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What To Do In Singapore – Attractions

Don’t underestimate Singapore by its size, it is one of the safest, cleanest and friendliest cities in the world, there is plenty to do in Singapore! One way to describe this city is stepping into a realm of magical greenery and heart-stopping architecture.

Singapore is one of the most popular cities to stop over. Depending on how adventurous you feel you could discover this city in less than a week. All the attractions are located conveniently from transportation and each attraction is memorable and breathtaking.

I won’t lie, the weather in this city is always hot, humid and/or rainy. Don’t let this weather stop you from exploring because it won’t stop you from visiting. All attractions are built to withstand the weather and accommodate patrons.

Keep reading to find out what to do in Singapore and what to see.

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What to do in Singapore, what to see in Singapore

Get In Touch with Nature:

Botanic Garden

Address: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
Transportation: MRT, Bus, Taxi & Tourist Shuttle
Cost: $0.00 – $5.00

The Botanic Gardens is one of Singapore’s oldest garden and still flourishing. Follow the path and let it take you to see wonders. There are thousands of species and hybrids of flora which spreads its colours vibrantly and visited by friendly squirrels.

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Garden by the Bay

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Transportation: MRT, Bus & Taxi
Cost:
Varies per attraction

This is where the magic begins!  This detailed complex contains the most significant flora in a form of art. This garden is divided in many sections each showcasing the beauties of nature and enriching the need for sustainability.

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A few fun things to do:

Universal Studios

Address: Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269
How to Get There: MRT/ Express, Bus, Taxi & Tour Bus
Cost: Adult S$76 | Child S$56 | Senior S$38

This adventure park is located at the heart of Sentosa. Ride your favorite Universal Studios Movie, enter their realm and experience your movie come to life. Each realm that is created is almost identical to what you would see on screens. The atmosphere changes between realm including smell, sound, mood, and ambience and movie characters. Watch the scheduled shows and let your adrenaline rush through your skin. It is recommended to purchase the Universal Express Unlimited ride ticket to skip the long queues during the peak season or wish to explore Sentosa Island due to your time constraint.  Top 2 Rides Recommended by me is Transformers the Ride, and Revenge of the Mummy. This is definitely a bucket list adventure park.

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SEA Aquarium

Address: S.E.A Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269
How to Get There: MRT/Sentosa Express, Bus, Taxi & Tour Bus
Cost: Adult S$38 | Child/Senior S$28

Over 100,000 marine animals are nurtured at Singapore’s S.E.A Aquarium. Uncover and learn about the different species and let your imaginations explore. Come inside to the cool air-conditioned deep blue sea and avoid the sun and humidity. Stroll through the deep blue tunnels that surround you from top to bottom and see the marine animals swim around you. Then dine at Ocean Restaurant with a spectacular breathtaking view.

ALIVE Museum

Address: Suntec City Mall #03-372 (between Towers 3 & 4)
How to Get There: MRT, Car, & Taxi
Cost: Adult S$25 | Child S$20

Rainy days and staying local? The perfect attraction to visit is the ALIVE Museum. These illusions created will really trick your eyes. Not everything seems to be what it looks, look closer and be a part of the art. This would tick off one of the list of what to do in Singapore by far.

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Night Safari

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
How To Get There: MRT + Bus, Taxi & Tour Bus
Cost: Adult S$45 | Child S$30 | Senior S$18

This is the first nocturnal wildlife park in the world. Hop onto tram and be guided through the park, and see the animals move through the night. Go on foot and follow the trails and get close and see the unseen closer. This wildlife park is definitely unexpected and different to your typical day wildlife park. Do not miss the fire stunt performance by the tribal warriors. These men are unbelievably talented; you would not be able to take your eyes off!

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What to do in Singapore, be amazed and see:

Garden by the bay

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr,
Singapore 018953
How To Get There: MRT, Bus & Taxi
Cost: Varies per attraction
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Theatre on the Bay

Address: 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981
How To Get There: MRT, Bus & Taxi
Cost: Varies per show

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Marina Bay Sands

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
How To Get There: MRT, Bus & Taxi
Cost: Free of Charge to view

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Sands SkyPark

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave,
Singapore 018956
How To Get There: MRT, Bus & Taxi
Cost: Adult S$23 | Child S$17 | Senior S$20

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Singapore Flyer

Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
How To Get There: MRT, Bus & Taxi
Cost: Varies per attraction

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Merlion Park

Address: 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
How To Get There: MRT/Sentosa Express, Bus, Taxi & Tour Bus
Cost: Free of Charge

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What to do in Singapore? Let your taste buds go wild of course!

Singapore is known for their hawker food. Basically, it is a food centre with inexpensive affordable delicious food. Expand your stomach and get ready to eat! This is where the culture begins. Taste Singapore like no other place.

Suggested places:

  • Old Airport Food Centre
  • Amoy Street Food Centre
  • ABC Brickworks
  • East Coast Lagoon Food Village
  • RedHill Lane Food Centre
  • Toa Payoh West Market Food Centre
  • >Orchard Plaza

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We hope that this blog would help answer your question of what to do in Singapore. Happy travels!