Places To Visit in Singapore

Marina Bay Sands

This beautiful island city-state, is one of the cleanest and safest places to visit in the world. With it’s astonishing architecture, nature, theme parks &  shopping malls; Singapore can truly offer something different to it’s visitors.
I have stayed here for a whole week,  which I think was enough to see marjory of attractions. Here are my favourite ones:

Marina Bay

Marina Bay Sands

This whole area includes the Marina Bay Sands, The Helix Bridge, Skypark, Waterfront Promenade, Gardens by the Bay  and much more.  I would recommend spending a whole day here, if possible. Check out beautiful views from the Skypark & chill by  Promenade, where they have food stalls, live music and a fountain show in the evenings.

Gardens By the Bay

Gardens by the bay

Technically these urban gardens are located in the Marina Bay, but I fell like they need a bullet point own their own. There are just so much to see!  To make the most out of the gardens, make sure to arrive before the sunset. This way you can see Flower Dome & Cloud Forest in the day light, and the lights of Supertree Grove at night.

Sentosa

Cable Car

Sentosa is an island packed with hotels, restaurants & entertainment to suit any taste. This place has even a beach! I went here twice,  and honestly it wasn’t even enough to see half of the activities that Sentosa has to offer!

Clarke Quay & Boat Quay

Singapore

The two quays are located on the opposite sides of the river, and both are filled with bars & restaurants. Be aware that the place is pretty touristy & it’s quite expensive to eat or drink. But of course it free to hang around and  sit by  river bank.

Chinatown

Singapore

Chinatown is perfect destination for bargain souvenir shopping, as well as tasty & cheap street food. This place is quite popular with both locals & tourist, and can get quite busy at night time.

Haji Lane

Singapore
Its a super funky place to go for food & drinks or to check out small shops & graffitti. As I stayed at Bugis junction , Haji Lane was just around the corner. But personally,  I don’t think Haji lane would be everybody’s ‘cup of tea’ and not really worth a visit if you are staying close by.

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