Address: 216 Orchard Road (Next to orchardgateway@emerald)

Nearest MRT Station
Somerset (NS23)
Operating Hours
Daily 8.30am-9.30pm

Services & Facilities Available

  • Tourist Enquiries
  • Customizing of Itineraries
  • Booking of Tours
  • Sale of Attractions and Event Tickets
  • Hotel Reservation
  • Sale of Souvenirs
  • Free WiFi
  • Purchase connectivity solutions (EZ link card, SIM card, MiFi device)
  • Exhibitions at Level 2

ION Orchard

Address: ION Orchard Level 1 Concierge

Nearest MRT Station
Orchard (NS24) 
Operating Hours
Daily 10am-10pm

Services & Facilities Available

  • Tourist Enquiries
  • ION Orchard Food and Heritage Trail Tour
  • Customisation of Itineraries
  • Vouchers available at counter
  • Free WiFi
  • Mobile Phone Charging
  • Loan of Wheelchairs and Strollers

Chinatown Visitor Centre @ Kreta Ayer Square

Address: 2 Banda Street (Behind Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum)

Nearest MRT Station
Chinatown (NE4/DT19)
Operating Hours
Daily 9am-9pm

Services & Facilities Available

  • Tourist Enquiries
  • Sale of Merchandise
  • Sightseeing & Walking Tours*
  • Internet Access & Free WiFi
    *This service is managed by Tour East Singapore daily


Adventure Cove Waterpark™

Make a big splash at this aquatic adventure park at Resorts World™ Sentosa.

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ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands®

Catch world-class touring exhibitions at this premier exhibition space.

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Asian Civilisations Museum

Housed in a historical building by the Singapore River, this museum tells the stories of Asian civilisations through its permanent collections

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Chinatown Heritage Centre

Experience how Singapore’s early Chinese migrants once lived and learn more about local Chinese culture at the Chinatown Heritage Centre.

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Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay

This boldly designed performing arts centre has become a memorable part of Singapore’s skyline.

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Gardens by the Bay

This sprawling garden in the city provides mesmerising waterfront views across three gardens, spanning over 101 hectares of reclaimed land.

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Gillman Barracks

A former British military camp is now Asia's new Destination for Contemporary Art. 

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Haw Par Villa

Embark on an unforgettable journey into Chinese folklore and mythology at the Haw Par Villa theme park.

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Henderson Waves

Lush jungle is broken up with a seriously creative twist in the fantastic form of the Henderson Waves bridge.

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Marina Barrage

This innovative facility not only supplies water to Singaporeans and helps alleviate floods but also doubles up as a place for family fun.

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National Museum of Singapore

Singapore’s oldest museum is a progressive showcase of the country’s history and culture.

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National Gallery Singapore

Take in the region’s newest and largest museum of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art housed within two of Singapore’s awe-inspiring national monuments.

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Pulau Ubin Island

Gravel roads, lush forests and abundant wildlife – Pulau Ubin is a living showcase of what Singapore was like in the 1960s.

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River Safari

At the River Safari Singapore, meet manatees and monkeys, piranhas and pandas, as they congregate in and around the park’s waters.

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Resorts World™ Sentosa

Experience endless excitement at Resorts World™ Sentosa with a variety of attractions and entertainment hot spots.

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Singapore City Gallery

The Singapore City Gallery tells the story of the city’s physical transformation.

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Singapore Science Centre

This enlightening attraction holds the largest collection of educational materials devoted to science in Singapore.

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Step into the S.E.A.

Immerse yourself underwater at the S.E.A. Aquarium™ and discover more than 100,000 marine animals.

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Singapore’s incredibly diverse range of dining options will cater to food lovers from all walks of life. If you appreciate a good meal, there’s a cuisine for every taste and budget. Our local street fare is a delicious melting pot of Singapore’s diverse cultures, while the country’s vibrant fine dining scene has emerged as one of the world’s most exciting, featuring many celebrity chef restaurants.


Singapore's multi-ethnic culture and heritage has served up a multitude of colourful cuisines, each with its own unique flavour and aroma. Read more here.


Singapore’s dining scene features a rich mix of local street fare as well as unique and quality dining experiences by local and international culinary talents. Read more here.


Whether you want to chill out at a sleek bar or sing along with a band, there’s a wealth of entertainment waiting for you after the sun goes down. Read more here.


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