Top 4 Things to Do in Singapore

Whether you are travelling solo, with your better half, family or in a massive group, there are few recommended must-dos’. Here is a list of them.

Take a Stroll through Chinatown

An area contrasted in bold red and gold shades of colour, low rise buildings and jam-packed ding alleyways bursting with aromatic smells of traditional cuisine and culture, is a sharp contrast to the rest of the city. You will be mesmerised by the rich heritage and much of what is on display for visitors. If you are a food lover who wants to indulge and experience local delights, then this place is not to be missed.

 

Explore Orchard Road

This could be a delightful experience for all the crazy shopaholics. You will have over hundred different shops to discover and several large-scale shopping malls that are interconnected through underground passageways to wander through all day. You will find everything from high-end fashion brands to mid-range clothing shops and knock-out sales as you keep on walking. All you truly need is a pair of comfy shoes, some liquid to keep you hydrated and a wallet full of money! For the men who are not big fans of following the ladies around, watching them shop all day, why not treat yourself to a good haircut at the best barbershop orchard. After all, you deserve some pampering as well.

 

See the Super Trees at Gardens by the Bay

Visit the breath-taking 101 hectares’ garden set right in the heart of the city. With man-made trees that are as tall as 16-storey buildings, a multitude of mini landscapes and water-front views, it offers a great visual experience to visitors from all over the world. There are several other tourist attractions within the premises for those tourists who wish to tick things off their must-see lists.

Wind down at Clarke Quay and Riverside

After a long day of walking around, exploring, taking snaps, shopping and being tourists, make sure to treat yourself to a lovely evening with good food, drinks and music. The array of clubs, bars and cafes along The Riverside area will spoil you for choice and get you going for the night. It is also the best place if you want to dip your toe into the amazing nightlife. This is a definite must-visit place during your trip as it will give you the ultimate cosmopolitan experience.

 

Whilst these are just a few, hand-picked must-do’s that are recommended, Singapore has a wide range of tourist attractions and experiences to offer travellers from around the world.