Using extensive travel data from all around the world, we've created a list of the top 10 attractions for each city. Lists are updated with unique and seasonal attractions in real time, so be sure to check back!
What travelers say:"#triplocalspend some quality with my favourite person for our anniversary celebration @ yotel 🇸🇬! everything was splendid there! we really had a lovely time over there and I whole love to go back there again. a futuristic and thoughtful place to unwind and take a break! I would say it a great place:) try it out if y’all can! APPROVED!!!"
What travelers say:"Haji Lane is a multi-ethnic and colorful street with a long, decorative design of Southeast Asian culture, the visit is also interesting, lots of good things to see and lots of infrastructure"
What travelers say:"The Longhua Garden of the Buddhist Temple is one of the most famous Chinese Buddhist temples in Singapore. The whole structure of the temple is very large and luxurious. It is also a typical ancient Chinese characteristic temple. The Buddhist Temple offers many Buddhist statues and has a large interior space."
What travelers say:"Very large mosque, very close to the city center, from the hotel door to the golden dome is very eye-catching, the mosque around a lot of snack street, breakfast in the morning can be bought."
What travelers say:"St. Andrei's Church, the first of the largest Anglican churches in Singapore, was designed and built by Colonel Ronald McPherson in 1856 to replace the old church built earlier in memory of Sir Stanford Raffles, which was an early British Gothic building. The white gothic church, with its high spires in the sky and high-rises all around it, is aristocratic, and many local couples in singapore choose to take wedding photos here. Since the arrival of the Governor Sir Raffles in 1819, Singapore has taken a modern step, with a large influx of immigrants and a variety of religious cultures in bloom. The church was built to look after the British diaspora, give them a temple to worship, and then gradually become a gospel to the local people of all ethnic groups."
What travelers say:"The Temple of the Hindu in Amman is very special, with hundreds of small sculptures sitting on the roof of the temple, the colorful dresses are very special, similar to the religious customs of Indians, the visit to this temple is also interesting to learn about the culture of the following foreign countries"
What travelers say:"Jammei Mosque is not big, very close to Chinatown. This is one of the earliest churches in Singapore, and the elegant colors are impressive. However, when we passed by, it might have passed the opening hours and could not go in for a visit. It's a pity"
What travelers say:"I’m really impressed by the structure and art design of this temple. Located near to Telok Ayer MRT. Most convenient temple to visit. Also one of the main places of interest in Singapore ."
What travelers say:"The Native Chinese Museum is not big, in an old building two or three stories high. The museum introduces us to the history of the Chinese in Singapore. It is a bit like a folklore, very good."
What travelers say:"one of the last of the "street hawkers" in Sginteresting shops and dealslocal fruits like durian mango etcnearby are trisaws waiting to bring u on a unique experience of first world singapore and 3rd world tricycle. lots of interesting tourist stuffs for sale and street snacks"