Singapore is a tiny little island bursting with potential. Do not underestimate the size of Singapore, because trust us when we say that there is a ton of crazy and fun things to do here. From bar hopping around the island to indulging in fun sports – there is something for everyone at every corner.
Here are 10 Fun Things You Can Do in Singapore.
#1 BAR HOPPING
Singapore is packed with some of Asia and the world’s best bars. 28 Hongkong Street, Manhattan Bar, Jigger & Pony and Operation Dagger. Pick a night to try the signature cocktails at every one of these bars.
#2 BARGAIN SHOPPING
There are a ton of places to bargain shop in Singapore. A favourite place of many is Bugis Street. You can also bargain hunt in Chinatown or Little India.
#3 CYCLING AT PUNGGOL WATERWAY
The entire stretch of Punggol Waterway is as stunning as it is tranquil – making it the perfect place to head for an evening jog or a cycle.
#4 DISCOVER THE ARTS
Besides the National Museum of Singapore, you can also visit the massive National Gallery, the Singapore Art Museum and a ton of other smaller museums in Singapore. You can also head down to the Esplanade for free concerts on the weekends.
#5 FUN AT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS SINGAPORE
Universal Studios Singapore is THE theme park to visit in Singapore. It is filled with thrilling rides such as the world’s only duelling roller coaster!
Hiking can be a fun sport here in Singapore. If you are lucky, you might be able to spot some really cool flowers, animals and insects along the way. One of our favourite place to trek is Mount Faber, through the Southern Ridges.
#7 INDULGE IN HAWKER FOOD
This is pretty much Singapore’s very own unique identity. Try some Hainanese Chicken Rice, Barbecue Stingray, Fried Carrot Cake, Hokkien Mee and so much more!
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#8 TRY OUT AN ESCAPE ROOM
Escape rooms have been all the rage for the past year or so. Gather a few friends and hop into a room to solve puzzles and have a ton of fun!
#9 TRY OUT FUN SPORTS
Besides the fun luge in Sentosa, you can also visit AMPED, a trampoline park in Singapore where you can have a blast bouncing.
#10 VISIT CULTURAL LANDMARKS
Haw Par Villa, Fort Canning Park, the temples in Chinatown and Little India, Kampong Glam – all these places are a representation of Singapore’s multicultural society. You can visit these places to learn mor about our heritage.