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18 Places To Include In Your Singapore Itinerary In 2018

It may be a small country, but you’ll never run out of things to do!
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Bookmark this list for when you've visited every mall on Orchard Road (or if you don't want to waste money in SentosaI said what I said). :P

  1. Gardens by the Bay

    We suggest heading there right before sunset to see the trees light up. 

  2. National Orchid Garden

    Located inside the Botanic Gardens, this gorgeous display of orchids covers three hectares!

  3. Cloud Forest Conservatory

    contemporary greenhouse that serves as a much-needed reprieve from the scorching sun. Plus, it's freaking beautiful


  4. Residence of Tan Teng Niah

    Arguably the most colorful spot in Singapore! This is the last surviving Chinese villa in Little India. 

  5. Ministry of Culture

    The Ministry of Culture promotes volunteerism, heritage, and other community activities among the youth.

  6. Science Centre Singapore

    Not just for kids, you guys! ;)

  7. Royal Fabric on Arab Street

    Complete transparency: This is just a trending #OOTD spot among Singaporean millennials, LOL! But there is actually so much to see on Arab St.

  8. The Hive

    Can you believe this is part of an actual school? Just look for Nanyang Technological University of Singapore! 

  9. Keong Saik Road

    This road is famous for its Instagram-worthy murals.

  10. Punggol Waterway Park

    This park has four areas, each catering to a different type of visitor: Nature Cove, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone, and Green Gallery. 

  11. ArtScience Museum

    The ArtScience Museum is part of Marina Bay Sands, and the most photographed spot right now is an installation called Future World: Where Art Meets Science.

  12. CHIJMES

    This complex used to be a convent; it now houses an art gallery, shops, and restaurants.

  13. Buddha Tooth Relic

    Located in Chinatown, the Buddha Tooth Relic is both a temple and a museum. (And it's free.)

  14. Kream Beer

    Korean beer + adorable plushies = <3

  15. Haji Lane

    Haji Lane has been gaining a lot of attention lately. Those who want to leave Singapore with more unique remembrances should definitely stop by.

  16. Singapore City Gallery

    Not a lot of people know about this spot, but in this gallery is a miniature version of Singapore. SO. COOL.

  17. Robertson Quay

    A prettier, cleaner, and less crowded version of Clarke Quay (IMHO).

  18. Raffles Hotel

    A gorgeous colonial-style hotel...it's obviously not the cheapest place to visit, but hey, photos are free. LOL!

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