Travel – 5 Things You Must Do When Visiting Singapore


By Brando Beauty

Planning a trip to Singapore? Here are five things you can check out while you are there and some interesting facts about the modern and amazing city.

Singapore was founded in 1819 as a British trading colony. The city-state has come a long way since that time period, as it has grown into a very prosperous country. Today, Singapore is filled with modern subways, skyscrapers and national monuments that are featured in national magazines, media outlets, and textbooks. It has been classified as one of the “most popular travel destinations” in the world. If you have never been there, you should definitely try to do it at least once in your life. Below, you will discover more information about Singapore and how to get the most out of your vacation.


On our second day in Singapore we realized that we got to see pretty much everything in the city itself which lies in the southern part of the island, so we had several options of a pastime somewhe…

Sentosa is a small island off the southern coast of the country. It was once known as PulauBelakang Mati, which means “The Island After Death” in Malay. The name was given to the island after the British were defeated at the Fortress Singapore on the island. Sentosa underwent a major rebranding, transforming it into a large tourist attraction. Many people who have visited the island since then refer to it as an “island getaway” for singles, couples, and families.

Head To Chinatown

Chinatown night market, Petaling Street, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Southeast Asia by Gavin Hellier

There are many countries in the world that have their very own Chinatown. Singapore is no different. Singapore is made up of mostly immigrants and a large portion of these individuals was originally from China. Chinatown is one of the biggest ethnic enclaves in the entire country. It offers a wealth of entertainment for a tourist. For instance, you’ll be able to enjoy delicious Chinese cuisine and shop for cute souvenirs. More importantly, you’ll be given the opportunity to explore the unique culture of the Chinese residing in the country.

Dance Theatre

Singapore Dance Theatre Don Quixote photo Bernie Ng

Each country has its own unique form of dance. Dancing gives the artist the opportunity to express themselves and tell a story. When visiting Singapore, you will definitely want to consider seeing a performance of this kind. The wushu form of dancing is one of the most popular in Singapore. If you want to get the most out of your trip to Singapore and want to keep the entire family satisfied, you will definitely want to visit one of the local dance theaters.

Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer - Singapura

Do you enjoy a little adrenaline rush? If so, you will absolutely love the Singapore Flyer. This amazing Ferris Wheel just happens to be one of the biggest in the entire world. In fact, it is the largest observation wheel in Asia and it delivers a stunning 360-degree view of the nearby city. It was originally opened in 2008 and it is still one of the hottest tourist attractions today!

Merlion Park

The iconic Merlion in the Merlion Park in Singapore

Singapore is home to many amazing attractions. Merlion Park is located on Marina Bay and it just happens to be one of the best. The park is home to an amazing statute, which will give your kids a giggle. It stands 28 feet tall and spews water. Plus, this is one of the most cost-effective tourist destinations in the entire country. You can enjoy everything Merlion Park has to offer while spending next to nothing. You can visit the park at any time of the day or night for free!

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