Other Attractions

For those wanting even more fun in Singapore, include these attractions in your itinerary! Learn about pewter making in Ming Village and explore how this city manages to make room for heritage at the URA Gallery. Or join other families at NTUC Lifestyle World for shopping and entertainment all under one roof!

Cinemania

If you thirst for excitement, get ready for some crazy adventures at Cinemania, Singapore's first experiential theatre of the 21st century. Here you can enjoy hair-raising stimulating rides that bring you right into the action of a movie!. This dynamic simulation theatre features a state-of-the-art sight and sound system, and a gigantic screen designed for specially produced high speed film. The stunning audiovisual effect is heightened by a sensurround soundtrack and computer synchronized motion seats which combine with real wind to create an unbelievable ride experience.

Two movie rides are currently being screened, which will be regularly updated throughout the year. Each ride lasts for four to five minutes. Be it wheezing through Haunted Mine or riding the Kid Coaster in the bedroom of a child, it will be an unforgettable experience. Just hold on tight to the seat for your life and prepare to scream.
Open:
11am to 8pm.Last Admission is at 7.30pm.
Admission:
SGD 12.50 Adult (2 Shows);
SGD 8 Child (age 3 to 12 years).
Free for children under the age of 3 years (must be accompanied by adult).
Approximate Thrilling Time:
20 minutes.
Location: 9 Sentosa East Mall, Sentosa, Singapore 099053.
Tel: 6275 0804
Fax:
6275 1701
E-mail:
cinemania@pacific.net.sg
Getting there:
Take MRT to Tiong Bahru Station(EW17), then take Sentosa Bus. Alternatively, take Sentosa Bus from the World Trade Centre Bus Terminal or from Orchard Road. On Sentosa, take the monorail and alight at Station M1 or by bus on the Blue and Green lines.
Click here to view MRT route map.
Website:
Cinemania

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Ming Village

The art of porcelain-making reached its pinnacle during the Ming and Qing dynasties of ancient China. The Ming Village allows visitors to own a little bit of this colourful history. It makes excellent reproductions of the finest pieces of that era using age-old techniques. Here, the complete traditional process from mould-making and handthrowing to glazing, hand-painting and firing is all housed under one roof. Visitors can watch the craftsmen at work and choose from an extensive selection of porcelain on sale. Pewter-making classes and porcelain-painting classes are also available. These classes are suitable for adults and children aged 12 years or more. Bookings need to be made at least 3 days in advance. Call Ming Village for details.

Open:
9am - 5.30pm (daily)
Admission:
Free including guided tour
Approximate Touring Time:
1 hour
Location:
32 Pandan Road Singapore 609279
Tel:
(65) 6265 7711
Fax:
(65) 6266 2465
Getting There:
Take the MRT to Clementi Station (EW23), then take a taxi or SBS bus 78. Alternatively, it takes 20 minutes by taxi from Orchard Road.

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NTUC Lifestyle World Downtown East

Food, Drinks, Shopping and Entertainment, All Under One Roof. Food enthusiasts, shopaholics, and fun seekers now have a new place to hang out. Offering a comprehensive mix of more than 40 food & beverage, entertainment and specialty retail outlets, Downtown East's Food & Entertainment Zone promises to enchant both young and old.

Welcome to the land where the fun never ends!

Located within NTUC Lifestyle World - Downtown East, Escape Theme Park is one of Singapore's newest theme park that is catered to all ages. It promises thrills and excitement, with the highest water ride in Asia - the Flume Ride and the 360-degree Cadbury Inverter. For food lovers, there is an international spread of culinary delights ranging from Seafood, Thai, Indian, Malay, Japanese, Western to Italian restaurants. The outlets include popular fast food, fancy restaurants, bubble tea joints and snack outlets.

For the shopaholics, there are more than 15 different shopping and entertainment outlets here, Downtown East is a mini lifestyle arcade where shoppers can find almost anything under the sun. The shops with their array of products and services cater to the needs of casual shoppers as well as resort guests.
Open:
4pm to 10pm (Mon, Wed-Fri);
10am to 10pm (Sat, Sun, public holidays and school holidays)
Admission: Free (Except Escape Theme Park)
Escape Theme Park - SGD 16 adults, SGD 8 children (age 3 to 12 years),
(Includes all rides and one Go-Kart ride)
Location:
1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
Tel: (65) 6581 9112 / 113
Fax: (65) 6582 5875
Getting there:
Take the MRT to Pasir Ris Station (EW1) and take SBS Bus 354 from the bus interchange or walk for 5 minutes to reach NTUC Lifestyle World.

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URA Gallery

At Raffles Place, the gleaming financial hub of the city, there is hardly any building built before the 1970s. Yet, it is inside the vicinity of the historic districts such as Chinatown and Singapore River where more than a thousand heritage buildings have been gazetted for posterity. At the URA Gallery, explore how this city, in spite of the pressures of rapid modernisation, manages to make room for heritage, to be a Garden City, and to reclaim land from the sea so that the Downtown can double in size over the next 40 years. This is a must-do first stop in getting acquainted with Singapore. This visitor centre involves visitors through hands-on exhibits, voting stations, light-and-sound shows, animated flythroughs and architectural models and special interest tours.

Open
: 9.00am - 4.30pm (Mon to Fri), 9.00am - 12.30pm (Sat)
Admission
: Free
Location: Urban Redevelopment Authority, 45 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069118
Getting There: Take the MRT and alight at Tanjong Pagar Station (EW 15).
Click here to view MRT route map.
Tel
: (65) 6329 3262
Fax
: (65) 6226 3549
E-mail
:
ura_gallery@ura.gov.sg
Web sites :
URA Gallery
(http://www.ura.gov.sg/gallery/index.html)

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