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Planning your next family holiday with us but wanting something different? Why not try BOUNCEinc for energetic kids, KidZania Singapore for role-play fun or go to mermaid school with Mermaid Syrena!
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Keep the kids entertained next time you eat out with a visit to these unique cafes: Please Harry Potter fans at the new Platform 1094 cafe, head to Omakase Burger for the 'burgers only!' crowd or try the cute and quirky egg-themed Gudetama Café Singapore.
Want to return home with Singapore keepsakes but not keen on keychains and t-shirts? Here are some ideas to help for your next visit: [ Link ]

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Ready for romance this Valentine's Day? Catch the sunset at one of these beautiful outdoor locations and make it that extra bit special with a bespoke picnic from Picneeds or Beauteaq.
We rejoice in our unique harmonious mix of Chinese, Peranakan, Eurasian, Indian and Malay locals, so it's not surprising that we also celebrate a myriad of cultural festivals.

Today we honour Thaipusam, a Hindu thanksgiving festival that is a true display of faith when devotees undertake their pilgrimage walk. Tomorrow is the Chinese New Year’s colourful Chingay Parade - with dazzling...
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Have you visited Dempsey Hill yet? A lesser known neighbourhood that’s beloved for its greenery and colonial architecture, British army barracks are now eateries that include The White Rabbit, an Alice In Wonderland-inspired restaurant set inside a former chapel, and The Disgruntled Chef with hillside, leafy views right in the centre of the city!
Have you seen the Rain Oculus at Marina Bay Sands? The artwork functions as both a skylight and rain collector and is one of many water features here in the Lion City. According to Feng Shui, water represents flow and abundance. The artwork, a collaboration with architect Moshe Safdie, functions as both a skylight and a rain collector.
Rain or shine, nothing can dampen our spirits here! This #FanFriday, we're looking at your Lion City photos in all kinds of weather.
Want to try out one of our new hotels in 2017? The Warehouse Hotel was built on the Singapore River in 1895 as a warehouse but now offers 37 stylish rooms, while the Mercure Singapore Bugis is just 5 minutes walk from Bugis MRT.
Happy Australia Day! Did you know we have several Aussie-themed or Aussie-owned dining experiences right here? If you're missing home, try Boomarang Bistro & Bar for a chicken schnitzel, grab an Aussie roasted coffee at Forty Hands or head to BAROSSA where 'outback meets chic'.
Head to Chinatown this Friday night for the Chinese New Year Countdown Party or to Marina Bay Singapore for the River Hongbao celebrations. If you can't make it, you can still experience the spectacular light-up and get in on the buzz these few weeks as everyone gears up for the Year of the Rooster. Enjoy special festive treats to bring in luck and good fortune like fish for prosperity and...
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We may be admired as a modern Asian city, however we also conserve our past, and we love these iconic architectural sites that now enjoy a new lease of life. Which one's your favourite?
There are actually 63 islands that make up Singapore, and a local favourite is Kusu Island. Legend has it that a magical turtle turned itself into an island to save two shipwrecked sailors - a Chinese and a Malay, which is why pilgrims from both communities pray for wealth, good marriage, health and harmony here.
There's always something new in our food & dining scene. Try quirky Phat Cat Laundry, styled like an old-school laundromat serving gourmet cocktails, sample Barcelona-inspired meals at FOC Sentosa or grab a bite from some indoor food-trucks at Picnic SG in Wisma Atria on Orchard Road.
If keeping fit is a priority for you this year, then we suggest a leisurely walk while exploring any of our lush nature trails. With 17 reservoirs and many public parks like the UNESCO heritage listed Singapore Botanic Gardens, you'll be spoilt for choice.
2017 is well and truly here so there is no better time for you to start planning your visit! If you want more reasons than our incredible mouth-watering food, mix of cultural heritage and great attractions, read on for other suggestions.

17 reasons to visit Singapore in 2017
Did you know that we are Southeast Asia’s cruise hub? Our location offers a convenient gateway for cruise lovers to explore Singapore and our neighbouring Asian ports. Today, we’re proud to have Seabourn launching their new luxury cruise ship – the Seabourn Encore – right here, before cruising to Australia on her maiden voyage.
Singapore and New Zealand have always shared an affinity and today, Grant Rawlinson will be starting an epic journey rowing from 'Home to Home' - Singapore to New Zealand. The Kiwi expat will row and cycle for 12,000km to complete the journey. Wish him luck here: Rowing from Home to Home - Singapore to New Zealand by Human Power!
Who is planning a visit here in 2017? We'd love to welcome you to our city of endless possibilities.