Anyone that is planning to go to Singapore at the end of the year? Or during the process but still have planned where to go in Singapore? No worries because Lifesara has collected 25 places to enjoy with your friends, company, or even solo adventure.
After this post, we believe that some of you will have some from the lists on hand to select! The places that we’re presenting included famous landmarks that you must go to in Singapore or new impressive places you should check out. Let’s get going~
For Singapore travelers who are looking for attractions and food spots, visit the links below for more information
Part I : Prepare before traveling to Singapore
– 11 Self-checklists before traveling to Singapore!
– Review 2 Singapore sim cards in detail and how to purchase from Klook
– 5 ways for SG Bike registration, riding a bike in Singapore
Part II : Eat/Travel many lifestyles spending in Singapore
– Bike routes in Singapore around Marina Bay for only 100 Baht!
– 16 Wonderful Parks in Singapore that you can come to by yourself
– Reveal 25 Michelin star restaurants in Singapore you should come for a bite
– 17 Attractions at Universal Studio Singapore in 6 hours!
– Review the Singapore trip for 3 days and 2 nights on your own
– 15 Souvenir Shops proving you’ve arrived in Singapore!
Fort Canning Park Tree
Marked the first top-hit attraction in Singapore, Fort Canning Park Tree, the magnificent heart-shaped tunnel or tree tunnel. Looking upward from the tunnel looks like it embraces the upper sky with tree branches. It’s beautiful as we’re staring at the artwork, so you ended up lining up to take a photo.
Getting these gorgeous views needs to queue up. Hence, coming here in the morning is a bit less crowded, but after 9 am there will be a lot of people lining up and some of them spend a lot of time on that We recommend going a bit early in the morning.
This tunnel is located next to the street and you will see people lining up once you enter the park. The easy way to get here is to take exit B at the Dhoby Ghaut station, then cross 2 streets and turn left as the street goes. The signpost will be right there and you will see a suspicious tunnel and that’s our destination
Location : 51 Canning Rise, Singapore 179872
It looks like the White House in the USA. Due to the wide space, the gallery will instruct you where to start and go to each spot step by step to prevent you from getting lost.
The prominent points of this gallery are about the history of Singapore, legends, dynasties, way of life, ancestors, and other works from many different countries including Thai. Also, the structure and design of the building, stairs, and decorations, are architectural. It’s another must-see place to go in Singapore.
Entrance fee: 20 SGD **Recommend purchasing via the participating application
Hours : Every day 10:00 – 19:00
Location : 1 St Andrew’s Rd, #01 – 01, Singapore 178957
Mount Faber Park
The next one is Mount Faber Park, a paradise park with top peaks in Singapore. There are many view spots to walk to or take a cable to enjoy the stunning view of Singapore and take a photo. A variety of areas make this place outstanding. You can immerse yourself by walking along the bridge and looking at various vegetation.
Location : Mount Faber Rd, Singapore
Here is the landmark spot that everybody will visit, because you can see the view of Marina Bay Sands, Garden by the bay, Singapore Syler, and many strange buildings all at once.
Coming during the day was decent, but at night it was even more charming. It’s an experience you should get once to see the whole city shining and glittering with lights.
P.S. There is a rental bike you can ride around Marina Bay to see beautiful views. If you’re interested, visit SG bike registration.
Marina Bay sands
Marina Bay Sands is an amazing landmark and a symbol to prove that you’ve reached Singapore. It’s a five stars hotel with triplet buildings designed topped with a gigantic ship. The buildings include a hotel, department store, photo and view spots, and more activities. The shopping area included brand-name stores and restaurants, take on an Italian-style boat, and a huge swimming pool on the top of the building. Significantly, there is a casino worth a billion inside as well.
Location : 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
Garden By the bay
One of the symbols of Singapore for those who love nature, a good environment, warm breeze, and appreciate vegetation. There is a greenhouse that you can go in and cross the sky bridge to see the view from above. Especially during the night when you will see all the colors from vegetation and lights combined, it’s so surreal.
Hours : 05:00 – 02:00
Location : 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Red dot Design museum
This place is full of creative artworks from designers and product designers displaying here. It’s a museum that will attract any designers to study the idea and concept of the works or feel inspired. The museum is located near the Chinatown exhibit in the new design building where you will notice and get a camera up right away.
Hours : 12:00 – 0:00 น.
Location : 11 Marina Blvd, Singapore 018940
Thian hock keng
Thian Hock Keng is an ancient temple in Singapore for interested content creators because its design and decoration are exquisite from floor tiles, stone pillars, wall patterns, and decoration in ancient Chinese style that the beauty of its stays up until now. No doubt those who come to Singapore should come to make merit here.
Hours : 07:00-17:00 น.
Location : 158 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068613
It’s the oldest museum in Singapore. The building is old, and elegant but fits in the modern time perfectly exhibiting the history of Singapore and the world since 1849 for tourists to understand.
The decoration shows the beauty of its original structure with various styles of music matching the story of each room. The time we visited had a Doraemon exhibition in the various forms of each country, very unique and worth going to.
Hours : Every day 10.00 – 19.00
Location : 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897
This is a must go place in Singapore, Universal Studio; there are many famous animations such as Minion, Transformers, Spaghetti, Jurassic Park, Madagascar, Shrek, photo spots, and extreme rides. We recommend you get an Express ticket so you won’t be waiting too long
The place is located on Sentosa Island, where you can take the MRT to Harbour Front and take the E exit on the 3rd floor of the Vivo City department store to connect the train to Sentosa. No need for a ticket to pass the gate if you’re going to Universal, you can tell the officer to get through the gate. The cable will take 4-5 mins to reach the destination.
Hours : Every day 10:00 – 19:00
Location : 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
For anyone who is coming to Singapore, Orchard Road is a famous shopping walking street where people gather around with joy. Along the street, you will see performances, snack shops, brand-name shops, buildings, various items, and a massive projector reflecting other buildings so fascinating. If you come at the end of the year, you will get a Christmas vibe where you want to continue staying surely for the countdown.
This area is a walking street full of souvenir stores and restaurants such as hot pots, bars, and Michelin stars restaurants, combining the feeling of traditional Chinese and modern together.
The remarkable point of this street is the fascinating graffiti on the walls. It’s also close to other attractions, so if you haven’t planned anywhere to stay, Chinatown might be a good opportunity for you. The prices are affordable for those who are on budget~
Rain Vortex Jewel at Changi Airport
Here is a significant landmark located at the Singapore airport. The tallest indoor waterfall 40 meters height surrounded by the greenery of trees and flowers, so elegant. It’s also a shopping center with various cafes, ice cream shops, and restaurants answering the shoppers.
Location : 78 Airport Blvd., Singapore 819666
Anyone who is in love with Street Art will definitely like this place. It’s located between Coleman and Stamford roads, where the modern-style buildings display the way of Armenians’ life through graffiti. There are many spots to chill out and take a photo, but it will be quite hot during the day. Singaporeans here are friendly, so they suggest a beautiful perfect spot to chill out and see the local flowers that they grow.
Location : Armenian str.
A racing field with an open-air grandstand in Singapore to watch Formula 1. The specialty of this place is they open a night tournament, so competitors and the audience can enjoy the competition and the view of Marina Bay at night where you can also see a huge theater on top of Dome Bay, triplet buildings, and Ferris wheel.
Anyone wants to get one of the gigantic Ferris wheels in Asia with 165 meters height looking down to Marina Bay. It will be a perfect spot for memorable moments and photos, especially at night. It takes 30 minutes to go for a round and the prices are 33 SGD for adults and 21 SGD for children between 3 – 12 years old.
Location : 30 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039803
A statue of a creature that has a fish body and lion head, Merlion, is a significant landmark and symbol of Singapore. It sprays the water in front of Fullerton Hotel up north of Marina Bay. It’s a must-see attraction to visit in Singapore, otherwise, you won’t reach the real Singapore.
Location : 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
This place opens an opportunity for people to have outdoor activities such as picnics, chill out with friends, play kites and take a photo. The area is wide and high enough that you can see the Marina Bay view touching warm light and breeze. On the other side will see the massive ocean and cargo ships on the dock, bike routes, and a rest area to chill out. No doubt that’s why many people are coming around.
Hours : 24 hours
Location : 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018951
For those who love nature, here is the biggest reservoir in Singapore with a rain-collected system to study nature. If you want to walk and appreciate nature, the reservoir, and the sky; the view is stunning. Keep walking straight where you will meet the entrance of the forest and 11 kilometers reservoir walk path.
We recommend you wear sneakers, and a casual dress, and don’t forget to bring a bottle of water since the path is quite far. However, if you don’t like walking, you can enjoy the area around you; there are monkeys, boats, and vegetation along the way. You don’t have to aim for the final destination, but if you reach that’s awesome.
Location : MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Singapore 298717
Tree Top Walk
If you want to walk across a suspension sky bridge, we recommend you to be here before 17:45, because they close quite early and you don’t want to walk here in vain without getting any shotsThis place is also located on the same way as MacRitchie, so you have to be careful following the map. Even though it looks completely forested and far away, the internet is still accessible but a little weak.
This bridge is surrounded by mountains full of birds and a beautiful sky. It’s a view that you should see once coming to Singapore. Nevertheless, the distance is very far from Chestnut Nature Park, about 6 kilometers (oneway!!), and it’s bike prohibited. We recommend if you consider you wouldn’t make it, you could better go to MacRitchie
Hours : Every day 9:00–17:30
Location : 601 Island Club Rd, Singapore 578775
Tan Teng Niah
This place is located in the Little India area, the small alley but is outstanding with its colorful walls, patterns, and matching balance of color on it. It’s another photo spot for getting an artistic post with a colorful background.
Location : 37 Kerbau Rd, Singapore 219168
If you pass by Bussorah Street, you will see a lot of Arabians and Muslims on the street. And yes, here is a business district for walking and shopping for a lot of things, such as incense, dried foods, and particularly famous for flowers to pray and fruits. Those who are interested can take the 147 bus to Tekka station, then you will see Muslim culture here.
Location : Bussorah Street
War Memorial Park
War Memorial Park is located in the middle of the city near Beach Road, a little bit further from the National Museum. It’s a place to remind the victims of the domination of Japan in World War II. The reason to come here is that the memorial area is full of trees and Singaporeans usually come to chill out and picnic during the day.
It’s a 9 meters deep underground bunker museum that was used as a secret headquarters and fortress of Singapore in World War II. It turns out to be a tunnel for the World War museum right now. If you don’t want to spend money, you can take photos at the front where there are many beautiful photo spots.
Battle Box Entrance Fee: Adult 18 SGD / Children 9 SGD. Easy way to commute is taking the Blue line MRT to Fort Canning or taking the 124 or 190 buses to Dhoby Ghaut
Location : 2 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179622
Ending up with the outstanding highlight night club of Singapore and foreigners shouldn’t overlook. With 1,500 people capacity and extreme, lights, sounds, music, DJs, lounge, and dancing spots. Anyone who loves to dance shouldn’t miss it. We spent 40 SGD and got one drink. Anyway, it doesn’t matter drinking a lot or less because we’re on fire