8 Best Things to See in Singapore

Singapore may be small but it offers something unlike any other, it’s known to be a mega-metropolis and is one of the 5 most expensive cities in Asia. Singapore is an urban heaven filled with the most exceptional activities and sights for the stylish traveler. These are some of the best things you must see on your visit to Singapore.


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Sentosa is where you get to have the best of both worlds. Have a dip in this purposely built sun, sea, and sand destination with the city still a distance away from you. Not only does the island offer some beach bumming activities, but it also boasts of its theme park, golf park, shopping, and dining experience.

Orchard Road

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Like most cities, Singapore has its shopping district, and that is Orchard Road. In fact, Orchard Road is how Singaporeans and frequent travelers spell shopping. Roam the streets and shop until you drop with choices from rows of department stores housing some of the most beautiful local and international brands. A lot of restaurants and cafes can also be found here for when you need to take a break!

Marina Bay

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Your trip to Singapore would not be complete without this iconic attraction. Home to one of Asia’s best infinity pools – Marina Bay Sands rooftop infinity pool. Strike a pose along the views of the famous architecture and later enjoy the cosmopolitan city-state’s offerings. That would include shopping, dining, and nightlife options. If you’re feeling a little lucky, go ahead and spend some time in their casino.

Gardens by the Bay

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In a city like Singapore where everywhere urban sights can be seen, there is no wonder that their very own park would be a bit of urban as well. Gardens by the Bay is a futuristic park in the city situated in its bay area. The picturesque Supertree structures are best to watch once it lits up by sunset. More than the aesthetics, the park serves a purpose with its world-renowned climate-controlled greenhouse.

Clarke Quay

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If you’re looking for a classy night out spot, Clarke Quay is precisely for you. The area is filled with lots of bars, pubs, restaurants, as well as some chic nightclubs perfect to for meeting people in the city or spending some time with your friends. At night, as the city turn on their lights, admire the beauty of river that passes through the area. It is a pleasant sight to relax as well and have a few drinks al-fresco style along the banks of the river.

Universal Studios Singapore

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The park may be something for families and kids, but a trip to Singapore without passing by Universal Studios is not complete. Have a bit of fun and unleash the kid in you as you roam around the 20 attractions found in the park all themed after the iconic characters the studio has made.

Asian Civilizations Museum

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One of the four known museums in Singapore, Asian Civilizations Museum is the place to be for when you feel like spending some time getting to know the country’s history and culture. Explore the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions featuring the cultures of China, Southeast Asia, Islam, and India which have all been an influence to what Singapore is known today.

Singapore Flyer

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What’s the best way to cap the night off in this lovely city but to get a 360-degree view of its entirety? What exactly can be done in the Singapore Flyer? Admire the view of the town at night time at this giant observation wheel with friends, family, or a loved one.