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An unusual Muslim shrine (not a mosque) atop a small hill, dedicated to the saint Syed Abdul Rahman and his family, who lived here in the 19th century.
An unusual Muslim shrine (not a mosque) atop a small hill, dedicated to the saint Syed Abdul Rahman and his family, who lived here in the 19th century. The shrine is painted bright yellow and is visited in particular by childless couples.
An unassuming little Taoist temple dedicated to the Merchant God
Has cute pink dolphins doing all the usual tricks (jumping through hoops, balancing balls, etc)
Has Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster and a gigantic wave pool
Singapore's single most dramatic landmark, the SkyPark defies gravity, perched 55 stories above the ground like a surfboard on top of the three hotel towers
The free Outdoor Gardens are themed around plants important to Singapore history and culture
Provides an educational look at the inner workings of a reservoir and the move towards environmental sustainability
Counted among the world's largest giant observation wheels, the 165 metre high Singapore Flyer offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Marina Bay and Singapore
The first Universal Studios theme park in Southeast Asia opened its doors in March 2010
The Merlion is a well-known symbol of Singapore and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city-state