If you have Singapore on your bucket list, you should check these top things to do in Singapore with the combination of best place in Singapore and Singapore must visit in 2018! If you only have 3 days, it’s possible to make your own itinerary with the combination of the best places to visit in Singapore in 3 days. Singapore is not only all the posh thing, you can find things to do in Singapore free as well.
- Giant Ferris Wheerl: Singapore Flyer
You should try this thrilling yet exciting giant Ferris wheel while in Singapore! Get inside the glassed capsule. From 165 meters above the ground you will see the historical landmarks such as Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, and Empress Place. Look towards the blue ocean and catch glimpses of Indonesia and the Straits of Johor, Malaysia.
2. The Garden Rhapsody at Gardens By The Bay
Gardens By The Bay is one of the most iconic place in Singapore. These huge artificial trees are successfully attract tourists. Gardens By The Bay is a modern park surrounded by real trees and flower. You may enjoy the Garden Rhapsody, a signature light and sound show in Gardens By The Bay.
3. Skypark Infinity Pool at Marina Sands
Skypark Infinity pool is architecturally stunning. This pool not only offers beutiful views of the Singapore skyline but also the quality of relaxing time. If you still have time, you can go to Marina Sands Observatory Deck as well.
4. Universal Studio Singapore
First thing to do in Universal Studio Singapore: take a selfie in front of the giant globe! That’s the proof that you have been there. That’s all. If you are into technology based theme park, maybe you will like all the game station in the Universal Studio Singapore. Just prepare extra money to enjoy the ride!
5. Where to eat: Maxwell Food Center!
Do you where’s the best place to eat while on travel? It the where the locals go to eat! In Singapore, Maxwell Food Center is one of the answers. You will find many locals go to this place to eat. The place is quite big and it serves many menus. You can find Halal Indonesian and Malaysian food as well. The price is pretty cheap compared to other places. If you stay in Chinatown area, Maxwell Food Center can be reach by approximately ten minutes walking distance. So, don’t worry about what to eat in Singapore. There are actually plenty of choices.
6. The Red Chinatown
Just like other Chinatown around the world, it’s obviously red. The red Chinese temple with special smell of the incense is the number one picture you will see. Singapore Chinatown is very clean. Even it has fogging schedule to kill the insects! You see long old oriental building and find coffee shops, tea house, bar, souvenirs, and food! You will find one long way full of food stalls. They sell good food with reasonable price. Chinatown is the main destination to buy souvenirs after Bugis street.