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10 Things to Do in Singapore – ways to have fun in Singapore

Though small in size, Singapore is on a continuous quest to create great venues for visitors. Therefore, may it be business or pleasure; you will always find something new to do.


Amble Around at Gardens by the Bay

Step out of your taxi and leave the hustle of the Singaporean city behind you as you step into the sprawling and luscious gardens. There is an unexplainable calm across the many areas of the gardens. From the butterfly gardens to the skywalk, from the flower dome to the heritage gardens and the waterfront pavilion, this tranquil tourist destination is a must-visit even if your apart'hotels in Singapore are located at the other end of the town.


Dine at Clarke Quay

Scintillating reflections against the steady body of water at Clarke Quay are a beautiful backdrop for dinner. Dress up or dress down as you please and stop by for any type of cuisine, enjoy a drink and a scoop of ice cream as the weather is generally warm though rarely uncomfortable.


Visit the Orchid Garden

The national flower of Singapore has a special place reserved for it within the Singapore Botanic Gardens. There are over a thousand varieties within this garden alone spread across four different zones which are dedicated to the four seasons of the year. The colourful area is about 03 hectares large, granting flower lovers a fabulous day out.


Shop at Orchard Road

What Champs Elysees is to France, Orchard Road is to Singapore. A stylish shopping precinct with a charming atmosphere for dining, wining and enjoying life, Orchard Road is open till about 10 pm and later on weekends. Shopaholics will tell you that even an entire day isn't enough to explore the length of 2.2kms.


Bargain in Little India

Not far from the Citadines Balestier Singapore is the area known as 'Little India' where one can find Hindu shrines, authentic Indian food, bargain stores and bazaars. The traders sell essentials, Indian and South Asian products and consumer goods from all over the world.


Have Fun at a Theme Park

Choose between Sentosa and Universal Studios; easily the two frontrunners in the country when it comes to fun and frolic for the whole family. Take your swimsuit, a good pair of sports shoes, shades, sunscreen and mark a day off your calendar for this adventure. There are multiple rides, a wax museum, water sports, an aquarium and the opportunity to see as far as Indonesia if you ascend to the peak of the Tiger Sky Tower.


Feast Your Eyes at the Singapore Flyer

The observation wheel which is located in downtown Singapore is an icon of Asia. It is often visited by those who enjoy the view of a developed cityscape unperturbed by the steel structure itself. Each carriage can seat up to 28 people and they are built on the outer edge of the structure to ensure that the riders receive their money's worth throughout the ride.


Float About in a Bumboat

A bumboat is a local lingo for a water taxi that carries intrigued visitors across the waterways of Singapore, mostly for recreation purposes. The boat operates throughout the day and year; people can see some of the most sought-after sites while relaxing on the deck.


Indulge at the Chijmes

Once a Catholic convent, the Chijmes is now a magnificent venue for weddings, dining, shopping and theatrical performances. The quaint architecture of the building has made it a national monument.


Transit at the Jewel

On your way out of Singapore, arrive a few hours early at the airport to enjoy the living and dining experiences at the 'Jewel' at the Changi Airport in Singapore.