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Singapore Botanic Gardens UNESCO dating back to Colonial times under the British, with an attractive Orchid garden. The Zoo that also offers night safaris, Yurong Bird Park, an excursion to Sentosa by cable car with the S.E.A. aquarium and the Universal Studios (rollercoasters, shows and much more). Fort Siloso. Lau Pa Sat (old market in Hokkien dialect) Pavilion for those delicious Satay BBQ's. The Super Tree Grove Light show at Marina Bay. Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome (the largest glass greenhouse in the world). Shopping along Orchard Road (with 22 shopping malls) or Bugis Street Night market. Haw Par Tiger Balm Villa. Sip a cocktail at a cool rooftop bar like One Altitude. Chinatown (pagodas, temples near Trengganu street, Sri Mariamman Temple, a colorful Hindu temple. Little India with Indian Heritage Centre museum, Sri Veeramakaliamman temple. National museum of Singapore. Buddah Tooth Relic temple. Clark Quay with many restaurants and bars. Asian Civilisations museum. Cavenagh pedestrian brigde. Merlion fountain, Iconic Raffles Hotel with the original Singapore Sling made at its bar, and still a must place to go. Sultan Mosque in Kampong Glam, plus Arab street with exotic eateries and trendy cafes.