Must see attractions in West & Southwest Singapore

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    Mizuma Gallery

    This contemporary Japanese gallery showcases acclaimed Japanese artists, as well as up-and-coming Southeast Asian artists.

  • Hay Dairies Goat Farm

    A welcoming goat farm where you can buy fresh goat's milk and other snacks. Arrive by 9am to see the goat milking session then have a wander around the…

  • Jurong Frog Farm

    Fun for the kids, if a little rough around the edges. The tour gives an account of the bullfrog's life cycle as well as a chance to hold a slimy critter,…

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    Chinese Garden

    Flanking Jurong Lake, the Chinese Garden offers 13.5 hectares of landscaped tranquillity – perfect for an afternoon stroll and popular with photographers…

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    Science Centre Singapore

    Packed with all types of push-pull-twist-and-turn gadgets, Singapore's endearingly geeky science museum electrifies curious little minds. It's as…

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    Chinese Heritage Centre

    It's no must-see, but this small museum at Nanyang Technological University is worth a visit if you're seeking some off-the-radar culture. Of its three…

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    Telok Blangah Hill Park

    Part of the Southern Ridges walk, Telok Blangah Hill Park has beautiful scenery, especially its flower-bedecked Terrace Garden. Cross the Henderson Waves…

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    Kent Ridge Park

    This park commands views over the port and the southern islands and is usually very quiet. The canopy walk will take you through a treetop boardwalk with…

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    Bollywood Veggies

    Make time to stop and amble through the rustic gardens with cashew, papaya and starfruit trees, and nosh on beautiful, healthy grub at the Poison Ivy…

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    Sri Muneeswaran Hindu Temple

    This is believed to be Southeast Asia's largest shrine to Sri Muneeswaran, completed in 1998 after the original hut-and-shrine – built by Indian railway…

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    Jurong Lookout Tower

    A curious relic of the 1970s (as if you couldn’t tell), this viewing tower features a stained-glass ceiling and a futuristic night-time view over the…

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    Raffles Marina

    Need somewhere to park your super yacht? This marina harbours some of the country's biggest. Dine at the attached bistro while you contemplate which one…

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    Mt Faber

    One of the highest points in Singapore, standing 105m above sea level, and the centrepiece of Mt Faber Park.