A harmony of East and West, where tradition melds with modernity, Singapore offers an incredible tapestry of diverse cultures, architecture, art and cuisine. Amid a cityscape of grand colonial buildings, conservation shophouses and futuristic skyscrapers, discover an infinite playground of experiences – from unparalleled shopping and a vibrant nightlife, to museum-hopping and a rich multi-ethnic food culture. And for such a modern metropolis, the island’s wild side, encompassing rainforests, wetlands and lush nature reserves, will surprise you.
For guests arriving by air, we can provide airport transfers by car to/from Changi International Airport (30-40 mins).
Regent Singapore is ideally located for sightseeing and for business. Singapore Botanic Gardens and Orchard Road are just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. To explore further, bus, MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and taxi services are easily accessible. Pick up a Singapore Tourist Pass that offers unlimited travel on buses and the MRT. 1-day, 2-day and 3-day passes are available.
Things to Do
Breakfast with Orangutans
Start your visit to the Zoo with a unique breakfast experience in the company Singapore’s orang utan family. Be prepared to get up close and personal as they come ambling through from their natural free-range habitat next to the breakfast lodge. After a hearty breakfast, take a tram ride and begin your journey of animal kingdom discovery with over 3,600 animals!
Ah Meng Restaurant
9 am. - 10:30 am (Animal appearance from 9:30 - 10 am)
$35 (Adult) and $25 (Child). Zoo admission fees apply
Indulge in sun, sea and pristine beaches and an exciting array of attractions and activities including watersports, Underwater World, S.E.A. Aquarium and Madame Tussauds.
Theatres @ Marina Bay Sands
Experience world-famous shows and headlining events at Marina Bay Sands’ two MasterCard Theatres.
Walk the bustling lanes of Little India, shopping, eating, and soaking in the atmosphere and aromas of incense and spice that scent the air.
Apart from the island’s interesting history, it is also known for camping, trekking, picnic, tours and guided activity to get away from the busy city life. Its untouched beaches and warm blue waters is home to beautiful reefs and marine life. This island is accessible by public bumboats from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. First boat leaves at 6:00 a.m. and the last boat back is at 10:30 p.m.
East Coast Park
An urban getaway with a myriad of sporting, dining and recreational activities. For a relaxing day out, have a picnic under the shade of our tropical trees, light up a barbecue or indulge in sumptuous cuisines at hawker centres or restaurants for a cool beach side dining. Looking for more action? Beach volleyball, cycling and various water sports such as cable-skiing and laser sailing facilities are also available with multiple shower facilities along the coast.
Enjoy 360-degree city views, and panoramas that stretch to parts of Malaysia and Indonesia on a clear day.
Take a picture with the Merlion, the national icon of Singapore featuring the head of a lion and the body of a fish, a statue of which stands at the mouth of the Singapore River.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Founded in 1859, this 52-hectare garden is the only tropical garden to be honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcasing spectacular tropical flora in a stunning verdant landscape.
Gardens by the Bay
Spanning 101 hectares of waterfront gardens, the park includes unique features such as the Cooled Conservatories, Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and 18 stunning Supertrees.
Traditional meets trendy in a bustling mix of street stalls, markets and hipster cafes. Visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre on Pagoda Street, which traces the history of the Singapore Chinese community.
Hop on a bumboat from Clarke Quay and explore the Civic District, The Fullerton Heritage, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall.
G-MAX & GX-5
The reverse bungy G-Max springs you up to the sky at a speed of 200km/h and that is enough gravitational force to compete with astronauts on a rocket launch! As for the Extreme Swing, it is a 5-seater capsule that pulls you perpendicularly off the ground before releasing you down on a massive swing at the speed of 120km/h.
Singapore’s location near the equator is one of the few in the world with a vista that allows you to view constellations in both the northern and southern celestial hemispheres. Endowed with a range of sophisticated facilities including a 40cm Cassegrain reflector with combined focal length of 520 cm, a 15 cm apochromatic Kepler refractor and a 5.5 metre stainless steel dome which can swivel in any direction. A series of Astronomy 101 talks are held on the second Friday of every month at 8 pm and 9 pm.
Bukit Timah Saddle Club (BTSC)
There is nothing more romantic than horseback riding with your loved one. This is a British Horse Society approved club, riding school and livery centre. Nothing to worry about if you are new as BTSC caters for both equestrians and leisure riders.
Tuesday to Sunday | 7 to 10 am | 4 to 7 pm
Singapore’s reservoir in the city is the height of technological sophistication. Discover how it ingeniously prevents flooding in the city, and enjoy sweeping views from atop its green roof.
A fully integrated family fun centre and in-door playground with 9500 sq ft of facilities. Highlights include 3D Glow-In-The-Dark Mini-Golf Course, a 6-storey Jungle Play Gym, a Spaceball room for an eight player shoot out and a play area just for toddlers. It is a great place for the family to spend quality time together, bonding through thrilling games, fun activities, dining and entertainment.
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
Catch a world-class music, dance or theatre performance at the Esplanade’s 1,600-seat concert hall and 2,000-seat theatre.
Take a walk on the wild side with creatures of the night at one of Singapore’s most popular tourist attractions.
Universal Studios Singapore
Located within Resorts World Sentosa, packed with rides and attractions based on blockbuster films and TV series.
National Gallery Singapore
The gallery oversees the world’s largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian art, consisting of over 8,000 artworks.
National Museum of Singapore
A cultural and architectural landmark dating back to 1887, whose galleries provide an immersive experience of the country’s rich history.
A hub of nightclubs, bars and eateries, including moored Chinese junks that have been refurbished into floating pubs and restaurants.
Asian Civilisations Museum
Showcasing artefacts from across Asia, emphasising the continent's diversity of civilisations and cultures.
Singapore Art Museum
Houses the largest public collection of contemporary Southeast Asian artworks including paintings, sculptures and installations.
Designed to resemble an open lotus flower, the museum explores the processes at the heart of art and science, and is a venue for major international touring exhibitions.
Restored shophouses turned restaurants and drinking holes make Boat Quay a great choice for wining, dining or taking a relaxing walk along the riverside.
MacRitchie Reservoir Park
A 12-hectare green haven, popular with nature lovers, runners and water sports enthusiasts, featuring nature trails and a Treetop Walk.
Discover some 300 species in the zoo’s unique open concept, where many of the animals roam freely, separated from visitors by water.
The only goat farm in Singapore producing fresh goat mink locally. HAY Diaries features more than 1,000 goats from different regions and unique breeds such as the Alpine Goat from Minnesota. Milking process starts at 10:30 a.m. and certainly not to be missed away during your visit.
A 10 km stretch of green, open spaces, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, and one of the best spots in Singapore to enjoy panoramic city and harbour views.
Besides a huge variety of shops, supermarkets, food courts and eateries, VivoCity includes a 15-screen multiplex cinema and a large outdoor playground with wading pool.
Located in Little India, Mustafa Centre is jam-packed with every item imaginable – food, clothing, jewelry, electronics, home appliances, and much more, at competitive prices.
Jurong Bird Park
Have fun exploring the park’s collection of more than 8,000 birds from over 600 species, plus catch live educational bird shows and feedings.
Discover the creatures that make their home in the world’s greatest rivers at this 12-hectare park nestled between the Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari.
Two-storey conservation shophouses comprising hundreds of small stalls selling all manner of items at bargain prices.
A popular one-stop destination on Orchard Road, retailing everything from designer fashion labels to books and household items, and with a fabulous food hall.
Children’s Garden – Gardens by the Bay
Water play features, rainforest treehouses, and a play zone just for toddlers ensure a fun-filled day out.
Indian Heritage Centre
This four-storey architectural gem traces the diverse heritage of Singapore’s Indian community in themed galleries, spanning the 1st to the 21st century.
Take a break from the bustle with a day trip to Singapore’s relatively untouched offshore islands, including Pulau Ubin, St. John’s Island, and Sisters’ Islands, which have been designated as Singapore’s first marine park.
Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
Located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens and open to children up to 12 years of age, the garden features interactive installations and fun nature-inspired activities.
Home to the landmark Sultan Mosque with its impressive gold dome, and a warren of streets lined with eclectic cafes, indie boutiques and fabric shops.
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
The museum showcases the history and diversity of life on Earth across 16 thematic zones, the star attraction being three impressive dinosaur skeletons.
Unleash your creativity and imagination at MOSH!, a digital media edutainment facility that provides a unique play-to-learn experience using state-of-the-art multimedia technology.
This is the more laidback of Singapore River’s three quays, offering a mix of international restaurants and al fresco dining, wine bars and arts houses.
A space dedicated to play, offering participative and multi-sensory experiences that stimulate children’s curiosity, and invite them to explore, innovate and engage.
Prominently located in the heart of Orchard Road, Paragon is the choice destination for those in search of luxury products and designer fashion.
Indulge in eight levels of retail therapy offering over 300 mid- to high-end retail, F&B and lifestyle stores, including luxury brand flagship boutiques.
Discover a perfect blend of classic style and contemporary trends, and a basement level thronging with a myriad dining options.
Let’s Go Bike
Exploring the streets of Singapore away from the traffic! Follow local guides along carefully-designed routes to experience new and old parts of the city, local markets and homes in the heartlands of Singapore. The bike tour is about 20 km long with a duration of about 4 hours. Tour includes a local guide, bicycles, sampling Singaporean snacks and beverages.
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