Timothy Tye's Travel Encyclopedia
Directory of 427 Sights in Singapore

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Welcome to one of the richest body of information about the sights in Singapore, with a total of 427 sights including tourist attractions, commercial properties, historic buildings and more. I will regularly update this list by adding sights I have finished described.

  1. 16 Collyer Quay : (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore, formerly known as Hitachi Tower.

  2. 21 Old Airport Road: (Coffee Shops in Singapore) Coffee shop at Old Airport Road, I like the carrot cake here.

  3. 30 Hill Street: (Commercial Properties in Singapore) Commercial property in downtown Singapore.

  4. 313 @ Somerset: (Shopping Malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  5. 6 Battery Road: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in the Financial District.

  6. 71 Robinson Road: (Commercial Properties in Singapore) Office building in downtown Singapore.

  7. Abdul Gaffoor Mosque: (Mosques in Singapore) Indian Muslim mosque in Little India.

  8. Admiralty Park: (Parks in Singapore) Public park in Admiralty.

  9. Afro Asia Building: (Commercial Properties in Singapore) Office building in downtown Singapore.

  10. AIA Tanjong Pagar: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building in Chinatown.

  11. AIA Tower: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  12. Al Abrar Mosque: (Mosques in Singapore) Mosque on Telok Ayer Street in downtown Singapore.

  13. Albert Centre: (Shopping Malls in Singapore) Shopping mall with market and food court.

  14. Albert Complex: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Bencoolen Street.

  15. Albert Court: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping arcade with boutique hotel on Albert Street.

  16. Albert Mall Trishaw Park: Trishaw station on Albert Mall.

  17. Alexandra Arch: (Bridges in Singapore) Elevated pedestrian bridge.

  18. Alkaff Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) Pedestrian bridge across the Singapore River.

  19. All Saints Presbyterian Church: (Churches in Singapore) Church on Armenian Street.

  20. AMK Hub: (Bus Interchanges in Singapore) Bus interchange in Ang Mo Kio.

  21. Amara Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel near the Central Business District.

  22. Anderson Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Historic bridge in downtown Singapore.

  23. Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East: (Parks in Singapore) Public park in Ang Mo Kio.

  24. Angullia Mosque: ( Mosques in Singapore) Mosque in Little India.

  25. Armenian Church: ( Churches in Singapore) Historic church in downtown Singapore.

  26. Army Museum of Singapore: (Museums in Singapore) Museum in Jurong.

  27. ArtScience Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum housed in a lotus-inspired structure overlooking Marina Bay.

  28. Ascott Raffles Place Singapore: (Apartments in Singapore) Serviced apartment in downtown Singapore.

  29. Asian Civilisations Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum housed in the historic Empress Place Building in downtown Singapore.

  30. AXA Tower: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  31. Bank of China Building: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  32. Barn Island: ( Islands in Singapore) Coral island to the far south of Singapore's international boundary.

  33. Bayfront Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Vehicular bridge in Marina Bay.

  34. BEA Building: (Commercial Properties in Singapore) Office building in downtown Singapore.

  35. Bedok Reservoir Park: (Parks in Singapore) Public park in Bedok.

  36. Benjamin Sheares Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) Longest and tallest bridge in Singapore.

  37. Beo San Hood Chor Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Temple for the Goddess of Mercy on Race Course Road.

  38. Bethesda Hall: (Churches in Singapore) Main brethren assembly church in Singapore.

  39. Bible House: (Commercial Properties in Singapore) Building on Armenian Street.

  40. Blk 16 Bedok South Road Market & Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Market and hawker centre in Bedok South.

  41. Boat Quay: Historic quay that is now an entertainment precinct.

  42. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple: (Buddhist temples in Singapore) Major Buddhist temple in Chinatown.

  43. Bugis Junction: (Shopping Malls in Singapore) Shopping mall with office and hotel in the Bugis neighbourhood.

  44. Bugis+: (Shopping Malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in Bugis.

  45. Bugis Village: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Row of preserved shophouses in Bugis.

  46. Bukit Panjang Gospel Chapel: (Churches in Singapore) Church in Bukit Panjang.

  47. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve: (Parks in Singapore) Nature reserve in Bukit Timah.

  48. Burlington Square: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Albert Street.

  49. Burmese Buddhist Temple: (Buddhist temples in Singapore) Only Burmese Buddhist temple in Singapore.

  50. Capella Singapore Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel on Sentosa Island.

  51. Capital Tower: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  52. Capitol Building: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building in the Neoclassical style.

  53. Carlton Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Bras Basah Road.

  54. Cathedral of the Good Shepherd: (Churches in Singapore) Roman Catholic cathedral on Victoria Street.

  55. Cavenagh Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Pedestrian bridge connecting Fullerton Square and Empress Place.

  56. Cenotaph: (Monuments in Singapore) Monument on Esplanade Park.

  57. Central Fire Station: (Museums in Singapore) Oldest existing fire station in Singapore housing Civil Defence Heritage Gallery.

  58. Changi Airport: ( in Singapore) Main entry point to Singapore by air.

  59. Charlie's Peranakan Food: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Stall selling authentic Malacca Peranakan food at Golden Mile Food Centre.

  60. Chesed El Synagogue: (Synagogues in Singapore) One of two main synagogues in Singapore.

  61. Chevron House: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in Raffles Place.

  62. CHIJMES: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building that is now a food and entertainment complex.

  63. China Square Central: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Retail and commercial complex between Chinatown and the Financial district.

  64. Chinatown Complex: Multi-purpose complex with food centre and flats.

  65. Chinatown Heritage Centre: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Interpretation centre on the heritage of Chinatown.

  66. Chinatown Point: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in New Bridge Road.

  67. Chinese Garden: (Parks in Singapore) Chinese-themed public park in Jurong.

  68. Choa Chu Kang Park: (Parks in Singapore) Public park in Choa Chu Kang.

  69. Chow House: A now demolished office building.

  70. Church of Christ the King: (Churches in Singapore) Roman Catholic church in Ang Mo Kio.

  71. Church of Our Lady of Lourdes: (Churches in Singapore) Church on Ophir Road.

  72. Church of Saints Peter & Paul: (Churches in Singapore) Catholic church on Queen Street.

  73. Church of the True Light: (Churches in Singapore) Anglican church in Little India.

  74. City Hall: (Historic Buildings in Singapore) Historic building that today houses part of the National Gallery Singapore.

  75. Citylink Mall: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Subterranean shopping mall in downtown Singapore.

  76. Civilian War Memorial: (Monuments in Singapore) Monument at War Memorial Park.

  77. Clarke Quay: ( in Singapore) Historic quay that is today a food & entertainment precinct.

  78. Clemenceau Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) One of the bridges across the Singapore River.

  79. Clifford Pier: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic pier that has now been turned into a food and beverage venue.

  80. Coleman Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) One of the bridges across the Singapore River.

  81. Comcentre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  82. Concorde Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) 4-star hotel on Orchard Road.

  83. Coney Island: (Islands in Singapore) Island on the northeast coast of Singapore.

  84. Conrad Centennial Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel in Marina Bay.

  85. CPF Building: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper on Robinson Road.

  86. Cupolas of Fort Canning: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic structures at Fort Canning.

  87. Customs House: (Historic building in Singapore) Historic building readapted as a food and beverage centre.

  88. Dalhousie Obelisk: (Monuments in Singapore) Monument at Empress Place.

  89. DBS Building Tower One: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper now part of OUE complex in downtown Singapore.

  90. DFS Galleria: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Scotts Road.

  91. Dhoby Ghaut Green: (Parks in Singapore) Park above the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.

  92. Dining Place By Chef Heman At Mandarin Gallery: (Restaurants in Singapore) Upscale Chinese restaurant on Orchard Road.

  93. Duxton Plain Park: (Parks in Singapore) Public park in downtown Singapore.

  94. Elgin Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) Historic bridge across the Singapore river.

  95. Empress Place Building: (Historic Buildings in Singapore) Historic building that today houses the Asian Civilisations Museum.

  96. Ernest Zacharevic's Victoria Street Mural: Street art on Victoria Street.

  97. Esplanade Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) Vehicular bridge at Marina Bay.

  98. Esplanade Park: (Parks in Singapore) Public park in the Civic District of Singapore.

  99. Esplanade Theatres On The Bay: (Modern Architecture in Singapore) Performing arts centre at Marina Bay.

  100. Eu Yan Sang Medical Hall: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic Chinese medical hall in Chinatown.

  101. Fairmont Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel at Raffles City.

  102. Far East Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Scotts Road.

  103. Far East Square: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall occupying a preserved area within the Financial District.

  104. Foochow Methodist Church: (Churches in Singapore) Methodist church in Little India.

  105. Fook Hai Building: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Mixed development in Chinatown.

  106. Former Attorney General's Chambers: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building in the Civic District.

  107. Fort Canning: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic fort on a hill in Singapore.

  108. Fort Canning Archaeological Excavation Site: Archaeological excavation site on the slope of Fort Canning.

  109. Fort Canning Centre: (Historic buildings in Singapore) British army barracks at Fort Canning.

  110. Fort Canning Gate: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Gate into Foert Canning.

  111. Fort Siloso: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic fort on Sentosa Island.

  112. Forum The Shopping Mall: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in the Orchard area.

  113. Fountain of Wealth: Huge fountain in Suntec City.

  114. Frog Island: (Islands in Singapore).

  115. Fuji Xerox Towers: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in the Central Business district.

  116. Fuk Tak Chi Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum preserving the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore.

  117. Fullertgon Bay Hotel: ( in Singapore) Luxury hotel at Fullerton Square.

  118. Fu Lu Shou Complex: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in the Bugis area.

  119. Funan Digitalife Mall: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall specialising in IT products.

  120. Furama City Centre: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel with shopping arcade in Chinatown.

  121. Furama Riverfront Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Havelock Road.

  122. Gardens By The Bay: (Parks in Singapore) Futuristic public park and gardens in Marina Bay.

  123. Gates of Fort Canning: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic gates to Fort Canning.

  124. Geylang River: (Rivers in Singapore) Tributary of the Kallang River.

  125. Golden Mile Complex: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Mall favoured by the working class foreign workers in Singapore.

  126. Golden Mile Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Hawker centre along Beach Street.

  127. Grand Hyatt Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Orchard Road.

  128. Great World City: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on the north side of the Singapore River.

  129. Harbourfront Centre: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Ferry terminal with shopping mall.

  130. Haw Par Villa: ( Parks in Singapore) Chinese mystic-themed park.

  131. Hawker Chan Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Michelin-star chicken rice chain of outlets.

  132. Henderson Waves Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) Pedestrian bridge in a forest park.

  133. Hilton Shopping Gallery: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in the Orchard Road area.

  134. Hindhede Nature Park: (Parks in Singapore) Nature park next to the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.

  135. Hock Kee Wanton Noodle: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Popular wanton mee stall at Kebun Baru Food Centre.

  136. Hock Siew Tong Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Chinese temple in Little India.

  137. Hong Leong Building: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  138. Hong Lim Complex: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Shopping arcade, food centre and apartment complex in Chinatown.

  139. Hong Lim Park: (Parks in Singapore) Urban park in Chinatown.

  140. Hotel 1929: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Boutique hotel in a heritage building.

  141. Hotel Fort Canning: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel in the former British Military Administration Building.

  142. Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Orchard Road.

  143. House of Tan Yeok Nee: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic mansion on Clemenceau Avenue.

  144. Hwa Chong Institution: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Chinese high school on Bukit Timah Road.

  145. Indian National Army Monument: (Monuments in Singapore) Monument at the Esplanade Park.

  146. International Building: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  147. International Plaza: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper on Anson Road.

  148. ION Orchard: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall at the junction of Orchard and Paterson Roads.

  149. Jamae Mosque: (Mosques in Singapore) Historic mosque in downtown Singapore.

  150. Jiak Kim Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Single-arch bridge across the Singapore River.

  151. Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck and Kway Chap: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Kway chap stall at Chinatown Complex.

  152. Jinricksha Station: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building that was once a ricksha terminus.

  153. Jubilee Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Pedestrian bridge on the Esplanade.

  154. Jurong Bird Park: (Parks in Singapore) Bird sanctuary in Jurong.

  155. Jurong Island: ( Islands in Singapore) Island off Jurong, created by merging a few small islands.

  156. JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach: (Hotels in Singapore) Luxury hotel in downtown Singapore.

  157. Kallang Estate Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Hawker centre off Old Airport Road.

  158. Kallang River: (Rivers in Singapore) One of the major rivers in Singapore.

  159. Kampong Kapor Methodist Church: (Churches in Singapore) Methodist church in Little India.

  160. Keramat Habib Noh: (Muslim shrines in Singapore) Shrine to Muslim saint in downtown Singapore.

  161. Keramat Iskandar Shah: (Muslim shrines in Singapore) Muslim shrine on Fort Canning Hill.

  162. Kusu Island: ( Islands in Singapore) Offshore island of Singapore.

  163. Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Temple for the Goddess of Mercy on Waterloo Street.

  164. Kwan Yam Theng Buddhist Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Goddess of Mercy temple on Alexandra Road.

  165. Labrador Nature Reserve: (Parks in Singapore) Forest park off Pasir Panjang Road.

  166. La Salle College of the Arts: (Modern architecture in Singapore) College off Bencoolen Street.

  167. Lazarus Island: ( Islands in Singapore)

  168. Leong San See Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Taoist temple on Race Course Road.

  169. Liat Towers: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office blok at Orchard Road.

  170. Lim Bo Seng Memorial: (Monuments in Singapore) Monument at Esplanade Park.

  171. Little India Arcade: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping arcade in Little India.

  172. Lucky Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  173. MacDonald House: ( in Singapore) Historic building on Orchard Road.

  174. Maghain Aboth Synagogue: (Synagogues in Singapore) One of the synagogues in Singapore.

  175. Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hall: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Family service centre in Little India.

  176. Makansutra Gluttons Bay: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Hawker centre on Marina Bay.

  177. Malabar Mosque: (Mosques in Singapore) The only Malabar Muslim mosque in Singapore.

  178. Malay Heritage Centre: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Heritage centre housed in the former Istana Kampong Glam.

  179. Management Development Institute of Singapore: Non-profit institute for learning.

  180. Mandarin Gallery: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  181. Mandarin Orchard Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) Luxury hotel on Orchard Road.

  182. Mandarin Oriental Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel on Marina Bay.

  183. Marina Barrage: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Dam across the Marina Channel.

  184. Marina Bay Financial Centre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Office complex on Marina Bay.

  185. Marina Bay Residences: (Condominiums in Singapore) Luxury condominiums on Marina Bay.

  186. Marina Bay Sands: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Resort with casino on Marina Bay.

  187. Marina Bay Sands Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Luxury hotel at Marina Bay Sands.

  188. Marina Bay Suites: (Condominiums in Singapore) Luxury condominium skyscraper on Marina Bay.

  189. Marina Channel: Outlet between Marina Bay and the Straits of Singapore.

  190. Marina City Park: ( Parks in Singapore) Park at Marina Bay.

  191. Marina South Pier: (Ferry Terminals in Singapore) Ferry terminal at Marina South.

  192. MAS Building: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Headquarters of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

  193. Masjid Al-Iman: ( Mosques in Singapore) Mosque in Bukit Panjang.

  194. Masjid Burhani: ( Mosques in Singapore) Mosque of the Dawoodi Bohra community.

  195. Masjid Hajjah Fatimah: (Mosques in Singapore) Mosque at Kampong Glam.

  196. Masjid Sultan: ( Mosques in Singapore) Biggest mosque in Singapore.

  197. Maybank Tower: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper at Fullerton Square.

  198. Merdeka Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Bridge that takes the Nicoll Highway across the Kallang Basin.

  199. Merlion Park: (Parks in Singapore) Urban park in downtown Singapore.

  200. Merlion Statue: (Monuments in Singapore) Monument that is emblematic of Singapore.

  201. MICA Building: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Heritage building on Hill Street.

  202. Middle Island: ( Islands in Singapore)

  203. Murray Terrace: (Historic Buildings in Singapore) Historic building in Tanjong Pagar.

  204. Mustafa Centre: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in Little India.

  205. Nagore Durgha Shrine: (Muslim shrines in Singapore) Shrine to a South Indian Muslim saint on Telok Ayer Street.

  206. Nankin Mall: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping arcade at the pedestrianised section of Nankin Street.

  207. National Gallery Singapore: (Art galleries in Singapore) The biggest art gallery in Singapore.

  208. National Museum of Singapore: (Museums in Singapore) The main museum for Singapore.

  209. Nei Xue Tang Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum of Buddhist artifacts on Cantonment Road.

  210. New Majestic Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel housed in a row of restored shophouses.

  211. New Supreme Court Building: (Modern building in Singapore) New courthouse building designed by Lord Norman Foster.

  212. Newton Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Hawker centre near Newton Circus.

  213. Ngee Ann City: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall and office complex on Orchard Road.

  214. Night Safari: (Parks in Singapore) Nocturnal zoo.

  215. NTUC Centre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  216. OCBC Centre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  217. Ocean Financial Centre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  218. Ocean Tower: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  219. OG Albert Complex: (Department stores in Singapore) Department store at Albert Street.

  220. OG People's Park: (Department stores in Singapore) Department store at Chinatown.

  221. Old Airport Road Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) One of the oldest hawker centres in Singapore.

  222. Old Supreme Court Building: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building, now part of the National Gallery Singapore.

  223. Omar Mosque Kampong Melaka: (Mosques in Singapore) One of the oldest mosques in Singapore.

  224. One Fullerton: (Restaurants in Singapore) Restaurant at Marina Bay.

  225. One Raffles Quay: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper at the junction of Raffles Quay with Marina Boulevard.

  226. One Shenton Way: (Condominiums in Singapore) Condominium complex in downtown Singapore.

  227. One Tree Island: (Islands in Singapore) One of the small islands of Singapore.

  228. Orchard Central: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  229. Orchard Hotel Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Orchard Road.

  230. Orchard Parade Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Orchard Road.

  231. Orchard Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  232. Orchard Point: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  233. Orchard Road Presbyterian Church: (Churches in Singapore) Church on Orchard Road.

  234. Ord Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) Bridge across the Singapore River.

  235. Oriental Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Three-storey shopping arcade on New Bridge Road.

  236. OUB Centre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  237. OUE Tower: (Modern architecture in Singapore) The former Change Alley Aerial Plaza, a revolving restaurant and shopping arcade.

  238. Overseas Union Trust Building: ( in Singapore) Office building on Robinson Road.

  239. Pacific Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Scotts Road.

  240. Padang: Open field for sports and parades.

  241. Palais Renaissance: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  242. Pan Pacific Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel in Marina Bay.

  243. Parakou Building: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Building at the junction of Robinson Road and McCallum Street.

  244. Parkroyal On Beach Road: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel along Beach Road.

  245. Parkview Square: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper on Beach Road.

  246. Parliament of Singapore: (Modern Architecture in Singapore)

  247. Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal: (Ferry Terminals in Singapore) Ferry terminal for workers to the industrial islands.

  248. Pearl Hill City Park: (Parks in Singapore) Public park on Pearl Hill.

  249. Pearl's Centre: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Commercial property in Chinatown.

  250. Pedra Branca: (Islands in Singapore) Rocky outcrop marking the easternmost point of Singapore.

  251. Peninsula Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on North Bridge Road.

  252. Peninsula Shopping Centre: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Coleman Street.

  253. People's Park Centre: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Eu Tong Sen Street.

  254. People's Park Complex: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall with residential block in Chinatown.

  255. Peranakan Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum showcasing the Peranakan culture of Singapore.

  256. Pickering Operations Complex: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper occupied by Singtel in the Central Business District.

  257. Pinacotheque de Paris: (Museums in Singapore) Museum at Fort Canning Centre.

  258. Pinnacle At Duxton: (Condominiums in Singapore) Condominium complex built by the Housing Development Board.

  259. Plaza Singapura: (Shopping Malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  260. Poo Thor Jee Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Chinese temple in Chinatown.

  261. Pop and Contemporary Art: (Art galleries in Singapore) Art gallery at Palais Renaissance.

  262. Prinsep Street Presbyterian Church: (Churches in Singapore) Presbyterian church for Chinese speaking believers on Prinsep Street.

  263. Providence Reformed Presbyterian Church: (Churches in Singapore) Church at Bible House on Armenian Street.

  264. Pulau Anak Bukom: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  265. Pulau Bajau: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  266. Pulau Berkas: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  267. Pulau Biola: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  268. Pulau Brani: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  269. Pulau Buaya: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  270. Pulau Bukom: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  271. Pulau Bukom Kechil: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  272. Pulau Buloh: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  273. Pulau Busing: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  274. Pulau Damar Laut: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  275. Pulau Damien: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  276. Pulau Hantu: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  277. Pulau Jong: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  278. Pulau Keppel: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  279. Pulau Ketam: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  280. Pulau Malang Siajar: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  281. Pulau Palawan: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  282. Pulau Pawai: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  283. Pulau Pergam: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  284. Pulau Punggol Barat: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  285. Pulau Punggol Timor: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  286. Pulau Sakeng: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  287. Pulau Salu: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  288. Pulau Samulun: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  289. Pulau Sarimbun: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  290. Pulau Seletar: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  291. Pulau Semakau: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  292. Pulau Serangoon: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  293. Pulau Seringat: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  294. Pulau Seringkat Kechil: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  295. Pulau Subar Laut: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  296. Pulau Sudong: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  297. Pulau Tekong: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  298. Pulau Tekukor: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  299. Pulau Tembakul: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  300. Pulau Ubin: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  301. Pulau Ular: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  302. Pulau Unum: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  303. Queen Elizabeth Walk: (Parks in Singapore) Seaside walk at Esplanade Park.

  304. Raffles City: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Mixed development that includes shopping mall, hotel and offices.

  305. Raffles Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Historic hotel in downtown Singapore.

  306. Raffles Landing Site: Historic site where Stamford Raffles is said to have landed for the first time in Singapore.

  307. Read Bridge: (Bridges in Singapore) .

  308. Red Dot Design Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum occupying the former Singapore Traffic Police Headquarters building.

  309. Reflections At Keppel Bay: (Condominiums in Singapore) Condominium at the Keppel Bay waterfront.

  310. Republic Plaza: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  311. Resorts World Sentosa: (Hotels in Singapore) Major resort with casino on Sentosa Island.

  312. Robertson Quay: (Quays in Singapore) Historic quay along the Singapore River.

  313. Robinson 77: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper on Robinson Road.

  314. Robinson Centre: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building in downtown Singapore.

  315. Robinson Point: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building on Robinson Road.

  316. Robinson Tower: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building on Robinson Road.

  317. Rochor Beancurd House: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Chain of dessert shop specialising in sweet soya beancurd.

  318. Rochor Canal: (Waterways in Singapore) .

  319. Rochor River: (Rivers in Singapore) A river that flows through the urban areas of Singapore.

  320. Saint John's Island: (Islands in Singapore) One of the islands in Singapore.

  321. Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple: (Buddhist temples in Singapore) Buddhist temple on the northern part of Little India.

  322. Sands Casino: The casino at Marina Bay Sands.

  323. Sands Skypark: Rooftop terrace at Marina Bay Sands.

  324. Santa Grand Hotel Lai Chun Yuen: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel in Chinatown.

  325. SCCCI Building: (Commercial properties in Singapore) 9-storey building on Hill Street.

  326. Science Centre Singapore: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Centre for science in Jurong.

  327. Scotts Square: (Condominiums in Singapore) Condominium in the Orchard area.

  328. Sculpture Square: (Art galleries in Singapore) Sculpture gallery housed in a former church building.

  329. Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Popular wanton mee stall at Serangoon Garden Food Centre.

  330. Seng Wong Beo Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Chinese temple in downtown Singapore.

  331. Sentosa Island: ( Islands in Singapore) Resort island to the south of mainland Singapore.

  332. Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Market and hawker centre in Serangoon.

  333. Serangoon Plaza: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall in Little India.

  334. Shangri-la Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel in the Orchard area.

  335. Shaw House: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall and cineplex along Orchard Road.

  336. Shenton House: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building on Shenton Way.

  337. Sheraton Towers: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel on Scotts Road.

  338. Shimbashi Soba: (Restaurants in Singapore) Soba specialty restaurant.

  339. Shree Lakshminarayan Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) Hindu temple in Little India.

  340. Siang Cho Keong Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Chinese temple for the deity Tua Pek Kong at the foot on Ann Siang Hill.

  341. SIF Building: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building on Robinson Road.

  342. Sim Lim Square: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping centre in downtown Singapore.

  343. Singapore Art Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum housed in the former St Joseph's Institution.

  344. Singapore Botanic Gardens: (Parks in Singapore) Botanic gardens that is a World Heritage Site.

  345. Singapore Conference Hall: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Conference hall on Shenton Way.

  346. Singapore Discovery Centre: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Tourist attraction centering on all things Singapore.

  347. Singapore Flyer: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Ferries wheel at Marina Bay.

  348. Singapore General Hospital Museum: (Museums in Singapore) Museum showcasing the history of the Singapore General Hospital.

  349. Singapore Land Tower: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper at Raffles Place.

  350. Singapore River: (Rivers in Singapore) The most important river flowing through downtown Singapore.

  351. Singapore Zoo: (Parks in Singapore) One of the best zoological gardens in Southeast Asia.

  352. Sisters Islands: ( Islands in Singapore) A cluster of two islands belonging to Singapore.

  353. Sri Krishnan Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) Hindu temple on Waterloo Street.

  354. Sri Layan Sithi Vinayagar Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) Hindu temple of the Chettiar community.

  355. Sri Mariamman Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) Oldest Hindu temple in Singapore.

  356. Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) Hindu temple on Serangoon Road in Little India.

  357. Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) Hindu temple on Serangoon Road in Little India.

  358. Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple: (Hindu temples in Singapore) One of the most important Hindu temples in Singapore.

  359. Stamford Court: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Commercial property on Hill Street.

  360. Stamford House: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building at the junction of Stamford Road with Hill Street.

  361. St Andrew's Cathedral: (Churches in Singapore) Anglican cathedral in downtown Singapore.

  362. St George's Church: (Churches in Singapore) Anglican church on Harding Road.

  363. St James Power Station: (Historic Building in Singapore) Historic building now readapted as an entertainment venue.

  364. St Joseph's Church: (Churches in Singapore) Roman Catholic church on Victoria Street.

  365. Sultan Shoal: (Islands in Singapore) Rocky outcrop south of Jurong.

  366. Sungei Buloh Nature Park: (Parks in Singapore) Nature park at the estuary of Sungei Buloh.

  367. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: (Parks in Singapore) Protected wetlands on the northwestern part of Singapore.

  368. Suntec City: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Multi-purpose development on Marina Bay.

  369. Suntec City Mall: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall within Suntec City.

  370. Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic bungalow with close association with Sun Yat Sen.

  371. Swissotel The Stamford: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel at Raffles City.

  372. Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal: (Ferry terminals in Singapore) Terminal for taking the ferry to Bintan.

  373. Tangs Department Store: (Department stores in Singapore) Famous department store on Orchard Road.

  374. Tanjong Pagar Railway Station: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic railway station.

  375. Tan Kim Seng Fountain: (Monuments in Singapore) Historic fountain at Esplanade Park.

  376. Tan Si Chong Su Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Ancestral temple of the Tan clan in Singapore.

  377. Tan Teck Guan Building: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building within the compound of the Singapore General Hospital.

  378. Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodle: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Wanton noodle chain with several stalls in Singapore.

  379. Teck Ghee Court Food Centre: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Market and hawker centre in Ang Mo Kio.

  380. Tekka Market: Market in Little India.

  381. Telephone House Complex: (Government buildings in Singapore) Government building on Hill Street.

  382. Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church: (Churches in Singapore) Methodist church on Telok Ayer Street.

  383. Telok Ayer Green: (Parks in Singapore) Urban park at Telok Ayer Street.

  384. Telok Ayer Market: (Hawker centres in Singapore) Former market building now turned into a hawker centre.

  385. The Adelphi: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Commercial block on North Bridge Road.

  386. The Bencoolen: (Apartments in Singapore) Apartment block on Bencoolen Street.

  387. The Centrepoint: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  388. The Concourse: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper office block on Beach Road.

  389. The Corporate Building: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building on Robinson Road.

  390. The Corporate Office: ( in Singapore) Demolished office building, now replaced by Oxley Tower.

  391. The Fullerton Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Luxury hotel occupying the former General Post Office building.

  392. The Gateway: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Iconic twin skyscrapers on Beach Road.

  393. The Heeren Shops: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  394. The Helix Bridge: ( Bridges in Singapore) Iconic bridge across Marina Bay.

  395. The Majestic: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building built by Eu Tong Sen.

  396. The Metropolis: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Business centre in Buona Vista.

  397. The Ogilvy Centre: (Commercial properties in Singapore) Office building in downtown Singapore.

  398. The Paragon Shopping Centre: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  399. The Ritz Carlton Millenia: (Hotels in Singapore) Luxury hotel at Marina Bay.

  400. The Sail @ Marina Bay: (Condominiums in Singapore) Luxury condominium on Marina Bay.

  401. The Scarlet Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Boutique hotel on Erskine Road.

  402. The Shoppes Marina Bay Sands: (Shopping malls in Singapore) The shopping mall on Marina Bay Sands.

  403. The Star Performing Arts Centre: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Performing arts centre at Buona Vista.

  404. The Substation: (Art galleries in Singapore) Art gallery in downtown Singapore.

  405. The Tintin Shop: Speciality shop selling Tintin memorabilia.

  406. The Westin Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) 5-star hotel in the New Downtown of Singapore.

  407. Thian Hock Keng Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) One of the oldest and most significant Chinese temple in Singapore.

  408. Thong Chai Medical Institution: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Chinese charity medical centre.

  409. Tiger Sky Tower: (Modern architecture in Singapore) Free-standing observation tower on Sentosa Island.

  410. Tung Centre: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper at Collyer Quay.

  411. Underwater World: (Parks in Singapore) Aquarium on Sentosa Island.

  412. Universal Studios: (Parks in Singapore) Theme park on Sentosa Island.

  413. UOB Plaza: (Skyscrapers in Singapore) Skyscraper in downtown Singapore.

  414. Uttamayanmuni Buddhist Temple: (Buddhist temples in Singapore) Thai Buddhist temple in Choa Chu Kang.

  415. V Hotel Lavender Singapore: (Hotels in Singapore) 4-star hotel on Kallang Road.

  416. Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic theatre and concert hall at Empress Place.

  417. Village Hotel Albert Court: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Albert Street.

  418. Violin Island: ( Islands in Singapore) Small island located off the Singapore mainland.

  419. VivoCity: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Largest shopping mall in Singapore.

  420. Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle, Beach Road: (Restaurants in Singapore) Noodle restaurant on Beach Road.

  421. Wheelock Place: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  422. Wisma Atria: (Shopping malls in Singapore) Shopping mall on Orchard Road.

  423. Woodlands Train Checkpoint: (Government buildings in Singapore) Checkpoint for visitors arriving and departing Singapore by train.

  424. Ying Fo Fui Kin: ( in Singapore) Hakka clan association temple on Telok Ayer Street.

  425. York Hotel: (Hotels in Singapore) Hotel on Mount Elizabeth off Orchard Road.

  426. Yuan Wei Handmade Soon Kueh: (Hawker stalls in Singapore) Popular stall in Ang Mo Kio selling Soon Kueh and other traditional Chinese cakes.

  427. Yueh Hai Ching Temple: (Chinese temples in Singapore) Oldest Taoist temple in Singapore.

  428. Yue Hwa Building: (Historic buildings in Singapore) Historic building in Chinatown.

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