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  • Mandarin Gallery

    Each floor of this glass-enclosed mall is designed to showcase its 100 high-end shops. More
  • Mini Toons

    A seemingly endless selection of cartoon-adorned items includes quirky collectibles (you can’t miss the Voodoo Minis, plush dolls with mummy-style ... More
  • Ministry of Sound

    The city's surprisingly vibrant and edgy (!) club. More
  • Movie Theatres

    Changi’s two theaters play the latest blockbusters and cable TV movies around the clock, with up to 10 screenings daily. And the upholstered armcha... More
  • Nexus Lounge

    This well-equipped public lounge has free Internet stations, LCD televisions with cable, and a “kiddie corner” television tuned into the Cartoon Ch... More
  • Peranakan Museum

    The small Peranakan Museum, devoted to the fusion cultures of Singapore, was installed in a disused middle school. More
  • Post Bar

    Singapore’s Post Bar, in the iconic Fullerton Hotel, lends its swank style to its airport outpost. Behind an onyx bar, black-clad bartenders shake ... More
  • Rainforest Lounge

    This tropical-themed retreat with straw furniture also has full spa services, plenty of napping corners, and “slumberettes”—small rooms with single... More
  • Sandee Litwin

    Travel agency owner Sandee Litwin has nearly three decades of experience in the travel industry. With particular expertise in upscale luxury cruise... More
  • Sia Huat

    Occupying three adjacent shops on Temple Street, this spacious kitchen supply store sells tableware, utensils, and foodservice products to Singapor... More
  • Singapore Art Museum

  • Singapore Botanic Gardens

  • Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN)

    Singapore Changi Airport is the world’s seventh busiest airport, servicing more than 100 international airlines and providing flights to 210 cities... More
  • Singapore Transit Tours

    Travelers with a minimum five-hour layover can journey into the city on one of two free stopover tours. The Colonial Excursion retraces Singapore’s... More
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