage and is said to be one of Singapore’s most acclaimed national museums. Learn More
Situated within the cultural district of Chinatown, the majestic Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is home to an array of sacred relics and revered artefacts of the Buddha with the highlight being the display of the left canine tooth of the Buddha housed under a giant stupa made from 320 kg of gold. The temple is open to all visitors who wish to gain more insights into Buddhism. Learn More
Lined with a bustling stretch of fascinating bars and alfresco restaurants along Singapore River, Boat Quay is a popular hangout for the working class and tourists alike. It is important to note that the shophouses used to be warehouses back in the 1800s as Boat Quay was once a thriving port where major commercial activities took place. These buildings were conserved to retain the heritage and its significance in Singapore’s history. Learn More
Located along the Singapore River, Clarke Quay is known as Singapore’s most vibrant entertainment hub and a recommended pitstop for travellers visiting the country. A melting pot of nightspots, bars, international cuisine and a host to regular festivals, the ambience is undeniably stimulating to the mind. Learn More
Located at the northern banks of the Singapore River, Robertson Quay is the latest development of charming F&B establishments along the river, right after Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. Surrounded mostly by modern residential buildings, the precinct is less touristy and perfect if you enjoy tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of the CBD crowd. Learn More
Explore the endless activities and attractions in both historic and modern Singapore at Park Regis Singapore.