Singapore attracts millions of visitors yearly who travel there to have a great taste of the cultural melting pot, experience high-class services, and see impressive architecture.
Read this Singapore Travel Guide to know the best things to do in Singapore and plan an awesome trip here.
Try the cheapest Michelin star Hawker stall
Where to find the world’s most affordable Michelin star meal? Go to Singapore!
The local food in Singapore is fantastic, and the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred eatery can be found in one of its hawker centers.
Trying its signature dish – Soya Sauce Chicken Rice, has been on my bucket list since I read about it, and I must say that this dish is worth traveling for.
The chicken is soft, juicy, well-marinated, and each bite brings you a fantastic experience. The rice that goes along with it is pretty dull and tasteless, in my opinion, so I’d recommend buying a half-chicken to enjoy instead.
Where to find it?
You can either try out the dishes at Mr.Chan’s Hawker stall in the Hawker center or a restaurant opposite the Mall.
The restaurant is located near the entrance of Chinese food street, and there is more space to sit down.
Explore China Town
After finishing the chicken meal, spend some time exploring the rest of China Town.
Wandering around China Town, you can see narrow roads with tons of restaurants serving traditional food or spot the souvenirs shops offering clothes, crafts, and antiques.
At night, don’t forget to visit Club street and enjoy the fancy nightlife with different wine bars and clubs.
Wander around Little India
What I love most about Singapore is its diversity, and you can find it in areas such as Little India. It’s amazing how the area resembles India, from the food to the buildings.
Little India is a perfect place to try tasty Indian food and understand a bit about India through its buildings, temples, and local markets.
Visit Gardens by the Bay
What are the Gardens by the Bay?
Located in the heart of Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a picturesque and exciting park to visit in Singapore. The park offers breathtaking views of impressive skywalks over the garden by the Supertree Grove.
The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden.
How much does it cost to visit Gardens by the Bay?
a) Outdoor garden
There is no entrance fee to visit the Outdoor garden of the Gardens by the Bay.
Entrance time: 5 am- 2 am daily
Outdoor gardens include:
- Supertree Grove
- Sun Pavillion
- Heritage Gardens
- World of Plants
- Dragonfly & Kingfisher Lakes
b) OCBC Skyway
If you’d like to walk the OCBC Skyway, please note that it only opens from 9 am to 9 pm daily.
- Senior (≥60 years old): $8
- Adult: $8
- Child (3-12 years old): $5
c) Shuttle service
The park offers a shuttle service for its visitors with the ultimate ride daily at $3. There’s a free service for wheelchair users.
Walk along the Bay
A walk along the Bay is all you need for a relaxing evening in Singapore. The fresh air and pleasant atmosphere will make your trek enjoyable. With several benches, you can sit down, relax, and enjoy Singapore like a local.
Also, you can spot several impressive buildings along the way, which are inspiring and exciting.
Explore the architecture
From skyscrapers and impressively designed Marina Sand Bays to heritage houses in China Town or colorful buildings in Little India, the architecture in Singapore leave visitors in awe with its design.
Travelers can explore the multiculturalism and diversity in Singapore’s architecture, and these buildings remark the transformation of Singapore from a colony to a cosmopolitan city.
Take a picture of Merlion – Singapore Lion Statue
I was surprised when I visited the Merlion statue. The place was full of tourists trying to take photos with Merlion. However, it will be a miss if you don’t see this iconic statue.
Shop until you drop
Singapore is a paradise for shopaholics. From SGD 5 stalls in China Town to luxury brands in Marina Bay Center, travelers can enjoy shopping time with a wide range of products.
Whether you are a budget traveler or prefer a luxury experience, Singapore has something to offer.
Party at Clark Quay
Located near the business area, Clark Quay is a perfect place to get a drink or two at the end of your night. There’re several bars and restaurants in the area.
I had drinks at an all-you-can-drink beer bar in Clark Quay, and their dishes were tasty too!
Have a fun day at Universal Studios
Located on Sentosa Island, Universal Studios Singapore is an excellent choice if you’re looking for fun things to do in Singapore. This theme park features 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones.