Singapore is an amazing city full of a lot of treasures for you to explore and a lot of them are free or a minimal cost. Also, Singapore is a city full of phenomenal food! Here are my top 5 things to see and eat in Singapore!
Gardens by the Bay, Cloud Forest, and the Flower Dome
The Gardens by the Bay is Singapore’s number one attraction. The meticulously kept attraction features a fantasy of flowers and plants. You may have seen the 419-foot aerial walkway in photos of Singapore. The Flower Dome is the largest indoor greenhouse in the world. This attraction is sure to delight you and your family.
Hawker centers were created to eliminate the crowding of street carts and they are by far the best place to get local delicacies. The Chinatown Complex Hawker is loaded with over 260 stalls featuring chicken rice, satay, and carrot cake. The prices won’t drain your bank, either. The prices range from S$2.00 to S$3.00 per plate.
This eclectic shopping center is full of movie theatres, art galleries, and even has a whiskey museum. Please note that this area is may not be the least expensive place to purchase souvenirs. You may find better deals in Chinatown or Little India.
This is the world’s largest observation wheel. Even taller than the London Eye! If you are not wanting to spend the $25, the late, great Anthony Bourdain suggests that there is a better view in the Marina Bay district at the Sky Park.
Let’s say it is raining (which is not uncommon in this tropical climate) This would be a great time to visit a museum. There is the fantastic Asian Civilizations Museum and the National Museum to enjoy.