Spend a day hiking around this small, beautifully preserved island.
The Chinese and Japanese Gardens
1 Chinese Garden
These unique gardens, built in 1975, are situated on two islands connected by a bridge. They integrate architectural elements like pagodas, a tea house and even a bonsai garden into a serene natural setting.
The National Museum of Singaporewww.nationalmuseum.sg
93 Stamford Road
At Singapore’s oldest museum (founded in 1887), be sure to visit the fashion gallery, which stages exhibits throughout the year exploring the national style throughout the country’s history.
The Singapore Botanic Gardenswww.sbg.org.sg
1 Cluny Road
The Singapore Botanic Gardens are worth a visit for the National Orchid Garden, where you can see over 1000 different types of orchids. Kids will love the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, where they can play in water slides and climb in tree houses.