- A - Asian Civilisations Museum
Featuring porcelain, statues, decorative art and other examples of Asian history, this is one of Singapore’s most endearing museums. The virtual guides are informative and interactive exhibits ensure that children of all ages are occupied! There is a restaurant and a museum shop located here also.
- B - China Square Flea Market
Singapore has many flea markets all selling a variety of bric-a-brac. Arts & crafts, antiques and clothing are plentiful at these flea markets. China Square’s flea market is amongst the busiest and is open on Sundays.
- C - Jurong Bird Park
Singapore's Jurong Bird Park is one of the finest aviary parks of its kind in the world and a major tourist attraction. There is a spectacular array of birds on display such as eagles, penguins, emus and ostriches and an entertaining show performed by the birds themselves. Popular areas include waterfall aviary and African wetlands.
- D - National Museum of Singapore
Dating back to 1849 this is the oldest of Singapore's museums. This museum was once home to a large zoological collection, which has now moved to Singapore's university. Precious items and artefacts now on display include Singapore Stone and the Golden Ornaments of Sacred Hill.
- E - Ngee Ann City Mall
This large mall is one of Singapore’s more upmarket shopping centers. Designer elegance can be found in shops like Hugo Boss, Cartier and Ralph Lauren whilst there are many more boutiques and eateries in this impressive mall.
- F - Orchard Road
Home to many malls, touristy shops, restaurants and cafes this is the main shopping street in Singapore. This street is abuzz with activity with tourists flocking to the shopping centers. The cinemas and nightlife also further enhance the cosmopolitan feel of the area.
- G - Sentosa Island
Sentosa is Singapore's holiday island with beautiful beaches and a number of tourist attractions such as the Fountain Gardens, Butterfly Park and Carlsberg Sky Tower. The most popular way of accessing the island is by cable car.
- H - Singapore Botanic Gardens
This 157 acre botanic garden offers a myriad of delights including streams, walkways, flowers, shrubbery and a small tropical rainforest. The calmness and serenity in the gardens can be a joy to experience and it should be placed high on your itinerary of places to visit whilst in Singapore.
- I - Singapore Flyer
Launched in March 2008 the Singapore Flyer is the world’s tallest observation wheel. The wheel stands 165 meters high and each revolution of the wheel takes approximately 30 minutes allowing visitors a magnificent view across the city. The Singapore Flyer is taller than the London Eye attraction in London.
- J - Singapore Zoo
As with most zoos nowadays Singapore’s zoo showcases the animals in open exhibits in a lovely landscaped environment. The zoo is home to 315 species totalling 2,530 creatures and is visited by 1.4 million visitors a year.
- K - Suntec City Mall
Suntec City Mall is one of the largest malls in Singapore with over 300 shops. Shops include Polo Jeans, Nike, Harvey Norman and Toys R Us, whilst the fountain of wealth located here allows you to take in one of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks whilst shopping.
- L - The Night Safari
This nocturnal zoo is a hugely popular Singapore attraction. Animals are separated by moats rather than conventional cages and you can expect to encounter animals such as rhinos and a host of other animals as well as enjoying a "creatures of the night" show performed by the animals themselves.
- M - The Paragon
Shops in this large mall in Singapore include Marks & Spencer, Armani, Benetton and Diesel. Shops vary from international brand names, upmarket boutiques to local department stores along with a range of dining choices.
- N - Thian Hock Keng Temple
This Taoist temple is the oldest temple of its kind in Singapore. The temple was built from 1839 to 1842 and it has glorious colored architecture featuring statues, decorations and shrines. The temple is one of Singapore’s treasures and definitely worth seeing.