Make the most of your overnight with this handy guide, curated by your fellow pilots. Restaurants, entertainment and other must-see attractions are shown on the map below to help you plan your stay. Save this map to your phone or other mobile device, and get walking or transit directions. Missing a must-see venue? Email dpn@alpa.org with suggestions.

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Restaurants & Cafés
Brewerkz
Serving award-winning beer and food, we know you will be leaving satisfied and wanting to come back for more! Winner of the Best Brewery in Singapore, and awarded with many other prestigious beer awards, such as the most impressive World Beer Cup gold medal for English-Style IPA, along with eight Australian Beer awards and three Singapore Asia Beer awards, our beers have gained recognition both nationally and internationally.

Bars, Pubs & Breweries
Brewerkz
Serving award-winning beer and food, we know you will be leaving satisfied and wanting to come back for more! Winner of the Best Brewery in Singapore, and awarded with many other prestigious beer awards, such as the most impressive World Beer Cup gold medal for English-Style IPA, along with eight Australian Beer awards and three Singapore Asia Beer awards, our beers have gained recognition both nationally and internationally.

Breakfast & Coffee Shops
Chijmes Cafes
CHIJMES is a historic building complex in Singapore, which began life as a Catholic convent known as the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus.The complex is located at Victoria Street in the Downtown Core, within the Central Area, Singapore’s central business district. The complex was used as a Catholic convent since 1852, with Caldwell House constructed in 1840–1841, an acquired Convent Orphanage house in 1855 and the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Chapel in 1904. The Caldwell House, currently a wedding venue, and the Gothic-style chapel, renamed as CHIJMES Hall, currently a function hall, have both been gazetted as national monuments. The complex has been restored in 1996 for commercial purposes as a dining, shopping and entertainment center with ethnic restaurants, shops and a function hall, providing a backdrop for musicals, recitals, theatrical performances and weddings.

Trails & Fitness Centers
Singapore Riverwalk
Picture sitting overlooking a river, colourful buildings line the riverbank, lots of bars, restaurants, markets, shops and a reverse bungy!The reverse bungy was awesome! Great view from up there, once you remember to open your eyes after being shot up into the air at a great rate of knots. The bar is definitely a good stop after that ride to have a cool ale or a cocktail to refresh yourself after tumbling 360 degrees on the bungy. The markets are colourful and fund, have everything from drones, clothes, a palm reader, bags to shoes, jewelry and art. Clarke Quay is a great place to spend a day, afternoon or evening. You can also catch a river cruise from there up to Marina Bay – takes about 40 minutes and a nice way to see part of the city

Theaters & Sports Venues
Fort Canning Hill Park
Fort Canning Hill, formerly Government Hill, Singapore Hill and Bukit Larangan (Forbidden Hill in Malay), is a small hill about 48 metres (157 ft) high in the southeast portion of the island city-state of Singapore, within the Central Area that forms Singapore’s central business district. Although small in physical size, it has a long history intertwined with that of the city-state due to its location as the highest elevation within walking distance to the city’s civic district within the Downtown Core. It is also a popular venue for music shows and concerts.

The Malays called the hill Bukit Larangan or Forbidden Hill since olden times. This is due to the belief that it is the place where the kings of ancient Singapore were laid to rest, and it was believed to be haunted.[1] It is also believed that a palace once stood on the hill. A settlement on the hill in the 14th century was named Ban Zu (from the Malay pancur) by the Yuan dynasty traveller Wang Dayuan. Later Sir Stamford Raffles built his residence there, which was also used by other Residents and Governors. It became known as Government Hill until it was renamed Fort Canning in 1861 when a fort was built on the site.[1] Today it is the location of the Fort Canning Reservoir and Fort Canning Park.

Museums & Tours
Tree Top Walk
The TreeTop Walk (TTW) is the highlight of several long hiking routes in MacRitchie that brings you through the different stages of a 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 250 m and its height from the forest floor varies, with the highest point at 25 m.

Besides providing another avenue for nature recreation for Singaporeans, the TTW also plays an important role in forest canopy research, an area many researchers were not able to get into because of lack of access. This bridge will help to facilitate surveys and plant identification work and further our understanding of how forest ecosystems work.

The distance to the entrance of the TreeTop Walk is approximately 4.5 km (1.5 – 2 hr walk) from MacRitchie Reservoir Park and 2.5 km (45 mins – 1 hr walk) from the car park at Venus Drive. A round trip including the TreeTop Walk is about 7 km to 10 km (3-5 hrs depending on your walking pace).