Sights & Souvenirs: Where to visit in Singapore

Sights & Souvenirs: Where to visit in Singapore

From iconic landmarks and attractions, to amazing shopping options and local souvenirs, this guide has something for everyone. This article is the ideal guide for travellers looking to get a taste of Singapore. Whether you’re here to explore the culture and history or just looking for an unforgettable shopping experience.
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Singapore is a bustling home for a plethora of cultures and people. There is no shortage of food to eat, places to see, and things to do – so to help you pick out where and how you can spend your time here, we’ve curated a list of 3 places we think are worth a visit when you’re here – especially if you’re looking for souvenirs to bring home for yourself or your loved ones. 


You need to look no further than Singapore’s southern coast to find Sentosa, a sunny island fringed by sandy beaches. Fun fact: 85% of Sentosa is reclaimed land!

For a family day out, check out Universal Studios, SEA Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark, Madame Tussauds, or Nestopia. If you’re a sports and adventure buff, pay HydroDash, Skyline Luge, or Mega Adventure Park a visit. Finally, for a more relaxing trip, try out a cable car ride, make perfume at Scentopia, or spend the day at a beach club


With so much to do and see, it’s worthwhile spending a night or two at Sentosa to escape the busy and fast-paced city. Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa is a great option: a family-friendly hotel that offers optimal relaxation, its private beachfront places you at the doorstep of the shore. Our recommendation: drop by their gift store to shop Anmako’s resort wear collections too, whether you’re looking for something for others or yourself. 


National Gallery Singapore

Did you know that the National Gallery boasts the world's largest public display of modern Southeast Asian art? Located within Singapore’s former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings it’s also Singapore’s largest museum.


Although it’s usually overshadowed by Singapore’s other attractions, the National Gallery is an incredibly well-rounded gem in the heart of Singapore’s Civic District. With exhibitions, workshops, performances, discussions, and more, there is something for everyone – be it art lovers, families, or those who wish to marvel at its architectural design.  

A tip from us: check out The Gallery Store by ABRY! Featuring a curated collection of local products, you’ll be able to find items rich in sentimental, historical, and cultural value. One such item is a traditional hand-drawn silk Batik Tulis shawl. Unique and beautiful, an art piece like this is truly one-of-a-kind.



 Orchard Road


Everybody knows and loves Singapore’s shopper’s paradise: Orchard Road. With its boutique and novelty shops and services, restaurants and famous bars, and active busking scene, it’s easy to spend hours (if not days!) exploring its streets. As the holiday season approaches too, this year’s Christmas decorations are now up for your viewing pleasure.

Every mall is unique in its offerings, architectural design, and experience. You’re sure to find something for anyone you have in mind, be it colleagues, friends and family, or even yourself.

If you need some inspiration, drop by Design Orchard Design Orchard showcases over 100-homegrown designers, ranging from skincare to furniture and fashion. You can surely find perfect souvenirs that are meaningful, beautiful, and functional in equal measure.  Be sure to check out Anmako's latest collections while you are there!


As Christmas and the New Year draw near, we wish you good health and the happiest of holidays!

Written by Jillian Ng

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