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Must do things in Singapore

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1Gardens By The Bay Tickets

Gardens by the Bay is a premier horticulture destination in Singapore, where nature and technology come together. Don't miss the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, indoor waterfalls, the Skyway and more. Book Gardens by the Bay tickets to enjoy unlimited access to all attractions here, including Floral Fantasy, or opt for combo tours.See Tickets
Singapore Cable Car Tickets

2Singapore Cable Car Tickets

Hop on board the Singapore Cable Car and spot famous attractions such as Mount Faber Park, Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa and more. With Singapore Cable Car tickets, enjoy dining experiences, choose from round-trip and single-trip sky passes, or opt for a combo tour.See Tickets
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Soaring above the city at 165 m above ground, the Singapore Flyer is one of Asia's largest observation wheels. Peruse our collection of Singapore Flyer tickets and opt for standard entry, dining experiences, flight simulation sessions, or combo offers.See Tickets
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Enjoy the night safari and get the chance to immerse yourself in wildlife and nature. Experience the beauty of the wilderness at night in the world's first nocturnal wildlife park.See Tickets

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Bucket-list things to do in Singapore

There are plenty of attractions and activities as quintessential Singapore bucket list experiences. Looking to unleash the kid in you? Head to Sentosa Island and its thrilling rides at Universal Studios Singapore or surround yourself with 100,000 marine animals at S.E.A Aquarium Singapore. Tour the mainland by experiencing Infinity’s edge at Marina Bay Sands Skypark, strolling by the Gardens by The Bay, exploring the wonders at Jewel Changi airport, getting a 360° view of the city at the Singapore Flyer, or even the unique Singapore’s Night Safari. Fancy yourself Singapore’s nocturnal side? Bar or club-hop in famous districts whilst enjoying unique cocktails or gorge out on a variety of food at night markets after a long Singapore River cruise.

Offbeat things to do in Singapore

If you’re looking to steer away from Singapore’s mainstream attractions, there are several offbeat sites in Singapore that deserve your attention. Those vying to see the best sunset Singapore can offer will love going to Raffles Marina Lighthouse or if you’re looking for a quaint nature trail, MacRitchie Nature Trail is your ticket to a serene getaway. Speaking of serenity, the Japanese Cemetery Park promises a walk into a memorial park brimming with heritage, making it perfect for a long peaceful walk.

Nightlife in Singapore

From clubs to night markets or even the world’s first nocturnal zoo, Singapore happens to be that destination that has much to offer at night as it does during the day. If you’re not someone who prefers a quiet night-in, then you’re in luck because Singapore never sleeps. With popular nightclubs such as Zouk and Cherry Discotheque blaring music till sunrise, it’s impossible to not be swept up in the city’s avid nightlife. Bring out your inner adventurer and opt for a tour of a Night Zoo or make the most of  strolling through the streets of Singapore and taking in the smell of freshly-prepared char kway teow and surveying local fares being offered by hawkers (that too, at dirt-cheap prices).

Local favorites in Singapore

Be it your local flea market or one of the oldest local food markets in Singapore like Lau Pa Sat market, there’s nothing more experiential than living like a local. Visit local markets, eat authentic multicultural street food that are a gustatory treat or just do some window shopping, the choice is yours. Veer away from the much used public transportation and grab a bicycle to explore Singapore in a new way. Not only there’s a park connector that allows you to bike through Singapore’s lush parks, you can cycle your way around to attractions and even take in the fair share of downtown Singapore’s wonderful street art and graffiti that add a unique vibrancy to the city.

Shopping in Singapore

It comes as no surprise that Singapore is one of the major shopping hubs in the world and is abundant in its offerings, be it luxury, or economical. A far cry from its origins as a home to seedy nightlife, Bugis Street is now home to a vibrant collection of shops, trendy cafés, lively bars, restaurants and more. The latest luxury shopping entrant in town and  part of one of the biggest attractions of the city, Marina Bay Sands, it is a place where you can find any and all luxury brands that you can name off the top of your head. Skyscrapers, a shopping mall, as well as a glorious rooftop pool, you’ve never experienced shopping like this!

Kid-Friendly experiences in Singapore

For those hyper kids, Kiztopia Singapore is essentially paradise. The indoor playground offers a variety of infotainment activities for the little ones complete with obstacle courses and VR experiences!Another indoor activity that’s oodles of fun for the whole family, Snow City Singapore offers an exciting and chilly time that is also a must-have experience. Or watch a well-loved character come to life with your Pororo Park Singapore tickets! There’s much to do in Singapore with kids!

Budget-friendly things to do in Singapore

Trying to navigate one of the most expensive destinations on a budget? Fret not, we’ve got you covered. Here’s some of the things to do in Singapore on a budget or free things to do in Singapore: Get your fill of the summer sun by lazing around on Sentosa Island’s three beaches or visit the Singapore Zoo, one of the best in Asia, with its vast enclosure and abundance of animals. Get a whacky dose of fun at Trick Eye Museum of Sentosa Singapore or dive deeper into culture at Singapore’s Chinatown or Little India, which serves as ethnic enclaves that boast a rich cultural heritage while also allowing you to be thrifty in terms of the money.

Romantic things to do in Singapore

Everyday can be Valentine's Day in Singapore if you pick the correct experiences. Dip your toes into some of the swoon-worthy experiences that are better experienced with your significant other. Walk along the streets of Orchard Road or enjoy a romantic dinner atop the Singapore Flyer. Couples can take a trek all the way to the top at the lush Mount Faber Park or, embark on a Singapore River Cruise, a  perfect opportunity to spend time with your paramour while being in the midst of glittering city lights all around you. Opt for all this and more if you’re looking to spoil your loved one.

Singapore for History Buffs

Thousands of ancient relics find a home here at the National Museum of Singapore, and looking through all the exhibits is quite a journey. Learn more about Chinese political heritage and more centrally, Dr Sun Yat Sen’s life journey as a pivotal leader of the Chinese Revolution at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall or learn more about the evolution of Asian Civilizations with your Asian Civilisations Museum tickets. Additionally, learn all you can about Singapore’s ancient ties to Indian civilization by taking a trip to the Indian Heritage Center. You can cozy up with your inner history buff at these museums in Singapore and more.

Street Food in Singapore

Singapore’s street food is, unsurprisingly, one of the top five priorities every tourist has when they’re planning their trip to the city. Flavorful, authentic, and memorable - Singaporean street food has a magic to it that is difficult to replicate. Consider it a must to head to:

Wee Nam Kee for their Hainanese Chicken Rice
Chin Mee Chin for their Kaya Toast
Casuarina Curry for their RotiPrata
Tried and tested through the ages, these places have been acclaimed by locals to be the best of the best.

Plan Your Visit to Singapore

City Essentials

Best Time to Visit

Know Before You Go

Travel Tips

Itineraries

Time Zone: GMT +8:00
Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD, SG$, S$)
Country Code: +65
Language: English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil
Socket: Plug Type G (230V/50hz)
Avg. Daily Cost: SG$164
Climate Overview: With the equator less than a hundred miles away, Singapore’s tropical climate is characterized by high humidity, high temperatures, and abundant rainfall. There is little change in these over the seasons, except when it comes to the strength and frequency of rains.
Average yearly temperature: 25 to 27°C or 77 to 81°F 
Here’s a detailed breakdown on what to expect through the year:
  • Singapore in Spring
    March, April and May are hot, and drier than most of the year. There is still notably more rainfall than visitors from temperate regions might expect, strong but brief and refreshing. March is also the time when the vibrant pink cherry blossoms come into bloom, while April offers the man-made delights of festivals. Do plan a shelter strategy, however, as there is a good chance you’ll bear witness to  chilling thunderstorms in the afternoon. 
  • Singapore in Summer
    June through August is high in heat and humidity, but this time there is less rain to offer respite. Those intending to sunbathe on the beach or stroll in the afternoon should reconsider, though when the sun is down the outside becomes bearable. Thankfully air-conditioning is extremely common in Singapore, with shopping, clubs, bars helping you beat the heat. The evenings are cool both in temperature and experience, with plenty of night-time attractions to suit your fancy. 
  • Singapore in Autumn
    September through November brings with it the start of the wet season. Hot, rainy, and full of thunderstorms, tourists tend to avoid this part of the year. However, there are still plenty of events and festivals that make it worthwhile, not to mention the better deals you’ll get on bookings. 
  • Singapore in Winter
    Both the wettest and coolest part of the year, December through February brings with it a myriad of cross-cultural events. The Neon Lights festival and Chinese New-Year transform the city, and tourists from the northern parts of the planet can witness Christmas and New Years in a refreshingly different way.
Singapore offers something for everyone at all times of the year, though depending on your preference, there are some highlight times to visit.
  • For Sightseers: The tourist crowd usually dies down after February, leaving late March and all of April the perfect time to have a smooth experience. Open schools and few public holidays further reduce the usual crowd. You’re less likely to be interrupted by rain than at the end of the year, and there’s no lack of festivals and natural beauty either. 
  • For Festival-Goers: If you prefer (or don’t mind) the crowd and hustle and bustle, November and December are the most jam-packed with events and people, and a great way to end your year. Chinese New Year is a big event around January and February. June through August is an excellent time for retail therapy at the shopping festivals of Singapore, and mid-autumn festivals like Deepavali are common in October.
  • For Travelers: Backpackers, people trying to make their own way, and those who just want to make a pit-stop at Singapore can find the best deals on flights and hotels during August and September, with it having the least folk flying in.
Wi-Fi and SIM Card
While in Singapore you may want or need to continue making calls or texts using your phone, in which case it is a good idea to purchase a compatible prepaid SIM card. There are a variety of Wifi and Sim Card options in Singapore, providing local and international call options, SMSes, and mobile data. 
Things to consider:
  • Most plans cover a 5 to 30-day timeframe. 
  • For heavier data needs, or if you don’t need the full calling and SMS suite, you can rent a Pocket Wi-Fi device that gives you internet access anywhere on the island, though as per usual, connectivity may vary based on location and weather. 
  • If you just need Wi-Fi occasionally, the Wireless@SGx App gives mobile devices access to the free public Wi-Fi network of the same name. 
  • Hotspots are found at most large tourist destinations, and the app can even show you where they are available.
Daily Budget
  • Average: The average daily expenditure for visitors to Singapore is about SG$164 (US$ 117).
  • Budget: Cost-conscious folk can still have a great trip with some effort at around SG$60 (US$42).
  • Luxury: If you want to go all-out and experience the best Singapore has to offer, SG$414 (US$305) will cover it for the most part.
Visa
Singapore has a 90-day visa-on-arrival for most countries, but if you’re a citizen of Russia, Myanmar, Armenia, or India (and several other countries) you will need to obtain a visa before arriving. 
Airlines will typically remind you that outside of the standard banned items, CDs and DVDs, certain religious materials and pornographic items are prohibited to be brought into the country. Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs website is the place to check for more information for customs regulations.
Public Transportation in Singapore
Public transport is an excellent way to cover the city. Singapore’s subway system, the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) is fast and timely. Buses (Light Rapid Transit or LRT) are also a cheap option for shorter trips. Either method is quite clean and very safe. 
Things to consider:
  • The hour-long trip from the airport to downtown Singapore costs only around SG$1.50 (US$1.25), which is a far more cost-effective option than the airport shuttle (tickets cost SG$9).
  • Public transport is well-developed and serves most areas; combining this with short walks will get you almost anywhere!
  •  Frequent travelers should grab a credit-card-sized electronic EZ-Link card at any MRT station. 
  • An EZ-Link card costs S$12 with a S$7 worth of credit included, can be reloaded at any station, and works with both the MRT and LRT. 
  • Maps showing the surrounding area are printed on the walls in MRT stations as well, so you’ll have no trouble locating where you are or deciding where you need to go. 
  • The MRT runs daily from 5:30am to midnight; buses operate between 6am and midnight. There are also quite a few handy (and free!) transportation apps to help you navigate Singapore.
Things to know:
  • Mind the weather: Singapore is hot and humid year-round, pack the appropriate clothing, and take advantage of the cooler evenings, mornings, and air-conditioned interiors. Sunscreen, mosquito spray and an umbrella are also always useful.
  • City tours may be suspended: The free city tours for Singapore have been suspended since the pandemic. You can check out some of the current available tours in Singapore and pick one that suits your needs.
  • Water is free: Tap water is fresh and drinkable in Singapore, so you needn’t purchase bottled water. Just fill up and carry around a refillable container.
Budgeting tips to know:
  • Public transport is great: The MRT (subway) fare starts at S$1, is fast, clean, and on-time.
  • Happy Hour is your friend: Alcohol is quite expensive in Singapore, so either avoid it or try sticking to Happy Hour at bars. 
  • Plan around holidays: Costs for transport (among other things) skyrocket on National Holidays, especially Chinese New Year.
  • Eat like a local: Hawkers around the city offer cheap and tasty food, and all have government-issued placards indicating hygiene quality for safety.
  • Smoking burns a hole in your wallet: Like alcohol, cigarettes are very expensive, but unlike alcohol, there is little you can do to save costs other than avoid it altogether.
These are some of the few Singapore travel tips that you might find helpful as a newcomer and to polish your experience.
Local festivals to know
A veritable melting-pot of culture, Singapore has many festivities to make your stay a memorable one. Here are some that you absolutely cannot miss while you’re there:
  • Vesak Day: Held during the month of May, Vesak Day is a festival that marks Buddha’s enlightenment, birth and death. Buddhists in South and Southeast Asia commemorate this day that falls on the full moon in May by performing various acts of charity and putting up floral decorations along with brightly-lit lanterns.
  • Hari Raya Puasa: Held after the month of Ramadan, Hari Raya Puasa is the day of celebration and breaking the fast for Muslims all over Singapore. People participate in feasting on traditional foods and social gatherings, along with offering prayers. Tourists can observe these festivities by sampling some of these delectable foods in locations like Geylang Serai Bazaar. 
  • Deepavali: An Indian festival that takes place around the months of October and November, Deepavali is truly a sight to behold in Singapore. With the streets decked up in brightly-lit decorations (especially Little India - don’t miss out on that!), the city looks even more welcoming than usual. Visit the temples around Little India or sample some of the snacks being offered by the many street vendors there!
From fine gardens to architectural wonders, adventure parks, night markets and more, there’s much to see in Singapore. If you’re looking for a hassle free experience to make the most of your visit to the Lion City based on the duration of  visit, fret not, we’ve got your covered. 
  • 1 day Itinerary
    In Singapore for 24 hours? A 1-day Singapore itinerary is just what you need. See iconic sights in Singapore like the Merlion and enjoy Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands Skypark first thing in the AM. Spend your noon at the Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge or enjoy one of Singapore’s many museums. End your visit with a relaxing Singapore River Cruise and dine out at Chinatown or Little India.
  • 3-5 days Itinerary
    If you have an optimal amount of time in hand, we recommend spending your first day hitting up in-city spots like Singapore Flyer, Botanical Gardens, and even museums in Singapore. Enjoy your second day with zoos and aquariums in Singapore including Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, and even the Night Safari. Allocate your third and fourth day with a day at Sentosa Island and day trip from Singapore respectively. Finally conclude your time in Singapore with the iconic Gardens by the Bay, Merlion, Marina Bay Sands Skypark, and a Singapore River Cruise

Singapore FAQs

What is Singapore known for?

Apart from its dominating skyscrapers and modern architectural wonders, Singapore is popularly known for being perhaps the most lucrative economic giant in Asia and is  also a World Heritage Site. A melting pot of cultures- art, history, nature, all converge here giving birth to a unique tourist experience, offering plenty to explore. The Garden City is famous for its lush greenery, abundance of flora and fauna as seen in its islands, Gardens by the Bay, National Orchid Garden and more, observation decks like Marina Bay, Singapore Flyer and more and its cruising, culinary and nightlife experiences. Singapore is a must visit if you’re looking to catch a glimpse of southern and eastern Asia in one spot.
A comprehensive Singapore travel guide will allow you to make the most of your visit. 

What are the top 10 things to do in Singapore?

If you’re looking for top things to do in Singapore, you should go ahead and secure yourself tickets to these experiences:
  1. All things thrill and adventure with your Universal Studios Singapore tickets 
  2. Observe the far reaching views of the city with your Singapore Flyer tickets
  3. Experience one of the lush gardens in Singapore with your National Orchid Garden tickets
  4. Set your sights on the premier horticulture spots with your Gardens by the Bay tickets
  5. Experience a one of a kind night zoo phenomena with your Night Safari Singapore tickets
  6. Surround yourself with over 100,000 aquatic animals with your S.E.A Aquarium Singapore tickets
  7. Explore Singapore Zoo, Night Safari Singapore, River Wonders, and Jurong Bird Park, and more at Mandai Wildlife Reserve
  8. Enjoy a 360-degree view of Singapore perched 200 meters above ground with your Marina Bay Sands Skypark tickets
  9. Enjoy the city from a vantage point with an exclusive view of landmarks with cruises in Singapore
  10. Tour the city on foot and explore a plethora of parks, memorials, temples and more and be sure to check out the variety of museums in Singapore, if you fancy yourself to be a history or an art buff. 

What are some free things to do in Singapore?

Thankfully, there are many free things to do in Singapore. Free activities in Singapore include: visiting the beaches of Sentosa Island, walking along Gardens by the Bay, taking in the beauty of MacRitchie Reservoir, Chek Jawa, Botanic Gardens and so much more.

When is the best time to visit Singapore?

Though a year-round destination, you can plan your trip according to your needs. If you’re looking for the best time to visit Singapore, the spring months of February to April offer an unparalleled scenic beauty  with sakura blossoms. These are the best months to visit if you’re not looking to attend a specific festival, offering the best balance between cost, weather, crowd, and abundance of events. Fall and winter months of October to January are also great months to visit if you’re looking to enjoy the festive ambience and don’t mind the crowd. 
We recommend avoiding summer months owing to high levels of humidity.

How many days are needed to visit Singapore? 

Ideally, to give yourself time to take in the wonders that the city has to offer you without rushing from one location to the other, you might want to spend at least five days here. However, if you’re in a rush and want to systematically see a set number of attractions we recommend getting Singapore city passes that suit your needs for a hassle-free experience. With respect to the duration of your stay you can check out several trip planner Singapore itineraries that offer a detailed memo based on however long you’re staying (1,3, or 5 days)

What are the best things to do in Singapore with kids?

There’s an abundance of things to do in Singapore with kids. Book these tickets and explore thrilling and entertaining attractions:

What are some things to do alone in Singapore?

Solo travelers will be spoiled for choice in Singapore, with several activities, attractions and experiences to choose from. Should you find yourself wandering the Garden city alone, here are some of the things you can do to capitalize on your visit: 
  • Sip and dine at some of the lavish restaurants in prominent districts of Singapore (not to miss: crafted cocktails)
  • Enjoy the sunrise or sunset from prominent landmarks such as the Marina Bay Sands Skypark or at a prominent dock. 
  • Find yourself on an adventure within Jewel Changi Airport
  • Adrenaline junkie? There’s plenty of things to do in Sentosa Island Singapore
  • Walk through the artistic lanes and lush parks (on ground and up above) before heading over to one of the many memorials, temples or  museums in the city.
  • Gorge out on culinary delicacies from across Asia at the one-stop-spot of Singapore aka the night markets
  • Retail therapy in the city known for its shopping offerings.

Where can I go shopping in Singapore?

If you’re in Singapore, one of the world’s largest shopping hubs and are looking to indulge in some much needed retail therapy, head on over to these areas:
  • Bugis Street
  • The Shoppes Marina Bay Sands
  • Tekka Place
  • GR.ID

How do I go around Singapore?

The public transport subway (MRT) and buses (LRT) are the easiest and cheapest ways to get around the city. An EZ-Link card works for both options, and can be recharged at any station.

Where should I stay in Singapore?

Orchard Road is widely considered to be the perfect place to stay, especially for tourists. The proximity to major shopping destinations certainly helps its case in being the best area to stay in Singapore if you’re looking to travel to prominent landmarks with ease.

What food is famous in Singapore?

When you’re a tourist in Singapore, street food is an absolute must-try. Don’t pass up on some Singaporean favorites like laksa, hokkien prawn mee, chili crab, and - if your tastebuds can handle it - durian.

Which are the best tours in Singapore?

To get around in Singapore City and depending on your preference, you can choose between the following tours: 

Is Singapore safe to visit?

Dubbed one of the safest cities to visit in Asia, Singapore is safe for tourists, even at night. However, like for all places, you should be cautious of your personal belongings and valuables.

Is Singapore expensive?

Singapore is thought of as expensive to visit, and while many of its attractions are pricey, there are plenty of cheap tours, food vendors, and transport options to make the trip worthwhile. You can also enjoy the best Singapore deals, offers, and discounts throughout the year on Headout allowing you to save big on money. 

What should one avoid in Singapore?

Singapore has some pretty strict laws with regards to public behavior that tourists should be especially mindful of. Littering, chewing gum, smoking in non-designated areas and not flushing public toilets can all get you fined heavily.

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