There are plenty of places you can visit for free in Singapore. Some of them are so called highlights of this city. Below you can find some of those places listed with short description.
Visit the Singapore Art Museum when it’s free Located on Singapore’s Bras Basah Road, and home to the world’s largest public collection of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian art, the Singapore Art Museum is free on Friday evenings between 6pm and 9pm. So if you’re planning a trip go then and save yourself the S$ 10 admission fee.
Sunbath on Sentosa Island Singapore is a sticky 27Â°C all year round. Sometimes it rains, sometimes it’s overcast, but sometimes it’s sunny. When the sun comes out to play, jump on a cable car bound for Sentosa Island with your sun lotion and towel and catch some rays on Siloso Beach, Palawan Beach or Tanjong Beach.
Embark on Sentosa’s nature walk Sentosa Island isn’t all about bronzing your body or going to some of Singapore’s most touristy attractions. One of the island’s top attractions is the ‘Nature Walk and Dragon’s Trail’ which begins only meters from the island’s famous cable car. If you decide to go on the trek, keep an eye out for the creepy crawlies!
Visit ‘Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay‘ Located on Raffles Avenue, two of Singapore’s newest buildings are its newest attractions. Free to enter and regularly holding free events, they are most fascinating from the outside. These buildings seem different from every angle and will soon become to Singapore, what the Opera House is to Sydney.
Visit Sinagpore’s temples While Singapore is so westernised, two of its most fascinating buildings are traditional temples. These are Thian Hock Keng Temple (158 Telok Ayer St) and Sri Mariamman Temple (244 South Bridge Road). Both are free to enter and are definitely well worth a look.
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