Plan your travel with Singapore's top activities

A green city with a distinctive ethnic tapestry of the Chinese, Malay, Indian and Western cultures all interwoven in one, Singapore WOW’s visitors with its one-of-a-kind culinary experience, bustling night life and culture. Whether it’s a day on the beach, shopping at a mall or visiting an iconic location, Singapore has a special treat for everyone!

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Places to Explore: Day

Places to Explore: Night

Nightlife Experience

Shop ‘Till You Drop!

Ethnic Shopping

Ethnic Shopping
With its colourful fusion of races, Singapore respresents a treasure trove of ethnic finds. Discover silk in the Chinese neighbourhoods; browse batiks and leather ware in the Malay quarter; and find handicrafts and jewellery in the Indian section.

Malls along Orchard Road

Malls along Orchard Road
Orchard Road is a prime shopping district with countless retailers offering products and services. The long stretch is home to famous brands such as H&M, Forever 21 and Abercrombie & Fitch, as well as various malls. ION Orchard houses boutiques that span every budget, from designer label Prada to fast fashion giant Uniqlo. The revamped Coach boutique at Wisma Atria is the biggest in Southeast Asia, carrying the region's most extensive men's collection.
Wisma Atria:
Ion Orchard:

Quaint Stores at Haji Lane

Quaint Stores at Haji Lane
The historical Arab Quarter has hip cafés, eateries and boutiques. The best shopping haunt here is Haji Lane, filled with independent multi-label stores, such as Monday’s Off, Soon Lee, and Et-I-Kit at the nearby Kandahar Street.


Bugis is filled with countless shops and restaurants. There are malls such as Bugis Junction and Bugis+. For more affordable options, scale down Bugis Street billed as "the largest street-shopping location in Singapore"


Mustafa Centre is Singapore's only 24-hour shopping mall located at Syed Alwi Road in Little India. Within a walking distance from Farrer Park station on the North East Line, Mustafa Centre is a retail hub attracting many shoppers with its wide variety of products and services.

For the Foodies

Taste something different
Be enthralled by the myriad of flavours and spices that characterise Singaporean cuisine. Two very popular hawkers – Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle and the Hong Kong Soya sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle – have been recognised with a 1-Star Michelin, definitely a milestone for street food in the history of the Michelin Guide. This means that Singapore is home to the cheapest Michelin-starred meals in the world. A bowl of bak chor mee (or minced meat noodles) starts from SGD5, while a plate of chicken rice starts from just SGD2.

Do also check out the Chinatown Food Street, Satay by the Bay and Lau Pa Sat, where you can savour more local hawker fare under one roof. Some popular local food includes Fried Kway Teow, Hokkien Prawn Mee, Kaya Toast, Laksa, Nasi Lemak, Rojak, Satay, Roti Prata and more.

Chinatown Food Street

Singapore's multi-ethnic culture and heritage present a multitude of colourful cuisines, each with its unique flavour. Some of our dining recommendations include:

Jumbo Seafood Restaurant

The Blue Ginger Restaurant

The Banana Leaf Apolo

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