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Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore

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1. Garden Rhapsody Show
Unwind after an enriching day at GCC by catching the Supertrees in their full glory at this lightand sound show. Showing daily at 7:45pm and 8:45pm.
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2. East Coast Park and Beach
Enjoy a walk or cycle around Singapore’s largest outdoor recreational space. Stop at East Coast Food Lagoon for some local fare or explore a new area via the park connectors.
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3. Visit a Hawker Centre
Eat like a local at a hawker centre! Go on a hunt for the best laska, chicken rice, nasi lemak, or uncover hidden gems. For the adventurous, try ordering coffee or tea in the local lingo!
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4. Kampong Glam
Visit the Malay Heritage Centre and Sultan Mosque to learn about the history of Malay royalty in Singapore. Explore the surrounding areas for trendy local boutiques, fabrics and haberdashery.
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5. Women’s World Floorball Championship
Catch the top 16 floorball teams battle it out for the coveted world championship title. Discounted price tickets available to GCC participants - look out for our email!
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6. Kayak the Kallang Basin
See the sights from a new perspective - paddle from the Sports Hub towards Marina Bay, and enjoy views of the Formula 1 pit building, Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands as you go.
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7. Singapore Botanic Gardens
Where better to admire flora and fauna than Singapore’s first UNESCO world heritage site? With over ten trails to choose from, theres sure to be something for everyone.
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8. Mandai Wildlife Reserve
Get set for an unforgettable wildlife adventure at Mandai where you can visit 5 distinct sub-attractions! Explore the Bird Paradise, Night Safari, River Wonders, Singapore Zoo and Mandai Wildlife West. One day may not be enough for this experience!
9. Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon
Beat jetlag as you run past iconic Singapore landmarks, or soak up the electrifying atmosphere and cheer runners on as a spectator.
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10. Haw Par Villa
The colourful sculptures and displays in this eclectic outdoor art gallery tell stories of Asian culture and history. The daring can take a trip to Hell’s Museum, which explores differing belief systems about death and the afterlife.
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