Going on a trip to Singapore? Want to make sure that you squeeze in all the best attractions and things to do? If you do, then it makes sense to have a list of all the best things to do during your time there. Check out our Singapore tourist attractions list and find your inspiration.
10. Singapore Flyer
Like the idea of being able to enjoy a spot of afternoon tea whilst you are over the city landscape? This is all possible thanks to the Singapore Flyer. The largest observation wheel in the world, here you can be pampered whilst you take in the views.
9. Marina Bay Sands
One of the most opulent resort complexes in Singapore. Here you will find high-end luxury brands, a rather impressive hotel and a mall that has a canal running through it. Whilst only hotel guests can use the impressive pool, anyone can observe and see this impressive sight.
8. Gardens By The Bay
This particular sight can be seen from Marina Bay Sands, however, the best way to see it is to take a walk through Bay East Garden. Here you will get close to the vibrant plant life, as well as escape from the sometimes overwhelming hustle and bustle of the city.
7. Singapore Zoo
A rather impressive zoo, Singapore zoo is clean and inviting and the animals that call it their home are well treated and have plenty of space to call their own. One of the most impressive enclosures are the orangutans, where you can see them swing, munch and generally have a lovely chance at life.
The colours, the smells, the sounds, the atmosphere. All of the best parts of visiting Chinatown. It boasts small stores and authentic food, all of which comes together to make a place that anyone would love to take a walk through.
5. Orchard Road
One reason why many people head to Singapore is for the shopping and if you are looking for high-end products then you definitely need to visit Orchard Road. With 22 malls and six department stores for you to look at, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for, and a few things you might not be looking for.
4. Pulau Ubin
Before the commercializing of the city, Singapore was a lush and green place. You can see what life used to be like by visiting Pulau Ubin, or Granite Island. A throwback to a time when farming and fishing was a way of life, it is the ideal way to escape from the modern city scape.
3. Changi Chapel And Museum
Whilst it might not be the most pleasant of subjects, WWII is still a fascinating part of history. In Singapore you will find the Changi Chapel and Museum which delves in the history of more than 50,000 civilians and soldiers in Changi Prison.
2. Sentosa Island
Singapore isn’t know for its beaches, however, if you find that you are craving a space on the golden sands then you really need to plan in a visit to Sentosa Island. You can spend time at Siloso Beach or perhaps visit the Merlion statue that has become iconic in its own right.
1. Clarke Quay
Found not far from Orchard road, Clarke Quay was once as a centre of commerce during he 19th century. To this day it is still a busy hub with plenty to see. Not only this but you can also spend the evening taking it easy thanks to the waterfront dining and entertainment which is a popular way to spend some time.