Some of the best free destinations in Singapore, Asia.
The project is run by a group of Singapore University students who aim to create a friendly environment for indigenous peoples and visitors to get to know each other. Guests do not need to book in advance, just be present at the appointment at 4:15 pm at Gate B Raffles Place MRT or Gate 6 at Pier 15 at Bras Basah Station on Saturday afternoon.
Tree Top Walk Suspension Bridge
If you love adventure, you can try the 250-meter-long suspension bridge between Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang – the two highest peaks at MacRitchie Park. From here, visitors can enjoy the full sight of the rainforest of fresh rainforest and some of the typical animals.
Changi Point Boardwalk
A wooden bridge about 2.6 kilometers long and floating on the water is also a completely free destination. This place is the ideal destination to enjoy the romantic sunset between the immensity of the land, or to organize a picnic, take a small walk and meet you.
Mandering Southern Ridges
Extending from the Marang Trail to Singapore’s Kent Ridge Park, this lumber road runs past the famous Hot Park and the Handerson Waves about 10 km.
Marina Bay Sand Marina Show
Singapore is famous for its numerous water music shows, with the show at Marina Bay attracting many Singaporean tourists by its majesty and free of charge. From Sunday to Thursday, the night music has 2 capacity 20h and 21h30. Particularly the 6th and 7th have 3 performances are 20h, 21h30 and 23h.
Gardens by the Bay
Less than a 5-minute walk from the Singapore Financial Center, this is the most beautiful garden in the country with 3 bay south, Bay East and Bay central. With a total area of 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay brings together thousands of rare plants. The harmony between modern architecture and nature creates an unforgettable attraction for tourists visiting the island nation. The venue is open from 9 am to 9 pm every day.
Open daily from 5 am to 10 pm, Singapore Botanic Garden is on the list of green destinations of this small country. Among the unique species, this place has a 150-year-old acacia tree that radiates warm aroma, covering a corner of the park.
Arriving in Singapore without styling with the symbolic sculpture of this country will be very regrettable. The Merlion is located in Marina Bay, designed and executed by Sang Nila Utama.
Singapore Art Museum
This venue is open every Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm, where many of Southeast Asia’s famous works are stored. Not only bold artistic value, it also reflects many different aspects of contemporary life.
MAAD Flea Market
Another address for art lovers is the MAAD Art Night Market. In addition to the opportunity to enjoy, shopping for unique items, visitors can also test their unique ideas. Since the market is only open one day a month, you need to find information on the website or website to get a specific calendar.
Hope you enjoy your time in Singapore!
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