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Singapore is full of outdoor and indoor attractions of all kinds; the city is very walkable and there is plenty of waterfront to enjoy. You should know that most of our short term rentals Singapore are located close to interesting sights and activities, so you will never be too far from something to do. There are more than 1,000 tourist attractions in the city, from sports to entertainment to nature to museums and music.

Outdoor Activities:
Outside the city center, Singapore has plenty of outdoor activities to offer, thanks to its many parks and gardens. To the north and west of the center you will find the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, Singapore Botanical Gardens, and Jurong Bird Park. Look for Singapore serviced apartments in the north and west to be near all of these. Flower children should not miss the Botanical Gardens' National Orchid Garden; for wilder nature, visit the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve near the zoo.

If waterfront activities are more your thing, you can find beaches on Sentosa and the East Coast; go for a swim or try waterskiing. If you prefer swimming in a pool, you have come to the right place: Singapore has one of the highest densities of public swimming pools in the world. For even more excitement, spend an afternoon at Wild Wild Wet, a water theme park.

Sport for Spectators:
Auto racing is popular in Singapore; try to visit in September to catch the nighttime F1 Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Horse lovers can see the races at the Singapore Turf Club or watch a polo match at the Singapore Polo Club.

The most popular spectator sport in Singapore is soccer (called football in Singapore); the city-state has a professional league called the S.League, which consists of teams that compete against each other and around Asia. Rugby is also popular, and Singapore's team competes annually against Malaya in the Malay Cup.

Singapore is not necessarily known as a center for arts and culture, but this sector has grown in recent years and there are some nice museums to visit and performances to attend. The world-class Esplanade Theatres on the Bay in Marina Bay hosts a variety of performing arts events and is where the Singapore Symphony Orchestra often performs; you may want to look for serviced apartments in Singapore in Marina Bay to be near the entertainment center. For a traditional music experience, get tickets for a Singapore Chinese Orchestra concert. Popular bands and DJs that go on Asia tours almost always stop in Singapore. The city-state also hosts the Singapore Arts Festival every summer.

Singapore also has a variety of museums covering a range of subjects. Here's a list of some:

Asian Civilisations Museum
National Museum of Singapore
Science Centre Singapore
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore Art Museum
Singapore History Museum
Malay Heritage Centre

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