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Take an interesting insight into life outside the city! Visit Changi Chapel and Museum Bright Hill T...
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This 2-hour evening tour will uncover fascinating secrets behind the mesmerising sculptures of Haw P...
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This 2-hour evening experience will uncover fascinating secrets behind the mesmerising sculptures o...
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Formerly the Tiger Balm Gardens, this is the former site of the villa of the Tiger Balm brothers, Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par, now packed with an incredibly bizarre assortment of statues illustrating Chinese legends and moral values.
Formerly the Tiger Balm Gardens, this is the former site of the villa of the Tiger Balm brothers, Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par, now packed with an incredibly bizarre assortment of statues illustrating Chinese legends and moral values. The most famous bit is the Ten Courts of Hell, which demonstrate in gruesome detail how sinners get punished in the underworld: for example, ingratitude is punished by grilling on a red hot copper pillar, while cheating in exams merits having your body dismembered and your intestines pulled out.
262 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore
+65 6872 2780
Small but well-implemented commemorative museum for the last stand of the Malay Regiment in World War II's Battle of Bukit Chandu
Opened in May 2005, there are two ways of looking at these two restored British-era bunkers: either they're done a pretty good job of making a tunnel interesting, or even if you dress it up with spot lights and recorded booms, it's still just a bunch of tunnels
This is an aquarium where there is a collection of marine species from the Gulf of Thailand
Formerly the largest British naval base in Fortress Singapore, its guns staring balefully out towards the sea in preparation for enemy attack
Once considered among the finest botanical gardens in the British empire, and still a firm favorite for visitors and locals alike
This is where you can spot Singapore's national flower, the Vanda Miss Joaquim orchid, and many more
Located at the fringes of Chinatown among a row of shophouses, the Baba House is a showcase of Peranakan culture in Singapore and features traditional furnishings typical of Straits Chinese households
An excellent museum chronicling how Chinatown came to be and the privation suffered by early migrants
Tiny little museum tucked away across the Chinatown Heritage Centre; the entrance is well-hidden, but generally marked out by nondescript display cases