12 things you have to do in Singapore: don’t miss these experiences
Home to some of the world’s most innovative green spaces, hippest bars, superb museums and next-level hawker food, today’s Singapore is anything but dull.
A futuristic skyline looms over a famously clean, increasingly green city-state rich in history and culture that oozes from Singapore’s bursting food courts, incense-scented temples, and heritage shophouse-lined streets. And thanks to a slick public transport system, getting around the city is a breeze too. Here are the best things to do during your visit.
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1. Tour Singapore’s iconic gardens
There are some wonderful parks and gardens to explore in Singapore. At the very least, you’ll want to put the two most iconic on your itinerary. Established in 1860, the 82-hectare Singapore Botanic Gardens is a Unesco-listed tropical wonderland brimming with lush themed gardens including a ginger garden showcasing more than 550 species. Don’t miss the incredible National Orchid Garden within the complex, and the Gallop Extension that includes an excellent botanical art gallery.
Across town in Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay is an even larger fantasy land of misty biodomes, high-tech Supertrees and whimsical sculptures. The Supertrees burst into light for the Garden Rhapsody show twice each evening
Planning Tip: For panoramic views over the Bay area, buy a ticket for the observatory at the top of the tallest Supertree.
Taste incredible dishes at one of Singapore’s hawker centers © 2p2play / Shutterstock
2. Eat at Singapore’s hawker centers
Hungry? You’ll want to be when you arrive in this Southeast Asian culinary hub. While there are many fine restaurants…
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