As anyone who has visited or lived in Singapore can tell you, there are plenty of things to do in this beautiful country of ours. Whether you love to go on wild adventures or are a bit reserved, Singapore has great experiences to offer you.
In a bid to encourage you to explore your country more, this article will feature the top 10 things to do in Singapore. So if you are always complaining that you don’t have anything fun to do, sit back and relax; this one’s for you!
1. Visit the Universal Studio Singapore
Located in Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studio Singapore is one of Singapore’s most popular attractions. As its name suggests, this theme park is inspired by Universal Studio characters.
The first of its kind, it features beloved characters like the Minions and Elmo. Moreover, there are a ton of exhilarating rides based on some of the greatest Universal shows. These include Transformers the Ride and Human vs Cyclone.
Even though Universal Studios Singapore is currently not operating at full capacity, it’s still worth the visit. For more on this theme park, email Resorts World Sentosa at firstname.lastname@example.org or send them a message on Facebook.
2. Take a Nature Walk Gardens by the Bay
Tired of being cooped up in the house? Looking for a place to simply take in nature? If so, it’s about time you visited the Gardens by the Bay. With more than 1.5 million plant types, it is not surprising that Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore’s most visited places.
Here, you will find amazing attractions like World of Plants, The Canyon, Heritage Gardens, and Sun Pavillion. This tranquil waterfront garden is divided into three sections: the Bay Centra, Bay East, and Bay South. Some of its most popular features are its tall supertrees and amazing aerial walkway.
3. Mini Golf at Holey Moley
For the perfect combination of golf and food, Holey Moley is the place to be. This place is known for its innovative putt courses as much as it is known for its amazing bar. While they are not open for golfing right now, you can still grab a great meal from Holey Moley.
Located at 3B River Valley Road, you can stop by Holey Moley for a slice of pizza and some drinks. Alternatively, you can order their menu online for delivery to your home. For orders less than $10, there is a small service fee. For more updates, call Holey Moley at +65 800 492 2410 or follow them on Facebook.
4. Water Ride at Adventure Cove
If you are looking for some good old water-related fun for the whole family, Adventure cove is the way to go. Like Universal Studios Singapore, Adventure Cove is located in the Resorts World Sentosa.
Here you get to experience the wonders of marine life while enjoying the thrilling water slides and rides. You can even have some great snorkeling experiences at this water park. What’s more? With Adventure Cove’s Attraction Pass, you get to enjoy all they have to offer every day all year round. For more on Adventure Cove, follow Resorts World Sentosa on Facebook.
5. Shop at Clarke Quay
Shopaholics alert; Clarke Quay is the place. With an abundance of malls and eateries, there is no place like it. Here, you can also take a boat ride on the beautiful Singapore River, explore the Asian Civilizations Museum, or even visit the Hong San See Temple. Whether you love outdoorsy adventures or art, Clarke Quay has something for you to do.
Moreover, it provides a variety of food options ranging from fast food to amazing Asian cuisine. For an all-day fun day out with friends or family, Clarke Quay has got you covered! For inquiries, call them at +65 6713 2888 or send them a message on Facebook.
6. Sun bask at Tanjong Beach Club
As far as beach clubs go, Tanjong has a lot going on. Located on 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, this beach club provides you with a comfortable daybed to relax as you enjoy the beach view. As we speak, Tanjong’s daybeds are booked up to 10th August; testament to its popularity.
Tanjong Beach Club also has a cool beach shop and hosts a variety of parties and events throughout the year. To cap it all up, the club sells some and drinks for you to enjoy as you relax. You can even get takeaway. Ultimately, Tanjong Beach Club is a perfect place to relax after a long hard week.
7. Spend the night at Marina Bay Sands
When it comes to hotels, there is none quite like the Marina Bay Sands. It is home to the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, giving you a stunning view of Singapore’s skyline. It also houses an awe-inspiring art science museum and a digital canvas; some of Singapore’s most popular attractions.
With their user-friendly online booking service, you can book yourself into this hotel with elegance and style. This guarantees you early access to the infinity pool and the free cancellation for a variety of packages.
For a luxurious staycation, fine dining, and access to world-class shopping stores like Louis Vuitton, book yourself into the Marina Bay Sands! For more information on their offerings, call them at +65 6688 8826 or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
8. Interact with animals with Wildlife Reserves Singapore
Animal lovers should visit one of the Wildlife Reserves Parks (Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, River Safari, and Night Safari) at least once in their lifetimes. Located at 80 Mandai Lake Road, these zoological gardens have a variety of wildlife ranging from snakes to penguins.
Being the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals, the Wildlife Reserve’s Night Safari is particularly popular among visitors. The river-themed River Safari is also something to behold. Ultimately, the Wildlife Reserves Singapore does a good job of reminding us of the beauty and majesty of Singapore’s beasts.
9. Surf at Surf Cove
If you love surfing, good vibes, and good food, you should visit Surf Cove. Located at 1 Pasir, Ris Close, Surf Cove has surfer-friendly waves and 387 rooms worth of accommodation.
Its amazing water theme park is called the Wild Wild West and is a major attraction in the region. The food and drinks are great too; a good lure towards a long term stay. For inquiries call Surf Cove at +65 6377 3113 or send them a message on Facebook.
Practically brimming with Chinese culture, Chinatown is packed with restaurants and shops. One of the most popular eateries is the Maxwell Food Centre that is known to provide a variety of street food. It is a must-stop for all those seeking to explore Chinese culture.
Alternatively, you can visit museums or temples like Thian Hock Keng and Sri Mariamman. There is so much to do in Chinatown that you can never be bored.
So there you have it; these are the top 10 things to do in Singapore. As is evident in this list, our beautiful island has a little bit of something for everyone. Whether you a surfer, an environmentalist or a hardcore foodie, Singapore does not disappoint!
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