9 Things To Do in Singapore

With one of the most indulging cultures of South-East Asia, Singapore is also known as the Lion City and is a center of attraction form many tourists that visit Asia. It doesn’t matter if you are an adventure enthusiast, an inquisitive foodie, or an urban explorer, Singapore is everything you want from a journey far from home. It is a metropolis that is sure to capture your heart.

1. Explore Distinct Cultural Neighborhoods of Singapore

Explore Distinct Cultural Neighborhoods of Singapore
Explore Distinct Cultural Neighborhoods of Singapore

Singapore practically oozes with a rich heritage in the neighborhood trio of Chinatown, Little India, and Arab Street respectively. Indulge yourself into the immersive religious diversity in Little India. Wait for some of the best Michelin star-winning chicken rice. For some more exploration, visit the Arab Street to have your fill of Mediterranean food and watch some shisha.

2. Visit Pulau Ubin Island

Visit Pulau Ubin Island
Visit Pulau Ubin Island

It is always riveting to see the comparison between the two generations, especially when it comes to historic monuments. This, however, isn’t a historic monument but it is a generational gap of a few decades. The Pulau Ubin is an island in Singapore where the last of the village inhabitants of Singapore is thriving. It is an important landmark to the Singaporean history and for people to know how far the city has come. People live there on simple life such as fishing and agriculture. You can rent a bike to take a tour of the island. It is worth the energy you spend on the tour of this island because it gives off some of the richest cultural vibes in Singapore.

3.Get Lost at Gardens By The Bay

.Get Lost at Gardens By The Bay
.Get Lost at Gardens By The Bay

The Gardens is by far Singapore’s one of the proudest achievements because it sets a perfect out of this world setting on the landscape of the Gardens By The Bay. The heart of this attraction is the Supertree Grove, with 18 vertical gardens, which rises nearly 20 stories. The park is open to the public from 5 am to 2 am and it is practically free. The best time to visit it would be at night so plan your trip accordingly.

4. Eat Great Food at a Hawker Center

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Eat Great Food at a Hawker Center.hjpg

It is not just the culture and the beaches of Singapore that is famous, it’s the food as well. Chow down at a hawker center where you can find some quality local cuisine. These hawker centers are spread across the streets of Singapore so you can’t find any shortage of taste variations in the cuisines. Some of the delicacies are the chili crab, laksa, chicken rice, or the Malay, Tamil, and Chinese as well. For some of the most amazing food experiences in Singapore, visit a local hawker center to enjoy the local cuisine at a price under $10.

5. Go Wild at Singapore Zoo

Go Wild at Singapore Zoo
Go Wild at Singapore Zoo

With an area of approximately 70 acres, the Singapore Zoo is home to over 300 species of wildlife. It was opened in 1973 and you could say that it is a pseudo-sanctuary. The animals are in the cages however they feel less restricted by the enclosure due to the large-scale landscape of the zoo. There are various modes of transportation through which you can travel through the zoo like trams and boats. A little more adventurous trip is held at night during the Night Safari just to take a closer look at the behavior of animals at night.

6. Watch a Spectacular Light Show

Watch a Spectacular Light Show
Watch a Spectacular Light Show

The stellar displays at Marina Bay at night create one of the best night experiences of Singapore because the city comes to life at night more than it is in the day. Witness the enthralling light shows at the Marina Bay at night to enjoy the nightlife in Singapore.

7. Witness a Gorgeous Sunset at Marina Bay

Witness a Gorgeous Sunset at Marina Bay
Witness a Gorgeous Sunset at Marina Bay

Singapore never ceases to amaze an outsider with its flawless views and commotion. It is also famous for its skyline. The Marina Bay gives you the experience of a lifetime by providing you with a serene and astounding view of the sunset around 6 pm during the dusk.

8. Enjoy the MacRitchie Treetop Walk

The MacRitchie Treetop Walk is one of the most fun things to do while your visit to Singapore. It is a 250-meters long bridge that floats around 25 meters above the ground. It is a long journey to the other side so make sure to carry plenty of water with you. After that, take a stroll through the boardwalk and see if you can spot the giant monkey family living there.

9. Know the Art & Culture in the City’s Museums

There are some world-class, over the top museums in Singapore that a history lover would just admire all day. Witness the collision of art and science of this country in the ArtScience museum and experience its significance on the Singaporean history.

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