You Must Visit These Places in Singapore

  1.  Sparkling Little India

Singapore has 7.35% of Indian population and they live in harmony with other races as well. India has really strong faith and culture. This makes Singapore even more interesting. Little India is the unique picture of Indian Society in Singapore. You may find colorful temple and many delicious Indian foods as well. If you like all the shining decoration, you should go and check it in Little India. The best time to come is when they have deepavali and the color festival.

  1. 50th Storey Skybridge Pinnacle @ Duxton

Pinnacle @ Duxton is a residence tower that has skybridge on its 50th level. This 50th Strokey Skybridge is open for public. If you want to enjoy Singapore from top, this could be your option. This place is suitable for kids as well since it has mini playground. Not many tourists know this place, so this can be a good option to sit down and enjoy the sunset from top.

  1. Canopy Walk in Kent Ridge Park

Perfect combination of natural vegetation and a high biodiversity of wildlife, Kent Ridge Park is also a favorite of nature lovers. On the eastern side of the park to lies a natural pond teeming with turtles and fish. You might take a walk along the Canopy Walk, an elevated boardwalk measuring 280 metres long linking Hort Park to Kent Ridge Park. If you are lucky you may be able to catch sight of sunbirds, doves, squirrels, lizards, and white-crested laughing thrush. It is possible to jog on the tracks. Just additional information, Kent Ridge was fought for Singapore during World War II, this historical park is dedicated to him.


  1. Singapore for Free

Singapore is one of the most expensive countries in Southeast Asia. However, there are plenty of free things to see and do to ease the pressure on your wallet. Some of them are Singapore Botanical Garden, Fort Canning, Buddha’s Tooth Temple, hike the Mount Faber, visit the National University of Singapore (because why not), Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, take a photo shoot at Haji Lane, visit the biggest mosque: Sultan Mosque, take a selfie with Merlion, take a stroll in Chinatown, and maybe treat yourself an ice cream in Orchard Rd.