Our kids love these places and we're sure yours will too!
From exciting science exhibitions and interactive art, to Singapore history and local culture, here's our favorite children friendly museums to visit!
Step into the magic of Disney Animation as the Immersive Disney Animation Experience is here in Singapore for the first time!
The Immersive Disney Animation is presented by Base Entertainment Asia in partnership with Walt Disney Animation Studios, and celebrates a century of Disney's animation brilliance.
Since its spectacular world premiere in Toronto in December 2022, this immersive journey has already enthralled audiences across 13 North American cities and made an intercontinental splash in Tokyo. Now, it's your turn to be mesmerized!
Featuring blockbuster animated films like Frozen, Encanto, Zootopia, and Big Hero 6, this exhibition also pays tribute to the rich legacy of Walt Disney Animation Studios.
You'll get the opportunity to delve into the art, music, and animation techniques that brought timeless classics such as The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and The Lion King to life.
From the icy landscapes of Frozen to the vibrant city of Zootopia, this immersive experience will whisk you away to the fantastical realms of your favourite Disney films.
It revives scenes, characters, and songs from Disney's past and present animated films, creating an atmosphere where you feel as if you've stepped right into the remarkable worlds of your beloved Disney characters.
The experience is more than just stunning visuals, expect interactive elements that will make your adventure even more magical - moving floors, bubble snowfall, and wristbands that light up in different colours.
You'll leave with a renewed appreciation for the artistry, creativity, and dedication poured into every single frame of a Disney animated masterpiece!
Date: From 18 Nov 2023
Location: Sands Theatres, Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Avenue, B1 Singapore 018973
The much-loved Children's Biennale by National Gallery Singapore is back for its 4th edition and it's shaping up to be amazing!
Experience 11 new immersive works of art by international artists that highlight 4 core values: Care, Collaborate, Imagine, and Respect.
Every artwork is connected to one of the 4 core values, and present relevant issues in a way that's easy for kids to understand.
The Children's Biennale sets the stage for meaningful conversations with children by asking questions such as "what kind of world do we live in today, and "what kind of world would you like to live in?" to craft its theme of ‘Let’s Make a Better Place".
Kids will love the experience and will be inspired to take an active part in creating a better future for themselves and everyone else!
Adding to the experience, there will also be a variety of on-site programmes and performances for kids such as roving theatre performances, sonic exploration sessions, and craft workshops.
Date: 27 May 2023 - 31 Mar 2024
Location: National Gallery Singapore
Step into the world of LKY: THE EXPERIENCE and uncover the extraordinary life of Lee Kuan Yew.
Embark on a journey through 20 immersive rooms, spanning 100 years of history.
Explore unique sets that bring iconic moments to life, and delve into lesser-known aspects of his story.
Prepare to be amazed as you travel through time, sliding down rainbow slides and encountering a fresh perspective on this legendary figure, far beyond his political achievements.
One of the things we found really neat was the immersive room where you can imagine yourself as LKY captivating the masses with your words.
In the next room, transport yourself to a bygone era as you sit in the replica living room and catch a glimpse of yourself on the classic television!
Ages: Recommended for all ages
Date: 6 Oct - 31 Dec 2023
Time: 10am-8pm daily
Where: 11 Prinsep Link Singapore 187949
In commemoration of Lee Kuan Yew's 100th birth anniversary, join the National Museum of Singapore in a celebration of the life, legacy, and contributions of our Founding Prime Minister.
Till 31 December 2023
Take part in a digital trail that takes you through both the Semangat yang Baru: Forging a New Singapore Spirit exhibition and post-war Singapore section of the Singapore History Gallery. Uncover illuminating facts about Mr. Lee Kuan Yew's life as you learn how his actions shaped our nation.
To top off your journey, redeem a special gift inspired by Mr Lee Kuan Yew's iconic red box at the vending machines at the Singapore History Gallery exit Level 1!
Daily from 21 July – 31 December 2023, 10am – 7pm
Singapore History Gallery (concluding section)
Created by local filmmaker Royston Tan, this short film is a heartfelt tribute to Lee Kuan Yew and his incredible contributions to Singapore.
Running at about 5 minutes, this captivating film is the highlight of the Singapore History Gallery at the museum.
Get ready to hear Mr. Lee himself as he shares a special message created mainly from a collection of his National Day Rally speeches. It's a powerful and moving depiction of how Singapore has transformed into the vibrant and modern city it is today.
Find out more on the National Museum of Singapore's website.
Get a glimpse of Singapore's past two centuries through the eyes of those who came to our shores, from the colonial days up until the present.
The exhibition showcases how tourists saw Singapore through a carefully curated collection of almost 600 memorabilia and visual icons.
From vintage postcards and posters to travel paraphernalia, everyday items and even a first generation Singapore Airlines A380 Suites cabin seat, you'll see how Singapore presented itself - and was presented - to the world.
Embark on a travel-inspired journey as soon as you step into the museum as you'll be greeted by Changi Airport's iconic flight information display flip board.
Standing at an impressive 5.3m tall, the flip board is making its public debut since being donated to Singapore's National Collection by the Changi Airport Group in 2020.
The exhibition gets more awesome at the NMS discotheque pop-up room where you can step back to the 80's complete with retro-future furnishings and decor that will take you back to the discotheques of Singapore during that time.
The pop-up disco comes with an interactive feature that lets you dance to retro groovy beats.
The best part? You can download your dance videos as keepsakes through your Heritage ID accounts. So head on down and start grooving!
The NMS disco pop-up room is part of a series of pop-up rooms that complement the larger immersive experience of Now Boarding.
Two other rooms are slated to be launched later in early August, along with a theatrical audio tour.
Date: 27 May 2023 - 25 Feb 2024
Location: Exhibition Gallery, Basement, National Museum of Singapore
Opening hours: 10am-7pm daily
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and permanent residents.
Visitors are encouraged to pre-book their museum admission tickets for this ticketed show ahead of their visit.
As part of its long-term public art initiative, Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has launched The Everyday Museum, presenting art projects and programmes across Singapore to inspire interest and curiosity in art.
The Everyday Museum starts from the Tanjong Pagar District, with Ming Wong's Wayang Spaceship (2022) landing at Tanjong Pagar Distripark.
Located prominently with the Singapore seaport as its backdrop, Wayang Spaceship is a mixed media project that explores the convergences between Chinese opera and science fiction.
By day, the work seems to be dormant, reflecting the harbor and the movements of the post-industrial surroundings at Tanjong Pagar Distripark.
When night falls at about 7 p.m, the spacecraft is triggered by an array of light, music, and moving visuals recalling the colors of Chinese opera scenes and costumes from a faraway space and time.
Aside from Wayang Spaceship, 2 other public artworks have been commissioned by the Everyday Museum; The Oort Cloud and the Blue Mountain: Edition Tanjong Pagar Distripark (2022) by Hazel Lim-Schlegel and Andreas Schlegel, in collaboration with neuewave, and Creatif Compleks (2018/2022) by Michael Lee.
Both artworks are situated in the public areas of Tanjong Pagar Distripark
Admission is free for all artworks under the Everyday Museum
Location: Singapore Art Museum at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, 39 Keppel Road #01-02 Singapore 089065
A winner of the 2018 Children in Museums Award organised by the European Museum Academy and Hands On! International Association of Children in Museums, the Keppel Centre for Art Education is a dedicated facility at the National Gallery Singapore that caters to families and kids.
The Centre has programmes lined up year round where children can discover art through imaginative play.
It's one of our favorite places to take the kids as there's just so many activities dedicated to them here!
Art Playscape - A space for children to explore interactive art with exhibits changing periodically.
The current exhibit, My INK-credible Adventure is an interactive art exhibit where kids can create their own digital ink masterpieces with the use of body movements.
Wave your hands to control brush strokes or snap your fingers to create an ink blob. There's no limit to what you can create on the digital canvas!
A particular favorite with kids are the "ink puddles" which you can jump on to create different paint splashes on screen.
Project Gallery - Explore and interact with larger-than-life works and whimsical worlds created by local artists.
The current exhibit, Because It Makes Me Feel... was created by artist Nandita Mukand.
The playful installation invites families and children to imagine visiting different houses, play "masak masak" and reflect on what home feels like.
Studio Workshops - Participate in a range of family friendly programmes and workshops such as in origami and sculpture.
Where: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew's Road Singapore 178957
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs
Created in collaboration with renowned Japanese digital art collective teamLab, Future World immerses visitors in a world of art, science, and magic through a collection of digital interactive installations.
Slide down a colorful fruit field, play the Creative Hopscotch which triggers beautiful colors and sounds with each hop, or interact with the Light Ball Orchestra.
Kids will be loving this magical world!
Where: ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has launched a new art destination at Tanjong Pagar Distripark.
Spanning 2 floors and over 3,000 square metres, SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark will open with an exciting lineup of exhibitions and art experiences from 14 Jan.
Look forward to four exciting exhibitions by local artists including experimental band The Observatory, art collective vertical submarine and SAM's pilot residents, as well as international artists such as Korakrit Arunanondchai and Gan Siong King.
With its location in a historic port and near heritage neighbourhoods, SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark promises to be a unique location where people of all ages and backgrounds can discover and be inspired by contemporary art.
Take a trip through a sweet-toothed fantasy land that's devoted to ice cream.
An installation based experience and contemporary art space, expect lots of instagrammable moments in this whimsical world that will give you a sugar rush for all five senses.
From the moment you step inside, you're in for a treat as one of our most beloved foods is brought to life through immersive rooms and playful experiences.
Look forward to:
Where: 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837
The long awaited Children's Museum Singapore is finally opening on 10 Dec 2022!
It's the first museum in Singapore dedicated specifically to children aged 12 years old and under.
At the Museum, kids can explore the wonders of Singapore's rich culture and heritage by engaging in highly interactive exhibits.
Children will be introduced to the world of museums through creative experiential learning activities in a safe yet interesting environment.
The Museum features four permanent galleries on the first floor with activities and displays tailored for kids. There will be plenty of tactile opportunities that challenge kids to think creatively, develop their intellectual capabilities, and learn more about Singapore.
On the second floor, you'll find three special galleries with new experiences and adventures that will be refreshed regularly.
Children will have access to a wide variety of hands-on exhibits that absolutely encourage touching for a participatory learning experience.
This is a kids space to let their imaginations go wild!
Opening hours: 9am - 6pm, Tuesday - Sunday (closed on Mondays)
Location: 23-B Coleman Street Singapore 179807
Tickets: Free entry for all from 13 December 2022 onwards until 31 March 2023.
Due to limited capacity, visitors are strongly encouraged to book tickets online in advance or you may not be able to enter if the museum is full.
Adults must be accompanied by a child.
Discover Changi Airport in a whole new and exciting way at the Changi Experience Studio.
This first-of-its-kind digital attraction in Singapore provides an entertaining and educational look into the workings of the world's best airport.
Go behind the scenes of Changi Airport's operations and discover what it takes to keep the airport ticking through captivating projection experiences, interactive games, and immersive shows.
There's lots to explore here with 20 different touch points spread across ten content content zones.
Kids will love the exhibits that are just filled with interactive experiences, from participating in an exciting runway race and going on a quest to collect airport trolleys, to creating music and performing a symphony in the awe inspiring Garden of Harmony.
The oldest museum in Singapore, the National Museum has lots to offer families as it brings history to life through engaging and immersive exhibits.
Kids will find these exhibits particularly enjoyable:
Singapore History Gallery - Charts the development of Singapore through the years.
Growing Up - See what life in Singapore was like during the tumultous 1950s and 1960s.
Story of the Forest - Created by Japanese digital art collective teamLab, 69 drawings from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings have been transformed into three dimensional animations, creating a magical world that invites visitors to interact with the animals, flowers, and plants up close.
The museum also runs various family programmes throughout the year such as tours, inter-generational workshops, and sensory playdates.
Where: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Admission: Free for Singaporeans, PRs, and children 6 years and below.
Located at Paya Lebar Air Base, the Air Force Museum is home to The Republic of Singapore Air Force's (RSAF) history and heritage, combining genuine artifacts with interactive media to tell the RSAF story.
The museum offers an interesting hands-on experience that will bring the Air Force's story to life for visitors of all ages.
At the Indoor Gallery, you can learn more about the RSAF's history and goals through a series of interactive exhibits and role-playing games.
Meanwhile in the Outdoor Gallery, you can get up close to fighter jets, missiles, and anti-aircraft weapons, and discover their contributions to the RSAF's progress.
Where: 400 Airport Road, Singapore 5345234
More information on Air Force museum's website.
Newly revamped, the Singapore Discovery Centre reopened in October 2020 with a whole host of new attractions.
Through the Lens of Time is a permanent exhibit which takes you on an immersive journey through the history of Singapore.
A mix of multimedia and interactive exhibits transports you to Singapore's very beginnings, through to the dark days of World War Two, the journey to Independence, and the following milestones and achievements along the way as Singapore forged to make its mark on the global stage.
Where: 510 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638365
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs
Immerse yourself in history at the Battlebox, Singapore's only operational World War II bunker.
This historic site served as the headquarters for the Allied forces during the Malayan Campaign and was where the decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese was made.
Today, the Battlebox offers a glimpse into the past with rooms meticulously restored based on historical records.
Highlights include the Surrender Conference Room, brought back to life in all its wartime gravity.
Informative texts and photographs throughout the bunker provide insights into the experiences of those who worked there and key aspects of the campaign and occupation.
It's a unique journey into a pivotal part of Singapore's history.
Ages: Recommended for ages 9 and above
Opening hours: Wednesdays – Sundays
Location: Fort Canning Park, 2 Cox Terrace 179622
Admission: While admission is free, pre-registration of tickets online is required.
The newly revamped Reflections at Bukit Chandu (RBC) reopened on 9 Sep 2021 with an enhanced retelling of the story of the Malay Regiment in the Battle of Pasir Panjang, during which the heavily outnumbered soldiers from the regiment made a heroic last stand against a 13,000-strong Japanese force.
Housed in a bungalow that was originally built in 1930 for senior British staff of an Opium Packing Plant down the hill, the space features a new immersive experience enhanced with new artefacts and displays.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a multimedia display show that tells the story of "C" Company's defence of Point 226.
The newly revamped exhibition will also feature three new spaces that trace the legacy of Bukit Chandu to provide a larger historical context beyond the World War Two period: Packing Chandu, The Lounge, and On the Lawn.
There will also be new artefacts on display for the first time,including a rare archival pre-war film footage featuring Lieutenant Adnan at a ceremonial parade, bullets from the Battle of Pasir Panjang that were found around Pasir Panjang Ridge in the 1970s, and bullet cases recovered from the eastern side of the bungalow’s compound during an archaeological excavation in 2019.
Where: 31-K Pepys Road
Admission: Free for Singapore Citizens, PRs, Children ages 6 and below
More info at the Reflections at Bukit Chandu website.
Learn all about Singapore's efforts at sustainable development at the Sustainable Singapore Gallery.
It's a 1,600 sq ft showcase featuring videos, games, and interactive stations that highlight Singapore's initiatives at sustainability, from reduction of energy use and enhancement of green spaces, to conservation of our biodiversity, and pursuit of a circular economy.
You'll come away with a deeper appreciation for what has been accomplished in our country thus far, while also gaining insights into how individual actions can collectively lead to the creation of a better future for tomorrow.
Where: Level 2, 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Marina Barrage Singapore 018951
*Due to COVID restrictions, the only way you can visit the Gallery is through a guided tour which is free.
Advanced bookings are recommended but you can also walk in at the information counter.
Guided tour bookings can be made on the Sustainable Singapore Gallery's website.
Learn about fire fighting from the past to the present. The museum is housed in Singapore's oldest fire station, the Central fire station.
You'll learn about the latest fire fighting and rescue technologies currently being used by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).
Through interactive exhibits, you'll also get a taste of what fire fighters and rescuers have to endure during an operation.
The fire station hosts an open house on Saturdays from 9am-11am where kids can get up close to the actual fire engines and fire fighting equipment. (currently not available due to COVID restrictions).
Where: 62 Hill Street, Singapore 179367
Admission: Free admission. No walk-in visits are allowed. All visitors must pre-register.
Step into the Asian Civilisations Museum and get an intimate look into the world of Asian culture.
Housed within a historic building right by the Singapore River, the museum showcases the best of Asian art, culture, heritage, archaeology, and history, particularly the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans.
Look out for the famous Tang Shipwreck exhibit, a collection of treasures salvaged from an Arab ship which sank nearly 1,100 years ago, and which remain untouched until its discovery in 1998.
Where: 1 Empress Place Singapore 179555
Admission: Free entry to the permanent galleries for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents. Charges apply for special exhibitions.
See how Singapore transformed from a small trading post into a global port hub at the Singapore Maritime Gallery.
Try your hand at the ship handling simulator where you can have a go at navigating ships under eight different story missions.
You'll feel what it's like to be a ship captain, having to guide your ship through rough seas and safely into port!
Junior explorers can head to the Explorer' Corner where they'll learn about maritime Singapore through games and interactive exhibits.
Where: 31 Marina Coastal Drive, Marina South Pier, Level 2, Singapore 018900
The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is a unique piece of Singaporean history and offers visitors a glimpse of the lesser-known side of Singapore Chinese's involvement in the 1911 Revolution.
As the Nanyang (Southeast Asia) headquarters of Dr. Sun Yat Sen's Chinese Revolutionary Alliance (Tong Meng Hui), Singapore played an important role in the 1911 Revolution that led to the overthrow of the Qing dynasty and eventual establishment of modern-day China.
The museum focuses on the contributions of Dr Sun Yat Sen's key supporters in Singapore, and chronicles how the 1911 Revolution left a lasting imprint on Singapore, particularly in the field of education, print media, and economic contributions.
Free guided tours of the museum are available daily.
Check here for tour schedule.
Where: 12 Tai Gin Road Singapore 327874
Admission: Free for all Singaporeans and Permanent Residents
More info on Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall's website.
The Time Capsule experience takes visitors on a journey through Singapore's history, culture, and landscape.
Your adventure into history starts 700 years ago, all the way back to the founding of Singapore by Sang Nila Utama.
Learn about the significant events in Singapore's history, and how it was transformed from a fishing village to a world class international city.
You'll also get a glimpse into what the future holds for Singapore
The Science Centre Singapore holds the largest collection of educational materials devoted to science in Singapore, with more than a thousand interactive exhibits across over 20 permanent exhibitions.
Catch the newest exhibition, Earth Alive, where you'll discover the science and systems behind our planet thorough fun interactive exhibits and enthralling visual displays.
Don't miss the exciting daily shows such as the electrifying Tesla Coil demonstration and the Fire Tornado Show.
Then learn about the importance of water and prepare to get wet at the water play area at Waterworks.
Where: 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
KidsSTOP is Science Centre Singapore's dedicated Children's Science Centre for children aged 8 years and below.
The 3,000 square meter gallery houses more than 20 exhibits designed to introduce children to concepts in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Themed zones such as Flight & Space, Nature, and Supermarket offer plenty of hands on activities and opportunities for children to learn through interactive play.
Where: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Road
Admission: From $5 per child and $2 per adult for Singaporeans and PRs
Home to over 560,000 catalogued lots and over a million species from throughout the region, the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is Singapore first and only natural history museum.
Highlights include the three towering Sauropod fossils, which were among the largest and heaviest animals to ever walk on land.
There's also a skeleton of Singapore's first sperm whale!
Where: National University of Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377
The newly opened Fort Canning Heritage Gallery traces more than 700 years of history, giving visitors insight into the rich heritage of Fort Canning Hill.
Spread out over 2 levels of the South Wing of Fort Canning Centre, the gallery features archaeological artefacts excavated from sites within Fort Canning Park, as well as various digital interactive stations.
You can also watch a cinematic experience of the Singapore Bicentennial centerpiece event in 2019.
Park goers can explore the enhanced Spice Garden, which is Singapore's most diverse spice garden, covering over 3,200 square metres and featuring more than 180 varieties of plants.
Here, you'll find significant herbs such as Gambier and Pepper, which were among the earliest crops grown commercially in Singapore.
Location: 5 Cox Terrace Singapore 179620
Discover Chinese Singapore culture and take a trip to see how geography, economics, and politics played a part in influencing the present-day Chinese Singaporean identity.
It's one of the most interactive exhibitions we've been to with stories brought to life through videos, games, and interactive stations.
Kids will have a ball discovering new things in every zone with a surprise at seemingly every corner.
They'll be peeping through doors and windows to see the hidden treasures inside, trying their hand at the kopi-making game, and learning how our food was influenced by different cultures at the food projection table.
You'll be given a token which you can use to interact with various stations throughout the exhibition. At the end of the exhibition, you'll get a printout highlighting your unique identity!
When you're done, head to the rooftop where you'll be treated to spectacular views of the city skyline.
Where: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906
The Indian Heritage Centre traces the history of Indian and South Asian communities in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
The permanent galleries feature five themes spanning the 1st century CE to the 21st century, with artifacts and interactive displays presenting the history of interactions between South and Southeast Asia.
The galleries also take us through the experiences of the Indian community in both Singapore and Malaya during the colonial period, and highlights contributions of the Indian and South Asian communities to building up the Singapore of today.
Where: Indian Heritage Centre, 5 Campbell Lane, Singapore 209924
More info on Indian Heritage Centre's website.
After almost 4 years of closure for renovations, the Peranakan Museum reopened to the public again in Feb 2023.
You'll experience an intriguing journey through Peranakan culture at the newly refurbished museum building which covers 3 floors and houses 9 galleries.
With more than 800 objects adorning its walls, including newly-acquired artefacts, and carefully preserved heirlooms from donors, visitors will get to explore the Peranakan identity through the themes of "Origins", "Home", and "Style".
Through interactive displays, programmes, and themed showcases, anyone curious about Peranakans in Singapore and Southeast Asia will gain deep insight into this diverse cultural tradition.
Interviews, narratives, and expressions from various Peranakan communities such as the Arab Peranakans, Chinese Peranakans, Chitty Melakans ( or Peranakan Indians), and Jawi Peranakans showcase the distinctiveness of each culture while still being connected through its shared Malay-Indonesian heritage.
Location: 39 Armenian Street Singapore 179941
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs
Find out more on Peranakan Museum's website
Housed in a former Malay Palace and located in the historic Kampong Gelam, Gedung Kuning, and the surrounding Kampong Gelam district, the Malay Heritage Center showcases the rich culture and heritage of Singapore's Malay Community.
You'll find interactive multimedia, special exhibitions, as well as artefacts from the National Collection and contributions from the Malay community in the museum's six permanent galleries.
Check out My Babak's Studio, a children's space inspired by the workshop of a Banjarese diamond trader and jeweller.
Where: Malay Heritage Center, 85 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198501
Madame Tussauds is known for its wax figurines of famous people and celebrities, but it’s also home to many different experiences such as Images of Singapore, Ultimate Film Star Experience, and the hot-favourite Marvel Universe 4D, where you’ll get to feel the effects like you would in a Marvel movie!
At the museum, come face to face with over 80 of the world's most famous sports stars, celebrities in music, film, and TV, as well as world leaders including Stefanie Sun, JJ Lin, Nicole Kidman, Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp, and Ronaldo.
And don't miss out on the exclusive Harry Styles figure, the only one in all of Asia!
There’s even a K-Zone where those who love their Korean celebrities can take photos with their favourite Oppas.
Feel like a superstar in the Ultimate Film Star zone, where you'll step into the glamorous world of the Indian film industry.
Join forces with your favourite Marvel Avengers cast and fight alongside them in the only Marvel universe 4D movie experience in Asia.
Madame Tussauds Singapore is the only Madame Tussauds attraction that offers a water ride.
Hop aboard the "Spirit of Singapore" and embark on a magical journey celebrating the iconic sights and rich history of Singapore.
Location: 40 Imbiah Road Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Singapore, 099700
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