Unveiling 7 Captivating New Attractions of Singapore


From exotic new beach clubs to journeying through hyper-realistic art worlds, animation universes being brought to life like Harry Potter’s Forbidden Forest, Singapore is all set to amaze you with the most beautiful experiences in 2024 and 2025. Here are 7 of some of the new attractions to experience what Singapore is all about!

Many are already open so you can go now!

1. Sentosa Sensoryscape

Sentosa Sensoryscape will be an ecological public park, linking the urban heart to the beaches and forests of Sentosa. It opened in March this year and exhibits walks and vessels, complemented by gardens, focused on the five senses. One of the best new attractions in Singapore.

Source: https://www.akt-uk.com/projects/sentosa-sensoryscape/

2. Mandai Wildlife Groups’ Bird Paradise

This bird paradise is offering a new and exciting glamping experience. Glamping With The Penguins is the perfect place for animal lovers, of all ages, to cozy up in stylish bell tens with a view of the Southern Lights at Ocean Network Express Penguin Cove. Campers will also be treated to curated packages and activities such as seeing different bird shows during the day. Definitely, a fantastic family activity for those with children above the age of five. Book here.

Source: https://www.travelandleisureasia.com/in/destinations/southeast-asia/bird-paradise-singapore-to-open-in-may/

Buy bird paradise ticket here – Bird Paradise Ticket

3. Impressions of Monet: The Garden

Flower Dome will be transformed into an exotic botanical exhibition dedicated to Claude Monet on July 12 for three months. Impressions of Monet: The Garden will be a one-of-a-kind digital experience weaving together floral displays, enchanting gardens, and the timeless artworks of impressionist painter Claude Monet. Definitely, one of the best new attractions coming to Singapore for art lovers.

Source: https://www.denverartmuseum.org/en/blog/monet-moment-gardener-and-painter

4. Haven XR

The world’s first cinematic immersive experience opens in Singapore and Malaysia in 2024. Haven XR Holdings and Sim Leisure Group have teamed up to offer a sensorial cinema experience where audiences are plunged into movies. The attraction uses location-based virtual reality to allow participants to make choices which will determine the storyline. The first experience on offer is The Keeper – a horror flick where your fear and skills will be tested.

Source: https://www.lowyat.net/2023/306182/havenxr-malaysia-singapore/

5. Harry Potter: The Forbidden Forest

This world-famous Harry Potter attraction opened in Sentosa in February but it will close on April 21 so you better hurry. But tickets are on sale now and they are selling FAST. Singaporeans are invited to embark on the Forbidden Forest Experience outdoor walk and explore the Wizarding World like never before. The iconic experience features magical creatures from the Harry Potter™ and Fantastic Beasts™ films, and more to make you feel like you’re wandering around near Hogwarts. Find out more and book your tickets here!

Source: https://hpforbiddenforestexperience.com/singapore/

6. Cosford Container Park

Cosford Container Park, is the largest outdoor F&B container park in Singapore, situated near Changi Airport. Just opened this year, the unique dining and entertainment hub offers more than 13 global food vendors, as well as art experiences, entertainment, and epic views of the runway at Changi. From the rooftop bar at School of Cambridge, to delicious stalls like Hello Butter Chicken and Tarts Man…it’s the ultimate place to hangout.

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g294265-d27148592-Reviews-Cosford_container_park-Singapore.html

7. Rainforest Park

Brimming with diversity, Rainforest Wild will be home to a vast array of wildlife, from mischievous monkeys to a dazzling array of bird species, as well as an abundance of rare and exotic plant life. Visitors can embark on an enchanting journey along the park’s centerpiece, a 250-meter TreeTop Walk, offering an elevated perspective and the chance to get up close and personal with the forest’s inhabitants.

Source: https://www.straitstimes.com/multimedia/graphics/2023/01/jurong-bird-park-farewell/index.html?shell

Adding to the immersive experience, the Canopy Walk will feature elevated platforms, allowing guests to observe the rainforest from new vantage points. But the wonders of Rainforest Wild don’t stop there. The park will also house educational exhibitions, providing deeper insights into the precious ecosystems, as well as a dedicated wildlife hospital, tending to the needs of any injured animals.

From immersive digital experiences that blur the lines between reality and fantasy to enchanting outdoor retreats that reconnect us with nature, these new offerings promise to redefine the way we experience the city-state. Whether you’re seeking an artistic adventure, a culinary journey, or a chance to connect with the wonders of the natural world, Singapore’s upcoming attractions offer something for every curious explorer. As the city continues to evolve and push the boundaries of innovation, the future of tourism in Singapore has never been more exciting.

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