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Trick Eye Museum

This is a museum like no other. Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’, which refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. With that, 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings appear to pop out of the surface and come to life. Visitors are more than welcome to explore the various themed galleries with their eyes, hands and even cameras. Step inside the paintings to complete a visual narrative with your creative poses, and watch a “tricky” story unfold before your camera. At Trick Eye Museum, you’ll be creating unforgettable memories with friends and family amid fun and laughter, with a dash of educational and cultural enrichment. Get ready to let your imagination march into a miraculous dimension of original 3D artworks.
Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is a so called “open zoo” and it is a world famous zoological garden with 315 animal species, of which approximately 60 are endangered. You can find all the big cats here: lion, tiger, jaguar, leopard and puma, also rare white tigers. If you want to, you can meet orangutans face-to-face. Most of the animals are kept in spacious, landscaped enclosures separated from the visitors by dry or wet moats. Dangerous animals are housed in landscaped glass-fronted enclosures. The park also offers an exciting night safari.
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The Sultan Mosque

The Sultan Mosque with its cupola and minarets gleams light green and is a very beautiful building in the Kampong Glam district. This mosque is the Muslims’ most important building in Singapore (there are 68 mosques in the city in total). Visitors are welcomed to the mosques even if certain parts are still off limits to those who are not faithful Muslims.
Boat Quay

Boat Quay

This newly renovated part of an old harbour district has a long row of bars and restaurants, both inside and outside. Many people gather here in the evening, sitting by the river and eating a delicious dinner outside is a beautiful experience.
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Fort Canning Park

This park, in the middle of the colonial city centre, is a great spot for anyone who wants to learn more about Singapore’s military history. Raffle’s last home during his time in the city is also here. An exciting tour of the subterranean command headquarters used by the British during the Second World War is a must when visiting the park.
Suntec City

Suntec City

Eat, stroll and be impressed by this monumental indoor complex full of shopping arcades, cinemas, restaurants, conference centres and works of art - including a gigantic fountain. Moreover, it is a good place to cool down when the tropical heat is too oppressive outside.
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Sky Tower

Singapore’s tallest observatory tower offers panoramic views at 131 meters above sea level across Singapore, Sentosa, Southern Islands, right up to neighboring Malaysia and the Indonesian islands. Day or night, views from the tower are breathtaking.
Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer

Standing at 165 meters, the Singapore Flyer is even taller than the London Eye. This Ferris wheel gives you a visual feast of the Marina Bay and the great icons and landmarks of Singapore.
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