Singapore Tourist Spots

Home to vibrant nightlife, bustling markets and colonial buildings

Singapore offers visitors a unique blend of modern attractions and historic delights. Home to vibrant nightlife, bustling markets and colonial buildings, Singapore is sure to provide an unforgettable experience for your next holiday. A shopping paradise, Singapore has everything from luxury boutiques and designer stores to bargain street vendors and electronics shopping malls. Orchard Road, Singapore’s shopping Mecca, offers a plethora of stores ranging from international fashion chains to local boutiques. Tourists looking out for a unique experience can also visit shopping arcades such as Clarke Quay, Bugis Street, and Raffles Place. Singapore also boasts a colourfully diverse culture, with ethnicities like the Chinese, Malays, and Indians having established the country’s unique customs, religions, and cuisines. Little India and Chinatown, Singapore’s two main urban neighbourhoods, are popular destinations for visitors looking to explore the country’s cultural heritage. 

Sentosa Sensoryscape

A feast for spectacular views. Head on to Sentosa Island and experience the newest attraction in Singapore. With just a bus ride away take bus 123 from Blk 55 bus stop and alight at Sentosa island. 

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Gardens by The Bay

One of the most iconic landmarks in Singapore, situated on the waterfront and home to an array of spectacular landscape features and iconic Supertrees, which provide a stunning backdrop to events, outdoor activities and shows.

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Outdoor Bandstand in Singapore Botanic Gardens near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Singapore Botanic Gardens Unesco

A stunning 74-hectare oasis located in the heart of the city-state. Created in 1859, it is one of the oldest gardens in Asia and the only tropical garden on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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Aerial view of Clarke Quay Mall & city at night near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Clarke Quay

The nightlife and entertainment hub in Singapore, located beside the Singapore River, right at Clark Quay MRT station.

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The entrance of Universal Studios theme park on Sentosa Island near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Sentosa Island

An island resort off the southern coast of Singapore. It is home to Universal Studios Singapore, various beaches, a nature park, and more.

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Aerial view of Chinatown at night with lanterns & decorations near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore


Lively, vibrant area in the heart of Singapore that is well worth a visit. This area is filled with amenities such as traditional shops and restaurants, and a wide array of cultural attractions such as the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple and the splendid Chinatown Heritage Centre.

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Crowded Bugis Street market at night near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Bugis Street

A shopping street in Singapore located in the Bugis district. The street is home to more than 600 stores, including the Bugis Junction shopping mall.

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Marina Bay Sand, Art Science Museum & cityscape captured during night near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Marina Bay Sands

An iconic landmark located in Singapore. It is an integrated resort located on the waterfront and includes a hotel, convention and exhibition center, shopping and entertainment complex, and a museum, as well as two large theaters.

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Sultan Mosque & busy markets in Arab Streets near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Arab Street

Located near or within the area of Bugis Junction, an historic district in Singapore. It is a small shopping district that is popular with visitors, especially those from the Middle East.

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Colorful House of Tan Teng Niah near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

Little India

The area is home to a variety of shops and restaurants focusing on Indian food, culture, and goods. It is particularly known for its array of colorful shophouses and strong Singaporean-Indian identity.

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The HSBC Rain Vortex in Jewel Changi Airport near Nostalgia Hotel Singapore

The Jewel Vortex

Singapore’s interactive, high-tech digital sculpture in Singapore's Jewel Changi Airport. It is a seven-meters-tall art piece composed of aluminum and color-changing LED displays. Visitors are encouraged to interact with the art piece.

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