19 Top Tourist Attractions in Singapore, Maps and How to Get There

Top Tourist Attractions in Singapore, Maps and How to Get There

Singapore is an easy destination to visit and get around due to its efficient mass transportation system. Google Maps can also be used to navigate both the subway (MRT) and the bus network. Our post will offer a few of the top tourist attractions in Singapore, with accompanying maps and directions on how to get there.

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HSBC Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi Airport

HSBC Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi Airport

One of the top tourist attractions in Singapore, and you can practically reach it and start taking photos after getting off your flight.

HSBC Rain Vortex is considered as the world’s tallest indoor waterfall and is located in the middle of the Shiseido Forest Valley at Jewel Changi Airport, a shopping mall that is directly connected to Changi Airport.

HSBC Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi Airport

The mall resembles a circle with the HSBC Rain Vortex right in the center. It is very easy to find, but the important thing is that you should come at the right time as they have a fixed schedule for turning on/off the waterfall. Nights are also much more attractive than during the day.

Besides the HSBC Rain Vortex at the Jewel Changi Airport shopping mall, there are also several other attractions to visit that require a small entrance fee, such as the Hedge Maze, Mirror Maze, the 25-meter-high Walking Net, and much more.

Map of the HSBC Rain Vortex

Getting to the HSBC Rain Vortex

• Within Changi Airport, which is easily accessible from every terminal.

Opening Hours of the HSBC Rain Vortex

HSBC Rain Vortex
• Mondays – Thursdays 11.00 – 22.00 hrs.
• Fridays, Saturdays, and public holidays 10.00 – 22.00 hrs.

HSBC Rain Vortex Light & Sound Show
• Mondays – Thursdays 20.00 / 21.00 hrs.
• Fridays, Saturdays, and public holidays 20.00 / 21.00 / 22.00 hrs.

HSBC Rain Vortex Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Garden by the Bay

Garden by the Bay
Garden by the Bay

If we were to consider must-visit attractions in Singapore, Garden by the Bay will definitely be at the top of the list due to its extensive area spanning approximately 101 hectares (about 250 acres).

Inside, visitors can find several attractions that are both free and require paid entry.

Free Access
• All outdoor gardens including popular spots like the Supertree Grove and statues.

Entrance Fee Required
• Cloud Forrest
• Flower Dome
• Floral Fantasy
• OCBC Skyway
• Supertree Observatory

The most popular spots that should not be missed are the Cloud Forest, Flower Dome, and Supertree Grove.

Map of the Garden by the Bay

Getting to the Garden by the Bay

• Take the MRT and get off at Bayfront Station
• From Bayfront Station, there will be a walkway leading right to the entrance of Garden by the Bay.

Opening Hours of the Garden by the Bay

• Open air zone 05.00 – 02.00 hrs.

Garden by the Bay Entrance Fee

• Free of charge for the outdoor zone

Supertree Grove at Garden by the Bay

Supertree Grove at Garden by the Bay

Supertree Grove is a courtyard that houses the Supertree, which is a 12-tree-shaped tower from a total of 18 trees.

Supertree Grove at Garden by the Bay

Their heights range from 25-50 meters tall and consist of the OCBC Skyway and the Supertree Observatory at the top of the tallest tower. Access to both these attractions requires an entrance fee.

During the day they look quite normal, but come nighttime, they come alive with a spectacular light and sound show that syncs with the accompanying music. Amazing and fun.

The show’s format constantly changes, the details of which can be found at www.gardensbythebay.com.sg.

Map of the Supertree Grove

Getting to Supertree Grove

• Near the entrance of Garden by the Bay is a small bridge named Dragonfly Bridge. Walk across it and you will see Supertree Grove directly in front of you.

Opening Hours of the Supertree Grove

• The garden is open between 05.00 – 02.00 hrs.

Garden Rhapsody (Light and Sound Show)
• Every evening at 19.45 / 20.45 hrs., and last for about 15 minutes per show

OCBC Skyway
• Daily 09.00 – 21.00 hrs. Access to the Skyway is open until 20.30 hrs.

Supertree Observatory
• Mondays – Fridays 16.00 – 21.00 hrs. Access to the Observatory is open until 20.30 hrs.
• Weekends and public holidays 12.00 – 21.00 hrs. Access in open until 20.30 hrs.

Supertree Grove Entrance Fee

Supertree Grove
• Free of charge

OCBC Skyway
• Adults: SGD 10.00
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 6.00

Supertree Observatory
• Adults: SGD 14
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 10.00

Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay

Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay
Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay
Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay
Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay

Considered the largest air-conditioned garden in the world, it is filled with beautiful plants and flowers from around the world, from the Mediterranean, Africa, as well from arid deserts.

Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay
Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay
Flower Dome at Garden by the Bay

The garden also contains several statues scattered in various locations, such as deer, dragons, characters from Alice in Wonderland, and others.

We spent about 45 minutes here, but if you really like flowers, you can definitely stay for hours.
Displays at the Flower Dome change from time to time, the details of which can be found at the Garden by the Bay website.

Map of the Flower Dome

Getting to the Flower Dome

•From the entrance, visitors can access the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, which is about 650 meters away.
•There is also the availability of a shuttle bus to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest from the entrance which cost SGD 3.00/person.

Opening Hours of the Flower Dome

• Daily 09.00 – 21.00 hrs. Access is open until 20.30 hrs.

Flower Dome Entrance Fee

Access to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest uses the same ticket
• Adults: SGD 28.00
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 15.00

During the Experience the Wonders of Pandora event
• Adults: SGD 53.00
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 40.00

Buying tickets for the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest from Klook can help you save even more as it also includes discounts for the Skypark Observation Deck in the package. See prices and buy here.

Cloud Forest at Garden by the Bay

Cloud Forest at Garden by the Bay
Cloud Forest at Garden by the Bay
Cloud Forest at Garden by the Bay

An air-conditioned rainforest garden with its highlight of the tallest indoor waterfall in the world, mock-ups of mountains covered with trees, and misted skywalks that simulate walks in the fog.

Cloud Forest at Garden by the Bay
Cloud Forest at Garden by the Bay

Going down the hill, takes us down to a mysterious underground garden with a small waterfall running through it. This is my favorite spot in Garden by the Bay.

From October 28, 2022, to March 31, 2023, the garden will collaborate with Disney to showcase ‘Experience the Wonders of Pandora’ from the Avatar movie, which we think is a perfect fit with the atmosphere of the Cloud Forest.

On the day of our visit, we spied them preparing for the event, and I can tell you that it’s like you are actually in Pandora. An opportunity not to be missed for your next trip to Singapore!!

Map of the Cloud Forest

Getting to the Cloud Forest

• From the entrance, visitors can access the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, which is about 650 meters away.
• There is also the availability of a shuttle bus to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest from the entrance which cost SGD 3.00/person.

Opening Hours of the Cloud Forest

• Daily 09.00 – 21.00 hrs. Access is open until 20.30 hrs.

Cloud Forest Entrance Fee

Access to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest uses the same ticket
• Adults: SGD 28.00
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 15.00

During the Experience the Wonders of Pandora event
• Adults: SGD 53.00
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 40.00

Buying tickets for the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest from Klook can help you save even more as it also includes discounts for the Skypark Observation Deck in the package. See prices and buy here.

Skypark Observation Deck

Skypark Observation Deck
Skypark Observation Deck
Garden by the Bay
Skypark Observation Deck
Skypark Observation Deck
Garden by the Bay

One of the best tourist attractions in Singapore if you love the city view.

The Marina Bay Sands’ 56th Floor observation deck offers a 360-degree view of Singapore, where you can also see Fullerton, the Esplanade, the Singapore Flyer, Garden by the Bay, and the sea.

Skypark Observation Deck

From the Fullerton side, we can also see the Spectra, the light, and the water show from the Marina Bay Sands.

The negative side of this place is that there are quite a lot of visitors which results in a long queue. You might have to wait for the right moment to get the best photo.

There are drinks for sale on the upper floor, but their prices are pretty fierce. We recommend that you bring along your water bottles.

Map of the Skypark Observation Deck

Getting to the Skypark Observation Deck

• Take the MRT and get off at Bayfront Station.
• From thereon, Bayfront Station has an underground walkway leading right into Marina Bay Sands.
• Or you can take Exit B and walk through the front entrance of Marina Bay Sands.
• Walk to the end of Tower 3, and you will see a sign pointing to the direction of the Skypark Observation Deck.

Opening Hours of the Skypark Observation Deck

• Daily 11.00 – 21.00 hrs.
• Access is open until 20.50 hrs.

Skypark Observation Deck Entrance Fee

• SGD 26.00
• Children between 3 – 12 years: SGD 22.00
• Adults over 65 years: SGD 22.00
Purchasing tickets through Klook is cheaper

Melion Park

Melion Park

Singapore’s most famous national mascot and is considered a compulsory photo op when visiting Singapore.

Melion Park

In addition to the lion-spewing water, you can also see Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer, and also watch the Marina Bay Sands’ Spectra light show.

One Fullerton

You also have the option to walk across the Jubilee Bridge (a pedestrian bridge adjacent to Merlion Park) to take attractive photos from the Esplanade side.

Around the area are also high-end restaurants and inexpensive food from the convenience store located under the bridge. There’s something for everyone.

The origin of the Merlion originated from a fishing village called Temasek. A prince from Palembang in Indonesia paid a visit here and saw a lion at the mouth of the river, so he named the city Singapura, or City of Lions in Sanskrit.

When combined together, it became a lion with a fish body to this very day.

Map of the Merlion Park

Getting to the Merlion Park

• Take the MRT and get off at Raffles Place Station, then Exit H.
• Then follow Google Maps.

Opening Hours of the Merlion Park

• Open 24 hours

Merlion Park Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

Enjoy a delicious dinner with beautiful views of the sunset from the cable car. This is the top attraction of Mount Faber Peak, which requires an advance reservation, but definitely worth it as it provides a very unique experience.

Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore
Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

Many people probably know that the cable car is used to travel between Mount Faber, HarbourFront, and Sentosa Island. However, they also have a special package that includes dining, and 2 cable car roundtrips.

The whole trip takes about an hour. And, it is very convenient, just show the ticket from your mobile phone to the staff and you’re on your way to wait in line to board the cable car.

So, is it worth the money?

We have a detailed review of the Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore here.

Map of the Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

Getting to the Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

• Take the MRT and get off at HarbourFront Station, then take Exit B.
• Follow the signs to the Mount Faber Cable Car, then contact Abora to get your queue.
• Or, you can also take a taxi right up to the top of Mount Faber.

Opening Hours of the Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

• The cable car can be boarded starting from 17.30 hrs. until 18.30 hrs.
• If you arrive later than 18.30 hrs., you will have less time to enjoy on the cable car.

Pricing of the Cable Car Sky Dining Singapore

• Starts at 2,700 baht/person, minimum booking of 2 persons
It is recommended to book through Klook as you can get a reasonable discount.

Mount Faber Park

Mount Faber Park
Mount Faber Park

Singapore’s second-tallest hill and one of the country’s oldest parks.

It is surrounded by shady trees, and also the availability of jogging paths, hiking trails, scenic views of the city, and is within walking distance to the Henderson Waves, another well know tourist attraction in Singapore.

Poland Bell of Happyness at Mount Faber Park

In addition to restaurants and cafes, there is also the Poland Bell of Happyness, in which it is believed that if two people hit the bell simultaneously, the couple will be happy for the rest of their lives, and the Cable Car, which in addition to being used to cross over to HarborFront and Sentosa Island, it also offers a scenic Cable Car Sky Dining service.

Mount Faber Park is part of the Southern Ridges, a 10-kilometer-long hiking trail that connects several parks. This experience should be to the liking of nature lovers.

Map of the Mount Faber Park

Getting to the Mount Faber Park

• Take the Cable Car from HarbourFront Station to Mount Faber.
• Take the bus to Bef Telok Blangah Hts stop and walk up for 750 meters.

Opening Hours of the Mount Faber Park

• Open 24 hours
• The Park’s lights are switched on between 19.00 – 07.00 hrs.

Mount Faber Park Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Henderson Waves

Henderson Waves

The tallest pedestrian overpass in Singapore, with an eye-catching wavy roof. The height from the ground measures 36 meters and is about 300 meters long.

Henderson Waves connects Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park, and forms part of the Southern Ridges hiking trail.

Henderson Waves

On the day of our visit, they were fixing the lights so it’s quite dark. But usually, it is brightly illuminated.

Map of the Henderson Waves

Getting to the Henderson Waves

• Accessible by bus numbers 124, 131, 145, 176, or 273, get off at Bef Telok Blangah Hts bus stop, and walk up the stairs.
• Or you could just walk down from Mount Faber.

Opening Hours of the Henderson Waves

• Open 24 hours

Henderson Waves Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is a Mahayana sect temple that was completed in 2007 and is characterized by Tang Dynasty architecture. It is another tourist attraction in Singapore that should not be missed.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The temple enshrines Lord Buddha’s left teeth, and the interior is equipped with cool air conditioning. There are 5 floors that visitors can access.

  • 1st Floor The main Buddha image adorns the front while the back enshrines the Cintamanicakra, which is one of the Bodhisattva’s Avalokitesvara posture.***
  • 2nd Floor Meditation room and storage room of the prayer scriptures.
  • 3rd Floor The museum displaying ancient Buddha statues from several countries.
  • 4th Floor Enshrines the Buddha Tooth Relic. It is forbidden to take pictures on this floor.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
  • Rooftop This is our favorite floor as it contains a small shady orchid garden, while the center houses a pavilion and a large prayer wheel. There is no elevator on this floor and visitors will have to walk up from the 4th Floor.

Most importantly, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is located right across from the Maxwell Food Centre, which is known for its Hainanese Chicken Rice, as well as several other well-known food stalls, where you can enjoy a delicious meal right after your visit to the temple.

*** The posture of the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara that we are most familiar with is the Goddess of Mercy, Guanyin.

Map of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Getting to the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

• Maxwell MRT Station
• Take bus number 80 or 145 and get off at Maxwell Rd FC bus stop.

Opening Hours of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

• Daily 07.00 – 17.00 hrs.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Fountain of Wealth

Fountain of Wealth

Tourist attraction in Singapore that geared towards the faithful, this is a fountain located in the center of Suntec City, which is built harmoniously according to Feng Shui principles, and places the Fountain of Wealth in the center of immense positive energy, thus attracting faithfuls to receive its uninterrupted power.

The Fountain of Wealth is made of copper and its circular shape is believed to be a symbol of the universe according to Hinduism faith.

It is 13.8 meters tall and was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest fountain in the world in 1998.

Map of the Fountain of Wealth

Getting to the Fountain of Wealth

• Take the MRT and get off at Promenade Station, then take Exit C.

Opening Hours of the Fountain of Wealth

• Visitors can get to touch the fountain’s water between 10.00 – 12.00 hrs., 14.00 – 16.00 hrs., and 18.00 – 19.30 hrs.
• Light & Sound Show: 20.00 / 20.30 / 21.00 hrs.

Fountain of Wealth Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Haji Lane

Haji Lane

Another attraction in Kampong Glam, the gathering hub for Muslims in Singapore.

Haji Lane

The name Haji Lane originated as a hub of brokerages who would take Muslims on Hajj pilgrimages. However, today the area is now filled with restaurants, wares, and indie clothing brands.

The main highlight that attracts tourists here is the unique street art that seems to exist in every corner.
From here, it is also easy to get to the Sultan Mosque.

Map of Haji Lane

Getting to Haji Lane

• Take the MRT and get off at Bugis Station, and then walk for about 400 meters.

Opening Hours of the Haji Lane

• Open 24 hours. But if you want to take pictures, you should come in the morning as most shops are not open yet and there are very few people around to block your shots.

Haji Lane Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Sultan Mosque Singapore

Sultan Mosque Singapore

The spiritual center of Singapore Muslims was built in 1824 as a dedication for Hussein Shah, the first Sultan of Singapore. It was funded by Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore.

The current structure was rebuilt in 1932 by Swan and Maclaren, Singapore’s oldest architectural design firm.

The highlight is the golden dome and just below the dome are black rings of a slightly reflective material, which on closer inspection would reveal that they are bases of black soy sauce bottles sourced from poor Muslim families when the mosque was built. This indicates that the mosque belongs to all Muslims and not just for the wealthy.

If you come in the evening during Ramadan, the area will be packed with several shops.

Sultan Mosque Singapore
Sultan Mosque Singapore

Attractive spots to take pictures is at the doorway at the mosque entrance, and from the corridor in front of the mosque.

Map of the Sultan Mosque

Getting to Sultan Mosque

• Take the MRT and get off at Bugis Station, then walk for about 450 meters.

Opening Hours of the Sultan Mosque

• Saturdays – Thursdays 10.00 – 12.00 hrs. and 14.00 – 16.00 hours

Sultan Mosque Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Botanic Garden Singapore

Botanic Garden Singapore

A not-so-crowded tourist attraction in Singapore for nature lovers.

The Singapore Botanic Gardens was established in 1859 and is the country’s first public park currently covering ​​over 82 hectares.

Botanic Garden Singapore
Botanic Garden Singapore

The park consists of shady trees, museums, playgrounds and dozens of recreational zones. However, the highlight is the National Orchid Garden, which is home to over 60,000 plants and orchids and is considered as one of the world’s largest orchid exhibits.

On the day of our visit, it was raining heavily so we had to beat a hasty retreat. Fortunately, the park is located near Adam Food Center, where one can find a wide variety of delicious food at affordable prices.

The food center helped considerably in healing our trip.

Map of Singapore Botanic Garden

Getting to the Singapore Botanic Garden

• Take the MRT and get off at Botanic Garden Station.

Opening Hours of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

• Daily 05.00 – 24.00 hrs.

National Orchid Garden
• Daily 08.30 – 19.00 hrs.

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
• Daily 08.00 – 19.00 hrs.
• Accessible for only children under the age of 14 years.
• Children under 12 years must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.

SBG Heritage Museum
• Daily 09.00 – 18.00 hrs.
• Closed on the last Mondays of each month.

Singapore Botanic Gardens Entrance Fee

• Free of charge for the openair area

National Orchid Garden
• Adults: SGD 15.00
• Adults over 60 years: SGD 3.00
• Free of charge for children aged 12 years and below

CapitaSpring

CapitaSpring

One of the tallest buildings and a popular tourist attraction in Singapore that was built for a wide range of uses, i.e. offices, residences, and restaurants.

CapitaSpring
CapitaSpring

But the major draw for tourists are the Green Oasis Sky Garden on the 17th–20th floors, and the Sky Garden on the 51st Floor.

Both were built to give Singaporeans a chance to relax close to nature in the heart of the city.

Entry is free to all, but visitors are reminded to take into consideration the closing time and the weather forecast. The 17th–20th floors might get splashed by rain, but the 51st Floor will definitely be closed during rainfalls.

Luckily, CapitaSpring is located near the Market Street Hawker Centre, where we found Sunrise, which is a delicious kaya toast shop.

Map of the CapitaSpring

Getting to CapitaSpring

• Take the MRT and get off at Raffles Place Station, then take Exit A.
• The elevator to access the Green Oasis and Sky Garden is located in the iCapital Building. A map has already been provided for you.

Opening Hours of the CapitaSpring

Green Oasis
• Mondays – Fridays 08.30 – 10.30 hrs. and 14.30 – 18.00 hrs.
• Other time periods are reserved for building tenants and restaurant customers only.

Sky Garden
• Mondays – Fridays 08.30 – 10.30 hrs. and 14.30 – 18.00 hrs.
• Other time periods are reserved for building tenants and restaurant customers only
• As a reminder, the 51st Floor will be closed during rainfalls.

CapitaSpring Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

After visiting several of the modern attractions in Singapore, we will take you back in time by visiting a modest Chinese shrine, which is considered as one of the oldest in Singapore.

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

Yueh Hai Ching Temple was built in 1820, but the current building was rebuilt in 1895, thanks to the donations of Teochews in Singapore. It underwent major renovations in 2011 – 2014 and received the Culture Heritage Conservation award from UNESCO as it has faithfully preserved the original architectural design.

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

There are two buildings inside, to which the right enshrines the Heavenly Emperor, Xuan Tian Shang Di, while the left side enshrines the Heavenly Empress, Tian Hou Sheng Mu, or as many people may know her as the Ruby Goddess (Mazu).

Yueh Hai Ching Temple

Although it’s a modest place to visit, I really liked the atmosphere here due to the statues of the gods on the brightly colored roof and its low-rise structure surrounded by modern tall buildings.

Stepping inside the shrine is like taking a surreal step back to the past.

This shrine is located right next to CapitaSpring, so if you are around the neighborhood, do try to stop by and take photos.

Map of Yueh Hai Ching Temple

Getting to the Yueh Hai Ching Temple

• Take the MRT and get off at Raffles Place Station, exit A or B, then follow Google Maps. The shrine is located along the main road and is very easy to find.

Opening Hours of the Yueh Hai Ching Temple

• Daily 08.00 – 17.00 hrs.

Yueh Hai Ching Temple Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

CHIJMES

CHIJMES

An attractive European-style church that is over 100 years old. The interior is spacious and accommodates several restaurants. It is also frequently used for wedding ceremonies and is open for free visits.

The history of CHIJMES began in 1841 with just one building, Caldwell House, which was built as a residence for senior clerks for judges in Singapore.

CHIJMES

Later, Pastor Jean-Marie Beurel bought the surrounding buildings and land, and gradually expanded it from an orphanage into a school. The most striking building structure is the Anglo-French Gothic church built in 1904 (pictured).

After that, the area has undergone major renovations. The school has since moved to another location, while buildings were demolished to make way for the SMRT (Singapore subway) headquarters, while other areas were returned to the Singapore government.

CHIJMES

It was renamed CHIJMES in 1990 and was renovated into a commercial building in 1996.

Note: The word CHIJMES is an abbreviation of the school’s name; the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Middle Education School.

Map of CHIJMES

Getting to CHIJMES

• Take the MRT and get off at City Hall Station, then continue on for about 450 meters.

Opening Hours of the CHIJMES

• Open 24 hours

CHIJMES Entrance Fee

• Free of charge

Civic District

Civic District

We would like to end our trip to Singapore with a historic European atmosphere which began with the plans of Sir Stamford Raffles, who is the founder of Singapore in 1822.

National Gallery Singapore
National Gallery Singapore
Asian Civilisations Museum
Asian Civilisations Museum
Asian Civilisations Museum
Asian Civilisations Museum


This area is dotted with European-style structures and beautiful churches, such as

• The National Museum of Singapore
• Fort Canning Park, a popular park with the popular tree tunnels
• CHIJMES
• St Andrew’s Cathedral
• National Gallery Singapore
• Asian Civilizations Museum

Arts House
Arts House


• Arts House, that also houses a bronze, black elephant sculpture that was bestowed by His Majesty King Chulalongkorn on his first visit to Singapore in 1871.

We can also easily access Merlion Park by taking the bridge from the Civic District.

If I had the chance to return to Singapore, I would start my walk at around 16.30 hrs., beginning from the National Museum of Singapore and it should bring my walk to end at Merlion Park at around 18.00 hrs.

Map of the Civic District

Fort Canning Park Tree Tunnel
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Fort Canning Park
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National Museum of Singapore
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CHIJMES
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St Andrew’s Cathedral
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National Gallery Singapore
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Arts House
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Asian Civilisations Museum
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Getting to the Civic District

• Take the MRT and get off at Dhoby Ghaut Station, and then follow Google Maps.
• Take the MRT and get off at City Hall, if you want to just walk halfway.

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