Top 5 Singapore tourist attractions are Merlion and Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Botanic Gardens, Orchard Road and Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore Zoo, as well as … Continue reading →
G-X5 Extreme Swing & Trampoline Bungy tourist attraction in Singapore is located within Clarke Quay area, at 3E River Valley Road.
Designed and engineered in New Zealand, the attraction enables … Continue reading →
Big Bus Tours, a great choice for hop on hop off bus in Singapore, has a service counter within Suntec City Tourist Hub, at 3 Temasek Boulevard.
With the company, … Continue reading →
You can discover Madame Tussauds Singapore tourist attraction from within Sentosa Island, at 40 Imbiah Road.
Founded by French wax sculptor Marie Tussaud in London (UK) in 1835, and in … Continue reading →
Cable Car Sky Dining experience, operated by Mount Faber Leisure Group, is available within Singapore’s Faber Peak, at 109 Mount Faber Road.
The dining experience takes places on board Singapore … Continue reading →
City Scoot, a popular choice for bicycle rentals in Singapore, has two locations available, one within The Esplanade Mall (8 Raffles Avenue).
Founded in June 2017, the company’s outlets are … Continue reading →
The Grande Whisky Collection, a whisky museum in Singapore with a tour & store available, operates within ION Orchard mall (2 Orchard Turn).
A whisky museum tour & store created … Continue reading →
Trapped Escape Room in Singapore operates within The Cathay shopping centre, at 2 Handy Road.
The place offers an experiential attraction, where a group of players have to work together … Continue reading →
The Cathay Gallery is a cinema museum in Singapore, catering especially to those who love movies and filmmaking, and located within The Cathay mall (2 Handy Road).
The movie museum, … Continue reading →
Gogreen Segway, a popular choice for Segway tours in Singapore, operates within Sentosa Island, at 51 Siloso Beach Walk.
The tours and Segway rentals are operated by Gogreen Holdings Pte … Continue reading →