Singapore does have its charm. For those of you who have been to Singapore many times, maybe you feel that you have done a lot of fun things in this small country. However, you are wrong.
There are still many things you can do in Singapore that you didn't think of before. Have you stayed at the world-famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel? Have you tried swimming in the Infinity Pool, which is three times the size of the Olympic pool?
MBS Staycation maybe every traveler's dream. Everyone wants to have a luxurious vacation in this expensive country. However, there are a lot of simpler things you can do in Singapore that are no less fun.
Well, for those of you who have an adventurous soul, you can try the following 5 unusual things.
1. Celebrating Christmas in Singapore
Christmas in Singapore is always festive. Long before celebrating Christmas, the entire city of Singapore will be decorayed with sprakling. Tourist attractions, malls and hotels will be decorated with beautiful Christmas trees. One of the most crowded areas at Christmas is Orchard Road. You can enjoy concerts and other Christmas festivals here.
2. Explore Sentosa
Sentosa is not just about Universal Studio Singapore, you know! This tourist complex has many trigger your adrenaline. Want something more challenging? There is bungee jumping at AJ Hackett Sentosa which is suitable for your adventurous soul.
For SingPass holders, you can buy iFly Singapore tickets with Singapore Rediscover Vouchers. You can save up to SGD 100. This voucher is valid for Singaporean citizens aged 18 years and over. For those who have children under 18 years old, you can get a subsidy or discount of SGD 10 per child with a maximum purchase of 6 children.
3. Culinary Hunting
Singapore is a country full of delicious restaurants and provides a wide variety of cuisine, ranging from traditional to international. Uniquely, in Singapore, many restaurants have received Michelin recognition and have become world gastronomic standards. This restaurants is not always fancy. Some restaurant have received simple Michelin certificate with affordable food prices.
4. Hangout at Holland Village
Alike Clarke Quay, Holland Village is also crowded at night and is used as a hangout place for young people. Here, you can find of cool cafes and bars to relax in. In tha past, Holland Village was a Dutch settlement in Singapore. Now this place has been transformed into one of the bustling relaxing spots.
5. Visit Waterloo Street
What's on Waterloo Street? Here you can find 4 different places of worship side by side. These places of worship are templates for Hindus, monasteries for Buddhists, churches for Christians, and synagogues for Jewish. No wonder, because Singapore has indeed been a multicultural country for a long time.
Are you interested in having a vacation in Singapore? Make sure you try the above and experience a dofferent vacation in Singapore.