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666 Located at Sountheast Asia, Singapore is a vibrant urban country that is home to many people of different races. Cultures of different races that comprise of Chinese, Indian and Malay, blend together to create a unique city.

Temples and mosques and churches can be found spread around the country. Some of these are commonly frequented by tourists.

For those seeking a tranquil trip, gardens and reservoirs such as Botanical Gardens, Macritchie reservoir and the newly opened Gardens by the Bay will be sure to brighten up your trip. The Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari and the Singapore Bird Park house many different kinds of animals of the World.

As for thrill seekers, Universal Studios Singapore, Wild Wild Wet, and the G-MAX Reverse Bungy at Clarke Quay will leave your heart pumping and adrenaline rushing.

In addition, the heart of the energetic nightlife can be found in Clake Quay, with numerous bars, pubs and clubs like Zirca, Avalon. Also located at downtown Singapore, Zouk is a popular nightspot to party the night away.

However, if you are looking to immerse into the different cultures do head down to places like Chinatown and Little India and Arab street to find interesting shops lined up for you.

Other attractions include casinos at Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa, the Singapore Flyer, a ferris wheel that overlooks the skyline of central Singapore, museums like the recent art science, Fort Canning, and the National Museum of Singapore.




Singapore offers a wide variety of entertainment choices for visitors of all ages. Wholesome family entertainment is available for families with children while adults may visit the many cybercafes, coffee clubs, stylish clubs and vibrant nightspots all over in the city.


Singapore offers a wide variety of enriching events and activities for visitors of all ages. From exhibitions and performances to self-improvement and professional courses, there are events happening in Singapore all year round. To find out what events are lined up, click here.

Gardens and Parks


A garden city, Singapore's public gardens and parks bring a delightful peace to your soul. Well-known parks include Garden By The Bay, the Botanic Gardens, East Coast Park, Marina South Park, Mount Faber Park and Bukit Timah Hill. Many parks have water features, trails and exercise stations for you to engage in some light activities or to relax in tropical tranquility.

Wheelchair-Friendly Facilities

For the wheelchair bound, Singapore offers wheelchair-friendly facilities. Public transport facilities including MRT stations and buses provide lifts and ramps to make boarding easy. Shopping centres and places of attraction are also wheelchair-friendly with ample ramps, lifts and restroom facilities.

SGMEDICALTOUR helps our clients to arrange for accessible-aids and ransportation. 

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HortPark: If you’re a gardening enthusiast, then a visit to this 23-hectare park, which includes a butterfly garden, a herb and spice garden and a floral walk, is in order. Here, you’ll find guided tours, talks and workshops designed to make your visit a fun and rewarding one


Singapore Botanic Gardens: This 150-year old landmark isn’t for nature lovers only. Not only is it a popular venue for open-air concerts and theatre performances, it is also home to the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, a goldmine of exciting activities and interactive stations designed to make learning fun


Southern Ridges: Gorgeous vistas and scenic trails make the Southern Ridges a draw with photography enthusiasts, joggers and families. Take in views of Singapore’s harbour and Southern Islands as you stroll down one of its trails and get an impromptu lesson on the native inhabitants of the island while you’re at it.


Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve: Singapore is home to more than 350 different species of birds and many of them can be found in this 87-hectare ecological sanctuary. If you’re interested in learning more about the flora and fauna here, know that the Nature Society Singapore (www.nss.org.sg) organises walks every month.



Singapore Zoo: If you have children, a visit to the Singapore Zoo is a must. Apart from the many exhibits and shows, there’s also the Rainforest Kidzworld, a family- friendly attraction that boasts a carousel ride, a petting farm, a dinosaurthemed trail and more.


Sentosa: How can a visit to Singapore not include a trip to Sentosa? The Integrated Resort is undoubtedly one of the main draws but there are many other attractions worth checking out as well. For children, the Underwater World, Butterfly Park and Sentosa Nature Discovery offer them an opportunity to get close with and learn first-hand about nature.






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