A GUIDE TO SINGAPORE

 

SIGHTS & TO DO

National Gallery OF SIngapore

What was a former Supreme Court and City Hall, this stunning building now houses some amazing artworks of Singapore and South-East Asia in a beautiful minimal yet classic space. The gift shop is a must visit too. 

1 Saint Andrew's Road, Singapore

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Marina Bay Sands

A luxury hotel consisting of three high-rise towers and with an infinity pool, restaurant and bar on top of the three towers. If you're not staying at the hotel, the Observation Deck is a must see for amazing ocean and city views.

10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore

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Gardens By The Bay

A nature park built over reclaimed land and in the same vicinity as Marina Bay Sands. If you're a nature lover this one's for you, Gardens by the Bay consists of three gardens to explore.

18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore

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PINNACLE @ DUXTON

A 50-storey residential development located in Chinatown, this complex features the world's two longest sky gardens spanning at 500 metres each on both the 26th and 50th storey. The 50th storey is open to the public for SG$5.00 per person. 

1 Cantonment Road, Singapore

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SINGAPORE ZOO

Known as the world's best rainforest zoo, Singapore Zoo is a must visit.

80 Mandan Lake Road, Singapore

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Sentosa Island

An island that accessible via MRT, here you can find Universal Studios, the SEA Aquarium and various beaches.

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Universal Studios

I haven't been because I'm not a fan of rollercoasters... but... just putting it out there for you guys.

Located on Sentosa Island, Singapore

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The Esplanade

Showing off the bay area of Singapore with the iconic Marina Bay Sands directly across from you, this place is probably one of my favourite areas to sit back and relax. Beware of the copious amounts of tourists that are in the area though. 

1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore

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Clarke Quay

A historical riverside and a popular tourist spot. It's pretty quiet during the day and generally wakes up around 12 noon to cater for lunch through to dinner and drinks. There is a great selection of restaurants, bars and clubs here. 

3 River Valley Road, Singapore

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Bugis Junction

The famous Bugis Junction is a hot spot for the younger demographics with one of it's famous streets featuring a wide variety of market stalls to shop at as well as neighbouring shopping malls. 

200 Victoria Street, Singapore

Chinatown

A small district filled with alleyways, street hawkers and markets. A definite must see if you're visiting Singapore for the first time. 

Chinatown, Singapore

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HAJI LANE

Located near Little India, this little lane is full of independent fashion boutiques, cafes and bars.

Haji Lane, Singapore

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Hanging out in the bay area.

Hanging out in the bay area.

The Cloud Dome at Gardens By The Bay.

The Cloud Dome at Gardens By The Bay.

Coffee, always. Enjoying this one at a little cafe inside the National Gallery of Singapore.

Coffee, always. Enjoying this one at a little cafe inside the National Gallery of Singapore.

At the top of Pinnacle @ Duxton.

At the top of Pinnacle @ Duxton.

At the iconic, Raffles Hotel.

 

COFFEE & EATS

Maxwell Food Centre

A traditional food centre in Chinatown featuring hawkers stalls, this is where some of the best food in Singapore is located.

1 Kadayanallur Road, Singapore

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Toast Box

For traditional Singaporean breakfast eats, this is the place to be. These guys can be found all over Singapore and offer traditional tea, coffee, and toast sets. You can find us here every morning when we visit. 

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PUNCH

A minimalist inspired space offering breakfast, lunch and good coffee.

32 North Canal Road, Singapore

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Nylon Coffee Roasters

Hidden on the ground floor of a HDB building, this is great for a quick stop for specialty coffee.

4 Everton Park #01-40, Singapore

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Lau Pa Sat

Aka Satay Night Market/Satay Street. This is a bit of a tourist spot located in the downtown area offering ridiculous amounts of satay from various local vendors while you dine in the street. Be prepare to be heckled, but it's worth it. 

18 Raffles Quay, Singapore

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Naughty treats at Punch.

Naughty treats at Punch.

Matcha crepe cake at Lady M. 

Matcha crepe cake at Lady M. 

$1 juices at Bugis Junction.

A traditional Singapore breakfast with Toast Box with eggs, kaya toast and a coffee.

A traditional Singapore breakfast with Toast Box with eggs, kaya toast and a coffee.

 

SHOP

Orchard Road

The main shopping district in Singapore. The road is lined with numerous malls filled with stores and places to eat.

Orchard Road, Singapore

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Shoppes @ MBS

A high end shopping mall full of your favourite designers. 

10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore

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The Editor's Market

A local-based streetstyle, alternative and minimal clothing store. 

501 Orchard Rd, #B2-09/10, Singapore

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STAY

Marina Bay Sands

This is something that you need to experience at least once in your life. 

10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore

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Lloyd's Inn

A minimalistic boutique hotel located about a 5 minute walk from Orchard Road.  A great location if you want to stay central to the main area of the city. 

2 Lloyd Road, Singapore

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Big Hotel

A boutique hotel located in Bugis. This one is by far our favourite, although it's not close to the city the area is full of younger demographics.

200 Middle Road, Singapore

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Morning coffees at The BIG Hotel.

Morning coffees at The BIG Hotel.

Enjoy xx