16 Best Things To Do in Singapore

Singapore travel guide will introduce you to the melting pot of Asia. The lion city’s roaring loudly as one of the world’s leading financial. The sustainable yet modern town that filled with parks, eye-catching architecture of Marina Bay Sands and Garden by the bay. A well-planned public transportation, unique building design, street of shopping malls and hawker stalls. Looking through the surface, besides the glamming of one of the most expensive and safeties cities in the world. Singapore has much more to offer than what you have heard 


Singapore Travel Guide & Things To Do

1. Jewel Changi Airport

The nature-themed retail complex that connected to all terminals in Singapore Changi airport. The Jewel hosts the world tallest indoor waterfall at the centerpiece. Spare your time to visit Singapore famous attraction  before arriving or taking off!

Tips: The waterfall can be viewed at the terrace with free entrance. But the Canopy Park, Canopy Bridge, Hedge Maze, Mirror Maze, and Manulife Sky Nets, will require an entry ticket

Singapore Travel Guide Jewel Changi Airport


2. Marina Bay Sands

You can tell which country it is by the first glance if the image appeared somewhere. The luxury hotel comprises of three 55-storey towers. One of Singapore iconic architecture. The infinite pool that offer the best cityscape view overlook the financial district and garden by the bay. Definitely, the unmissable destination in any Singapore travel guide

Singapore Travel Guide Marina Bay Sands


Dive in a 360-degree of Singapore bird’s-eye view at The SkyPark Observation Deck or treat yourself right at the LAVO Italian Restaurant & CÉ LA VI Rooftop Bar that located on top of the SkyPark. The rows of luxury retails mall is located on the ground floor as the frontier that known as ‘The Shoppes’

Tips: SPECTRA – A Light & Water Show is located at Event Plaza with free admission. The show start at 8PM, 9PM, 10PM everyday. The perfect combination of light and sound that blended in perfectly in 15mins show will surely make you goosebumps


3. Garden By The Bay

The futuristic design that was built in the visionary plan of the city-in-the-garden. The government heavily invested to create one of the world iconic garden that always bloom in the area of 101 hectares with sustainable technology

The climate-controlled glasshouses of Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, Floral Fantasy, and Supertree Observatory will require an entry ticket. Biking and walking along the bay area and through the garden is also a famous activity to do in Singapore

Tips: The Lightshow start at 7.45PM and 8.45PM everyday at The Supertree Grove with free admission. Head to the SPECTRA – A Light & Water Show first and then walk leisurely to garden by the bay to reserve your best spot

Garden by the bay Singapore


4. Marina Barrage

Singapore can literally turned the barrage into the viewpoint and recreation area in an innovative way that allow people to hang out. You can walk up to the rooftop of the barrage to admire the city view or playing kite. The hidden spot in our Singapore travel guide will definitely leave you a good impression and ease of mind

Singapore Travel Guide


Tips:
You can bike through the Marina East Park from Marina barrage or learn more about Singapore sustainable effort to go green in the educational center on the ground floor

Singapore Travel Guide
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5. Merlion Park

Singapore national icon that has head of a lion and body of a fish is located in front of the Fullerton Hotel. The prime spot overlook Marina bay, central business district, and Esplanade Theatres

Singapore Travel Guide Merlion Park
Singapore Travel Guide


6. National Gallery Singapore

The world’s biggest collection of Singapore and Southeast Asia modern art that boasts in the beautiful buildings of City Hall and the former Supreme Court. The visual art institution that will simply blow your mind with a well-organized art exhibition that fully express the artworks in a theme that will dive you into the art and soul of Southeast Asia

Singapore Travel Guide National Museum of Singapore


Tips:
Buy All-Pass ticket that will allow you to access all the exhibitions. It will take a couple of hours to complete the tour but definitely worth every single cent. For art enthusiastic, you can also visit STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery, Gajah Gallery, and Gillman Barracks

National Museum of Singapore
Singapore Travel Guide National Museum of Singapore


7. ArtScience Museum

In science, the universe is in control but in art, you are. The seamless combination between art, science, culture and technology showcase world-class exhibitions in the iconic architecture building that located just in front Marina Bay Sands. The unique exhibition of where the future is imagined hosts 21 galleries that will keep you inspired

Singapore Travel Guide
Singapore Travel Guide


8. National Museum of Singapore

Singapore oldest museum with the history dating back from 1887 is dedicated to art, history, and culture that represent the nation legacy. Historical enthusiastic or not, let appreciate the cutting-edge technology that well-portrayed the story of Singapore in an interesting way

Tips: You can also visit Asian Civilizations Museum, Peranakan Museum, MINT Museum of Toys, and Red Dot Design Museum

National Museum of Singapore


9. Orchard Road

The paradise of every shoppers is where the luxury retails and hotels is located. Treat yourself with the grand hotel bar, crown top drinking experience like The Manhattan in a shopping district with world-class international cuisines, bars, and eateries

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10. Botanic Gardens

Only a minute away from Orchard Road, you can find yourself in a 60 acres land of the botanical garden. Home of the world’s largest orchid collection. One of the most loved garden in Singapore that had been listed as UNESCO heritage site


11. China Town

China town is where the feast begins. No one does it better as it’s well-known for the endless hawker stalls. Walking down the street through the crowded of people will simply made your tummy scream. Not only the food and snacks, souvenirs can be found in a reasonable price too. Definitely, one of the unmissable destination in your Singapore travel guide

Tips: You can also check out Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (known for its good fortune) and Sri Mariamman Temple that located in the center of China town

Singapore Travel Guide China Town

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12. Haji Lane

The hipster street near Bugis MRT is where all the cool kids hang out. The place surrounded by mural street art, handmade shops, cafes, and craft beer

Enjoy the walk in Arab street that running parallel with Haji lane. The hippie accessories and colorful street fashion in boutique store. By the end of the road you will find Sultan Mosque that serving Muslim pilgrims community

 

Singapore Travel Guide Arab Street


13. Little India

The street is always busy with people commuting and trading. You’ll find many gold jewelry and clothing shops, vibrant stores, flower garlands and well-respected temple of Sri Veeramakaliamman and Sri Krishnan. The feast is always happen around here, especially on Deepavali the festival of lights

Singapore Travel Guide Little India


14. Universal Studios Singapore

Singapore host the first and only Universal Studios in Southeast Asia that has been the one of the five around the world. Want to stay forever young? Let explore the 6 theme parks of Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, and Far Far Away


15. S.E.A. Aquarium

Explore one of the world’s largest aquarium that located in Sentosa island Singapore. The home of more than 100,000 marine animals and open ocean habitat experience will make you feel like walking in the ocean floor. Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora also offer the underwater dining experience in an eco-friendly way


16. Singapore Flyer

Take in a panoramic view of Singapore cityscape that stand above all the skyscrapers. Take in the premium experience of 165 sky dining, premium champagne experience, or the private capsule. Hop on when the dusk falls, take the memorable moment of the spectacular scenery back home

Singapore Flyer

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What To Eat in Singapore

I listed some of Singapore most loved food center that will make your stomach screaming as below:

  • CHIJMES
  • Lau Pa Sat
  • OG People’s Park
  • Maxwell Food Centre
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