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31 Things To Do in Singapore

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Singapore Discovery Center

Singapore Discovery Center can be an educational tourist spot for your child, especially if you want to find entertainment and study. The location of this tourist attraction is in Jurong West, not far from Jurong Bird Park, 510 Upper Jurong Road Singapore Discovery Center, Singapore.

The Singapore Discovery Center (SDC) entrance ticket prices vary depending on the game rides, ranging from S $ 10 for adults and S $ 6 for children only watching 2D movies. If you want to watch 2D + 3D movies you have to buy a ticket that costs S $ 15 for adults and S $ 10 for children. There is another paid shooting gallery S $ 6 per game.

Esplanade

The Esplanade, often referred to as the Theaters on the Bay building, is located at 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore, across from the Merlion Park. Esplanade is a tourist center for arts and performances in Singapore.

Inside the Esplanade, in addition to the theater and theater, there are also shops and open areas where free shows are held. On the outside of the building you can take pictures with the background of Marina Bay Sands and towering buildings.

Bugis Street

Bugis Street is a street in Singapore that is famous for shopping tourism. Unlike Orchard Road, which offers a luxurious shopping experience, Bugis Street offers a cheap shopping experience on street style. Usually Bugis Street is a place for tourists hunting for cheap souvenirs in Singapore.

It is very easy to reach Bugis Street, you only need to take the MRT and get off at Bugis station. The location of Bugis Street is only about 50 meters from Bugis station. Bugis Street is the biggest shopping street in Singapore.

Chinatown

Chinatown has become one of the tourist attractions in Singapore that is most favored by tourists because it is an interesting blend of culinary tourism, shopping, culture and history. If you want to shop here, don’t forget to bid the price first. If you want a culinary tour in Chinatown, keep in mind that most food and beverage sellers in Chinatown are open from late afternoon to midnight. It’s easy to reach Chinatown, you can just use the MRT and get off at Chinatown station.

Arab Street

rab Street is a place that is thick with middle eastern culture. Arab Street is the center of Muslims in Singapore, so you can find many Islamic shops in this area, for example various types of Islamic clothing and complete worship. In addition, you can also find colorful perfume, carpet, and luxury fabrics, including Indonesian batik.

Little India

Located opposite Chinatown, Little India is a place that sells various types of Indian handicrafts, various types of Indian specialties, gold, incense, massage oils, perfumes, fabrics to fortune-telling services. In a place that is suitable for hunting souvenirs typical of India there are smells typical of India, and usually is the smell of spices.

I myself don’t like this place because I am not comfortable with the smell of sweat of Indians, but even so, Little India is one of the tourist attractions in Singapore that is quite interesting to visit.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanical Gardens are lungs for Singapore. Having a variety of plants from various parts of the world, the Singapore Botanical Gardens are a great place to take a leisurely stroll for free.

With an area of ​​around 74 hectares, the Singapore Botanical Gardens are tourist attractions in Singapore that are perfect for lovers of plants and flowers. The Singapore Botanical Gardens are open from 5 am, so this place is widely used by Singaporeans to exercise in the morning.

Singapore Zoo

Children will be entertained by the large number of rare animals in this zoo. The location of the Singapore Zoo is in the Mandai Lake area, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore. The Singapore Zoo is a zoo of around 30 hectares. In this tourist place there are various kinds of animals that are kept, from animals that are easily found in Asia, Africa, to polar animals.

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park is a tourist spot in Singapore that is very famous in the world, because it is the largest bird park in the world. Jurong Bird Park has more than 8,000 birds from around 600 different species. These birds originate not only from Singapore, but from all over the world. If you are tired of walking around Jurong Bird Park, here is a bird watching facility using a monorail.

The ticket price for Jurong Bird Park is around , while the price of the monorail is around $ 15. The closest MRT station is Boon Lay station.

Singapore Night Safari

This tourist spot is located at 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore. How to reach this location, you can take the MRT to Ang Mo Kio Station (NS16), then take the SBS 138 bus. At this tourist spot tonight, you can take a tram and adventure in the wild life of a night safari park. Adventure that will take you from the Himalayan hills to the wild African Continent. this is an opportunity for you to get closer to wild animals like lions, tigers, tapirs, and others!

You will definitely get an unforgettable lifetime experience, following this 40-minute trip around the park and seeing more than 1000 animals in eight geographical areas. Adult admission tickets are S $ 32, Children are S $ 21 and open every day from 19.30 – 24.oo local time.

East Coast Park

As the name implies, East Coast Park Park is located on the east coast of Singapore, precisely at East Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore. You can visit this tourist attraction using the MRT to Bedok Station. You walk to Bedok Interchange then take the bus no. 196/197 and get off at Marine Parade Road.

You can visit tourist attractions in the form of open beaches for 24 hours and are free of charge, if you just relax and take a walk on the beach.

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