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MINT Museum of Toys

Discover the magic of nostalgia with vintage toys from over 40 countries at MINT Museum of Toys.Spanning from the 1840’s to the 1970’s, the collection , which includes rare collecatables, is made up of over 8,000 toys spread across four thematic levels and two enamel sign galleries. When the sun sets, the rooftop and basement enamel sign galleries transforms into to Mr Punch Public House, a gastropub that serves modern European cuisine and hearty punches great for sharing.

 

Promotion:One Adult Admission Ticket when you flash  your STP Plus card. Offer ends 29 December 2017. Other T&Cs may apply.

 

Address 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
Website www.emint.com
Operating hours

Daily 9:30am – 6:30pm

Admission Charge Adult - $15
Child (ages 2 -12) - $7.50
Senior (ages 60 and up) - $7.50 
Transport City Hall MRT Station (EW13/NS25)
Esplanade MRT Station (CC3)
Bugis MRT Station (EW12/DT14)
 
 

 

Gardens by the Bay


Gardens by the Bay is an award-winning horticultural attraction that houses over 380 thousand plants and is just a five-minute walk from the city. You can find over 380,000 rare plants within its grounds that span a massive 101 hectares, a perfect walk which offers a bird’s eye view of the Gardens and the Marina Bay urban area.

 

Address 18 Marina Gardens Drive
Website www.gardensbythebay.com.sg
Operating hours

Attractions: 9am – 9pm 
Outdoor Garden: 5am - 2am

Admission Charge Free admission to Outdoor Garden
Transport Marina Bay MRT Station (NS27/CE2) or Bayfront MRT Station (CE1)

 

Singapore Botanic Gardens


The Singapore Botanic Gardens is Singapore’s first UNESCO Heritage Site, and the only tropical garden of three gardens being honoured. It features the world’s largest orchid display – National Orchid Garden, with over 60,000 plants and orchids. There is also the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden – Asia’s first children’s garden – which is a natural playground for all children to discover and learn about the intricacies of plant life. With close proximity to Orchard Road, the grounds are perfect for both morning and evening strolls and also, a picnic with your loved ones.

 

Address 1 Cluny Road
Website http://sbg.org.sg
Operating hours

5am – 12am

Admission Charge Free admission
Transport Botanics Gardens MRT Station (CC19)
 
 
 
 

MacRitchie Nature Trails


Popular with nature lovers and runners. With interpretative signboards along the boardwalk, the MacRitchie Nature Trail offers a self-guided tour through the scenic forest. As you walk along the footpaths, there is a popular attraction – the HSBC TreeTop Walk, a 250-metre aerial free standing suspension bridge spanning Bukit Pierce and Bukit Kalang. Standing between the two highest points in MacRitchie, it provides breathtaking view of the surrounding areas. 

 

Address MacRitchie Reservoir Park
Website www.nparks.gov.sg
Operating hours

7am – 7pm

Admission Charge Free Admission
Transport Buses 132 or 167

 

National Gallery Singapore


The latest addition to the visual art scene in Singapore – National Gallery features the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Visit the former Supreme Court and City Hall, and be marvelled at the stunning transformation.

 

Address 1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #01-01, Singapore 178957
Website www.nationalgallery.sg
Operating hours

Daily 10am – 7pm

Admission Charge $20 per person
Transport City Hall MRT Station (EW13, NS25) and take Exit B
 
 
 

National Museum of Singapore


Being the largest museum in Singapore, it is located in a neo-classical building. The museum is the custodian of Singapore’s 11 National Treasures and showcases several historical – based galleries.

 

Address 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Website www.nationalmuseum.sg
Operating hours

Daily 10am – 7pm

Admission Charge

$10 per person 

Transport Bras Basah MRT Station (CC2), take Exit C

 

The Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay


An iconic landmark to every Singaporean and a great place to chill out. It is the home for the Performing Arts, being well-equipped with a concert hall, theatre, recital and theatre studios, an outdoor theatre and visual art exhibition spaces. You can certainly expect to be spoilt for choice as they have an extensive array
of dining and entertainment spots all in one area. 

 

Address 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
Website www.esplanade.com.sg
Operating hours

11am – 9pm

Admission Charge Free Admission
Transport Esplanade MRT Station (CC3)
 

 

 
 

Little India


Little India is one of the most dynamic and culturally authentic districts in Singapore. It has a bustling mix of spice stores, restaurants serving Indian food, stores selling gold, incense and fabrics in a variety of textures, art galleries and many more. Be charmed by the authentic indian experience!

 

Address Main throughfare is Serangoon Road
Website www.littleindia.com.sg
Operating hours

7am till late

Transport Little India MRT Station (NE7)

 

Chinatown


If you are looking for a mesmerizing shopping experience, Chinatown is the go-to destination for you! You will enjoy a mix of Singapore’s Chinese Culture and Historical Heritage, shopping and of course, a good variety of options for food. Be enchanted by the authentic chinese experience! 

 

Address Main throughfares are New Bridge Road, South Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen Street
Website www.chinatown.sg
Operating hours

7am till late

Transport Chinatown MRT Station (NE4)
 
 
 

Kampong Glam


Kampong Glam is the jewel of Singapore’s history and culture. A wonderful place to experience the hospitality of the Malays and learn more about their Muslim Customs. This is a heritage site is a must visit!

 

Address Main throughfares are North Bridge Road, Arab Street and Bussorah Street
Website www.kampongglam.org.sg
Operating hours

7am till late

Transport Bugis MRT Station (EW12) or Buses 2, 7, 12, 32, 33, 51, 63, 80, 107, 133, 145, 175 and 197

 


 

Off The Beaten Path

Changi Village & Changi Beach Park


Changi Village is a laidback place where you can escape and enjoy a relaxing stroll at the Changi Point Coastal Walk followed by a delicious meal at the Changi Village Food Centre. Look out for the famous Nasi Lemak Stall, BBQ Seafood or enjoy a piping hot Goreng Pisang (deep fried banana fritter). Next to the food centre is the ferry terminal where you catch a bumboat to Pulau Ubin.

 

By MRT & Bus: Stop at Tanah Merah MRT Station (EW14). Board Bus No.2 to Changi Village Bus Interchange
 
 

Pulau Ubin


Being one of the last few unspoilt and rustic places in Singapore, it is worth a visit. On the island, you will find a rich ecosystem filled with flora and fauna, birds, as well as wild boars. The key attraction is the Chek Jawa Wetlands which are home to a wide variety of marine wildlife. Getting to the island is simple as it is just a 10 minute boat ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal.

 

By MRT, Bus & Bumboat: Stop at Tanah Merah MRT Station (EW4). Board Bus No.2 to Changi Village Bus Interchange. Walk to Changi Point Jetty near the interchange. Take a bumboat ride ($2 per adult one way) to Pulau Ubin. The Bumboat departs when there are 12 passengers. The Bumboat service operates from 6.00am to 9.00pm by private operators. Admission to Pulau Ubin is Free.

 

 

 

 

 


 

The Rail Corridor


Formerly known as the Keretapi Tanah Merah (KTM) Railway Line, you can now enjoy the lush greenery by walking or cycling along the old railway track which cuts across the island. Visit the iconic Bukit Timah Railway Station (near King Albert Park) and the two significant railway bridges, each spanning more than 100 feet. One spans across Bukit Timah Road (near King Albert Park) and another spans across Upper Bukit Timah Road (near The Rail Mall)

 

By MRT:

Stop at King Albert Park MRT Station (DT6). Once out of the station, head towards the end of either side of the large railway bridge.

Stop at Hillview MRT Station (DT3). Once out of the station, head towards The Rail Mall and look out for the large railway bridge.

 

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

 

Discover rich biodiversity at Singapore’s first ASEAN Heritage Park. As you trek through the trails in the wetlands, you will find an extensive range of flora and fauna, mangroves, mudskippers, crabs, shellfish, water snakes, birds, spiders, monitor lizards and otters. The reserve opens daily from 7am to 7pm.

 

By MRT & Bus:

Mondays to Saturdays: Stop at Kranji MRT Station (NS7). Board Bus No. 925. Alight at Kranji Reservoir Carpark B. Walk across the road to the visitor centre.

Sundays and Public Holidays: Stop at Kranji MRT Station (NS7). Board Bus No. 925. The bus stops at the Wetland Centre entrance. Please note that Bus No. 925 operates only from Woodlands Interchange on Sundays and Public Holidays.