We list down new and revamped places around the island that cater to the whole family. Here are some new or revamped places to go in Singapore in 2021.

Note: We will update this list as and when we receive the latest news.

1. Haw Par Villa
statues in Haw Par Villa Singapore

Haw Par Villa is a unique garden that is rich in educational value and grand in architecture. It is an undisputed wonderland of beautiful landscape and over a thousand sculptures that artistically portray stories and events based on famous Chinese historical personalities, mythology and legends.

Haw Par Villa is closed for upgrading works from 1 October 2020 to 31 March 2021.

Projected Reopen Date: 31 March 2021
Opening Hours: 9am to 10pm
Admission: Free
For more information, visit Haw Par Villa.


2. Reflections At Bukit Chandu Museum
bungalow of reflections at bukit chandu

Reflections at Bukit Chandu is a World War II interpretative centre housed in a restored black and white colonial bungalow close to the former battle site – the Battle of Pasir Panjang. The centre is a place for visitors to reflect upon Singapore’s heritage of heroism. The presentation, through artefacts, exhibits and multi-media, invites visitors to contemplate about our nation’s war experience and to discover how far Singapore has come as a nation.

Reflections at Bukit Chandu is closed from 1 October 2018 for a major redevelopment.

Projected Reopen Date: Mid 2021
For more information, visit Reflections At Bukit Chandu Museum.


3. Singapore Philatelic Museum
Singapore Philatelic Museum

The museum is the first of its kind in the region and showcases the country’s philatelic heritage through the display of some of the finest and most comprehensive collections of stamps from the 1830s to post-independence. The museum’s family-friendly galleries offer visitors an appreciation of stamps as windows to the significant events, history, heritage and cultures of a country.

Reflections at Singapore Philatelic Museum is closed from March 2019 for revamp.

Projected Reopen Date: End 2021
For more information, visit Singapore Philatelic Museum.


4. Chinese Garden In Singapore
chinese garden singapore

The Chinese Garden is a 13.5hectares garden in Jurong Lake. The garden features numerous Chinese-style pavilions, a seven-storey pagoda, Chinese bonsai etc.

Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden are closed from 31 May 2019 for redevelopment works till end 2021.

Projected Reopen Date: End 2021
For more information, visit Chinese Garden In Singapore.


5. TreeTop Walk
HSBC TreeTop Walk bridge

The TreeTop Walk (TTW) is the highlight of several long hiking routes in MacRitchie that brings you through different stages of mature secondary forest. The first of its kind in Singapore and in the region, this free-standing suspension bridge connects the two highest points (Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang) in MacRitchie and offers a bird’s eye view of the community of plants and animals that live in the forest canopy. The total length of the walkway is about 250m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25m.

TreeTop Walk is closed for maintenance works from 11 August 2020. Works are expected to complete by May 2021.

Projected Reopen Date: May 2021
For more information, visit TreeTop Walk.


6. Chinatown Heritage Centre Singapore
chinatown heritage centre

Located within three beautifully-restored shophouses on Pagoda Street, the Chinatown Heritage Centre is the only place in Singapore that has recreated the original interiors of its shophouse tenants in the 1950s, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of Chinatown’s early residents.

Chinatown Heritage Centre will undergo enhancement works till April 2021.

Projected Reopen Date: April 2021
For more information, visit Chinatown Heritage Centre Singapore.


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