Chinatown (South Bridge Road) - Walk around the streets of Chinatown, soaking up the colorful sights and sounds, and when you get tired, hop into a bicycle rickshaw.
Thian Hock Keng Temple - This temple, built a century ago with materials from China, is dedicated to the goddess of the sea, and protector of sailors. When Chinese immigrants arrived from China, their first stop was this temple, to give thanks for their safe journey to Singapore.
Sri Mariamman, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore, is dedicated to the rain Goddess Mariamman and the goddess Devi. The temple gate is covered with oodles of brightly painted gods and goddesses, flanked by two large sculptures of white sacred cows. The inside of the temple is equally impressive, especially the painted ceilings.
Tanjong Pagar - On this shopping street, kids can see traditional restored "shophouses," painted in pastel colors. Shop for kites and theater masks (they look like Darth Maul) or stop into a tea shop for a snack.
Mount Faber Cable Car Station and Viewing Garden - Mt. Faber has views of Singapore Harbor and islands in the distance. Relax in the restaurant at the top of the hill or run around the gardens. Take a ride on the cable car to Sentosa Island.
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