03/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
Singapore's compact size makes it perfect to discover on two wheels! Let's Go Bike offers guided tours of the city's iconic sites, or why not rent your own as you explore popular bike-friendly areas like East Coast Park and Punggol Waterway.
03/23/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
Whether visiting us on a stopover to rejuvenate your mind and body or a stay over holiday to indulge in our unique blend of 'old and new' and 'east meets west' - Qantas will bring you here in style! Great fares are on sale now, so don't miss out! [ Link ]
03/21/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
Do you think the best things in life are free? A new study has revealed that free tourist activities can evoke higher levels of happiness than paid attractions.

So if you haven’t already, explore one of our city's vibrant multicultural precincts, relax in the picturesque UNESCO World Heritage-listed Singapore Botanic Gardens​, or marvel at Wonder Full, the spectacular light show at Marina Bay.
With endless possibilities for all family members, Singapore allows you to design your dream holiday! Here Michael And Carlene from TV’s The Block share their Singapore tips, with Jurong Bird Park, S.E.A. Aquarium, Marine Life Park and Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands making their short list!

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Family Travel with Michael & Carlene
Gaze at our city like you’ve never seen it before
Did you know that Tiger Beer and Tiger Balm are from Singapore? For other home-grown souvenirs that reflect our distinctive culture, head to Supermama where you'll find locally designed porcelain, or for something a little more quirky, pay a visit to LOVE SG

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Wildlife Reserves Singapore proudly welcomed over 600 baby animals last year! Many of the births and hatchings included endangered species, such as pangolins, painted terrapins and proboscis monkeys. Next time you visit, come and say hello!
Fill in the blank. "My favourite place to eat in Singapore is _________".
This month is bursting with memorable events. Check out I Light Marina Bay for unique, photoworthy sustainable light installations, have a laugh at the Magners International Comedy Festival or head to Gardens by the Bay Dye-Nosaur Gardens to spot colourful dinosaurs and prehistoric plants in amongst Supertree Grove.
Life is like a mirror... sometimes, literally. Can you name these scenic spots?
Did you know we have plenty of off-the-beaten-track museums and galleries? From heritage collections to dinosaur bones, modern art and even antique toys, visit one on your next trip!
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!
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 CafΓ© 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 ]

Take Home a Piece of Singapore
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.