Singapore is one among the popular destination among the travel enthusiasts because of its culture, modern vibes, great restaurants and friendly locals. The vibrant island City is one of the beautiful place in Asia. Well, if you are planning to explore this place then there are few things you can do it for free without spending a penny. Here are some places you can visit for free. From hiking to walking in mid of flaura mad fauna you get the chance to explore everything without touching money in your wallet.
I know it’s hard for you to believe on my words and this is why I have prepared a list of top 10 Free things you can do in Singapore. Have a read below:
1. Singapore Botanic Gardens
The garden spread in 82-hectare is around 150 years old. The Tanglin Gate is one of its entrance which is situated near the Orchard Road shopping belt, also served by the Circle and Downtown MRT lines. One you will reach here you will get to see the variety of fluara and fauna as the garden is home to over 10,000 species. The garden became of flora an UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2015. Relax your mind in this peaceful garden by visiting here when you are on your trip to Singapore. Also, be careful of the three-foot monitor lizards that sometimes may come in your path.
2. Sentosa’s Beach
If you are a beach baby, give yourself a treat by reaching at Sentosa’s beach. You can even save your money by ditching the long queues at VivoCity for the Sentosa Express tram and walking across the Sentosa Boardwalk. The beach got recently renovated and the view of here along with the water is a sight to behold. There are three beaches where you can enjoy so just carry a beach mat with you and relax at one of the beach. Well, for the Instagram worthy images you can go to Palawan Beach, where a rope bridge connects to another small island designated the “Southernmost Point of Continental Asia.”
3. Hawa Par Villa
If you want to learn and know about Chinese mythology then visit Hawa Par which is created by the Haw Par brothers of Tiger Balm fame in the 1930s. They set it up to teach the public about the morality values that are related to Chinese mythology. While, visiting the park you will see here multiple life-sized statues and dioramas depicting various stories from Chinese mythology. Do visit “Ten Courts of Hell” but alone to know it’s true essence.
4. Marina Bay Sands Boardwalk
One thing for which Singapore is extremely famous is for spectacular skylines and you should never miss it while on your trip. The Marina Bay sands boardwalk let you take a view of the Central Business District skyline. Plan your visit to here of about 6pm, so that you get to see the stunning sunset. Well, in case you don’t know from 8 Pm to 9:30 Pm daily here there is a can people watch and then see the sun go down. At 8pm and 9:30pm daily, there is a water and light show that tells a story through images projected on a screen made of water. Isn’t it sound amazing!
5. Gardens By The Bay
Due to its surreal resemblance and alien landscape, Gardens by the Bay in recent time became a must place in Singapore. The Gardens by the Bay are dominated by the Super tree Grove in Bay South Garden. A “Supertree” is a vertical garden that has more than 300 species of plants. You can visit Gardens by the bay at any time of the day as it remain open nearly 24 hours (5am–2am). Well, the best time to visit here is at night as the Supertrees are lit up during that time.
6. Movie mob in open air cinema
If you ever had a dream of watching a movie on a giant outdoor screen then your this dream will get fulfilled in Singapore. You are given a chance here go watch a classic movie on a big screen with lots of strangers. Isn’t is sound so much fun? So, go for a movie mob without giving a second thought. You just have to see the updates on locations and timings on their Facebook page. What makes Movie mob a exclusive one is that you will get the opportunity to choose the movie.
7. Live music at Esplanade
Out of all the free things to do in Singapore one among the best is live music at the Esplanade. So, all the musical souls head on to this place to quench your thirst for good music. The live concerts, music and dance performance here will excite your time as it will not give you a full moment. The place is definitely make you feel alive with it’s amazing performances. When you are here don’t miss Esplanade Roof Garden and Music Library which are free too. We would suggest you that you visit here during the night time as performances, visuals and views are best in the dark.
8. MacRitchie Treetop Walk
If you love walking in mid of trees and wildlife then when in Singapore do walk through the MacRitchie suspension bridge. Isn’t it sound fun? Well, it is. So, head on to MacRitchie Treetop Walk with whomever you feel like you want to go and enjoy. While walking you will also get to see the dynamics of the tree very closely. What is the best part about it is that it is free of cost. You will get the chance to walk among the animals at the canopy level and observe their lives. We will suggest you to visit here in morning or evening as in afternoon the temperature can be hot at the upper level.
9. Free Market
Yes, you heard it all right. It’s a free market and not a flee. Where in the world will you get the chance to shop anything and everything for free? Well, in Singapore you can! Without spending a penny from your wallet you can get things for free. So, reach out to this free market in Singapore and grab your favorite things at zero cost. Trust me, I am not fooling, you can choose to leave your wallet at home while visiting free market as you are not going to require it here at all.
10. Hiking in Singapore
Last but the best thing to do in Singapore is Hiking which is also the most popular one. When opting to hiking here you will have a great experience. The stretched landscapes, murals beneath the platform, and a large variety of flora and fauna will give make your time here memorable and the natural beauty will pump up your mind and mood. The place is phenomenal and best for people who love nature, couples and trekkers. What makes hiking here exclusive is from the top you get to see the stunning aerial view of Singapore’s Skyline. We would suggest you to do hiking here during the day and also let us tell you that the skylines looks stunning and extraordinary during the evening.
What are you waiting for? Plan your trip to Singapore with your friends, family or loved one and enjoy to the fullest.