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Recently ranked by Lonely Planet as top country destination in 2015, it's easy to find things to do, see and enjoy in Singapore.

Skip the same old packaged tours and get out about town on your own. Experience riverside attractions with Studio M located in the heart of Robertson Quay, just a pleasant stroll away from the museum belt and Chinatown.

Accessible by MRT, Orchard Road, Somerset and Dhoby Gaut are just a few stops away. Enjoy endless hours of shopping and gastronomic adventures in the bountiful offerings quayside living has to bring - create unforgettable stories and memories.

So go on and be the skipper of your own journey! Take on the streets and discover what lies just around the block.

Esplanade

1 Esplanade Drive
Singapore 038981

As one of the world’s busiest arts centres, Esplanade offers a staggering range of programmes which caters to all audiences. In addition to Esplanade Presents performances, other offerings by diverse presenters complement the programmes at the centre, ensuring that there is something for everyone.

Esplanade’s programmes are broadly organised around key areas – the community and access programmes form the foundation of activities at the centre, collaborations with mainly local arts groups help develop the industry, while leading international productions offer innovative programmes in the major arts genres. These programmes are presented in different festivals and series designed to appeal to the broadest range of audiences.

From Studio M by Car : 3km, 9 mins
The above distance mentioned is based on estimated guide subject to traffic conditions

National Museum

93 Stamford Road
Singapore 178897

Visit the National Museum of Singapore and you will be exploring a fascinating attraction that draws many globetrotters to Singapore. Things to see and do may be plenty in this vibrant region, but a visit to the National Museum is bound to be enlightening as well as exciting.

Historic

The oldest museum in Singapore, it boasts a history dating back to 1887. A custodian of the 11 National Treasures, the National Museum comprises Living Galleries that adopt modern and diverse forms of presenting history and culture, redefining the conventional museum experience.

One of the country's four national museums, and the largest museum in the country, the National Museum has an iconic structure which is a blend of ancient and modern styles. First established as the Raffles library and museum, it boasts an elegant neo-classical building which is flawlessly joined by a cutting-edge extension of metal and glass.


Esplanade

1 Esplanade Drive
Singapore 038981

As one of the world’s busiest arts centres, Esplanade offers a staggering range of programmes which caters to all audiences. In addition to Esplanade Presents performances, other offerings by diverse presenters complement the programmes at the centre, ensuring that there is something for everyone.

National Museum

93 Stamford Road
Singapore 178897

Visit the National Museum of Singapore, the oldest museum in the city. A custodian of the 11 National Treasures, the National Museum comprises Living Galleries that adopt modern and diverse forms of presenting history and culture, redefining the conventional museum experience.

Explore a fascinating attraction that draws many globetrotters to Singapore. Things to see and do may be plenty in this vibrant region, but a visit to the National Museum is bound to be enlightening as well as exciting.

Chinatown

Chinatown Visitors Centre
2 Banda Street, Singapore 059962

A story of Chinese heritage
Singapore’s historic Chinatown is a bustling mix of old and new, filled with traditional shops and markets as well as cool stores and cafes. Pockets of history remain in Chinatown, along with more modern sights. You could easily spend a few days wandering through these still-narrow streets.