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MacRitchie Reservoir, Singapore
The MacRitchie Reservoir is one of four reservoirs in the heart of Singapore at the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, where the surrounding forests are protected as national parks to ensure the quality of the water. Though unfortunately not...
41 Cambridge Rd, Singapore 210041
Farrer Park is a neighborhood in transition at the northern end of Little India. Trendy cafes have popped up across from a famous bak kut teh (pork rib soup) shop, and older housing estates are now sharing space with newer condominium...
42 Cambridge Rd, Singapore 210042
There are lots of trendy espresso coffee shops in the Farrer Park neighborhood, but for coffee Singaporean-style try a kopi from Soon Seng Coffee Stall in Pek Kio Food Center (or any of the other myriad local kopi stalls all over the island). Kopi...
347 Serangoon Rd, Singapore
Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple is a popular landmark in Little India, where much of Singapore’s sizable Tamil Hindu community works and worships. Originally a simple building on a plot of land, the temple became something entirely different in...
10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore 228211
Singapore has embraced brunch in a big way. One option—found at most major hotels—is a lavish, all-you-can-eat brunch with freely flowing champagne. Prices and selection will vary slightly among them. The Marina Mandarin has a pool-bar with lounge...
30 Seng Poh Road, Singapore 168898
Many of the buildings in Tiong Bahru, a neighborhood near Chinatown, were built in the 1930s when the Singapore government undertook one of its first housing development projects. The two-story Tiong Bahru Market, which was completed in 2006 but...
160 Owen Rd, Singapore 218953
L'etoile is a two-story cafe that could be your mother's living room if she were French and lived in a restored shophouse in Singapore. It's a lovely place to grab a coffee and a cupcake and rest up after a long, hot afternoon of exploring Little...
11 Cove Drive, #01-01, Sentosa Cove, Singapore 098497
If you're feeling flush, rent a yacht for an afternoon and sail from Sentosa to Singapore's southern islands. When the weather is fine, there's nothing like a swim near Saint John's island or drinks and snacks on your very own boat with 20 of your...
8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Sentosa’s S.E.A. Aquarium is the world’s largest and is home to thousands of marine life species. An open tank behind the world’s largest acrylic viewing panel showcases rays swimming in formation and playful sharks biting each other’s tails. With...
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