8 Amazing Things to do in Singapore

October 19, 2022

Finding the most enjoyable activities to experience in Singapore was not an easy decision. The city is overflowing with unique attractions, thrilling activities, and many days of trips to enjoy with your loved ones.

Marina Bay

Singapore’s renowned Marina Bay is where you should go to view the most stunning activities. Many of the best attractions within the vicinity are centered around this magnificent resort and the building, including The Science Museum, Casino and diverse dining, shopping and nightlife alternatives. Visit Marina Bay around 8 pm to enjoy the fantastic lighting show that illuminates the waters and many iconic landmarks you’ve seen on postcards.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is an enormous, vibrant, futuristic park located in the bay region of Singapore and has been awarded numerous architectural awards. Famous Supertree structures provide a stunning Skywalk that stretches over the gardens. Huge seashell-shaped greenhouses recreate cold mountain climates, and there are hundreds of plants and trees to explore, making this park tremendous and enjoyable for kids and adults.

Wild Wild Wet: Waterpark Rides And Attractions

Wild Wild Wet at Downtown East is a massive water park in Pasir Ris, in eastern Singapore. Its diverse attractions and rides cater to those who love adrenaline and thrills.

The first time the water park was opened was in 2004, and since then has been renovated multiple times, the most recent major revamp taking place in October of 2017.

Wild Wild Wet attractions are named with a local flavour, and visitors can search for rides with names like Ular-Lah or Shiok River. There are eight thrilling rides and three play zones for children in Water Park.

Visitors must get queue cards distributed hourly on a first come, first basis to ensure they can participate in the attraction. The four attractions for which visitors must gather queue cards to play are Shiok River, Tsunami, Professor’s Playground and Splash Play.

Other facilities include shower and changing bathrooms, and facilities for kids and lockers. Locker fees start at just 28 AED for a modest locker. Book Wild Wild Wet tickets which starts from 49 AED and enjoy a fun day in Singapore’s top water park.

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore was the first amusement park of its type to be opened within Southeast Asia. The park features twenty attractions spread across themed zones like The Lost World, Ancient Egypt, New York, Hollywood, Madagascar and Far Far Away.

Two rides are themed around water, and five are thrilling roller coasters. Families with children of all ages can take advantage of the many live shows, children’s roller coaster, and a merry-go-round. It’s simple to reach Universal Studios via the MRT subway.

SkyHelix Sentosa – Singapore’s Highest Open-Air Panoramic Ride

SkyHelix Sentosa is a vertical open-air gondola offering passengers a spectacular 360deg panorama of Sentosa Island and its surrounding, i.e. Keppel Bay area and the Southern Islands. The area in Imbiah Lookout, SkyHelix, is easy to recognize due to its unique helix-like structure.

SkyHelix Sentosa is Singapore’s most open-air panorama ride. The experience lasts 12 minutes, including 10 minutes of the ride at its peak and two minutes of descent and ascent. Every rider gets a complimentary beverage and can take food and drinks during the ride (only if purchased from SkyHelix’s F&B kiosk).

Singapore Chinatown

The exploration of Chinatown is among the most enjoyable activities you can do. It’s a great place to shop, and many say you’ll find the most affordable souvenirs. You’ll be able to discover all kinds of significant places to visit and also find lots of delicious Chinese food.

There are many food outlets and restaurants to select from. Visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre on Pagoda Street to learn more about Singapore’s history. The museum’s primary focus is Chinatown and the Chinese immigrants who led in harsh conditions and were the primary group of people that founded Singapore. Other tourist attractions are Thian Hock Keng Temple, the oldest temple in Singapore; Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Eu Yan Sang Chinese Medical Hall and Maxwell Road Food Centre.

Orchard Road

One of Singapore’s most famous streets, Orchard Road is the central point for shopping within Singapore and is similar in style to London’s Oxford Street or Hong Kong’s Nathan Road. It is lined on both sides with department stores, international and local small shops and spas, offices, beauty salons, hotels, entertainment venues, restaurants, cafes and restaurants; one can take a full day to explore the main avenue.

The shopping malls that line Orchard are filled with every item you can think of. In addition, there is always an event happening at the malls and shopping centres, so there’s more to do in Orchard than in any other place in Singapore.

Clarke Quay

The charming riverside community is full of lively bars and restaurants, trendy shops and lively nightclubs, attracted by a constant stream of tourists and Singapore’s party animals.

Clarke Quay’s site is a perfect spot to enjoy the stunning bodies of water flowing from the city’s main river, with dining outside available in many eateries that sit along the edge of the river. Explore the futuristic, jelly-like roof, and you’ll discover an array of great shopping options and an abundance of bars, making it an ideal bar-hopping destination.

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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