Asia

Activities

S.E.A Aquarium

Aquarium Zones S.E.A is the worlds largest aquarium and is split across ten different zones to help you navigate the aquarium. The East Africa zone…

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Safari World

Animal Species at Safari World The first part of the Zoo is home to a number of species including antelopes, zebras, camels, rhinos, and many…

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Sentosa Island

What to Do Whether you’re here to come face to face with dolphins, play a round of golf with a view or to visit one…

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Princess Mother Memorial Park

History of Princess Mother Memorial Park A much-beloved figure in Thailand, the Princess Mother was born in Thonburi and was a part of the first…

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Pratunam Market

A Unique Shopping Experience Most shops and vendor stalls at the Pratunam Market offer retail prices on various products. Of course, bargaining is acceptable and…

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Night Safari

What to Expect The park spreads out across 35 hectares of dense rainforest and is home to over 2500 animals and more than 130 species,…

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Orchard Road

What to Expect Shopping malls, boutique stores, restaurants and hotels line the 2.2km long tree-lined boulevard and a good few hours can be spent hopping…

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Siam Park City

Water Park Slides Some of the most impressive slides at the Siam Park City are probably the 23 meter high Speed Slide and the Super…

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Singapore Flyer

Journey of Dreams The wheel is made up of 28 air-conditioned capsules each carrying a maximum of 28 people. Hop on the ‘Journey of Dreams’…

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Universal Studios

Park Zones and Rides The park has 24 rides in total, spread out across seven different lands which are New York, Hollywood, Sci-Fi City, Far…

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Wat Phra Kaew

History It is believed that this Buddha image was made in the 15th century, but it ended up in Bangkok on 1782 after several wars.…

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Wat Saket

Events and Festivals One of the most important temple fairs during the Loy Kratong Festivals is held every year in late October at the Wat…

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The Grand Palace

History of the Grand Palace The construction of the Grand Palace began in 1782 when King Rama I decided to relocate the capital of the…

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Terminal 21

Dedicated to Clothing and Fashion Most of the shops at Terminal 21 are dedicated to clothing and fashion. Of course, visitors will find a number…

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Singapore Zoo

Zoo Zones First stop is the Fragile Forest, a biodome filled with rainforest and tropical flora and fauna. Here you might find greenback toads and…

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Sri Mariamman Temple

Temple History The temple was originally constructed to allow immigrants from the Nagapatnam and Cuddalore districts to have a place to worship. Today the temple…

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National Museum Bangkok

Exhibits The front part of Sivamokhaphiman Hall is reserved for the Thai history gallery that includes collections from Sukothai and Rattanakosin periods and features many…

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National Gallery Singapore

The Art All of the 8,000 pieces of artwork on display in the gallery represent and reflect Singapore’s culture and heritage. Works from native artist,…

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China Square Central Flea Market

What to Expect The market is a garish jumble sale really, but if you’re prepared to root through the tat, you could just find yourself…

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Chinatown

Attractions Chinatown is home to Singapore’s oldest shrine (Sri Mariamman) and the oldest temple (Thian Hock Keng). The neighbourhood is also home to quaint souvenir…

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