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Fort Canning Park

An iconic hilltop landmark which witnessed many of Singapore’s historical milestones. Immersed in the splendid flora and fauna, Fort Canning Park is the place for nature lover and at the same time appreciating the heritage in the heart of the city.

Historical | WWII site | Walking trails

10-minute walk

https://bit.ly/2KKCNBs

 

ArtScience Museum

ArtScience Museum is located at the Downtown Core in Singapore housing 21 gallery spaces with a total area of 50,000 square feet. Opened to public on 17 February 2011, it is the world’s first ArtScience museum hosting mainly touring exhibitions curated by other museums. The gallery entails three permanent themed exhibition – Curiosity, Inspiration, Expression.

Art | Science | Design | Technology | Exhibits

12-minute drive

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Asian Civilisations Museum

Located by the historic Singapore River, the museum features a diverse collection from Southeast Asia, South Asia, China and West Asia. It is one of Singapore’s most acclaimed national museums.

Southeast Asian Culture

14-minute walk

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Boat Quay

Boat Quay is a historical quay in Singapore which is situated by the Singapore River. Now, Boat Quay is a popular places for a waterfront drink or nibble in Singapore, with a wide variety of interesting and fascinating bars and alfresco restaurants.

Live Band | Music | Entertainment | F&B

10-minute walk

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Central Business District

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.

Financial Hub | Commercial Hub

10-minute walk

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Chinatown

Named after the bullock carts that used to supply fresh water to the residents. Take a stroll along this Singapore’s historical streets with its bustling mix of old and new, filled with traditional shops and markets as well as cool stores and cafes.

Cultural | Historical | Ethnic Enclave

7-minute walk

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Clarke Quay

Located along the Singapore River, once served as a dock for the loading and unloading of cargoes. Now, is one of the Singapore’s most vibrant nightlife hotspots. Clarke Quay is a clubbers paradise, tourist pit-stop as well as a bustling destination for foodies.

Live Band | Music | Entertainment | F&B

5-minute walk

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Gardens by the Bay

This award-winning horticultural attractions located next to Marina Bay Sands, features conservatories, the iconic Supertrees and plants from temperate and tropical forests. A beautiful garden and extraordinarily tourist destination to visit, creating a truly city in a garden.

Horticulture | Nature Park

12-minute drive

https://bit.ly/2zjt14T

Merlion Park

One of the well-known tourist attraction in Singapore, located near the Central Business District (CBD). The Merlion, a mythological creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish, is widely used as a mascot and national embodiment of Singapore.

Attraction

15-minute walk

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National Gallery Singapore

For art lovers, National Gallery Singapore consists of over 8,000 artworks, mostly Southeast Asian art and culture. Discover 19th century masterpieces alongside Southeast Asian modern arts in this Singapore’s most significant building.

Art Museum

15-minute walk

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