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Singapore Popular Places to Visit

Dream Drive

Have you ever dreamed of climbing behind the wheel of your favourite supercar? Dream Drive gives you access to some of the world’s most exclusive supercars, and treat you to an unforgettable experience. Your Lamborghini, Audi R8, or Maserati will growl its way through the gears, as you blast around Singapore’s famed F1 street circuit. Enjoy the beautiful Singapore skyline, with sights like the Marina Bay Sands and the Flyer. Going for a Dream Drive is a supercar experience that you will never forget, DREAM DRIVE make yours come true!


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Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

Get a piece of Singapore's best view.
 & Take in the stunning views from the Sky Park @ Marina Bay Sands.
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Alive Museum

Creative Tong Korea owns Alive Museum. Adval Brand Group is the official licencee and marketing agent of Alive Museum in Singapore and globally outside of Korea, and works closely with Creative Tong Korea and Creative Tong Asia to make Alive Museum Singapore a success.

Adval Brand Group Pte Ltd was started in 1999 by Ms Patsy Ong Hahl and Mr Tom Hahl. Since then, the company has established itself as a key player in the growing tourism sector in Singapore and Asia. Adval’s main focus is in the branding, sales and marketing of leisure and tourism projects and businesses related to these projects.



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Singapore Zoo

Spend some time with our playful Asian small-clawed otters at Rainforest Walk before heading to Gibbon Island to visit our energetic primates. Go on to witness how our gentle jumbos get cleaned up at the Elephant Bathing area and treat them to some fruit snacks during the token feeding session. 
Proceed to see how our Californian sea lion shows off his water skills at the Splash Safari Show at Shaw Foundation Amphitheatre. Get seated at the wet area if you fancy getting splashed! Next, stroll around Primate Kingdom to marvel at our large collection of agile tree-dwellers. 
Do not miss the Elephants at Work and Play Show  at 11.30am at the Elephants of Asia exhibit to catch our gentle giants getting down to business or see what sort of mischief they get up to. 
Not too far away, you can visit our award-winning Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia exhibit that features a troop of close to 90 hamadryas baboons and other Ethiopian creatures. You will also experience the native Ethiopian lifestyle with recreations of rustic tribal villages and artifacts.
Another must visit, is the fragile forest where this walk-through recreation of a rainforest allows you to come up close with our critters such as the free-ranging mousedeers, lemurs and sloths. 
Take the tram from Tram Stop 2 and alight at the final point (near the free-ranging orang utan island). Walk 5-8 minutes to the exit (main entrance) and don’t forget to bring back some attractive souvenirs from the zoo shop. 
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S.e.a. Aquarium

Begin the journey by travelling back in time to discover Asia's maritime heritage at The Maritime Experiential Museum™. Then enter and explore the marine realm of S.E.A. Aquarium™, home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species, across into 49 different habitats, each one as fascinating as the next. It's an experience you won’t forget.

  • Shipwreck Habitat | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Strait of Karimata & Java Sea

    Venture through the fascinating world beneath the Strait of Karimata, located on the lower-eastern side of Sumatra, and be astounded by a monumental shipwreck with a splintered hull that has evolved into a thriving marine habitat.

    See how squadrons of pompano, threadfin trevally and batfish and other marine animals such as goliath grouper and Napoleon wrasse seek refuge within and near the shipwreck as they cruise through the waters of the Java Sea.

    From once carrying treasures across the ocean, to now harbouring the ocean’s marine life treasures, shipwrecks continue to shape the world beneath the oceans and seas. Find out how the Shipwreck Habitat was created.
  • Discovery Touch Pool | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Strait of Malacca & Andaman Sea

    Go on a wondrous underwater journey through the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea where fascinating ‘magnified’ encounters with marine life await.

    Walk across a floor of glass and watch the predators and other ocean denizens swim right beneath your feet! Further ahead, explore the waters of Singapore and seagrass habitats of Malacca, home to lively leopard and blue flasher wrasses.

    Treat your children and the child in you to an interactive learning experience as our Mariner shares lessons about the knobbly sea star, pencil sea urchin, sea cucumber and more at our Discovery Touch Pool.

    Read more about how the Strait of Malacca & Andaman Sea is the perfect nurturing grounds for fishes before they venture out into the open ocean.

  • Longnosed Hawkfish | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Bay of Bengal & Laccadive Sea

    Uncover the mysteries of the Sundarbans Mangrove, home to a myriad of endangered plants and animals found along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Discover mangrove inhabitants such as mudskippers, spotted scats, archerfish and silver batfish that use the extensive network of mangrove tree roots as nesting and nursery areas.

    Around the corner, spy on curious spotted garden eels popping in and out of their sand burrows and “find Nemo” as well as reef lobsters, white-rayed antenna gobies, long-nose hawkfish and other jewels of the Coral Reef.

    Further along lies the Patch Reef of Brain Corals and majestic Staghorn Corals, leading to a reef drop similar to those found in the Laccadive Sea, teeming with unique fish species such as the queen angelfish, yellowface angelfish, imperator angelfish and others.

    Find out more about the Bay of Bengal on our S.E.A. Aquarium blog.
  • School of Moon Jellyfish | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Ocean Journey

    As you make your way further into the ocean, come face-to-face with our indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins. Learn the surprising facts about these speedy swimmers as they enthrall you with their underwater grace and prowess.

    Nearby, immerse yourself in the magical and mesmerising world of synchronised fish! Few marine scenes are more intriguing and hypnotic than a school of fish swimming in unison. In an instant, the school changes direction with none of the fish colliding into one another.

    Check out the cool marine life in the Cold Water habitats such as giant spider crab, chambered nautilus and other unique species. Recharge your energy with the electrifying pulsating dances of the translucent sea jelly species like the trailing long-tentacled lion’s mane sea jelly, the captivating neon blue sea jelly and the larger-than-life moon sea jelly.

    Read about the highlights of the Ocean Journey zone.

  • Largest Aquarium in the world | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Open Ocean

    No other place brings you closer to a more diverse collection of marine life than the Open Ocean experience. Let your imagination swim as a panoramic marine vista engulfs you. This magical realm is home to gentle giants of the sea including the leopard shark, goliath grouper, saw fish, mahi mahi and a never-before-seen squadron of magnificent manta rays. Watch poetry in motion as glittering schools of scads, fusiliers and rainbow runners create a continuous dance in perfect unison.
  • Blue Spotted Stingray | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Persian Gulf & Arabian Sea

    The warm waters of the Arabian Sea and the Persian Gulf make up one of the largest marine sanctuaries in the world. Viewed from the rugged and harsh Rocky Shore of the Gulf, you will encounter blue-spotted stingray and be mesmerised by schools of glistening sweeper and silver batfish. You also will delight in meeting rocky shore inhabitants like the sally lightfoot crab, the spider-like eight-armed seastar and other unusual semi-aquatic creatures.

    Discover the captivating underwater hanging gardens – both the iridescent Soft Coral Garden and the Overhanging Coral Reef where curious reef fish like the broomtail wrasse, purple tang and yellowband swim and frolic amongst these colourful living colonies.
  • Yellow Cowfish | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Red Sea

    Often called the “rainforest of the sea”, the Red Sea is home to a diverse range of soft and hard corals because of its warm waters and high salt content. The Coral Reef habitat offers glimpses of a vast array of marine life in one of the most beautiful ecosystems in the world. Watch in wonder as warm-water fish like fairy basslet, yellow boxfish, orange striped triggerfish, fire shrimp and long-horned cowfish swim amongst sea fans and coral colonies.
  • Frontosa Cichlid Fish | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    East Africa

    As you travel across the Great Lakes of East Africa, be awestruck by the tremendous diversity of fish, many of which evolved within the lakes and are found nowhere else in the world. The two freshwater lake habitats of Africa, Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika, are home to an astounding variety of fish adorned in all colours of the rainbow. Some of the native african cichlids include the frontosa, kribensis, and mbuna, which share their home with the predatory african tigerfish armed with dagger-shaped, interlocking teeth. They are often found near the lake bed and hunt in fierce, voracious packs. It is no wonder that they are considered the piranhas of Africa!
  • Moray Eel | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    South China Sea

    The colourful bright stripes on the body and fins of the lionfish serve as a warning to all, as they swim by confidently displaying their poisonous outstretched barbs. Try to spot a variety of lobsters hiding amongst the rocks and rubble surrounding the ship’s anchor as squirrelfish and soldierfish hide under the reef overhangs

    The moray eel habitat is not to be missed. Kids can crawl into a “cave” and pop their heads through a dome for up-close views of the moray eels in their niches and crevices.
  • Shark Seas | S.E.A. Aquarium | Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

    Shark Seas

    Showcasing the majestic predators of the marine realm, Shark Seas is one awe-inspiring habitat that you will remember forever. Be transported right into an exciting world of various shark species. There are many that you will see for the very first time together with endangered species such as thescalloped hammerhead shark, the powerful and aggressive silvertip shark, and the sandbar shark - one of the largest coastal sharks in the world. Marvel at the strength and grace of these remarkable creatures that have inhabited the earth for over 420 million years!
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Duck Tour

Ride the Wacky DUCK and have a splashing fun time!

There is no better way to tour Singapore than catching a ride on the ORIGINAL DUCKtours! Embark on a land and sea adventure on a remodeled WWII amphibious Vietnamese war craft that promises you the best tour experience. This hour-long journey brings you up close to Singapore's famous skyline, historical landmarks and gorgeous bay view.


  • Fountain of Wealth - Accorded as the "World's Largest Fountain" in Guinness Book of Record, the water flowing from the fountain is a symbol of wealth and the essence of life.
  • Singapore Flyer - Feast your eyes on Singapore's magnificent cityscape from a height of 165m on the world's largest observation wheel.
  • Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay - Check out this architectural icon with its distinctive twin shells, which houses world-class performance spaces.
  • Civic District - See Cenotaph - Singapore's first major war memorial, the Singapore Cricket Club - one of Singapore's oldest and premier members' only clubs and more.
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Garden By The Bay

Tour Highlights: Flower Dome & Cloud Forest [Additional Activities pax need to purchase themself inside the Garden By The Bay]

Explore Singapore's latest National Gardens-Garden by the Bay, Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares.
Make your way to two climate conservatories- Flower Dome, wander amongst thousand-year-old olive trees and unusual Baobabs of the cool-dry Mediterranean and subtropical regions as you take in sights of the changing seasonal floral display.
Step into the world of the Cloud  Forest and explore the highlands amidst orchids, pitcher plants and ferns from the cool- moist Tropical Montane region, complete with a 35-metre man-made mountain and waterfall.
Look up in awe at dramatic vertical plant displays amidst our 18 supertrees at the Supertrees Grove or enjoy a bird's eye view form the 22-metre high OCBC Skyway. And when night falls, the Supertrees come to life with spectacular light and sound show at 7.45pm and 8.45pm nightly.
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Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel (outside United States). Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay, our island city and beyond. There’s also a wide range of shops, restaurants, activities and facilities. 

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Night Safari

Kick off your adventure at the world’s first and only Night Safari with an exciting Thumbuakar performance as the ethnic dancers heat up your night with their energy, rhythm and amazing fire-eating skills.  
Thereafter, hop on board an exciting tram ride with live commentary and begin your 40-minute wildlife expedition through 7 geographical zones of the world, beginning with the Himalayan Foothills, Indian Subcontinent and Equatorial Africa. Be greeted by the Himalayan tahrs and bharals as they graze into the night. Keep an eye out for the striped hyenas and the endangered Gir lions at the Indian Subcontinent. At the plains of Equatorial Africa, you will see giraffes, zebras, hippopotami and more.
For up close viewing of animals, alight at East Lodge and embark on the Leopard Trail. 
Catch the beautiful leopards in action as you observe them up close through the glass windows of the viewing gallery. Not to be missed here is the walk-through habitat housing the giant flying squirrels. Watch in awe as they glide from tree to tree, sometimes coming down for a landing on the lower branches near you. 
Hop back onto the tram and continue the rest of the journey with Indo-Malayan Region, Asian Riverine Forest, Nepalese River Valley and the Burmese Hillside.
Along the Indo-Malayan route,you will see the endangered Malayan tiger. As the tram meanders into the Asian Riverine Forest, keep your eyes peeled to the tapirs foraging for leaves and be greeted by a herd of Asian elephants!  Other animals to look out for on the remaining journey are the sambar deer, greater Asian rhinoceros, thamins and more.
For the finale, proceed to watch the “Creatures of the Night Show”.  This 20-minute animal extravaganza will thrill you as you witness the natural talents of the otter, binturong, civet and more. Watch, learn, be entertained and even be part of the act. 
Return back to the hotel by coach.
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Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore
At Resorts WorldTM  Sentosa  Singapore, discovers a world of entertainment unlike anything you’ve experienced.
Go beyond the screen and Ride The MoviesTM at Universal Studios Singapore. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favorite blockbuster films and television series, including TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Shrek 4-D Adventure, Revenge of the MummyTM ,Madagascar: A Crate Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids AdventureTM   Battlestar  Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLONTM dueling coasters and more!
The Maritime Experiential Museum
Experience Asia’s rich maritime history at The Maritime Experiential Museum, an interactive multi-sensorial museum for the whole family.
Take an interactive journey along the ancient Maritime Silk Route and experience a terrifying shipwreck in the 360 degrees multi sensory Typhoon Theatre. Then discover an array of precious artifacts from the Baku Shipwreck and Temasek archaeological site, which awaits you at the Maritime Archaeology Gallery.
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