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Out & About in Singapore

Out & About

Singapore might be a small island, but there is always a lot going on. It doesn't matter if you're young or old, a night owl or an early bird, there is something for you to do. Relax on the beach at Sentosa Island or have a family picnic at East Coast Park. The museums are full of history, the nightlife is booming and the tourist spots are always fun and busy. If you're living in Singapore or if you're just here for a fleeting visit take advantage of all that this gorgeous island has to offer.

  • 8 Perfect Spots to Catch the Sunset in Singapore

    If you’re chasing sunsets in Singapore, we’ve got some stunning suggestions for you, whether you feel like splurging or not spend at all!

  • 10 Incredible Transformation Photos of Singapore

    Singapore has developed and advanced immensely over the years. Here are some before and after photos that prove just how much!

  • 5 Unique Venues for Private Events in Singapore

    Singapore has some of the best venues for events, so here are some out-of-the-box ideas for locations you can host a private party.

  • Weekend Trips from Singapore

    Singapore is surrounded and at times a weekend destination is difficult to choose from. Here are some of the easily accessible and budget friendly weekend destinations around Singapore.

  • Celebrate with Singapore on Its 50th

    On 7th to 10th of August, Singapore will celebrate its 50 years of independence, a milestone that will be celebrated over the Jubilee Weekend. The President announced a special holiday for the 7th of August (Friday). This extended weekend will be enjoyed by the country’s residents to commemorate the milestone of the nation’s history. Calling it SG50, there will be celebrations in different locations.

  • Singapore Botanic Gardens, UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Singapore Botanic Gardens was named as a UNESCO World Heritage site earlier this month, just in time for the island to celebrate its Jubilee Independence Day.

  • Eat Like a Local

    Newton Food Centre, also known as Newton Circus for locals, is always packed with both residents and tourists alike. If you are the type of tourist who likes to immerse herself in local culture, this is a nice place to people watch as you enjoy a lovely spread of Singaporean favorites.

  • Gardens by the Bay

    Time flies when you're in the gardens because there is so much to see and do there. See the spectacular Super Trees and walk on the walkway bridge, but beware if you are afraid of heights, the bridge is suspended. You can also see the two domes, The Flower Dome & The Cloud Forest Dome. Have a spot of lunch and revel in the beauty of it all, we managed to spend a whole five hours there alone. Definitely a great day out.

  • Top 10 Indie Cafes to Try in Singapore

    Independent Cafes are the thing these days not just in Singapore but all over the world. Caffeine lovers and foodies get to enjoy brewed artisan coffee and different kinds of drinks. With a wide range of menu items from their restaurant, there are also delicious favorites like waffles, ice cream, pasta and other bistro favorites.

  • Golf Clubs

    More business is done on the greens of the golf course then in a plush office, hence we have a big list of golf clubs in Singapore. Did we mention that the sport is also relaxing and fun and a great way to get some exercise while spending time outdoors.

  • Art Galleries

    Singapore has a lot of history and art. All of this is housed in some spectacular art galleries and we have a big list, so next time you are looking for something to do we have a list right here.

  • From the Eyes of a Tourist

    Gail spent a week exploring Singapore's attractions and gives us a brief insight into each of the attractions. This is the best way to see what the country really has to offer as you are seeing it from another person's perspective. So come and explore Merlion Park, Singapore Zoo, the Botanical Gardens and Clarke Quay with us.

  • Expat Clubs and Association

    Are you new to Singapore or are you just looking for a fun activity or to make friends?? We have all the information for you regarding clubs and associations that you can join to make your stay in Singapore fun, friendly and enjoyable.

  • Beaches and Parks

    Singapore is an Island, and a tropical island at that so beaches and parks are plentiful. So whether it is a picnic in the park or a party at a beach club that you're after, we have all the information for you.

  • China Town

    The majority of Singaporeans are of Chinese descent, so Chinatown is one of the most popular and cultural areas in the city. Here you can find yummy street food, great gadgets and trinkets and an array of alternative doctors and pharmacies. It is one of the most bustling areas in Singapore adorned with gorgeous red lanterns and beautifully dressed people.

  • Little India

    Many Singaporeans are of Indian and Tamil descent and little India shows you a little bit of their culture. This is the place to go if you're after exotic fabrics or pungent spices this is the place to find these things. Also try the street food, simply relish!

  • Sentosa Island

    This Island is just beaches, restaurants and night clubs and the adventure begins just getting to the island. Take a taxi if you're in a rush, but if you've got the time take the to take the cable car, it's an exciting experience.

  • Singapore Zoo

    This is one of the best zoos in the world. Take time to have breakfast with the orang-utan's who swing into the breakfast area as they are allowed to roam the vast expanse of the zoo, or feed the giraffes from a raised platform. The animals are treated well and are well fed too, the elephants even get to do art. We have all the information about this great zoo right here.

  • Shopping Malls

    Shopping is a big part of Singapore culture and there are a multitude of shopping centres scattered across the island. They sell everything from designer gear to electronics and Singapore is one of the leading electronics retailers which sees thousands of customers each day.

  • Museums

    When you move to a new place it's always fun to find out about the history and culture of the people and the country itself, which is why we have listed the most popular museums in Singapore and their opening times, contact details and locations.

  • Markets

    The markets of Singapore are a must see. The street food is always delicious and different and there are always trinkets and interesting things to buy and barter for. We also have a list of some of the flea markets that open regularly on the island.

 
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