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3 Best Tourist Attractions in Raffles Place

Expert recommended Top 3 Tourist Attractions in Raffles Place, Singapore. All of our tourist attractions actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and price to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

SINGAPORE CITY GALLERY

45 Maxwell Road, The URA Centre, Singapore 069118 Directions
Since 1999

What our experts say?
Singapore City Gallery has displayed Singapore's remarkable transformation in the last 50 years. It explains Singapore's development story through 40 engaging and immersive exhibits, describing their planning challenges and the creative approaches that solve them. It is a three-story visitor centre that houses an extensive model replica of Singapore's Central Town, offering visitors a full view of the city. This 3-storey visitor centre goes under the town's skin to recognize how the city came to be with its iconic buildings. The Gallery provides free guided tours to the local community to learn more about how they make their city a lively, human-friendly and delightful home. Singapore City Gallery also provides various learning experiences tailored to students.

SPECIALITY:
Community Tours, Exhibits, Arts, Architecture, Educational Program, Videos and Pictures of Famous Landmarks, Designers, Cool Place, Gallery, Stories & Streetscapes

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Mon-Sat: 9am - 5pm(By appointment only)
Sun: Closed

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MERLION PARK

1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213 Directions
Since 1972

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Merlion Park is an iconic landmark and major tourist attraction in Singapore. It is the statue of Half-fish and half-lion. It symbolises Singapore's beginnings as a fishing village called Temasek, and the head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, or ‘lion city’ in Malay. It was designed by late Singaporean sculptor Mr Lim Nang Seng and his eight children in 1972. The statue is 8.6 metres and weighs 70 tonnes. In 2002, the Merlion was shifted 120 meters from its original location to where it now stands in Merlion Park. The present Merlion is four times bigger than the original.

SPECIALITY:
Statue, Fountain, Views, Photography, River & Hotels

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