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Top 5 Things to Do near City Hall Singapore – Get Spellbound by the City’s Charm!

Singapore is hailed as a prosperous country in Southeast Asia. Its thriving economy has taken the country towards a success that still flourishes, as seen in its ultra-modern society. Near the City Hall Singapore, you can find a variety of attractions to quench your thirst for sightseeing.


Cable Ski at Singapore Wake Park

Singapore Wake Park is the only place in the country that facilitates cable skiing. It offers wakeboarding and water skiing, where you will be pulled continuously across the lagoon using a cable system. You can also stroll down there to witness some of the regulars orchestrating some killer moves after being boosted into the air. If you're all new to these sports, all you need to bring are some sunscreen and the will to learn. With the help of their enthusiastic instructors, you'll be wakeboarding in no time! This place is open day and night, and those who prefer low-key action can enjoy a cruise around the lagoon with the help of kneeboarding


Appreciate Art

National Gallery of Singapore boasts of the world's most extensive collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian modern art. It is artfully built inside two of the most valued buildings in the city; City Hall and former Supreme Court of Singapore. They have been carefully restored and converted into this exciting venue that proudly represents the country's rich heritage. It has received several international accolades during the course of its journey. In this 64,000 square-metre venue, more than 9000 artworks are showcased, which are scattered over time, starting from the 19th century.


Go on a DUCKtour

Embark on an exciting hop-on-hop-off DUCKtour during your stay in Singapore. You will be able to enjoy a unique tour of a remodeled amphibious Vietnamese warcraft from WWII. As you make an exciting transition from land to water, you will get the urge to whoop with delight. The mesmerising views of the Singapore skyline and the iconic landmarks will surely take your breath away. The guides on these rides usually do a fantastic job of ensuring that you experience an informative journey. Just make sure that you're camera ready to capture all the fascinating scenery.


Visit Singapore Sports Museum

Located near properties such as Grand Park City Hall that is by far considered the best luxury hotel in Singapore, the Sports Museum has a variety of mementos and souvenirs of the country's sporting events. It provides memorabilia on the sports development of Singapore and a look at the country's favourite sports stars. The museum is divided into several galleries through which you will be taken across the journey of Singapore sports history. Moreover, there are individual displays that pay homage to individual sports personalities such as Ang Peng Siong and Fandi Ahmad.


Stroll Down to the East Coast Park

Spread over 185 hectares, the East Coast Park is the largest and the most popular in Singapore. Lying within easy reach of many luxury hotels in Singapore, it offers breathtaking coastal views to its visitors. The park stretches along 15 kilometres of coastline and attracts several millions of visitors each year due to the freshness of its atmosphere. Some areas of the park are ideal for hours of quiet contemplation or a leisurely bike ride.

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