Top 4 places to visit in SingaporeUntagged
We know Singapore for its bustling skyscrapers and futuristic machineries that provides convenience not only to its citizens and residents, but also to its tourists from around the world. However, not many people know about Singapore’s hidden gems that offers majestic and astounding views.
To help you discover these places, we list down our four (4) recommendations of the best places to visit in Singapore:
1. Pulau Ubin
Often referred to as the last “Kampong” in Singapore. It is a 15-minute boat ride away from the mainland. Pulau Ubin offers lush greenery and abundant wildlife. So, if you are into nature and outdoor activities, this island is definitely for you. Some of the activities that you can do on this island include cycling, camping, and hiking on its highest peak – The Pukka Hill.
Besides nature watching, you can also stroll through Pulau Ubin to experience and feel Singapore in the 1960s – a simpler and more laidback lifestyle. Walking around Pulau Ubin’s neighborhood will surely make you feel the traditional vibe of Singapore.
2. Coney Island
For nature enthusiasts, visiting Coney Island will undoubtedly make you feel at peace because you will feel more connected with nature.
Just like Pulau Ubin, Coney Island is another option to experience Singapore’s vibrant nature. One way of doing this is cycling across the island to enjoy its scenic views – You can bring your own bicycle or rent one to experience nature on a ride. Another way is trekking into the forest to hear the songs of Oriental Magpie-Robin. However, since Coney Island houses 80 specifies of birds, you can expect that you’d hear varying nature sounds while in the forest. You can also do birdwatching if you’re a fan of it.
3. Little India in Serangoon
Experience India in Singapore – considered as one of Singapore’s most vibrant districts, exploring this area will bring you back to the roots of the first Indian dwellers in Singapore which dates back to the 1840s. However, though named Little India, travelling to this area in Singapore will also let you experience Hindu and Chinese cultures.
Some of the activities that you can do include filling your tummy with all various dishes in the area and touring around the temples, mosques, and churches around the area. But if you want another option, you can always shop at Mustafa Centre, which is a 24-hour shopping centre.
4. Sentosa Boardwalk
Whether alone or with a special someone, this place should be on your list of places to visit in Singapore. Situated between Sentosa Island and Vivo City in the HarbourFront, walking along this boardwalk will let see Singapore’s dazzling city, especially at night.
This boardwalk also offers various attractions and activities. For instance, if you get hungry and tired from walking, you can buy food from the stalls on the side, and on weekends, you can shop for modern and traditional crafts at pop-up bazaars,
You also need not worry about the weather because this boardwalk is designed with a roof.
We hope that by reading this you feel more excited to travel around Singapore. Safe travels, Smilers!