12 Apr SINGAPORE
Our top 10 MUST-SEE attractions for Singapore!
- Universal Studios Singapore: Release your inner kid and enjoy extravagant attractions & rides that will keep you entertained for hours on end! Immerse yourself in a range of movie magic zones from the Sci-Fi City to Madagascar, there’s something for everyone!
- Magnificent Night Safari: Travelling by tram, you’ll explore the many nocturnal animals & wildlife within the Singapore Zoo. This adventure is a truly unique experience where you’ll observe a range of exotic animals in their natural “after-hours” habitat.
- Gardens by the Bay: A stunning nature park within Central Singapore. These massive tree-like structures have been developed to encourage greater greenery and flora within the city. Walk from the east to the south of the gardens via a scenic waterfront walkway.
- Eating with the locals: a range of cuisines are on offer from traditional Singaporean food at the Lau Pa Sat Markets to the famous Bread Street Kitchen owned by Britain’s Gordon Ramsay.
- The Singapore flyer: For incredible 360 degree views of the cityscape visit the Singapore flyer – Asia’s largest observation wheel! You’ll be sure to snap an Insta-worthy pic here!
- Singapore After Dark: Our favourite nightclubs include the rooftops of the Marina Bay Sands & the Clarke Quay for all drinking preferences…
- Like your spice? The famous chilli crap may be your new favourite dish! Available at most seafood restaurants, you’ll fall in love with the delicacy of flavours.
- Shopping on a budget? Bugis street has fantastic bargains and we don’t doubt you’ll find something worth your money! From old-school vintage to urban trendy, it’s all here.
- Check out Tiong Bahru, Singapore’s hot new hipster neighborhood that’s filled with cool shops, restaurants, bars, and restored shophouses.
- Haji Lane in the Kampong Glam neighborhood is a tucked-away alley that holds a collection of narrow shophouses that have been converted into hip shops – fashionistas you will love!
Sneaky 11: The Mid Autumn Festival (held annually from mid September to mid October in Singapore’s Chinatown) includes a variety of creative lantern and decorative displays and, of course, devouring scrumptious mooncakes.
TravelCat Tip: There are plenty of opportunities to stay connected with Singapore’s range of free public Wi-Fi hotspots including Wireless@SG & Changi Airport.
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