Landmarks in Singapore

Every city has its own unique buildings, monuments or architectural structures. These icons or landmarks tend to be places of interest to tourists and visitors. In Singapore, the majority of landmarks are designated due to their historical significance, be it an old government building or a World War 2 memorial. Visiting and appreciating the landmarks of a city enables you to better understand its history and milestones.

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Chinatown Heritage Centre


This historical place pays homage to the memories and stories of Singapore’s forefathers, who travelled from afar to settle in what is now modern day Singapore.

Location: Pagoda Street, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Singapore

Changi Chapel and Museum


The Changi Chapel and Museum is dedicated to honouring those who rose above adversity in the dark and tumultuous years of World War 2

Location: Changi Chapel Museum, Singapore

Singapore Art Museum


More affectionately known as SAM, the Singapore Art Museum aims to preserve and present the art histories and contemporary art practices of Singapore and the Southeast Asian region.

Location: Queen St, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

Peranakan Museum


This is a sister museum under the Asian Civilisations Museum. The Peranakan Museum aims to explore the interesting culture of Peranakan communities in Singapore, Malaysia and Penang, together with their links throughout SE Asia.

Location: Armenian Street, Peranakan Museum, Singapore

Asian Civilisations Museum


The Asian Civilisations Museum is the 1st of its kind in the South-East Asian region to put on display a different view of the rich ethnic diversity and culture of Singapore.

Location: Empress Place, Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore

Victoria Concert Hall and Theatre


The Victoria Concert Hall and Theatre is made up of 2 buildings connected through the middle by a clock tower.

Location: Empress Place, Victoria Concert Hall, Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore

National Museum of Singapore


The National Museum of Singapore is by far the country’s oldest museum.

Location: Stamford Road, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore

The Arts House at the Old Parliament


Singapore's newest arts and heritage venue

Location: Old Parliament Lane, The Arts House, Singapore

Merlion Park


A unique Singaporean icon sits opposite the Esplanade, complete with a mini-park

Location: Fullerton Road, Merlion Park, Singapore

Esplanade - Theatres On The Bay


The city's premier performing.arts venue

Location: Esplanade Drive, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore