Attractions

Top Choice Park in West & Southwest Singapore

Southern Ridges

Made up of a series of parks and hills connecting Kent Ridge Park to Mt Faber and the Labrador Nature Reserve, the Southern Ridges will have you walking through the jungle without ever really leaving the city. The e…
Gallery in West & Southwest Singapore

Sundaram Tagore

New York–based gallery known for showcasing top-tier artists from across the world, including iconic photographer Steve McCurry and Singaporean artist Jane Lee.
Wildlife Reserve in West & Southwest Singapore

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Sungei Buloh's 202 hectares of mangroves, mudflats, ponds and secondary rainforest are a birdwatcher's paradise, with migratory birds including egrets, sandpipers and plovers joining locals such as herons, bitterns,…
Bird Sanctuary in West & Southwest Singapore

Jurong Bird Park

Home to some 400 species of feathered friends – including spectacular macaws – Jurong is a great place for young kids. Highlights include the wonderful Lory Loft forest enclosure, where you can feed colourful lories…
Museum in West & Southwest Singapore

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

What looks like a giant rock bursting with greenery is actually Singapore's high-tech, child-friendly natural history museum. The main Biodiversity Gallery delves into the origin of life using a stimulating combo of…
Gallery in West & Southwest Singapore

Gillman Barracks

A former British military encampment, Gillman Barracks now houses a contemporary arts hub set in a lush landscape. Among its 11 galleries is New York’s Sundaram Tagore, which represents big names such as Annie Leibo…
Museum in West & Southwest Singapore

Reflections at Bukit Chandu

Atop Bukit Chandu (Opium Hill) and housed in a renovated colonial-era villa, this modest yet fascinating WWII interpretive centre makes use of first-hand accounts, personal artefacts, maps and historical footage to …
Gallery in West & Southwest Singapore

Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle

You could spend hours perusing the overflowing shelves of brightly coloured ceramics (most imported from overseas) for sale in this pottery shop's labyrinth of rooms, but it's the 70-year-old dragon kiln that makes …
Museum in West & Southwest Singapore

NUS Museum

Located on the verdant campus of the NUS, this museum is one of the city's lesser-known cultural delights. Ancient Chinese ceramics and bronzes, as well as archaeological fragments found in Singapore, dominate the g…
Brewery in West & Southwest Singapore

Tiger Brewery

You've been drinking its beers all holiday, so you might as well see how they're made. Visits to the Tiger Brewery are divided into two parts: the first is a 45-minute tour of the place, including the brewhouse and …