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20 Free Things To Do In Singapore
1. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum is a Chinese cultural complex which holds the Sacred Buddha Tooth in a magnificent Relic Stupa composed of gold donated by devotees. Relics, as well as many rare Buddhist artefacts on exhibition in its Museum. The location is in Chinatown.
2. Sultan Mosque
The mosque was built in 1824 for Sultan Hussein Shah, the first sultan of Singapore. Sultan Mosque or Masjid Sultan, as it is also known, is a prominent mosque in Singapore and one of the country’s most impressive religious buildings.
3. Marina Bay
Marvel at the collection of architectural icons that dot the impressive skyline, or brag about having seen some of the best views in the world.
4. Gardens By The Bay
Located by the Marina Bay Waterfront in the heart of Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a sanctuary for nature lovers and budding horticulturalists alike.
5. Singapore Botanic Garden
The Singapore's Botanic Gardens is opened from 5 a.m. to 12 midnight daily. There is no admission fee, except for the National Orchid Garden.The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 160-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of Singapore's Orchard Road shopping district. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
6. The Merlion Statue
Business District. The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion's head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore.
7. Orchard Road
Singapore's premier shopping paradise is a 2.2km long - major road in the central area of Singapore . From luxury retail to world-class international cuisines, Singapore’s most famous shopping precinct is home to a wealth of experiences.
Orchard Road, Singapore
8. East Coast Park
The East Coast Park was opened in the 1970's. It is a beach park encompassing the planning areas of Marine Parade, Bedok and Tampines, along the southeastern coast of Singapore.
9. Sisters Island Marine Park
The Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, which spans about 40 hectares around Sisters' Islands and along the western reefs of both St John's Island and Pulau Tekukor, will be a platform for outreach, educational, conservation and research activities related to our native marine biodiversity.
10. Singapore Symphony Orchestra
The main performing venue for the orchestra is the Esplanade Concert Hall, but concerts are also regularly held at the Victoria Concert Hall. It gives occasional free performances at venues such as the Botanic Gardens and Gardens by the Bay.
11. Tanjong Beach
Tanjong Beach is an ideal place for those who wish to go to the seaside to unwind, swim, read or have a picnic. The wide expanse of pristine white sand allows for families with young children to enjoy a range of beach activities such as building sand castles, playing frisbees, etc.
12. Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail
The Bukit Timah Mountain Bike trail is 7km mountain biking trail is an intermediate/advanced technical trail with Blue, Black and Double Black lines.The Bukit Timah Mountain Biking Trail is the oldest mountain biking trail in Singapore and located at the peripheral of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and snakes around old granite quarries and secondary forest.
13. Fort Canning Park Hill
Fort Canning Park features nine historical gardens - the Pancur Larangan, Artisan’s Garden, Sang Nila Utama Garden, Jubilee Park (Phase 1), Raffles Garden, First Botanic Garden, Farquhar Garden, Spice Garden and Armenian Street Park.
The Merlion, Singapore
Little India, Singapore
14. Free Market
At the Singapore Really Really Free Market, every single item is up for grabs. That means you can safely leave your wallets at home and extinguish any tiny bit of insecurity dancing around in your heart. There’s a real kampung spirit here, with the spirit of giving evidently in the air.
15. Changi Point Boardwalk
The Changi Boardwalk , also known as Changi Point Coastal Walk, is a 2.2 km boardwalk at Changi Point, Singapore.
16. MacRitchie Treetop Walk
MacRitchie is located in the central area of Singapore, just off Thomson Road, and is super popular among nature lovers. The TreeTop walk is a 250 meter suspended pathway between the 2 highest points in MacRitchie, Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalan. At the TreeTop Walk’s highest point, you’ll be 25 meters above the ground – that’s up to 7 storeys high!
17. Southern Ridges
The Southern Ridges is made up of Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve.
Singapore has so many hiking trails both for leisure or more adventurous hike. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Fort Canning Park, The Southern Ridges, and Bukit Batok Nature Park has some of the popular hiking trails.
19. Picnic at Chek Jawa
One of Singapore's richest ecosystems, Chek Jawa Wetlands is a unique natural area where six major habitats meet and mix.
20. Singapore Festivals
Whatever the occasions, Singapore has so much things going on. Whether it’s the festive celebration of Christmas, Chinese New Year or the roar of Formula One cars, there’s always a party going on somewhere on the island. Check it out.
Garden By The Bay
Sri Mariamman Temple
Sri Mariamman Temple
LittleMonkeyMe at Singapore Zoo
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