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Sentosa Merlion Tower

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 30 Min Duration

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Sentosa Afternoon Till Sunset Trip with Singapore Cable Car Ride

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   6 hours and 30 minutes

$75

Take the cable car from Mount Faber to Sentosa and enjoy the island resorts top attractions! Visit S...

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Sentosa Merlion Tower

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 30 Min Duration

$7

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Sentosa Merlion Tower Admission Ticket

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 60 minutes

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Singapore Half-Day City Tour

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 3 hours 30 minutes

$25

...-racial Singapore. You get to visit The Merlion, Singapore Botanic Gardens, the National Orchid Garden, Chinatown and Li...

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Half-Day Singapore City Tour

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 3.5 hour

$26

...s Civic District. From natural views at Merlion Park's Marina Bay to the impressive Thian Hock Keng Temple, today, you c...

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Singapore: Big Bus Open-Top Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour

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    1 day

$34

See the best of Singapore onboard an open-top double-decker bus. Cruise by iconic landmarks like the...

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Singapore's Famous Sights & Secrets Private Tour

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 4 hour

$43

See all the essential sights of Singapore and discover some hidden gems that only locals know about ...

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Singapore Night Sightseeing Tour with Gardens by the Bay, Bumboat Ride and Bugis Street

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 3 hours 30 minutes

$32

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 During this nighttime tour, combine three adventures to experience the best of Singapo...

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Sentosa: Madame Tussauds + Cable Car Combo

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    1 day

$31

Ride to The State of Fun, Sentosa Island, on a cable car. Alight at Merlion Station, then discover c...

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Singapore Flyer and 7 Lines City Sightseeing Hop-On Tour (2 Day Pass)

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 1 to 2 days

$59

See the best of Singapore onboard an open-top, double-decker bus. Cruise by iconi...

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Private Full-Day Tour of Singapore with River Cruise

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   5 hours

$234

This private full day tour will start with a leisurely Singapore River cruise whe...

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Singapore: Off the Beaten Path 4-Hour Guided Walking Tour

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 4 hour

$44

Immerse yourself in the home of famous Merlion with this 4-hours walking tour that will take you bey...

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Singapore Half-Day City Tour

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 3.5 hour

$57

...ngapore's main attractions. Drive around the Civic District, stop at Merlion Park, contemplate Marina Bay and much more.

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Singapore Private Night Tour

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 4 hours

$375

Enjoy the best of Singapore City during the 4-hour night tour for private group o...

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Private Customised Shore Excursion in Singapore By Car

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 4 to 8 hrs

$430

An 4, 6 or 8-hour private customised Singapore city tour by private vehicle start...

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Private Tour:Experiencing Singapore In Full Day Including Lunch

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 6 to 8 hrs

$215

Discover the major sights of Singapore on a private. You’ll see S.E.A. Aquarium. ...

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Singapore in a Nutshell: Chinatown, National Orchid Garden, Thian Hock Keng Temple and more!

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 3½ hours (approx)

$26

...ity in just one day! This tour features Merlion Park, Chinatown and Little India Entrance to the National Orchid Garden ...

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Merlion, Singapore

Singapore's official symbol, 8.6 meters tall and weighing 70 tons, spouts water daily on the south bank of the mouth of the Singapore river.

Singapore's official symbol, 8.6 meters tall and weighing 70 tons, spouts water daily on the south bank of the mouth of the Singapore river. (The statue previously resided further down the river, but was moved in 2002 after the opening of the Esplanade Bridge.) Designed by the Singapore Tourist Promotion Board in 1964, many a commentator has pondered on the inherent contradictions of a creature that is half-cat, half-fish. Any time of night or day, a steady stream of tourists troops up to see the mythical beast, and a purpose-built pier lets you take pictures with the Merlion and the CBD in the background. When paying your respects, don't miss the bite-sized Mini-Merlion (officially the 'Merlion cub'), a mere two meters tall, just 28m away towards the bridge.


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About Merlion

 Merlion Park

Merlion and Nearby Sights on Map

Raffles Statue

This statue of Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, is built on the (supposed) exact spot where he first landed

Asian Civilisations Museum

One of Singapore's newest, largest and best-presented museums

1-Altitude Viewing Gallery

Viewing gallery opened in 2010 at the rooftop of OUB Centre offers an unparalleled 360-degree view of Singapore from the highest point in the city-state at 282 metres

Sands SkyPark

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

Mint Museum of Toys

Built to house the 50,000-piece toy collection of local enthusiast Chang Yang Fa, the contents of this five-story building covers come from 25 countries and span over a century of 'Moments of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys' (hence MINT), with everything from wind-up toys to Darth Vader masks

Telok Ayer Market

Singapore Flyer

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

Jamae Mosque

One of Singapore's oldest mosques, built in the 1830s by Tamil Muslims in an Indian style

Thian Hock Keng Temple

The oldest Hokkien temple in Singapore, dating back to 1821, although the structure was thoroughly refurbished in 2000

Peranakan Museum

Formerly a branch of the ACM, now reborn as a standalone museum dedicated to the exuberantly colourful culture of the Peranakans, the Malay-Chinese and Malay-Indian traders who had a major impact on the Straits Settlements