Best Places to Visit in Singapore

Singapore is one of the many favorite tourist destinations and a must “bucket list” for anyone travelling to South east Asia. Here are some of the best places to visit in Singapore and why tourist love it and keeps coming back to see more of Singapore.

Merlion Park

This place is the national icon and landmark for Singapore. This is where you can see the Merlion statue of a lion head with a body of a fish. Its head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, or ‘lion city’ in Malay.

This icon is a ‘must-see’ for tourists visiting Singapore. This is the best place to see and take picture for a living proof for that you have been to Singapore. This is a significant landmark for Singapore similar to other popular destinations for tourist around the world.

Sentosa

Another Iconic place to be,if you are visiting Singapore is the very popular globe of Universal Studios located at Sentosa. There is no way,you don’t want to take picture on this site, as a living testimony of your Singapore visit

Marina Bay

You don’t want to miss and see this spectacular site. An Architectural masterpiece where you have the chance to see the best view of Singapore atop the Sandsky Park and experience the relaxing view atop the infinity pool on this luxurious hotel.

Sandsky Park 

Glass view deck at Skypark

View at the top of Skypark

Nothing is more exhilarating view than seeing it on the top of Sandsky park as you enjoy your fine dining or relaxing to the cool breeze at infinity pool.

View at the infinity pool atop Marina Bay Sands

Watching Marina Bay at night is more spectacular with the dazzling and colorful lights accompanied with a musical background ease up your tired muscles for the daily walk and fill your eyes with awe with the various changing colors and its grandeur lighting effects.

Gardens by the Bay

 

Be mesmerized on the scenic view and “be one with nature ” with this 101-hectare Gardens by the Bay.Revel in the spectacular views from the Supertree Grove amid lush gardens.

If you love the scenic views from the movie “Avatar” you will surely love the views here at Gardens By the Bay.

Faber Peak

If you want to escape the hustle of the city and just want a cool and peaceful place, the Faber peak is the best place to hangout.Located 100 meters above the sea Faber peak at Mount Faber features a vibrant cluster of fine dining and entertainment where you can experience the joy ride of cable car as they take you to the relaxing views of Sentosa- Harbourfront .

The hilltop picturesque view of the city is best seen on this place.

Chinatown

Nothing gets busier than the Chinatown of Singapore. More than the tempting Chinese food to eat on this restaurant packed street,You will surely love to see more of the Chinese Culture,souvenirs and stuffs where you can squeeze of your budget to buy those Chinese accessories and souvenir items with their cheap and affordable prices.

Little India

Alongside the street corner of Chinatown is where you can find the place called Little India.Visit the Indian temple located along its street and experience the Indian culture on this tiny corner.

MRT Subway Train Stations

If you are traveling for a tight budget, You can save much by traveling using their subway train stations,You will find it very convenient traveling around Singapore using their systematized subway train system.

It is highly recommended to purchase their EZ-link card and you are on your easy and fast way to go on any places around Singapore.

First time travelers will appreciate the route map posted around every train stations for your quick and easy reference guide along your preferred destination.

There are a lot more interesting and beautiful places to see in Singapore not mentioned in this blog. As of this writing ,their are still ongoing constructions and improvements now going on at Singapore as they continue to attract millions of visitors every year and giving every visiting tourist the awesome and amazing lifetime experience they will always treasure.

Map route posted at every station as quick reference to travelers.

4 thoughts on “Best Places to Visit in Singapore

  • Simple and presented well. If you don’t mind sir, sana share how much budget and how many days needed to tour Singapore? Nakaka inspire naman seeing your travel blog. Congrats once again. Keep it up sir!

    • Hi Adz,
      Thanks for taking time ti comment here in my blog.
      Actually This is my cheapest international travel.
      Here’s my tips and why I say so,
      1.I have booked early 6 months before the travel and avail of the promo packages of online agents like Traveloka.com
      Did you know that I have only spent for about 8500.00 php round trip tickets for (Three)with Cebu Pacific Airlines.
      2.Look for relatives and friends living in Singapore,Luckily My wife sister is living there and married to a Singaporean,so my accomodation expenses is basically taken care of.(note.accomodation at singapore is expensive even on small dormitory type condo unit there).
      3.Bring your Singaporean cash already exchange here in the Philippines.(Exchange rates in singapore is lower,You can have some and can save some of your precious time)
      4.About Food,There a lot of places for cheap food in Singapore especially near Chinatown.You can still enjoy Chinese delicacies at affordable prices.
      5.Purchase your EZ link card.Travelling around singapore on their MRT Substations is very convenient and more cheap compared on using the taxi.You will also be amused while walking around,Definitely the cleanest city you will ever see.
      So my expenses was only to the ticket rides at Sentosa (universal studios).
      Don’t Forget to have a budget for souvenir items , You dont want to going back without those amusing souvenires and gift items. I believe that the most expensive part …as per my wife..hahaha..lol
      Seriousy ,This was an awesome experience for me and my family and looking forward to visiting it again.

  • Singapore is an expensive but kid-friendly place. Sentosa Island has a great aquarium and amusement park complex, Singapore Zoo and Botanic Gardens are great for kids, and they’ll love eating at the hawker centres. As far as hotels go, there are several on Sentosa that are great for families with young children.

    You’ve presented a under budget trip very nicely. Hope you enjoyed well!

    • Hi Kathleen,
      Thanks for taking time to comment and read my Blog.
      You are Generally Right,Visiting Singapore is expensive , But with proper preparation and planning You can cut on some cost and give priorities on what Really matters most, not sacrificing of course what you want to enjoy About the amazing places in Singapore.
      Definitely a must visit for Families especially for Children to enjoy.

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