Singapore is a suitable tourist destination for the rich as it offers a shopping center and luxury hotels.
In addition to the dollar used, many people think twice about vacationing here.
However, do you know that Singapore actually offers a variety of interesting locations and activities that you can do without having to spend a lot of money?
In this Explore segment, we want to share some interesting places you can go when traveling to the Lion City.
Museum of Artscience
Blinking thousands of lights in a space makes you feel like you’re in space. It’s one of the many experiences you can have when visiting the Museum of Artscience.
Located near the iconic building, Marina Bay Sands, the Art Science Museum offers a spectacular light show where visitors will be treated to four exhibits; nature, town, park, and space.
Lifting the theme of the future world, visitors have the opportunity to explore the creativity of lighting, science, architecture, media, and technology.
For parents taking kids on vacation, the art science museum is a great place to spend time!
Located in the heart of the city and surrounded by restaurants and bars that offer a variety of western food menus, this colonial district of Singapore is a great place to have a weekend getaway.
The famous Clark Quay as a trading center in the 19th century has now transformed into a nightmare where visitors can enjoy nightlife via Singapore River Cruise, which promises an exciting experience!
You can find tickets at the counter near the deck at RM74 for adults, RM45 for children, and this classic boat will take you to some of the most popular destinations such as Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands, Clifford Pier and the Raffles Landing Site for a long trip 40 minutes.
The Singapore River Cruise is open from 9 am to 11 pm. We recommend you take a boat at night because the scenery is much more interesting and the weather is not as hot!
Gardens By The Bay
Forget the bustle of the city for a moment by enjoying the spectacular greenery of Gardens By The Bay!
These shell-shaped buildings allow visitors to enjoy a wide variety of plants and learn a little about biodiversity while also having the opportunity to see the world’s highest indoor waterfall!
Tickets are priced at RM83 for the indoor garden and free for the outdoor garden.
The fascinating fact of Singapore is that it has a diverse neighborhood and has a history of its own.
The reef has reached the Pilgrimage Road, so why not travel to Little India and Arab Street, which is located next to the pilgrimage path.
Little India in Singapore is arguably the same as Brickfields in Kuala Lumpur.
Most of the items sold here are items such as sari, jars, and traditional Hindu items.
On Arab Street, there are many small stalls selling imported goods from Persia, such as carpets, textiles, gems, and some other handicrafts.
For those of you interested in the Middle Eastern stuff, Arab Street is definitely a shopping haven for you!
Singapore’s vintage camera museum
Fans of vintage goods, especially cameras, should not miss the chance to visit the Singapore Vintage Cameras Museum located on Keledek Road, in the Arab Street neighborhood.
In addition to exhibitions, there are also a variety of 3D drawings for those who love photography!