22 Apr 2022 - 4 min read
Ever wonder what to do in the Lion City? You can indulge and shop at all the best shopping malls or you can discover different ethnic quarters and get a glimpse of their cultures.
Check out this list of Singapore tourist spots that you can include in your itinerary!
Flying is not only easy but is the best way to get to Singapore from the Philippines.
The flying trip from Manila to Singapore is around two hours or so. Do bear in mind the weather condition can influence the travel time as well.
Some of the requirements you need to take into consideration before you travel are:
Once you arrived in Singapore, you must take note of some things:
If you are clear from COVID-19, you are free to explore the beauty of Singapore!
Aside from their luxury hotel and iconic infinity pool, Marina Bay Sands is also known for their high end shopping center filled with all the top brands and their observation deck where you can get a glimpse of the Singapore skyline.
Marina Bay Sands also hosts the famous Art Science Museum.
Aligned with the new normal in order to main the spread of the pandemic, Marina Bay Sands implements special safety measures:
An iconic Singapore landmark, Gardens by the Bay is a park with a great mix of nature and futuristic architecture reminiscent of the Avatar movie.
It’s a popular spot among families and kids can play around in specific playground spots scattered around the park.
Gardens by the Bay also informed of several requirements guests have to abide by before entering their establishments, this includes (but is not limited to):
(photo via Shutterstock, @Tang Yan Song)
It’s impossible to imagine Singapore without thinking of the classic Merlion Statue. Located at the waterfront park, this public space is always bustling with tourists and residents alike.
You can take awesome photos with friends or family and learn more about Singapore’s symbolic statue.
Little India and Arab Street are ethnic communities in the midst of Singapore’s sprawling city.
With a mix of Peranakan buildings, mosques, and Hindu temples, this area is home to most of Singapore’s Indians and Muslims.
You’ll find streets that are lined with spice stalls, fruits and vegetables, jewelry, rugs, antiques, and many more.
If you’re looking to escape the Singapore heat, Sentosa might be the destination for you.
The island is divided into three artificial beaches, namely; Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach, and Tanjong Beach.
There are fun outdoor activities for families to enjoy. You can also hang out at popular beach bars and cafes.
Sentosa has issued regulations for all visitors to uphold social distancing rules and limit their group sizes to 5 people in a group.
Other than that, they use a controlled entry and exit route when visiting Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso beaches.
So, be vigilant to these requirements during your visit so that you remain COVID-free when it’s time to come home.
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