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14 Things to do for Free in Singapore

Although Singapore is the most expensive city in South-East Asia, seeing it doesn’t have to be expensive.

14 Things to do for Free in Singapore.

1. Merlion Park

The Merlion is the symbol of Singapore. The original statue is located in Merlion Park, which is a popular tourist attraction. The statue is 8.6 meters high and is spouting water in Marina Bay.

2. Gardens by the Bay

The Gardens by the Bay extend over 101 hectares and house more than 250 thousand plants. In the gardens, you will find 16 Supertrees that are connected by a 128-meter long walkway. The entrance to the garden is for free. However, when you want to go up on the walkway, you have to pay 5 SGD.

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Things To Do For Free In Singapore

3. Botanic Garden

The Botanic Garden is a nice place to escape from the hustle of the city. Within the area is the National Orchid Garden, with a huge array of various orchids. The Entrance to the Botanic Garden is for free. For the Orchid Garden, adults have to pay 5 SGD, students 1 SGD, and children below 12 years have free entrance.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

4. China Town

China Town is the original location of the Chinese settlement in Singapore. You can find many small shops and cheap places to eat. It is the center of Chinese culture with several temples.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

5. Little India

You can find many small shops selling flowers, spices, massage oils, or fabrics in little India.  It is also a good place to eat traditional Indian food for small money.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

6. Light & Watershow Marina Bay

The Marina Bay Light & Water show combines five elements: water, light, fire, audio, and video. The show takes fifteen minutes in which the story of a man’s journey to life is shown. Photos and videos are projected on water fountains and music, and laser light creates a nice atmosphere.

The show takes place every day at 8 pm and 9:30 pm. On Friday and Saturday, there is an additional show at 11 pm.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

7. Lightshow Gardens by the Bay

The Lightshow in the Gardens by the Bay takes everyday place at 7:45 pm.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

8. Haw par Villa

Haw Par Villa is a theme park in Singapore with more than 1.000 statues and 150 dioramas inspired by Chinese folklore, history, and mythology.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

 9. Vivocity

Vivocity is the largest mall in Singapore. On the roof, there is a landscaped area with a nice view of Sentosa Island.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

10. Temple Hopping

One popular temple in Singapore is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in China Town. It is based on the Tang Dynasty architectural style.

Further temples are the Burmese Buddhist Temple, the Sri Krishnan Temple and the Sri Mariamman Temple which is Singapore‘s oldest Hindu temple.

11. Marina Bay

If you want to visit the Marina Bay Sands Skypark, adults must pay 20 SGD, and children between 2 and 12 14 SGD. When you, however, go up to the Skybar, you only have to pay for your drink. You can see the famous Infinity Pool from the bar and enjoy an awesome view over Singapore and Marina Bay.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

12. Maria Bay Boardwalk

Marina Bay area is developing into a popular and modern tourism hotspot. The Boardwalk is predestinated for long walks or jogging. It offers a variety of restaurants, bars, clubs, and shops.

The photo is taken in the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, a huge Shopping Mall.

Things To Do For Free In Singapore

13. Free Walking Tour

If you do not want to discover Singapore on your own, you can join one of the free walking tours by Singapore Footprints. It is a group of young and enthusiastic students who provide fun, interactive and experiential tours.

14. Marina Bay City Gallery

The City Gallery is located on the waterfront of Marina Bay. You can inform yourself about the latest developments in Singapore and current plans. A city model gives you an overview of Marina Bay and provides information about the different buildings and landmarks. An interactive timeline that goes back to the 1800s shows you the development of Marina Bay.


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Gerlinde Kröger

Saturday 15th of June 2013

So schöne Plätze hast du schon gesehen. Ich freue mich so auf dich:)