10 Best Places To Visit For FREE In Singapore

Welcome as we feature the list of the 10 Best Places to Visit for FREE In Singapore. Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore is known for excellent infrastructure, clean streets and one of the top tourist destination in Asia. Singapore is rich in beauty, diversity, and full of adventure that awaits for all visitors. There are so many places to explore in Singapore. Some of the scenic spots to visit in Singapore includes Marina Bay, Merlion Park, Jubilee Bridge and the list go on.

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Here’s our list of the places we can visit for FREE in Singapore.


Botanic Garden Singapore

Botanic Gardens is the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Singapore known for its stunning orchid garden, amazing tropical trees, plants, and wildlife. Located at the heart of the city, Botanic Gardens offers an ideal place for visitors to explore the lush greenery in the middle of this urban setup. This garden is well-curated in terms of the variety and the different garden themes such as Evolution Garden, Healing Garden, Fragrant Garden, etc. Botanic Gardens’ opening hours start as early as 5:00 AM and close at Midnight which can easily be accessed via the Botanic Garden MRT station.


Cycling At East Coast Park
East Coast Park Beach

East Coast Park is one of the most visited beach parks in Singapore where visitors can perform recreational, outdoor activities, or just casual chills on the side of the beach. The beach park provides an almost 15 km stretch of scenic coastline which is ideal for different water sports activities. East Coast Park also provides dining options like a hawker center or restaurants suited for a wide range of visitors.


Treetop Walk Singapore

Visitors who want to experience crossing over the suspension bridge situated 25 meters above ground can head to the Tree Top Walk. Located within the Macritchie Reservoir Nature Park, Tree Top Walk is a 250m walkway that allows visitors to walk above the treetops of the natural forest. From here visitors will be able to witness the panoramic view of the surrounding plants and wildlife. Tree Top Walk’s opening hours are from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Weekdays) and 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Weekend and Public Holidays), but on Mondays, it is closed.


When in Singapore, Marina Bay is one of the most visited places for tourists and locals. Marina Bay represents impressive modern design coupled with trendy attractions that makes it an exciting leisure spot. The iconic architecture together with the surrounding skyscrapers offers the perfect place for sightseeing. During an evening visit, light shows will stand out in front of the Marina Bay which makes it a spectacular experience. Visitors can shop or dine while enjoying the stroll around the area.


Jewel Changi Airport

One of the most visited places in Singapore is the Jewel Changi Airport, which attracts mostly international and even local visitors. Conveniently located next to Changi Airport this so-called airport shopping center boost due to its unique architectural design which resembles an indoor nature waterfall. There are many activities which everyone can enjoy including dining, shopping and adventure experiences. There is a playground available for all ages, a park, and a canopy bridge that links to another side. Jewel Changi is one of the amazing places which makes it not be missed for all tourists and locals who want to spend a great time


Haji Lane Street Arts
Haji Lane Street

Walking through one of the coolest streets in Singapore is Haji Lane which is filled with graffiti wall design, niche cafes, and hippy shops. Located along with the Kampong Glam neighborhood, Haji Lane is one of the sought out-visit places for millennials who wants to witness vibrant street arts providing a nice backdrop for a photo shoot. Haji lane is about 10-15 walk from Bugis MRT station. Do come and visit this kind of street in Singapore and don’t forget to bring your camera and be ready to explore this place.


Sentosa Beach Singapore

Sentosa Island is a leisure resort that caters to the all-in-one destination from nature, beaches, dining, outdoor activities, hotels, and spa. Getting into Sentosa Island can be the best access by monorail located at Vivo City which offers a FREE ride. The island offers a great place for fun and adventure for every family and also a good place to unwind oneself.


Henderson Waves Singapore

Henderson Waves is a must-visited pedestrian bridge connecting Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park which is part of Southern Ridges trails. These elevated 300 meters long bridges were architecturally designed in the form of waves. The bridge allows visitors to simply walk, run and jog while enjoying the scenic view of Sentosa Island. The easiest way to reach Henderson Waves is through Mount Faber and the bridge is open 24 hours which allows visitors to come at any time of the day.


Marina Barrage Picnic Sunset

Witness the amazing skyline view of Singapore from the top of Marina Barrage while enjoying a picnic or kite flying with family and friends. Marina Barrage Singapore is the dam that was built in 2008 and provides water storage, and flood control in a recreation area for all. The rooftop garden is an open green space area that serves as one of the go-to picnic destinations and play areas for group gatherings. With good weather, individuals can just bring their picnic mat, and food, and there one’s can enjoy each other’s companionship.


Orchard Road

Located in the central business district of Singapore, Orchard Road is one of the busiest places to visit. Orchard Road is known for its various designer shops, shopping malls, and boutiques. Orchard Road is more crowded during December when Christmas decor and lights shine on the street.

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A wife and a mother of three toddlers | Previously working as customer service executive in a logistics supply chain | working at home mom. But in spite of this added responsibilities I still find time to travel and explore together with my family.

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