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Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

Madame Tussauds is just the perfect option to get up and personal with your adored celebrity. Opened in the year of 2014, this wax museum is one of the best Singapore attractions that continues a vibrant history of two centuries of brilliant and flawless wax-arts which has been open to all.

Amongst the famous wax statues are- Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Madonna, Queen Elizabeth II, Geok Choo and many more.

Location: 40 Imbiah Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday: 10 am - 6 pm

                          Saturday -Sunday: 10am - 7:30pm

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Kidzania Singapore

Based on a unique concept aimed at educating and entertaining kids at the same time, Kidzania Singapore is an indoor theme park developed in the form of an independent nation but for kids. For any kid 3 years of age or older than that, this place is really fun with numerous platforms for roleplaying.

Whether a kid wants to fly an aeroplane, cook delicious meals, or practise as a surgeon, everything is possible in this world of kids with its own set of rules and even its own currency. Owing to the wide range of unique experiences and programs, this is definitely one of the most spectacular places to see in Singapore if you are travelling with children.

Location: 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

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Butterfly Park And Insect Kingdom

Butterfly Park and the Insect Kingdom are one of the key places to see in Singapore that is bracketed with verdant green tropical greenery which exhibits the pre-possessing beauties of nature. With a myriad variety of butterflies and insects, this wilderness is sure to have your jaws dropped. 

This Butterfly and insect kingdom is a major outdoor experience for tourists, children, and nature enthusiasts. With the alluring scents, beautiful tropical rainforests and awesome interactive experience it’s a guarantee that you would fall for this place with all your senses.

Location: 51 Imbiah Road, Sentosa 099702

Timing:  Monday - Sunday : 9:30 am - 7 pm

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Trick Eye Museum

The Trick Eye Museum, in Singapore, is one of the international acclaimed optical art museums of Korea and is one of the best places to visit in Singapore, that incorporates Augmented Reality features. 

The feature of AR would help bring the art exhibits to life. Let 3D paintings take a backseat, now with Trick Eye Museum’s personal and exclusive AR features incorporated onto the 80 optical illusion art installations, you can drench and soak yourself into the exciting lights, sounds and other amazing effects that bring about hyper-realistic illusions.

Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44, Singapore 098138

Timing:  Monday - Sunday: 10AM - 9PM

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River Safari Singapore

This recently opened wildlife park is home to over 6000 animals, including 40 endangered animals, followed by the largest freshwater aquarium in the world, and is one of the places to visit in Singapore.

River Safari Singapore has the cutest red pandas. Its fur of rust color and face like a fox are just as pretty as celebrity panda. Besides Panda, their many other animals at the only river-themed wildlife park in Asia, which is nestled between Night Safari and Singapore Zoo.

Location: The River Safari is situated just next to the famous Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore, 729826

Timings: Monday - Sunday: 10am - 7pm

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Cloud Forest

The Cloud Forest Dome, housed in Gardens by the Bay is a greenhouse-like structure, re-creating the tropical montane climate found between 1500m and 3000m. The centrepiece attraction of this conservatory is a 35m high mountain with the world's tallest indoor waterfall.

Cloud forest welcomes its visitors to take a tour through the forest and explore its mind-blowing beauty through 9 different mist-filled levels: Lost World, Cloud Walk, The Cavern, Waterfall View, Crystal Mountain, Tree Top Walk, Secret Garden, Cloud Forest Gallery, and Cloud Forest Theatre. All these levels abound in beauty and magnificence alike and have their awe-inspiring charm. Once here, take a walk and relish the escapade into a tropical rainforest in the middle of skyscrapers and grey buildings of a metro city. 

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Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin is a 10.2 square kilometre island lying northeast of Singapore. Translating to Granite Island in Malay, it is one of the last two kampongs of Singapore - a place where one can truly enjoy and experience Singapore for what it used to be. The main attraction is the Chek Jawa Wetlands.

Whether it is the adventurous mountain biking or cycling around the pristine island, with lush green forests and wide rolling meadows, Pulau Ubin is an ideal relaxation spot. Flanked by the mini Puaka Hill with the chirping of birds reverberating in the background, it is also popular for hiking and bird watching. Visitors to this island also go kayaking among the mangroves and camp amidst the peaceful settings to watch the sparkling night stars. 

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Siloso Beach

Located on Sentosa Island, the Siloso Beach is renowned for being the hippiest of the three beaches located here (Siloso, Palawan and Tanjong). Siloso is full of people at all times of the day being home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the area. The perfect place for people who love the sun and the sand, Siloso Beach is well known for its outdoor activities, especially beach volleyball.

Interestingly, Siloso Beach is an artificial one, which has been reclaimed using sand that was brought from Indonesia and Malaysia. Siloso Beach Walk is a fun-filled stretch that runs along the length of the beach and is a storehouse of exciting activities and sights. From rollerblades to surfboards, from kayaks to flying trapezes, this resort beach is a storehouse of some of the most amazing adventures and activities!

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Lazarus Island

One of Singapore's best-kept secrets, the Lazarus Island is nestled south of mainland Singapore. Also known as Pulau Sakijang Pelepah, Lazarus Island is connected to the nearby St Johns Island by a concrete walkway. With its breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, the beach is a perfect sandy affair and an ideal spot to soak in the rays and have a picnic.

The eastern beach of Lazarus Island is not a rocky one and is good for swimming. Cat-lovers rejoice, as the island is home to several stray cats and a famous one-eyed cat nicknamed the pirate cat. Feel free to get some cat food to feed these little ones. Those wanting a retreat from the bustle of the city or a break from their monotonous life would have a great time at the island, exploring and relaxing.

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Clark Quay

Famous as a party hub of Singapore, Clark Quay comes to life during the night. Once a hub of commerce during 19th century, today it lives up to its legacy of being a busy center, just with more polish and sheen.

Situated at the mouth of Singapore River, the Clarke Quay is a major tourist attraction flanked by stylish restaurants, high-end boutiques, pushcart vendors with a fusion of Asian and European culture. Also lined up along the river are buzzing nightclubs, river cruise bumboats and floating cafes that make the place SingaporeÍs major wining and dining area. Different eating joints serve various cuisines including fine French and Italian to brew houses and outdoor bars with riverfront view. Bamboo Bar at the Forbidden City, Bar Opiume at the Empress Place, Lunar Asian Fusion Bar and Attica or Canvas are some of the most happening places for after-hour party lovers.

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