Top 25 Things to do in Singapore

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From a  fishing village to one of the most urban places in the world, Singapore is quintessential for a holiday. Amazing views, a lot of activities, and the splendid charm of this place would entice you forever. You will be entangled with its charm and as you get to know it better, your bond with Singapore will only intensify further.

Deemed as one of the costliest places, traversing to Singapore is worthwhile because of its rightful sightseeing and explicit structures. Let us figure out together some of the best places to visit in Singapore.

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Gardens By the Bay

Gardens By the Bay

The best way to learn and perceive philanthropy is by visiting The Gardens By The Bay. The wonderful domes that recreate different zones of the world through the flora of about 80 species is absolutely mesmerizing. The Supertrees and the OCBC Skywalk that connects the 6 Supertrees are the highlights of this place.

Best Time to visit:

Evenings are the best time as the place holds a light show. Else, mornings are also good on the weekdays.

How to reach:

Use the town car or the airport shuttle both can drop at right the entrance of this place. For cheap travels, you may opt for a bus ride that is about INR 165 as compared to others that are 1600 to 1900 INR.

Top Attraction:

Supertrees and the OCBC Skywalk.

Interesting Facts:

It is designed in 250 acres of reclaimed land.

Where To Stay:

Marina Bay Sands Singapore, Marrison Bugis Hotel, and Populous Hotel are some luxury places to choose your stay from.

Things to do:

Visit all the domes that are air-conditioned and enjoy some great food within the premises along with watching the light show that happens each day in the evening.

Singapore ZooSingapore zoo

Getting up close and personal at night with some dangerous and not so friendly species is possible only at the Singapore Zoo. You are welcome in the evening only as the park opens from 7: 00 midnight, making your evenings worthwhile in Singapore. Kids and adults alike enjoy at the exquisite tram ride that takes you around the circumference of jungle theme zoo where 150 species together live and are nearly in their natural habitat.

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Best Time to visit:

Evening from 7:00p.m. to 12:00 P.m. 

How to reach:

Take bus number 858 from Changi Airport  PTB2 to Yishun Station 858, alternatively, subway, train, and taxi can also be hired.

Top Attraction:

Animal Show that happens 3 to 4 times during the visiting hours.

Interesting Facts:

It’s the first open-concept zoo that is set up among the rainforest to keep it natural.

Where To Stay:

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Johor Bahru, Bello Hotel and many others are available in this area.

Things to do:

Enjoy the tram ride taking you through the zoo along the inside periphery where you walk with antelopes and come really close to other wild species like an alligator, Tigers and Elephants.

Universal Studio

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A large production house that ain’t just restricted to producing world-famous movies and creating infamous characters, but also has become one of the most popular tourist places.

With wonderful characters and rides, this place can take away your entire day and you will still be wanting more. Kids enjoy the visit here as they see who they have only watched on screen, making a dream come true for them.

Best Time to visit:

Any time of the year on the weekdays are good.

How to reach:

Travel to this place by Buses numbered: RWS8, 188R, 963R.  You can also take a train nearest MRT station Harbourfront (NE1/CC29) and alternatively try Sentosa Express: Waterfront Station.

Top Attraction:

Various rides named after some renowned characters such as hulk, Shrek, and numerous others.

Interesting Facts:

The unique names outside the shops at Universal Studios are those of people who helped in building the Universal Studios.

Where To Stay:

Harbour Ville Hotel, Travelodge Harbourfront, and Bliss Hotel Singapore are some of the great places to stay.

Things to do:

Take the rides and enjoy the zone into which the Universal Studios is divided. Also, enjoy the Night Safari.

MacRitchie Treetop Walk

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Treetop walk here constitutes a walk where you can observe how the trees look and the way the wildlife lives. The MacRitchie suspension bridge is built over a canopy of trees where you can observe the lush green jungle along with some wildlife thriving in the jungle. The narrow bridge allows you to walk from one side of the bridge to the other.

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Best Time to visit:

Mornings and evenings are best as the weather is cool.

How to reach:

Take a bus to the ‘MacRitchie Reservoir’ and stop on Lornie Road, or take the Circle Line to Caldecott MRT and from there it’s a ten-minute walk.

Top Attraction:

The wildlife is seen from the bridge in their absolutely natural habitat

Interesting Facts:

The walk to and fro from the bridge is absolutely free

Where To Stay:

Hilton Garden Inn, Ramada by Wyndham, and Value Hotel Thomson are some of the best places

Things to do:

A stroll over the tress and then you can enjoy some good food around the area

Singapore Flyer

Singapore FlyerLights are invariably mesmerizing! Observe a new dimension of lights when put on a large Ferris wheel which moves. Touching the Singapore Skyline, this wheel is a wondrous way to enjoy some of the best structures in the city.

This would mean that your 30 minutes on this ride are worthy as you get to see Marina Bay, the Skyscrapers of CBD, some historical sites of the colonial District of Singapore, and numerous ships moving on the South China Sea.  

Best Time to visit:

Dusk is the best time as the wheel is lit up, else, mornings are good too.

How to reach:

Take the MRT to the promenade station, with the downtown line DT15 or Circle Line CC4. Check out for signs and walk for about five minutes to reach this place.

Top Attraction:

The wheel all lit up is a great visual and feel-good factor.

Interesting Facts:

It is the second-largest wheel in the world.

Where To Stay:

Hotel Ben Coolen, Village Hotel Bugis, and Strand Hotel Singapore are some wonderful places to stay near the Flyer.

Things to do:

Enjoy the ride and many other places around this flyer to enjoy the vacation to Singapore.

Chinatown

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Heritage of the city can be well seen here at the Chinatown. Enjoy a stroll as you pass by some spa and massage parlors and a number of shops to buy souvenirs to eventually reach the Heritage of the city Chinatown.

You will enjoy the lit-up lanes with amazing Singaporean food and lovely shops to indulge into. You can buy anything here at this market from clothes to souvenirs to food and everything under the sun.

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Best Time to visit:

The market opens at 11:00 a.m; however, anytime after 6:00 p.m. is best as the market is in its full swing.

How to reach:

MRT is the best way to reach this place via Expo MRT.

Top Attraction:

The shops, the lights and the whole ambiance of this amazing heritage venue is unmatched.

Interesting Facts:

Chinatown emerged because of the racial segregation of Stamford Raffles.

Where To Stay:

Bliss Hotel, Porcelain Hotel and number of good and budgeted places to stay at.

Things to do:

Visit the famous Hindu temple called the Sri Mariamman Temple and a host of other places around.

Southern Ridges

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When panoramic views leave you speechless, perceive that you have reached Southern Ridges in Singapore. The trail is about 10 km long and is stretched between Mount Faber and the famous National University of Singapore. Enjoy the trail full of wonderful natural elements from birds to trees to the water and everything that takes you close to being an environmentalist.

Best Time to visit:

Mornings and evenings are great.

How to reach:

With a great connectivity, you can take Bus 197 from Clementi MRT to “Opp Jin Tai Primary School” bus stop, next to Clementi Woods and a short distance to West Coast Park (via West Coast Link), if you are traveling from west to east.

Top Attraction:

Trail with a view.

Interesting Facts:

Carry your own water bottle and fill the same for free at any restaurant in this region.

Where To Stay:

Regent Singapore, Park Hotel Alexander, and Fraser Suites Singapore are some wonderful places to stay.   

Things to do:

Enjoy a bike tour on the ridges and do some tranquil Bird watching.

River Safari

River-Safari
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Spot some wonderful and rare aquatic animals here at this safari. This is a wonderful place for kids to enjoy and earn about various species that live underwater. Electric Eels, giant Ghariyal, Giant anteaters, panda forest are some of the underwater animals that can be spotted here.

Best Time to visit:

Mornings are best to watch the top attractions.

How to reach:

Take bus number 858 from Changi Airport  PTB2 to Yishun Station 858, alternatively, subway, train, and taxi can also be hired.

Top Attraction:

Kai Kai, Jia Jia, Huge Apairama, Pacu fish and the very dangerous Piranha.

Interesting Facts:

Get your Amazon River quest answered here.

Where To Stay:

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Johor Bahru, and Bello Hotel.

Things to do:

Reservoir Cruise and Wildlife watching.

Haji Lane

Haji Lane
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If you like designer bags and clothes, this lane would enchant you. A lane full of independent designers to satiate your desire to carry a designer bag and feel chic can be fulfilled here. Wonderful fabrics and silhouettes are available here, so if you are the one who lives for fashion then you must not miss this lane and enjoy the not so urban charm it has.

Best Time to visit:

February to April

How to reach:

Reach the Bugis Station through MRT and then walk about 200 meters to be here.

Top Attraction:

The quirky items and amazing colors and silhouettes.

Interesting Facts:

One of the Narrowest lanes of Singapore.

Where To Stay:

Allwai Park Hotel, Rest Bugis Hotel, Marrison Bugis Hotel.

Things to do:

Check out for your favorite designer and do nothing but shop till you drop.

Canning Park Hill

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Uphill park with a track to walk and jog is certainly a relief from the urban city of Singapore. Located right in the center of the city, after you have had too many outings, you may come here and seek some serenity. The place is full of wonderful trees and lots of locals who are walking their pets here. This place also has historical importance and remains one of the most popular tourist spots in the city.

Best Time to visit:

Anytime of the day is great to be here, mornings are blissful.

How to reach:

MRT is the best means by first going to Fort Canning Station and then walking down to the park.

Top Attraction:

The Hill is about 48 mts high and is great fun to go up and down this hill.

Interesting Facts:

This was formerly known as Forbidden Hill.

Where To Stay:

Canning Park Hotel Pte Ltd., Hotel Boss, and Hotel Bencoolen are some luxurious places to seek a comfortable stay.

Things to do:

Walk along the River Valley Road, and enjoy the Botanic Gardens.  

Esplanade- Theatres on the Bay

Esplanade- Theatres on the BayA benchmark for the architects, this astounding Theatre is not just something to look at. The place holds performances and premiers to many shows and movies. Its charm is worldwide, therefore, if you are traversing to Singapore, you will be suggested to pass by and get some pictures clicked with this building of craft and beauty. The theatre has space for 1600 people and 2000 performers. Each month new shows begin here.

Best Time to visit:

The place is open Monday to Sunday between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

How to reach:

MRT from the airport can help you head here directly.

Top Attraction:

The performances and its structural magnificence is worth watching.

Interesting Facts:

The place is also called Durian owing to its spiky feature and giant golf ball look.

Where To Stay:

Hotel Bencoolen, Populous Hotel, Strand Hotel Singapore and V Hotel Bencoolen are great places offering a comfortable and luxurious stay.

Things to do:

Spa session within the premises, A dinner date and of course the local music concerts or special shows that may be running. The place also has a recital studio and visual art exhibition spaces that you can visit.  

Merlion

MerlionHalf Lion and Half fish is iconic Singapore’s symbol. It is near the Marina Bay sands and reflects Singaporean history. The name Singapore also has its significance in the Sanskrit meaning which means Singa-Lion and Pura- meaning city.

The statue also has a Half lion showing valor of the people of Singapore. And the Half fish shows that Singapore was once a farming city and has its roots dated back to farming.

Best Time to visit:

The park where this statue is places is open between 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

How to reach:

From MRT to Raffles Place station on the East-West Line, when you reach Fullerton Hotel. Merlion Park is behind the hotel.

Top Attraction:

The half fish and half lion structure that is throwing water from the lion mouth is iconic for pictures when in Singapore.

Interesting Facts:

This statue represents the history of Singapore

Where To Stay:

Park Regis, Porcelain Hotel Singapore, and Bliss Hotel Singapore  

Things to do:

Be in the park near the statue and around at the Helix for some sunset pictures, Shop and eat at Chinatown along with taking at Galactica Ride 

National Museum of Singapore

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Take a peek!! In fact, take a good look at Singapore’s history and perceive the way it emerged as what it is today. At this museum, you will realize how the frontiers were won and how during World War II Singapore could get its reign back from the British. The Museum is an all-inclusive place that epitomizes history very well with galleries and halls talking due to the multimedia effect.

Best Time to visit:

9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m are the opening hours  

How to reach:

Use MRT to reach City Hall Station from where you need to walk 600 m via Stamford road.

Top Attraction:

The historical evidence of war and life during colonial time.

Interesting Facts:

The museum has gone through several name changes and was initially called Raffles Library and Museum when it was under colonial rule.

Where To Stay:

Hotel Bencoolen, Strand Hotel Singapore, and Park Regis Singapore.

Things to do:

Bowling and Ice Skating for Sports enthusiasts. After you feel tired, visit the hawker street to satiate your tummy.

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay sandsIf you are visiting Singapore, you ought to have heard of this grandeur place called Marina Bay Sands. If you are staying here, you clearly do not have to move out to entertain yourself. From designer clothes shopping to theaters to the hotel and restaurant, everything would be gratifying. You will feel like a king here when you come here as courteous staff awaits you.

Best Time to visit:

Evenings are the best time as the place hosts a 15 minute light show called Spectra.

How to reach:

Take a train to Tanah Merah Station (EW4 – Green line). and walk to Tuas Link Station to finally get down at Raffles Place Station.

Top Attraction:

Spectra, Art Science Museum, The Ritzy Mall, Skypark and lots of other attractions once you step into this place.

Interesting Facts:

It houses the world’s most expensive standalone casino.

Where To Stay:

The Fullerton bay Hotel, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, and Sands Expo and Convention Center are some of the places to enjoy your stay close to this royal place in Singapore.

Things to do:

Enjoy the Musical Theatre, the eating out and Spectra show where the lighted fountain dance to the tunes of music.

Raffles Hotel

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A place that has come to terms with some imagery, this heritage property has been featured in famous novels. This was initially a heritage property and since 1899 has been used as a heritage place of comfort. Numerous famous personalities have visited here. To be at The Long Bar at Raffles is mostly everyone’s desire and many have already kicked the bucket list.

Best Time to visit:

Evenings are full of people so you can have maximum fun.

How to reach:

Raffles Hotel is 10 minutes walk from City Hall MRT Station and Raffles City Shopping Center.

Top Attraction:

The bar and a drink called Singapore Sling, open lounges.

Interesting Facts

: Named after the father of Urban Singapore called Stamford Raffles.

Where To Stay:

Pan Pacific Singapore, Carlton Hotel Singapore, Naumi Hotel Singapore and numerous other places with ultra luxuries.

Things to do:

Get yourself a spa, and enjoy some Hawker street food. Besides this, you may also indulge in Super Car Driving.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird park
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Everyone likes tweets, Nah not the ones on twitter, some real action can be seen here at the Jurong Bird Park where 400 species of birds flock together. This is a majestic place divided into zones. It is convenient to stroll through the park, however, you can also take a tram and get a guided tour of this lovely park as being on foot and visiting every section of this 50 acres of land can be really challenging.

Best Time to visit:

The best time to spot many birds together is during the months of May, July, and August.

How to reach:

Bus no. 194 can take you straight to the Jurong Bird Park.

Top Attraction:

Other than the rare species of birds Waterfall Aviary is something to look out for.

Interesting Facts:

More than 5000 birds of 400 species can be spotted here.

Where To Stay:

Pan Pacific Singapore, ibis Budget Singapore West Coast, and Fragrance Hotel ocean View are some of the best places to stay.

Things to do:

Enjoy the Lorry Loft, the Penguin Coast, King of Skies and Birds of Play.

Pulau Ubin

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The history enchants a lot of people, if you are one of those then visiting this island on the Northeast of mainland Singapore would be an answer for many of your questions. This place allows a peek into the Kampong Villages of Singapore and how they lived in the olden days. The island offers a quiet and quaint walk amidst nature or you can cycle your way.

Best Time to visit:

To enjoy the place fully, reaching here before 11:00 a.m. is ideal.

How to reach:

Take a Bumboat from the Changi Point Ferry Terminal taking you to the Pulua Ubin Jetty.

Top Attraction:

Ketam Mountain Bike Park, Chek Jawa, and Wei Tuo Fa Gong Temple.

Interesting Facts:

The island observes around 300,000 visitors annually.

Where To Stay:

Arton Boutique Hotel, Capri by Fraser Changi City, and 7 Heaven Boutique Hotel.

Things to do:

Observe the natural course of action and how ecosystem balances itself when you arrive at Chek Jawa where the largest collection of Wildlife can be seen.

Gillman Barracks

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When art presides over the military barracks in Singapore art Havens such as Gillman Barracks are evolved. If you are an art lover and have an eye for details, do visit this multi-block arcade with numerous designers painting their way and their heart out. Buy some plush paintings at a rather cheap price and splurge in the real sense of the word.

Best Time to visit:

Anytime of the year is good and the place is open between 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 

How to reach:

Take the MRT to Labrador Park station and walk north up Alexandra Rd for 800m; this heritage site would be on your right

Top Attraction:

Contemporary art is to look out for

Interesting Facts: 

This heritage building was established during the British Colonial times in 1936.

Where To Stay:

 Furama Riverfront, Harbor Ville Hotel  and Park Avenue Rochester are some of the places to contemplate your stay in them

Things to do:

Art Galleries and artwork along with some food and drinks can be enjoyed at this heritage site 

Haw Par Villa

Haw Par VillaWish to know about Chinese Culture, this Villa is absolutely a perfect place to visit. Yes, places like this are not so popular anymore; however, your research about Chinese Culture would be incomplete without visiting this one of its kind place in Singapore.

This was started by a Philanthropist called Aw Boon Haw with an intention to teach the real Chinese way of living. The Asian Chinese Cultural park is sure to visit if you want to go beyond knowing the food and clothes as it provided in-depth of the culture and a lot of useful information.

Best Time to visit:

The evening is the best time to visit. The place is open each day between 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

How to reach:

MRT Station of Haw Par Villa will take you straight to this place.

Top Attraction:

Vivid descriptions of the ten courts of Hell according to Chinese Folklore and the wonderful and full of color architecture of this mesmerizing place.

Interesting Facts:

This is one of the last of its kind place in the world and was established in 1930. The entry to this place is free.

Where To Stay:

Park Avenue Rochester, K2 Guesthouse, Harbour Ville Hotel, and many other budgeted places offering a perfect stay.

Things to do:

Observe the famous statues and dioramas portraying scenes from Chinese folklore.

St. Andrew’s Cathedral

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The architecture of this place is enough to take you here. The perfect and recognizable feature of this cathedral is its identification.  The white exterior reminisces the old Neo-Gothic structure that excites many history and architectural buffs.

The place circumference the periphery of this oldest church in Singapore is full of bright green grass making it a perfect park for relaxation.

Best Time to visit:

All throughout the year the Church can be visited

How to reach:

You can reach using the train via the Nth Bridge Road-City hall Station. Alternatively, Nth Bridge Road to Aft City hall Station, from where the church is about 2 minutes walk.

Top Attraction:

The minimalist Spire of the church and still having the quintessential features of a church

Interesting Facts:

It is the largest and the oldest Anglican place in Singapore

Where To Stay:

Hotel Bencoolen, Park Regis Singapore is plush hotels near the property 

Things to do:

Observe the Holy Communion and Archaeological excavations

Thian Hock Keng

Thian Hock Keng
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Glimpses of Chinese Beauty and spirituality at its best can be seen here at this very beautiful temple. With Chinese attributes of Dragons and Phoenix, the place not just appear but also carries Chinese spiritual vibes. The broken porcelain to build the ridges is perfectly used and reflects the use of porcelain in Chinese Crockery.

Best Time to visit:

The place is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

How to reach:

Train is the best way to reach here from Cross St  to Telok Ayer Stn Exit A and then about a 5-minute walk.

Top Attraction:

Observe the Fujian style roof ridges made from broken porcelain which is perfect learning of best out of waste

Interesting Facts:

This was initially built without the use of a single nail and is the oldest Chinese temple of worship in Singapore

Where To Stay:

Bliss Hotel Singapore, Furama City Center and Porcelain Hotel Singapore

Things to do:

The temple was restored with dragons and Phoenix with archetypal Chinese traits; however, just enjoy the observation as no pictures are allowed.

Sentosa

Sentosa BeachSplurge at this huge massive land in Singapore that is dedicated to recreation with some beaches, shopping arcades, and some adventure activities. The place is sprawled in 1230 acres of island resort with Singapore’s pertinent attractions.

The island houses the famous Universal Studio, S.E.A Aquarium and the very infamous Tiger Sky Tower observatory. So if you are looking for a rich and resplendent vacation, this island resort is the place tailor-made for you.

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Best Time to visit:

June to July and then October to December is the best time to be here.

How to reach:

Board the Sentosa Express to be here. MRT is available via many places.

Top Attraction:

Adventure Cove Waterpark, Madame Tussauds Singapore and Sentosa Merlion are some of the top attractions here.

Interesting Facts:

The place is home to the world’s largest Oceanarium.

Where To Stay:

Harbour Ville Hotel,  Travelodge Harbourfront, Furama City Center and many other plush places to stay at.

Things to do:

Zipline, Shopping, Sitting at the Beach and soaking up the sun, and indulging in plush sports like Golf.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
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Sprawled in 202 Hectares, the city has given the space for its flora and fauna to thrive. This ASEAN Heritage park marks the presence of migratory birds from all over Asia with some dangerous species of animals. You are likely to see the mangroves and mud spots but be wary of touching anything as crabs and snakes are popular here.

Best Time to visit:

If you want to experience Bird Watching, then visit from September to March; however, the place is open throughout the year all 7 days of the week 

How to reach:

Board SMRT Bus 925 from Kranji MRT Station. Get down at Kranji Reservoir Carpark B

Top Attraction:

Crocodiles, water snakes, Monitor Lizard and many more scary and dangerous species of reptiles.

Interesting Facts:

It is a part of the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site

Where To Stay:

Leaf Boutique Hotel, Tune Hotel- Dunga Bay and Suasana Private Suites by Sub home

Things to do:

Trekking trails and walking trails are what you can indulge into and feel the natural vibes

East Coast Road

East Coast Road
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A cluster of shops sitting there and inadvertently becoming the hot spot for clicking Instagram worthy pictures because of the most attractive hues of the shops. The shops are full of wonderful eateries and famous food in Singapore. It speaks loudly of the Peranakan culture of the people of Singapore. You will literally be a part of Singapore when you visit this popular street.

Best Time to visit:

Any time of the year, to avoid crowds you may visit between August to October. 

How to reach:

Walking distance from Katong Omega Apartment, else reach St. Patrick’s Green and walk for about 3 minutes to reach this place.

Top Attraction:

An eatery called Yong Huat that sells yummy Hokkien noodles and another eatery called 328 Katong Laksa for its namesake dish.

Interesting Facts:

The road was margined in 1828.

Where To Stay:

Santa Grand Hotel East Coast and Hotel Indigo Singapore are some best places to seek lodging at.

Things to do:

After a day of eating some pan Asian cuisines, you may head out to East Coast Park for a walk.

Clarke Quay

Clarke QuayErstwhile this was used as a jetty for trading goods and now is transformed into a perfect touristy place with an urban feel to it. To accomplish the contemporary feel to this wharf, a number of clubs, restaurants and bars are entrenched on the boundaries of this former jetty.

This place is located upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay.

Best Time to visit:

Evenings are perfectly lighted and light last till midnight.

How to reach:

MRT is the best way to reach here.

Top Attraction:

The ideal restaurants and the customary bars are the best places to enjoy.

Interesting Facts:

The structure in the 1800’s was used as the place for transporting goods upstream.

Where To Stay:

Jayleen Clarke Quay Hotel, Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay and for a budgeted stay you may check Zen Rooms too. 

Things to do:

Cruise at the Singapore River, a perfect themed water precinct to enjoy the nightlife  

From the South Coast to the North East Coast, Singapore is all-encompassing. It proffers entertainment, nature, history, spirituality and lots more. With just a few places named here, Singapore is house to many more. Radiant and dazzling nightlife is one thing and the farming and old Kampong Village life of Singapore are the two faces that you can observe when here.

The city is envied to be expensive, but it surely brings the best for tourists traversing for some relaxation amidst nature along with maintaining a rhythmic balance with contemporary life.

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