Awesome Things to Do in Singapore
Go Green at Garden’s by the Bay
Being a city in a garden, Singapore has maintained a balance between nature and its massive modern infrastructures. Just behind the iconic Marina Bay Sands, this project that is worth over $1 billion is an enormous landscaped park, with different outdoor gardens and 2 conservatories. Visiting the outdoor gardens is free, you need to buy a ticket to visit the conservatories. Start your trip from Bay Front MRT Station and walk towards the entrance of the park. Follow the walking paths going around. Take your time and make sure to witness the glowing and dancing lights of the Super Trees at night.
Chill at a Rooftop Bar
Singapore has a very busy and vibrant night life. With several pubs, clubs and chic lounges, there’s no better place to have a sip of your favorite cocktail or house brewed beer than a rooftop bar. Level 33 craft-brewery is a perfect place for an ice cold beer and amazing views of the city. No door charge, the reception will walk you through and you can order your drinks from the waiters or the bar. If you’re on a party mood try the other roof top bars all located just nearby.
Be Adventurous in Sentosa Island
Sentosa is a favorite playground for Singapore residents and tourists alike. Visit Universal Studios Singapore and experience their incredible rides such as: The Mummy, Transformers and the recently reopened battle Star Galactica. For a perfect sunny day, you can check out the beautiful manmade Siloso beach, Palawan beach or Tanjong beach. If you are thirsting for more adventure, you can try the Megazip adventure or Sentosa’s skyline luge.
Cycle around Pulau Ibin
Many didn’t know that Singapore has many small reserved islands waiting to be explored. Pulau Ubin in the north east near Changi is a former quarrying site for granite . Some people say that this is how Singapore looked like some 50 years ago. Cruising around the island is best with a mountain bike. The trails are well marked and surrounded by trees, it’s one of the best in Singapore.
You can the Chek Jawa wetlands, among the last few places left with natural rocky shore. Park your bike and walk along the boardwalk up to the mangroves and viewing deck. This is a perfect spot for plane watching due to its close proximity to Changi airport.