Singapore – the place for your next
Things to do and places to visit in Singapore
If you’re into traveller, check if your wish-list has Singapore on it. If it does,
you’re on the right track. If it doesn’t, we’ll talk a few adjectives to properly describe it. Let’s see –
beautiful, diverse, peaceful, vibrant, and now we’ve run out of adjectives to completely describe it.
This short Singapore vacation guide will help you find places to visit and things to do in Singapore. Read on about the
city-state and what should you be looking for when you get there.
|Known as the Lion City, this city-state is officially
called the Republic of Singapore,
on of the richest and most orderly city-states. (Image from
The public transport in Singapore is organised and inexpensive. Getting to places
is going to be a no-brainer.
Plenty of taxis can be found around the town, so you won't have any problem
getting around the city streets.
Trains and buses
You can travel on trains & buses on an unlimited quota using a Singapore
Tourist pass. That’s by far the best option – always!
Experience the host of different cultures
Singapore in one of the cultural hubs of the world, and that fact is well observed
in form of several localities that you can visit to get a taste of being in different nations, even as you are
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Singapore is no different from many big cities of the world and gets their own
China Town. The narrow streets are full of street hawkers selling you a host of merchandise, teahouses where you
can sip on some traditional Chinese tea. Also, you should definitely try ‘char kway teow’ (stir-fried
If you’ve ever been to India (and more specifically to the temples there),
you’ll feel at home walking down these streets. This is much more interesting to visit in the evening hours, as
that is the prayer (aarti) time, and is a feast for the eyes.
Arab Street is reminiscent of the beautiful and old Arab culture that’s still safe
in the arms of Singapore. You’ll find shopping complexes stocking exquisite merchandise, restaurants serving the
taste of the middle-east, and would get to interact with people who’ve preserved and spread the culture in this
|The Singapore's Changi airport has been
consistently voted the world's best airport
for many years by the international
travellers. (Image from Pixabay.com)
Treat yourself to amazing food
Singapore naturally has a host of places that treat you to amazing food, with
offerings from different cultures and parts of the world. We’ll take a quick swing by:
The breakfast that you definitely should have at least once while in
Siungapore. Try the Kaya Toast here.
Lau Pa Sat
There’s a lot of Chinese food to be had here, including dumplings, noodles, and
most importantly – Satay.
If you dig seafood (and crab at that), try the Chilli Crab at this seafood
A walk to remember
Finally, we’re going to let you in on the places where you can have a walk to tell
your friends back home about.
At Night Safari is where the night comes alive. You get to watch the nocturnal
creatures up close.
Gardens by the Bay
Visit Gardens by the Bay during the morning time to have a look at flower species from all around the
The iconic Merlion Park is bustling with tourists at the evening, and that’s when
you should be there.
So, with this, we wind up the listings for Singapore. We hope that you visit it
soon, and get a chance to look at all of these places. Oh, and let us know if you find any other hidden treasures
in the city. Happy exploring.