Free Top 10 Places To Visit In Singapore

Singapore is a tiny and modern island located in southeast Asia. Here, you will notice a blend of Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, and English cultures and traditions. It is considered one of the smartest, most clean, and safe places in the world. 

Despite being an expensive city, Singapore also has many free-entry must-visit places. You didn’t know that earlier? Let us show some top free places to visit in Singapore and plan a perfect low-budget tour: 

  1. Light And Sound Show, Marina Bay

 Get ready to be blown away by the spectacular 15 minutes show of lights, lasers, sounds, and waterworks at Marina Bay in downtown Singapore. Two shows are held from Sunday to Thursday at 8 and 9 p.m. You can sit and enjoy them from the bleachers by the bay. There is also an extra 10 p.m. show on Friday and Saturday. 

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  1. Garden Rhapsody, Gardens by the Bay 

Garden Rhapsody is another must-watch mind-blowing light and sound show at the Supertree Grooves of Gardens by the Bay. You can enjoy the shows every day at 7:45 and 8:45 p.m. and lasts for 15 beautiful minutes. 

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  1. Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens is a 163-year-old tropical garden and a UNESCO world heritage site located at Singapore’s Orchard Road. It is the best spot for an outdoor picnic, to exercise, or bask in the glory of nature. 

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  1. Henderson Waves

You wouldn’t want to miss the marvelous view from the Henderson Waves pedestrian bridge in the south of Singapore. This 7 meters high and 8 meters wide bridge was built in 2008 and is designed to look like a wave. 

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  1. East Coast Park

Spread over 460 acres, East Coast Park in Singapore is one of the largest parks with a man-made beach. As a cherry on top, you can swim and try many sports activities at the park. Moreover, it is surrounded by many food centers and barbecue stations for a wholesome day. 

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  1. Sit Next to the Merlion 

The two iconic Merlion statues in Merlion park along a lake in Singapore are also free and famous tourist attractions. The statue is a mythical figure of a lion head over a fish body, spouting water from its mouth and representing the origins of Singapore.  

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  1. China Town Street Market

Chinatown in central Singapore will definitely give you all the feels and experiences of Chinese culture. The historic buildings, traditional halls, food stalls, and famous street markets will take up your entire day to explore. 

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  1. Little India 

Little India is an Indian culture precinct east of the Singapore river just across Chinatown. This colorful place is like a home to the local Indian community and a tourist attraction because of its marvelous temples, cuisine, and shops.

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  1. Clark Quay

If you want to enjoy the nightlife of Singapore, then Clark Quay is your bae! It has some of 

the best pubs, bars, and a chain of amazing on-land and floating restaurants along the riverside. So, you can party and have a great dining experience at the same time.

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  1. Changi Point Boardwalk

Changi Point is one of the most photogenic places in Singapore, with a scenic backdrop of beautiful sea and tall palm trees. You can enjoy a majestic sunset view with your loved one and stroll along the coastline with a gaze at the skyline. 

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So, what are you waiting for? Buy our detailed pre-made itineraries and pack up your bags! From low-budget locations to other luxurious places, we have it all. 

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