We split this week to talk about night tours in Singapore. The city-state is so rich, grand and with attractions for all tastes, it is virtually impossible to say everything in just one post. So, continuing the second part of Singapore’s tips, today we will talk about what are the main attractions, the gastronomy and its best restaurants, the nightlife and the best time to make this trip.
Must See Singapore Attractions
Gardens by the Bay Gardens by the Bay is Singapore’s best-known garden. There are 3 gardens facing the coast: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden, with a total of 18 vertical gardens that can reach up to 16 floors. There are also two conservative summits, OCBC Skywalk and Marina Barrage, to know, do not miss!
Little India: A perfect place for you to taste India. An ethnic district of Singapore, we can explore the various sensory factors with many colors, sounds, flavors and aromas. The site, which is along the Serangoon River, was built around a former settlement for Indian convicts. A tip for this tour is through Little India Heritage Walks.
Kampong Glam: Another interesting place to get to know another culture up close. From here we can enjoy the impressive Sultan Mosque, and explore the crowded streets of Turkish and Mediterranean restaurants. On weekends, there are several fairs, flea markets and art events around the neighborhood.
Siloso Beach: The Siloso Beach that is located on Sentosa Island is one of the best to enjoy, not as bustling and trendy as Tanjong Beach and not as quiet and crowded with families as Palawan Beach, Siloso is for those who enjoy fun during the day to enjoy the sun and the sea, and at night to enjoy the parties, lively bars and trendy restaurants that are on its waterfront.
Night Tours in Singapore
Superb with its diverse venues for all tastes and music styles, night tours in Singapore is definitely not to be missed, after all it is also considered a city that never sleeps.
Here are Some Options that we have for you to Enjoy the Night There:
Rooftops in Singapore:
- Ce La Vi;
- SuperTree by IndoChine;
- Lantern at Fullerton Bay Hotel;
- Kinki Rooftop Bar.
Secret Bars in Singapore
Every great city has its hidden corners that rely on word-of-mouth to be explored. And hardly any tourists know what these places are. So, we are here to unravel which are the exclusive Singapore Hidden Bars that offer great service and great drinks, check it out:
- Oxwell & Co;
- Operation Dagger;
- Junior “The Pocket Bar”;
- Maison Ikkoku.
- #TipTip: Because they are “secret” and limited places, they require advance reservations, which can be made through their website.
Other Must-See Attractions in Singapore
- Villa Haw Par;
- Singapore Botanic Gardens;
- Chinese and Japanese Gardens;
- Fort Canning;
- Safari in Rio;
- Pulau Ubin;
- St. John and Lazarus Island;
- Kampong Glam;
- Universal Studios Singapore;
- Adventure Cove Water Park;
- SEA Aquarium;
- Haji Lane;
- Jurong Bird Park;
- Kampong Glam Heritage Trail;
- Mt Faber Park and Southern Ridges;
- Villa How Par;
- Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve;
- Bukit Brown Cemetery;
- St. Joseph’s Church;
- The Five Boys by the River;
- Eye of the Trick Museum;
- Umbrella trees.
Activities in Singapore
- Take a kayak ride through a mangrove swamp;
- Explore the Singapore White House at Istana Open House;
- Dine aboard a boat while sailing the Singapore River;
- Join a secret dinner in a stranger’s dining room;
- Climb at Dairy Farm;
- Explore Singapore’s oldest neighborhoods before they disappear;
- Hike along the southern ridges;
- Visit some farms in Kranji Countryside;
- Visit the junkyard for trinkets;
- Relax at the Kampong Glam;
- Stroll through the Punggol Water Park;
- Walk the trail of the MacRitchie Reservoir;
- Enjoy the sun on the island of Lazarus;
- Take a Singapore River Cruise at Night;
- Walk the sands of Marina Bay;
- Go shopping on Haji Lane;
- Take a night safari.
Singapore’s cuisine is the result of the cultural fusion that the country has attracted. With many characteristic dishes from China, Malay, Thailand, India and even the Middle East and Sri Lanka, for example. An interesting fact is that Singaporeans do not have the habit of cooking at home, so it is very common to find fairs, stalls and restaurants all over the city.
When to go to Singapore
Singapore has a good climate all year round. Because it is on the edge of the Malay peninsula and close to the equator, the average temperature is 27 ° C during the year. Regarding the rains, they are well distributed, so there is no rainier season than the other. In addition, they are fleeting, with quick shocks.
For those who missed the first post about Singapore, just click here and stay on top of everything. Now you have everything you need to plan this trip.
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