Singapore: 10 Must-Visit Places

Hey my lovely travelers! Here are the 10 Must-Visit Places for your next trip to Singapore. Whether it is for a few days or a longer holiday, these places will ensure your time in Singapore is well spent!

1) Little India

Little India is where Singapore’s Indian community lives and where smiles, smells and colors are all genuinely warm and sub continental.


This inspiring and enchanting place is a must visit and it surely will stimulate your senses; whether it is the mystical songs from temples and mosques, the multi-colored shop-houses (nope no filter needed!) all around the streets or the spicy aromas that infuse the air.

2) Arab Street

This area is where Singapore’s Muslim community lives and is where you will feel inspired by great Malay and Arabic vibes. The houses and floors are really colorful, so make sure to take loads of pictures there! Arab Street is also a very creative area, full of shops where you can find (if you enter and look very well) some great DIY fabrics inspiration.

Additionally, there is a shop where you can make your own fragrance. I could not resist so I created one and loved it! Other than that, Arabic Street architecture and design is absolutely stunning in some streets and my favorite place to have a drink and eat some rainbow cake is I AM, at the hipster area!

3) Joo Chiat Road


4) China Town

In Chinatown you will be able to visit the beautiful Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, which is a very impressive temple situated right round the corner. If you wish to buy some souvenirs, Chinatown is the place to go as it has the cheapest souvenirs in the country. As for the food, you might want to try out Chinatown’s authentic Chinese food. On this latter, if you are used to eat Chinese food in Western countries, be warned that the real Chinese food tastes and looks nothing like the one you are used to eat, trust me!

5) Orchard Road

You cannot come to Singapore and not spend some time on the fanciest road of the city.


6) Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island was previously known as Pulau Belakang Mati, which means “The Island After Death” in Malay. It was used as the British “Singapore Fortress” during World War II and is a place where many soldiers lost their lives. However, the years have passed and Singapore rebranded and rebuilt this beautiful southern island into “Sentosa – the State of Fun”.

7) Marina Bay Sands (MBS)


MBS, is THE hotel where you should book at least 1 night in! Now, I must admit the rooms are not special BUT not only will you be able to swim in the highest infinity pool in the world, which gives you breath-taking views on Marina Bay and the Financial District but also you will be able to enjoy MBS famous Casino and shake your body in MBS rooftop’s CÉ LA VIE nightclub. Additionally, you must visit MBS huge Shopping Mall as it is one of the biggest in Singapore if not in South East Asia.

8) Gardens by the Bay

Although my video will happily speak for itself, Gardens by the Bay is an enchanting plants themed venue, situated just behind MBS.


The best time for you to visit is at 7.45pm and 8.45pm as these hours are when the night light show of the Super Trees Grove begins. By the way, entrance is free!

9) Universal Studio

Although it is much smaller than the one in LA, you surely will have a great time there!


10) Botanic Garden

I would only recommend it to you if you are spending more than 1 or 2 days in Singapore.


Click here to discover more pictures of colorful Singapore.

I hope this post is helpful to you. I will be posting about the best places to have a drink and to eat soon, so stay tuned! 🙂

Wishing you a lot of happy discoveries when visiting lovely Singapore!

Which would be your favorite place in Singapore if you could only pick one?

Muaks, Muaks

Cindy

Orchard Road Picture, Universal Studio Picture, all others pictures are mine.

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I am Cíndy, a 30yo Swiss Blogger since 2016 and ex-Wedding/Events Planner, now working as a Creative Digital Consultant & Coach at CocoStories Agency.

 

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