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05 Best Free Things To Do In Singapore – Top Experiences On A Small Budget

Singapore is often thought to be an expensive place to experience on a tight budget; on the contrary, Singapore is the best place to explore on a budget! Do read on to discover top free things to do in Singapore – some of the best experiences!

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Explore The Gardens By The Bay

One of the most iconic attractions in Singapore is free to explore, all day. The Gardens By the Bay is a lush parkland designed with Zen aesthetics to keep you relaxed and happy all day. The place is home to the futuristic style Super-tree Grove which puts on quite a spectacle at night. Head over to the gardens at night, between 7.45 pm and 8.45 pm to witness the enchanting light show which takes place at the Super-trees. With entry free and the light show a thrilling spectacle, you may want to pay the very minimalistic fees to visit the other impressive attractions there like the Cloud Forest, Flower Dome and Skywalk. Even if you don't want to spend the extra $, wandering around the fab park will be more than a treat. Check out Park Hotel Clarke Quay, if you are looking for good deals on a conveniently placed hotel near Clarke Quay MRT Singapore; just 11 minutes from Gardens By the Bay.

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Savour The Melting Pot Of Culture Singapore Represents

To savour the vibrant ethnicities that make up Singapore, all you need is a map and sturdy walking shoes. Set off exploring the diverse cultures and traditions that add loads of colour to the country. From the bustling precincts surrounding Chinatown to the crowds and sounds of Little India, to exploring ancient temples and dining at Kampong Glam the Arabic Quarter, Singapore promises to thrill your senses, treat your taste-buds and fill those social media pages with exotic pictures. Find yourself a well-located hotel in Singapore and you have a million attractions to explore on a simple walking tour.

3

Go Trekking At Fort Canning Park

Located in the middle of the city centre, Fort Canning Park is a green oasis to escape to when you need time away from the bustling city. You can head to the park for some respite before evening drinks at Clarke Quay; the precinct is popular amongst locals and tourists for its allures of jogging, cycling and old war memorials. Explore the Old Fort a relic from WWII and trek to the top of Fort Canning Hill where you will discover Stamford Raffle's former house.

4

Walk Along The Treetops

A fabulous free attraction for all nature lovers the Treetop Walk is a beautiful experience. Located at MacRitchie Reservoir which is in the north-western quarter of the city, the Treetop Walk is located atop a dense forest. It's a bridge that stretches for 250 metres at a height of 50 metres above the treetops. Open from 9 am to 5 pm, the experience is one to remember.

5

Go Fly A Kite

At Marina Barge of course! The country's windiest spot, Marina Barge is free to experience. There's a lift and rather stretched out ramp to reach the top of the hill the park is located at; there you will love the windy atmosphere and sweeping views of the islands best attractions; oh and don't forget to take along that kite for loads of fun!

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