Singapore seems to be a paradise on its own for some people. Why is that? Because Singapore has been known as a rich country in various fields. The world of fashion, tourism, cheap shopping, to some typical culinary delights are found in this country, so it’s no wonder that many tourists, especially from Indonesia, visit Singapore to seek pleasure.
Even though it has a small area, Singapore always has everything that humans need to fulfill their needs. Luxurious and comfortable are words that deserve to be pinned for this country because Singapore is a clean country that provides comfort for its residents.
Not only that, there are several fashions as well as large shopping centers in Singapore, so it is suitable for you fashion lovers to find something you are looking for. There are also some interesting and quite famous tourist attractions in Singapore that are ready to pamper you with the various facilities and rides provided.
You need to know, that not all tourist attractions in Singapore are paid tourist attractions that need to spend a lot of money to be able to enter. However, Singapore also provides free tourist attractions that are suitable for backpackers’ budgets. Want to know what are the free tourist attractions in Singapore? Check out his presentation below.
- Marina Bay Sands
The first free tourist spot in Singapore is Marina Bay Sands. Who is not familiar with this very famous place as one of the icons of Singapore?
Located at 10 Bayfront Ave and directly overlooking Singapore Bay, Marina Bay Sands is a unique place with its signature building, a luxury hotel, mall, and bar complex which opened in 2010.
Marina Bay Sands is the main choice for many people on vacation in Singapore. There is a unique and interesting show at Marina Bay Sands, where you can be pampered with the “Wonderful light & water spectacular” show, a visual effects show with a duration of 13 minutes that you can only watch on Fridays and Saturdays.
This show is publicly shown for those of you who visit Marina Bay Sands right on the schedule for the show. Of course, it’s very fun and it’s a shame to miss this unique and interesting place that can be accessed without paying or for free.
- Merlion Park
Maybe it’s not foreign to see some people taking pictures with the background of a typical Singaporean lion-headed fish statue, right? Yes, the statue that weighs up to 70 tons stands across from the Fullerton Hotel in Merlion Park, not far from Marina Bay Sands, and can be reached on foot.
This statue has been known as an icon of Singapore which is well known throughout the world. This statue stands at a height of 8.6 m with a fountain coming out of its mouth.
Not only the statue, but almost all corners of Merlion Park are very nice so it’s perfect for relaxing or walking around enjoying the peace in Singapore. Even for taking pictures, Merlion Park is also highly recommended because the place is comfortable and Instagramable, and free.
- Sultan Mosque
It wouldn’t be Singapore if it didn’t have everything in it, including a mosque which is a place of worship for Muslims. Singapore has a mosque called the Sultan Mosque which is one of the oldest mosques in Singapore and is located at 3 Muscat St, Singapore.
Not only functioning as a place of worship, but the Sultan Mosque is also open to the public for tourists who want to visit.
However, to maintain the sanctity of places of worship, not all places in this mosque are allowed to be visited. Visitors are also required to wear polite clothing or clothing so that the officers give special robes to enter.
Uniquely, this beautiful mosque with its architecture is open to the public for free without any fees, you know.
- Singapore Botanic Gardens
Although Singapore is a metropolitan country with its tall and modern buildings, this country has unique tourist attractions with a nature theme. Yes, the name is Singapore Botanic Gardens, which is a free garden that you can visit in the heart of Singapore, precisely at 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore.
This park has about 60,000 types of plants in it which of course can bring you to a calm and beautiful atmosphere in the middle of the city that is famous for its luxury. You can access this tourist spot from 5 am to 12 pm for free, you know.
- Resort World Sentosa
You can find various rides that can make your heart almost burst because of the extreme rides you can find at Resort World Sentosa. However, if you want to enter and experience the rides, of course, you have to pay a pretty fantastic price.
But don’t be sad, because for free you can also enjoy the beauty of this one tourist spot. You can go on an adventure around Resort World Sentosa or just take pictures with a typical background that many people use, namely the globe outside the entrance, and of course, it’s free.
Resort World Sentosa is located at 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore. Not only rides that can challenge adrenaline, but this place also provides luxury accommodation complete with the best facilities.
- Orchard Road
It’s not complete if you go to Singapore without traveling on the very popular street in Singapore. This tourist spot is located on Orchard Road in the middle of the city, so it is named Orchard Road and is very close to a hotel called Orchard as well.
Orchard Road is a street in Singapore where along the way stand the buildings that are the largest shopping center in Singapore.
Not only that but some popular Singaporean foods are also found on Orchard Road, such as uncle ice cream which is widely traded around Orchard Road. Not only shopping, but Orchard Road is also suitable as a place to relax thanks to the chairs provided along the sidewalk.
- Haji Lane
This one is a tourist spot that is most often hunted by tourists to take pictures. Even though it is only an alley located on North Bridge Rd, Haji Lane is not just any ordinary alley because along the alley some shops and cafes are comfortable to hang out.
Not only that, but the alleys at Haji Lane are also decorated with some very cool graffiti and paintings. It’s a shame if this photo opportunity at Haji Lane is missed.
- Gardens by the Bay
The garden with an area of 101 hectares that stretches across 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore is one of the highly recommended places for those of you who are on vacation in Singapore.
Presenting natural beauty with several aesthetic buildings makes this place very suitable to be visited with family or other loved ones.
With a very wide size, of course, not all parts of this park can be visited for free. Even so, don’t worry because the area that can be visited for free can be a treat for the eyes because there is a regular event that is usually held at 19.45, namely the Garden Rhapsody Music & Light Show.
- Singapore River
The next free tourist spot in Singapore is the Singapore River. The Singapore River stretches very long. However, what we will discuss now is a famous tourist attraction as a historical tourist spot.
As the name implies, this tourist spot is located on the edge of the Singapore river, precisely in the Boat Quay area where in this place stands a historic statue, namely the statue of Sir Stamford Raffles. In addition, historical statues that tell other histories also stand there.
Of course, this place is very suitable as a historical tourist spot for those of you who want to know more about the history of Singapore. Although it provides a lot of historical knowledge, this place does not cost anything or is free.
- East Coast Park
This last free tourist spot in Singapore is a unique park because it stands on the beach, precisely at E Coast Park Rd, Singapore. Not only nice and beautiful for taking pictures, but this place is also very suitable as a place for family recreation, you know.
Because the place is quite spacious and comfortable, you can freely do sports activities such as jogging and cycling. Not only that but even fishing is also allowed in this place. Wow, that’s fun, huh!
So, those are some free tourist attractions in Singapore that you must visit while on vacation there. Of course, the free tourist attractions offered are comfortable, clean, fun, and very economical because they are free of charge, including entrance tickets.
But, when you go to Singapore, don’t just focus on the tourist attractions, OK! The reason is, that Singapore also has some delicious and cheap culinary delights, suitable for tourists who are on a budget.