Singapore is amazing as a stopover in the Southeast Asia. This huge city has many places for you to visit, which makes it very easy to spend some days discovering the beautiful sights of Singapore. Whether you’re traveling here for an internship in Singapore or for the purpose of visiting relatives, it never gets boring here because this city offers a lot more than one could expect.

Top 5 Places to Visit in Singapore

Following are the top 5 places that you must not miss if you’re visiting Singapore:

1.     Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is a great place for travelers to relax after some days in the busy city. You could arrive here by a cable car and go visit the beautiful beaches rightaway. Sentosa Island is the place where one can find the southernmost region on the interior South East Asia. There are many places that offer for you to stay busy for a few days, such as the Universal Studios, Underwater World, Butterfly World, Dolphinarium, an Adventure Park and the Sky Tower to begin with. You could visit using an MRT train and even get around by bus.

2.     Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam is often also referred to as the ‘Muslim Quarter’ because of the numerous mosques here and the large Muslim population. It is considered as a favorite neighborhood for many visiting Singapore. You could have coffee in their tiny tea houses, stroll through the colorful modernized shop houses or even shop at their silk and textile shops on the Arab Street. People don’t like to miss the Sultan Mosque since it’s the most impressive one there in Singapore.

3.     Marina Bay

Singapore’s Marina Bay has headquarters of the world’s chief financial organizations in the towers around. Other than that, the extraordinary Marina Bay Sands Hotel has a great rooftop infinity pool present on its south. One could have a good time walking around at the Bay, visit the mascot, that is, the Merlion figurine, enjoy at the Science and Art Museum, or even stop at the Esplanade, which is Singapore’s innovative opera house. The greatest idea to get to view most of the Marina Bay is from the rooftop of their hotel. It’s best to head to their bar on the 57th floor instead of their observation deck.

4.     China Town

Singapore has various kinds of ethnic neighborhoods. There is Kampong Glam that reflects the Muslim vibe, then Little India for the great Indian food at reasonable costs and finally Chinatown which has a mix of inexpensive restaurants, stunning renewed buildings like those along the Pagoda Road, great Chinese medicine stores and other Chinese stuff.

5.     Haw Par Villa

This may be a creepy yet a unique experience for many people, which they might not have anywhere else. Besides, it’s free of cost! Built in the year 1973 by two millionaire brothers who also were the founders of the famous brand, Tiger Balm, Haw Par Villa and gardens exhibit more than 1,000 statues that portray various scenes of the Chinese mythology and history. These can be rather strange and confusing for those who aren’t very familiar with the Chinese folklore and mythology, but at the same time, it’s definitely something that people never forget!


When you plan a trip to Singapore, be sure to list down and visit these top 5 places that you’ll certainly never forget.