The award winning National Gallery Singapore houses the largest public collection of art in Southeast Asia, with over 8,000 artworks. The museum is a celebration of Asian culture, and explores the rich heritage of Singapore, with exhibitions that span from the 19th century to today. It's a magnificent museum filled with breathtaking works of art.
Located in the Chinatown district, the Buddha Tooth Relic & Museum is a magnificent temple complex which houses the claimed relic of Buddha's tooth. The building is beautiful, colourful and wonderfully ornate. It's designed in the style of Tang Dynasty architecture with a display room showcasing the artefact. You can even try local vegetarian food prepared at the temple.
Take a short ferry ride from the city of Singapore and arrive at Bintan Island, a paradise of soft white sands and electric blue waters. Part of the Riau Archipelago, Bintan Island features emerald forests, a coast fringed with palm trees, traditional stilt villages, historic temples and world class golf courses. It's a great place to relax.
Gardens by the Bay is an award winning nature park with multiple gardens spread across 250 acres of land. It's one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore and it's easy to see why. The park is a bright, other-worldly place with supertrees decorated with neon lights, vines and flowers. You'll find spectacular views of Singapore's skyline too.
Ranked as one of the top 100 golf courses in the world by Golf Digest, Sentosa Golf Club has won numerous awards throughout the years. Get ready to tee off and prepare to face some challenging fairways and stunning greens in the most sublime surroundings. There's two courses to choose from: the New Tanjong and the world renowned Serapong.