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Things To Do


At Westin, everything we do is designed to help you make the most of your stay.

Featuring places of interest and experiences within a short distance of The Westin Singapore, here’s an insightful, experiential guide of the city.

Explore Marina Bay
Gardens by the Bay

Perfect for a stroll and picnic with the family, Gardens by the Bay spans 101 lush hectares, and features over 250,000 rare plants.

Head to the air-conditioned conservatory complex, Flower Dome & Cloud Forest, for changing display of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions, and take in breath-taking views surrounded by lush green and hidden floral gems.

Don’t miss the nightly dazzling sky show featuring spectacular lights and sounds in the OCBC Garden Rhapsody, happening amidst the Supertrees.

Singapore Flyer

Take a trip on the Singapore Flyer and enjoy breath-taking 360-degree views of Singapore’s magnificent cityscape, and take in Singapore’s iconic and historical landmarks from a panoramic bird’s-eye view.

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

Located at the gorgeous waterfront of Marina Bay, the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is known for its distinctive twin shells which are likened to durian, a popular local fruit, also known as the king of fruits. It houses world-class performance facilities and is one of the busiest Arts centers in the world.

Merlion Park

The mythical Merlion, with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, is a national icon of Singapore. The Merlion's body symbolizes Singapore's humble beginnings as a fishing village, and its head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, or ‘lion city’ in Malay.
Food Trails
Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat, or "Old Market" in the Hokkien dialect, used to be a wet market over 150 years ago during the times of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore. It has now been converted into a permanent food center; a famous gourmet paradise offering a large selection of local delicacies while retaining its classic charm.

Make a beeline for some of Singapore's popular dishes such as chili and black pepper crabs, fried carrot cake, fried kway teow, and rojak — a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish. Watch as the street transforms as night falls — lined with rows of satay stalls, serving up succulent and juicy Satay (skewered grilled meat).

Satay by the Bay

Nestled in the quietest corner of Gardens by the Bay, Satay by the Bay exudes the quaint charm of the good old days. Ingeniously designed to mimic a giant canopy that spreads over the venue, feel the inviting sea breeze while you enjoy your food. With wide, spacious seating and a seemingly endless selection of stalls from local to regional and international food, you’d be spoilt for choice!

Chinatown Food Street

The famous Chinatown Food Street is a local food destination located in the bustling cultural enclave of Chinatown. Taste Singapore's local fares while admiring the colorful heritage shophouses at its background, and indulge in scrumptious local cuisines such as fish ball noodles, char kway teow, BBQ chicken wings, and fried oyster omelette.

Amoy Street Food Centre

Amoy Street Food Centre is home to both traditional hawkers and modern fusion fare at affordable prices. You'll find a trove of traditional hawker stalls selling classics like fish porridge and lor mee (yellow noodles in a thick, savory gravy), and modern dishes like Singapore-style ramen at A Noodle Story — a Michelin Bib Gourmand-awarded noodle dish that fuses Japanese ramen with prawns, roast meat and dumplings.

Maxwell Road Hawker Centre

Experience authentic local dining at this hawker centre – a highly popular spot among both locals and tourists. Located in Chinatown, this food center has over 100 stalls offering a vast spread of different mouth-watering dishes. Some must-try dishes include the popular Tian Tian chicken rice and congee from Zhen Zhen Porridge stall.
Heritage Trails
Chinatown

Explore Chinatown, one of Singapore’s ethnic neighborhoods, and experience a blend of tradition and modernity, with historic temples and traditional medicinal halls situated alongside bold new bars and trendy lifestyle shops. Gain insights into Singapore’s rich, multi-ethnic culture by visiting some of the country’s most fascinating places of worship, and have a taste of the diverse food offerings Chinatown has to offer.

Kampong Glam

A neighborhood where age-old traditions and trendy lifestyle come together in a heady blend, this district has evolved into a haunt for hip travelers and connoisseurs of culture alike. Explore a world of culture and heritage at the majestic Sultan Mosque and Malay Heritage Centre, enjoy a feast of local and international delicacies, be delighted with a trove of traditional and trendy retail treasures, or take in the nightlife with live music bars and trendy restaurants along Haji Lane.

Little India

Known as one of Singapore’s most colorful historical districts, Little India is a combination of traditional yet modern district with contemporary street art and hip eateries sitting alongside age-old temples and vendors selling a tantalizing mix of spices, silk, and flowers.
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