Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore

Unique Things to Do for Tourists and Travellers

There are countless things to do in Singapore that even locals are still kept amazed at the wonders this country has to offer. Singapore may appear insignificantly tiny on the world map but don't be fooled by its size - this mini is sure to pack a punch! Here are the top 10 things not to be missed:

Singapore Flyer

Discover the breath-taking sights of Singapore as you sit 165 meters on board the towering Singapore Flyer. From up above, you'll get to enjoy the view of Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort, The Singapore River, Sentosa Island and Esplanade, Theatre on the Bay. Be part of this iconic attraction and embark on the ride of a lifetime! read more »

Take a 2-3 Hours City Tour on a Segway

Take a 2-3 hours Singapore city tour by day or night on a Mini Segway. The tour is conducted by O-Ride Singapore Mini Segway Tours and leads by a professional trainer. 

Cruising Down Singapore River

The most enjoyable things to do in Singapore for families is to hop on a bumboat and take a leisurely Cruise along Singapore River as you admire the spectacular view of Old Colonial Buildings, old shophouses along the river bank and the contrast of Singapore's modern skyscraper skyline. As you listen to the on-board commentaries, try picturing the chaotic scene of early settlers making a living on this same river, which is now so peacefully serene. read more »


Singapore River Cruise

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Chilli Crab

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Where to Eat Chilli Crabs

Singaporean food is never complete without mentioning the tantalizing abundance of seafood dishes. For foodie, one of the things to do in Singapore is to sampling the uniquely Singaporean Chilli Crab. This dish is skillfully prepared, fried, and then smothered in thick, tangy, sweet and savory gravy. If you haven't had a taste of Chilli Crab, trying it is something that you must not miss out in your itinerary on your visit to Singapore. read more »

Visit National Museum of Singapore or Asian Civilisations Museum

For history buffs, one of the things to do in Singapore is to visit the National Museum of Singapore or the Asian Civilisations Museum to understand the cultural and historical background of Singapore. Though small, this country has a rich heritage that is well depicted in these two museums, showcasing its journey from struggles to victories.

Asian Civilisations Museum

National Museum of Singapore

Hawker Food for Local Fare

One thing Singapore is famous for is its exciting culinary fare found at hawker centers splattered everywhere. The wide array of Hawker Food is an excuse good enough for you to turn to gluttony. Don't forget to try out the Singaporean favorites such as Laksa, Chicken Rice, Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee, Rojak, and Minced Pork Noodles. The list never ends, but you'll never know until you try them out for yourself! read more »

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Hawker Food Photos

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Highly Recommended Malay Food

Wet Market

One of the unique things to do in Singapore is visiting a wet market. Wet markets are found in almost every heartland in Singapore. Unlike a typical supermarket known to all of us, a wet market adopts an open-space concept, without air-conditioning, and is basically - wet. The one reason why Singaporeans are willing to sacrifice the luxury of doing their grocery shopping in a supermarket is the freshness of the produce sold in the wet markets. read more »

Swing To the Singapore Sling

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Singapore Sling Video

The Singapore Sling though made popular as a cocktail drink throughout the world, was in fact created and concocted in Singapore. This alcoholic beverage has been around for decades - long enough for its original recipe to have been lost, making it a drink that is full of mystery. Try out the mysterious blend of flavors, and who knows, you might just be able to unlock the secret behind this cocktail. read more »

Explore Cultural Singapore

Singapore has always had a rich cultural scene built around the four different races - Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian. An educational visit is never complete without visiting their places of worship. Chinese Temples, Indian Temples and Malay Mosques can easily be found in the respective tourist attractions of Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam.

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Indian Temple Photos

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Sultan Mosque and Arab Street Photos

Tropical Fruits and Juices

A variety of Tropical Fruits and juices such as Banana, Papaya, Mango, Starfruit and Durian are found in most parts of Singapore. Although some are seasonal, only available at certain times of the years, you'll find fruit stalls selling other tropical fruits if not equally, definitely more deliciously exotic! Singapore is one country with an amazingly fresh and juicy assortment of fruits available all year round and all worth trying - whether it's freshly sliced or freshly juiced.

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Most Visited Singapore Attractions

  1. Universal Studios Singapore
  2. Gardens by the Bay
  3. Sentosa Island
  4. Singapore Flyer
  5. Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort

Popular Attractions

  1. Orchard Road
  2. Singapore Night Attractions
  3. Clake Quay
  4. Boat Quay
  5. Esplanade Singapore

Wildlife, Gardens & Parks

  1. Singapore Zoo
  2. Night Safari
  3. River Safari
  4. Jurong Bird Park
  5. Gardens by the Bay
  6. Singapore Botanic Gardens
  7. National Orchid Garden
  8. Mount Faber Park

Family-friendly Attractions

  1. Sentosa Beach
  2. Mint Museum of Toys
  3. Zoo's Rainforest Kidzworld
  4. Far East Organization Children Garden and Playground
  5. Singapore River Cruise

Museums & Historical Monuments

  1. Asian Civilisations Museum
  2. National Museum of Singapore
  3. Singapore River
  4. Colonial Buildings
  5. Sultan Mosque
  6. Indian Temple

Sightseeing Tours

  1. Chinatown
  2. Little India
  3. Kampong Glam
  4. Bugis Street

Suggested Tour Itineraries

  1. 5 Days Singapore Tour Itinerary
  2. 4 Days Tour Itinerary for Family
  3. Singapore Tour Guide for First Time Visitors
  4. Half Day Sightseeing Tour
  5. Singapore City Tour

Must-try Singapore Food

  1. Chilli Crab
  2. Chicken Rice
  3. Laksa
  4. Roti Prata
  5. Bak Kut Teh
  6. Satay
  7. Indian Rojak
  8. Singapore Sling

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