Many Singaporeans visit Pulau Hantu to snorkel or to scuba-dive. If these activities are not your cup of tea, try picking ... More
Many Singaporeans visit Pulau Hantu to snorkel or to scuba-dive. If these activities are not your cup of tea, try picking seashells, swimming in the clear lagoon, or walking over to the other smaller islets during low tide. Note that bathroom and shower facilities are available, so remember to bring supplies with you. This is one of the places where you can spot coral reefs. To get to Pulau Hantu (which literally translates into 'Ghost Island'), you will have to charter a bumboat from Clifford Pier .
This is one of Singapore's fantastic exhibitions of classical Chinese art. Established in 1975, Tzen Gallery specializes mainly in famous
19th century Chinese paintings and works from contemporary masters in China and the South east Asian region. Displayed in ...
The first Siamese King ever to tread on foreign grounds was King Chulalongkorn and his choice of destination, Singapore. Soon
after his eight day visit in 1871, the King conferred to the State this bronze Elephant Statue as a ...
Designed and built according to the Chinese concept of geomancy, Far East Square reconstructs Chinatown the way it was in
the old days. The streets are lined with shops bearing architecture dating back to 1840. The structural details and ...
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