If you’re on a budget trip to Singapore, an island city then it can be a tad expensive. Suddenly, you might wonder how it can be possible; however, some of the best experiences on the island nation is in fact, free… Singapore Travel.
Let’s have a look at best things to do while keeping your pockets happy:
Climb along The Southern Ridges
Mount Faber is the door to the one of the best walk in Singapore. It takes you to the gently sloping hills of Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, and Kent Ridge Park, in the midst of gorgeous greenery and mini forests to the stretch of 9 km. Along the way, you’ll find a scenic view of the city skyline, the South China Sea, and the islands.
If you’re not okay with the hiking for such a long stretch, then do only the first leg of the hike that takes you to the stunning Henderson Waves Bridge.
Dance With Water & Light Show
Along the Singapore River, you can dance 13 minutes on every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night with water and the light show, recounts a story with cutting-edge lasers. Singapore Skyline moves with it with an unblocked perspective of Marina Bay Sands.
Walk Around Chinatown
Chinatown is a traditional stophouses with colorful walls, and tiny windows line the street. It is a charming blend of old and the new.
Have A Beach Day At Sentosa
At Sentosa, you can spend your day by having a sunbathe or even swim gently into the waves.
Fly Planes At Clarke Quay
Stroll along Clarke Quay, where you find electronically-controlled planes flying together. At every Saturday night, it’s just fascinating to watch them especially when you gulp down a few beers.
Fly A Kite At Marina Barrage
Marina Barrage is a reservoir encompassed by beautifully landscaped parks. A rare place in Singapore, where you discover a few families picnicking and flying kites. You can even witness a spectacular sunset against the surroundings of Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, and dozens of kites spinning in the sky.