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17 Best Things To Do In Singapore On Your Next Visit

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Singapore is one of the most orderly and well-developed places you would visit. Along with luxury hotels and magnificent shopping malls showcasing the sheer wealth of this Asian destination, there’s a lot more you can expect. If you had been confused lately about your trip to Singapore, we have brought to you a well-curated list of activities and experiences to seek.

Best Experiences In Singapore

Dive deeper into the remarkable attractions at the metropolitan travel destination.

1. Gardens By The Bay 

 

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You cannot miss this one even if it’s your nth number of trips to Singapore. This place can be viewed clearly from the Marina Bay Sands Observation Deck. However, when you reach here, you get to know the actual charm it holds. Visiting here would be a memorable experience for you.  

 

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It’s one of the most instagrammable places to visit in Singapore. Set off for a spectacular walk with your loved one or get some good snaps to allure your social media profile. This place looks way more miraculous after sunset when it gets illuminated with colorful lights. Do not miss this one. 

Also Read: 17 Reasons To Have New York On Your Travel Bucket List 

2. The Cloud Forest 

 

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The Cloud Forest is one of the most surreal experiences you will enjoy in Singapore. It is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall heightened up to 35-meters. There are some rare plants and magnificent views. You will come across beautiful lush vegetation here. It is truly mesmerizing.

3. Underwater World

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Underwater World is a perfect place for nature lovers. This is an oceanarium with 2,500 marine animals belonging to 250 different species from all over the world. You will come across a diverse range of marine species that you may not have seen ever. It looks similar to the S.E.A Aquarium. However, it’s more diverse in nature and surely a better alternative than the latter.

4. Singapore Botanical Gardens 

 

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This is a World Heritage Site and one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. The Botanical Gardens preserve the Singaporean wildernesses in a beguiling way which makes people love this place. Nature and wildlife enthusiasts will never want to leave once they are here.

5. Jurong Bird Park 

 

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The Jurong Bird Park is home to over 400 colorful bird species. It is an expansive bird park spanning over 20.2 hectares of land in Western Singapore. Along with the binocular view, you can watch the birds from extremely close. The Waterfall Aviary is also an important attraction here. It is known to be the biggest walk-in aviaries in the world with over 600 birds and a stunning 30m high waterfall.

6. Marina Bay Sands 

 

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Reach out to this iconic, luxury hotel and resort in Singapore if you’re head over heels for leisure and luxury. Cherish the most mesmerizing views of Singapore’s skyline from the largest infinity pool in the world.

Spa and fitness center, world-class meals, entertainment centers, and numerous shopping avenues will make you feel absolutely special. Stay in one of the lavish rooms with amazing views of the city.

7. Universal Studios Theme Park 

 

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Visiting with kids? Then you must consider this place on your list. Kids are certainly going to love this theme park reminiscing their favorites including Shrek, Transformers, and Madagascar along with various others.

8. IFly Singapore 

 

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Fear of height doesn’t let you enjoy sky diving? Get an enthralling experience of skydiving with no risks, indoor at iFly. This is a concept based on virtual technology where you will actually feel like you have jumped from a plane, 13000 feet high.

Get the adrenaline rush while you feel that you’re hurling towards the ground from such great height. There will be a short training and induction session before you head over for the activity.

9. Trick Eye Museum 

While you’re at one of the most unique museums in the world, see through your lens of imagination. You will find something different to do than at most of the museums. The museum uses and displays the feature and factors of Augmented Reality. This pumps in life to the art exhibits. Apart from 3D art exhibits, there are around 80 art installations based on optical illusion, and amazing sound and light effects.

10. Waterfront Promenade 

 

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This is another important attraction in Singapore conjoining various other famous places like the Collyer Quay, Bayfront Areas, and Marina Centre. It is actually a route that connects all major places leading to Marina Bay. You can delve into the complete scenic view of the place. You may go dining at a great place, enjoy a slow cycle ride or take a walk.

11. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum 

 

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Meeting your favorite celebrities always excites you? Then you must visit the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. It is one of the best places in Singapore with wax statues of various Hollywood and Bollywood celebrities.

You will find a statue of Queen Elizabeth II, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit, Anil Kapoor, and many more. There are various other wax arts that are open to the public for exhibitions.

12. Arab Street 

 

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This is where you will get an idea of what Singapore looked like in the past. It allures Bussorah Street, Bali lanes, and Muscat Street, the combines places of the Haji. This place is popular for intriguing mosques, street art, and bike rides.

You must visit the 200 years old Masjid Sultan. It is also a great place for shopping. You can rest at one of the corner shops while sipping beer.

13. The Helix Bridge 

 

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The most intriguing view in Singapore can be seen at night. It is when they get illuminated beautifully. It is the best time to catch up with the spectacle views of the Helix Bridge. Standing across the Singapore River, it connects the Marine center and the South Marine Bay.

It is the first curved bridge in the world. The bridge represents growth and rebirth, having designed like a human DNA string. It’s 280 meters long, composed of stainless steel and an intricate mesh with a fabulous tubular structure.

14. Clarke Quay 

 

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Clarke Quay is one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. It is a place that displays the city’s past and presents too. There are waterfront entertainment, chic pubs and restaurants, and various other interesting activities to do. The gorgeous waterfront views make it a great place to take your partner for a date. 

Also Read: 7 Things You Should Know While Exploring Singapore 

15. Butterfly Park And Insect Kingdom 

 

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Brimming with tropical greenery and the most beautiful creations of nature this is a must-visit place while exploring Singapore. You will love observing the insects and butterflies here. The alluring scents and amazing rainforests make up a truly interactive experience.

16. Singapore Flyer 

 

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This is yet another destination for one-stop sightseeing in Singapore. It is the highest giant observation wheel in the world. You can not only view the stunning Singapore skyline from here but Malaysian Johor Strait, and the Indonesian Spice Islands too.

17. Coney Island 

 

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The Coney Island or Pulau Serangoon is a place with coastal forests, mangroves, and grasslands. It is one of the most romantic places in Singapore you can explore with your better half or date. There are a lot of species of animals, plants, and birds. Camping or fishing isn’t allowed here. However, you can go for a romantic bicycle ride.

While we only have a few mentions here, there are endless experiences that you can live here. Plan it well.

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