Six must-visit places in Singapore

Singapore will soothe your eyes with its well-decoration. A clean country with tall highrises, fast transportation, and a mix of culture and delicacies will entertain you throughout. Fast transportation will make transportation quick and easy.

Clarke Quay

What was once a busy port is now a hub for cafes, clubs, and restaurants. Clarke Quay is a riverside. Named after the then governor of Singapore, Andrew Clarke, it is a place where you can find the best nightclubs in the city. If you are a party animal then this place should be on your list.

You must not miss out on some nightclubs such as Canvas, Crazy elephant, Attica, and The Pump Room Zouk. For a thrilling experience Visit the Reverse Bungee at G-Max. This will toss you up and down like a ping pong ball. Adrenaline rush just by reading? Just go and check it out in person.

Raffles Hotel Singapore

The hotel is a 5-star hotel located in the heart of the town. You can access any location from this place. Experience the grandeur and heritage of this place. The food tastes heavenly. You can spend your morning in the swimming pool and have poolside breakfast. It will cost you around 65,000 INR to 80,000 INR.

Singapore Flyer

The largest observation wheel in Asia, the Singapore Flyer, is located in Marina Bay. You will get a panoramic view of the city from the height of 165. It is open from 3 pm to 10 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The best time is to go in the evening and see the sunset. You can also have your dinner here. There is an XD theater where you can see 6D movies. A day at the flyer can cost you 3500 INR.


Chinese immigrants formed Chinatown, and it is a blend of modern and old. The narrow road will lead you to the medicine hall, temple, souvenir shops, indie boutiques, and many more. Rumour has it that you’ll get the best Asian food here. You’ll be thrilled and awestruck after seeing the rooftop dragon of the Thian Hock Keng Temple dedicated to the goddess of the sea. Hindu Sri Mariamman Temple has colorful cows, and Hindu goddesses depicted on them that add up to your peace.

Sentosa Island

A must-visit destination. It is a place for entertainment, fun, and food. A 12-minute cable car ride from Vivo city will bring you to Singapore CBD, where it is located. Visiting hours are from Monday to Sunday, 9 am to 10 pm. The special attractions here are the Tiger Sky tower which has a 360-degree view that extends up to Indonesia, see colorful butterflies at Singapore Butterfly, and then the SEA Aquarium, which has more than 100,000marine animals. After the fun-filled tiring day goes and get some refreshments at the beach and enjoy the sunset.

Night Safari Singapore

If you love nature and the wilderness, you must go for a night safari in Singapore. It is located in Madai; it is regarded as the world’s first nocturnal zoo. The Madai wild reserve, Jurong Bird Park, river wonders, and Singapore zoo. At night, the animals come out for their nightly rituals, and you can witness them standing just from a distance. The night safari tickets will cost you around 2900 INR.

Be its man-made wonders, nature, or food, Singapore is one of the best and cheap travel destinations that will surely make you happy at the end of the trip. If your Singapore tour is a short one, then these places mentioned must be included in the Singapore tour package. Be it with your partners, family or just a fun trip with your friends. Singapore has something for everyone. Taste the modernization of the places along with a touch of age-old values. Experience different cultural places and eat the plethora of different cuisines that the country offers. If life is a series of memories, then be sure to make good ones.

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  1. Great list! I plan on visiting Singapore for a long time already and your list matches mine, suggested by the locals. I absolutely want to visit Sentosa Island the most.

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