Your Singapore: 10 Mind Blowing Things to Do in Singapore

Spending time in Singapore? Get the most out of your time there by checking out these ten amazing things to do, from hidden gems to cultural landmarks.

Singapore is known as one of the world’s most honest countries, which makes it perfect to take a holiday in. We created a list of 10 mind blowing things to do in Singapore.

In fact, in 1979 the government-backed National Courtesy Campaign was an initiative by the Singapore Tourism Board. Singaporeans were taught manners and ethics, with the intention of creating a society that was kind and courteous. It has since changed its name to the Singapore Kindness Movement.

In addition to having an amazing culture, Singapore is a beautiful country, with many places to visit. You will wish you had more time in Singapore to experience all the must-see areas. 

Enjoy Your Leisure Time in Singapore

It may surprise you to learn that Singapore is comprised of many small islands, 63 to be exact. This means that there is much diversity within Singapore. There are many places to visit to immerse yourself in the culture. 

Burgis: Singapore’s Original Indie Neighbourhood 

Welcome to Singapore’s original hipster neighbourhood! This neighbourhood is known for its modern restaurants and quaint cafes. It has an artsy feel and a great night-time vibe.

There isn’t a shortage of things to do in this neighbourhood! From museums to boutiques, you are sure to find an Instagram worthy spot.

Parkview Square

Parkview Square is known for its architecture, crafted by CS Hwang, and inspired by Art Deco in Europe and New York. The must-see place to visit within Parkview Square is Atlas. Often said to be reminiscent of the Great Gatsby, the Atlas bar was voted one of the best bars in Asia. 

Haji Lane

Haji Lane is the street that holds the boutiques. Most of the shops don’t open until mid-afternoon. That gives you a perfect opportunity to grab some breakfast at one of the speciality cafes beforehand!

Marina Bay: The Landmark of Singapore

Singapore is well known for its Marina Bay, which has gone thru quite a few upgrades. One of the main attractions on the Bay is the Marina Bay Sands Resort. The resort houses a casino, museum, restaurants and more.

Spectra – A Light & Water Show

You don’t want to miss the spectacular light show in Marina Bay! Beginning at about 8:00 P.M, the light show illuminates several iconic landmarks, as well as the water.

Inspired by Australia, it is a unique retelling of Singapore’s history and culture. Broken into 4 acts, this visual display will catch your breath. 

Gardens by the Bay 

If you are looking for a place to connect with nature and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this is a wonderful place to visit. Gardens by the Bay is made complete with a nice walking trail and a flower down. 

The gardens have many plants and flowers, including man-made “super trees”.

Kinki’s Roof Top Bar

Japanese fusion bar complete with vegetarian and vegan options, you are sure to fall in love. Enjoy your evening cocktails atop of the building, with a full view of Marina Bay. 

This a suitable place for a romantic evening or a social gathering. Be sure to call ahead! 

Merlion Statue 

The half lion and half fish statue is iconic in Singapore. A reimagining of the mermaid tale, the Merlion’s bottom half represents Singapore’s humble beginnings as a fishing village. 

The lion head represents Singapore’s original name which was Singapura. This means ‘lion city’ in Malay. The statue is in front of Fullerton Hotel, overlooking the Marina Bay. 

Singapore Chinatown


This part of Singapore has culture and heritage bursting out of it. From low rise buildings adorned with red and gold tones to the fragrances of traditional cuisine floating by. 

There are many ornate Buddhist, Chinese, and Hindu temples in Chinatown. The streets are bustling with old shophouses, open-air markets, conversation, and food.

328 Katong Laksa

It’s said that you must try laksa while in Singapore. If you aren’t familiar with this delicious dish, it is a spicy noodle dish adorned with prawns, fish, or chicken. You can choose between a curry laksa or an assam laksa. 

328 Katong Laksa is the place you want to visit, and we recommend the curry gravy option. It’s no small feat to beat chef Gordon Ramsey, and in 2013 that’s exactly what this restaurant did. 

This restaurant has more than one location, which makes visiting easier. 


If you are looking for a unique cocktail bar with handcrafted cocktails, Catchfly is the place for you. Visit for Hip Hop and R&B night, or Retro night. Catchfly sports an intimate interior space the combines industrial edge with luxury.

Their cocktail menu features drinks full of flavour, mixed with fresh herbs and spices. Pair your cocktail perfectly with a mouth watering meal.

Operation Dagger – Secret Bar

Operation Dagger is all about a sensory experience that is flavour centric. Much of the menu doesn’t indicate the type of alcohol used in a drink, in hopes that it will keep guest from preconceptions. 

Also known for its minimalist interior, this secret bar sports a light cloud made of thousands of light bulbs. This creates a special ambience for your night out. 

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay 

Clarke Quay (pronounced key) is a historical riverside district in Singapore. Known for its bars and clubs, this district is bustling until early in the morning. Clarke Quay is known for its many restaurants as well. 

Jumbo Seafood

Known for their award willing chili crab (imported from Sri Lanka), Jumbo Seafood is a wonderful restaurant to enjoy Chinese food at. This restaurant is popular, so call ahead for a reservation!

Plan Your Trip to the “Lion City” Today!

This list of wonderful places to see during your time in Singapore is just a fraction of what this culture filled country has to offer. If you are feeling overwhelmed by what to choose, try enlisting the help of a travel agent

They will be able to give you expert advice on your holiday. Contact us today to get started on your perfect holiday in Singapore. 

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