10+ Best Places To Visit in Singapore For Tourists

Places To Visit in Singapore For Couples, Family

Singapore is easily one of the go-to places in Southeast Asia with its diverse culture and impressive extravagance display. If you don't know it yet, Singapore has the best airport globally, and it stands as a tourist destination in itself.

Don't spend too much time being in awe of the airport when you can step out and let the wonders of Singapore wow you.

There are a handful of iconic destinations for first-timers that you can explore when you visit the Lion City. A word of warning, you might get overwhelmed with this list but don't worry. Each of them is worth paying a visit. Here is a complete Singapore itinerary for 3, 4, 5, 7 days or 6 nights for couples to explore twelve favorite spots.

1. Merlion Park

The iconic Merlion Park is the top destination in mind when you say Singapore. It's probably the first photo that will pop up when you Google this country. 

You would even be tempted to take one of those crazy photos where you try to catch the water coming out from the Merlion's mouth. Don't say we didn't warn you!

We're also 100% sure that you'll be going home with a carry-on full of merlion souvenirs from key chains, to pens, to ref magnets, and even shirts. That's how famous this Merlion is in this country. 

Merlion Park

2. Singapore River

Since Singapore is a relatively small country, you would often find the most iconic spots around the Singapore River. 

It used to be a place for trade, but now, it has become a tourist destination. Museums are lining up the bank, and you can even enjoy a special dinner while on a boat.

Singapore River

3. Gardens By The Bay

The modern world is very apparent when you visit the Lion City. On this side of the continent, regular gardens are a thing of the past. With Gardens By The Bay, you'd be surprised how they manage to put up a real paradise inside a building.

The architectural structure of this iconic tourist destination is top-notch and will leave your jaws on the floor.

Gardens By The Bay

4. Universal Studios Singapore

We all crave some child-like adventures every once in a while. That's what Universal Studios Singapore is here for. If one day isn't enough, you can get a two-day pass to experience adrenaline-pumping rides and 4D theaters in this theme park.

You might even meet some of the most iconic movie characters like Shrek and his loving wife, Princess Fiona. There's also a huge possibility that you'd bump into the crew of Sesame Street. 


Universal Studios Singapore

5. Sentosa Island

Resorts World Sentosa is a highly-visited tourist spot in Singapore. It has beaches and theme parks that the entire family will enjoy. There are several attractions within the area that will fill your whole day with adventures.

It's a tropical paradise that will make you want to stay for a week or two. That's because a day trip won't be enough to experience all the exciting things you can do on Sentosa Island.

Sentosa Island

6. Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo isn't only made for you to watch and appreciate animals and wildlife. This particular zoo also has special shows and guided tours. It's one of the world's best rainforest zoos right in the middle of the busy city.

If you want a full experience, try visiting both day and night. The night tour is a different adventure from the usual day tour. The subdued lighting and the ambiance will make it more exciting for tourists, especially for first-timers like you.


Singapore Zoo

7. Marina Bay Sands Skypark

Singapore is a small country. So if you want to see the entire city, go up the Marina Bay Sands Skypark and get a great view of this incredible tourist destination. 

If you're feeling luxurious, you can dine at one of the restaurants on the top floor and enjoy a gastronomical experience on top of Singapore. 

Marina Bay Sands Skypark

8. Helix Bridge and Marina Bay

Singapore's architectural landscapes are unparalleled. Just by looking at the famous Marina Bay, you will be convinced that this country has one of the most impressive buildings and structures on the entire planet.

Add the Helix Bridge to that list of best places to visit in Singapore with a family to complete the whole architecture appreciation tour. Besides, it's a great spot for photo opportunities, especially during the night when the Marina Bay is all lit up.

Helix Bridge and Marina Bay

9. Fountain of Wealth

The Fountain of Wealth is the largest fountain globally, and the Guinness Book of World Record recognizes it. That alone is the reason for you to visit this iconic tourist spot.

It's a sight to behold, especially at night when the lights are turned on, and it starts to play with the water reflection. It's impressive, and honestly, you wouldn't mind spending 10 minutes of your time to watch the water burst from the structure.

Fountain of Wealth

10. Singapore Flyer

If London has its London Eye, Singapore has the Singapore Flyer. This is where you can be treated with a 360-degree view of the iconic landmarks around the city. It's an experience worth lining up for. A bird's eye view of Singapore will take your breath away, that's a promise.

Singapore Flyer

11. Chinatown

When you feel you've had enough of the lights and the extravagance, take a little trip to Chinatown to experience a different side of Singapore. It's one of the best tourist spots in the city because this area is where you'll find the most amazing stalls and hawker joints for your food journey.

The smell will lead you on, so you better prepare your stomach for a wild gastronomic trip when you visit Chinatown.

Chinatown

12. Little India

There's also an area called Little India, where you can find exciting street art and Indian cuisine. Because Singapore is home to many ethnic roots, you shouldn't be surprised to see different races walking along the streets. 

It's a slightly different vibe when you visit Little India as it has a more lively and energetic culture that will put your spirits up.

Little India

Singapore is a highly-admired country. It's organized, very well-maintained, and the tourist landmarks are beautiful. But as a reminder, this country tends to be extremely warm because of its location. So arm yourself with sunscreen, umbrellas, and water bottles to keep you hydrated throughout the trip. If you also know some best tourist places in Singapore to visit with family during Christmas, Chinese new year, or any other important eve, mention in the comments below. 

Author Bio (Guest Author) 

Geraldine Mills is a consultant for a brand based in Australia. When she is not working, you'll find her traveling and writing. 

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