Free and Attractive Tourist Attractions in Singapore

Merlion Park
For those of you who want to be more frugal, you have to be smart at getting around your vacation budget. In addition to hunting flight tickets and cheap hotel promos, you are also required to visit tourist attractions for free. - Singapore's neighboring country, Indonesia, which has advanced in Asia and its name has been known throughout the world. Its geographical location is very close to Indonesia, making Singapore one of the favorite tourist destination countries in the archipelago.

Many tourist destinations you can visit in this neighboring country. For those of you who want to save even more, you have to be very smart at getting around your vacation budget here. In addition to hunting flight tickets and cheap hotel promos, you are also required to visit the following free tourist attractions in Singapore.

1. Singapore River

Right on the Singapore River side, precisely in the Boat Quay area there is an attractive tourist destination called Raffles' Landing Site. This place is the place where Sir Stamford Raffles first landed in Singapore.

Here you can take pictures in front of the statue of Sir Stamford Raffles. In addition you can also find other copper statues forming dioramas on the banks of the river that tell the history of this country.

2. East Coast Park

East Coast Park is one of the most popular city parks in Singapore. Its location on the beach makes this park a favorite recreation spot for Singaporeans and also for tourists visiting there.

You can enjoy various activities here, ranging from jogging, biking, picnicking, or fishing. Here also available a variety of hawker food centers called Hawker Centers.

3. Merlion Park

The Lion Statue (Merlion Statue) is an Icon of Singapore. Not to Singapore yet if you haven't visited this place and taken a picture with the background of the Merlion Lion Statue.

Merlion Park is located at Seberang Fullerton Hotel. From Merlion Park, you can walk across the bridge decorated with Bougenville plants to the Esplanade.

This building is the center of Singapore's proud arts and performances. Here, besides you can take photos for free, you can also know you enjoy performing arts and music free of charge.

4. Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is an island resort and recreation area separated from the mainland of Singapore. This artificial island has a beach, various sports facilities, and of course the Universal Studios theme park.

You can enjoy various places on Sentosa Island for free, but there are also places that you have to pay for. Here you can take pictures for free in front of the giant Universal Studio's popular globe without the need to enter the recreation park.

You can also enjoy the beauty of Siloso Beach Sentosa beach. There is also a 37-meter Merlion statue, complete with gardens and waterfalls on the unique and beautiful Merlion Walk Sentosa.

5. Marina Bay Sands

This tourist spot is also located not far from Merlion Park. To reach this place, we can walk from Esplanade through a spectacular bridge named The Helix Bridge.

For those of you who don't know, Marina Bay Sands is a super magnificent mall, hotel and casino complex that opened in 2010. Every hour at 8 pm and at 9.30 pm, at the back of this building there is a show titled "Wonder Full: Light & Water Spectacular "Button. This is a display of visual effects, lasers and light attractions with a duration of 15 minutes.

6. Gardens By The Bay

This magnificent 100-hectare park is located behind Marina Bay Sands. You can explore this park for free. This park also has a variety of parks that have different themes.

Here, you can also see Singapore from the height of Supertree Groove, which is a giant tree that covers the park and follows the Skyway bridge. But to ride this Groove Supertree you have to pay $ 5 per person.

7. Orchard Road

Orchard Road is the most popular shopping area in Singapore. Along the way, there are many shops and malls lined up, which of course is fun for window shopping as well as photos.

To go to Orchard Road, you can take the red line MRT down at Orchard Station or Sommerset Station. This place is a favorite place for Indonesians to shop. So don't be surprised if you meet many Indonesians here.

8. Singapore Botanic Garden

Singapore Botanic Gardens is a park or arguably an urban forest that has more than 150 years old. Besides relaxing, you can get closer to nature. Like the Singapore Botanic Gardens slogan, "Connecting People with Plants".

With an area of ​​more than 70 hectares, the collection of plants is certainly very diverse. Many types of rare plants developed here. You can visit here for free from 5 am to 12 pm.

9. Bugis Street

Bugis Street is one of the shopping places that must be visited. Located not far from Orchard Road, which makes this place very popular, the prices of goods here are cheaper and the choice of types of goods is also more numerous. Many Indonesian people who like to stop by this place to buy souvenirs.

From Orchard Road you only need to walk for 15 minutes to get to this place. Besides that, you can also take the green or blue line MRT and get off at Bugis MRT Station.

10. Clarke Quay Area

This area is located about 1 kilometer from Boat Quay. In Singapore, this area is famous as an exciting hangout at night. In this place lined with unique Chinese buildings painted in colorful colors. There are also many restaurants, cafes and bars here.

If you visit this place, you can bring your own food and enjoy the afternoon or evening by sitting on the edge of the Singapore River which is very clean.

Well, that's a tourist spot in Singapore that can be visited for free. In addition to the places mentioned above, there are actually many more tourist attractions in Singapore that you can visit for free.

Free places that can be visited, such as Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam & Arab Street, Leong San See Temple, St. Andrew's Cathedral, Haji Lane, Sri Mariamman Temple and others. Besides being able to save budget, you can also still have fun enjoying your vacation in Singapore. (ip)
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