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Singapore Tourist Attractions

Hotel Grand Pacific Singapore boasts a central location near Bugis Junction, the MRT, City Hall, Suntec City and the Singapore Art Museum. Enjoy 4-star hotel accommodation just steps from the best sights, attractions and tourist activities in Singapore. 

For recommendations on what to do or assistance with arranging city tours, the staff at Hotel Grand Pacific Singapore are at your service.

Nearby sights and attractions include:

Singapore Art Museum

Opened in 1996 in a building that once housed a Catholic boys’ school, this museum displays 10,000 works of Southeastern Asian contemporary art. A nearby extension, SAM at 8Q, is home to a fascinating collection of multidisciplinary and interactive works.

Mint Museum of Toys

This museum boasts an outstanding collection of toys, with a particular emphasis on science fiction movies and literature and the American space program in the 1960s.

Singapore Philatelic Museum

Learn the story of Singapore’s history, culture and landmark events as told through postage stamps and related material dating back to the 1830s. These fascinating interactive exhibitions offer glimpses of Singapore’s history, culture, science and technology.

Peranakan Museum

Learn more about Singapore’s splendid Peranakan heritage and its eclectic culture and history through a range of fun interactive exhibits.

Boat Quay

This historical riverside quay was once the busiest part of the old Port of Singapore. Today, its beautifully renovated shophouses have been converted to bars, pubs and restaurants.

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple

Built in 1884 to honour Guanyin, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy, this official landmark is one of the most popular temples in Singapore. On the eve of the Lunar New Year, thousands of devotees gather here to burn incense and pray. Legend has it that the first person to plant his or her incense sticks at the stroke of midnight will have a prosperous year.


No city centre destination brings together entertainment, history, architecture and beauty quite like Chijmes. On the grounds of a former Catholic girls school and onetime orphanage, this lifestyle destination features green lawns, marble waterfalls, courtyards and neoclassical buildings, the perfect relaxing respite in the heart of Singapore. 

Sri Krishnan Temple

This South Indian Hindu temple dedicated to Sri Krishna and his consort Rukmini enchants visitors of all religions and ethnicities with its grand architecture. A symbol of Singapore’s multi-cultural, multi-religious heritage, it welcomes all to pay a visit and make an offering of lighted joss sticks. 

Suntec City

Offering diverse shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities in a bustling location, Suntec City is one of Singapore’s best lifestyle destinations. 

Bugis Junction Mall

Located at the junction of Victoria Street, Middle Road and North Bridge Road in Bugis, this vibrant indoor/outdoor mall and shopping avenue offers everything from big brand names to authentic hawker karts. 

Clarke Quay

From easygoing beach bars and laid back cocktail lounges to dance-til-dawn nightclubs and chic after-hours haunts, Clarke Quay has the perfect hangout for any night owl.


This scenic park in the Singapore CBD is home to many of the city’s most cherished historic landmarks, including Queen Elizabeth Walk, the former Indian National Army Monument, The Cenotaph, Tan Kim Seng Fountain, and the Lim Bo Seng Memorial.

Raffles City Shopping Centre

This booming shopping and entertainment district showcases over 200 upscale shops, including the high-end Robinsons Department Store and Raffles City Market Place, one of the finest gourmet supermarkets in southeast Asia. 

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