Singapore includes many attractions and tourist places suitable for lovers of educational and cultural activities. The most important of them are mentioned below:
Singapore Art Museum: The Singapore Art Museum was inaugurated in 1996 as the first art museum in the country within a region and environment related to art and culture in Singapore in a building or school from the nineteenth century after it was restored, due to the presence of institutions related to art Theatrical and visual, as the museum contains a large collection of contemporary art in Southeast Asia, and workshops are arranged and organized for tours for visitors to give them a unique overview and rich experience in the museum.
The National Museum of Singapore: The National Museum of Singapore (in English: The National Museum of Singapore) located on Stamford Street is the oldest museum in Singapore, as it dates back to 1849 AD, after it was a library and museum that was called Raffles, and today it includes a collection of precious artifacts, Golden decorations, and drawings of plants and animals.
The National Gallery of Singapore: The National Gallery Singapore is housed in the former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings, and includes a collection of modern art pieces by artists from the Southeast Asian region.
Tourist places related to gardens in Singapore
Singapore has many attractions and attractions that are suitable for garden lovers, and some of them are as follows: 
Haw Par Villa: A park or villa, Haw Par Villa is a theme park, designed as a way for parents to teach their children good manners with the help of Chinese mythology, and this park includes a large number of statues and scenes from Chinese mythology.
Singapore Botanic Garden: Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of the oldest parks in the country. It was inaugurated in 1859 AD, and it includes about 10 thousand species of plants, in addition to the deer (a type of reptile), and there are areas designated for hiking.
Chinese and Japanese Gardens: There are Chinese and Japanese Gardens to the west of Singapore, and they include the Turtle Museum, which includes the largest collection of turtles in the world.
Fort Canning: Fort Canning is found in the middle corner of Singapore Island, and it is a historic building built by Stamford Raffles, which later became the headquarters of many armies.
Gardens by the Bay: Gardens by the Bay is the most famous park in Singapore, as it overlooks Jowhar Bay, extends over an area of 101 hectares of green space, and has the best international standards in terms of environmentally friendly technology and sustainable management of resources. In addition, 18 tree-like structures were designed with a height ranging between (25-50) m, and many other recreational facilities and landscapes.
Tourist places related to animals in Singapore
Singapore has many attractions and attractions that are suitable for animal lovers, the most prominent of which are:
Singapore Zoo: (in English: Singapore Zoo), this large park includes about 300 species of animals, 15% of which are endangered animals, and this park is characterized by the design of barns to house the animals to be more like their homes.
River Safari: is a park dedicated to wildlife and exploration trips; It includes many types of animals that live on its banks, and visitors can ride in a boat and take a ride across the river through the tropical forests.
Yurong Bird Park: (English: Jurong Bird Park), Yurong Bird Park was established in 1971 AD, with an area of 10 hectares, and located about 24 km from the center of Singapore, and is characterized by containing about 300 species of birds in the Southeast Asian region And other regions.
Tourist places related to the islands in Singapore
Singapore includes many attractions and tourist places that are suitable for lovers of the islands and the coastal atmosphere, the most important of which are mentioned below:
Pulau Ubin Island: It is a picturesque island that includes many landscapes, restaurants, a designated bike park, walking paths, a coastal path extending from the beach to the sea for a distance of 1 km, in addition to buildings with iron roofs.
St John’s Island: St John’s Island is very popular with tourists and visitors. Thanks to the natural landscapes, and quiet surroundings suitable for hunting activities.
Places of interest related to other cultures in Singapore
Singapore has many attractions and tourist places that are suitable for lovers of cultural activities. The most important of them are mentioned below:
Chinatown Village: It is a Chinese-style neighborhood, with many lively streets, stalls, shops, and a temple.
Universal Studios Singapore: (in English: Universal Studios Singapore), is a theme park and game city, which is considered a family friendly place.
Siloso Beach: It is located on Sentosa Island, and it is characterized by its cold weather, and it includes several restaurants.
Adventure Cove Waterpark: This park provides visitors with many water events full of excitement and excitement.