If you want to see fantastic beasts up close and show your little ones, nature’s little ones, it’s hard to beat Singapore’s zoo.The Singapore zoo is a kid and animal friendly immersive experience. This 26 hectare wildlife park is the home of some 3000 animals. It’s like walking in a lush forest teeming with wildlife.
The National Orchid Garden in Singapore houses more than 60,000 plants. Celebrities, from Jacky Chan to Nelson Mandela have orchid hybrids named after them.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a World Heritage Site, a must-see attraction for visitors of the city, and a beloved urban park for running, picnicking, playing ball with the kids or learning about biodiversity conservation.
Chicken rice is so popular in Singapore, you won’t have to look for it. It’ll come looking for you! The rice soaked in the juices of the chicken is the best. It’s on the oily side, nothing like fried foods, but you won’t need lip balm after your meal.
The Malay Heritage Centre, located in Kampong Glam, showcases the rich culture of Singaporean Malay heritage. Whether you’re fond of priceless antiques or like interacting with people (or screens), the Malay Heritage Centre has plenty to entertain the less than jaded visitor.
Cute cafés abound around Arab Street and Kampong Glam. Pick from one of our favourites to chit chat, read the daily papers or just watch the world go by.
Singapore's Kampong Glam has plenty of historical sights. And that includes traditional restaurants that serve heartwarming dishes in casual settings.
Cars in Singapore are very expensive. For $100,000, you can barely get an average run of the mill Toyota, nowhere near a German luxury sedan! What makes cars so expensive in Singapore?
How to last the whole working week eating out with colleagues? Grab some yong tau foo around Singapore, a popular noodle, tofu and trimmings soup dish!
Housing Development Board (HDB) flats are subsidised public housing. More than 80% of Singaporeans live in HDBs, which are much more affordable than condos.